isn't have any more problem than computer problems. She hasn't posted in awhile.
hasn't posted since late September. I hope he's okay.
Foxfyre, I have the one after another after another syndrome. My doggie, Ms. Songie has been the love of my life lately, but she has this annoying habit of jumping up on the bed the second she realizes I am ready to lay down and fall asleep. A couple of nights ago, she did like she always does, so I tried to stay close to the other side as I could. A few hours later, I woke up and started to get up when *kerplop!* I fell off the bed taking the small ceramic lamp with me, which put a 6" bruise on my right shoulder, and the landing was so awkward my left side hit the night side which exacerbated my aching back and it still hurts. lol
This week, I decided that learning what foods are like medicine (all vegetables have roots not only in the soil, but also in the health of human beings, and my semester in
Nutrition 101 has been considerably outdated in the last 40 years that makes me think nutrition has been exposed through nutritional science information gathering increasingly shows vegetables and most all edibles have such beneficial attributes in human health to be regarded as high as medicine, except most foods do not have side effects unless someone has an allergy to the fruit, vegetable, meat, or seed product from which it comes. This evening I spent an hour writing down the 15 Parsley benefits to human health only to realize the "15 benefits" turned into a list of 33 because the author took 1 item at a time that actually benefitted two or three other parts of the human body. I was munching on some parsley as I wrote my list from their website.
Parsley is a herb often used in soups, salads, and even middle-eastern dishes. It is known for its refreshing aroma and intense flavor. Moreover, it is mostly used for garnishing and decorating dishes. Not only does it taste good, but it also provides a lot of benefits. As its quite common for...
Here's my list about what parsley does if you really don't want to use the link:
1. Parsley fixes bad breath
2. Heart health +
3. Parsley protects you from chronic illnesses
4. Parsley improves blood sugar
5. 2 tablespoons of chopped fresh parsley has 2 calories in it. It has Vitamins A, K, C, and B9 (folate); minerals iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium & more...
6. Freshly picked parsley eaten daily prevents breast cancer
7. Protects blood vessels
8. Prevents strokes
9. Improves kidney issues
10. Decreases high blood pressure
11. Improves blood flow
12. Carotenoid antioxidants in parsley benefit the heart
13. Parsley lowers coronary artery issues
14. Parsley tea minimizes asthma issues
15. It loosens mucus and phlegm due to nasal inflammation
16. Parsley prevents cancer tumors
17. Boosts immunity
18. Lowers chronic inflammation
19. Parsley lowers and clears up vaginal issues in women
20. Natural diuretic
21. Lowers swelling in inflamed joints
22. Heals painful joints quickly
23. Stops inflammations in bug bites and rashes
24. Relieves RA pain (arthritic)
25. Daily juice of parsley reduces systemic inflammtion
26. Rejuvenates skin cell from drinking parsley juice daily
27. Added to a facial mask recipe, parsley stops skin from aging
28. Parsley reduces gut gas
29. Parsley benefits digestion by stimulating bile and gastric juice functions
30. Parsley tackles iron deficiency that causes anemia
31. It tackles weight loss by increasing the metabolism
32. Parsley cleans the blood stream
33. Parsley encourages good moods by increasing estrogen in women.
Methinks I need a new hobby, so I bought a package of watercolor pencils and a small tablet (5x5") of special paper for watercolors. I took a lot of art classes in school, but I never did more than sketch, sculp, and paint with acrylics and oil paint on practice canvases, which is a far cry from watercolor painting, which I did a little of in Art 101 and maybe dabbled a little as a four-year old back in the dark ages. <giggle>
Now that you're all bored to sleep, I wish everyone love and a happy heart! ~~~ Love, beautress