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When you eat a meal your blood sugar levels increase, which is necessary because it’s your blood that must transfer the sugar to your cells for energy! However, if you have certain conditions like prediabetes or diabetes your blood sugar levels stay higher than normal after a meal. If you are predisposed to these conditions, it is important to carefully monitor your blood sugar levels. One key way to manage blood sugar is through diet, which is where the Low Glycemic Diet comes into play.

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Kelly Atyeo is a Professional Home Economist with a background in nutrition and nutrition communication. She is Vice President and co-owner of Creative Sampling Solutions Inc., a food marketing company that creates and executes retail programs and consumer shows related to Eating for Wellness. Kelly is also a health writer, nutrition communication consultant, and public speaker. Through her activities she strives to educate people on nutrition and health, while giving people the tools to make healthy foods a part of their lifestyle.

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One great place to start is in the kitchen – cooking and eating foods that are healthy and can help balance your mood.

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Kelly Atyeo Guest Author

Kelly Atyeo is a Professional Home Economist with a background in nutrition and nutrition communication. She is Vice President and co-owner of Creative Sampling Solutions Inc., a food marketing company that creates and executes retail programs and consumer shows related to Eating for Wellness. Kelly is also a health writer, nutrition communication consultant, and public speaker. Through her activities she strives to educate people on nutrition and health, while giving people the tools to make healthy foods a part of their lifestyle.

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Bring a little spring into your Easter menu with the wonderful flavour of asparagus! These bright green spears are much needed after the brutal winter we’ve endured and they’re full of vitamins and minerals like vitamins A, B6, C, E and K, Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium, just to name a few.

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The Mediterranean diet is rooted in ancient history and was brought to the nutrition world by an American scientist named Ancel Keys who identified the link between this diet and heart health.What he noticed was that the population from poor small towns in southern Italy were in fact healthier than the wealthy folk of New York as well as Italian immigrants.     

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Kelly Atyeo Guest Author

Kelly Atyeo is a Professional Home Economist with a background in nutrition and nutrition communication. She is Vice President and co-owner of Creative Sampling Solutions Inc., a food marketing company that creates and executes retail programs and consumer shows related to Eating for Wellness. Kelly is also a health writer, nutrition communication consultant, and public speaker. Through her activities she strives to educate people on nutrition and health, while giving people the tools to make healthy foods a part of their lifestyle.

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When you hear the word “diet”, what’s the first thing you think? Many people associate the word “diet” with changing or modifying their food intake for weight loss. Yet, technically speaking – every living human is following a diet. A diet is simply a pattern we habitually eat to nourish our bodies.

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Kelly Atyeo Guest Author

Kelly Atyeo is a Professional Home Economist with a background in nutrition and nutrition communication. She is Vice President and co-owner of Creative Sampling Solutions Inc., a food marketing company that creates and executes retail programs and consumer shows related to Eating for Wellness. Kelly is also a health writer, nutrition communication consultant, and public speaker. Through her activities she strives to educate people on nutrition and health, while giving people the tools to make healthy foods a part of their lifestyle.

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