miércoles, 28 de noviembre de 2018

Heavy cream substitutes: 8 alternatives and how to use them

Heavy cream substitutes: 8 alternatives and how to use them

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Nutrition / Diet
What are the best substitutes for heavy cream?
People use heavy cream to add thickness and creaminess to dishes or to create whipped cream for desserts. Here, we look at the best substitutes for heavy cream, including dairy, vegan, healthful, and savory options.
Can probiotics cause side effects?
Taking probiotics can help restore the natural balance of bacteria in the gut and may help treat a number of health issues. Some people experience side effects from probiotics, though they are generally safe. Learn more here.
What are the health benefits of hazelnuts?
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Type 2 diabetes: How do fructose-sweetened drinks affect risk?
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Does bromelain have any health benefits?
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Men who eat lots of fruits and vegetables have less memory loss
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Is peanut butter good for you?
Peanut butter is high in protein and essential minerals, though it also contains saturated fats and is high in calories. In moderation, peanut butter can provide many health benefits and help people lose weight. Learn more here.
Brain health: Low-protein, high-carb diet just as good as low-calorie diet
According to new research, the benefits to brain health achieved by severe calorie restriction can be matched by eating a low-protein, high-carb diet.
Obesity: Researchers identify 4 subtypes
A new study identifies four subtypes of obesity, and the authors warn that experts must focus on individuals if they are to find effective treatments.

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