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When I was going through the Boston airport the day of the Boston marathon after it was over it was wonderful to see the competitors in the official t-shirts and medals around their necks. And, of course, there were those hobbling around nursing cramps, strains, exhaustion and the usual cast of maladies associated with the endurance competitions...
After a spotty month of training in November and first half of December, I’m happy to report that I’m taking my own counsel and I have been training consistently for the last 5+ weeks and seeing real results, especially with respect to my running.
I have been focusing on my running over the last few months after treating it as an economy of force portion of my fitness regimen for the last few years...
For triathletes, January holds the excitement of a brand new season. What 2016 holds in store for each of us is still unknown, and that’s part of the excitement.
That said, those of us who’ve been around a while do know one thing about the upcoming year which is that we will probably finish a triathlon of some distance.
Do you set goals and work hard to achieve them - training consistently to ensure success? Or set goals and head to the gym or the track a few times per week...
My heart dropped when I saw my daughter lying face down on the soccer field crying her eyes out writhing in pain.
Few things can worse than that for a Dad.
When I saw her and the player from other team’s feet collide moving in opposite directions and her lower leg move abnormally out from her knee I cringed
Over the past several years Zeolite products have become very popular. They claim to remove heavy metals from the body safely and naturally.
METAL-FREE™ is a successful detox agent for heavy metals as shown by the following lab reports.
In this case report, the patient is a 49 year old female with amalgams removed in 1997. Shortly after this she was on a detoxification protocol using monthly I.V. DMPS, chlorella, cilantro and DMSA with antioxidant and mineral support. Another DMPS urine challenge in early June of 1999 showed mercury levels of 60 parts per billion on a reference range of 0 - 3. She had been unable to comply with her detox program because, she felt "bad all the time." Despite slightly elevated levels of arsenic and tin, the DMPS challenge did not indicate that any other metals were beyond the reference range.
We did a METAL-FREE challenge.
Stool levels for heavy metals is as follows: