Folate in its true natural form can be obtained from fresh vegetables, but it can also be found in its synthetic form in supplements and processed foods. This form, called pteroylmonoglutamate (PGA), does not occur in nature and is both cheap and stable--unlike most native forms of the vitamin. full story printer version » Your Health Freedoms Are Being Taken Away! by Dennis Harwood | Published 8/24/2017 | Freedom of Choice | Rating: 600 Million Votes Demand The Right For Natural Health!
There’s nothing wrong with an attractive woman, or an attractive man for that matter. What we are talking about here, however, is an invisible but always-there sense of expectation that beauty and attractiveness is what a woman does , point blank (this does not apply anywhere near as much to men; however, men have their own version of such things also in other areas of life, so stay tuned). Then there are the social norms about what counts as attractive – norms that individual women have no control over. Once you put ubiquitous sexualization of the female gender together with dogmatic beauty norms [about everything from flat stomachs to hairless body parts to “ladylike” kinds of behavior] it’s a sexual Molotov cocktail: All the stereotypically female obsessions over attractiveness and sexual projection stem from this reality of life lived under a set of expectations to be “attractive.”