Your Healthy Tidbits; Volume 12 Issue 47

Elderly Golfers

TIDBIT #1

"When you are joyful, when you say yes to life and have fun and project positivity all around you, you become a sun in the center of every constellation, and people want to be near you.” ~ Shannon L. Alder goodreads.com


TIDBIT #2

5G might sound attractive to many, but there are significant health and environmental concerns relating to 5G radiation. No 5G safety studies have been conducted or funded by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) or the telecom industry, and none is planned. While it may take years to fully ascertain the full effects of 5G, there are early warning signs of its dangers. Residents in Gateshead in the U.K. started reporting insomnia, chronic nosebleeds and stillbirths after the installation of streetlamps that emit 5G radiation in 2016. If increased internet speed and reliability are the end goal, then fiber optic connections would be a far better (and safer) way forward. Unlike the 4G technology currently in use, which relies on 90-foot cell towers with about a dozen antenna ports on each, the 5G system uses “small cell” facilities or bases, each with about 100 antenna ports. Many if not most homeowners can expect to end up with a 5G cell base mounted right outside or very near their home. Many people are already struggling with electromagnetic hypersensitivity (as noted above) and saturating cities and suburban areas with 5G will undoubtedly add many more to this once-rare affliction. articles.mercola.com


TIDBIT #3

Barre exercises blend cardio, strength training, flexibility, balance and core conditioning in a total body workout that targets the hips, glutes, abs, and arms. The emphasis on proper alignment, balance, and core engagement means the classes move at a slower pace. You might not leave a ballet-inspired class drenched in sweat, but you’ll feel the burn after a class thanks to moves that target specific muscle groups. webmd.com


TIDBIT #4

Chiropractic is completely natural. Perhaps it’s due to the Baby Boom Generation who avoided polyester in favor of natural fabrics. It seems there’s a growing interest in things natural. Consider the growing interest in organic produce, antibiotic-free poultry, purified water, growth hormone-free milk and a myriad of other all-natural products. Those who tend to be more highly educated and attempt to live consciously are inclined to avoid processed foods and artificial just about anything. Chiropractic resonates with this new focus on natural. When given the choice, most people would prefer natural over artificial, authentic over phony and the truth over a lie. That’s why chiropractic makes so much sense! Who do you know that could benefit from chiropractic care? chiropracticfortheworld.org


TIDBIT #5

One of the most abundant nutrients in winter squash (acorn, butternut, pumpkin), beta-carotene, has been shown to have very powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Beta-carotene is able to prevent the oxidation of cholesterol in the body. Since oxidized cholesterol is the type that builds up in blood vessel walls and contributes to the risk of heart attack and stroke, getting extra beta-carotene in the diet may help to prevent the progression of atherosclerosis. Whfoods.com


QUOTE

Happiness is an attitude. We can make ourselves miserable, or happy and strong. The amount of work is the same. ~Francesca Reigler


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