TopicEducation, Training and Duties of Emergency Medical Technicians

  • Tue 13th Mar 2018 - 11:43am

    Vitamin K is found in three forms: phylloquinone K1, menaquinone JRHONEST K2, and menadione K3. Vitamin K1 is found in green leafy vegetables, it helps bones absorb and store calcium and helps in the prevention of osteoporosis. Vitamin K2 is naturally made in the body and is stored as good intestinal bacteria. Vitamin K3 is an artificially made and is effortlessly absorbed by individuals that have problems with fat absorption. Vitamin K can be found in kale, spinach, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, soybeans, meats and eggs.Whereas America did used to lead the free world with its open sexuality and its values of organic foods and freedom of speech, the USA has been reduced to a laughing-stock and a third-rate Police state of the fattest people on Earth who are dying at younger ages each year because of their chemically tainted foods and zero-tolerance of exercise except by the few.

    Even all movies of today only show fat actors and actresses and rarely is seen the slim beauty of the female form as was the case in previous times - all as if fat is the new look of beauty, rather than the acceptance of the masses that the nation is now grossly overweight and certainly all the more ugly for it.America may be the country with the largest GPD for now, but certainly it has lost its moral compass and has totally lost the plowhen it comes to the nation's health and well-being at a physical and emotional level. Reversing the trend is highly unlikely, there will be no drug-free return to a national health driven by normal testosterone levels while big-business makes the rules.Health is generally defined as "the state of being free from illness or injury." Everyone wants to have good health. I mean - who would want to be sick? Health is wealth. This might be an old saying but it still stands true. Being healthy can enable you to do a lot of things. You can work, play, live and love. You can live life to the fullest.



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