Posts Tagged "eggs"


Foods for Lower Blood Pressure

Foods for Lower Blood Pressure


Posted By on Jun 14, 2013

For years I have written on the dietary salt myth*. In a nutshell, it seems taken as conventional wisdom and irrefutable scientific fact that reductions in dietary sodium lead to significant reductions in blood pressure and improvement in cardiovascular mortality and morbidity from things like heart attacks and strokes. Yet despite almost 50 years of scientific study, over 150 randomized controlled trials and 13 population-based...

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As the Florida Blueberry Festival approaches, we will be featuring a number of sweet and savory blueberry recipes. Several of these will be featured, in one form or another, on the live web simulcast of Just What the Doctor Ordered-Live from the Florida Blueberry Festival on May 4th and 5th. here’s a simple and elegant appetizer or brunch feature: Crabmeat Stuffed Prosciutto Cups are topped with a Blueberry Wine Poached Quail...

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Wellington Hash

Wellington Hash


Posted By on Jan 8, 2013

  Ever wonder what to do on the weekend with some leftovers? Well here’s an upscale version of a breakfast classic, steak and eggs. Smoked prime rib is added to potatoes, onions, garlic and some exoctic mushroom duxelle to Doc’ up the average hash into a worthy Wellington hash. But it doesn’t stop there, add a slice of seared foie gras and a perfectly poached egg. Now that is a royal...

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For Day Four, it’s back to a continental classic! An under appreciated treat of French cuisine is a well prepared classic tri-fold omelet with a little melted brie in the center. Add fresh pasta with a drizzle of Alfredo sauce and….     Basic Pasta 2 cups flour (about 9 ounces) 2 eggs 2 Tbs olive oil 2 Tbs water ½ tsp. salt Staples: olive oil, salt Combine all the ingredients of a stand mixer, or make a well with the...

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Egg On Your Face

Egg On Your Face


Posted By on Aug 17, 2012

I have received a tremendous amount of inquiry this week regarding a recently released report that splashed dire and perhaps somewhat eggs-aggerated warnings throughout the media. This Canadian study was published in the journal, Atherosclerosis. In this observational trial, over 1250 men and women with average age of 61.5 years attended a university vascular prevention clinic, “filled out questionnaires regarding their lifestyle and...

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