Bus passengers' conversations are engaging, humorous, sad. I don't know how you'd rate this one. However, either the doctor wasn't clear in relaying his or her message, or he or she just didn't care. Ooor, some doctors believe if you don't ask questions why waste their breath.
Man 1: My sugar's high.
Man 2: So is mine.
Man 1: Doc said I eat too much sugar.
Man 2 : It's my mother's fault. She gives me cookies, puddin' and cake.
Man 1: I'm goin' back to… Continue
Added by mistressbinky on April 29, 2013 at 4:10pm —
I'm writing this blog because I witnessed a friend w/ diabetes become stressed w/ operating a baby gadget that is suppose to be simple. By the time she got situated, her blood sugar elevated. Before buying baby gadgets ask the following Continue
1. Do I need it?
2. Is it easy to operate?
If you're unsure, take inventory. Test equipment before buying. Is it difficult to handle or fasten? If you find it hard to carry or fasten don't get it. Most manufacturers don't care. They're just out…
Added by mistressbinky on March 19, 2012 at 11:00am —
I found wheat-free(2 carbs per serving) noodles at Whole Foods Market for $1.99. Noodles come in a pouch, enough for 3 servings. No cooking needed. Stir fry or sauté veggies and serve over Miracle Noodles. It's simple, fast, nutritious. If you're allergic to soy there's No Noodles made from yam flour.
Added by mistressbinky on February 27, 2012 at 5:29pm —
Keeping it Real with Karen McGovern-Owner of Rittenhouse Sports 1717 Chestnut St in Philadelphia
By Daily News staff writer Regina Medina
Q: Welcome to Keeping it Real, Karen. We know that you own and operate Rittenhouse Sports Specialties in Center City. Tell us a little about your background.
A: I graduated from Penn in 1983 with degrees in education and math. I competed in track - javelin, pentathlon [and] cross-country. I am the Irish National recordholder in the… Continue
Added by mistressbinky on February 3, 2012 at 10:00am —
This morning I picked nasturtium flowers at the neighborhood community garden. My sister said it could be use in salads, as cake decorations, enhance vegetables dishes, etc. Below is info on edible flowers. To decorate a cake you must make a sugar solution to dip flowers. I'll post the salad I made later. Enjoy…
Added by mistressbinky on October 11, 2011 at 10:30am —
Sitting in the vestibule was an Eat Raw flyer stating benefits, price, fund-raiser, and classes. Eat all you can eat for $35! Why would one want to eat hours on end? To think this chick was promoting healthy eating. So I continued reading ad's spill, "Learn about diabetes, cancer, arthritis..." Is she a nutritious? Is she knowledgeable on all types of diabetes, cancer, arthritis, side effects?
I eat healthy, along with being mindful about ingredients, preparation, portion control. I… Continue
Added by mistressbinky on September 19, 2011 at 5:49am —
While shopping in Whole Foods Market Continue
1. a woman eats from salad bar
2. a man stirs food at hot bar as if he's serving
3. a child sticks fingers in couscous
4. a man samples chicken wings, returns with same container to sample macaroni, then veggies.
If it doesn't come from behind the case handled by a server server, I'm not eating it. One day someone's going to spread some incurable contagious virus.
Yeah, I know we can fight bad bacteria, but I refuse to eat…
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Scroll down for more cornbread recipes.
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
1 cup cornmeal
1/3 cup all-purpose flour
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 egg, beaten
1 cup buttermilk
Combine dry ingredients; add beaten egg and buttermilk, mixing well. Pour into greased, heated 8-inch or 9-inch iron skillet. Bake at 400° for 20 minutes, or until… Continue
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-Don't flush or throw unused meds in trash
-Return all unused meds to pharmacy so they can dispose of them properly
-Disposing of meds improperly causes damage to our water system and harms wildlife/humans
Added by mistressbinky on September 5, 2011 at 9:29am —
Place insulin in egg compartment of frig.
Where should you place eggs? Keep eggs in carton and place on first or second shelf on the side (best place for eggs).
Egg compartment doesn't keep eggs cold enough.
Milk should also go on first shelf in rear (coldest area of frig).
Added by mistressbinky on August 27, 2011 at 9:30am —
If you receive an e-mail, USPS mail, etc. notice that calls you Dear User for a product that you use or own, don't respond. Better yet, even if they call your first or last name by name call them directly using the number you have on file and verify information. E-mail provider contacted me saying, "Incomplete details and wrong passwords forwarded may result in account closure for security reasons.
Kindly confirm by filling the information's below urgently for the exercise upon… Continue
Added by mistressbinky on August 27, 2011 at 5:00am —
Today, I received a call from my telephone provider (supposedly) crediting my bill for 15% of the total for a mistake made last month. Providing I give the solicitor my account number, the credit will appear next month. I told rep if I'm due a credit , he should know my account and name. He said,"I do know your name. It's M. Gordon." My mother didn't name me M. Gordon. I review my bill thoroughly every month and there's no mistake. Goodbye."
1. Your utility company will never call to… Continue
Added by mistressbinky on August 16, 2011 at 1:30pm —
Vitamin B12 is found in foods of animal origin, like meat, fish, eggs, and milk, and in some fortified ready-to-eat cereals. Brewer's Yeast may be fortified with Vitamin B12. Some animal products are high in cholesterol, eat in moderation. Brewer's Yeast can be bought by the pound @ Wholefoods ($7.99/pound) in the bulk section. It's called Brewer's Food and you can buy less than a pound. Store in jar after purchase. You can add it to meat oaf, cereal, smoothies, etc. Google recipes with… Continue
Added by mistressbinky on July 29, 2011 at 11:00am —
Vitamin D-bone loss, muscle weakness, low mental sharpness, possible risk of cancer
Symptoms-fatigue, depression, muscle/bone pain
Vitamin B12 - blood cell form incorrectly, anemia, memory loss…
Added by mistressbinky on July 28, 2011 at 6:30am —
The New York Times reported on a debt ceiling deal that would make deep cuts to Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security benefits without asking for an ounce of sacrifice from corporations and millionaires.
The bill would add millions to the unemployment rolls and deny medical care to the most vulnerable among us - including many of the people SEIU members care for on a daily basis.
It's up to us to stop this bill. You… Continue
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