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Egg Alternatives

Sorry about the messed up schedule, guys. I know I haven't been keeping up with my regular posting but that will change after next week, since next week is the last week of school. It's been hectic lately, but I'm trying to make it up to you guys as best as I can. And if I haven't viewed any of your blogs lately, I'm also sorry.
Anyways, I have an interesting topic I'd like to share with you guys. As you probably already figured out, I'm a huge health freak, so anytime I can find ways to be healthier, I want to share my knowledge. So lately, I've been trying to find alternatives to eggs since eggs have never been my favorite thing to eat. And I know lots of you out in the world are conscientious when it comes to cholesterol (same here). There are a lot of egg alternatives out there that I never imagined existed. Well, maybe not a lot, but a few which is better than nothing.
The first thing I ever came across was grinding up one table spoon of flax seed up…

The Truth about Distilled Water

It came to my attention awhile ago why everyone made such a fuss about distilled water. I read a lot about how bad it is for you, but if you're taking out all chemicals and whatnot, how can it be bad for you?

Many people have it wrong when it comes to distilled water. Yes, it is taking out minerals, but nobody realizes that these minerals are inorganic. There are two categories of minerals: inorganic and organic.

Organic is inorganic minerals processed through fruits and vegetables and turned into organic minerals. Remember how fruits and veggies are vital for our body? Just think about it for a moment.

Inorganic minerals are found in the dirt, similar to lets say iron found in nails. Would you eat a nail just to get your daily dose of iron? I don't think so. But this is what the society wants us to believe.

Well, when you drink distilled water, it actually goes through your body and picks up all those inorganic minerals accumulating in your body. Yes, those minerals just pile…