Fruit is an essential part of a balanced diet. Its natural sweetness, vibrant colors, and plethora of nutrients make it a popular choice for those looking to maintain a healthy lifestyle. However, the world of fruit isn't as simple as it seems. Two terms that often raise questions are "fruit puree" and "fruit sugar." To make informed choices about what we eat, it's crucial to understand the distinctions between these terms and their implications for our health.
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If you’ve been looking to add more protein to your diet, you’ve probably come across a wide array of powders, smoothies, and bars. Most of these goods get their protein from either whey or plant-based ingredients. Whey has been a staple for bodybuilders and athletes for years, while plant proteins are new to the market as a vegan, dairy-free alternative.
But which one is right for you? Here we’ll look at both the benefits and disadvantages of each protein type so you know you’re making the right decision for your body and lifestyle.