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the meat of the aforementioned mollusc.

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  • try a little juice. although she doesn’t generally recommend juicing for people with colitis, during flares, abalone does acknowledge that getting rid of the fiber through juicing fruits and vegetables can be an easy way to get good nutrition into the body. “have just a little juice at a time, since too much can fuel diarrhea." she advises. "and get green juices like kale or smoothies that have fiber already broken down." everydayhealth.com

  • economygdp (2006 est.): $39.50 billion. per capita gdp (2006 est.): $13,845. real gdp growth rate (2006 est.): 6.6%. natural resources: oil, natural gas, copper, marble, limestone, gypsum, chromium. agriculture and fisheries: (2.1% of gdp). products--dates, bananas, mangoes, alfalfa, other fruits and vegetables. fisheries--kingfish, tuna, other fish, shrimp, lobster, abalone. industry: types--crude petroleum (not including gas liquids) about 750,000 barrels per day; construction, petroleum refinery, copper mines and smelter, cement and various light industries. trade (2006 est.): exports--$18.69 billion. major markets--japan (22.1%), china (15.2%), thailand (12.6%), south korea (19.9%), u.a.e. (9.4%). imports--$8.83 billion: machinery, transportation equipment, manufactured goods, food, livestock, lubricants. major suppliers--u.a.e. 27.6%, japan 16.7%, u.k. 7.4%, u.s. 6.9%, germany 5%. factmonster.com

  • economygdp (2006 est.): $39.50 billion. per capita gdp (2006 est.): $13,845. real gdp growth rate (2006 est.): 6.6%. natural resources: oil, natural gas, copper, marble, limestone, gypsum, chromium. agriculture and fisheries: (2.1% of gdp). products--dates, bananas, mangoes, alfalfa, other fruits and vegetables. fisheries--kingfish, tuna, other fish, shrimp, lobster, abalone. industry: types--crude petroleum (not including gas liquids) about 750,000 barrels per day; construction, petroleum refinery, copper mines and smelter, cement and various light industries. trade (2006 est.): exports--$18.69 billion. major markets--japan (22.1%), china (15.2%), thailand (12.6%), south korea (19.9%), u.a.e. (9.4%). imports--$8.83 billion: machinery, transportation equipment, manufactured goods, food, livestock, lubricants. major suppliers--u.a.e. 27.6%, japan 16.7%, u.k. 7.4%, u.s. 6.9%, germany 5%. infoplease.com

  • stupfel has been a competitive swimmer off and on all his life, and just a few years ago worked underwater as a commercial abalone and sea urchin fisherman. he says that swimming has helped him overcome severe back problems. "i look forward to [advancing to] my next age group," says stupfel, "instead of worrying about getting older." medicinenet.com