Blog Monthly Archives: October 2016

When seeking a physical therapist best suited to treat your condition, it is important to carefully consider your specific needs and goals. The mindset that you are the CEO of your health care team will invariably increase your chances of a favorable outcome. With this mindset comes the responsibility of having hiring and firing capabilities as well as management, communication, and follow-through duties. To meet your management responsibilities, try jotting down any pertinent information during your appointment so that you … Read More

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are foods that look the same as naturally grown foods, but have had their genetic makeup altered in some way. Most often, this genetic engineering makes foods herbicide-tolerant or able to produce their own internal insecticide. Soybeans, for example, can be altered to make them resistant to the herbicide glyphosate. When the herbicide is sprayed on the fields, everything—except the soybean plant—is killed. Corn plants are also often injected with the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis, causing the … Read More

Hearty Beef Stew

The secret to this full-bodied stew’s incredibly rich flavor is in browning the beef and de-glazing with red wine to scrape up all the tasty tidbits. Double-down on flavor—and nutrients!—by using homemade stock instead of store-bought, and you made yourself the perfect winter meal. Key Nutrients: Vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin B3, omega-3 fats, vitamin B6, biotin, selenium, zinc, potassium, copper Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 90 minutes Yield: 8 servings   Ingredients: 2 pounds organic stew beef, cubed … Read More