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Hyperlipid mini burgs — PALEOdISH Trust me…you won’t even miss the bun! Really…these burgers are so flavourful, you will want them to stand alone. I have always been a meat lover (steak yummmm), but since zeroing in on my diet and increasing my workouts I have become a CRAZY CARNIVORE!!! Preparing and cooking these tasty burgs are super easy and will satisfy those cravings ASAP. The next time I make these mini burgs, I am going to get more adventurous and experiment with elk, bison or maybe even wild boar~ who knows? Recipe type: appetizer Prep time: 5 mins Cook time: 20 mins Total time: 25 mins Serves: 4 Ingredients 1 pound lean ground beef or other meat of choicecoconut or olive oil- for cooking1/4 small onion- grated1/2 small zucchini- grated1/2 small carrot- grated2 cloves garlic- crushed3 tsp red curry paste ~*ISH1 tsp ground cinnamonground pepper to taste Instructions

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Food for the Brain Institute--UK Cholesterol and Mortality This study was published in Critical Care Medicine 2001 Aug;29(8):1563-8 Study title and authors:Relationship of hypolipidemia to cytokine concentrations and outcomes in critically ill surgical patients. Gordon BR, Parker TS, Levine DM, Saal SD, Wang JC, Sloan BJ, Barie PS, Rubin AL. This study can be accessed at: The objective of the study was to determine the relationship of cholesterol levels with clinical outcomes in critically ill surgical patients. Average cholesterol levels of the patients were extremely low: (i) Total cholesterol, 127 mg/dL (3.2 mmol/L) (ii) Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, 75 mg/dL (1.9 mmol/L) (iii) High-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, 29 mg/dL (.75 mmol/L) Clinical outcomes were related to whether the admission cholesterol levels were above (56 patients) or below (55 patients) 120 mg/dL (3.1 mmol/L). The study found: (b) Nine patients died during the hospitalization.

Show Me The Recipes! Recipe Index Click on the titles to be taken straight to the recipe page, or scroll down for the alphabetical listing of each recipe with description and picture to whet your appetite! (These categories are just guidelines of how and why I usually make these recipes, but there's no reason why you can't have roast beef for breakfast and pancakes for dinner!) BreakfastAlmond PancakesBacon-Wrapped Mini FrittataCoconut PancakesGrain-free Granola (Nola!) Appetisers & SidesCaveman Crab CakesChicken Liver PatéCoconut Curry SoupDips! MainsBaked Almond SnapperBaked Rainbow Trout with Cream SauceBaked TroutBeef Curry I & Beef Curry IICauliflower PizzaCaveman ChickenChicken EnchiladasChicken with Coconut Curry CoatingChunky Chicken BurgersCoconut Chicken CurryCoconut Crusted SalmonCorned Beef Silverside & Veggie GravyCreamy Coconut Beef CurryFrittata (Crustless Quiche)Frittata LorraineItalian Chicken & Beef SautéKanga & Bacon FrittataLamb, Basil & Garlic Roll-UpsLots'a Layers LasagneMeatza! OtherLard

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