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It started as a harmless idea, an abstract concept. Of course that was before they realised the full implications of what they planned to do. 986 more words


OrganicLife: Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs for Handling Stress - #Organic https://t.co/aAsBtSJn5n

OrganicLife: Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs for Handling Stress – #Organic https://t.co/aAsBtSJn5n

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Mineral rocks on display

Some of the large mineral rocks on display outside of the museum to admire freely.

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Brazilian ‘Garden of Gold’

There is an old maxim in the mining industry that says, “Mines are where you find them”. To put it another way, you cannot change the location of geological deposits. 932 more words


Don't Become Deficient

So today marks my 4th day of being on a plant-based vegan diet. So far it really has been a journey and I’ve found myself extra excited to wake up in the morning. 410 more words

What foods to eat to get the proper Vitamins & Minerals?!

Here is a list of foods you could eat to be sure you are receiving the right Vitamins and Minerals your body needs!

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Fibromyalgia and Vitamin D

by:  Aimee Reese

You will find many articles, forums, and blogs on Fibromyalgia and Vitamin D out there.  Those of us that have Fibromyalgia may also be Vitamin D deficient.  230 more words


Amy-Lynn Vautour reblogged this on Awake and Empowered and commented:

Worth a read if you or someone you know suffers from symptoms of Fibromyalgia. Of course, this is not a definitive "here this is what's wrong, now you can fix it" sort of thing. Simply something worth investigating. A lot of my own research has shown a link between vitamin D and Multiple Sclerosis as well. What, exactly, these links are all about is still unclear. It is also important to remember that while there are guidelines for the amount of certain vitamins and minerals a person should have, there is also the possibility that some people's body work optimally with different levels of these vitamins and minerals. The guidelines are based on averages, but sometimes people just aren't average.