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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Sunspots 354

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:

Science: (or food) National Public Radio on whether adding fiber to food is good for you.

Sports: A Sports Illustrated columnist has a radical idea on who gets to take the last shot in a close NBA game.

Politics: How advocates for opposite positions reached a compromise that's good for both the interest groups that they represent. Oh, that there were more of these stories. (From National Public Radio)

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atlibertytosay said...

I've found that people that have intentionally high fiber diets have rather frequent stomach aches.

I have always been one to focus on balanced eating with exercise.

You can pretty much eat what you want if get it out of your system in some way … by drinking water, by eating normal amounts of fiber, and by sweating.

A lot of people don't realize how important it is to exercise your brain too. I believe a healthy mind also makes "processes" such as vitamin, mineral, and fat absorption more smooth too.

Martin LaBar said...

Yes, atlibertytosay, we need to be healthy all over, and exercise is very important.