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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The good plants for the eye

The health of a boy is a fact that a girl can find if she is known to him. The best eye cream is a result of the search for the thing the boy and the girl can see. If they look they will see that the tree is a good thing for the eye. The plant is a good thing for the eye. The sap is a good thing for the eye. This is why the man can see good when he uses the plants.

The wheel of life and health

The sick and the poor and the weak or the ill and the fine and the dead and the cold and the frost are all alike in that they are all part of the wheel of life. But the Best Buy can help them all. It is a place they can all go to. They may not know it now but they can go if they want to.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Color for health

Color can be healthy. It is pink that can help a lot. Michel Eugene Chevreul wrote a book. In it he said he was a French tapestry expert. He looked at his rugs. He found that colors together, close together, affected one another. That is why you do not wear polka dots that are orange on a purple tie with a yellow shirt too often. He was a big thinker and a color expert. We like him even today.

The health card of some

Health is a need for many men in the world. The long term life insurance is a thing they can buy if they feel the need to buy a health card or a card that can be used in a doc's room. The card is not on the list of every man but it is on the list of some. In the cold days of winter it is on the mind of those who want a card. They feel a card is better than no card.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

The sign of health in 2010

In this day and age people ask. They want to know. They have a right to know. But where do they go to find out? They go to a place that has the answer they think will work. But some go to a place that has no answer that will work. They are the people who know they do not know and go any place they can to find what they can find in the field of health.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Dogs and men and feet

All dogs have feet with paws and the paws on dogs are the shoes of dogs even though dogs do not buy shoes. Their feet have a paw that is like a shoe. The snow boots on dogs are paws too. But man has a need for shoes and his health needs them. The dog does not have a shoe but he has a paw. If a man had a paw it would be a thing like a dog's foot.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

The Link between health and business

The health of a business depends on ads. The printing postcards is a necessary step. The ads will help a man have a day that will make his name go far and his fame grow by leaps and bounds. The ads will help and his health will be boosted. The health follows the increase in the career. Ths man will allow his health to improve as a result.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Jack LaLanne was Right


Fifty years ago Jack LaLanne had it right. Watch this video and see the godfather of fitness tell you the facts about sugar. He knows what research has demonstrated to be true. And his advice, if it had been followed, could have saved generations from the catastrophic low-fat high-carb American diet that is taking untold lives in heart disease, stroke, obesity, and diabetes. And he's still going strong! Thanks, Jack.

Friday, August 20, 2010

The Gifts of Fish to Us

The call came from the side of the shoal where the fish stood in the water in the gold beams of sun that hit the surface with a glint and a gleam in the heat of day. The wine barrels were not in the deep and they were not seen. The fish stood in lines and looked back at the hats slanted on the men wading in to catch them for their DHA and EPA gifts.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Time to Take Supplements

What is the best time to take supplements? The fact is that various supplements are best taken at different times. For example, vitamin E is best taken with meals since it is fat soluble. The same holds true for vitamins A and D. But pycnogenol and natto are best taken on an empty stomach. The pycnogenol is better absorbed with water, not with food. And natto works best when it is not taken with food because it would simply digest the food instead of going into the bloodstream and doing its job of thinning the blood. To find out the best time to take supplements look on the supplement label. If it says take with water this usually means take an hour before or two hours after a meal.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Levity and Health

Health depends on good spirits, and I mean levity. That is where sexy costumes can help. The levity that you get from a joke can boost your mood and your health. There is evidence, which I do not have right in front of me, although I should since I'm connected to the internet. I like to find the evidence that is there about levity and it is there.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Health Presentations 2010

Health is wealth. The projector reviews are available. We sometimes use projectors. But we do not only use a digital projector. We saw a handheld projector. But the projector and media and tv screen have to be there. The health of a community may depend on the coherence of the presentation made by a scientist. The fact is that we are at schools which provide the media to us and we go from there.

Monday, August 2, 2010

Magnesium Stearate Safe

Those who argue that magnesium stearate is unsafe are apparently wrong. Their argument is based on a 1990 study, "Molecular basis for the immunosuppressive action of stearic acid on T cells." But as Byron J. Richards points out, that study had no real bearing on the filler used in vitamin pills. He says, "Bad mouthing magnesium stearate is nothing more than a sales pitch. It is extremely irresponsible." He describes the study, which was intended to make a substance to harm T cells, and then he points out that, "You can readily see that such an experiment has absolutely nothing to do with dietary supplements. It is falsely represented as "proof" that dietary stearic acid is immune toxic – which the study does not prove at all."

References
  1. The Facts on Magnesium Stearate, by Byron J. Richards. April 9, 2009. Available online: http://www.expertclick.com/NewsReleaseWire/ReleaseDetails.aspx?ID=26285&CFID=4615983&CFTOKEN=53942532
  2. "Molecular basis for the immunosuppressive action of stearic acid on T cells." P W Tebbey and T M Buttke. Immunology. 1990 July; 70(3): 379–386.