Have you ever noticed running tracks at secondary schools and colleges—and some public park tracks? They are made of a kind of almost bouncy material, which is actually a synthetic latex rubberized composition. There’s a reason for that. For track competition, where the athletes’ joints take a lot of pounding, there are international standards […]
Having lived most of my life in the south, I always assumed the southern climate was healthier than farther north. I guess that really depends on exactly how far north or south, and of course, everybody’s different—with different immune systems. But as for us, moving from south Texas to southern Missouri was definitely a good […]
Don’t Forget Your pH!
It’s something we don’t tend to think about—our body’s pH. Our doctors don’t talk about it, so therefore it must not be important, right? WRONG! Our doctors actually aren’t even taught much about it in med school. But the drugs they are taught are our Godsends help mess up our pH, big-time! Our bodies will […]
Raw is Healthy
Enzymes are majorly important to the digestion of our food. And in that process, our ability to absorb the needed nutrition to give us fuel for living. That brings us to raw food. Now, I’m not talking about meat. I’ll take mine cooked, thank you. But baked, poached or broiled is much better than fried. […]
Tap water can be interesting. Our water table really doesn’t stand a chance to deliver us clear, fresh water. Think about it: Crop dusters and over-zealous home owners Toxic waste from landfills Leaking gas tanks Septic systems Acid rain Industrial wastes Livestock waste And that’s just a sampling. Then, when our water reaches the water […]