There are many conflicting reports about whether distilled water is good for humans, as it depends on the source of the water and how often a person drinks it. Distilled water is generally considered entirely safe to dri... More »

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Distilled water may have chlorine in it if special steps are not taken to remove it. Distillation involves boiling water and condensing the steam into a clean container. If done correctly, the water should be cleaner, bu... More »

Spring water is water that has overflowed from an underground water source. Distilled water has minerals and impurities mechanically removed from it before it's used. More »

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Apple cider vinegar is purported to hinder the body's absorption of starches, reports WebMD, but the issue is controversial in the medical community. While Dr. Carol Johnston believes apple cider vinegar has clear anti-g... More »

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Foods that help lower a person's prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, levels include low-fat foods, vegetables, cooked tomatoes and tomato-based foods, reports HowStuffWorks. Pomegranate juice also helps combat prostate ca... More »

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On the surface, honey is no better for a diabetic person than sugar, according to Mayo Clinic. Both impact the blood sugar level, but a study reported by Authority Nutrition indicated diabetics experienced reduced body w... More »

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Cornflakes are not a great food for diabetics, but no single type of diet plan works for every person with diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. Cornflakes are a food with a high glycemic index, there... More »

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