At the Heart of the Problem

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 29, 2011 Under: HEALTH
Our hearts keep us physically alive and present on earth.  They beat at a normal, slow or rapid rate. Many times there is not a cause for concern because the heart could be reacting to factors that contribute to it's speeding up or slowing down. This can be caused by bosses that speak in tongues or even the food you ate.  If your heart is normal and you have no underlying conditions you should be ok once you relax and eat foods that maximize the hearts producivity.

Surgery is frightening even if it is outpatient.  So most of the time it is best to avoid it if possible.  Yes, you can have a wonderful surgeon who happens to be thoughtful as well by not blaming you for the condition of your health but by indicating that your problems were out of your hands. Life has it's own set of values consisting of competency and prediction which are difficult to juggle.  One can be competent or have knowledge and experience to do one sordid thing or another but to predict an outcome of any surgery or procedure requires another set of skills. This means of course in laymens terms that once can perform an operation no matter how minor, but other problems may arise thus causing things not to go very well.  That didn't mean that most of the surgical team was not competent or unable to do the most simplest of procedures, it just means that the acquired language of life and it's elements could have become dated or rather aged or expire and given that nomenclature of linguistic communication things go awry. 

There are risks in everything and even with the surgical team you have in assisting you with the job. We all have a linguistic component that gives rise to how people communicate in attempts to get a job done or motive to assist with any donation of that can transplant itself into saving something even if it is oneself. And given that complex of element within the universal span of survival people will often use a sacrificial lamb for their own little dirty devil. Sometimes the table is set before the surgeon arrives. In doing so by alterior preparation, so that when things go wrong the surgeon; he or she can bass up in the face of one who carries the burden of the lamb.  Is this appropriate work ethic, to tell a little lie at the table? No, absolutely not. But, work is related to surivial as kill is related to hunt.  Work will produce at least a portion of the means you need to survive, some people have to live with their parents or go on section 8 or supportive food and housing to get the rest. To hunt and kill is the slaying in defense of preservation by universal sacrifice of what one believes can be used to be rescued to avoid expiration.

The heart as do other body parts have their own way of expiring or as they can develop an onset of problems that reduce chances of longevity.  As with health insurance there is that deductible that is all too high and with the heart there are homocysteine levels that if elevated can cause problems. Although many insurances consider this test experimental.  Those premiums who infact make things very difficult to afford and really control the intake thus, more pressure on the heart to endure all that should be affordable regarding the cost of living.  Efforts should be made to lower the cost of living in each state with regard to housing, food and other necessities according to lowered earnings; something also needs to be done about lowering the homocysteine levels in our bodies so that they do not contribute in producing abnormal hreat rates or arrhythmias. We can take Vitamin B6, B12, Folate and Selenium but that alone may not be all that is needed as homocysteine increases in our bodies as we get older.

TMG or Trimethlyglycine is the chemical term for betadine. This is extracted from sugar beets. TMG is considered part of the methyl group that protects cellular DNA. It therefore also lowers the homocysteine levels (which is an amino acid) concentration in our bodies by breaking down homocysteine because the body is unable to.  Once the homocysteine levels are lowered the heart can continue to beat normally because the damage to the lining of the arteries is reduced and which also reduces the chances for blood clots. Premiums exist as do deductibles and are the topic of discussion. If we could control things insurance matters would be foremost. When it is used to reduce the amount of food on our plates and not become affordable perhaps by lowering the amount of homocysteine in our bodies we could prevent a major use for health insurance. That's one way of telling those premiums where to go!

In : HEALTH 



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At the Heart of the Problem

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 29, 2011 Under: HEALTH
Our hearts keep us physically alive and present on earth.  They beat at a normal, slow or rapid rate. Many times there is not a cause for concern because the heart could be reacting to factors that contribute to it's speeding up or slowing down. This can be caused by bosses that speak in tongues or even the food you ate.  If your heart is normal and you have no underlying conditions you should be ok once you relax and eat foods that maximize the hearts producivity.

Surgery is frightening even if it is outpatient.  So most of the time it is best to avoid it if possible.  Yes, you can have a wonderful surgeon who happens to be thoughtful as well by not blaming you for the condition of your health but by indicating that your problems were out of your hands. Life has it's own set of values consisting of competency and prediction which are difficult to juggle.  One can be competent or have knowledge and experience to do one sordid thing or another but to predict an outcome of any surgery or procedure requires another set of skills. This means of course in laymens terms that once can perform an operation no matter how minor, but other problems may arise thus causing things not to go very well.  That didn't mean that most of the surgical team was not competent or unable to do the most simplest of procedures, it just means that the acquired language of life and it's elements could have become dated or rather aged or expire and given that nomenclature of linguistic communication things go awry. 

There are risks in everything and even with the surgical team you have in assisting you with the job. We all have a linguistic component that gives rise to how people communicate in attempts to get a job done or motive to assist with any donation of that can transplant itself into saving something even if it is oneself. And given that complex of element within the universal span of survival people will often use a sacrificial lamb for their own little dirty devil. Sometimes the table is set before the surgeon arrives. In doing so by alterior preparation, so that when things go wrong the surgeon; he or she can bass up in the face of one who carries the burden of the lamb.  Is this appropriate work ethic, to tell a little lie at the table? No, absolutely not. But, work is related to surivial as kill is related to hunt.  Work will produce at least a portion of the means you need to survive, some people have to live with their parents or go on section 8 or supportive food and housing to get the rest. To hunt and kill is the slaying in defense of preservation by universal sacrifice of what one believes can be used to be rescued to avoid expiration.

The heart as do other body parts have their own way of expiring or as they can develop an onset of problems that reduce chances of longevity.  As with health insurance there is that deductible that is all too high and with the heart there are homocysteine levels that if elevated can cause problems. Although many insurances consider this test experimental.  Those premiums who infact make things very difficult to afford and really control the intake thus, more pressure on the heart to endure all that should be affordable regarding the cost of living.  Efforts should be made to lower the cost of living in each state with regard to housing, food and other necessities according to lowered earnings; something also needs to be done about lowering the homocysteine levels in our bodies so that they do not contribute in producing abnormal hreat rates or arrhythmias. We can take Vitamin B6, B12, Folate and Selenium but that alone may not be all that is needed as homocysteine increases in our bodies as we get older.

TMG or Trimethlyglycine is the chemical term for betadine. This is extracted from sugar beets. TMG is considered part of the methyl group that protects cellular DNA. It therefore also lowers the homocysteine levels (which is an amino acid) concentration in our bodies by breaking down homocysteine because the body is unable to.  Once the homocysteine levels are lowered the heart can continue to beat normally because the damage to the lining of the arteries is reduced and which also reduces the chances for blood clots. Premiums exist as do deductibles and are the topic of discussion. If we could control things insurance matters would be foremost. When it is used to reduce the amount of food on our plates and not become affordable perhaps by lowering the amount of homocysteine in our bodies we could prevent a major use for health insurance. That's one way of telling those premiums where to go!

In : HEALTH 



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At the Heart of the Problem

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 29, 2011 Under: HEALTH
Our hearts keep us physically alive and present on earth.  They beat at a normal, slow or rapid rate. Many times there is not a cause for concern because the heart could be reacting to factors that contribute to it's speeding up or slowing down. This can be caused by bosses that speak in tongues or even the food you ate.  If your heart is normal and you have no underlying conditions you should be ok once you relax and eat foods that maximize the hearts producivity.

Surgery is frightening even if it is outpatient.  So most of the time it is best to avoid it if possible.  Yes, you can have a wonderful surgeon who happens to be thoughtful as well by not blaming you for the condition of your health but by indicating that your problems were out of your hands. Life has it's own set of values consisting of competency and prediction which are difficult to juggle.  One can be competent or have knowledge and experience to do one sordid thing or another but to predict an outcome of any surgery or procedure requires another set of skills. This means of course in laymens terms that once can perform an operation no matter how minor, but other problems may arise thus causing things not to go very well.  That didn't mean that most of the surgical team was not competent or unable to do the most simplest of procedures, it just means that the acquired language of life and it's elements could have become dated or rather aged or expire and given that nomenclature of linguistic communication things go awry. 

There are risks in everything and even with the surgical team you have in assisting you with the job. We all have a linguistic component that gives rise to how people communicate in attempts to get a job done or motive to assist with any donation of that can transplant itself into saving something even if it is oneself. And given that complex of element within the universal span of survival people will often use a sacrificial lamb for their own little dirty devil. Sometimes the table is set before the surgeon arrives. In doing so by alterior preparation, so that when things go wrong the surgeon; he or she can bass up in the face of one who carries the burden of the lamb.  Is this appropriate work ethic, to tell a little lie at the table? No, absolutely not. But, work is related to surivial as kill is related to hunt.  Work will produce at least a portion of the means you need to survive, some people have to live with their parents or go on section 8 or supportive food and housing to get the rest. To hunt and kill is the slaying in defense of preservation by universal sacrifice of what one believes can be used to be rescued to avoid expiration.

