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You might take a look at slow burn exercises. It requires light to no weights. I've been doing slow burn for only the past week at the gym, but am impressed. It really places pressure onto the muscles, more so than I've experienced before. http://heartscanblog.blogspot.com/20...urn-works.html
I'm just beginning Empires of Food by Ecan Fraser and Andrew Rimas. No opinion yet if it is good or not.
That sucks. Don't have Hashimoto's disease, but have read of others with it. Don't think this will help you, but have been reading about the potential problem with our nations attempt to lower sodium. Salt is often fortified with iodine, which helps keep our thyroid glands healthy. With out iodine, we'll be seeing more goiters basically. http://heartscanblog.blogspot.com/20...ealthcare.html Don't think iodine will help with your condition at this point though. ...
I thought this was to funny! Charlie Gilmour, son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, was found protesting rising education costs in the UK. I guess education is important for the Gilmour family after all. http://dougpowers.com/2010/12/11/irony-of-the-day/
So far just lots of rain here in Illinois. Kind of hoping it stays that way. Being from warmer climates originally, the idea of snow and fun never caught on with me.
I haven't seen it, but remember reading this review of the film. Was thinking I'll wait for it to come out on Direct. http://isteve.blogspot.com/2010/12/black-swan.html
Yep, have a fat cat. Kind of a strange cat. Never had one like this one before. Of late he likes to come up to me and just stare. He can sit there for 15, 20 minutes with out blinking. The determination is impressive, but I have no idea what he wants.
I'm 40 and the two supplements that helped me the most I believe are fish oil and vitamin D3. Guess once reaching 40 our ability to manufacture vitamin D3 from sun exposure goes down significantly. Getting vitamin D right http://heartscanblog.blogspot.com/20...n-d-right.html
Watched part of the movie FatHead today. I've seen it before. Great movie about food science in America presented in a comical way. The film was just placed onto Hulu. http://www.fathead-movie.com/index.p...ad-is-on-hulu/
As already mentioned Indy has them. Got to experience the scanner a few weeks ago there. Fort Myers does not. They just use the old regular method, thankfully.
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