Monthly Archives: November 2015

It’s All About Losing

The thing about losing weight is that no one recipe will work for everyone. The absolute truth is that you will not cruise to your natural weight and stay there by changing how you eat for a month or two. … Continue reading

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Congratulations!

You made it through another feast of Thanksgiving. You travelled great distances to be with family, or you went to great expense to host. Every effort was made to feed yourself and your guests the traditional meats, vegetables and sweets … Continue reading

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A Break From All the Happy-Talk

I know, I never have a happy or joyous post, almost. I seem to be stimulated by debate and endless controversy. Here, however, is a poem that I wrote to be a song, perhaps in the key of G. Use … Continue reading

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Trust Me, It’s Related

The dreaded scientific reversal, covered very well in today’s New York Times, is a bane to healthy living on many fronts. The Times is talking about when medical advice is given based on old knowledge, that has to be changed … Continue reading

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Dry Breast Solution

What is the worst thing that can happen to your Thanksgiving turkey tradition? Judging by the number of solutions on offer, it would have to be the dry breast syndrome. All fowl have large fat-free breast meat. Not that long … Continue reading

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Don’t Wait for the World

Over 40 percent of death certificates now list diabetes as the cause of death, up from 13 percent twenty years ago. Lustig, Robert H. (2012-12-27). Fat Chance: Beating the Odds Against Sugar, Processed Food, Obesity, and Disease (p. 5). Penguin … Continue reading

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Bitter Tonic

A long time ago, in another age and time, a group of scientists convinced the leadership of a great world power that the reason he had had a heart attack was that he had been eating eggs and saturated fats. … Continue reading

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