Thursday, May 19, 2011
DASH, or Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension, is a proven diet used by physicians for patients with hypertension. It is recommended for the whole family by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010.
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watermelon, cucumber, tomato, feta salad The first recipe in my series of healthy recipes is from Sylvie owner of Gourmand in the Kitche...
http://www.glamour.com/health-fitness/2010/09/ the-cavewomans-guide-to-good-health?currentPage=1 The Paleo diet or "hunter gathere...
According to the USDA's Dietary Guidelines 2010, Chapter 5, p.45 , "individuals with a higher Mediterranean diet score have red...
The "fruit" from the Garden of Eden was depicted as an apple by Lucas Cranach around 1538. See similar images by Albrecht Du...
Normally I illustrate my blogs with photos that define my point with humor or visual appeal. The albeit disgusting image on the left is ...
Are you a meat and potatoes person? According to results of a Texas study, there is no need to choose between proteins and carbohydrates...
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