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Health & Diet



   BirdsNest  Reishi mishrooms. And cancer. Anyone have firsthand experience with this?
April 20 at 06:40 EST .

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   Escaped commieny  Hi Birdy, I use Reishi extract mushroom complex in addition to many other cancer fighting supplements. My last chemo treatment was Aug 26 and had a CT/PET Scan April 20, and just heard today all the lymph nodes are normal so I hope to get this port removed. I check in once in awhile, nice to see you posting.
Yesterday at 18:06 EST .

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   BirdsNest  EC, so nice of you to post. I was thinking about you the other day. I cannot log onto my Yahoo email from my phone and I cannot afford internet access for the laptop right now. So I have to do witjout emails from lots of good folks. Hope you continue to improve. Keep us posted. I will order the Reishi, thanks for letting me know.
16 hours ago .


   Escaped commieny  Birdy, will you get snail mail at the Belle Haven Post Office Box?
let me know here if you can't email. L {{hugs}}
14 hours ago .


   BirdsNest  Yes, snail mail is the same. {{hugs}} back atcha.
6 hours ago .




   BirdsNest  Vermont Village sipping vinegars. I found them in WalMart. You can add it to water and drinkit. I just put sime in a spoon and drink it. Or add to olive oil for saladdessing. Made with "Mother". Raw and Organic. Blueberries & Honey, Cranberries & Honey, Ginger &Honey. And I think Turmeric & Honey. Good for gut health.
March 9 at 11:14 EST .

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   MeiDei  I have not checked this for validity, so if you do before I can - please post your finding.
   December 27 at 16:11 EST .

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   MeiDei  This came off Facebook - Unfamiliar to me, I did a search but didn't search long enough to find the above.

https://www.facebook.com/wakeupamericath
eoriginal/
December 27 at 16:39 EST .

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   MeiDei  Found it, comes right after 0bama giving BJC some medal. This seems to be a very conservative web page; some interesting graphics.
December 27 at 16:59 EST .

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   MeiDei  Ginger: Fresh vs, Dry
What is the secret of dried ginger?

Fresh raw ginger contains the spicy substance called "gingerol". We came to understand that dried ginger has several times more gingerol than fresh ginger.

Gingerol helps increase immune cells in the blood vessels to protect the body from bacteria and other toxic elements. Gingerol is also known to protect your body from contracting bacterial bronchitis.

However, you should know that gingerol is easily oxidized when grated or cooked. Thus, you must consume grated or cooked ginger immediately. We recommend that you grate or cook ginger just before your meal.

What You Should Remember -
Once again, use fresh ginger for reducing your body temperature, and use dried ginger for warming your body temperature.

Both gingers are good for your health maintenance and in preventing all kinds of diseases.
To dry fresh ginger in 600 watt microwave:
slice ginger 1/8" slices, place on plate, do not layer. Microwave 10-12 mins. let cool; put in grinder/food proscessor or blender til a fine powder, sift - any remaining pieces can be ground again or used in tea. Store in air tight container 0r freeze.
November 5 at 17:04 EST .

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   MeiDei  The most popular vitamin supplements are multivitamins, vitamin D, B vitamins, and vitamin C. Fewer people supplement with other vitamins such as A, E, and K.

While it is always best to get nutrients from your food, we’ve created a simple guide to ensure that you get the maximum health results from your supplements.

Multivitamins
Research has found that more than 60% of people don’t get the recommended daily amounts of vitamins in their diet. Taking a high-quality multivitamin is an insurance policy against a deficient diet.

To get the maximum benefit, take half your multivitamin in the morning with breakfast. Take the other half with your evening meal.

Two doses spread 12 hours apart keeps vitamin blood levels steady throughout the day better than one large dose. And taking them with food boosts absorption and lessens the chance of stomach upset.

Vitamin D
Vitamin D is fat soluble. It is best absorbed when taken with fatty foods.
A Cleveland Clinic study found that if you take vitamin D with the largest meal of the day, it increases blood levels 50% more than if you take it on any empty stomach.

