Celebrate Mardi Gras In Atlanta

Monday, Bill Sheffield is at Blind Willie’s. Truett Lollis performs at Darwin’s in Marietta. Barry Richman hosts the Open Mic at Dixie Tavern. Pead Boy & The Pork Bellies are at Fat Matt’s and you can jam with Lola at Northside Tavern. The Bob Page Trio is at Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint.
Many people use a steamer, but we’ve found that it leads to undercooking of vegetables and waste of the nutrients in the water. Legumes (peas and beans), in particular, can’t be digested properly unless thoroughly cooked (or sprouted), and people almost never use the water from steaming.
Common burdock demonstrates “food as medicine and medicine as food” like few others! Some professional answers on identifying crucial issues of is nutrisystem healthy. Tender leaves and stalks in spring and rich, delicious roots in most any season are a fine addition to any meal. Even the seeds are valuable. I love the roots simmered until tender then tossed in a bit of garlic, parsley and olive oil! Once again, a plant that offers solid nutrition for the whole body. The roots resonate liver support, and help the whole body process toxins and wastes in such a way that promotes whole body health. Burdock root shows up in herbal documentation as a cancer preventative and in classic anti-cancer formulas such as Essiac and Hoxsey. It is considered nourishing to the breast and supportive in resolving abnormal cellular activity and enhancing lymphatic flow.
Look at cash you are wasting without enjoying its benefits, such as leaving lights on, computers not on ‘energy savings mode,’ or “phantom loads,” like microwave clocks that use more energy than the microwave itself. If you get to know your electrical meter, and record the setting before and after you shut off those phantom loads, you’ll have concrete proof that you are saving money.
15. Seriously weigh working overtime against using this time to create a more sustainable lifestyle. We are used to thinking about making money as the number one priority, but maybe its time to seriously question this assumption. If some crisis should happen tomorrow, just how prepared are you? Have you put up food? Created a garden of some type? Gotten to know your neighbors well enough to ask for (or offer) favors? Connected with religious or civic organizations offering you a wider circle of support? Resolved your marital troubles? Learned to really enjoy your kids? No doubt, cash is important, but time is our most precious commodity. Consider its use very carefully.
Drink more water – We are the nation of plenty and that includes water. Water is imperative to our sustenance. However, for the most part most of us do not consume nearly enough water. Water detoxifies, transports nutrients and oxygen to the cells, helps organs absorb nutrients, hydrates the skin, and so much more. Luckily enough we have an adequate supply of water in the U.S., unlike several other nations who aren’t as lucky. Let’s take advantage of the blessing that has been bestowed upon us and drink more water. Here’s a toast, to water.
Self Care: Many of you spend your lives taking care of other people. This can be good, as long as you remember to replenish yourself. We often use food to take care of ourselves in unhealthy ways – eating when we are not hungry and using food to mask our exhaustion or loneliness or other uncomfortable feelings. Choosing healthy foods is a more empowered way for you to take good care of YOU. After all, taking care of you is your responsibility. Don’t expect someone else to do it, and don’t put it off until some later time. You can’t wait until the kids are grown or the big project is completed – you need to eat well now to stay healthy.
November 28: Fantasy of Lights 5K run/walk, 6 p.m., before the Fantasy of Lights Parade in historic downtown Howell. $17 pre-reg, $22 day of. Proceeds benefit local charities. Disposable timing chip! 25,000 spectators! Phenomenal light display! Ice sculptures! Gingerbread house display!local, travel, nutrition, health and fitness, alternative, health, fitness & exercise, fertility & pregnancy, drugs & medications, diseases & conditions, dieting & weight loss, alternative medicine, pain management


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