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Sugar facts and tips Over the past several decades, the amount of sugar Americans consume has been steadily increasing. Today, the average person consumes nearly 152 pounds of sugar in one year, up from 123 pounds per year in 1970. In fact, sugar is the most popular ingredient added to processed foods in our nation.

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Caffeine: the good versus bad If you need that morning cup (or two) of coffee to get your day started, you are not alone. Eighty percent of adults in the U.S. consume caffeine every day, and the average consumption is around 200 milligrams a day.

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Managing diabetes 101: testing your blood glucose If you are newly diagnosed with diabetes, your doctor may ask you to monitor your blood glucose (your blood sugar) to ensure that it is under control. Monitoring your blood glucose is always important if you do the following.

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Hot Fudge Pudding Cake
Serve this dense, fudgy pudding cake with vanilla frozen yogurt.

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Get the facts about Magnesium Magnesium is required for energy production in your body, bone development and proper nervous system functions. 

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What’s Important in Medicare 2014 Stay Healthy with Medicare-covered Preventive Services
Medicare pays for many preventive services that can detect health problems early when they’re easier to treat.

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