If you were filling out a job application to work for public transit in London in the 1950s you would be faced with a very important choice. You would have no idea how important that choice was. In fact, your life depended on it. Take one job and you might be doomed for a life of heart disease and disability, take the other and you’d be fine. Why is this? What does this have to do with me, presumably a non-London bus driver in the 21st century. Continue reading “How your job can literally kill you…”
I found this one on my wife’s Pinterest page and it has the most important 2 ingredients I was looking for in a recipe. 1. Chicken – one of the best sources of protein. 2. The word easy – the most important word in the culinary arts (in my humble opinion). This one comes from http://www.goodlifeeats.com. Go check them out! Continue reading “Easy Honey Mustard Baked Chicken”
Personally, I have no specific problem with natural supplements. In fact, more than 50% of prescribed pharmaceutical come directly from natural sources. It may be that many of the substances you get at the GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, or elsewhere are truly beneficial. Why isn’t it Vitamin Shop? Does the store date back to Ye Olde English times? Anyways, the problem with these substances is that they are not evaluated and monitored by the FDA. For those of you government haters out there you may want to reconsider your disdain for this specific government agency (I have no comment on the other parts of government). With respect to medicines, the FDA does three very important things: Continue reading “Your Supplements Aren’t What You Think”
As I sit locked indoors afraid to brave the freezing cold outside, I have been daydreaming of the coming spring. I long for a morning where my mood is not sucked into a winter vortex waiting for my car to warm up. For that reason, I thought I would try to warm up our hearts and stomachs by finding a recipe that is light and airy like a sping breeze. I found this one from http://www.theironyou.com. Enjoy!