type ll diabetes better than insulin.
* Brain .... Researchers at the Neurological Institute of New York are considering using vitamin E plus other vitamins on patients with Parkinson's disease.
* Eyes ... Researchers suspect that cataract damage can be prevented by taking vitamin E.
* Arthritis ... Studies suggest that vitamin E may relieve some of the symptoms of osteoarthritis. Based on blood and skin tests, people taking vitamin E may show a dramatic boost in their immune system also. Vitamin E is found in vegetable oils, sweet potatoes, nuts, wheat germ, whole grains, just to name a few foods.
Caution: Do not take vitamin E if you are taking blood thinner medication or have a vitamin K deficiency. Talk to your doctor first.
As we age, the top layer of skin begins to thin. This makes it difficult for skin to retain its moisture resulting in older-looking skin. Drinking water can help your skin retain some of its freshness. Try to drink 6-8 glasses daily. If you don't replace water lost to urination and sweat, your body will pull it from skin cells. This will age your skin.
Water is involved in nearly every body process. We cannot live for more than a few days without water. If you had no access to water, other sources of water can be found in fruits, vegetables, juices, watermelon, lettuce and celery. If you are running a fever, be sure to drink lots of water. If you drink a lot of coffee, tea or colas, there can be water loss. Try drinking a glass as soon as you get up in the morning. Then drink a glass or two before eating. A person can pace themselves throughout the day to get in the correct amount of water. It is good for the body, especially the skin.
That none need suffer in spirit His agony of thirst on the cross,
to all that ask He gives living water of the spirit ......... Edward A. Gloeggler
"Children are a great comfort in your old age - and they help you reach it faster too."
"Adolescence is the age at which children stop asking questions, because they know all the answers."
"We get older when we have a birthday, but that's one time that every woman wants her past forgotten and present remembered."
A ninety-five year old gentlemen entered a life insurance office and told the agent he wanted to take out a $300,000 whole-life policy. "But you're simply too old," the agent said after a moment's consideration. "No insurance company would start a new policy on a ninety-four year old client." "Sonny Boy," the applicant steamed, "are you aware of the mortality demographics within the United States of America?" "Why, yes, Sir, I believe I know the statistics pretty well." "What percentage of the population is known to die between the ages of 90 and 120?" "Er, something less than 5 percent..." "Then what, exactly, is your problem with my age bracket?" The agent wrote the policy!