Tag Archives for " Heart Disease "

Nov 24

Pumpkin (Squash) Cheesecake

Recipes

Of course, it’s lower in carbs than most cheesecakes because we use a sugar alternative (which is just slightly lower than sugar in carbs). However, the glycemic index of BochaSweet is ZERO; for erythritol it’s just ONE. And the crust is made from flax and powdered chia. We’ve published our Crustless Squash Pie recipe and our […]

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Nov 24

Clam Cakes

Recipes

This is a low carb recipe. Because I’m still borderline diabetic (until I get tested again), I’ve been experimenting with alternative flours. We’ll talk about them after the recipe and no, I’m not about to give you my life story. Don’t you hate recipes that do that? Ingredients 2 cups chopped clams, with juices (we […]

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Oct 20

The Apotheosis of Stupid

Editorials

If ever there was a time the world needed “smart,” that time might be right now. Why now? Well, for one thing, humanity is facing mass extinction. And you must consider this: it didn’t start with stupid. It started with greed. We’ve talked about climate change in two articles: Global Climate Change Climate Change Denial […]

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Aug 05

Baked Radishes With Cheese and Bacon

Recipes

This one surprised me. I’m trying to keep my carbs down, and I’m not that much a fan of radishes. But, like Vasco da Gama, when it comes to food, I’m willing to explore all routes to lowering my carbs. This is a bachelor recipe, so no measuring. Ingredients 3 or 4 bunches of radishes […]

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May 12

What I Don’t Know About Diabetes Could Fill an Encyclopedia

Diabetes

We’ve been writing about diabetes and metabolic illness for some time now. Many of our recipes are hypoglycemic, especially our vinaigrettes, and our recipes use alternative sweeteners, except for breads which need actual sugar to help the yeast (otherwise, the only sugar you’d find in my home is organic turbinado sugar for the hummingbird feeder) […]

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Aug 07

Oral Chelation — The Other Side of the Story

Cardiovascular Care

by Garry F. Gordon, M.D.,D.O.,M.D.(H)From our book Bypassing Bypass, published in 2002 Recently, it has become generally recognized that atherosclerosis involves chronic inflammation and most heart attacks and strokes are believed to be due to blood clots, because of the resulting hypercoagulability. In this new paradigm, I believe that some carefully and rationally developed oral […]

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