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UCSD Powerpoint: Review

Here’s the 3rd part of a review of the class I taught last Friday called: UCSD Powerpoint: Review – What to buy, what to cook! On this YouTube Video I review what pots to buy, best place to find ’em, how to clean a pot, what you really should focus on eating and what that looks like, if you do it right! ...

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UCSD Class – Healthy Healing Foods

Hi! Here’s Day 2 of info from the UCSD Class – Healthy Healing Foods.  It’s so important for me to teach that Food is Your Best Medicine. I do so on stage at the Fairgrounds in their kitchen up to 4 times in June for the last 3 years.  The many blogs on this topic I have written include: Inside ...

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UCSD Class: Fermenting vs. Pickling

I loved teaching at UCSD this past Friday and thanks to all of the resident doctors who attended and Deepa, whose idea it was to have me come. While at the UCSD Class: Fermenting vs. Pickling was discussed at the tail end, it’s the ‘low hanging fruit’ I want to quickly discuss now, in addition to stomach flora, and then ...

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Beans? Good or not?

Many people have been telling me lately that beans are not good for you. So I thought I would do this article on Beans? Good or not? The first site that comes up on the web is Reader’s Digest. They say that beans are high in Fiber, Protein, Vitamin B, Iron, Potassium and they’re low in Fat. So we’re good so ...

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Cravings Part II after the holidays

So I bring you Cravings Part II after the holidays as further incentive to show you how to substitute wisely and still get all the great flavor without doing damage to your health even if we’ve made it through most of the holiday season! Talk about cravings. I absolutely CRAVE pizza. I’m a New Yorker. What do you expect! lol When I ...

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Cravings

What do you crave this holiday season? This time of year brings up all kinds of stuff. That’s why I am addressing your Cravings, to see if we can get you through this season without gaining 10-15 pounds. (By the way, that’s the average amount people gain from Thanksgiving to New Years). So, who is the brilliant group that motivated ...

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