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Finding the Best (Healthiest) Chocolate for Your Valentine Unless your valentine is in the 10% minority of chocolate refusers, shopping for chocolate is in your February future. If you're an ingredient reader, you're going to run into lecithin. Lots of lecithin. Especially soy and sunflower lecithin. Many folks are wary of ingredients like lecithin. This article will discuss what it is, why its added, and what you need to know to find the best tasting and healthiest chocolate for the money. We'll cover Is Dark Chocolate Healthier than Milk Chocolate? What Makes Expensive Chocolate Better than Cheap? Should I avoid…
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Page Content: What is Lecithin and why is it in so many foods? Is soy lecithin bad (high PUFA)? What about Sunflower? Everything that applies to SOY lecithin also applies to SUNFLOWER lecithin How much soy lecithin is there in chocolate, ice cream and other products? Should I avoid chocolate or other foods that contain soy lecithin? What about other problems with soy like GMOs and phytoestrogens? If you've been reading labels lately, you might have noticed soy lecithin showing up on the ingredients list. If you haven't, take a look the next time you buy prepared foods like chocolate,…
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Tiger Woods recently had a single car accident--a nasty one. Reports say he was out for as long as six minutes when his wife found him. When a doctor hears that a patient has suffered a brain injury severe enough to alter consciousness, they get concerned. Loosing consciousness altogether suggests a significant insult to the brain. With an injury like that, I would tell a patient to expect between six weeks and six months of after effects, including headaches, irritability, and concentration deficits. This can be frightening and frustrating for both patient and the people they live and work with.…