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Lentils Sylvia

Lentils Sylvia2 bags Red lentils (tastier than the green ones)2 medium Red onions (also called Bermuda onions) crushed or minced garlic (you will need two tablespoons)2 bags BABY carrots (sweeter than whole carrots)Bouillon or stock (meat-based or vegetable-based) 1) Put the lentils into a pot and let them soak in water  – overnight would be… Read more »

Muscles Love These Foods!

Muscles Love These Foods!Muscles like carbs — lots of them — especially if you’re doing intense or endurance exercise longer than 45 minutes. Carbs replenish glycogen reserves, the stored form of glucose that muscles crave. Healthy fats produce anti-inflammatory cytokines that help reduce pain and speed up healing, a boon for injured muscles. Try these food… Read more »

World War DC

World War DCAs you all probably know by now, there is a movie out called “World War Z” starring Brad Pitt.What you may not know is that he plays a character named after me, Gerry Lane. [I actually spell my name “Jerry Lane” but you know Hollywood, always concerned about a lawsuit]I am presently writing… Read more »

JAMA Suggests Chiropractic for Low Back Pain

JAMA Suggests Chiropractic for Low Back PainTo introduce my readers to this topic I need to inform you that one of the leading journals in medicine is the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).  To many, this journal is the voice of the American Medical Association.The chiropractic profession has had a long-term bitter relationship with… Read more »

Skin, Joint, and Back Problems Prompt Most Physician Visit

Skin, Joint, and Back Problems Prompt Most Physician Visits  Most patients without acute conditions see their physicians not because of diabetes, heart disease, or cancer but because of skin problems, joint disorders, and back pain, according to an article published in the January 2013 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings. Spurred on by healthcare reform, the… Read more »

Surgical Indicators for Low Back Pain

Surgical Indicators for Low Back Pain I recently read an article on the alternatives to surgery for back pain. The article discusses the cases of two men; Steve Pagani, a junior high principal, and David Fischer, an avid mountain biker. After suffering from back pain, both men sought the advice of Dr. Kenneth Light, a San Francisco orthopedic surgeon…. Read more »

Being a Generous Person Can Help You Live Longer!

Being a Generous Person Can Help You Live Longer!Generosity is an essential part of not just living longer but wanting to live longer.  It fuels the body with good energy and strengthens not just relationships, but the heart, immune system and your desire to be good to yourself, too! How does generosity benefit the giver? It… Read more »

Here are Dr. Lane’s top five foods for lowering blood pressure

Here are Dr. Lane’s top five foods for lowering blood pressure1. Asparagus: This vegetable is the number one choice for lowering blood pressure because it is rich in potassium. Although many other foods are high in potassium – bananas, citrus fruits, dried apricots, fish, whole-grain, legumes – asparagus is also a natural diuretic, which gives… Read more »

Cut Your Chance of a Second Heart Attack In Half

Cut Your Chance of a Second Heart Attack In Half As the epidemic of heart disease continues to kill and disable thousands upon thousands of people, it would only seem reasonable that most cardiologists would be up on what one could do to prevent a second heart attack. The literature aimed at heart disease states… Read more »

Women’s Urinary Symptoms May Mask Cancer

Women’s Urinary Symptoms May Mask CancerPrimary care physicians are more likely to view the first symptoms associated with urinary and kidney cancers in women — as opposed to men — to mild conditions, such as bacterial infections, according to a new study conducted in the United Kingdom.Researchers found that women with urinary tract cancers were… Read more »