Figonometry — Blogging for food, truth, and experience

I found this article interesting. I like learning what nutrition is to be had in the food I eat.

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Top 4 Benefits of Red Cabbage Juice That You Should Know

I found this article both informative and interesting.  I knew that eating cabbage was good for you, but I never thought about the benefit of drinking it.

Any nutritionist will tell you that eating fruits and vegetables is healthy for your body especially when taken raw. This is because heating or boiling denatures or destroys the nutritional value o…

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Iron Deficiency Anemia: More than Hemaglobin

Iron Deficiency Anemia: More than Hemaglobin


For years I suffered from rounds of debilitating fatigue that would ground my life to a halt, days of miserable headaches so strong that I could barely tolerate the intense agony of opening my eyes, at times the slightest effort would leave me winded, and with an ever increasing need for ice water. Like an endless merry-go round I would enjoy a burst of energy that with each passing round slipped away faster and remained away longer.

Month after month the need for rest grew.  Controlling more and more of time as I scheduled my whole life around the expectation that it was not a matter of if, but when the life-halting exhaustion would bring my world to a halt. Instead of attending my college courses in person I switched to only online classes that allowed me to work ahead so I could accomplish as much as I could and would allow…

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Energy: A Simple Six Letter Word with a lot of Meaning

Energy: A Simple Six Letter Word with a lot of Meaning

Energy is vital for life, but just like breathing when it comes easy we take it for granted.


Energy, a six letter word meaning 1. thecapacityforvigorousactivity;availablepower: 2. anadequateorabundantamountofsuchpower( Most of us take this six letter word for granted.  Assuming that it has always been there when we need it, and will always be there when the situation demands. Merrily bouncing around without giving thought to just how important a role energy plays in our daily life.  Never realizing that from the moment we open our eyes until the moment we go to bed we are using the precious resources of energy to do even the most mundane task such as blink, cough, hiccup, or breathe.  Jumping out of bed we head straight into our favorite routines little realizing the debt of gratitude we owe to energy as it fuels our daily task, ensures our memories, and guards us from the drain of an unexpected squeal of brakes…

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