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Sending Korean Children Abroad

From Our Mailbag:

Dr Kim,

I know that this has nothing to do with health, but since you seem to enjoy writing about Korean culture, I thought I would ask...why is it that so many young children from Korea have attended our elementary school in the past 3 years? I have a cousin who is a teacher in Los Angeles and she tells me that the same thing is happening there.

Wendy Griffin
Vancouver, British Columbia Read more about Sending Korean Children Abroad

 

Refreshing Cucumber Salad Recipe

Ingredients:

1 large cucumber, peeled
1 large field tomato, diced
1/4 cup chopped fresh basil
1/4 cup finely chopped red onion
3 tablespoons house dressing, or 3 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar and sea salt, to taste

Directions: Read more about Refreshing Cucumber Salad Recipe

 

The Anti-Cancer Diet

In response to an article on ways to prevent cancer that I wrote a few weeks ago, several subscribers sent in letters asking for a specific anti-cancer diet, one that can be followed after receiving chemotherapy.

I recommend the following guidelines to people who visit our clinic looking to get stronger and healthier after a bout with chemotherapy: Read more about The Anti-Cancer Diet

 

Hospitals Serving Up French Fries Laden With Trans Fats

The Center For Science In the Public Interest (CSPI) released a special report on February 6, 2006 which indicates that many of the top hospitals in the United States are serving up French fries that are laden with trans fats.

The following chart indicates the number of grams of trans fat that were found in 6 ounces of French fries from McDonald's, 18 medical centers and hospitals, and the headquarters of the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Food and Drug Administration. Read more about Hospitals Serving Up French Fries Laden With Trans Fats

 

Vegetable Curry with Lemon Grass Rice

Ingredients:

1 and 2/3 cups of coconut millk
2 teaspoons of coconut oil
1 and 1/4 cups of vegetable broth
6-8 ounces of Yukon or new potatoes, quartered
4 ounces of baby corn cobs
2 teaspoons of raw/unpasteurized honey
6 ounches of broccoli florets
1 orange, yellow, or red bell pepper, seeded and sliced lengthwise
Sea salt and pepper (optional) Read more about Vegetable Curry with Lemon Grass Rice

 

Hotel Rwanda

I have to admit, this past weekend, my wife and I were
toast. Mentally and physically, we needed a break.

So we were grateful to get a call from the library on
Saturday morning saying that our request to borrow the
movie, "Hotel Rwanda" was ready to be fulfilled.

Let me tell you, although parts of this movie had us
in tears of sadness, it also left us deeply inspired.
Viewing this film really opened our eyes to some of Read more about Hotel Rwanda

 

Traditional Kim Chi Recipe

If you're looking for a healthy kim chi recipe, you've stumbled upon the right page on the world wide web.

This is a printer-friendly version of our recipe for healthy kim chi. For a look at this recipe in pictures, please view: Read more about Traditional Kim Chi Recipe

 

Carlson Cod Liver Oil

Carlson Cod Liver Oil

Over the past two weeks, I have received letters from a few of our newsletter subscribers that have expressed concern about some negative comments that have been made about Carlson cod liver oil.

More specifically, some people have expressed concern about the form of vitamin E that Carlson adds to their cod liver oil to preserve freshness. Read more about Carlson Cod Liver Oil

 

Traditional Korean Marriage Advice

From Our MailBag:

Dear Dr. Kim,

Thank you for sharing the article on choosing a life partner. I am not yet married, but want to get married in the near future. Your article really helped me clarify what I should be focusing on.

I'm just curious, can you tell me about the traditional Korean view of marriage and how Korean people usually pick a spouse?

Thank you very much,

Kathy Mcleod Read more about Traditional Korean Marriage Advice

 

Funny Valentine's Day Story From Korea

I find the way in which today's generation of Koreans celebrate Valentine's Day to be quite interesting and amusing.

In Korea, Valentine's Day is reserved for women to give chocolates and other presents to their boyfriends or men they wish would become their boyfriends. Read more about Funny Valentine's Day Story From Korea

 

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