Blizzard of Recipes | Getting Ready For The High Holidays
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CHICKEN & TURKEY
With Rosh Hashana starting in just 2 1/2 weeks
we thought we'd add more recipes to our Chicken & Turkey Directory
You can also use theses recipes year round.
The MEAT DIRECTORY has recipes using veal, beef & lamb.
The DAIRY & PAREVE DIRECTORY has lots of recipes for your Yom Tov meals.
PRE-ROSH HASHANA PRAYER FOR YOUR CHILDREN
It is customary to say this prayer 'Achos Ketana'
before lighting candles on the 1st night of Rosh Hashana
This isn't just a calendar - it's packed with lots of important information
Answers to your holiday kitchen questions, health issues & lifestyle
Some foods that we think are healthy can be sneaky little diet wreckers.
The period of time before menopause is called perimenopause.
Visit: How To Deal With Perimenopause
The average age of menopause, when a woman's period stops, is 51,
but hormonal changes that precede menopause may start as early as 35
& last anywhere from a couple of months to several years.
Visit: How To Deal With Menopause
Our bones remain strong until we hit our 30's
- Bones slowly begin to thin out
- In women, this process accelerates after menopause
- There are ways to slow down the process
- The proper vitamins, diet & exercise can give you the maximum bone strength & boost your bone density at any age
Visit Keep Your Bones Strong
to find out how you can slow down the process.
Calcium is needed for strong bones
but vegans don’t eat Dairy or Fish.
So how do they get enough calcium?
Believe it or not, there are many foods that have calcium.
Black Strap Molasses has the most calcium for those on a vegan diet.
To find out about more foods with a lot of Calcium visit Calcium For Vegans.
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