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It is silly, but some 5 or 6 years ago, a very juvenile Amanda called the 10 11 of us The Dahlings and she drew a sketch of us in one of the CrapBooks(TM) and of course she added obvious trademarks to the individual dahlings (ie. a cleavage to the caricature which is supposedly me). As corny as giving names to a clique is, the name has stuck ever since. So the Dahlings we are. I don’t care what you guys think. :) zi xiu tang 90 miles to km Get Out There And MoveCan this be said often enough? Walk the dog around the block instead of just opening the back door. Grab a friend and walk in the mall in inclement weather. Nobody is expecting you to hit five pilates classes a week, but try to move for at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week.
For 7 months, I’ve had chronic digestive health issues. I’ve had almost every test they have, but nothing was found. I became vegetarian a year ago and the Dr. said it’s possible I’m not getting the amino acids I need. I take a multivitamin and because I don’t really cook, eat mostly pasta, soy, little dairy, some fruit and vegetables. Any feedback is appreciated re: the possibility of needing amino acids. ThanksIt sounds like you’re not consuming enough fresh, whole, live fruits and vegetables and those are the best sources of amino acids. For instance, vegetables like spinach as well as nuts, seeds and grains like quinoa are very rich plant based sources of amino acids. So try cutting down on the pasta, soy and dairy, which are all processed, and eat more whole, natural, fresh fruits and vegetables. Processed foods rob you of nutrients and cooking food destroys many of the foods’ nutrients. Thus, it is advisable that all vegans, as a general rule, eat more live (or raw, uncooked) foods and less cooked and processed foods. Often we, as vegans, get caught up in the cycle of consuming way too much processed and cooked food and not nearly enough vegetables, which results in various health issues. So to combat this, just start stocking up on the vegetables even if cooking isn’t your thing. You can find fresh fruits and vegetables just about anywhere these days. zi xiu tang 90 miles to km “Despite the substantial evidence supporting the use of exercise in the treatment of (major depressive disorder), previous studies have not provided a clear indication of the proper dose of exercise needed to elicit an antidepressant effect,” write Chad Rethorst, PhD and Dr Madhukar Trivedi, of the department of psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.