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Curb Your Appetite

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English: Illustration of the changes in blood ...

English: Illustration of the changes in blood glucose over time following a high and low GI carbohydrate. Designed and made Public Domain by Scott Dickinson (user: Studio34), Sydney, Australia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here’s some good advice on how to keep from getting hungry throughout the day with the subsequent overeating that may follow.  Ironically, some of our breakfast staples are loaded with carbs and without adequate protein may add to later day hunger.

CLICK HERE.

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