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Keto Chicken Tenders

[ad_1] Kitchen Crew has been awarded a Blue Ribbon for Keto Chicken Tenders"With a little creativity, a good recipe doesn?t have to sacrifice flavor to accommodate eating Keto. Pork rind crumbs are an excellent alternative to traditional breading. They?re found at most grocery stores and pre-crushed ones can be purchased online. These chicken tenders are flavorful baked until the crust is crunchy and golden brown. It?s a recipe the entire
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Easy Homemade Ranch Dressing w/ Paleo Option!

[ad_1] By Kitchen Crew @JustaPinch 6 You absolutely won’t believe how easy it is to make a creamy ranch dressing at home. Our version adds lemon juice, hot sauce, and fresh parsley to brighten the flavors. This recipe is adaptable for different eating lifestyles. For Paleo, use a compliant mayo and swap the sour cream for full-fat canned coconut milk. To make this Keto-friendly, use almond milk or a slightly
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Perfect Hard Boiled Egg in 10 Easy Steps

[ad_1] By Kitchen Crew @JustaPinch 7 They pack protein into a salad, are a fantastic on-the-go breakfast and a necessity for making deviled eggs. Hard-boiled eggs are fantastic but can be intimidating. Overcook them and there's a green ring around the yolk. It's harmless to eat, but doesn't look pretty and is caused by boiling the egg too long. Follow these directions and you'll have the perfect hard-boiled eggs. [ad_2]
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Celebrity ads for diet aids should be banned, says top doctor

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Kim Kardashian West has promoted diet aids on social media Social media companies should ban "damaging" celebrity-endorsed social media ads promoting weight loss aids, England's top doctor has said.Some celebrities with large followings are promoting products such as diet pills and detox teas on social media.Prof Stephen Powis, NHS medical director, argues these products have a damaging effect on the physical and mental
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Dry January: Does it lead to binge-drinking in February?

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images An estimated 4.2 million people in the UK said they were planning to abstain from drinking in January - and the official Dry January campaign says it's designed to "reset" people's relationship with alcohol. So does a month off drinking help people form new habits, or is it likely to lead to a February binge?The idea that having a "dry" month leads to heavier drinking
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More veg, fewer burgers – can a family learn to like the planetary health diet?

[ad_1] "It's not veggie again is it? Can't we have some normal food, please, like lasagne?" This was the reaction of my 13-year-old daughter, Louisa, said with a teenager's sigh, when presented with beany enchiladas, a healthy vegetarian recipe from BBC Food. To be fair to her, beans have featured heavily in recent family suppers. We're following the new planetary health diet, or Eat-Lancet diet, devised by 37 scientists around
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Provide sanitary products free in all hospitals, says doctors’ union

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Two out of five hospital trusts and health boards in the UK do not give sanitary products to patients who need them, or only in emergencies, an investigation by the BMA has found.The doctors' union says pads and tampons are a basic need and should be available free to inpatients.But in some trusts, razors and shaving foam were handed out free while sanitary products were
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Opt-out organ donation shift wins backing

[ad_1] Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption"My only cure was a transplant"A shift to an "opt-out" system for organ donation has been backed by MSPs on Holyrood's health committee.They expressed support for the bill which would see a major change to the system in Scotland.At present, people must "opt in" by registering to donate their organs for transplants after they die.Under the bill before the Scottish Parliament,
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Pharmacists call for regular reviews of medicines

[ad_1] Image caption Patients handed in large amounts of unused drugs during an amnesty in Harrogate Patients are being encouraged to have regular medicine reviews with their pharmacist or GP.The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) says this could improve patient care, cut waste and save the NHS money.It says reviews are especially important for those who are taking 10 or more different medications.These can sometimes work against each other or cause