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Beer Drinking - How Healthy

Beer Drinking – How Healthy

Intro: Beer Drinking – How Healthy Drinking beer can be incredibly beneficial… but moderation is key! Beer is one of the oldest beverages in the world. Beer recipes can be found in Egyptian tombs, Mesopotamian archeological sites and Babylonian texts. Today, beer is found in grocery stores and breweries around the world. People are even …

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Chocolate Mug Cake

Chocolate Mug Cake | Easy and Nutritious Recipes

Intro This snack is super quick to prepare, it is tasty and it is a fantastic recovery snack or meal. You can prepare this snack any time of the day. If you have been though an intense workout try the chocolate mug cake as a recovery meal. You can accompany it with a glass of …

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Pumpkin, Sweet Potatoes and Cabbage Soup - Easy Recipe, Nutrients and Health Benefits

Pumpkin, Sweet Potatoes and Cabbage Soup – Easy Recipe, Nutrients and Health Benefits

Intro Whether you are bulking up or losing weight this recipe is easy to prepare, tasty and nutritious. This is one of my faves. I like it so much I prepare this soup at least once a month (for the entire week). Try it! Recipe Nutrition Pumpkin Pumpkin is an incredibly nutritious food. It’s nutrient …

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The Many Health Benefits of Basmati Rice

The Many Health Benefits of Basmati Rice

Basmati rice, the “queen of perfumed rice” is super tasty, nutritious and a staple of athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Having Basmati rice regularly has many health benefits including reducing the risk of cancer and heart disease. White rice and particularly white basmati rice provides athletes and fitness enthusiasts energy for intense workout sessions and the ability …

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Health Benefits of Eggs

Health Benefits of Eggs

1/12 They Offer Complete Protein One egg has 6 grams of the stuff, with all nine “essential” amino acids, the building blocks of protein. That’s important because those are the ones your body can’t make by itself. The egg white holds about half that protein and only a small portion of the fat and cholesterol.  …

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