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Understanding food labels. Free range and cage-free chicken. Part 2

In the Part 1 of Understanding food labels I have discussed a brief history of the free-range and cage-free chicken and the beginning of the transition to the cage-free chicken.  I continue, as the pressure of having the cage-free chicken … Continue reading

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Understanding food labels. Free range and cage-free chicken – part 1

These days everyone seems to be on a quest to buy healthy food so once they see a label stating “free range” or “cage-free” chicken, there goes.  These two terms are fairly new; it wasn’t always this way.  In fact, … Continue reading

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Today’s Prompt: Smoke. More about food labels – immunity boosters

Who doesn’t want to boost their immune system? Most everyone which is exactly what food industry put to life in marketing. Looks like just about any product has to do with boosting immune system due to the vitamin content. But … Continue reading

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Enticing Food Labels, part 1.

I have taken a small break from blogging due to some unforeseen events that I had to take care of first.  Now I am back and decided to write about a subject that I’ve been thinking about for what seems … Continue reading

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Not all proteins are the same and how this relates to diabetes

While I was checking my email, a window popped up sporting the words Plant Protein in huge fonts.  This piqued my curiosity and off I went googling.   Here now, I’ve found this gem, Protein: Moving Closer to Center Stage posted on … Continue reading

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New Breath Test to Diagnose Gastroparesis

FDA recently announced the approval of the Gastric Emptying Breath Test (GEBT) as a diagnostic tool for gastroparesis — this condition is, though not well known, a common complication of diabetes.   Gastroparesis slows or stops the movement of food down … Continue reading

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Pass the oatmeal, please

I’ve always been big on oatmeal for breakfast.  Love to cook it since no stirring is necessary so I’d just leave it well alone and let cook on its own accord.  In the meantime I check my sugar, make my … Continue reading

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