It’s International Compost Awareness Week so it’s a great time to share the composting and worm farm set up I have just completed for the place we are renting at now. Everything has been made from reclaimed materials found on the property, plus a few extra items salvaged from my broader community. I’m very happy with the results so far, especially as they have cost virtually nothing but a bit of time. I will share my new composting set up in the next post and concentrate on the worm farm here.
If you have lupus you may have heard about the potential benefits of fish oil for lupus.doctors sometimes suggest fatty fish for several autoimmune diseases including lupus rheumatoid arthritis Raynaud’s disease psoriasis and scleroderma.autoimmune diseases are the result of the immune system turning on the body.these conditions involves inflammation or pain or swelling of the joints skin and vital organs.but since they don’t involve infection drugs such as antibiotics usually don’t help.fish oil apparently reduces inflammation by substituting for other fats when your body makes makes inflammation generating bioche icals.explains Dr.William Clark MD.professor of medicine at the uni ersity of western. Ontario and a leading researcher of lupus and fish oil.your body normally makes two groups of potentially inflammatory biochemicals prostaglandins and. Leukotrienes busing whatever fats are available.if you eat meats and eggs your body uses a component of fats found in these foods arachidonic acid to make very potent forms of these bioche micals.to a.much lesser extent.your body can also. Use corn oil safflower oil and sunflower oil.to make these biochemicals if fish is abundant however .your body uses it to produce forms of prostaglandins and leukotrienes that are less .likely to cause inflammation .does fish oil really help control the symptoms of lupus.studies of mice with lupus that were given large amounts of fish oil instead. Of dietary fats show that these diets do help I flammation and improve kidney function and immunity.says Richard sleeping MD.
I dreamed of going to Egypt since I was a child. Egypt is a once in a lifetime experience and something that you have to see for yourself. Everyone will have a different experience, but to make your life easier, I came up with 15 tips to help you plan the most memorable trip. Let’s […]
In recent posts dealing with the fact that abusers see their spouse and children as property owned, Innoscent made the following excellent comment: In the eyes of the abuser the marriage covenant contract is an exclusive title whereby he becomes the proprietor of his wife, whatever she owns, her life, their children, everything. To him, […]
These days the tiny village of Temple boasts a handful of cottages and farms, a red telephone box and one of Cornwall’s most picturesque churches. But in the 12th century, when the Order of the Knight’s Templar were given a small pocket of land in the heart of Bodmin Moor, there was nothing there but […]
Well, Mom, it’s been 14 long-years-ago today, and I don’t even know where to begin. It’s not that I haven’t written, because I have, faithfully, every year. It’s just that the most unbelievable things have happened in this past year. You’re not going to believe this. Actually, it’s like the earth is trying to shake […]
Eleven of the president’s Secret Service agents have tested positive for COVID-19. The same diagnosis applies to Katie Miller, VP Pence’s press secretary and wife of the exasperatingly xenophobic presidential adviser Stephen Miller. (Miller should have worked focused his efforts on banning viruses rather than humans from entering our nation.) The persistent little virus also […]
by Andrada Costoiu I wondered how does this virus infect our body, what makes it so strong and why is it so contagious. SO, below is some information I gathered about it…… TOOOOO bad we will never know the origin of this virus, because it’s just seems so well designed. It enters our body through […]