Volume 5 - Issue 4
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Of more than 100 different kinds of arthritis, these are the most common: Osteoarthritis - Also called degenerative arthritis. Occurs when the cushioning cartilage in a joint breaks down.
Almost everybody over 60 will have some sign of OSTEOARTHRITIS in some part of their body, also known as “wear and tear arthritis.” It is caused by a breakdown of the protective layer that covers and cushions the ends of all bones.
These fatty acids otherwise known as fish oil and salmon oil are often sold as separate products. They reduce inflammation, fight arthritis, and protect against heart disease.
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Oven Fried Chicken
Corn cereal crumbs and crushed crackers create a delicious coating. The yogurt tenderizes the chicken. A light spray of olive oil before baking guarantees lightly crispy results.
Combine the crackers and corn cereal crumbs, sesame seeds, cayenne, and garlic powder in a shallow bowl. Reserve.
In a large bowl, combine egg whites, yogurt, Dijon mustard, and salt. Add the chicken pieces and coat thoroughly with the yogurt mixture.
One at a time, dip the chicken pieces in the cracker mixture, packing crumbs onto chicken. Arrange the chicken on a baking sheet and spray lightly with olive oil cooking spray.
Bake for 45 to 50 minutes, or until juices run clear when chicken is pierced with a knife.
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Oven Fried Chicken
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As readers of this Chronicle are aware, prudent exercise benefits those who suffer from arthritis. Most of the exercise recommendations made here are low impact in nature and designed to assist those who suffer from arthritis. Nonetheless, we always recommend that you consult with your physician before engaging in any type of exercise program.
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