It was a good lesson, however, for he learned that there were few faiths in the business world, and that even the simple, homely faith of breaking bread and eating salt
counted for little in the face of a worthless brickyard and fifty thousand dollars in cash.
They bristled with unknown perils, and he gazed at them, fascinated, till their dazzle became a background across which moved a succession of forecastle pictures, wherein he and his mates sat eating salt
beef with sheath-knives and fingers, or scooping thick pea-soup out of pannikins by means of battered iron spoons.
The English, who require, above everything, good living in order to be good soldiers, only eating salt
meat and bad biscuit, had many invalids in their camp.
pylori colonization, cigarette smoking and eating salt
and preserved foods--have previously been confirmed to contribute to the development of stomach cancer, many new cases unrelated to these risk factors are diagnosed each year.
Harry Roque also noted that the committee did not invite the poor people who have been eating salt
for sustenance, referred to by a Tagalog idiom as 'nagdidildil ng asin.
As does sitting down, drinking alcohol or eating salt
Undoubtedly there are real tragedies and starvation experienced by 42,000 people in the encircled Madaya -- where people are eating salt
and tree leaves and children are dying due to hunger and cold as well the siege imposed by the oppressive regime.
Wine-free hangovers take the form of tiredness and becoming a couch sloth before eating salt
and vinegar square crisps until someone is well enough to go for a McDonald's.
your pressure DO | you know what the recommended guidelines say about daily salt intake?
The biggest misconception about sodium intake is that many people think that, by removing the salt shaker from the dinner table, they aren't eating salt
," adds Schnabel.
Another tidbit: eating salt
with starchy foods increases their glycemic index.
along with that or adding salt to the liquid can help get them to drink.
As long as you're not eating salt
and sugar or drinking too much plonk
Toni Cade Bambara's Velma of The Salteaters realized that her survival depended on learning "the difference between eating salt
as an antidote to snakebite and turning into salt, succumbing to the serpent.
HEALTH workers are handing out herbs to stop people eating salt