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Salmon Louis Salad

Salmon Louis Salad Ingredients: 1/2 cup low fat mayonnaise 1/2 cup plain yogurt 1 Tbsp. grated onion 3 Tbsp. ketchup 2 Tbsp. milk 3 Tbs. chopped sweet pickles, drained 14 oz. can red sockeye salmon, drained, skin and bones removed if desired -or- 14oz of… Read More »Salmon Louis Salad

Blender Bottle & Click Protein Powder – Giveaway Week Two

These were such a hit last week, so we thought we’d give away more, thanks to Blender Bottle! 🙂
The BlenderBall in the bottom is like a wire whisk, which moves around the bottle when you shake it. You can mix any ingredients, no matter how thick they are. Cool, huh?
You can read more and check out their website at http://www.blenderbottle.com – tell ’em TMJ Hope sent you! 🙂
So that you have something to try out immediately when you get your Blender Bottle, we’re also giving away some sample packs of Click Espresso Protein Powder!
TMJ Friendly Energy!As a coffee fantatic, I think this is an incredible idea. Each serving of Click has an equivalent of two shots of espresso coffee…. PLUS 15 grams of protein, vitamins, and minerals. It comes in flavors too: Vanilla Latte & Mocha.
I was super excited about this, since I tend to not have enough protein in my diet…and I know I’m not the only one!  I’m drinking one right now, actually – and let me tell you, it’s awesome.
Read More »Blender Bottle & Click Protein Powder – Giveaway Week Two

Blender Bottle & Click Protein Powder – Giveaway Week Two

These were such a hit last week, so we thought we’d give away more, thanks to Blender Bottle! 🙂

The BlenderBall in the bottom is like a wire whisk, which moves around the bottle when you shake it. You can mix any ingredients, no matter how thick they are. Cool, huh?

You can read more and check out their website at http://www.blenderbottle.com – tell ’em TMJ Hope sent you! 🙂

So that you have something to try out immediately when you get your Blender Bottle, we’re also giving away some sample packs of Click Espresso Protein Powder!

TMJ Friendly Energy!As a coffee fantatic, I think this is an incredible idea. Each serving of Click has an equivalent of two shots of espresso coffee…. PLUS 15 grams of protein, vitamins, and minerals. It comes in flavors too: Vanilla Latte & Mocha.

I was super excited about this, since I tend to not have enough protein in my diet…and I know I’m not the only one!  I’m drinking one right now, actually – and let me tell you, it’s awesome.

Read More »Blender Bottle & Click Protein Powder – Giveaway Week Two

10 Tips from TMJ Disorder Expert Patients


We have compiled this list of tips from a group of expert TMJ disorder patients..  simple things they do to make living with TMJ disorder and jaw pain easier.  We hope they help you!  As always, let us know in the comments below if you have your own tips or any suggestions.

  1. A bag of frozen peas or corn makes a great ice pack for your jaw! They can be molded to your face or jaw and stay cold for quite a while.  Just make sure you mark which veggies you are using as an ice pack so you don’t cook them for dinner! 🙂
  2. A coffee bean grinder is a good way to make crunchy, hard to eat items like roasted nuts, granola, and corn chips more edible if you have pain when chewing or a small opening.
  3. Smoothies can be pre-made in batches and frozen in ice cube trays. Then, pop them out of the ice cube trays and store them in zip lock bags in the freezer.  That way you have smoothies on demand and don’t have to destroy the kitchen every time you are hungry!
  4. A good blender can end up being your new best friend. After wearing a few out, we like blenders that have multiple speeds & levels.  Juicers are great too – just make sure you use organic fruits and veggies & clean them before juicing since you don’t want wax or chemicals in your juices!  When choosing a juicer, be very careful because this is one area that has not come out with a cheap version that still does a good job.  Magic Bullets (despite the cheesy infomercials!) can be handy to make single serving smoothies, soups, and other foods very quickly.  If you prepare by buying any of these items before your surgery, test drive them by making several meals and freezing them so you will have food ready to go when you get home.
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