Sharing a great post: Caramel Potato Chip Fudge

You can save this recipe to your own Recipe Box via ZipList. And they’ll take the ingredients from the recipe and generate a shopping list just for you accessible on your computer or mobile device! I use mine all the time.

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Sharing a great post: Creamed Pearl Onions and Peas

Woman's Day Con PoulosPicky eaters will appreciate this recipe of pearl onions, peas and scallions that are drenched in a creamy roux peppered with Dijon mustard and cayenne. Moms will love how easy it is to microwave frozen veggies and toss them in a simple sauce.

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Sharing a great post: Influenza RX Sorbet

"Our flu-season fix: proven to clear nasal passages, ease a sore throat, and soothe the body." When I came across this introduction to Jeni's Influenza RX Sorbet, I immediately got up to make it. Even with stuffy nasal passages, a sore throat, a tired body, and an aching head.

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Sharing a great post: Fungal Infections, Histamine Intolerance, and Mast Cells

Fungal infections, histamine intolerance, and mast cells have a crucial connection which is often overlooked as one source of histamine intolerance. It is common to talk about mast cells as part of an allergic (even anaphylactic) reaction.

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Sharing a great post: DIYChristmasCrafts : Everyday Gifts

*I posted this on my other blog a long time ago but this post has updated tutorial information and better photos. I’m posting the updated version on my Holiday Blog because this would make a great gift with the Bina Brianca PDF Manual printed out.

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Sharing a great post: Antibiotics and Crohn's Disease

Antibiotics are commonly prescribed for a variety of ailments. For Crohn’s sufferers, antibiotics can help lower the level of bacteria in the intestines, which can lessen the severity of symptoms.

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Sharing a great post: See comment in PubMed Commons below

PMID: 18020520 [PubMed]

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Sharing a great post: Large study identifies exact gut bacteria involved in Crohn's disease

Source: Cell Press Summary: While the causes of Crohn's disease are not well understood, recent research indicates an important role for an abnormal immune response to the microbes that live in the gut.

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