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Probiotics – Can Reverse Diabetes

Probiotics are finally getting recognized by regular medical professionals. They are the beneficial bacteria we refer to as digestive enzymes. They replace and move bad bacteria  and toxins out of the gut. Creating an environment of better health in your gut and colon. They also help you trim down.  It is important to take probiotics any time you take […]

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Cold Medicine – Bad for Your Health

          I have done decades of research on Cold Medicines and how they effect the body. The most recent reports indicate the following: Acetaminophen causes Liver Damage – Tylenol is the largest brand, but other brands are available also. It’s normally used for pain and fever reducer.  Every year nearly 80,000 […]

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Red Velvet Muffins and Carrot Cake Muffins

If you’re a juicer like me, don’t throw out that pulp. Freeze it in 1 cup portions. Use sandwich bags or margarine cups to store it in your freezer until you need it.         Today I made Carrot Juice and Beet Juice to rebuild my immune system. I made Doggie Treats from the […]

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Home Humidifiers & Legionaires’ Disease

Home Humidifiers Can Cause Legionnaires’ Disease. Legionnaires’ disease, a type of pneumonia, is caused by bacteria called Legionella. The bacteria got its name in 1976, when a number of people who went to a Philadelphia convention of the American Legion suffered from an outbreak of the illness. According to the Centers for Disease Control and […]

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Texas Style Charro Beans & Shrimp Nachos

It’s the perfect night for Texas Style Charro Beans and Shrimp Nachos made with Gulf Shrimp.           When I cook, I try to use the freshest raw ingredients and I select a bacon without nitrites. This combination is yummy on a cold night and the peppers and pinto beans offer many […]

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Healthy Home-Baked Dog Treats

 Make these dog treats in your own kitchen. Any cookie cutter will work just fine. They also make great gifts. Made with carrots or apples and whole wheat flour. I found a cute air-tight container at our local Walmart store. They will keep for weeks and dogs love them. Here is the recipe:     ¾ […]

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Surviving Christmas Alone

  Being alone at Christmas can be devastating. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. I spent many years alone at Christmas and found ways to get through it without being lonely. There’s and old saying: “If you need a friend, be a friend.” I took it literally. I had a neighbor who was […]

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Turkey Shepherds Pie – from leftovers

 Leftovers can be stuffed in the fridge and forgotten. I like to make recreations from mine that my family will enjoy as much as the first time around. In this case, it’s Shepherds Pie from my leftover turkey or chicken. Here is my recipe: Shepherds Pie 2 cups of chopped leftover turkey (or chicken) 1 cup […]

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Boost and Ensure – Are you kidding me?

Ensure has 20g of Sugar, 11g of Fat, 240mg of Sodium and 350 Calories in one 8 oz. serving. You may as well eat a Candy Bar! Below is the list of ingredients from the Ensure website. Is this what you really want in your body when you need to get healthy? It’s recommended by […]

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Bulgur Wheat/Meatless Tacos

While making my Bulgur Cocoa Wheat cereal one day I noticed how the texture and consistency was rich and meaty. Why not make taco meat with Bulgur Wheat? These amazing tacos satisfy that Meat Taco craving while giving you Fiber and Protein without the fat. Recipe: 1 Cup Bob’s Red Mill Quick Cooking Bulgur Wheat 1 […]

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