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The Pineapple Widget that will change your life!

Hey Ya’ll –

So I recently discovered a pineapple widget that lets you core and cut a pineapple in seconds. Pineapple is one of my favorite fruits of all time, however, it’s a god damn pain in the ass to cut fresh…..as many of you have no doubt found out, cutting a nice clean circle with a flat knife is not easy to say the least, and that’s if you manage to do it without stabbing yourself with the damn knife (because inevitably the semi-round shape of the fruit is completely incompatible with the rigid straight pointy-ness of the knife causing it to suddenly and unexpectedly erupt through the side of the pineapple like a stabby, angry kool-aid man) 564 more words


The CalciAIM Essentials

CalciAIM contains calcium lactate, calcium gluconate and calcium carbonate.
•Calcium lactate is a soluble form of calcium that is bioavailable throughout the entire digestive tract. 336 more words


Eating Turnips

Embrace the Ick
by Michelle W.
Think of something that truly repulses you. Hold that thought until your skin squirms. Now, write a glowing puff piece about its amazing merits. 341 more words

Daily Prompts, Topic Ideas

Plant-based vegan diets & bone health: how to get calcium, magnesium & Vitamin D

The second question vegans are asked, after “where do you get your protein,” is usually “so what about calcium? Don’t you need milk products for that?” 514 more words


Lifestyle Disease and Mineral Intervention - Radio Archive 1-26-15

Lifestyle diseases are considered to be caused by a combination of heredity, environment and unhealthy lifestyle choices. But, what if “lifestyle” diseases are nutrient-deficiency based and can be prevented through consistent, affordable mineral intervention? 74 more words


Calcium ... hold the milk

Everyone talks about the importance of consuming dairy products for calcium.  Have you ever stopped to consider how many other foods contain high levels of calcium? 101 more words

Low Thyroid and High Calcium

It is known that an increase in free intracellular calcium in adipocytes reduces their lypolytic response to catecholamines. In other words excess calcium has an effect of blunting the fat burning enzymes in fat cells, thus contributing to weight gain or an inability to lose weight. 24 more words