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My grandmother had a Rhubarb patch in her backyard. Crunchy, like celery, and tart I always enjoyed a stalk or two when we went out back and picked some. She would have me dip the stalk in honey as we crunched the ends. It starts to pop up in early spring and grows all summer. She made pies of course and sometimes added Strawberries. I like the straight up Rhubarb Pie best but Strawberries are on of my favorite berries.
It has been on the menu for thousands of years in Europe and Asia and is now found all around the world. It traveled the famous Silk Road from China. Used mainly in pies and deserts it popularity rose dramatically as sugar became affordable to the common people. Mixed with just about any other fruit it is a tasty addition to your diet.
Considered a vegetable everywhere but in the United States where it’s considered a fruit because of bureaucratic red tape.
The large green leaf is toxic, the red, crunchy stalks are sweet and tart, and the root has been used for some medicinal purposes. The Chinese have used it for a laxative and an aid to losing weight. Researchers have also found, in 2009, that in mice the root lowers blood sugar levels.
Rhubarb is high in calcium, fiber, Vitamin K, and anti-oxidants. Vitamin C, B9 (folic acid), and E. A small amount of protein with iron and potassium. Good stuff minus all the sugar we tend to add to it. Sweeten it with other fruit and keep it healthy.
There is a lot more to Rhubarb than just pie. I have located a site that is dedicated to these recipes. Its called The Rhubarb Compendium. http://www.rhubarbinfo.com/recipes
I have seen the vegetable, or fruit, at the South Bend Farmers Market and trying to come up with some ideas for it. A salsa comes to mind. No tomato. Apple, green, red, and yellow bell peppers. Onion and garlic with some heat from the jalapeno. Chilly powder and cilantro. Sounds good to me. I think it will be great as a condiment with pork on the barbecue. I’ll let you know how it turns out.
What a great time. Saturday I spent the day at the South Bend Farmers Market. The market has been in operation since 1924.
The vendors around me were great people. All of them have good stuff to offer. The whole market is that way. Fresh milk and butter without hormones. The same for eggs. Grass raised beef. All kinds of organic vegetables. All kinds of mushrooms, even morals, and fresh asparagus. Lamb and domestic rabbit. I wanted one of everything.
The gentlemen right next to me operated a loom. He made rugs from what he called uncycled material. Bath towels, blue jeans, milk jugs, and such. Really cool rugs.
Down a ways from me there was homemade hot sauce and salsa. The salsa wasn’t as good as mine but I tasted one of has hot sauces. It was a mustard based sauce and really good. Great flavor and good heat.
I have never tasted grass feed beef. The gentlemen had every cut you can think of and even hamburger. The fat content has to be lower so I wonder about the flavor. You may have to adjust the cooking times and heat especially on the roasts. I have cooked Buffalo many times and because of the lower fat content it’s a little different. You’ll have it dry and tough if you prepare it like beef.
Cows were never meant to eat corn. It messes up their stomachs and without all the antibiotics pumped into them they will get sick. It is said that back in the day the Texas Longhorn was lower in cholesterol and fat and a lot healthier than today’s beef.
The cost of most of theses items is some what higher than the norm. Of course the price of groceries is outrageous the days.
I lost track of how many people stopped and spoke with me. Most people were aware of the negative side effect of oral pain medications and became excited about our alternative.
I gave out lots of free samples and even made some sales. People are calling me and the discussion continues. From the results of the free trial pack continuing with this alliterative is a great choice for them.
I will be returning this Saturday. Hope to see you there.
The market’s web site is http://southbendfarmersmarket.com/
PS. No vine ripened tomatoes yet.
Here they are. Took a while to find them.
If you walk there, you save gasoline.
If you walk there, you get some exercise.
If you drive there, with the window down, and you live where there is no smog you get some fresh air.
If you put the packaging in a trash container, you did not litter.
If you go inside and don’t use the drive through, your not breathing toxic fumes.
If you don”t use the drive up window you help stop air pollution.
If you recycle the packaging, you may save a tree.
You mat get a free toy for the kids.
You help keep unemployment down.
Last but not least if you have been still looking, you have found the beef.
Thank you very much!
How often do we see America’s Health Care Professionals giving us information on the benefits of food and it’s contribution to our health?
Not only does food give your body energy, food can give positive information to your genes.
In 1997 the law was changed, in the US, allowing the pharmaceutical companies to advertise their concoctions’ in the media. Millions of dollars are spent each year on television, radio, and magazines. In my opinion this changes our position from being a person with a condition needing treatment into a consumer.
