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Riverfront Farmers Market hosts 4th annual jalapeno eating contest

Riverfront Farmers Market hosts 4th annual jalapeno eating contest
Elizabeth Pettyjohn enjoys a jalapeño during the Burlington Riverfront Farmers Market's fourth annual jalapeño eating contest Thursday at the Port of Burlington. Contestants had three minutes to eat as many peppers as they could after only eating one …
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Eating steak or salmon every day could be 'as good as giving up smoking'
Eating a small steak every day could be as good for you as stopping smoking, scientists say. People who eat lots of protein-rich food were found to have lower blood pressure and more healthy arteries, significantly lowering the risk of heart attack and …
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Dacapos Reviews

1141 E 11th St
Average Rating: 4 out of 5 (111 Reviews)

Review by Tiffany C.
My mom bought my baby shower cake here and it was amazing! Honestly one of the best cakes I’ve ever had. She got a vanilla cake with raspberry jam- we had…
Rating: 5

Review by Ken H.
We were having a get together of a book group from years ago. Only four of us remain. With my wife there were five in the group.This place was recommended…
Rating: 4

Review by Michelle C.
Cute little place in the Heights. I ordered Dutch Apple pie and my husband got the chocolate pecan pie. Both were excellent. Will have to go back and try…
Rating: 3

Help the hungry by eating out Aug. 25

Help the hungry by eating out Aug. 25
Here's a list of participating restaurants, along with the times people wanting to help SnowCap should eat. In order for your dinner to count toward SnowCap, you have to present the coupon referring to the SnowCap fundraiser. Present this to staff when …
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Warning dieters: Surrey scientists find eating 'on the go' can trigger overeating
In a new study, researchers from the University of Surrey have found dieters who eat 'on the go' may increase their food intake later in the day which could lead to weight gain and obesity. The findings from the study also showed that eating while …
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Alanis Morissette addresses struggles while recovering from eating disorder
The Ironic singer explained: 'I've been so disassociated for most of my life, and it's shown up in various forms like eating disorders and not having boundaries around having sex as a young person and just not being aware of boundaries and having a lot …
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Nutrition — Diet-to-Go Gets Out in Front of New Dietary Guidelines

Lorton, VA (PRWEB) May 15, 2015

Diet-to-Go, a 24-year leader in healthy, diet meal delivery has just released a full menu update, ahead of HHS/USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015, expected later this year.

Keeping pace with leading nutritional science and the anticipated Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015, Diet-to-Go has updated its menu to include more protein, healthy fats and quality carbohydrates while further reducing sugar and sodium. The updated menu also offers more sustainable and locally sourced foods and wider variety of meat-free choices. While the menu continues to be focused on weight loss through daily calorie management, the recent menu updates promote hypertension management, as well as diabetes prevention and management.

“Our promise is to deliver great tasting meals that regulate daily calories, for effective weight loss. But, we also have a responsibility to make these meals as healthy as we can”, said Hilton Davis, founder and CEO. “Our completely refreshed menu follows the most widely accepted thinking in nutritional science and responsible food sourcing. It also happens to taste better than ever.”


The updated menu is now available online. New customers can find the menu and meal plan choices at

About Diet-to-Go:

Diet-to-Go has been in the weight-loss business for more than 24 years and is a leader in providing healthy, meal-based weight loss solutions. Offering a range of calorie regulated meal plan options, Diet-to-Go helps customers lose weight and learn how to keep it off through a common-sense approach to healthy eating.

With meal preparation facilities in Northern Virginian and Los Angeles, Diet-to-Go offers direct to home delivery throughout the contiguous 48 states and a fresh, never frozen local service in the Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay areas. Learn more by visiting or by calling Rachel Lynch at 800-743-7546 ext. 1100.

