I have kept this recipe to myself for the last 7 months. My wife and I have been working on a recipe that includes all the nutrients we want, is creamy (not chunky) and tastes good.
The greens in the recipe will create an alkaline environment in the body. It is jam-packed with nutrients, mineral and anti-oxidants.
Here is the recipe:
1 young Thai coconut
1 avocado OR 3 tbsp. flax seed oil
1/8 tsp. green stevia powder or 5 dates
2 cups greens (spinach, spring mix)
1 cup kale
1 apple (sometimes we add or substitute with pear)
2 stalks of celery
2 tbsp. Vitamineral Green (not optional for us)
1 packet of Reds Pak by TraceMinerals (optional)
3 tbsp. E3Live (optional)
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AIRBAGS IN CAR ACCIDENTS
Is an airbag a car safety device?
Airbags may cause hundreds of cases of airbag injuries every year. Research has demonstrated that people most prone to airbag injuries are kids and adults with above ordinary height in the neck. The human neck is jam packed with nerves, blood vessels and lymph vessels and different joints and also lower part of brain stem, spinal cord, spinal column, muscles, ligaments, tendons, fluids in meninges and a lot more! It also balances your head and whole body. Airbag injury is also more likely to affect these demographics more severely. have been instituted as a safety measure, along with seat-belts, to help avoid accident related injuries. While airbags are very useful at decreasing the total mortality rate from driving, there is still airbag injury that can result from being involved in a car collision.
Broad commercial adoption of airbags occurred in many markets during the late 1980s and early 1990s with a driver airbag, and a front passenger airbag as well on some cars; and many modern vehicles now include four or more units
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2011, 21 253 occupants of passenger vehicles died in motor vehicle traffic crashes, and of these, 56% were not wearing seat belts. An estimated 2204 lives were saved by frontal airbags in that year. On the other hand, since June 2003, 144 children and 87 adults have died because of airbags, and many others have been injured.
In the Book ; Car Accident Secrets
"have you ever seen an airbag go off? Do you have any idea what it looks like, sounds like, or smells like? Most people don’t. As drivers, we often find out for tile first time how an airbag works at one of the most terrifying times in our life—at the moment of impact during an auto accident. Most often they save lives.
To my knowledge, few therapists have recognized the trauma caused by airbag deployment. I strongly believe that car dealerships and motor vehicle depart should conduct demo airbag operations so people know what to expect. It could be a highly effective preventative measure to alleviate unnecessary trauma.
The actual deployment is extremely dramatic. The airbag explodes out of the steering wheel or passenger dashboard, releasing a powder that looks like smoke and a chemical smell that makes some people believe their car is on fire. The airing obscures your vision and can actually cause broken arms or bruises. Airbags have caused several deaths. Children and small or elderly drivers are at particular risk."
Chiropractic has been a blessing to lot of people suffering from neck Airbag injury and whiplash problems, saving many them from counterproductive drugs and surgery.
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Acute Pain Feature
• Pain usually concordant with degree of tissue damage, which remits with resolution of the injury
• Reflects activation of nociceptors and/or sensitized central neurons
• Often associated with autonomic nervous system and other protective reflex responses (e.g., muscle spasm, “splinting”)
Chronic Pain Feature
• Low levels of identified underlying pathology that do not explain the presence and/or extent of the pain
• Perpetuated by factors remote from the cause.
• Continuous or intermittent with or without acute exacerbation.
• Symptoms of autonomic nervous system hyperactivity less common.
• Irritability, social withdrawal, depressed mood and vegetative symptoms (e.g., changes in sleep, appetite , libido), disruption of work, and social relationships
• Strong relationship between tissue pathology and levels of pain
• Limited time frame that permits aggressive pain management
• Rarely involves medical-legal or disability issues.
Chronic Non-cancer Pain
• Weak relationship between tissue pathology and pain levels
• Prolonged, potentially life-long, pain
• May involve medical, legal, disability issues/conflicts, work or relationship problems, physical de-conditioning, psychological symptoms (see chronic pain above)
• May progress to chronic pain syndrome
Chronic Pain Syndrome
• Preoccupation with somatic functioning
• Lifestyle centered on seeking immediate pain relief, with excessive, nonproductive, and often harmful use of health care
• Repeated attempts to obtain pain-related financial compensation (e.g., Social Security,. Veterans’ benefits)
• Numerous symptoms and signs of psycho-social dysfunction that the patient attributes to the pain (e.g., anger, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, disrupted work or personal relationships)
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