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CME slides:

My grand rounds CME slides are now available on Picasa--click the blue box on the top of the right hand column.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Tooting my own horn.

One more post.   I wanted to share the PDF of the Samaritan's Heart to Heart magazine that I was profiled in along with one of my patients.

Link (big PDF)

Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Here is a great recipe for cauliflower crust pizza. After the link I will give you my own tweaks.

I used a cheese grater and avoided the stems. It looked like rice after I was through. I must warn you, it makes a lot of cauliflower rice. We had a total of six 10-11 inch pizzas from this I used a bit less parmesan cheese and more cauliflower and I added a tablespoon or so of olive oil to the mixture. Sautéing the vegetable toppings is key. I really felt like this was as good or better than regular pizza. It did not seem like I was settling for anything. I just used the Contadina squeeze bottle sauce (yet, it has corn syrup, but overall sugar levels are low in it).

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This is a Great Infographic

This is a very large infographic I came across, and I plan on putting it up in my exam rooms. It summarizes pretty much everything you need to know regarding the reasoning behing a lower carb diet.

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