1. Fluffy Coconut Flour Pancakes

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    These little babies are deeeeelicious. I love pancakes. www.LilliansTestKitchen.com

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    • Agave Lemonade - Live Without Type 1

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      Fresh lemonade sweetened with low-glycemic agave nectar. "Live Without Type 1" promotes using food therapy to successfully treat diabetes, and healthy chef Julie Morris contributes a recipe that everyone can enjoy. http://livingwithouttype1.blogspot.com/ & http://juliemorris.net

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      • Paleo Moussaka

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        Nutritionist stella metsovas makes paleo moussaka Greek style using low glycemic vegetables

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        • Velvet Ginger Lemonade

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          Homemade lemonade with a KICK! And I use my vitamix for the first time ever. See more at http://www.LilliansTestKitchen.com Like me on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/RSrrcs Follow me on Twitter!: http://bit.ly/Pbbts5

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          • Low Glycemic High Potassium Foods

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            http://facebook.com/coachlana Recently someone asked me what are some low glycemic, high potassium foods. So, I decided to do a little research. Why do we need potassium? Potassium is a mineral found inside body cells. It is one of several minerals known as electrolytes. These minerals (potassium, sodium, and chloride) are found in the fluids inside and outside of body cells. We need about 4700 mg of potassium per day. Potassium is important because it helps: -regulate fluid and electrolyte balance -maintain normal blood pressure -transmit nerve impulses -control muscle contraction, including the heart -maintain healthy bones. A food's glycemic index rates the speed at which your body metabolizes carbohydrates and the food's ability to increase blood sugar. All foods are rated from 0 to 100, 100 being pure glucose. 55 and below are considered low. Avoiding foods that create too much of an insulin reaction in your body is the key to controlling diabetes. Unfortunately, many foods that are rich in potassium also rate high on the glycemic index. Here are some foods that are lower on the glycemic index but pack a potassium punch. Sun-dried tomatoes at 3400 mg are an excellent source of potassium. So are baked sweet potatoes with skin at 508 mg, which are on the lower end of the glycemic index. Beet greens have 655 mg in a half cup, celery 300 mg, 1/2 cup of carrots 177 mg, 1 radish 47 mg, 1 cup of tomato 400 mg, 1 cup of Swiss chard 960 mg, 1/2 cup squash 300 mg, and 1/2 cup spinach 300 mg are other good sources. 100 g white beans 561 mg or 1 cup cooked soy beans 972 mg, nuts 100-200 mg, 1 cup of sunflower seeds has 1300 mg. Imagine if you combined some of the ingredients above in a stew, soup or shake. It would be a yummy potassium super blend. Please LIKE my page at http://facebook.com/coachlana where I post videos and fit tips like this one. Thanks.

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            • Before and After Version 2 4.23.13

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              Mend-A-Body Solutions is a healthy way to live and maintain a healthy waistline. Here is living proof of some recent client wins! Contact us on www.mendabody.net or find us on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/MendABodySol... You can find program details such as costs, etc by visiting here: http://svy.mk/10WvAh9

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              • Yacon - Peru - Essential Living Foods Source Verified

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                Follow Essential Living Foods CEO Kipp Stroden on a trip to a 100% organic Yacon farm in Peru and then to the cutting-edge processing facility where this sweet-potato-like root is turned into a low-glycemic and probiotic sweetener.

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                • hhb: Like Reese's... Just Better!

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                  Low Glycemic + Gluten, Soy, Dairy Free.

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                  • Alternative Medicine, Holistic Medicine, Bio-Identical Hormones - Dr. Jerome Block MD

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                    http://www.docblock.com, There is little question that hormonal replacement benefits definitely outweigh the risks of other diseases, particularly when bio-identical hormones are used. These are exactly like the hormones made in the ovaries. The human body knows no difference from these and what is produced genetically. The bio-identicals are derived initially from plant sources and crafted to be the same composition that is naturally produced by your body. Thyroid, adrenal, and sex hormones are available also bio-identically. Unfortunately, too many women in our country are not taking hormones because of the false concern that they may cause cancer. Medical doctors were hoodwinked by the media in 2006 to believe that taking hormones is risky. Three reports that show a minimal increase of breast and uterine cancer contradict the previous forty years of benignity in over 1,000 studies. Today, a woman who is age fifty and in good health could very well spend half her lifetime in a postmenopausal hormone imbalance and hence, the subject to increase of morbid problems. Female hormones are the only hormone abnormality in all of medicine that are not routinely replaced. If the patient has a low thyroid level, doctors prescribe thyroid. If she has low parathyroid output, doctors give her parathormone (Forteo). No physician would dare withhold insulin from a diabetic, but most physicians are not giving female hormones to those who need it most. Recent statistics show that less than 20 percent of postmenopausal women receive hormonal replacement and that most of them begged their physicians to prescribe them. Dr. Jerome Block, MD, PhD, FACP has an Integrative and Internal Medicine Practice in Tulsa, OK that breaks the medical mold. Medical doctors have really been letting patients down and Dr. Block has found a way to integrate all the best from traditional medicine and all the best from alternative medicine to treat people as a whole to restore their bodies to health. Listen to his radio show every Sunday morning on talk radio 1170am. Also, buy his book "Discover The Doctor Within" on Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/Discover-Doctor-Within-Second-Opinion/dp/1427652619/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1321552160&sr=8-1 Call for an appointment today at 918-591-3891. To view this video on Dr. Block's Youtube channel, please click here: http://youtu.be/kK2rLFvygrE

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                    • Ladies, Let us Help You Lose up to 25 lbs in 12 weeks and slip into your Skinny Jeans!

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                      Finally a healthy weight loss lifestyle system that teaches you the right foods and exercises to do to get healthy, lose the weight and says "Hello Gorgeous. You look Good in your Skinny jeans!" Let our team of weight loss coaches and doctors help you feel younger, look sexier, and adopt a lifestyle that will lead you to the path of optimal health and beauty.

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