Monthly Archives: August 2013

Holidays and weekends for the elderly

It is always my hope that a holiday weekend will bring family and friends to those that I care for. Of course, for the most part, I am contracted to visit at least one of my wards over the holiday … Continue reading

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Colorful foods

Have you ever heard that the prettier your food is, the better it is for you? We are talking color now. If you happen to get your hands on a copy of 101 Foods That Could Save Your Life by … Continue reading

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What about foods for cancer or to prevent cancer?

Without really realizing it, all of us have cells in our bodies that are predisposed to cancer. Everything that makes up our world then affects whether or not those cells grow or die; whether we get cancer or we don’t. … Continue reading

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Those seeking foods good for ailments

Look no further, according to Brian Wansink, PhD from Cornell University Food and Brand Lab and the author of Mindless Eating, “Dave Grotto goes far beyond telling you what’s good for you, why it’s good for you , and how … Continue reading

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Heart healthy suggestions according to Dave Grotto

I am not certain that you have heard that almonds are nature’s cure for many things. In fact, the Food and Drug Administration even admitted this in 2003 when they approved a limited health claim for almonds saying that those … Continue reading

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101 Foods That Could Save Your Life

A very dear friend of mine is the author of a wonderful book entitled 101 Foods That Could Save Your Life. that friend is Mr. David Grotto. This book not only suggests foods to help fight diseases, keep an individual it … Continue reading

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Necrosis as a result of Coumadin

Necrosis is the death of skin tissue. Necrosis may be induced by Coumadin as a nasty side effect. Actually, it is quite rare; affecting only 0.01 to 0.1 percent of patients that have been prescribed this drug. According to “Wounds,” … Continue reading

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