National Peanut Butter Cookie Day 2018 is on Tuesday, June 12, 2018: Peanut Butter(safe or not)?

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 is National Peanut Butter Cookie Day 2018. Celebrate National Peanut Butter Cookie Day! - Tammilee Tips Peanut Butter Cookie Day!

Peanut Butter(safe or not)?

NO.

Keebler has recalled voluntarily Townhouse crackers and a few other things since they are processed in a plant that uses peanuts. The supplier is the same one that provides nuts to the companies where the samonella was found.

KING NUT peanut butter (in everything from commercial cookies, cookie dough, peanut butter and even the peanut butter crackers you buy in the store) is highly contaminated. King nut also supplies peanut butter for schools and institutions such as hospitals, day cares and the like. DON'T EAT IT.

The other peanut butter companies claim there brands are safe- the national brands like Jiff- however, I wouldn't risk it right now until they find the exact source and get it straightened out. It's not worth it. While Samonella in adults can be easily cured or ridden out, in small children like toddlers and school age kids it can be deadly.

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can any one tell me some good homemade puppy food recipes?

can any one tell me some good homemade puppy food recipes?

Doggy Hamburger Helper

1 cup hamburger meat, stir-fried in 1 tbsp canola oil

2 boiled eggs, chopped

½ cup cooked plain oatmeal

1 jar baby food green beans

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Healthy Homemade Meals for Dogs

1 jar baby food carrots

2 Tbsp cottage cheese

Combine all ingredients and serve at room temperature. A good doggy multivitamin/mineral supplement may be added for good measure. Be sure to store unused portions in a covered container in the refrigerator and discard any remains after 3 days.

Doggy Casserole

1 cup boiled poultry, chopped

½ cup cooked brown rice

½ cup boiled mixed vegetables

3 to 4 Tbsp unsalted chicken broth

(Note: Salmon may occasionally be substituted for boiled poultry, with chicken broth omitted.)

Stir together and serve at room temperature. A good doggy multivitamin/mineral supplement may be added for good measure. Be sure to store unused portions in a covered container in the refrigerator and discard remains after 3 days.

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Peanut Butter Pooch Cookies

21/2 cups whole wheat flour

¼ cup white flour

Read more at Suite101: Homemade Dog Biscuits: Treats for National Dog Biscuit Day

Stage 3 hypertension, Please help!?

Stage 3 hypertension, Please help!?

In contrast to the classification provided in the JNC (Joint National Committee) 6 report, a new category designated prehypertension has been added and stages 2 and 3 hypertension have been combined.

For individuals 40 to 70 years of age, each increment of 20 mmHg in systolic BP (SBP) or 10 mmHg in diastolic BP (DBP) doubles the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) across the entire BP range from 115/75 to 185/115 mmHg.

Renal artery stenosis may cause very high blood pressure.

The blood pressure reading of your mom is 186/100 mmHg. Pulse pressure is 186--100 = 86 mmHg. Optimum pulse pressure is 40 mmHg. A high pulse pressure may be a strong predictor of heart problems, especially for older adults. Generally, a pulse pressure greater than 40 mm Hg is abnormal.

Check the function of her kidney (for microalbuminuria, serum creatinine, blood urea nitrogen) heart (ECG & Echocardiography for left ventricular enlagement/hypertrophy) and retina (for hypertensive retinopathy).

Adopt DASH diet (Mediterranean diet). Eat a low-cholesterol, low-fat diet, which includes cottage cheese, fat-free milk, fish, vegetables, poultry, and egg whites. Use monounsaturated oils such as olive, peanut, and canola oils or polyunsaturated oils such as corn, safflower, soy, sunflower, cottonseed, and soybean oils. Avoid foods with excess fat in them such as meat (especially liver and fatty meat), egg yolks, whole milk, cream, butter, shortening, pastries, cakes, cookies, gravy, peanut butter, chocolate, olives, potato chips, coconut, cheese (other than cottage cheese), coconut oil, palm oil, and fried foods.

Consult a cardiologist / nephrologist.

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