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Foods for optimal nutrient absorption to help with managing symptoms of ADHD.
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Going gluten-free means you don’t have to skip holiday treats with these substitutions.
For Nancy Sales Kaneshiro, having bariatric surgery helped get her Type 2 diabetes under control and led to her developing healthier eating and exercise habits.
Instead of breaking your back (or hands) this holiday, focus on what’s most important — family time.
The foods to eat, and the foods to avoid.