Physicians spend many years in school and training to learn their craft. Doctors are suppose to be the ones to heal us and at the same time “Do No Harm.”
Statistics say 30% of the time when a person requests a drug, seen in an ad, a physician will write the prescription. Education is a wonderful thing but seeing a full page, glossy ad in a magazine is not education. Who ends up paying for the ad? We do.
It’s all about money and Nutritionist’s just don’t have access to the funding. OK, my rant on that subject is over.
I would like to see an ad with a big red tomato explaining how adding tomatoes to the diet can benefit those dealing with heart problems. How about romaine lettuce and how it has more vitamin C than an orange. Full of all the B vitamins and more omega 3 fatty acids than those fish oil tablets.
Nuts. Who is nuts? We should be nuts about Nuts! Nuts and seeds are concentrated sources of protein, fats, B vitamins, vitamin E, iron, magnesium and other minerals. H ow often do we prepare squash and just toss the seeds? Gentlemen are you aware pumpkin seeds have a positive effect on you prostate? Not just for Halloween, pumpkin is tasty and sweet cooked just like squash. Roast the seeds and munch them. Instead of Viagra add pumpkin seeds to your diet. No blindness or an unhealthy rise in blood pressure there.
I am one who is always willing to try new foods and recipes.
There are so many food that can help us in so many ways. Good nutrition is an important part of good health and wellness. We all have to eat and with a few additions, and subtractions, we can open the road to healthier life. It’s so easy and, as I have found, adds to the spice of life. Food is one of the greatest joys of life. It’s one of the activities we are most likely to share and benefit those around us.ds and family always have a great time trying what I have discovered and cooked up. My kitchen is always open and never refuse to cook something they have found too. Since I finally purchased a dishwasher clean up is a breeze. I do enjoy visiting their kitchen. Making the mess at their house is not a problem.
I would like to share this site with you. The American Society for Nutrition and The American Journal Of Clinical Nutrition.
Click Here To Go To Site http://www.ajcn.org/
They are dedicated to improving the quality of life through the science of nutrition. It is sad that we don’t see this in the advertising from the media. Important information to access and jump up on the soap box to spread the information. Word of mouth is the best advertisement and it doesn’t cost a thing.
Share a healthy meal, laughter and music with family and friend and keep the secret of healthy nutrition until the meal is over. Surprise, surprise this was not only good, it was good for you. Now that everyone is full and content share the news, start the discussion. It’s likely they will be to full to run away.
Enjoy life and live healthier.
Cynthia A. Thomson, PhD, RD, FADA
Surviving A Heart Attack If You Are Alone.
Cardiologists estimate there is a 10 second window of opportunity after the onset of symptoms of a heart attach.
Pain in your chest and arm which also moves into the jaw, pulse shortness of breath are basic signs but the symptoms are different for women and men.
Women, often, do not experience actual chest discomfort. Women most often report a hot, burning sensation and tenderness to touch located in the back, shoulders, arms or jaw. Nausea, vomiting, indigestion, shortness of breath or sudden and extreme fatigue without chest pain.
Doctors often miss read these symptoms in women. Ladies if your are experiencing any discomfort above the waist be unyielding in your attitude with your doctor about your heart health. Be sure to look closely at information on Angina and Coronary Artery Disease because it’s often reported as related to men.
With the onset of a heart attack statistics show there is around 10 seconds before the loss of consciousness. A form of self applied CPR could save your life. Precious time to summon help or dial 911.
Coughing repeatedly and very vigorously with the deepest breath you can muster before each cough. The deep breath sends more oxygen to the heart. The deep hard cough has a messaging action on the heart. Don’t stop unless your breathing returns to normal and get help quickly. (Penni Giles Continuing Care Administrator NHS Cornwall & Isles of Scilly)
Spreading this information can be an important step in helping some one survive this all to common problem. Educating women on Heart Disease is so important also. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has launched A Million Hearts™. Their goal is to to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes over five years.
There are tools to calculate your risk. Have an assessment in just a few minutes with My Life Check and learn the state of your heart and what you can do to live a better life.
Articles, publication, and videos for you to view.
We ask you to share this info with family and friends. Ask them to share it also. Very well could make a difference in a life.
Find joy in life and enjoy living!
Asparagus adds to the wonder of spring time. The sprouts begin to pop in April or as soil temperatures’ reach 50 degrees and lasts until the stems become larger and woody. It is a perennial and may live for 15 years or more.
During harvest time the spears can be picked every 2 to 4 days. Great for the garden, it grows in most any type of soil. Starting the vegetable from seed can be labor intensive and you’re better off to buy a one year old plant. It still may take a year or two before you have a good harvest.
