People in general, in my view, see life in a type of black vs white, polar opposite, consumerist mindset where everything and everyone needs to have some kind of label, including a formal name. In many other cultures throughout history and to the present day, this is not always the case. Did you know your body biochemistry affects not only your body, but also your mind? Who would have thought! 9 out of 10 of us have nutrient deficiencies, and more than a few are generally low in all of us, including Ascorbic Acid (vitamin C), B complex, B12, and many others, but these two are some of the most important. The important fact is the idea that we are statistically less likely to keep up a regular oral consumption regime of the nutrients we need because: a) there's not enough of it in the food you consume irregularly; b) when you do get it, you don't get it enough times throughout the day because of our previously-mentioned fact of the short half-life of water soluble substances; c) compliance and regular intake of these substances. Please check out the "Start" menu at the top to read more about this, but it takes time to study the details.
What does the average person spend their 24 hours on earth each day doing, thinking about, and what occupies their minds most of that time? You guessed it: the hierarchy of needs, and the confusion between needs and wants. Do they ever try to delve deeper into the nature and meaning of things? I highly doubt it as we are not really trained to do such things from childhood in general as for the reasons stated above.
There are many facts of life that people would find disturbing for many reasons, but would significantly help explain many of the hidden or unnoticed processes happening all around us frequently unseen.
As you can probably see with the outrageous prices on especially housing in almost all parts of the world, along with the social confusion/strife, reality is not what people thought it was. The politicians, policy-makers, bankers, "academics" and others who push more strife are basically trying to re-define what reality is.
- 1 in 7 Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime
- Testicular cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in young Canadian men
- Each year, more than 2,900 men die by suicide in Canada
- In Canada, 3 out of 4 deaths by suicide are men
- Suicide is the second leading cause of death among Canadian males aged 15–44 years
Source: Movember Canada
There’s a gender gap when it comes to health — and men should be paying close attention. On average, Canadian men live four years less than Canadian women do. They’re also more likely to die from diabetes, heart disease and liver disease. So let’s take a deeper dive to find out what’s going on with men’s health in Canada, and discuss some simple health tips for men.
Leaky gut is real
Everyone one of us has a "leaky gut," but it is the severity of it that determines how harmful it is to your body and if you have the proper body environment to counteract the inflammation and other factors of naturally-occuring metabolism brings. As you can see from articles like this, there is a lot of pressure on trying to further distort the truth!
https://badgut.org/information-centre/a-z-digestive-topics/leaky-gut-syndrome/ You also see who funds these organizations by looking at the bottom right of the page: "Government of Canada"
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