Happy Fatz

Happy Fatz Reviews

3510 White Oak Dr
Average Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (391 Reviews)

Review by Charles M.
Let’s start with Kelly, the manager, and how he waited for me to come shortly past closing time tonight. He and Rachael bent over backward to make my first…
Rating: 5

Review by Sean B.
This is the best kept secret in the Heights for breakfast as its never too busy like some other places nearby. My group and I have been going here…
Rating: 5

Review by david p.
Can’t believe I haven’t written a review before. My partner and I gave been coming here since it first opened. His go to is the Al Capone, mine is the…
Rating: 4

Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think

Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think

Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think

In this illuminating and groundbreaking new book, food psychologist Brian Wansink shows why you may not realize how much you’re eating, what you’re eating–or why you’re even eating at all.

• Does food with a brand name really taste better?
• Do you hate brussels sprouts because your mother did?
• Does the size of your plate determine how hungry you feel?
• How much would you eat if your soup bowl secretly refilled itself?
• What does your favorite comfor

List Price: $ 16.00


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Baba Yega Cafe

Baba Yega Cafe Reviews

2607 Grant St
Average Rating: 4 out of 5 (487 Reviews)

Review by Kathleen B.
Coming to this restaurant for brunch, I was hesitant. Geez, 25 bucks for breakfast?! Well my friends, Baba Yega is amazing.

I decided to come here with a…
Rating: 5

Review by Coco M.
Came here for brunch with every intention on getting a salad but the waiter mentioned the breakfast buffet and of course I saw bacon… so the buffet won…
Rating: 3

Review by Brittany R.
First of all I wish every place had valet parking that was tips only. Take advantage of it folks.
It was packed, but we were able to get seating on the…
Rating: 5

Kids Stay At No-Cost At Select Unlimited Vacation Club Resorts

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) May 13, 2015

For a great beach vacation without the crowds, book a trip for late August or fall. Members of Unlimited Vacation Club (UVC) by AMResorts can take advantage of the Kids Stay Free promotion, good at family-friendly resorts in top beach destinations, where the weather is glorious all year-round.

The Kids Stay Free promotion invites members to reserve their stay at Dreams, Now and Sunscape Resorts & Spas, where up to two children can stay, play and eat for free when staying in the same room as two paying adults. Participating resorts are located in sun-drenched destinations in Mexico, the Caribbean, and Costa Rica.

Kids Stay Free is valid on new reservations at all Dreams, Now and Sunscape Resorts & Spas for travel from August 22 through December 23, 2015, with blackout dates in November. This offer is subject to availability and can be combined with other offers. Members must log into the Unlimited Vacation Club’s Special Offer page to learn additional details. Restrictions may apply.

At all Dreams and Now Resorts & Spas, guests can enjoy the Unlimited-Luxury® vacation concept, in which everything is included: 24-hour room and concierge services, limitless access to gourmet dining with no reservations required, unlimited top-shelf spirits at bars and lounges, pool and beach wait service, twice-daily maid service, a daily refreshed mini-bar, daily activities, nightly entertainment and more. Plus, UVC members have access to the popular Sip, Savor & See program, inviting them to enjoy dinner, drinks and live entertainment at other nearby participating UVC properties.

Sunscape Resorts & Spas offer lively, Unlimited-Fun® vacations, in which everything is included, from spacious accommodations to 24-hour access to food and beverage options at a variety of venues including à la carte restaurants offering health-conscious menu items and special kid’s menus, access to bars and lounges serving international and domestic brand beverages, concierge service, a 24-hour front desk and more. Resorts even offer a family check-in experience with a red carpet, welcome treat and resort passports for young guests.

Dreams, Now and Sunscape Resorts & Spas feature fully supervised children’s programs at the Explorer’s Club for children ages 3 – 12. Young guests can enjoy a variety of fun and educational activities, such as arts & crafts, playgrounds, rock-climbing walls, sandcastle competitions as well as movies on the beach, ocean trampolines and Euro-bungee. Activities vary by resort, and all Explorer’s Club staff members are Red Cross-certified. Select resorts also offer The Core Zone Teens Club, featuring land and sea adventures, video games, snack bars and nightly social events, or even activity programs designed for tweens and teens.

All participating resorts offer endless family-friendly activities day and night. Guests have access to pristine beaches as well as sparkling swimming pools, yoga, kayaking, snorkeling, Hobie cats, theme parties and more. After fun-filled days of activities, onsite world-class spas invite guests to relax and recharge with innovative treatments that combine indigenous and contemporary techniques.

For more information about UVC, visit

About Unlimited Vacation Club

Unlimited Vacation Club by AMResorts is an exclusive travel club providing VIP privileges at 37 luxurious AMResorts properties throughout Mexico, the Caribbean and Costa Rica. Through different participation levels — Pearl, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond — members can enjoy preferred rates, free nights and access to exclusive partner offers. AMResorts brands offer a variety of upscale travel experiences, from romantic, adults-only destination resorts to wellness retreats and family-friendly properties.

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John Cisna who lost 60lbs eating McDonald's is now a brand ambassador
After losing more than 60 pounds on an all-McDonald's diet, a high school teacher in Iowa has a new job too thanks to the golden arches. Last year, John Cisna spent 90 days eating McDonald's for breakfast, lunch and dinner as part of an experiment for …
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Sexual orientation, gender identity tied to eating disorder risk
Transgender and non-transgender lesbian, gay and bisexual college students seem to be at the highest risk for eating disorders, according to a new study. As reported April 28 in the Journal of Adolescent Health, the study involved students at 223 U.S. …
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10 Foods You're Probably Eating Wrong
Even if you eat plenty of fruits and veggies and already know about the latest and greatest superfoods on the market, that's only half the battle. The other half: understanding how to reap the biggest benefits from all that hard work. We asked a pair …
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Belle River mom dies from flesh-eating disease

Belle River mom dies from flesh-eating disease
Also thank you to the community for all the support and prayers given.” Officials at the Middlesex-London Health Unit could not immediately be reached for comment. Flesh-eating disease is formally called necrotizing fasciitis. There are 90 to 200 cases …
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Man's message for beachgoers after losing leg to flesh eating bacteria
FORT MYERS, FL- A Florida man is recovering after he lost his foot and part of his lower leg. Doctors say it was caused by flesh-eating bacteria that he contacted during a day at the beach. Now, lying in a bed on the fourth floor of Health Park …
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Beyoncé's Trainer Marco Borges on the Power of Plant-Based Eating
After her weight loss, Beyoncé and Borges created the 22 Days Nutrition Service, a direct-to-your-door meal delivery program based on Beyoncé's eating habits during that period of time. But with plates ranging from $ 10 to $ 15, many people were priced …
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Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link to Optimum Health

Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link to Optimum Health

Winner of the 2014 IACP Cookbook Award in the category of “Food Matters.”

The next stage in the food revolution–a radical way to select fruits and vegetables and reclaim the flavor and nutrients we’ve lost.

Ever since farmers first planted seeds 10,000 years ago, humans have been destroying the nutritional value of their fruits and vegetables. Unwittingly, we’ve been selecting plants that are high in starch and sugar and low in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants for more

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Man accused of eating woman's organs charged with rape

Man accused of eating woman's organs charged with rape
JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. – A southern Indiana man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and eating some of her internal organs is facing a rape charge in the attack. The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Kentucky, reports that a Clark County judge approved …
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Children with ADHD at Greater Risk for Binge Eating
Children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are at much greater risk of also having a loss of control eating syndrome (LOC-ES), an eating disorder similar to binge eating in adults, according to a new study by researchers at Johns …
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Body & Brains Monthly Workshops Offer Holistic Health Tips to Maximize Natural Healing

Gilbert, Arizona (PRWEB) May 01, 2015

Body & Brain announces “Healthier Together,” a new workshop series designed to help participants discover the secret to turn on their natural healing ability and improve their overall health. Offered in corporate and franchise centers across the country, each free event will address a specific area of concern that is a common health problem in the U.S. The topic for May is “Joint Health: Be Strong and Flexible.”

The “Healthier Together” campaign integrates the idea of togetherness, as it extends from body and brain within the individual to community, people, and ultimately the Earth. Through togetherness, healthier living becomes easier and more sustainable for all.

Based on the holistic system known as Brain Education, the monthly Body & Brain workshop topics include Joint Health, Back Health, Mindful Eating, Immune Health and more. According to Linda Yoonjin, PR & Marketing Manager for Body & Brain, “the “Healthier Together” workshop series teaches key principles and simple, yet powerful tools to maximize the body’s natural healing capacity and develop a healthier lifestyle.” All exercises and techniques are easy to apply to everyday life so that anyone can benefit from them and share with others to help them as well.

“Healthier Together” Workshops are free, and non-members are welcome. For more information, please contact a local Body & Brain center for workshop and open house dates.

About Body & Brain (formerly Dahn Yoga): Body & Brain Yoga & Health Centers, Inc is a national leader in health and wellness. This dynamic mind-body practice originated in Korea, and classes combine stretching, flowing movement, deep breathing exercises and meditation in a simple and easy to learn format which includes a unique emphasis on the brain as the determiner of health and wellbeing.

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Eats Mesquite Grill

Eats Mesquite Grill Reviews

418 N Sam Houston Pkwy E
Average Rating: 4 out of 5 (13 Reviews)

Review by Monica L.
Simple. Affordable. Delicious.
I did get the offer for 8.95 that came with a half pounder burger, seasoned fries and a drink + cheese. After the Easter…
Rating: 4

Review by Raul M.
This place is not far from my job so I come here for lunch every now and then. I almost always get the burger which is not the best but it’s big and a…
Rating: 3

Review by Danny L.
Good place for burgers! The beef patties actually have a distinct and smokey mesquite flavor to them which is awesome (hence the restaurant name!). I…
Rating: 3

Eats Mesquite Grill

Eats Mesquite Grill Reviews

13918 Hempstead Rd
Average Rating: 4 out of 5 (26 Reviews)

Review by Jay R.
Best food for lunch time I work near by and live near by so lucky me they deliver

Love the baked potato i highly recommend this place, very generous employees
Rating: 5

Review by Nhi H.
There’s not much of a selection around this area so this is good enough. When you work in Gunspoint, you have to adjust your expectations.

Their menu…
Rating: 3

Review by Hatem S.
Very good food. Place is clean and authentic. Ribeye steak Sandwich is good and huge. Salad bar is very good. But it is not too cheap as the ranking shows.
Rating: 4




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Man-eating inflatable Bucks mascot on the loose in Milwaukee
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Who was downloading smut in the office while eating ice cream?
On-call +NSFW Welcome back to On-call, our planned-to-be-fortnightly look at the things readers have been asked to do in the course of their employment, often at odd hours. This week, reader Guy* wrote to tell us about a gig he scored in the mid …
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Capital Area Food Bank, Washington Metro Areas Largest Hunger Relief Organization Announces Budget Increases for Senior Food Programs

Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 24, 2015

The Capital Area Food Bank today announced expansion plans for its three senior hunger programs: Grocery Plus (aka the Commodity Supplemental Food Program), the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program and the Senior Brown Bag Program. “More seniors in our region are struggling to make ends meet,” said Capital Area Food Bank CEO Nancy Roman, saying the reasons include the increased number of aging residents as well as the aftermath of the 2008 recession. “It’s our job to step into the breach and provide better, smarter access for as many of those as we can.” Senior hunger is higher in our nation’s capital than in all but three states, says a new national report on food insecurity by the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger. (Report “The State of Senior Hunger in America 2013: An Annual Report” released 4/23/15; full report available

The CAFB will position itself to reach more seniors in need with better food by

    Expanding service to low income seniors through its Senior Brown Bag program
    Expanding enrollment through its Grocery Plus program, including the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program
    Including more fresh fruits and vegetables in food provided monthly by both programs

A recent major gift in memory of Judith Shaffert will allow the CAFB’s Senior Brown Bag program to expand by 20% to serve 5,200 seniors across Washington, Maryland and Virginia. The gift covers the entire cost of the program, which provides income-qualified seniors with healthy food and nutrition education materials on a monthly basis at no charge. Seniors who are food insecure are 53% more likely to have a heart attack and 40% more likely to have a heart disorder, according to a recent NFESH report.

