Homeostasis is what your body seeks but it can not find balance in an acidic state. North Americans typically have a physiology out of balance primarily due to excess sugars and wonder why they’re fatigued making trips to doctors while taking drugs for the most benign of symptoms. Your diet is paramount. Polysaccharides and polypeptides provide your cells with the vitality required for optimal metabolic flow. These are complex carbohydrates and bioavailable amino acids. You don’t get them from twinkies and ice cream but you can get them through a select fraction of rice grain grown in the Siam Valley of Thailand. Few are aware that there are numerous species of rice of which some are more nutritionally potent than others. Hydrolyze one of the more potent strains and then apply nanotechnology thereby reducing particle size for optimal absorbtion and you effectively increase the ability of the mitochondria of the cell to produce energy. I’ve been taking commercially available polysaccharides / polypeptides for years now daily in my diet thanks to an introduction by a friend who studies blood and conducts clinics.
Panhandlers walk between traffic lanes at stop signals begging for coins and find success.
Texting while driving.
Building homes on flood plains believing taxpayers should provide bail out after flooding.
Politicians snub the free press yet stride confidently believing reelection is purely academic.
Government leaders have been firing bullets on their law abiding citizens.
Some have been disliking their job but go back day after day.
Disturbing headphone volume on public transit.
Tire technicians recommending all season radials in snow zones.
People play slot machines.
Gossips inclined to think parties not intuitively privy.
Businesses expecting success on merits void of marketing.
Drivers expecting courtesy while failing to accelerate and merge effectively.
Guy calls in sick, goes to softball tournament, gets fired and sues to get his job back.
Auto dealerships posting ads on private buy and sell internet sites expecting it’ll be a boon for business.
A general malaise in personal responsibility.
Motorcyclists with apparent death wishes via speed and aggression.
Sports apparel manufacturers believing we’ll be proud to sport their logos without an advertising contract.
Sporting empires correct in their notion that shutting down for a half a season will be inconsequential because fans are fickle, and oftentimes subscribe to a life of idolatry.