The heart as do other body parts have their own way of expiring or as they can develop an onset of problems that reduce chances of longevity.  As with health insurance there is that deductible that is all too high and with the heart there are homocysteine levels that if elevated can cause problems. Although many insurances consider this test experimental.  Those premiums who infact make things very difficult to afford and really control the intake thus, more pressure on the heart to endure all that should be affordable regarding the cost of living.  Efforts should be made to lower the cost of living in each state with regard to housing, food and other necessities according to lowered earnings; something also needs to be done about lowering the homocysteine levels in our bodies so that they do not contribute in producing abnormal hreat rates or arrhythmias. We can take Vitamin B6, B12, Folate and Selenium but that alone may not be all that is needed as homocysteine increases in our bodies as we get older.

TMG or Trimethlyglycine is the chemical term for betadine. This is extracted from sugar beets. TMG is considered part of the methyl group that protects cellular DNA. It therefore also lowers the homocysteine levels (which is an amino acid) concentration in our bodies by breaking down homocysteine because the body is unable to.  Once the homocysteine levels are lowered the heart can continue to beat normally because the damage to the lining of the arteries is reduced and which also reduces the chances for blood clots. Premiums exist as do deductibles and are the topic of discussion. If we could control things insurance matters would be foremost. When it is used to reduce the amount of food on our plates and not become affordable perhaps by lowering the amount of homocysteine in our bodies we could prevent a major use for health insurance. That's one way of telling those premiums where to go!

In : HEALTH 



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At the Heart of the Problem

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 29, 2011 Under: HEALTH
Our hearts keep us physically alive and present on earth.  They beat at a normal, slow or rapid rate. Many times there is not a cause for concern because the heart could be reacting to factors that contribute to it's speeding up or slowing down. This can be caused by bosses that speak in tongues or even the food you ate.  If your heart is normal and you have no underlying conditions you should be ok once you relax and eat foods that maximize the hearts producivity.

Surgery is frightening even if it is outpatient.  So most of the time it is best to avoid it if possible.  Yes, you can have a wonderful surgeon who happens to be thoughtful as well by not blaming you for the condition of your health but by indicating that your problems were out of your hands. Life has it's own set of values consisting of competency and prediction which are difficult to juggle.  One can be competent or have knowledge and experience to do one sordid thing or another but to predict an outcome of any surgery or procedure requires another set of skills. This means of course in laymens terms that once can perform an operation no matter how minor, but other problems may arise thus causing things not to go very well.  That didn't mean that most of the surgical team was not competent or unable to do the most simplest of procedures, it just means that the acquired language of life and it's elements could have become dated or rather aged or expire and given that nomenclature of linguistic communication things go awry. 

There are risks in everything and even with the surgical team you have in assisting you with the job. We all have a linguistic component that gives rise to how people communicate in attempts to get a job done or motive to assist with any donation of that can transplant itself into saving something even if it is oneself. And given that complex of element within the universal span of survival people will often use a sacrificial lamb for their own little dirty devil. Sometimes the table is set before the surgeon arrives. In doing so by alterior preparation, so that when things go wrong the surgeon; he or she can bass up in the face of one who carries the burden of the lamb.  Is this appropriate work ethic, to tell a little lie at the table? No, absolutely not. But, work is related to surivial as kill is related to hunt.  Work will produce at least a portion of the means you need to survive, some people have to live with their parents or go on section 8 or supportive food and housing to get the rest. To hunt and kill is the slaying in defense of preservation by universal sacrifice of what one believes can be used to be rescued to avoid expiration.

The heart as do other body parts have their own way of expiring or as they can develop an onset of problems that reduce chances of longevity.  As with health insurance there is that deductible that is all too high and with the heart there are homocysteine levels that if elevated can cause problems. Although many insurances consider this test experimental.  Those premiums who infact make things very difficult to afford and really control the intake thus, more pressure on the heart to endure all that should be affordable regarding the cost of living.  Efforts should be made to lower the cost of living in each state with regard to housing, food and other necessities according to lowered earnings; something also needs to be done about lowering the homocysteine levels in our bodies so that they do not contribute in producing abnormal hreat rates or arrhythmias. We can take Vitamin B6, B12, Folate and Selenium but that alone may not be all that is needed as homocysteine increases in our bodies as we get older.

TMG or Trimethlyglycine is the chemical term for betadine. This is extracted from sugar beets. TMG is considered part of the methyl group that protects cellular DNA. It therefore also lowers the homocysteine levels (which is an amino acid) concentration in our bodies by breaking down homocysteine because the body is unable to.  Once the homocysteine levels are lowered the heart can continue to beat normally because the damage to the lining of the arteries is reduced and which also reduces the chances for blood clots. Premiums exist as do deductibles and are the topic of discussion. If we could control things insurance matters would be foremost. When it is used to reduce the amount of food on our plates and not become affordable perhaps by lowering the amount of homocysteine in our bodies we could prevent a major use for health insurance. That's one way of telling those premiums where to go!

In : HEALTH 



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At the Heart of the Problem

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 29, 2011 Under: HEALTH
Our hearts keep us physically alive and present on earth.  They beat at a normal, slow or rapid rate. Many times there is not a cause for concern because the heart could be reacting to factors that contribute to it's speeding up or slowing down. This can be caused by bosses that speak in tongues or even the food you ate.  If your heart is normal and you have no underlying conditions you should be ok once you relax and eat foods that maximize the hearts producivity.

Surgery is frightening even if it is outpatient.  So most of the time it is best to avoid it if possible.  Yes, you can have a wonderful surgeon who happens to be thoughtful as well by not blaming you for the condition of your health but by indicating that your problems were out of your hands. Life has it's own set of values consisting of competency and prediction which are difficult to juggle.  One can be competent or have knowledge and experience to do one sordid thing or another but to predict an outcome of any surgery or procedure requires another set of skills. This means of course in laymens terms that once can perform an operation no matter how minor, but other problems may arise thus causing things not to go very well.  That didn't mean that most of the surgical team was not competent or unable to do the most simplest of procedures, it just means that the acquired language of life and it's elements could have become dated or rather aged or expire and given that nomenclature of linguistic communication things go awry. 

There are risks in everything and even with the surgical team you have in assisting you with the job. We all have a linguistic component that gives rise to how people communicate in attempts to get a job done or motive to assist with any donation of that can transplant itself into saving something even if it is oneself. And given that complex of element within the universal span of survival people will often use a sacrificial lamb for their own little dirty devil. Sometimes the table is set before the surgeon arrives. In doing so by alterior preparation, so that when things go wrong the surgeon; he or she can bass up in the face of one who carries the burden of the lamb.  Is this appropriate work ethic, to tell a little lie at the table? No, absolutely not. But, work is related to surivial as kill is related to hunt.  Work will produce at least a portion of the means you need to survive, some people have to live with their parents or go on section 8 or supportive food and housing to get the rest. To hunt and kill is the slaying in defense of preservation by universal sacrifice of what one believes can be used to be rescued to avoid expiration.

The heart as do other body parts have their own way of expiring or as they can develop an onset of problems that reduce chances of longevity.  As with health insurance there is that deductible that is all too high and with the heart there are homocysteine levels that if elevated can cause problems. Although many insurances consider this test experimental.  Those premiums who infact make things very difficult to afford and really control the intake thus, more pressure on the heart to endure all that should be affordable regarding the cost of living.  Efforts should be made to lower the cost of living in each state with regard to housing, food and other necessities according to lowered earnings; something also needs to be done about lowering the homocysteine levels in our bodies so that they do not contribute in producing abnormal hreat rates or arrhythmias. We can take Vitamin B6, B12, Folate and Selenium but that alone may not be all that is needed as homocysteine increases in our bodies as we get older.

TMG or Trimethlyglycine is the chemical term for betadine. This is extracted from sugar beets. TMG is considered part of the methyl group that protects cellular DNA. It therefore also lowers the homocysteine levels (which is an amino acid) concentration in our bodies by breaking down homocysteine because the body is unable to.  Once the homocysteine levels are lowered the heart can continue to beat normally because the damage to the lining of the arteries is reduced and which also reduces the chances for blood clots. Premiums exist as do deductibles and are the topic of discussion. If we could control things insurance matters would be foremost. When it is used to reduce the amount of food on our plates and not become affordable perhaps by lowering the amount of homocysteine in our bodies we could prevent a major use for health insurance. That's one way of telling those premiums where to go!

In : HEALTH 



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