Monthly Archives: July 2012

Nausea: How to Minimize and Treat It

Nausea: Sometimes Hard to Treat Nausea can be due to a lot of different metabolic problems, often having something to do with the gastrointestinal tract, but not always. Chronic nausea is most likely to occur between the ages of 15 … Continue reading

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Protein Quality of Foods

The quality of a protein refers to its amino acid content. Specifically, how well will a protein source meet my needs for essential amino acids, the ones that my body cannot make itself. When we eat the muscle, tissue, eggs … Continue reading

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Carbohydrates and Diabetics

This is a link to an article I wrote recently for the physician members of the Marin Medical Society. It tries to help explain how much carbohydrate should be eaten by people–both by diabetics and by non-diabetics. These days there … Continue reading

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Bread and Butter Pickles: and Low Sodium!

Working on it–recipe and text soon.

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Apricot Jam

Working on it now! Recipe and story will come soon.

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