The Grocery Plus program provides 5,300 low income seniors living in the District with monthly packages of healthy groceries at no charge, including about 30-40 pounds of protein, whole grains and vegetables along with cooking and wellness tips. In summer, SFMNP farmers’ market vouchers for free produce complement the monthly food packages. The program looks to increase enrollment by expanding pickup site locations, and growing its partnership with DCOA under the leadership of Dr. John Thompson.

“The Grocery Plus program really has been a lifesaver to me,” said Dorthea Mary Timeyin, a D.C. resident. “As a senior living on a fixed income, the additional food helps to cut down on my monthly food bill; I can tremendously improve my eating habits and begin to use the ingredients to prepare healthy meals.”

The CAFB will celebrate Older Americans Month this May through its second annual Senior Strong campaign highlighting the resilience and resourcefulness of the seniors it serves. The public can support the campaign by donating on the website, (, following @foodbankmetrodc and posting photos of seniors using the hashtag #SolveSeniorHunger.

About the Capital Area Food Bank

The Capital Area Food Bank is the largest hunger relief organization in the Washington metro area, serving over 530,000 people through direct food distribution programs and a network of 500 partner agencies. This year, the Capital Area Food Bank distributed 42 million pounds of food – the equivalent of 35 million meals – one third of which was fresh fruits and vegetables. A member of Feeding America, CAFB takes a comprehensive approach to addressing hunger by increasing access to nutritious food, initiating change through skill-building and advocacy, and creating sustainability with outreach and training for those at risk of hunger. To learn more, visit:, or find the Capital Area Food Bank on Facebook at, and Twitter at @foodbankmetrodc.

For information about the Grocery Plus program for seniors living in Washington, D.C., visit or call 202-644-9880. For information about the Senior Brown Bag program, please contact Lavette Sims, Director of Distributions, Capital Area Food Bank at lsims(at)capitalareafoodbank(dot)org or (202) 644-9839.

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Unbound Families Living In Poverty: Are They Doing More Than You To Help The Environment?

Kansas City, Kan. (PRWEB) April 22, 2015

Humans are the most polluting species on the planet. The average American produces more than 4 pounds of waste every day.

And pollution doesn’t just impact the environment; it affects people too, especially those living in the developing world, who are often the most vulnerable to the effects of pollution and climate change.

But there is a solution to reducing our carbon footprint and it starts with small lifestyle changes. It relies on all of us working together to undo the damage.

Many families in the Unbound sponsorship program are now taking small steps to improve community health and restore the environment.

Maria, a former sponsored child through Unbound, is pursuing an environmental studies degree at an American university. When she graduates, she plans to return to Guatemala and work for an organization helping to clean up Lake Atitlan.

Maria has just been chosen for a summer internship where she will monitor Lake Atitlan’s ecology during in Guatemala with a government institution leading environmental programs to protect the lake.

Clean water is important to Maria because the village where her family lives relies on Lake Atitlan for its drinking water – the same lake where people wash their clothes, and bathe, where resorts drain sewage and boats dispose of oil.

Members of Maria’s family and community have been sickened by drinking contaminated water from the lake.

“I hope to learn how effective the program is for indigenous communities, specifically the clean drinking water problems,” said Maria. “I want to learn as much as possible about Lake Atitlan’s species and environmental problems so that one day I can work toward a solution to eradicate these problems.”

In addition to problems caused by contaminated water, pollution also leads to changes in the climate, which can have devastating effects on people living in poverty.

The Philippines is among the most vulnerable to the impact of global warming.

Thousands of families in the Unbound program lost their homes and livelihoods to typhoons and tropical storms in 2014.

To help mitigate the effects of weather, families and staff in the Philippines are now undertaking their own so-called “acts of green” to fight climate change.

Unbound’s Antipolo project has started a ‘Clean and Green’ initiative which teaches farming families new irrigation methods for rice paddies and corn fields. As a result, more and more families are shifting away from the kaingin (slash and burn) way of farming.

Families and elders in the program are devoting more time to cleaning up the streets, canals and rivers.

The Antipolo project has a tree-planting activity every year when families plant the seeds from the fruits they eat.

“We have planted and nurtured thousands of trees,” said Malou, Antipolo project coordinator. “They are growing in backyards, along the roads, rivers, in the parks, open spaces, foothills, watershed and shores in the communities served by our three subprojects.”

