Friday Funny....

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Antibiotic Resistance....

Posted on April 29 by
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Whenever possible, purchase organic dairy, grass fed meat and hormone/antibiotic free foods. What the animal consumes, you consume.

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Mediterranean Layered Hummus Dip

Posted on April 25 by
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3 cups hummus
½ English cucumber diced
2 roma tomatoes seeded and diced
½ large red pepper diced
2 green onions diced
¼ cup feta cheese crumbled
1/3 cup Kalamata olives sliced
3 tbsp Italian parsley chopped
1 small jalapeno pepper sliced, optional


Spread the hummus into a shallow serving dish.

Add the vegetable layers, starting with the cucumber, tomato, red pepper, green onion, and jalapeno (optional).
Sprinkle the crumbled feta cheese, olives, and parsley.
Serve with chips or to keep it low carb, use cucumber slices, raw cauliflower pieces or baby carrots.



Posted on April 22 by
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Lately, a lot of attention has been given to how dietary changes can decrease inflammation. More research is needed in this area, but the foods that are recognized as having an anti-inflammatory effect are already well known for their health benefits.

1. Colorful fruits and vegetables. Eat the rainbow, including berries, tomatoes, carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, mangos and dark green leafy vegetables such as broccoli, kale and spinach.
2. Seeds and nuts. Flaxseeds, walnuts, pistachios, pine nuts, pecans, hazelnuts and almonds.
3. Fish. Oily fish like salmon, tuna, mackerel, lake trout and herring.
4. Healthy fats. Organic butter, olive oil and avocado.
5. Beans/legumes. Red beans, pinto beans and black beans.
6. Fresh herbs and spices. Rather than seasoning your meals with just salt, enhance flavor with herbs like garlic, ginger and turmeric.

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