Being a former tobacco user back in the day, quitting was one of the best things I could have done for myself. It all started with chewing tobacco at age 11, bringing on smokeless tobacco and cigarettes later.
Even losing my mother (a two pack-a-day smoker) to lung cancer (and all associated diseases that tobacco use can cause) didn’t sway me none.
Moving to Japan when I was almost 31 was my chance to quit, and I took it.
I’ve been battling a high LDL level myself, lately. I’m taking meds now, but I want to reduce it naturally!! Tired of remembering to take tablets every night. Hope these tips help you.
Source: Lowering Cholesterol Naturally – 6 Tips | Pritikin Longevity Center
Fortunately, my cancer was dealt with by surgery, pain killers and bandages. The latter was a tough one because I work with kids…and they have a million questions. Getting to the point, I was lucky enough to be able to do for myself, and continue my daily routine with no problems. Many aren’t so lucky, needing assistance and TLC sometimes. If u know anyone currently incapacitated, by any disease for any matter, this is a must-read article for everyone.
Farming is hard work, but rewarding if you know exactly what goes into the produce you’re eating and sharing. While something like this is only a fantasy for many in Japan, maybe it is plausible for many others, in other countries. This covers livestock care, as well…so I think I’ll pass.
Some of us might wonder how our grandparents survived hot and steamy summers before AC became a common household feature, but the fact is older homes had a few tricks up their sleeves.
Source: How homes kept cool before the age of AC