There are so many choices. Do we believe what the bottle says? If they sell it at Wal-Mart or Walgreen , CVS, or drug store, we should just trust that they are safe? what if you got an Rx from your doctor and they are Prescription vitamins from the pharmacy, are they safe?
I hate to bust your bubble, but vitamins are not regulated by the FDA. There are thousands of companies claiming they have the best, natural supplements in the market. Some may have in-house testing and test one sample, and tell you that you can read the results.
Not good enough. There are a handful of companies that do adhere to strict guidelines to safety, in house testing, along with 3rd party testing, and on every batch not just a sample. Some goes beyond they want to be sure where the ingredients come from, they test the soil, watch out for climate changes. Yeah! only a handful of companies goes beyond the call, to make sure you are putting the best supplements in your body.
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Today, Stephen “Bowtie” Stubbs released the lng awaited statement from the Bandido Nation regarding Waco. The people who were put in jail have been released only under gag orders which state they cannot talk to media or other bikers. a few of them have anonymously sent me their eye witness testimonies. To, me they verify every word the Bandidos have said.. A lot of people have called me a liar. The news sources can’t report “second hand information.” I don’t know how someone getting out of jail and reporting a story to me isn’t just as viable as reporting on videos nobody has seen? He stated he didn’t see the videos but made extended synopsis on what was on them. I guess its okay to use selective second hand information.
The Bandido statement says this happened:
1) The Bandidos were at the Twin Peaks restaurant to attend an organized political meeting…
I have been an admirer of yours for many years. I have been impressed with the way you have embraced reform within your own organisation, and not shied away from making brave decisions.
I have supported you during the tough times, and when things have been good. I was right behind you when the elves launched legal proceedings after you made them all redundant and hired them back as independent contractors at half their hourly rates. What did they expect? That they could continue to do nothing for most of the time, working barely two months in a year while collecting a generous salary? And when you finally broke into the lucrative Chinese market I celebrated your success.
But being a friend sometimes means having to be a critic. I want you to succeed, but I also want you…
I want to tell you a story about your dog, Zoe. We found her cowering at the pound. She wasn’t barking like the other dogs. She was simply laying there, looking up at us. The tag said, “lab mix” and she was slated to be killed in a week. We fell for it, thinking we were buying a lab.
She is not a lab. She is a pit bull.
As Zoe grew, we came to realize the pound had lied. I was scared. I felt irresponsible for letting this type of dog into my home. All of the stereotypes, preconceptions and worries filled my mind. Should I take her back? What would people think of us?
She is the definition of disenfranchised. When first time guests visit we lock her in her cage, not because she is dangerous, but because of unspoken fears. She receives wary glances from strangers as…
Our editors dove into the archives to resurface top posts published on WordPress.com this year, from personal essays to comics, and photography to fiction. Here’s a glimpse of what you published — and what the community especially loved — in 2014.
“Bill Watterson is the Bigfoot of cartooning,” writes comic artist Stephan Pastis of the legendary Calvin and Hobbes creator. This summer, Pastis collaborated — in secret — with Watterson. Their awesome idea: Watterson would silently step in and draw Pastis’ comic strip, Pearls Before Swine, for a few days, pretending to be a second grader. Pastis recounts the experience, offering a rare glimpse of Bigfoot.
My quest for safer products began many years ago. It started out with me begin sick all the time. I had no clue why? I started going to an allergist as an last resort. I found out that I had so many allergies that range from my food intake, my animals, my cleaners, basically my whole house! I eliminated items very slowly cause I was on a budget. I took me a couple of years. Today my allergies are in control, I don’t get sick, I haven’t had the pneumonia in 19 years. I rarely get colds. Then I was able to have children again, for almost 9 yrs I had no immune system to produce eggs….yeah! I was really sick, I now have 6 kids,
Switching cleaners was the hard part because, I liked the scent that cleaners left after you cleaned your home. I thought you had to hear the squeak every time you wiped. I had so many products for each thing that I cleaned. Once I made that switch, I had more room in my cabinets, I ended up liking the new scent, I was confident knowing that these products are safe for me to breath and my children. WOW! I ended up saving a ton of money! these cleaners are the best! every home should have them. Try it yourself!
Look at how much cheaper it is to use Shaklee, cost Pennies!