The Writer’s Meadow Blog
The other day was a cold, foggy day with a temperature below zero. February extinguished itself in a rush of howling winds and driving snow branches to frozen iron rods, with hard frosts on them. I was watching the Superman movie and start to imagine how cool it would be to have some of the great superpowers.
And I don’t mean to be freakishly strong or have a view through the walls (although that would be great) :-), but to never have the flu as long as I’m alive.
Do you know that there are people who work hard as much as you do (maybe even harder) and end up living to 100+ years? You’re probably working way too hard. And let’s be real, you know what you need to do to get to where you want to be in life. For example, if you want to lose weight, you know it’s important to eat less and exercise more.
There is no profit from healthy people. Do you know that a cancer cure exists?
Yes, it does and the primary cause of cancer was officially discovered in 1923. The inventor has received the Nobel Prize in medicine, in 1931. Unfortunately, a small number of people know about this because the fact is hidden from the public. The reasons are numerous, but the main is money.
. . . Such a beautiful thing girls have down there but damn! A vagina is complicated!
If you suffer from BV (Bacterial vaginosis) and sometimes you can smell yourself, then probiotics are here to help. The odor will completely go and no more itching and irritation! It heals your suffering ladies.
Deals with gardening since the age of 13 and is excellent evidence of health benefits from gardening. She can bend to the ground and stay in that position up to an hour without any consequences. Some yoga masters would envy her. Of all the work that requires agriculture and gardening, she is still able to participate with hers 94 years. Besides that, she possesses mental clearness and great vision. No medications are needed.
When I see people eating from paper plates, paper bags, with plastic forks, and drinking from plastic glasses, that level of people’s disinfection only reminds me of chickens in network cage that only need to eat and lay eggs.