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Reply VaRiZXRqZ
10:36 AM on July 4, 2017 
OPTION TO Typical Synthetic Supplements Is Needed, Say Experts
Entire dietary supplements is currently a topic of worldwide interest. A profusion of proof has recently emerged suggesting that regular synthetic multivitamin supplements may be hazardous to your wellbeing. Goran Bjelakovic, a well known scientist from the University or college of Copenhagen, headed up a massive meta-study that viewed the results of 67 placebo-controlled trials previously undertaken to determine the effects of vitamin and anti-oxidant supplements on durability. In the end, the study combined observations of 232 000 test subjects. By using such a sizable population sample, a study can become a lot more powerful in relation to spotting large-scale tendencies and overcoming human bias.
The total results of the analysis, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, were nothing less than shocking. Looking at patients with diabetes, heart disease and lung cancer, as well as healthy, normal individuals, there was no apparent benefit to taking popular fractionated supplements like Supplement A, Supplement E, Supplement C, Selenium, or beta-Carotene. In fact, the results went in the contrary direction - there is a greater chance of loss of life (16 percent) amongst Supplement A users, a 7 percent higher death rate among beta-Carotene users, and a 4 percent mortality increase in Supplement E users. Retinol and Beta-Carotene, marketed as anti-carcinogenic agents, may promote lung malignancy. That's right - pills promoted as assisting you towards a longer, healthier life are in fact correlated with a speedier demise. This scholarly study used typical supplements on the market made from synthetic vitamins.
To add salt to the wound, a recent research published in the Uk Journal of Nourishment under the unimaginative name of "Ascorbic Acid Supplementation Does Not Attenuate Post-Exercise Muscle Soreness Following Muscle-Damaging Exercise But May Delay The Recovery Process" indicated that supplementation with anti-oxidants from synthetic resources may reverse lots of the beneficial ramifications of physical training.
Now, this is not to state that anti-oxidants or vitamins are bad for you. Definately not it - these supplements were created based on solid science. Anti-oxidants are thought to protect cells from the ravages of free radicals still. The nagging problem, rather, is the basic idea that you can get those benefits from synthetic isolated substances. Disease and the aging process are usually a lot more complicated than test-tube studies can account for. Furthermore, the presssing issue of bioavailability is an ever-present concern. Many typical synthetic supplements include huge amounts of the publicized vitamin, but lack the additional compounds needed to ensure that their key ingredients are actually absorbed by your body. Passing through the digestive system direct, these 'miracle health cures' often find yourself doing little beyond providing people expensive urine. To the rescue...Entire Food Supplements.
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Reply Prospect Tyler
2:11 AM on July 25, 2015 
Greetings Capitol City Chapter

I am Prospect Tyler Brothers in Arms Motorcycle Club South Puget Sound Chapter. I am a marine corps vet with tours in oif and other missions in support of GWOT. I am originally from north Carolina I moved to wa state with my wife after she got stationed here with the army. over the past few months getting to know the club and its membership I see the bond you all have an it reminds me so much of what we had on active duty I thank the officer and patch holders in South Puget Sound Chapter for giving me the opportunity to prospect and hopefully one day enter into the bond that you all share. I hope at some point in the future I can meet all of you and gather any wisdom you might be willing to share.

