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Turn Your Kitchen Into a Clinic

Comments by J. C. Spencer

Bowl of Sugar Illustration The art of cooking for your health is called CULINARY MEDICINE by the U.S.NEWS and World Report. Here is how they address diabetes in the kitchen. Add to this plan throwing sugar bowl away. Better yet, replace it with a bowl of the sugar trehalose. According to this article you have the possibility for improving or reversing diabetes. Here is a part of that article.

Turn Your Kitchen Into a Clinic By Lindsay Lyon

John La Puma is a doctor, a chef, and a big believer in "culinary medicine," which holds that the art of cooking can be scientifically applied to fight disease. La Puma, who taught the first cooking and nutrition course for medical students in the country at SUNY Upstate Medical University-Syracuse, explains in a new book written with Rebecca Powell Marx, ChefMD's Big Book of Culinary Medicine: A Food Lover's Road Map to Losing Weight, Preventing Disease, and Getting Really Healthy, how everyone can add "medicine chests" to their kitchen pantries. He spoke with U.S. News about the book, in which he offers foods to eat for 40 conditions, plus 50 easy recipes to try. Edited excerpts:

Diabetes. Probably the most important foods for diabetics are anything containing bran, because bran effectively and almost immediately lowers blood sugar. Same with foods that are high in magnesium like barley, almonds, and buckwheat. And anyone who lives in the Southwest or Latin America will be familiar with "nopal," the prickly pear cactus. It's a green vegetable that's a little crunchy, sometimes found in bottles, and a little slimy. Amazingly, there was a study in the Archives of Internal Medicine in which type 2 diabetics were fed chilaquiles (a Mexican breakfast dish) with nopales, and it had a dramatic and direct effect on lowering blood sugar.

May 20, 2008
http://health.usnews.com/articles/health/living-well-usn/2008/05/20/turn-your-kitchen-into-a-clinic.html

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