If you had the entire paper hand written and sitting in front of you and were able to type it out in one sitting, it would take you about an hour and a half
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Okay, so we understand the importance of typing!
The more technically-inclined people can even determine some of these subgroups themselves (mentioned on ) by taking their reclining and standing respiration, pulse and blood pressure, dermographic lines, gag reflex, noticing pupil size, and length of time they can hold their breath, even if they don't order some pH and urine specific gravity test paper off the internet. (Note: I don't recommend the one-size-fits-all "Zone Diet" that is mentioned on the hbal web page.) I find the acid/alkaline imbalances particularly helpful, and they are easy for the average person to perform: they show if the body is close to (or past) exhausting its reserves in dealing with excess acidity or alkalinity.
The response of the mainstream medical community is usually two-pronged: drugs and calcium supplementation. Drugs, such as the widely prescribed Fosamax, seem to hold out some promise, but, on closer examination, do so by a kind of chemical sleight-of-hand. Bone is a living tissue, with a metabolism that is controlled by two types of cells, osteoclasts and osteoblasts. Osteoclasts break down old, worn-out bone so it can be replaced by the new bone that is produced by the osteoblasts. Fosamax works by blocking the action of the osteoclasts, preventing them from breaking down old bone tissue, while continuing to allow the osteoblasts to go about building new bone. The problem is that you end up with bones that have greater density, but that lack flexibility, and are therefore more brittle than ordinary bones. Obviously, this is not an ideal solution.