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An introduction and my day zero

Hi, nice to meet you

By way of (belated) introduction to this blog, I’m going to take you back to my Day Zero but before we get to Day Zero, a bit about me. 552 more words

Should You Use Weight Loss Supplements?

Most people want to lose weight to experience the benefits of having a healthy body and avoid the problems of not. The stresses of excessive weight include cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and the spectrum of problems caused by toxins are experiences we’re better off to avoid. 849 more words

Biological Medicine

The Health Benefits of Serrapeptase

Discovered in the early 1970’s, this proteolytic enzyme was isolated from the Serratia species of bacteria located in the intestines of silkworms. Serrapeptase, also called serratiopeptidase, is a superior enzyme that provides strong, healthful properties.  862 more words

Biological Medicine

Reduce, reuse, recycle. When items get new life.

I may have squealed in work yesterday when a random bag arrived in our delivery because this jug was inside.

In Lush we have a green hub that tries to distribute items no longer being used to people who will use them (be it to charity or to staff). 239 more words

Beauty

Wind offers Oklahoma schools a lifeline during budget cuts

The Oklahoman recently took a look at what the Sooner State’s growing wind industry has meant for rural school districts.
Its findings: wind power has made a big difference. 200 more words

Green Living

Electric Car Demand Boosts Companies Engaged With Lithium says Bloomberg Technology

Global X Lithium fund has outperformed benchmark indexes
Investment surges in mining and processing the metal

Lithium demand is surging, boosting shares of the companies linked to mining and manufacturing the light metal used in electric-car batteries. 231 more words

Green Living

Green Tea for Weight Loss?

A growing body of evidence supports the effectiveness of green tea for weight loss. The key ingredient in green tea that purported to help the body lose weight is a compound known as EGCG. 489 more words

Biological Medicine