semper fidelis

Prospect Tyler
Brothers in Arms MC
South Puget Sound Chapter
Reply Joseph Henderson
10:19 AM on February 1, 2015 
I met you at power sports when I bought a 1700cc Kawasaki Vulcan I am interested in joining your club
Reply Joseph Henderson
10:16 AM on February 1, 2015 
I met two of you at power sports when I purchased a Kawasaki 1700 Vulcan,I am feeling much better now,and I am looking forward to getting back in touch with you all I am Joseph Henderson 443-502-2946 you were looking for a president at that time.But I am just getting in touch with you to see how things are going and hopefully joining your club.
Reply Ian Eby
9:25 PM on September 24, 2014 
Greetings Officers, Patch Holders, Patriots, Probates, Prospects, and Guests. I would like to take a minute to introduce myself, I am Prospect Ian, Brothers In Arms Motorcycle Club, North Puget Sound Chapter. I first met up with BIAMC last year and I have enjoyed the time I have spent with the club. A little bit about myself I have been Active duty Navy since 2001 and have been stationed most of my time at NAS Whidbey Island except for a 3 year tour to NAWS China Lake, CA and currently on another tour at NAS Whidbey Island. I hope to meet as many of the Officers, Patch Holders, Patriots, Probates, Prospects of BIAMC so I can and learn as much as possible and improve myself as a rider and as a person. I would also like to thank all of the Officers and Patch Holders that have given me the chance to Prospect with this great club, I will not let any of you down. Very Respectfully, Prospect Ian, Brothers In Arms Motorcycle Club, North Puget Sound Chapter.
Reply ryan kirk
8:55 AM on July 7, 2014 
I am active duty navy PCS'ing to Everett WA from Annapolis MD in December. I hope to meet you guys when i get out there.
Reply Chet Flaggard
12:13 AM on June 22, 2014 
To all officers, patch holders, probates and patriots of the Capitol City Chapter

Hello my name is Chester (Chet) Flaggard. I have been giving the opportunity to Probate with the Puget Sound Chapter of the Brothers In Arms Motorcycle Club. I would like to take this time to tell you a little about myself. I served 11 years Active duty Army and 10 years Air National Guard Washington State. I retired in September 2001, 2 days before 9/11. My background was Avionics, Air Traffic control Maintenance and Wide Band Communications. I was lucky enough to have found a company that needed my skills in electronics when leaving active duty Army and have currently been working for this company since 1991. I look forward to meeting, getting to know and ride with you in the future.

Very Respectfully
Chet Flaggard
Probate
Puget Sound Chapter
Brothers In Arms MC
Reply Prospect Kalua Crow
1:38 PM on April 15, 2014 
Greetings Capitol City Chapter,

I wanted to introduce myself to the officers, patch holders, patriots, probates and prospects of the NPS chapter. My name is Prospect Kalua Crow and I have been given the honor to prospect with the South Puget Sound Chapter of the Brothers In Arms Motorcycle Club. I chose the BIAMC for the values, leadership and commitment to veterans both past, present and future. I am active duty with the Air Force and just shy of 15 years of service. My job is a Joint Terminal Attack Controller (think beer drinking bomb dropper. I currently ride an 02 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic but hope to upgrade to a newer RG or EG in the near future. Looking forward to seeing you all on future runs.

v/r

Prospect Kalua
South Puget Sound
Brothers In Arms MC
Reply VP Grease Dirty South
12:37 AM on February 14, 2014 
Just stopping by to show some love to my Brothers on the East Coast.
Reply Jeremy Hearn
9:35 PM on September 25, 2013 
To all officers, patch holders, probates and patriots of the Capitol City Chapter

My apologies go out to you fro not correctly signing the first entry on your guestbook

Very Respectfully
Jeremy Hearn
Prospect
SPS,BIAMC
Reply Jeremy Hearn
9:24 PM on September 25, 2013 
To all officers, patch holders, probates and patriots of the Capitol City Chapter

Hello my is Jeremy Hearn...i would like to take this time to tell you a little about myself...I was in the marine corps for 4 yrs and was apart of the nital push in to Iraq as Iraqi freedom...i was a bulk refueler while i was over there...Im curently a prospect for the south puget sound chapter in Washington State...
Reply cletItergomot
2:53 AM on June 28, 2013 
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Reply Nicholas Tietjens
10:56 PM on June 5, 2013 
Officers, Patch Holders, Probates, and Patriots. I wanted to stop by and introduce myself. I am Probate Nick with South Puget Sound Chapter, BIAMC. I have been in the Army since 2000 I am currently stationed at Fort Lewis Washington with 5th Battalion 20th Infantry as the Battalion CBRN NCOIC. I have served three tours to Iraq and one to Afghanistan. I hope to have the opportunity to meet you. Respectfully, Nicholas Tietjens Probate SPS, BIAMC
Reply VP Grease SPS
10:43 PM on March 25, 2013 
sending some love to all my Brothers on the East Coast
Reply BamBam
7:58 PM on February 19, 2013 
Hey Brothers hope all is well, love y'all
BamBam
Reply Chris Davidson
3:46 AM on October 23, 2012 
Officers, Patch Holders, Probates, and Patriots.