I love it fresh and really don’t care for the canned version. It’s over cooked and I like it still a little crispy. Steaming or in the microwave are the best ways to cook it in my experience. It’s also delicious on the grill. Have you ever tried it pickled?
There are so many ways to enjoy it besides just a side dish. Add it to a salad or soup. Toss it into a stir-fry with poultry or sea food is a favorite. Works very well with Beef and Lamb too.
Asparagus is loaded with fiber, minerals and vitamins. It’s low in calories and fat and high in antioxidants.
This food is highly recommended to pregnant women.
Feel tired? Eat some Asparagus. Containing substances that reduce ammonia levels in the body, it’s a natural pick-me-up.
Found to lower uric acid levels which is helpful for those experiencing gout.
There are positive effects for those with Heart Disease and Alzheimer’s.
Diabetics can benefit because it has Chromium. Chromium assists the body in metabolizing insulin.
Also shows a positive effect on high blood pressure.
Containing 202 mg. of Potassium in a 3 oz. serving, getting plenty of Potassium helps in preventing the loss of calcium which affects many women. Ladies eat your asparagus.
Washing the face with the water from boiling can improve your completion.
We have a local market here in my area. Widely grown around here I find it in 10 lb. bags for just over a $1 a pound. It usually doesn’t last long but I have frozen some for short periods. With just a quick blanch it has done well for me.
My favorite dish is here. I enjoy it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It’s very easy to make and is delicious.
Forget The Pain And South Bend Pain Management
There is nothing more troublesome than an ear ache especially when experienced by a child.
When they are small and can’t tell you it hurts a child will be pulling at their ear. This is how I experienced it when my two children were toddlers. We lived op at 6,000 ft. and I do believe the trip up and down the mountain, with the change in air pressure, bothered their ears.
There are many reasons for ear ache, some can be serous and others not so much. Just getting water in the ear from the shower or bath can be the cause.
Inflammation is the outer or inner ear have different causes and a visit to the doctor is warranted especially if accompanied by a fever or loss of balance. Pain in the ear can also be a symptom of some other conditions far away from the ear.
My children were experiencing this problem often and trips to the doctor and a prescription for an anti-biotic can be costly. I never allowed them them to suffer so we made the trip.
I was talking to a group of ladies one day at school. I brought up the subject and one of them gave me some great information. I have used and shared this option ever since and it works on children and adults.
Hydrogen Peroxide and Isopropyl Alcohol. I take the peroxide and fill the cap. Then add a few drops of alcohol to it. Then take a cotton swab and dip into the mixture. Tilting the head squeeze the liquid so it drips into the ear canal. The bubbles from the hydrogen peroxide will tickle a bit.
The hydrogen peroxide will work on any inflammation and also soften ear wax. The alcohol will help dissipate any water in the ear. This works great on an ear ache and the results are almost immediate.
If you are having problems with wax build up I discovered a system at my natural store. It is called an Ear Candle. It is a small tube and a candle. Protecting yourself from dripping hot wax you insert the tube into the ear canal and light the candle. You maybe surprised at all the dirt that accumulates in the ear.
Remember ear wax is very important to your hearing. It is the lubricant that keeps your ear drum healthy and working properly.
Be safe and protect your hearing.
Forget The Pain And South Bend Pain Management on Acetaminophen.
The most dangerous oral pain medication available. Latest recall on February 17, 2012. Certain lots of Infants’ TYLENOL® .
Be aware of the warnings.
More people experience liver damage from this NSAID more than any other.
Acetaminophen is an other member of the Non Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug family of medications. There are several brand names and found in pill. capsule, and liquid forms. Even suppositories. Formulated for adults, infants, and children. A pain reliever and fever reducer.
I stopped using the medication years ago when the first reports of stroke began to surface.
Also called Paracetamol the first form of the drug goes all the way back to 1886. The drug was reformulated several times finally becoming what we know it as today. First being released in the United States in 1953.
Because it is found in so many different applications and we, as consumers, are not paying attention to labeling and dosage recommendations overdose and organ damage has become a problem. On January 13, 2011 the FDA reduced it’s dosage recommendations.
May 22, 2009 – emergency room visits, 26000 hospitalizations, and 458 deaths related to acetaminophen.
Liver damage has become a major concern and the warning has been added to the label. People with heart problems are warned not to use the drug.
The older generation is at higher risk. Widely used for arthritis pain.
We have become complacent with the drug because it is so readily available. Please read the labeling and warnings if you decide to use the medication.
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