Though green tea may give you too much daily vitamin K when you drink it to excess, the New York University Langone Medical Center reports that regular consumption of green tea as a beverage in normal amounts does not appear to significantly affect vitamin K levels. The average male adult needs around 120 mcg of vitamin K per day, while the average female needs around 90 mcg. While it is easy to achieve your daily vitamin K needs through foods such as Brussels sprouts and kale, the minuscule amount in any type of tea would have very little effect on your vitamin K, even with multiple servings..
The currents of disaster are settling down for them and their storm tossed capsized rowboats on the sea of life are righting themselves. Perhaps these toiling captains will recover their outboard motors as well. Maybe not, but they need to be able to communicate with potential employers and pay phones are nearly extinct..
In almost 30 years living here, full time, I don’t recall it being as hot, for as long, as it has been the last 3 4 years. The weak El Nina’s are the culprit, but it doesn’t change the fact that it’s been miserable to be outside for most of the year lately. I guess I got lucky the first 25 years or so I lived here..
Wine Company Merlot Vineyard 2010 ($29.95, winery only) of high toned raspberry fruit is the Dr. Feelgood track. From mendicant, heavy red clay soil on the Lincoln Lakeshore making for concentrated small berries and dense, richly textured Merlot. It is a little reminiscent of Al Gore, chads and the great Florida election recount of 2000: The founder of Jana Partners LLC has accused Agrium Inc. Of revoking votes for Jana’s board nominees so that all of its directors would win re election in a bitter proxy fight, writes the Financial Post Peter Koven. When an election is over and you have more votes than the other side you have won.
Most of it is not malicious looting. These are poor and desperate people with no housing and no medical care and no food or water trying to take care of themselves and their families. Unfortunately, the people are armed and dangerous. The following statement was issued by leaders and members of AFSCME, AFT, NEA and SEIU following the decision by the United StatesSupreme Court to rule against working people and in favor of billionaire CEOs and corporate interests in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31, holding that requiring fair share fees in the public sector violates the First Amendment of the Constitution. The decision was issued on June 27th, 2018.