I want to thank you for the opportunity to probate. I look forward to a long future with the Brothers In Arms, as well as the opportunity to prove myself to BIAMC.

Very Respectfully,

Chris Davidson
Probate
SPS, BIAMC
Reply Steve Cloud
2:47 AM on August 27, 2012 
Officers, Patch Holders, Probates, and Patriots.

I wanted to stop by and introduce myself. I am Probate Steve with South Puget Sound Chapter, BIAMC. I was in the Army from 1997-2001 and I was Airborne Field Artillery stationed at Ft. Bragg 82nd Airborne 1/319th and in 4/27 in Baumholder Germany. I hope to have the opportunity to meet you.

Respectfully,

Steve Cloud
Probate
SPS, BIAMC
Reply Chris Sargent
2:56 AM on August 10, 2012 
Greetings Officers, Patch-Holders, Patriots and fellow Probates. My name is Probate Chris, how are you today? Is there anything I can do for you? I wanted to introduce myself to you all, and ask if there are any words of wisdom you can pass on to me. I look forward to getting the chance to learn from you all. Thank you for your time and have a great day.
Reply Josh Tindol
9:13 PM on July 30, 2012 
Greetings and respect to all Officers, Patch Holders, Probates, and Patriots.

I am Probate Josh, South Puget Sound Chapter, Brothers In Arms. I look forward to meeting everyone some day and to a long future with the Brothers In Arms.

Very Respectfully,

Joshua Tindol
Probate
SPS, BIAMC
Reply Joseph Kelly
3:39 PM on June 27, 2012 
Officers, Patch-Holders, Probates, Patriots and Guests,

My name is Joseph Kelly, I am a Probate with the South Puget Sound Chapter of Brothers in Arms MC. I served in the Army from 2001-2007, I was deployed for two tours in Iraq. I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and pay my respects to your chapter. I'm Glad that this fine organization has representation at our nation's Capitol.

Respectfully,
Probate Joseph Kelly, BIAMC SPS
Reply Reaper
9:14 PM on June 10, 2012 
Hey Brothers and Sisters, just dropping by to thank you for showing my crew a good time and taking care of them over MDW?
Reply Tom
3:01 PM on March 13, 2012 
Officers, Patch holders, Patriots and Guests. I would like to introduce myself I am Probate Tom Brothers In Arms MC North Puget Sound. How is everyone doing today? I have been in the navy for 11 years now and stationed in Oak Harbor Wa.
Reply John Stillwell
7:42 PM on February 19, 2012 
Officers, patch holders, patriots, and guests, probate (little) John from the South Puget Sound chapter here, stopping in to say hi and introduce myself. My name is John Stillwell. I am active duty army for four years now, stationed at Ft Lewis Wa. I am originally from northern Arizona, deployed once to Iraq and came to Wa from Ft Bliss Tx. I have had some great times working with the SPS and hope to meet you all in the near future. Best wishes and safe rides to all. Much Respect, probate John, South Puget Sound
Reply John Pratt
7:27 PM on February 19, 2012 
Officers, Patch Holders, Patriots, Probates and Hang arounds. I would like to introduce myself. Probate big John, South Puget Sound Brothers In Arms Motor Cycle Club. I'm former Navy; four years on the Josephus Danials Guided missel cruiser.
Reply Fritz
3:02 PM on December 25, 2011 
To All Patch Members And There Family's
Wishing you a Merry Christmas And a Happy New Year From The Great Northwest
Probate
Fritz
Original Chapter

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