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You say Toe-Mae-Toe, I say Toe-Mah-toe by Amy R. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 10:04am Our tomatoes are literally falling off the vine! We can’t keep up, can’t eat them or jar them fast enough. While my husband and I like to eat them raw, and my sister-in-law sprinkles salt on them and eats them like an apple….there are only a few ways my kids will eat tomatoes. As spaghetti sauce As tomato soup (for dipping their grill ... Read on »
going toe-to-toe with Stephen by Joan H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 09 Sep 2005 12:00am I'm not exactly sure why but last night, in a fit of mild insanity, I challenged the VodkaPundit on his sorta-hysterical rumination on what will happen if the US bans embryonic stem cell research. The fun continues in the comment thread this morning. Summing up my opinions on the matter: there are so many sources of stem cells ... Read on »
Diet Debate: 3 Top Plans Go Toe to Toe by Mark 7 Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 11:01pm Ding-Ding. Round 546 about to begin. Once again another article on which diet is better. The funny thing is that all the participants, regardless of the diet they were on, only lost an average of a few pounds - and that was over two years. All of the participants on this study should do two things. Journal there caloric intake. Exerc ... Read on »
Toes In & Toes Out - What's That All About? by Lance B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 29 Nov 2008 12:26pm How often do you look at your feet? Maybe once when you put on your shoes, once when you take off your shoes, and once again when you had that near-hit with the doggie doo? Now I want you to add one more look while you are exercising - specifically when you are doing squats or leg presses. Have you ever looked to see what positio ... Read on »
Spread ‘Em: ToeSox Five Toe Sandals by Fit Bottomed Girls Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Sep 2011 6:00am Flip-flop weather may be coming to an end with the cooler temps, but if you’re not quite ready to give up your toes-in-the-free-air freedom (like me !), let me introduce you to a unique and healthy type of flop, the ToeSox Five Toe Sandals . These sandals are pretty plain looking. Nothing to write home about look-wise, they do come in a f ... Read on »
Toe Sox Five Toe Sandals Review by Tara B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Oct 2011 12:06pm I received a pair of Five Toe Sandals from Toe Sox . Thank you Sara! First some Product info about the Five Toe Sandals Zen for mistreated feet and toes Four posts support anatomical design of the foot to naturally align toes and bones in feet Increases foot strength and blood circulation Proper bone alignment helps to corre ... Read on »
A Fantastic Feet Toe Stretch to Help Reduce Toe Pain and Foot Pain by Aliesa George Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Jan 2012 2:26pm How flexible is your Foot?  Do your toes bend easily in each direction?  Can you stand or kneel and tuck your toes way under to be securely balanced on the balls of your feet?  How far do your toes bend the other direction to point, like a ballerina in a toe shoe?  Do you run or walk and have stiff ankles and tight muscles in your feet & toes? ... Read on »
Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes, Knees and Toes by Glenna M. Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 3:48pm Little knee update: the surgeon buried a needle full of cortisone up to the hub in each of my knees on Tuesday and by that night, aside from shaking and sweating, I was starting to feel better. Wednesday night was awesome. I felt like my old self again and several people at work made comments about it being the first night in months that ... Read on »
You Say Po-Tay-Toe, and I say Po-Tah-Toe by Emily Posted Mon 15 Feb 2010 12:00am On the menu for dinner was another  recipe – Tempeh Hashbrown Casserole. The husband was less than intrigued by the idea so I only made a half batch. Once he saw how good it looked though he did concede to a bite….and loved it! Here was my serving (that’s a side plate), with a bowl of ketchup for fork-dipp ... Read on »
Po-tate-toe. Po-tot-toe. by Lindsey M. Posted Tue 08 Feb 2011 3:05pm Baked. Mashed. Roasted. Fried. Anyway you make them, I’ll eat them. Typically, white potatoes have a bad rep for their starchy, white carbs. But believe it or not, there’s actually healthier ways to eat them than out of a red cardboard container with a big yellow “M” on it. Take away all that greasy fat and these babies are actually a ... Read on »