Recent Posts for the 'Health Matters: Flashes & Reports' Category

Bone Issues from Vivian Goldschmidt, MA

Monday, November 5th, 2018

I receive excellent information from the website www.saveourbones.com and have permission to reprint this article below. Go to the website for the complete article.
This is just a “skeleton” version.

Potassium alkalizes your pH and protects the body from the loss of calcium caused by sodium chloride.

Top 12 Sources Of Potassium

It’s easy to reap the alkalizing benefits of potassium from a wide variety of food sources. Below are 12 potassium-rich foods to help alkalize your serum pH and protect your bones and your health. Please note that all of the foods listed are alkalizing except for black beans.

1. Sweet Potato*

2. Yogurt*

3. Swiss Chard*

4. White Potato

5. Tomato Sauce

6. Butternut Squash

7. Watermelon*

8. White Beans

9. Black Beans*

10. Frozen Spinach*

11. Beets*

12. Bananas*

*Denotes a Foundation Food

Synopsis

From white beans to bananas- there are plenty of potassium-rich foods you can enjoy every day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Think Before You Pink: Breast Cancer Action

Sunday, October 28th, 2018

I donate to one cancer organization: BREAST CANCER ACTION, especially their Think Before You Pink campaign, which calls out companies like Ford, who runs the Warriors in Pink program. BCA says this actually distracts from the truth, because the exhaust from Ford’s vehicles increases the risk of breast cancer. Breast Cancer Action sent me this postcard with the information and call actions like these from big corporations: pinkwashing.

 

Breast Cancer Action (BCA)  is asking us to tell Ford to stop making vehicles with cancer-causing exhaust and make the shift to a zero emissions fleet.

BCA invites us to online action. Go to www.bcaction.org/BrakesOnBreastCancer

For more information, feel free to email BCS at: info@bcaction.org
Websites: bcaction.org and www.thinkbeforeyoupink.org.

BCAs snail mail address is: 275 Fifth St., Suite 307, San Francisco, CA 94103

P.S. We own a Ford Fusion Hybrid and I plan to write to Ford to see if our car falls into this category.

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