The human body is a complex machine that needs oxygen, water, food and sleep to stay alive. There is no magic number for how many hours an adult should sleep, however it is generally thought to be around 8 hours. We think of sleep as a time to rest, but sleep is actually a time when our bodies are busy at work repairing and recharging.
Parsley is the world’s most popular herb and is native to the Mediterranean. It has been around for thousands of years and was used medicinally before being used for consumption. Today it is grown world-wide for its aromatic edible leaves which may be used fresh or dried in soups, salads and a wide variety of other food dishes such as potatoes, fish, stews, and vegetables. It’s popularly used as a garnish for many dishes.
In our contemporary western culture, we are more and more consuming only the lean portions of the animal meat, and increasingly less inclined to eat organ meats like heart, liver, etc. When I was a teenager, I worked for a neighborhood butcher and I witnessed just about every part of the animal sold. Once the boss made goat’s head soup in the back of the store. My mother would regularly make us liver – not my favorite. Sadly, eating the parts of the animal with the best nutritional goodness has passed.