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i keep eating junk food, what to do?

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Dr. Thomas Knecht
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Willpower: Hi. I sympathize, but you have to start living a healthy lifestyle if you don't want your unhealthy lifestyle to start catching up with you. It takes commitment, but but many of us have made the choice to live a healthy lifestyle, and love it. Eat healthy foods and exercise regularly FOR LIFE. Don't smoke. It's worth it. Good luck!

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Which foods are safer food choices?

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Organic foods: Locally sourced foods that are organically grown are a healthful choice. All fruits and vegetables have to be washed thoroughly prior to consumption and all meat and poultry product should be prepared on separate surface and kept at the recommended temperatures.
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Why should I avoid ready-to-eat food from salad bars, sandwich bars, smorgasbords and delicatessens?

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Food-borne illnesses: E coli and other food borne illnesses are more peeve leant on public food buffets. Food workers who do not wash, foods that my not be as cold or hot as they should be... Just to name a few...
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Why is ready-to-eat hot food safer if purchased steaming hot?

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May be: If food is hot, and properly cooked can be ok to consume.
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Should I take my medication with food?

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Food with med: Ask your pharmacist or your doctor for proper instructions.
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Which foods and food preparation techniques can make swallowing easier?

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Dr. Kristi Kohl
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Thicken or puree: There are several types of dysphagia, or swallowing problems. These can be diagnosed by swallowing studies. Problems with liquids can be helped by thickening the liquids. Problems with solids (especially dry solids) can be helped by using purees or softened foods.

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