Being athletic comes at a cost. Of course, the benefits of an athletic lifestyle far outweigh the risks; the risks are real yet can be minimized and possibly eliminated. Athletes push their bodies fast, hard and continually for long periods. Some extreme athletes push even harder constantly testing limitations.
Creating a prevention plan for yourself is a crucial step in limiting the chances of injury to your body. Here are some key steps you will want to take as part of your injury prevention program.
Above all, have fun. Adhere to a program that protects your body but be sure not to be too significant about it. The main goal should be to have fun and to do it in a way that enables you to spend a lot more time enjoying and a lot less time hurting.
They discovered that they could create ascorbic acid in a laboratory much more inexpensively, much more efficiently and — better yet — much more profitably.
This is the exact process that was discovered: Scientists found they could use GMO-derived corn syrup (now from Glyphosate-contaminated corn) mixed with hydrochloric acid, and poof — ascorbic acid.
What’s interesting is that food product manufacturers know there are millions of people like you. (We say, “food product” because much of the time what they sell is not really “food” and much more of a “product”)
They know consumers around the country are getting smarter about nutrition. They also know their products aren’t exactly “healthy.”
But unfortunately, instead of adapting and changing their products to reflect cutting edge health knowledge…