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Almonds: Carcinogens in a Nutshell Raw and organic almond lovers are appalled by the Department of Agriculture’s decision to pasteurize California almonds sold in the U.S. to retailers and food processors. The Almond Boar ...
Aug 23 2007 5:58pm
... C.L.R.: California produces all the nation's almonds and about 70% of the world supply. Yo ... more
Jul 20 2009 10:13am
Almonds: Weight Control and Disease Protection Back in the late 70's and early 80's almonds were celebrated as the food to prevent or cure cancer. Then, the "fad" or popularity died down. Perhaps, the AMA stiffled the celebration. Today, a ...
Sep 13 2007 7:20pm
ALMOND MILK So I'm not supposed to have any dairy for awhile, and my doc suggested cocoanut milk or almond milk to go with my coffee. Coconut has a lot of fat though, so I opted for almond milk which only has thr ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Thanks Kat for the great recipe. Now I am going to try this at home! more
Oct 03 2007 4:48pm
Help for the Cuisine-Challenged Here's a simple, balanced meal including an entree, side, dessert, and beverage that is sure to please! Entree Broiled Fish with Ginger 1 lb. white firm-fleshed fish ? cup water ? tsp. soy sauce ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
A Healthy Breakfast That Packs in the Calcium It shouldn't come as a surprise that the average American diet is severely lacking in calcium. This is pretty serious, considering that calcium is the mineral responsible for maintaining bone density ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Football, Pistachios and Lower Cholesterol This football season, ditch the chips and crack open some pistachios. Turns out a handful or two of these green, salty, flavorful morsels of goodness lower your cholesterol. Penn State revealed this ...
Sep 13 2007 4:04pm
...I just wish they weren't so freakin' expensive. These health experts wonder why people ... more
Nov 24 2007 10:04pm
Football, Pistachios and Lower Cholesterol, Oh My! This football season, ditch the chips and crack open some pistachios. Turns out a handful or two of these green, salty, flavorful morsels of goodness lower your cholesterol. ...
Sep 13 2007 4:05pm
Banana Buckwheat Pancakes Something about pancakes on the weekend feels so luxurious. I didn't intend to make an "elaborate" breakfast this weekend, but after a good run plain old cereal just didn't seem right. I found th ...
May 19 2008 11:24pm
Hi Lois, Thanks for checking out the recipe! Agave nectar is a natural liquid sweete ... more
May 20 2008 12:32pm
Vegetarian Quinoa Recipe Quinoa has a nutty flavor and a pleasing texture similar to rice. It's good source of vegetarian protein, vitamins and minerals - iron, magnesium, Vit E, potassium, amino acids, and fiber. ...
Mar 25 2008 12:25pm
Options Increase for the Lactose Intolerant Between 30 and 50 million Americans produce insufficient amounts of the enzyme (lactase) needed to digest lactose, the naturally occurring sugar in milk. Rather than being broken down and absorbed, la ...
Jun 04 2007 4:57pm