I've been wondering (again)...what's in my blood? I mean, there are different metabolic wastes (like uric acid) that accumulate. What are they doing in there? And, should they be in there?
When you snoop around on the internet, unless you are some kind of biologist, the technical terms and concepts of metabolic waste are all but impossible to understand.
I'm not going to go deep but I did want you to get thinking about this.
Between what we eat and what we drink, what we breathe, what goes through our skin and gets in our blood, and the chemicals our own biochemistry creates, (like cortisol for example) we have stuff in our blood that may or may not be serving us well.
How do we know what's in there? Whether it's beneficial or detrimental? And how do we balance or remove what shouldn't be in there?
Besides uric acid and getting gout, what else is in your blood causing health problems for you? Worse yet, what is going on in your blood that is going to cause problems for you in the future?
- Question: What are you going to do about it?