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Chipotle Shrimp with Mango Wild Rice by Reshma Adwar, DPT, HHC Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Tue 10 Apr 2012 9:22pm It was my darling husband's 30th Birthday last week, and to celebrate, we had a whole weekend of festivities- beginning with an Indian Food Festival, followed by dinner and dancing with friends, followed by a lovely brunch with family. The man is pampered!! But he more than deserves it! For the brunch, we went to a restaurant called Cilantro ... Read on »
Shrimp and Veggie Pasta Recipe by hhislandgirl Facebook Posted Thu 05 Jan 2012 6:29pm This is a fairly simple recipe that is a great comfort food for a cold day and uses vegetables easily available in the fall and winter. Additionally it is a good meal to fight winter blues as it has the carbohydrates that we all so crave this time of year - but they are the good carbs, or complex carbs. Whole wheat pastas, ... Read on »
Fats and Cholesterol by Kristy W. Facebook Posted Sun 05 Dec 2010 7:00am David cut this picture out of his New Yorker magazine for me and said I needed to use it in my blog, I bet he was even munching on a piece of bacon as he did it too. We all hear about "fats". Avoid fats so you don't get fat, but eat "good fats' to be healthy...well what is the deal and what is a good fat, what is a bad fat and what is ... Read on »
Don’t Blame High Cholesterol for CAD by Marta M. Posted Wed 23 Jan 2013 8:00am You may avoid eggs, shrimps, milk and other cholesterol-rich food to prevent the waxy type of fat from being deposited into your arteries. However, is it possible that what people blame for the incidence of coronary artery disease (CAD) is really not “the most” significance culprit? “Cholesterol is a vitally important necessary molecule t ... Read on »
Dear Mark: The Purpose of Body Hair and the Non-Essentiality of Dietary Cholesterol by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 27 May 2013 1:37am In today’s edition of , I finally field a question that has been weighing heavily on the hearts and minds of the ancestral health community: body hair. I will tell you that there has been a lot of behind the scenes chatter between big names in the community about just how to tackle this question, and until now, no one has stepped up. To be fran ... Read on »
Are Egg Yolks Bad For You? by The Healthy Boy Posted Thu 15 Jul 2010 12:00am If you were to ever come over to my apartment and raid my refrigerator Gillian McKeith style (if you don't know who she is -  click here , she is the God of nutrition in the UK and will totally cut you, fillet you and use your skin as a pashmina if she finds anything processed in your fridge - LOVE her), you would find that I always have it stoc ... Read on »
Q & A: Do Chicken and Shrimp Lower Cholesterol? by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted Tue 14 Jul 2009 10:13pm A lot of people think a healthy diet means grilled chicken and pasta. Nope. Try again. In his book Cholesterol Protection for Life, Dr. Fuhrman explains chicken—and even lean meats—don’t do much to lower cholesterol. In this discussion from the member center, Dr. Fuhrman explains why foods like chicken and shrimp aren’t wise choices for heart ... Read on »
Scientific Obesity "Cures": Wrong Thinking? by Dr. Barbara Berkeley Medical Doctor Posted Fri 18 Nov 2011 10:47am by Barbara Berkeley, MD The internet provides a wonderful opportunity for doctors to rack up CME (continuing medical education) credits in the comfort of their own homes.  Last night, I sat in a cozy chair while listening to a high level lecture on HDL cholesterol.  The presenters were two of the biggest names in the lipid research world. ... Read on »
Shortchanged by the Canned Fish by Amassey Posted Fri 02 Sep 2011 3:50pm I have been meaning to blog more this week- but our recent move to the new pad and work business has kept me from my keyboard and dot com.  This morning I was web-surfing slash seeking inspiration on what to blog about, and perusing through the usual prospects.. hitting up some of my favorite blogs, foodie websites, and nutrition specialties.  Am ... Read on »
Low Fat Diets and More Bad News… by Total Health Breakthroughs Patient Expert Posted Thu 06 May 2010 8:05pm By Total Health Breakthroughs 06/03/2008 In This Issue: By James LaValle, R.Ph, CCN, ND For the average person, the changes we’ve seen as to how diet contributes to heart disease have been interesting, but for many people they have also been exhausting and conf ... Read on »