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  1. Magnificent Magnesium – What Would the Body Do Without It?

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    November 19, 2014 by Johanna Burani

    Magnesium is the 8th most abundant element in the earth’s crust, accounting for 13% of our planet’s mass. It’s been used in aerospace construction since wpid2046-Fish.jpgWorld War I, is present in today’s cars, beverage cans, golf clubs, fishing reels and even firework sparklers. Who knew?

    Magnesium is also found in the human body. It helps all living cells communicate with each other enhancing nerve cell function, assisting in the conversion of glucose into cell energy and promoting glucose storage in the liver and muscles if it’s not needed right away. It participates in the biochemical reactions of more than 300 enzymes involved in ceaseless metabolic activities, including insulin secretion and cellular insulin sensitivity. Who knew? keep reading »


  2. Low GI Recipe: Apricot Apple Granola with Pinoli Nuts

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    August 1, 2012 by Johanna Burani

    Low GI Recipe: Apricot & Apple Granola with Pinoli Nuts

    In the northeastern corner of Italy, where I have my home, the Continental breakfast has been pushed aside for heartier, more substantial morning sustenance. For a long time, many people in this region have been eating muesli, a mixture of either raw or toasted cereals, nuts and dried fruits.

     

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Gushers vs Tricklers


"Gushers" are quickly-digested carbohydrates that cause a rapid rise in blood glucose and fuel appetite.

"Tricklers" are slowly-digested carbohydrates that are gradually released into the bloodstream and sustain satiety. These are the good carbs.


Johanna Burani
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Nutrition Works LLC
Morristown, NJ, USA

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