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via Harvard Study – Why I’m Eating More Yogurt.
A little over three months ago I attended a wedding. When the pictures from a number of sources started showing up I noticed something that disturbed me.
“Who is that old fat guy?”
It was time to get serious, again. The last time I got serious the scales tipped over 370 pounds. I say “over” because I stopped weighing myself when the scale hit 370. I was twenty years old. So I got serious and lost over 200 pounds. After nine months of employing strict lifestyle changes I got down to 163.
Pictures don’t lie (unless they were Photoshopped). I needed to drop a few pounds.
At weigh-in this morning the scale showed 187. I’m 13 pounds lighter than I was at the wedding.
Must be the yogurt.
- 1/4 cup fresh lime juice (about 3 limes)
- 1 medium Valencia orange, juiced
- 4 garlic cloves, smashed
- 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon dried cilantro
- 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil
- 1/4 cup canola oil
- Salt and pepper
For Father’s Day I had to fire up the grill but I didn’t want to repeat the Iki Marinade which we use more than frequently. I got online and started searching “Lime Marinade”. Use this search term if you want to get instantly overwhelmed by the number and variety of lime juice based marinades. So I gave up and made my own. I’m sure if you search far and wide enough I’ve probably “stolen” most, if not all, of the ingredient list from some other food blogger trying to make a living stealing recipes from other food websites, changing one ingredient, and calling it an original. So if you feel this marinade is your property I apologize up front. Any resemblance to your recipe is a pure coincidence.
I marinated some petite sirloins and boneless chicken thighs. I think this marinade works better with chicken.
The propane tank ran dry before I finished cooking the meats.
If you have a propane gas grill, keep a stove top grill or griddle around. You can always finish the grilling indoors which is what I had to do. Try fresh cilantro. I used dry because I didn’t have any fresh on hand. If you like your marinade a little sweeter, add another tablespoon of brown sugar.
My little green tomato has a new little buddy. The leaves and stalks eaten by the flea beetles have wilted and died off the vine. Our friends from across the street have experience with garden tomatoes. I was warned about squirrels and birds.
Updated Guidelines for Knee Osteoarthritis
Many nonsurgical treatments are touted as being able to ease the symptoms of knee osteoarthritis, but which ones really work? Last year, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) issued revised recommendations, updating its 2009 guidelines. The group made two important changes that may affect the way you manage knee osteoarthritis.
- First, if you use acetaminophen (Tylenol) for osteoarthritis pain relief, take no more than 3,000 mg per day. The AAOS formerly advised not exceeding 4,000 mg daily. The change was made to reflect the Food and Drug Administration’s current guidelines for safe use of acetaminophen.
- Second, the AAOS found insufficient evidence that intra-articular hyaluronic acid provides significant symptom relief for knee osteoarthritis so the organization no longer recommends the therapy.
The AAOS continues to give a thumbs-up to some familiar commonsense strategies, such as exercising and a minimum 5 percent weight loss for people whose body mass index (BMI) is greater than 25.
Other highlights: The AAOS is unable to recommend for or against the use of bracing, growth factor injections and/or platelet-rich plasma knee osteoarthritis. In addition, although acupuncture continues to grow in popularity, there is not sufficient scientific evidence to support its use in patients with knee osteoarthritis.
Published online in Treatment of Osteoarthritis of the Knee. Evidence-Based Guideline, 2nd Edition, May 18, 2013
CRAP… posted to the wrong blog!
The tomato plant has been caged and sprayed with some environmentally friendly anti-flea beetle stuff. Look in the middle of the photo. TOMATO!
Someone gave my wife and several of her coworkers tomato plants. While some folks didn’t want to have anything to do with a tomato plant, the tiny, green six inch tall plant came home one night. It was re-gifted to me. I decided to stick it in a pot and see if I could grow tomatoes. The tomato plant got big real quick. Which brings me to Father’s Day. I never thought I would be out on Father’s Day buying a tomato cage and something to dissuade flea beetles from eating my plant.
Nothing in life is free. The bug stuff and cage cost over $15.00.
I have a classic case of the brown thumb and can kill any plant assigned to me for care. I hope I get some tomatoes out of this.