June 2009 Issue


In this month's newsletter we have our regular entries: Client/Reader Feedback; Q & A with Dr. Hull; and Did You Know? Our articles this month are: Practice What You Preach; Choo-Choo-Chew; Pass The Butter; and Big Pharma Side Effects. Our recipes this month are Thai Chicken Croquettes with Mango Couscous... Continue Reading

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Healthy Feedback

Over twenty years ago, I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. I had all the classic symptoms. For years I have been existing on one kind of pain medication or another; many days every 4-6 hours. About a month ago, I had a colonoscopy. My doctor thought I had IBS; I had... Continue Reading

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Pass The Butter

Butter is a cooking treasure as old as King Tut's tomb, and my grandparents. I'm not sure about King Tut, but Grandmommy made the best homemade biscuits served with fresh butter sliding off their steamy sides. Grandmommy and Granddaddy ate butter every day, and they lived to be over 100... Continue Reading

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Did you know that digestion begins in your mouth? And did you know that you should never drink while you eat? Drinking washes away the enzymes in your saliva. Chewing your food is an art, really. Chew slowly, take smaller bites, and chew your food into mush before you swallow.... Continue Reading

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Practice What You Preach

Many people ask me what vitamins I take, myself. I think what they really want to know is - do I practice what I preach? Absolutely! My mother was an excellent cook, and she made homemade meals (everything was from scratch), packed my lunch everyday for school (even when in... Continue Reading

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Q & A with Dr. Hull

Aspartame and the Hair Analysis Q: I think I'm experiencing some health problems from aspartame. I've been drinking a ton of it for a while, and I now have things like eye twitching, tremors, odd neurological issues, tingling sensations, etc. I have been to many doctors without much luck, and... Continue Reading

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Did You Know?

Butter and margarine have the same amount of calories. Butter is slightly higher in saturated fat with 8 grams compared to 5 grams saturated fat in margarine. In the 1940s, margarine was used to fatten turkeys. According to a recent Harvard Medical Study, eating margarine increased heart disease in 53%... Continue Reading

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Healthy Recipes

This month we have a tasty entree, Thai Chicken Croquettes with Mango Couscous - fancy enough for guests, but not hard to prepare; and a delicious Caesar Potato Salad with Sugar Snap Peas - great for a picnic in the park, or to pack in your lunch during the week.... Continue Reading

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Big Pharma Side Effects

Medication Side Effects for Gastrointestinal Agents PEPCID AC (Famotidine) Indications: Relief and prevention of heartburn, acid indigestion, and sour stomach. Interactions: Avoid with other acid reducers. PEPCID COMPLETE (Calcium Carbonate-Magnesium Hydroxide- Famotidine) Indications: To relieve heartburn associated with acid indigestion and sour stomach. Warnings/Precautions: Not for use in those with... Continue Reading

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