Whether you like yours brined or unbrined, stuffed with cornbread or sausage, in drumstick or leftover-sandwich format, it all starts with the turkey. Today’s turkey-lover has two choices: The supermarket bird, an artificially giganticized product of careful breeding and industrial farming methods, and the wild turkey, which hasn’t evolved much since the first Thanksgiving. 23 more words
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For more than two years, we are providing patients with snack box, while they are on Hemodialysis. The snack usually contains either (chicken and egg , vegetable or jam sandwich) plus 1 fruit exchange and (200 ml low potassium fruit beverage). The snacks provide approximately 287-430 calories, and 6 to 20 grams protein. Our concern now is: increasing the size of the sandwich as patients are hungry. Do you think increasing snack size might affect the patient's clinical condition such as developing hypo-tension? Also if we want to add more variety of sandwiches, what do you recommend us to provide?
I would not consider myself as an expert in dialysis associated nutrition. In my own unit, however, I have always permitted and encouraged eating while on dialysis. 237 more words
The market for gluten-free products is rising like bread in an oven—assuming that bread is rising really, really fast.
Shoppers are now spending nearly $9 billion per year to get gluten out of their groceries, up more than 60% from 2012, according to the consumer research firm Mintel. 702 more words