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You may not know this about me, but I spent some years living abroad and traveling the world when I was in my twenties. I fell in love with many foods- because I love food- including Middle Eastern Cuisine.
Today I’ve decided to share with you a simple but delicious salad. Fattoush is a traditional dish originally from Lebanon, which is where many of the best recipes come from in my opinion. This salad is made with simple ingredients that come together for a fresh, zesty, and healthy addition to any meal.
I searched and searched for a great recipe until I found this well-balanced recipe for fattoush here.
If you just have to get your fattoush fix right now, hit up the Jerusalem Mediterranean Cuisine which is here in Edmond. They have delicious food and their fattoush is on point.
Dr. Toni Twitty, owner of Be Well Acupuncture Edmond, OK is an highly respected expert Acupuncturist. She specializes in resolving pain, treating chronic conditions, and fertility. Learn more about Toni and get started on your road to better health at: www.bewellokc.com
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome, otherwise known as “spastic colon,” is a common disorder that affects the colon and causes many disruptive symptoms. Many of these symptoms can be managed with simple changes in diet and lifestyle. Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture may be able to help provide IBS relief. Many of our patients at Be Well Acupuncture suffer from this disorder but report that consistent acupuncture has eliminated or reduced IBS symptoms. Click here to read Shayla’s testimonial. continue reading