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  • Spicy Chickpeas with Cayenne

    I’m growing a fondness for cooking with chickpeas (garbonzo beans) especially considering its very high n protein and fiber. This recipe is mostly a pantry dish that is very quick to put together. Found this one on the NY times web site. I tend to serve it as a side dish with pork tenderloin or pan-seared scallops. Ingredients 1 tablespoon

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  • Is Coffee Bad for You?

    Many of my patients with heart disease, diabetes, or high blood pressure have been warned at various times in their lives to avoid caffeinated coffee.  They’ve been told that drinking caffeinated coffee could make these medical conditions worse.  They’ve even been told that it might cause cancer.  Well’ I’m here to clear up the coffee confusion. A recent review in

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  • Is Your Salmon on Drugs?

    In 2007, Chile, then the largest supplier of farmed salmon to the U.S. by a long shot, used more than 385,000 kilograms of antibiotics in its salmon farms. Norway, which produced more than twice as much farmed salmon as Chile, used a fraction of that amount, only 649 kilograms.  Looked at another way, Chile used nearly 600 times more antibiotics

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  • Are You Getting Too Much Added Sugar?

    In a recent statement published online in the journal Circulation, the American Heart Association (AHA) states that “excessive consumption of sugars has been linked with several metabolic abnormalities and adverse health conditions, as well as shortfalls of essential nutrients.” How much added sugar does the AHA suggest? Maybe less than you get on a typical day. The AHA’s new guidelines

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  • Why Full-Fat Salad Dressing is Better For You

    Research performed by Melody Brown (see research article), demonstrates that after ingestion of the salads with fat-free salad dressing, the appearance of a variety of vitamins (carotene, ß-carotene, and lycopene) in the blood stream was very low.  Reduced-fat salad dressing resulted in a slight but small increase in vitamin levels. Full-fat salad dressing resulted in the highest measurable levels of

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  • Exercise Is A Poor Strategy for Weight Loss

    People think, if they just work out they can lose weight… but what you eat is much more important than how much you exercise when it comes to losing weight! Your net-caloric intake is everything; working out is secondary. Limit your daily calories and you will lose weight!  Stick to my lower carbohydrate reduction/higher protein intake guidelines and you’ll soon

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  • H1N1 Update

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    August 21, 2009 CDC is reporting 7,983 hospitalized cases and 522 deaths from H1N1 infection in 53 states and territories (including the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands). H1N1 (aka Swine Flu) is actively causing illness within the United States.  I see a patient every week or 2 who I think might be

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  • 1/3 of Common Cancers May Be Preventable

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    About a third of common adult cancers may be preventable in the U.S. — and that doesn’t even count cancers that could be prevented by not smoking. That’s according to a new report from the World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) and its sister organization, the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR). In the new report, the WCRF and AICR estimate

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  • Cauliflower “Mac” and Cheese Casserole

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    For many of us, Macaroni and Cheese is a classic comfort food but unfortunately packed with carbohydrates. This is a great side dish that is tasty and low-carbohydrate to boot! This is another recipe from low-carbohydrate cookbook called “Eating Stella Style” by George Stella. Ingredients: salt freshly ground black pepper 1/8 teaspoon of garlic powder olive oil 1 large head

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  • Cauliflower, Mac and Cheese Casserole

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    For many of us, Macaroni and Cheese is a classic comfort food but unfortunately packed with carbohydrates. This is a great side dish that is tasty and low-carbohydrate to boot! This is another recipe from low-carbohydrate cookbook called “Eating Stella Style” by George Stella. Ingredients: salt freshly ground black pepper 1/8 teaspoon of garlic powder olive oil 1 large head

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