Pass the Cilantro Please

Cilantro Chicken_TastyThursdayThe nutritionists at our partner organization, the American Diabetes Association, have come up with a Tasty Thursday roasted chicken recipe that is inexpensive and easy to make on a cold winter day.

This recipe will cost you only $9.88 to make; that’s $1.65 per serving. The potassium content will make you smile – 165 milligrams – and with 18 grams of protein, 1.2 grams of saturated fat, 4 grams of carbohydrates and 130 calories, it is healthy and tasty!

Enjoy and don’t forget to share your healthy recipes on the Saint Peter’s University Hospital Facebook or Google + pages or via Twitter.  Please mention #myTastyThursday when you post.

Cilantro Roasted Chicken

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2½ pounds whole chicken, cut into 8 pieces
2 tablespoons chopped cilantro
1 lime, zested and juiced
1 tablespoon honey
2 cloves garlic, minced
½ teaspoon ground black pepper
½ teaspoon salt (optional)

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7 Symptoms of Hypothermia

MansFootinSnowHypothermia occurs when your body temperature is too low. It is most likely to occur at very cold temperatures, but it can occur at cool temperatures of above 40°F if a person becomes chilled from rain, sweat or from being submersed in cold water.

It affects the brain, preventing you from thinking clearly, even moving well. Unable to think, a person with hypothermia cannot react to what’s happening to them.Those most at risk for hypothermia are the elderly who may not have adequate living conditions, particularly access to heated homes; babies who sleep in cold bedrooms; and people who because of work or some other circumstance remain outdoors for long periods. Drinking alcohol or using illicit drugs also puts people at risk.

Hypothermia requires medical care.

Seven Symptoms of Hypothermia:

  • shivering
  • exhaustion
  • confusion
  • slurred speech
  • drowsiness
  • fumbling hands
  • memory loss

Symptoms in Infants:

  • bright red, cold skin
  • very low energy

Visit to learn more.  If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.   To find a physician affiliated with Saint Peter’s, visit or call 1-855-SP-MY-DOC (1-855-776-6932).  


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