Archive | July, 2014

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Is it Hypoglycemia? PMS? or Low Blood Sugar?

For a lot of young women, headaches or migraines start to become a problem in adolescence. Many of them are given various pain killers that are largely ineffective. The reason is because that medication doesn’t address the cause of the problem, it merely attempts to cover the symptom. Do you or your daughter get headaches […]

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How much vitamin D do I need?

Vitamin D has been in the news a lot lately. While much of the research is preliminary and does not show causal relationships, Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with a number of health problems. Sun exposure is the best way to get Vitamin D, but that carries risks of sun burns and skin cancer. […]

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Watermelon Feta Salad

Refreshing salad for a hot summer day. Here’s our version of the popular savory summer salad: Ingredients 5-6 C watermelon cubes 5+ chopped mint leaves 1/2 C feta cheese (we prefer goat’s or sheep’s) Mix and enjoy. OR, if you’re looking for a little more… Whisk the following into a dressing and pour evenly over […]

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Make your own pickles!

Dr. Young and her son make these throughout the summer. Try pickling various veggies depending on what’s growing! Don’t forget that you’ll need a tall (for pickle spears) glass jar with a tight fitting lid! Ingredients 3 T apple cider vinegar 2T water (I used a taller jar and needed about 5T) 1t salt 1T […]

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