in This Week's Issue:
|-One Week Until the Launch of NCI Insider.
-Calling All Restaurant Entrepreneurs.
-Recalls, Warnings, and Research.
|One Week Until the Launch of NCI Insider.
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|Calling All Restaurant Entrepreneurs.
|Steve - at
a recent stop in Jackson, WY, my
family and I had breakfast at a
restaurant that is worth crowing
about. In addition to the incredibly
tasty food and unusual accents to
common breakfast fare (see menu
below), what really blew us away about
Organic Cafe was
that almost every menu item was
available gluten-free and vegan. Two
members of my family have wheat
issues, so it was a pleasure to be
able to have so many wheat-free
options. The food was as good as any
restaurant breakfast we've ever had.
anyone is considering opening a
restaurant like Lotus, the mission,
menu, and ingenuity they embody would
be a great model. And if you do not
want to reinvent the wheel, ask them
Organic Cafe Menu
|Recalls, Warnings, and Research.
|So much to cover in so little space. Let's get
right to it.
a large study,
artificially sweetened soft drinks
increased preterm delivery in
Lowers breast cancer risk in large
Lowers severity of chronic back
pain, but so does placebo. Here's
A client asked us for our
opinion of this diet.
Although inulin (chicory
root) has myriad g.i. benefits,
too much can cause problems. If
you have begun to experience
excessive gas, diarrhea, and
bloating, and you do
not consume Splenda (sucralose),
check your food and fiber products
for inulin. If you're taking in
more than 5 grams daily, this may
be the culprit.
Whole Foods pulls
the fermented beverage from its
FDA issued its second warning
against treating leg cramps with
Quinine because it may result in
serious and life-threatening
hematologic adverse events.
Magnesium or magnesium, calcium,
potassium, may solve the issue.
The latest on recalls
of McNeil Pharmaceuticals'
Benadryl, Motrin, Rolaids, and
a happy, healthy day.
Steve, and the staff at Nutritional