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Es muy probable que hayas visto el “bigote de la leche” en algunos de tus estrellas favoritas, pero, ¿tienes el tuyo? Desafortunadamente solamente doce por ciento de niñas adolescentes realmente … read more

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dietary ironProtein

Protein is needed to build and repair your muscles, make hair and skin, fight against infections, and carry oxygen in your blood. Proteins are made up of about twenty different … read more

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girl eating appleMindful Eating

Mindful eating is eating with awareness, and involves paying attention to your body’s signals. This means allowing yourself to eat when you are hungry and knowing to stop when you … read more

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grainsGrains

Foods such as wheat, rice, oats, cornmeal, barley, or products made from these foods are considered grains. Grains are high in carbohydrates which provide energy to your brain and muscles. … read more

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apple, water, measuring tapeIs it ok to be a little overweight?

Being healthy isn’t just about how much you weigh. Being healthy is about doing things such as eating nutritious foods, exercising regularly, feeling good about yourself, managing stress, not watching … read more

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vitaminVitamin D

What is vitamin D? Vitamin D is a vitamin that helps your body absorb calcium. Calcium is a mineral that gives strength to your bones and teeth, and helps your … read more

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calciumMilk Allergy

Many people may think they are allergic to milk, but in reality, only 1-3% of infants are actually born with a milk allergy, and most outgrow it by the time … read more

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legumesLegumes

Foods such as beans and lentils are known as legumes. Legumes are good sources of protein and fiber, and are used in many different cuisines. In the US, you can … read more

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