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Hey, fluoride is really harmful in any amount because of electronegative energy, which is the tendency to draw in electrons, this will distort biological functions that have not evolved to cope with the levels of fluoride they are being exposed to, and unfortunately, all well waters on average contain 500 x more fluoride than surface or rain water, surface and rain waters are what we evolved with for the majority of our evolution, rain water is the same as distilled water, you should drink that.
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Thank you, that’s good to know.


Reblog if you’re vegetarian/vegan

spiritual-hippy:

Just kinda curious here (:

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eatreallywell:

Our Monks Curry is one of our most popular dishes, and completely vegan! Featuring sesame baked tofu, asian greens, wok-fried oyster mushrooms, Japanese eggplant, red potato, in our house-made green curry coconut sauce. Enjoy it with jasmine rice, organic brown rice, or rice noodles! #eatreallywell #rebar #rebarmodernfood #vwgan #healthy #yummy

This is so good. I need to go back to rebar to have this dish again.

eatreallywell:

Our Monks Curry is one of our most popular dishes, and completely vegan! Featuring sesame baked tofu, asian greens, wok-fried oyster mushrooms, Japanese eggplant, red potato, in our house-made green curry coconut sauce. Enjoy it with jasmine rice, organic brown rice, or rice noodles! #eatreallywell #rebar #rebarmodernfood #vwgan #healthy #yummy

This is so good. I need to go back to rebar to have this dish again.


travelsofabrokegirl:

Friends and Flowers in the French Alps

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Starting to plan my next adventure. I plan on taking the second term of this school year off. I’m thinking of going from December to June. I’m still not sure where. Maybe New Zealand? I feel like that would be a good place to work, and then I could take mini trips to South East Asia and Australia from there. Anybody have any suggestions??



wnderlst:

Obersee, Germany | Carl Tush

wnderlst:

Obersee, Germany | Carl Tush

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