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I always figured peaches were a super sugary fruit as they are so darn good. But it is not so. Peaches:
- are often less than 100 calories, making them a guilt-free snack.
- have a low glycemic load, meaning this fruit has only a subtle impact on your blood sugar.
- contain small amounts of beta-cryptoxanthin which has anti-cancer and anti-aging properties.
When given peaches, make peach cobbler. Here's my Famous Guiltless Cobbler recipe.
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