You can take vitamin D in once-a-day dose.

Don’t take it with heartburn remedies. Antacids such as Alka-Seltzer and Bromo Seltzer can block the absorption. So can H2 acid reducers such as Tagamet, Pepcid, and Zantac.

And as we have told you previously, the form of vitamin D that you want to take is D3.

Some experts recommend vitamin D2, which is usually cheaper. But a study recently published in the American Journal of Clinical Research found that taking D3 is twice as effective as D2 in raising the blood levels of vitamin D.

B Vitamins
Take B vitamins when you wake up before eating breakfast. An empty stomach helps the absorption of the B vitamins.

B vitamins can increase energy, giving you a morning boost. But if you take them late in the day, you may have trouble falling asleep.

Vitamin C
Vitamin C is water soluble. This means your body does not store it. It gets flushed through your system quickly.

It’s best to take vitamin C in smaller doses throughout the day instead of one large dose. This keeps this important antioxidant at steady levels in your blood

Vitamins A, E, and K
Like vitamin D, these are fat soluble. So they are best taken with a meal to help absorption. You can take these supplements only once per day.

If you take vitamin E, consider taking it with selenium. It helps with vitamin E absorption.

One more thing… Whenever you take your vitamin, be consistent.

Studies have found that those who stick to a daily regimen achieve better health benefits over the long haul than people who vary the timing of their supplementation.
October 7 at 17:23 EST .

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   Tulsa  Benefits of sleeping in 100% cotton socks Spring and Summer.

http://www.phillymag.com/be-well-philly/2015/02/19/sleep-soc
ks/


https://sleep.org/articles/wearing-socks-to-bed/

Best cotton socks link below. Cotton is grown in Texas and milled in North Carolina. 100% cotton and stretchy. Best socks I’ve found. SOS stands for Save Our Soil and they are proud of it!

Buster Brown socks are too thin and too tightly woven. Your feet will perspire and they lose all shape in a short period of time.

Maggies Organics are too loosely woven and therefore not warm. They are also bulky.

These socks are for Spring and Summer sleeping....first link site info and all products

https://sosfromtexas.com/

buy the socks:
https://sosfromtexas.com/collections/socks/products/organic-cotton-crew-socks-3-pack

‘Arrow’ down for your size.

For winter, Smart Wool socks are the best. Tuck your Smart Wool socked feet in a warm throw with a heated Bed Buddy for tv viewing. Put a small pet bed under the pc desk with a folded throw then tuck in a heated Bed Buddy while wearing Smart Wool socks.

Because of down comforters (a second one folded at the end of the bed ) no socks are needed for sleeping in the winter
August 27 at 13:37 EST .

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   MeiDei  Facts about blackstrap molasses you migh not know.
http://www.thealternativedaily.com/use-blackstrap-molasses/?
utm_source=external&utm_medium=MG&utm_campaign=mgemail
July 7 at 18:25 EST .

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   MeiDei  QUitE AN INTERESTING ARICLE [sorry key stuck] = regarding restoring oxygen to a deprived heart - http://www.latimes.com/science/sciencenow/
June 15 at 13:49 EST .

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   BirdsNest  Something to think about....

http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com/how-to-reduce-the-ar
senic-in-your-rice-by-80
March 4 at 09:05 EST .

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   BirdsNest  I just had a delicious new onion...
Pink. It is a sweet onion. Kind of looks like a red onion but very delicious. I cut one up and cooked it with chicken legs in oven. Only other addition was S&P. The chicken was bland compared to the onion. I ate all of the onion.
March 3 at 19:29 EST .

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   BirdsNest  The store must have gotten those by mistake because when I asked the produce people they had a blank look. Will probably never see them again. Maybe I will ask the manager next time I see him.
March 4 at 09:06 EST .

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   BirdsNest  The onions would not sell at the original price so they deep discounted to move them out. They do not plan to bring them in anymore.
March 11 at 15:46 EST .

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