Yeah, as predicted, it’s gettin’ cold. Painfully cold. Taking out the trash is literally painful. So I can’t say the weather is worse. But I can say my fingers were swelling, all over again.
But there is an advantage to the snow, I have found. In the dark, the snow’s lightness makes shovelled paths visible during the night. Full moon on the 6th, by the way. It began to snow as I took this photo…and the previous, failed attempt.
Not to the [Motorola] camera, though; the image came out completely black without photo flash—and I checked with a graphics program; all black pixels after scaling. The device must be subtracting from the image to reduce noise.
Anyway, change of vantage point, this is the before picture for the turkey that was hardly eaten on the 27th.
And here is the after, only so lightly, slightly eaten.
And this was another—perhaps useless—post by adamjasonp. At least, out of the smartphone, I got a camera, a flashlight, a memo pad, a memo recorder, a web browser, DooM (the game)…and a phone.
If you were expecting this to be about getting off a drug, I will publically admit that I’d stopped eating chocolate chips out of the bag. My stomach can no longer tolerate certain things…
Here, heart disease causes more deaths a year than all cancers combined.
… I repeat: more than all cancers combined.
But it has little to do with weight, the “obesity epidemic,” per se.
Overall, it less to do with exercise, and more to do with bad diet.
Specifically, the acid content of the food… the American diet.
(What— ’you think you’re not gonna look like junk, eating junk?)
(Important Note: consult your doctor before making any radical changes to your diet. People with acidic body types may actually get sicker switching to alkaline food; some people may actually need to eat foods like animal meat, as I’ve learned.)
Acids: Positive Ions… are not positive for the blood
Arterial clots: chelated acids. Cancer: acidic.
All normal types of sickness revolve around acids, the proponent of positive ions.
Chemically speaking, the elements are missing electrons.
Which means less energy, and a body less immune to disease.
A typical source: carbohydrates. When processed, they produce acids.
Carbohydrate use, even use with brain activity, promotes positive ions.
And fructose alone (not just High Fructose Corn Syrup): neurotoxic.
(If it promotes hyperactivity and diarrhea, it’s obviously not good for you.)