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Supplementing with S.O.D - Is it Good or Bad? by Qadoshyah Posted Fri 18 Nov 2011 9:30am One of my blog readers left a comment on a post mentioning that they give their daughter S.O.D (SuperOxide Dismutase) as a supplement. In the meantime, I have had email correspondance with them and discussed this topic, but I thought it would be helpful to share here as well. SuperOxide Dismutase itself is sold as a vitamin supplement by a lo ... Read on »
Accept beans contain SOD resistance to acid enzyme can restrain excess reactive oxygen species by sweethouse Posted Tue 27 Nov 2012 4:31pm Last weekend, a "healthy parents, health care of the children" seminar held by the Taiwan Cancer Center radiation therapy researcher the Dr. Lin Zhaohong in local share modern family must pay attention to the correct diet concept mentioned in the "super antioxidant superoxide enzyme "(Super Oxide Dismutase, SOD), Hermes bag  acid-resistant enzyme ... Read on »
The "Oh, sod it!" gene by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 15 Jun 2010 12:43pm Now that my brain has begun adjusting to European time, I'm going to begin a series of blog posts that digest and explore many of the interesting talks I heard while in Salzburg. In one of the introductions to this year's award winners, the winner was mentioned as having said (rather tongue in cheek) that the main cause of anorexia was the lac ... Read on »
Sod's Law by Martin Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Jun 2009 12:22am Sod's Law Noun a facetious or satirical proposition stating that if there is a possibility for something to go wrong, it will go wrong. On Chestnut Ward I am pretty much the only patient who reads. No one else really bothers with books or newspapers. Naturally I also happen to be in the only bed with a lamp that doesn’t work. So when ... Read on »
Desperately Seeking Everything and Invoking Sod's Law by Valerie O. Posted Sat 04 May 2013 8:57am If you've been reading my blog a while you'll know that I'm a Dizzy Jazzy, who distractedly loses things like musical tickets and keys, private documents etc with alarming regularity. I 'always forget to bring things' on trips too, as Teen Boy points out, also with alarming regularity. I'll never forget this embarrassing day last summer ... Read on »
Odds and Sods by Shauna M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:50pm So here I am...been on the busy side this week and it's not over yet. Work is go go go as it's the height of vacation season and we're a little short staffed so am working all weekend. My reward is next Tuesday to Friday off. Yay! I am planning a number of things while on a mini vacation that I know I will not accomplish. I've been trying to get ... Read on »
Build Your Green Roof with Sod, Turf, or Straw by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:23am The following is an excerpt from Serious Straw Bale: A Home Construction Guide for All Climates by Michel Bergeron and Paul Lacinski. It has been adapted for the Web. As an alternative to conventional roofing, the idea of a green cover over a house can be very attractive. You might choose a living roof for aesthetic [...] Read on »
More Odds and Sods by Shauna M. Patient Expert Posted Fri 04 Sep 2009 9:44am I've been out exploring a little more this week. Sunday found the wookie and I going to check out the surf again just after Tropical Storm or Depression or whatever it was, Danny. It dumped almost 4 inches of rain on halifax and the winds and rainfall wreaked more havoc than the hurricane the weekend before. The waves were great the day after, and ... Read on »
Christmas time here - sod the calendar, I laugh at its so-called dates. by the drinker Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:12pm Happy Christmas to you. Nadolig Llawen as Welsh-speakers say. (I'm not, not more than a few words, but a lot of my family are and I wish I could - perhaps something for the ever-expanding to-do-list?) Mrs Cardiff Drunk and I exchanged our gifts this morning, and I am now the proud owner of a very nice new pair of trainers and a Johhny Cash col ... Read on »
Oh sod it .... by Sue F. Posted Tue 10 Mar 2009 12:00am .... I'm doing this for me, and nobody else. If I make it about other people then I'm going to fail. So best of luck to my flatmate and her boyfriend - if they do well, good on them. It's not a race, it's not a competition, it's a life change and I'm not flaming well messing it up now! So there! :o) Read on »