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Should post prandial angina be classified as unstable angina? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 25 May 2010 10:51am Stable angina is graded by Canadian cardiovascular society classification ( CCSC ) by 4 grades. Angina at rest  usually  denotes unstable angina. But,  patients with stable angina  may also experience rest angina according to CCSC ,  still this is   not considered as  unstable angina by many . Post prandial angina is one such  example. Few ... Read on »
Guest Post: Eating Bird Food by iheartvegetables Posted Fri 11 Oct 2013 6:45am Since I’m still trekking down the coast, I’ve enlisted some blogging help from one of my friends, who is a blogging inspiration!  Enjoy! Hi I Heart Vegetables readers! I’m Brittany the lady behind Eating Bird Food , a blog that features healthy and delicious recipes, workouts and and a glimpse into my daily life. I’m a full-time marketing m ... Read on »
HOW TO CURE SIBO, Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth: Step #1 Eat Fermented Foods (Guest Post by Tim/TATER) by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sun 10 Nov 2013 4:55pm Fermented seal flipper (called stink flipper) Guest Post: Tim (aka Tatertot) The first step in Dr. BG's 7 step protocol is "Fermented veggies made the ancient way with organic dirt-covered vegetables, ex. kraut, kvass, kim chee, kefir, etc. Read Sandor Katz." Fermented foods are a must for anyone serious about their gut health.  ... Read on »
Food, Love and Last Post by Marc V. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 09 Sep 2010 5:27am Let's address this in reverse order. Yes this is the last post...........it's the last post on blogger ;-) Next new post will be on http://www.feelgoodeating.com/ . I just have to set up the feeds and we should be good to go. My E-book is almost done and the new site is practically finished. There will be some tweaking over the next month, but m ... Read on »
…Guest Post: Why do YOU eat Fast Food?… by ms4composure Posted Sat 21 Apr 2012 9:00am Well, there have been many times that people stress the importance of limiting or STOP eating fast food. Being realistic it is hard to give it up 100%.  With a family, busy lifestyle, and not enough time….fast food is a great option for most people and families when meal time comes around. Take a pledge to limit your fast food intake.   ... Read on »
Bitters: Beverages with Moxie - Guest Post by Susan Belsinger by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 12:50pm 2 Comments Susan Belsinger, herbal author and kind reader of the Medicine Woman’s Roots has graciously contributed a guest post to my blog for this month’s blogparty. This interesting and informative article even includes a good many recipes for using bitters in tasty recipes. Bitters, Beverages with Moxie Arthur O. Tucker and Susan Belsinger ... Read on »
Bitters: Beverages with Moxie - Guest Post by Susan Belsinger by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 30 Jul 2008 6:14pm Susan Belsinger, herbal authorand kind reader of the Medicine Woman’s Roots has graciously contributed a guest post to my blog for this month’s blogparty. This interesting and informative article even includes a good many recipes for using bitters in tasty recipes. Bitters, Beverages with Moxie Arthur O. Tucker and Susan Belsinger Many ... Read on »
Bitters: Beverages with Moxie - Guest Post by Susan Belsinger by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 11:14pm Susan Belsinger, herbal author and kind reader of the Medicine Woman’s Roots has graciously contributed a guest post to my blog for this month’s blogparty. This interesting and informative article even includes a good many recipes for using bitters in tasty recipes. Bitters, Beverages with Moxie Arthur O. Tucker and Susa ... Read on »
Guest Post: The Food Evolution: Expanding Your Local Eating Habits by Kara L. Posted Sat 30 Jul 2011 7:00am As a Registered Dietitian and as a self-proclaimed food connoisseur, I know good food when I see it. Local food never lets me down so I try to choose local whenever possible. Local food tastes fresh, packs more nutrients, and is better for our environment, and our community. Today, James Kim will give us some suggestions on new ways to eat l ... Read on »
Foods men should eat everyday — guest post by Paul Taylor by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Thu 27 Dec 2012 4:26am I am going to share with you foods that men should be eating as part of their meal regimen on a daily basis. These foods have substantial benefits for men as you will see. I am also going to share with you some foods you may or may not have been eating in your regular diet but should consider adding because of their great health benefits. ... Read on »