Refined carbs lack nutrients and can wreak havoc on your blood sugar. Whole grains are best; have four small daily portions of whole-wheat bread, or try a pasta made from quinoa. And always eat grains with healthy fats and protein. Incorporate sprouted or fermented grains (hello, sourdough!) for easier digestion and better nutrient absorption. Or look for creative ways to swap out grains, such as using spaghetti squash in place of noodles.
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Take a glance at the sugar content of a packet of granola and you would be forgiven for thinking it doesn’t belong in the healthy breakfast bracket. However, in reality all this does is demonstrate the limits of such a narrow approach to nutrition. Look at granola’s nutritional profile as a whole and its value […]
Take advantage of the Rewards program BestStockFoto/Shutterstock Employees would happily tell you about this yet most customers still don’t use the program. “Many think Starbucks is expensive, but it’s actually NOT if you drink two cups a day and you join the Starbucks Rewards program, which gets you free refills, coffee marketer and aficionado Mathew […]