Tomatoes are topped with thyme parsley breadcrumbs and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar before they are baked until bubbling. Making larger crumbs from whole wheat bread gives this dish more nutrients as well as a rustic, hearty texture.
Chromosome 'Anchors' Organize DNA During Cell Division
For humans to grow and to replace and heal damaged tissues, the body's cells must continually reproduce, a process known as "cell division," by which one cell becomes two, two become four, and so on...
This year, athletes and celebrities praised the gluten free diet as the panacea to nearly everything--from winning top tennis tournaments to red carpet ready for the Oscars. Plenty of studies showed our erratic sleep patterns make our waists bigger. Almost...
January is Folic Acid Awareness Month so be sure to get your recommended servings of folate-rich foods such as leafy green vegetables, orange juice, beans, and nuts. Folate is a B vitamin that occurs naturally in food, and folic acid is the synthetic form found in supplements and fortified foods such as cereal, rice, and other grain products.
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A strong article by renowned Washington Post reporter Jane Black chronicles the remarkable growth of our movement. From Taiwan to Brazil, UC Davis to Baltimore Public Schools, and in offices, restaurants and homes around the globe, people are cutting meat one day a week for their health and the health of the planet.
Lymphoma, non-Hodgkin: Malignant tumors that arise in the lymphatic system. There are several subtypes of cancer classified as non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. All originate in and spread via the lymphatic system. Symptoms depend on the location of the tumor, but can include swollen, but not painful, lymph nodes; gastric distress; skin problems; night sweats; unexplained weight loss; itching; and fever. Diagnosis is by biopsy. Treatment may be chemotherapy, radiation, stem cell transplant, or other medications including monoclonal antibodies- alone, or with chemotherapy or even coupled to radioactive materials, depending on the age of the patient and type of tumor. Abbreviated NHL.
Rather than putting your body through harsh fasts or detox programs, take a gentle approach to cleansing and detoxifying your body with an herbal fiber supplement. Fiber works to slowly yet thoroughly cleanse the digestive system without disrupting daily life.
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Busulfex is classified as an "alkylating agent" used to treat chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML) and certain blood disorders such as polycythemia vera and myeloid metaplasia.
If you increase your fiber intake, make sure to drink more fluids to avoid constipation.
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Peripheral parenteral nutrition support can fill nutrient void until the concentration and rate of the enteral feeding can be increased to optimally meet nutrition needs.
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Prescription for Nutritional Healing By Phyllis A. Balch, CNC
Prescription for Nutritional Healing is the most thorough drug-free guide to managing chronic conditions I have ever come across. It is an 800 page, A to Z, guide providing alternative and holistic approaches to almost every common disease. I highly recommend this book to anyone, especially practicing dietitians, looking to expand their holistic knowledge. If you, like me, consistently counsel patients not responding to or interested in Western Medicine, then this is your answer.