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We are pleased to announce our brand new book, Favorite Foods. Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, gave this advice, "Let food be your medicine." Thousands of years later, it is truer than ever. Learn how foods can enhance your health. In Favorite Foods, Joe and Terry Graedon share:

  • Hundreds of foods to improve common ailments
  • Indexed by food and by health condition
  • Up-to-date research on using food for healing
  • Health benefits of the DASH, low carb and Mediterranean diets
  • Tips on how to choose and follow the best diet for you
  • Amazing success stories from readers of The People's Pharmacy
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Eating walnuts: I began eating walnut occasionally during the day-is there a time, like before each meal and how many do you eat?

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I look forward in reading your questions and answers every Monday in the Houston Chronicle.

PEOPLE'S PHARMACY RESPONSE: STUDIES USING 42 G/DAY AND 56 G/DAY OF WALNUTS HAVE SHOWN BENEFICIAL CHANGES IN BLOOD LIPIDS. THIS IS BETWEEN 1 AND 2 OUNCES DAILY. (A POSTAGE SCALE MIGHT BE HELPFUL.) KEEP IN MIND YOU'LL NEED TO CONSUME FEWER CALORIES FROM OTHER FOODS TO COMPENSATE FOR THE WALNUTS.

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