Salt not only flavors our food but is also a chemical preserver, which means a chemical substance. In fact, any chemical substances inside a human body should be treated very carefully. Each element has its strict norms of being contained in the organism, and any excessive substance inevitably leads to disorders.
Salt is sodium chloride. The quantities of sodium required by the body are very scarce. And since this element actively participates in muscle activity and…Continue
Added by Stacy Green on July 13, 2015 at 8:22am — No Comments
Happy Autumn Equinox!!
My favorite time of year is finally here and I can't wait to share with you all some of the ways I bring Fall into my family's home.
I have been working away the past weeks getting ready to bring the joy that I get from this season to you. I should have at least two Fall…
Yesterday afternoon when my son got into the car, he was asking his sister if she ever put salt on ice. I didn’t realize that he was talking about putting the salt and ice combination on his skin. I just assumed that his science teacher was teaching them about temperature changes using salt and ice. Then this afternoon, I noticed a huge red spot…Continue
Added by Christy Garrett on January 14, 2014 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Please welcome my special guest, Jack L. Brody, author of the latest suspense thriller, The Moroni Deception. I had the opportunity to read it and you can find my review in Blogcritics. In this interview, Brody talks about the history behind the book and how difficult it was to dwell in Mormon controversy, among…Continue
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What in the world are you looking back for? Your past? What you could have should have done? Hurts? Let me start with a story about Lot’s wife. For those that do not know this story or need just a little reminder, do you remember the woman who turns into a pillar of salt? Lot`s wife was a woman in the bible…Continue
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Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on April 26, 2010 at 4:40pm — No Comments