Tracey Eakin
Plant-Based Nutrition Counselor

October 2015


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Everything in Moderation?

If you've ever heard Caldwell Esselstyn, MD of the Cleveland Clinic speak, or have read anything he has written, you know his answer...

"Moderation kills."

Reducing intake of cholesterol and saturated fat will not eliminate the #1 killer of Americans.

Health authorities recommend a total cholesterol level of 200 mg/dL.  The 26-year follow-up of the Framingham Heart Study demonstrates that there is a 35% chance of a cardiac event in people with cholesterol levels between 150 and 200.  This translates to millions of needless deaths from following a guideline people trust will keep them safe.

"We cannot continue to have public and private organizations on the forefront of health leadership recommend to the public a dietary plan that guarantees that millions will perish from the very disease the guidelines were supposed to prevent."  Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., M.D.

Total cholesterol levels below 150 without medication are possible with a whole food, low-fat, plant-based lifestyle.

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So I Guess This is What Happens at Halloween When You Raise Vegetarian Children...

Hot Skillet Salad
By Susan Voisin, FatFree Vegan Kitchen

Susan asks that her recipes not be reproduced.  Just click on the link above for a delicious entree.


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My Non-Stick Pick

Thanks to my good friend, Caroline Graettinger, Garden Dish's Chief Vegecator, I was introduced to my new, favorite addition to my kitchen.
I've spent untold amounts of money on non-Teflon, "non-stick" skillets.  They all start out non-stick, but quickly loose their effectiveness.  This griddle is pricey, but pancakes never stick and hash browns are a breeze!  Clean-up is just as easy.  It was worth the money.  Twice a year, All-Clad has a factory sale where you might be able to pick one up at a discount.
I hope they add a large wok to this collection.  For more information, click the following link:

All-Clad Hard Anodized Collection
Logo by David M. Bowers

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