Originally Posted by PINK @Kelly: GMTA! : )
Moonpie, I wish you would share numbers with us, as in how much of everything you use and do you use some kind of herbs and spices?
how much vinegar went into your ratatouille. 1 Tablespoon?
I made 2 batches of chicken thighs and legs and then froze them A) On a plate in the freezer for 1-2 hrs then popped them in separate gallon sized ziplocks.
This way the chicken pieces freeze quickly and like the flash frozen method-
There is tension in the world of cholesterol. Those of us eating high saturated fat,low carbohydrate diets are claiming that this is much better for heart disease prevention because we increase the size of our LDL particles. The problem seems to be though, that the medical establisment can't take their sights off of the LDL value in our standard lipid measurements. I think we can all agree that the LDL value alone is a lousy predictor of heart diease. Even teh staunchest cardiologists admit this.
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Originally Posted by Bountyman Don't just be sure. Be DoubleSure!™ That's the catch phrase of OneTouch's new campaign of DoubleSure™ Technology. DoubleSure™ Technology automatically checks each blood sample twice.
I saw this as a TV advertisement this afternoon which gave me pause to think; what exactly does that mean? As a disclaimer here...it's the weekend and I'm in the middle of my Jack Daniel's and beef jerky weight-loss program...so take that into consideration before we move forward.
In the last few days there has been a backlash against diabetic educators (DE's), particularly one named Hope Warsaw, or affectionately called "High Carb Hope" by some of us more vocal anti-DE writers. I won't go into the details of what she wrote to raise the ire of the Paleo community, but here's some recent blogs. Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Healthy Low Carb Living
and a more generic The Poor Diabetic
I read her article, got angry, posted a reply,