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Avocado Salmon Bites

Here is a simple and quick meal from the Dr. Mercola site. It’s the right balance of protein to carb and easy to make. Try it out. 10 ounces wild-caught Alaskan salmon 1/4 cup mayonnaise (ideally homemade) 1 medium avocado, cubed 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese 1/3 cup almond flour/meal  1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon onion…

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Buffalo Chicken With Spice and Cabbage

This is another delicious meal from the diet doctor site. Be sure not to get your oil to hot or put a little bit of water in with the chicken to keep the oil from burning and running the oil.  Ingredients Buffalo chicken 3 tbsp coconut oil or butter 1 tbsp garlic powder 2 tbsp hot sauce…

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Spicy Pork Kale Soup

For a souper supper that is flavorful and keto, get cooking with this well-spiced pork soup. It’s a one-pot meal, with a little extra fun—a buttery fat bomb to finish it with style. Drop it in. Watch it melt. Then say good-bye to hunger… and hello to flavor from the diet doctor.  Instructions Mix butter, sesame…

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Why Are The Current ADA Recommended Blood Sugar Levels Dangerous To Your Health?

According to the American Diabetes Association ADA, a “normal” blood glucose level for non-diabetic individuals, is between 70-130 mg prior to meals and 180 mg after meals. In this article I will address what are safe and normal levels of blood glucose levels. We will look at some studies that illustrate this. I’ll also be sharing with you an…

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Why Cholesterol Doesn’t Cause Heart Disease

Highlights: Clearing up confusion about: What to eat to optimize your health and cholesterol– The myth that cholesterol is “bad” is based on studies that are outdated— Learn the facts about: How cholesterol is synthesized and controlled by the liver– How more recent, long-term studies showing no association between saturated fat, and blood cholesterol levels–…

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The Most Important Indicators for Predicting Heart Disease.

Highlights: The importance of cholesterol in the body What indicators put you at risk for Coronary Vascular Disease (CVD) Ratios are more important than individual cholesterol numbers when determining risk for CVD The real cause of Coronary Heart Disease     Cardiovascular disease affects about 70 Million Americans and is responsible for 610,000 deaths per…

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Are You Eating These 6 Dangerous Foods?

Food toxins make their way into our meals every day, without us even realizing it. These unsafe foods are easier to eliminate than you think. I have listed the 6 worst ones in this article. We don’t purposely add these when we are cooking for ourselves or family, yet they sneak in because we don’t…

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