Back in the ‘olden days’ when man lived in caves and hunted saber-toothed tigers for food, nature stepped in to make sure he was more hunter than prey.
Follow these three simple rules and the results will be startling. Any extra melanin, which your body produced to protect itself from the sun, will become regulated. This means your brown spots will fade away.
Phosphoric acid may well interfere with the body’s power to use calcium. This can lead to osteoporosis or softening of the bones and teeth. Phosphoric acid also neutralizes the hydrochloric acid in your belly, which can interfere with digestion. Your human body requires an acidic environment in the stomach to digest nutrients.
In regular sodas, there’s sugar, which I’ve talked extensively about. In diets, there’s a more dangerous chemical, aspartame. Studies link this chemical to weight gain, neurological disorders and depression. It breaks down into Glacial acetic acid and formaldehyde in our bodies. If you have any problems with your muscles, joints, liver, heart or mind, aspartame will make them worse. In fact, 75% of the non-prescription complaints to the FDA are about aspartame.
Choose a feeder that matches the number of hummingbirds available to feed in your area. In New England, it is more appropriate to have many, small capacity feeders than one large feeder. East of the Mississippi River, there is only one kind of hummingbird, the ruby-throated. This bird is extremely territorial and will refuse a spot on a feeder for any other ruby-throated, even it’s mate. Don’t forget, no matter where you live, you must empty and clean your nectar feeders at least once per week, more often in hotter climates. Reduce waste and save time by only purchasing the world’s best hummingbird feeder made for your region.
Try to find at least 60 seconds in your day to shut out the world. Quiet your surroundings, your thoughts, even (dare I say it?) turn your cell phone off and make time for you. Unless you’re a neurosurgeon, no one’s gonna die if you don’t answer your cell during those 60 seconds. You’re important and deserve time for yourself!
If you are concerned about your vitamin C intake, you can talk to your doctor. Remember that a supplement might actually do more harm than good if you have acid reflux syndrome, and many doctors will not suggest taking vitamin C as a supplement. If your doctor recommends the supplement, taking them in small doses in the middle of meals might help reduce excess acid production. Keep track of what foods you are eating and how many supplements you might be taking. Remember that the body does not store vitamin C, so you should find out what your body needs each day, and make sure you are getting it from the foods that are easily tolerated by your system.