The top picture was really funny! I suppose that's how ppl get the fitness from!ps(did you take the shot? or u just found it from the web?)i am simply a passenger who saw your blog by clicking "next blog".
Mark, my e-mail is down so here's some health news you can use. I've been supplementing with Vitamin D and a certain nutritional yeast to support my immune system with apparent success. I have been taking querecetin for another reason, but this article specifically cites querecetin as helpful with the stress on the immune system that extreme athletes experience.Quercetin Fights the Flu by Gale Maleskey, MS, RDIf you’re determined to stay healthy this winter, make sure your diet includes lots of red onions, grapes, blueberries, tea, broccoli, turmeric and red wine. These flu-fighting foods are all good sources of a plant chemical called quercetin. New research shows that quercetin fights viruses. In animals that were stressed by extreme exercise, and then exposed to a flu virus, supplemental quercetin kept them from “catching the bug.”Researchers say quercetin may work the same way in humans, and be especially helpful for endurance athletes, soldiers and others undergoing difficult training regimens, as well as people under psychological stress.The Anti-Aging Bottom Line: Good nutrition goes a long way toward flu prevention and warding off other contagious illnesses. Make sure to include plenty of foods high in quercetin in your diet and take a quercetin supplement for added protection.Our high potency Quercetin formula provides 800 mg of quercetin per serving. Quercetin is also included in our Multi GOLD Formula, which provides 500 mg in a daily serving.
WHOA! I need those escalators! Like right now!
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