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Stumbling On Balance1 day ago
Musashi, the most famous Japanese sword fighter, won over 60 1-on-1 duels to the death. He was a true master of his craft but he understood one thing: In order to balance your art, you must learn many unrelated things such as calligraphy, cooking, philosophy or dancing. You cannot just learn one thing and expect to master it. Creativity has invisible sources. [ 28 more words ]
https://stumblingonbalance.com/2018/06/16/learn-as-if-your-life-depends-on-it/
Stumbling On Balance
Stumbling On Balance5 days ago
Coincidence is the quiet anthem of the universe. Meaning is what makes us feel safe. It is the mask we place on reality to make it digestible and predictable. Its what we use as a lens to view the past so that we do not go insane. Meaning does have its place, though. We need it to carve a conscious path in this world. [ 68 more words ]
https://stumblingonbalance.com/2018/06/12/coincidence-vs-meaning/
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Stumbling On Balance1 week ago
Correction: Actually, it was patients with Depression who have low stomach acid (PDF)1. Well, there's plenty of depressed people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Best, Stephan This link includes a list of my current habits, diet and supplements so that it will be easy to follow my routines. (1) Logan, A. C.; Katzman, M. Major Depressive Disorder: Probiotics May Be an Adjuvant Therapy. M 2005, 64 (3), 533–538. [Source]
https://stumblingonbalance.com/2018/06/09/video-cfs-06-betaine-hcl-and-stomach-acid-in-chronic-fatigue-syndrome/
Stumbling On Balance
Stumbling On Balance1 week ago
Linking circumstances to emotions is the hallmark of immaturity. Just because something is happening does not mean that it has a meaning. Meaning is created and not found. The partner you are with, the position you are in, the colour of your skin, the income of your parents, your health, your mental capacities. These things just are. Change the tiniest bit of your past and you would be different. [ 192 more words ]
https://stumblingonbalance.com/2018/06/08/linking-circumstance-to-emotion/
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Stumbling On Balance1 week ago
Same as for my last post, I will simply give quotes from the article below (PDF)1. Also, the article is from 2007 so I will repeat a more in-depth search in a second post. Repleted iron stores and preceding high iron intakes reduce intestinal iron absorption which, however, offers no reliable protection against oral iron overload. Iron-related harm can be due to direct intestinal damage, to oxidative stress, or to stimulated growth of pathogens. [ 1,106 more word ]
https://stumblingonbalance.com/2018/06/08/video-cfs-05-iron-supplements-anemia-and-overload-toxicity/
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Stumbling On Balance1 week ago
For this one, I will just give the bullet points from this paper (PDF)1. Zinc is Zn and Copper is Cu. In blood plasma, Zn is bound to and transported by albumin (60%, low-affinity) and transferrin (10%). Since transferrin also transports iron, excessive iron can reduce zinc absorption, and vice-versa. The concentration of zinc in blood plasma stays relatively constant regardless of zinc intake. [ 646 more words ]
https://stumblingonbalance.com/2018/06/07/video-cfs-04-zinc-and-copper-ratio/