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Thursday 15 MINUTE MEAL: CREAMY TUSCAN BASIL GARLIC SHRIMP! Seriously so delicious…perhaps the best meal I’ve made in a while. Minimal ingredients, one pan (except for the pasta), and super full of flavor! Check my stories for a step by step. I served this with some pasta, but it’s amazing on its own or served over some veggie noodles or roasted veggies. Without the pasta it’s also keto, Whole 30 and paleo friendly. It’s been super chilly here and cozy meals like this are hitting the spot. Also, based on your responses to my story yesterday, I’m thinking of starting a meal prep series. Is this something you’d be interested in? Happy Thursday loves!



Deets: sauté 1/2 cup diced onion, 2 cloves minced garlic, 1/4 cup chopped bell pepper in 2 teaspoons coconut oil over medium heat. After about 2 minutes add 1/2 pound of frozen wild shrimp, 1/3 cup chopped tomatoes, 1/4 cup chopped basil and cook for another 3-4 minutes. Add 1 cup full fat coconut milk, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/4 teaspoon pepper and 1 teaspoon coconut aminos. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to medium low and allow to cook for another 5 minutes. If you’re serving with pasta, then add cooked pasta and toss. I added some steamed spinach and more chopped tomatoes. •


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NASTY NATE WORKOUTS (CHEST + TRI)

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60 min chest and tri workout that alone has time for! long sessions don’t always equal the most progress.

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Juul Sued by California for Targeting Teens

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TUESDAY, Nov. 19, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Juul, the top-selling maker of e-cigarettes in the United States, is being sued by California for allegedly targeting teens with it early marketing campaigns.

The lawsuit, filed Monday, also alleges that Juul’s website didn’t previously adequately verify customers’ ages, the Associated Press reported.

This is just one of many legal battles for Juul. It’s the focus of numerous state and federal investigations into whether its early marketing campaigns helped trigger the teen vaping crisis in the United States.

Juul denies that it marketed to teens and notes that it’s stopped advertising and taken most of its flavors off the market, the AP reported.

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Recalls of Blood Pressure Med Took Toll on Patients’ Health

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WEDNESDAY, Nov. 20, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Emergency room visits for high blood pressure surged following last year’s recall of the popular heart drug valsartan, Canadian researchers report.

Within the first month of the recall, there was a 55% increase of people coming to Ontario-area emergency departments complaining of high blood pressure, said lead researcher Cynthia Jackevicius. She is a senior scientist with the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, in Toronto.

Some of these patients likely were valsartan users who stopped taking the blood pressure med after seeing scary recall news citing a potential carcinogen found in some lots of the drug, Jackevicius said.

“Nine out of 10 did have an alternative replacement” for valsartan within three months. “However, that means that one out of 10 did not,” Jackevicius said.

“That’s a little bit concerning, that some of these patients may have either been confused or concerned, and decided not to switch to another medication,” she added.

The recall occurred in July 2018 in both Canada and the United States, after generics maker Mylan Pharmaceuticals detected trace amounts of a probable cancer-causing chemical called N-nitrosodiethylamine (NDEA) in valsartan meds.

It was an unusually large recall that involved intense media interest, and Jackevicius and her colleagues wondered how it might have affected the drug’s users.

So they turned to Canadian prescription and medical records to track how valsartan users responded to the crisis.

Dr. Mary Norine Walsh, a past president of the American College of Cardiology and a cardiologist at St. Vincent Heart Center of Indiana, said, “It’s really interesting data, because my assumption would have been in Canada and the U.S. that substitution was made pretty much instantly.”

That’s what happened — mostly.

Within one month, 85% of patients had a new prescription for an alternative to their generic valsartan, Jackevicius said. By three months, 90% had a prescription for a different blood pressure drug.

But that left 10% of patients with recalled valsartan who hadn’t been prescribed an alternative, Jackevicius noted.

“Maybe they heard about the recall on the news and never went to their physician or clinician to get a substitution,” Walsh said.





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