As land is lost to urban expansion, finding space for farming is difficult.

Because of this growing problem, Unbound staff in La Paz, Bolivia have implemented an Urban Agriculture Program, which teaches people how to grow crops even in their own tiny backyards.

Ruth Balderrrama, Unbound coordinator for La Paz project, said, “This program is much needed for families because it allows the mother to work from home without having to leave the children.”

Florencia, mother of a sponsored child, raises hens and grows vegetables.

“When you produce eggs and vegetables you don’t have to buy them at the market anymore,” said Florencia. “Now, I don’t have to beg for a few cents just to prepare a soup that didn’t even have the necessary nutrients for my children.”

Saving the planet is an overwhelming challenge, but it’s not out of reach. Even though people in the Unbound sponsorship program have limited access to resources, they’re using what they have in innovative ways to support their families and take steps toward economic sustainability.

Let’s follow their lead.

Unbound is the largest nonprofit in Kansas with more than $ 120 million in annual revenue. Unbound works side by side with people of diverse faiths in 21 countries, bringing people together to challenge poverty in new and innovative ways.

Unbound distributes direct aid as quickly and efficiently as possible to people who need it. 92.5 percent of Unbound’s expenses go toward program support.


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New Book shares A Doctors Prescription for Longevity and Survival

HAMMOND, La. (PRWEB) April 22, 2015

“An incredible number of people today are overweight, and many of them aren’t aware of many products that are detrimental,” said author Vincent N. Cefalu, Sr., MD. “Most people don’t realize the dangers of physical inactivity and the many dangerous over-the-counter products, environmental hazards and man-made toxins that exist. Furthermore, smokers in general don’t realize exactly how serious tobacco is.”

Inspired by his own success in losing weight along with the insights he gained in having performed over 1,500 autopsies, he pens “A Doctor’s Prescription for Longevity and Survival” (published by Xlibris) to help readers live fuller, healthier lives. In his book, Dr. Cefalu presents the perfect diet plan, along with tips on healthy eating. He unveils the unspoken truth about the dangers of obesity and diabetes, discloses a host of environmental hazards and toxins that should be avoided, and presents his views on energy drinks and dangerous over-the-counter drugs.

In writing this book, Dr. Cefalu strove to ensure that his many recommendations deal with real life situations instead of fantasies. Based on clinical experience and his own experiences with the deleterious consequences of having developed atherosclerotic disease from being over 400 pounds for over 30 years, “A Doctor’s Prescription for Longevity and Survival” presents a thoroughly informative guide to living a long and healthy life.

“A Doctor’s Prescription for Longevity and Survival”

By Vincent N. Cefalu, Sr., M.D.

Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 390 pages | ISBN 9781503556416

Softcover | 6 x 9in | 390 pages | ISBN 9781503556423

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About the Author

Vincent N. Cefalu, Sr., MD, graduated from Amite High School in 1966. He subsequently received a Bachelor of Science degree in zoology from Southeastern Louisiana College and a medical degree from Louisiana State University in New Orleans, accomplishing the latter in just three short years. He completed a one-year “rotating 0” internship at Earl K. Long Hospital in Baton Rouge and then moonlighted for many years in emergency rooms all over the state of Louisiana. He eventually held many professional jobs, practiced family medicine for 30 years, and held the position of coroner for 14 years at a midsized Louisiana parish. He is the author of three other books “Achieving So Much With So Little,” “Through a Doctor’s Eyes: Our Problematic System” and “Leveling The Playing Field In Spite of Myself.”

Xlibris Publishing, an Author Solutions, LLC imprint, is a self-publishing services provider created in 1997 by authors, for authors. By focusing on the needs of creative writers and artists and adopting the latest print-on-demand publishing technology and strategies, we provide expert publishing services with direct and personal access to quality publication in hardcover, trade paperback, custom leather-bound and full-color formats. To date, Xlibris has helped to publish more than 60,000 titles. For more information, visit or call 1-888-795-4274 to receive a free publishing guide. Follow us @XlibrisPub on Twitter for the latest news.


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