Yes, today on my 17K walk I have seen this scene: two guys in red shirts were caring a white sofa through the park, and a boy in white ran around them.
Below is a simple list of my more significant
runs and walks (those much longer than 10K) in the last months of 2017, in kilometers (km, or K), starting with the most recent ones:
December: 17, 9, 9, 12, 9, 9, 8, 9, 7, 8, 10, 9, 7, 10
November: 10, 11, 8, 8, 7, 7, 7, 10, 10,11.
I do not count those under 5K.
It looks like I was not making my usual former 10K! I did not track the distance during the runs - it interrupts my audio-books, and I prefer to look at it later - and assumed that the distance I measured earlier was enough. Now I need to run about 1 km further to add 2K and make sure I make over 10 km (6.2 miles). There are a few days left in December, so maybe I could add a few 10s in my list.
Created: 23 December 2017
Minerals (nutrients) are inorganic substances (contain no carbon) that are necessary for normal body function and development. Macrominerals
Macro-minerals are needed in large doses (approximate recommended daily intake, milligrams ( mg) per day ):
potassium, K ( 3500 mg) - metal, ions are necessary for the function of all living cells;
chloride, Cl− ( 3400 mg) - essential electrolyte in all body fluids;
sodium, Na, natrium ( 2400 mg) - metal, essential for all animals and some plants;
calcium, Ca ( 1000 mg) - metal, essential for living organisms, produced in supernova nucleosynthesis;
phosphorus, P ( 1000 mg) - in the form of the phosphate is required for all known forms of life;
choline (425 - 550 mg) - essential vitamin-like (vitamin B4) nutrient, synthesized in human body, but not sufficiently;
magnesium, Mg ( 350 mg) - metal, essential for all known living organisms; Trace Minerals
Trace minerals are needed in very small amounts (recommended daily intake, milligrams ( mg) or micrograms ( mcg) per day:
iron, Fe ( 15 mg) - metal, found in nearly all living organisms;
zinc, Zn (8 - 11 mg) - metal, essential for humans and other organisms;
manganese, Mn ( 5 mg) - metal, toxic essential trace element;
fluorine, F, fluoride ion, F − (3 - 4 mg) - a beneficial poisonous element, essential for bone solidity;
copper, Cu ( 2 mg) - metal, essential to all living organisms;
iodine, I ( 150 ) - a key component of thyroid hormones; mcg
selenium, Se ( 35 ) - toxic in large doses, essential micronutrient for animals; mcg
chromium, Cr ( 30 ) - chromium (III) is questionably essential for humans. mcg