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    Eating fiber-rich low glycemic load foods leads to fewer food cravings and less hunger than the same calories of higher glycemic foods (http://1.usa.gov/VT8U0B). Beans can even extend this into the “Second Meal Effect”:

    18 hours ago

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    Kelly Morrisoni love how you give us good info with humor :)9 hours ago

    Narelle LeedsWarren15 hours ago

    Jenny CameronIt's rather annoying that they combine low GI with higher fibre in this study and thus conclude it's the low GI that is so beneficial, rather than the fibre per se. Here in Australia the emphasis on low GI is used as an excuse to eat more animal based foods and avoid starches.16 hours ago

    Carol DavisonI strive for a cup daily.16 hours ago

    Amrit GillMandeesh Kaur Gill31 minutes ago

    Jeremy QuinnWesley Stewart15 hours ago

    Tea consumption is associated with lower risk of diabetes (http://1.usa.gov/WmGSYD). Tea might also protect against DNA damage:

    20 hours ago

    The ability of green versus white tea to protect against in vitro DNA damage caused by a cooked chicken carcinogen (heterocyclic amine).

    Christopher Consciousness TorresMy favorite is hibiscus. ;)18 hours ago

    Julie BrownWho drinks white tea?? Compare green tea to black tea - which is what most people drink. Also, does a person drinking a lot of black tea (like 6 cups a day) get the same benefits as a person drinking a small cup of green tea a day ? Is it just that green tea has it in larger quantities ...or is it that ONLY green tea has it ?18 hours ago

    Pam DickeyOolong tea has anti cancer benefits 10 hours ago

    Anna ClarkNever heard of white tea!!!16 hours ago

    Javier GomezIs this the mircale tree19 hours ago

    Hassan HamzaTea as a plant contains gigh amount of fluoride and manganese.17 hours ago

    Travis J SilberstorfGreen, hibiscus, and black.17 hours ago