Taking things slow while dating
If I decide to continue with this one (Tim says he’s done it for seven years), I’ll almost certainly modify it a bit here and there, like add some fruit back in. January’s trial, biphasic sleeping, was a knockout success.
But for now, I’ll do it mostly as-written because there’s little point to deciding you’re going to do something and then modifying it so much that you’re doing something different. I’ve been trying out “slow carb” meals (lots of beans, etc.) for a week or so to see how I like it, and it’s cool.
you CAN’T easily overeat because unless you’re just eating bacon grease 24/7, you just get stuffed way before overindulging.
I’m planning to follow it essentially as laid out and will refrain from second-guessing Tim’s choices because it’s only 30 days.
Perhaps its most popular use is turning the leaves into stinging nettle tea, which is a common .
It’s also proven to benefit skin, bone and urinary health as well.
Studies have shown stinging nettle has antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-ulcer, astringent and analgesic capabilities.
(3) According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, the plant has been used most commonly throughout history as a diuretic and for treating painful muscles and joints, eczema, arthritis, gout, and anemia.
Studies also show that applying nettle leaf topically at the site of pain decreases joint pain and can treat arthritis. Another study published in the shows stinging nettle’s anti-inflammatory power against other autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. Hay Fever Histamine production in the body creates the adverse reactions related to allergies.
best known for the stinging reaction that occurs when the skin comes into contact with the fine hairs located on its leaves and stems, when processed and used medicinally, stinging nettle has a number of helpful health benefits, according to the Department of Dermatology at the Penn State University College of Medicine.