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Linda Harvey

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Re: Cinnamon !
12/10/2007 6:12:07 PM
Here is the cinnamon sauce receipe for anyone

2 tablespoons corn starch (corn flour)
1 - 2 cups milk (depending how thick it becomes in
     different elevations
cinnamon
sugar to personal sweetness

Method:
In a saucepan add the corn starch, pour milk in a little
at a time and stir (corn starch has that funny consistancy when liquid added and if too much at one
time will lump up - it all needs to be wet and stirred well before you start to cook it)
Add cinnamon (I use about 2 teaspoons)

Place on the burner and stir the whole time. Just before
it starts to boil, take off the heat and stir quickly as
it starts to thicken very quickly and at this stage can
turn lumpy.  When the sauce has thickened (You can add more milk if too thick)
Add sugar to your taste.
Place back on lower heat on the burner and let it
simmer for a few minutes while still stirring to cook
it through.


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Linda Harvey

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12/10/2007 6:27:39 PM
A Little Goes A Long Way
 

Even a very modest amount of exercise might be better than none at all when it comes to preventing disability from arthritis, according to research published in the December 2006 issue of the journal Arthritis & Rheumatism. The study followed more than 3,500 U.S. adults with arthritis.

Researchers found that those who were getting some regular physical activity at the study's start were less likely than their sedentary peers to develop worsening problems with walking, climbing stairs and other daily activities.  In addition, exercisers were more likely than inactive adults to show improvements in any mobility problems they had at the outset. The findings were published in the journal Arthritis & Rheumatism in December 2005.

The new findings suggest that even modest levels of exercise can help prevent disability from arthritis, or even reverse it in some cases. Study participants who got less than 30 minutes per day of moderate activity or less than 20 minutes of vigorous exercise, were still less likely than inactive arthritis sufferers to show functional decline over time.   

In the study, participants were divided into three groups based on their reported leisure-time activities at the start of the study: an inactive group, an insufficiently active group, and a group that got the recommended level of exercise for adults - at least 30 minutes of moderate activity like walking or gardening on most days of the week, or 20 minutes of vigorous exercise like running or swimming.  

Overall, adults in this latter group were 41 percent less likely to show functional decline over the next 2 years than their inactive peers were. The risk reduction was almost as great for those who exercised at a less-than-ideal level. The researchers wrote that: "Given the high prevalence of arthritis, even modest increases in rates of lifestyle physical activity among older adults could make a substantial contribution to disability-free life expectancy."  They also noted that it is always a good idea for sedentary people with arthritis to consult their doctor before taking up any activity.

As with most all health related issues, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.  Have you had your ounce of prevention today?

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Re: Cinnamon !
12/10/2007 6:37:14 PM
Thanks for the information Linda Leslie
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Re: Cinnamon !
12/10/2007 6:37:21 PM
Hi Linda,

Here is another receipe I have made up especially
if you like the chocolate coconut joybars..

This makes up to a 14 inch X 8 inch slice tin

1/2 box graham cracker crumbs
add cinnamon for extra flavour
1/4 lb butter
1 cup coconut (more if desired)
1 tin condensed milk
1 cup dark chocolate chips or drops

Method:
In a bowl - Add cinnamon to cracker crumbs and stir in
Melt butter and mix until all crumbs are moist
pour out into your slice tin and press to form the
base.
Refridgerate for awhile to set enough that the crumbs
do not lift up or move around for when you add the next layer.

Turn oven on 350o

In a bowl (can use the same bowl just dust out with
a paper towel)
pour the tin of condensed milk
Add the coconut to the milk and mix in.

Take spoonfulls of the mixture and drop all over the
base in different places - this method makes it easier
to spread.
Spread the mixture evenly all over the base.
Bake in the oven for about 10 - 15 minutes. (does not
have to be cooked the warmth makes it easier to spread
the chocolate icing.

In a saucepan or doubleboiler
place the chocolate chips and a couple of drops of
water or milk. Slowly melt the chocolate into a pourable
consistancy
Drop chocolate over the top same way you did the
coconut mix and spread like frosting.

Leave to set and eat..

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Re: Cinnamon !
12/10/2007 10:35:57 PM
Steven,

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