A good routine is to start the day with a high fibre cereal such as Fiber First or Fiber One. But if you find this not appetizing, PGX (PolyGlycopleX) is a natural super fibre gel that, gram for gram, provides more fibre punch than any other fibres. The initial dose is one to two soft gels one hour before meals with a glass of water.
For fifteen professional seasons, nine of them in the major leagues, those words (or some variation of them) began my workday. I heard them in tiny small town ballparks and in triple decker urban stadiums that seated fifty thousand people or more. I heard them in spring training; I heard them in the playoffs; I may have even heard them in my sleep.
A ligament injury to the knee is usually painful at rest and may be swollen and warm. The pain is usually worsened by bending the knee, putting weight on the knee, or walking. The severity of the injury can vary from mild (minor stretching or tearing of the ligament fibers, such as a low grade sprain) to severe (complete tear of the ligament fibers).
This fading was something that happened to the goddess Demeter, when she refused to eat and drink, whilst she searched for her missing daughter, Persephone.It was also thought that if a mortal consumed ambrosia and nectar then they would become immortal; the attempted theft of ambrosia was one of the crimes of Tantalus that saw him given eternal punishment.The consumption of ambrosia though did not necessarily make mortals immortals, for in the famous story of the Wooden Horse at Troy, the Achaean heroes found inside, were fed by the goddess Athena with ambrosia, when they grew hungry.Ambrosia and Nectar in Greek MythsAmbrosia and nectar though were more than just food and drink and the Greek gods and goddesses put it to other uses.Ambrosia and nectar could be used as a restorative, and Zeus would give it to the Hecatonchires and Cyclopes after their release from Tartarus; Zeus knew he needed the restored strength of the freed prisoners during the Titanomachy.Aphrodite would also be fed ambrosia when she was injured fighting the Greek hero Diomedes at Troy; the ambrosia healing the goddess’ wounds.Also during the Trojan War, the body of the son of Zeus, Sarpedon, was cleansed in ambrosia by Apollo, after the Trojan defender had been killed by Patroclus. In this case, ambrosia was considered to be a fragrant funeral product.The most famous use of ambrosia though comes from shortly before the Trojan War, and appears in one version of the Achilles myth. Thetis, the mother of Achilles, was attempting to make her son immortal, firstly by covering Achilles in ambrosia, and then burning away the mortal part of his body, when she was interrupted by her husband Peleus.