The McDougall Newsletter - July 2005
  July 2005   Vol. 4 Issue 07

The Annual Physical Exam – A Ritual to Be Avoided

My parents believed so much in the healing powers of medicine that as a child I was subjected to annual physical examinations at the University of Michigan Medical School.  For nearly half a day several highly trained professionals examined my body looking for the slightest indication that I might have the beginnings of a potentially fatal illness, such as cancer.  An analysis of my body fluids and excrements provided the final proof that I was in excellent condition – likely to survive until next year.

Favorite Five Articles from Recent Medical Journals

The Only Way to Lifelong Weight Loss

Neither Aspirin Nor Vitamin E Will Save Women

Vegetarians Don't Have Insulin Resistance or Metabolic Syndrome

Coffee Damages Artery Function – Another Mechanism for Heart Disease

Low-Fat, Low-Protein Diet Prolongs Life


Mary in Your Kitchen

During the hot summer months no one wants to spend their time confined to the sizzling kitchen.  We would rather be outside enjoying the warm weather, the long daylight hours, and our family.  Here are some of my quick to prepare, and conveniently served outside on the deck, favorites.  You will find these recipes in previous newsletters. You will also find other simple meal ideas in my Quick and Easy Cookbook.

Featured Recipes

White Bean Chili

Black Bean Dip

Fresh Spring Rolls

Vegan Tofu Mayo


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