Fruit, is it healthy or just another type of sugar you should avoid?

Fruit, is it healthy or just another type of sugar you should avoid?

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  1. Maggie Sczekan

    I’ve heard it’s better to avoid eating fruit after 2 PM. Do you agree with that?

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  2. Brydie Bray-Connors

    With the prevalence of low carb and zero carb diets, it’s so nice to hear some solid info like this. Extremes are never good!

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  3. Elissa Eckenswiller

    What brand of coconut yogurt do you like? Sorry for the late question! My phone died while I was typing it.

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  4. Maggie Sczekan

    I’m not sure my questions went through. The first is I’ve heard it’s best not to eat fruit after 2 PM. Do you agree? And I also struggle with finding the right level of sodium. I’m vegan/gf and I feel like I am very sensitive to it!

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  5. Elissa Eckenswiller

    As long as the quality of salt is good and avoiding processed foods
    you shouldn’t experience any issues with sodium 🙂

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  6. Maggie Sczekan

    I avoid the meat substitutes, but do buy crackers and hummus, etc.

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  7. Maggie Sczekan

    I don’t eat processed vegan meat, my comment was a response to the Himalayan sea salt :).

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  8. Maggie Sczekan

    Thank you for sharing your info and answering my questions!

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  9. Ciara Foy

    I should have mentioned, I’m talking about WHOLE fruit. If you drink juice or blend a lot of fruit in a smoothie, without balancing it with fat and protein…..that’s really concentrating the sugars and not something I recommend. Always eat your whole fruit and drink water 🙂

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  10. Maja Højgaard

    So a couple of almonds with a banana is good?

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  11. Breanna Allen

    When you say healthy fat what do you mean?

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