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How? Well, let me ask you a question…
What does your body need most?
You guessed right – water.
And now, scientists have finally found a way to purify the nastiest, filthiest, bacteria-riddled and parasite infested water – using no chemicals, no electricity and no moving parts.
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The fact is my buddy Frank can’t keep these “table-top life insurance policies” in stock.
The first week he burned through his entire inventory of 626 units.
But he called in some favors with his supplier and he’s recently received a new delivery at the warehouse.
The bottom-line is that I’m not sure how long they’ll be in stock or how many more he can get because the demand is so high.
My advice is to get these while you can – definitely for yourself & your family, maybe even for your neighbors & friends.
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In addition to junk food and fast food, here are some other foods that can zap your energy fast.
If you are a grab and go type of person in the morning, rethink eating a bagel or muffin. Bagels and muffins are packed full of carbohydrates, which can be hard for your body to break down.
Some yogurts are actually worse for you because they are full of sugars and artificial sweeteners.
Energy drinks, soda, and sugary coffee drinks will make you feel energized for a short amount of time before making you feel exhausted by the afternoon.
Substitute these unhealthy foods for better ones so that you can stay alert and do your body some good.
Eating healthier is an admirable goal, and we’d all like to look and feel our best. Still, getting started can be tough. There are old habits to break. There are new ways of shopping, cooking and even thinking to learn. And, for many would-be health nuts, there are financial barriers.
Sadly, that processed food much of America relies on is cheap—especially when compared with healthy choices such as salmon and organic produce.
Do you have to choose between improving your health and improving your bank account? Not necessarily. Smart shopping can help you cut back the cost of eating well.
Here are a few tips to help you get started:
Buy fresh produce in season: certain fruits and vegetables are more accessible and less expensive at particular times of the year. Expand your grocery list to take in seasonal fruits and vegetables for each time of year, so you can always take advantage of the abundance.
Buy dry goods: Beans, brown rice and other staples are relatively inexpensive in any form, but buying them dry in larger quantities makes them even more affordable. For example, you may be able to buy a bag of dry beans that will last for a month for about the same price you’d pay for a single can.
Stock up: If you have room to store food, buying in larger quantities and buying healthy items when they’re on sale can save you quite a bit of money. Added bonus: you’ll always have something healthy on hand.
Eating well can be more expensive than eating junk, but it doesn’t have to be cost-prohibitive. A little planning will make your money go a long way.
Healthy, glowing skin not only enhances your beauty, it shows the world that you’re in good health. Clear skin is so important to our cultural view of good looks that entire industries are devoted to selling you products that will improve your complexion, smooth out your skin tone, help you avoid wrinkles and more.
Good news. Your food and drink choices can solve many of those problems without investing in expensive products and without putting questionable chemicals on your skin. And, these tips won’t just artificially make you look healthier like some of those products do— they’ll improve the health of your skin and the rest of your body.
The first healthy skin tip is so simple you may find it hard to believe: make sure you drink enough water. Most Americans don’t; most Americans are chronically dehydrated. Dehydration causes a number of health problems, including dry, papery skin that is more likely to wrinkle. In fact, water helps flush toxins out of your body, so drinking plenty of water can even help cure skin blemishes.
But, that’s just the beginning. Vitamin C also enhances your skin. You’ll find vitamin C in a number of natural foods, including most citrus fruits and red peppers. You can even supplement your vitamin C intake with tablets you’ll find in any drug store, and many gas stations and convenience stores.
And, here’s one more: Eat more essential fatty acids. You’ll find them in fatty fishes, in chia and flax seeds and other sources. Don’t be misled by “fatty”—these fats are good for more than just your skin.
Are you moody? Or do you have mood swings? What you eat may be to blame. Research has shown that foods affect your mood by changing the brain’s production of messengers, known as neurotransmitters. Two of the neurotransmitters are dopamine and inephrine. They keep you alert, motivated, and help you have fast reaction times.
Another neurotransmitter is serotonin , which has a calming affect. Let’s look at what foods alter these neurotransmitters..
Proteins help keep you alert, motivated, and give you mental energy. You should eat 3 to 4 ounces at each meal. Some good sources of protein include: Fish, Shellfish, Veal, Chicken, Lean beef, Eggs, Tofu, Dried legumes, Low-fat dairy products
Carbohydrates help you to relax and focus. All most people need to eat is about 11/2 ounces with a meal. Some good sources of carbohydrates include: Grain-based foods, Gum drops, Marshmallows, Potatoes, Rice, Popcorn, Crackers and Starch vegetables
You can fix meals with right amounts of foods to help your mood. Breakfast should contain protein, but little or no fat. Lunch should also contain protein, and low in fat in calories. For snacks eat a few crackers or a handful of jelly beans. Dinner should be high in carbohydrates to help you relax in the evening. If you have things to do after dinner, go light on the carbs and heavier on the protein. Bedtime snacks should contain carbohydrates to help you wind down before turning in for the night.
Don’t drink warm milk at bedtime, it has protein that will energize you. If you want to keep your mood stable and have energy when you need it, or be able to relax, follow these tips.
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