Dr. Rupy Aujla is in General Practice and Emergency Medicine in England, and for several reasons he has changed his eating lifestyle and offers not only nutrition advice but recipes as well at www.thedoctorskitchen.com. He was one of the speakers at a recent “Wellness Summit by Food Matters TV (www.fmtv.com) and offered these tips for better health:
Are you taking advantage of the many ways to use cauliflower to save carbs? Don’t keep thinking it tastes awful, just because it’s a cruciferous vegetable. Now you can fool just about everybody with RICED CAULIFLOWER! And you can save yourself some work by getting it in the frozen section at your store. You can even find organic riced cauliflower. Try it!
Here at Diabetes Relief, we want to share with our patients the best products and supplements we can find to help the treatment and speed up the healing process. One of those products is Probiotics. The word “probiotic” means “for life.” Can you guess what “antibiotic” means? That’s why, when you are prescribed antibiotics, for whatever reason, you must offset them with probiotics. Do you know how powerful probiotics are? We’d like to share these facts from randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials (most of which studied Lactobacillus in particular):
We at Diabetes Relief are helping our patients to maximize the benefits of our patented treatment, and one of the ways is the CurcuminPro® product we offer–the best form on the market. In prior newsletters we have told you of the benefits of curcumin, the source of turmeric, one of the most-studied natural products ever. Here we share eight reasons to use curcumin, from www.greenmedinfo.com, a fantastic site of Dr. Sayer Ji, from an article by Linda Woolven and Ted Snider