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Lower Your Cholesterol with Avocados

Apr 08, 2016 - 0 comments

http://jaha.ahajournals.org/content/4/1/e001355.abstract

    Smoothie             Ingredients
1/2 cup almond milk, unsweetened plain, 3/4 cup yogurt, fat-free, Greek-style, plain, 1 small banana cut into 1-inch pieces, 1 cup papaya fresh or frozen, 1-inch chunks, 1/4 medium avocado pitted and peeled,
2 teaspoons flax seeds ground, 1 1/2 cups cucumber(s) peeled and chopped

Combine the milk, yogurt, banana, chard, cucumber, avocado and flaxseeds in a blender and process until smooth.
Add the ice cubes and pulse or blend again until the desired consistency is achieved.
Serves 1






Yeah, you're not going to want to go to the gym after reading this

Apr 08, 2016 - 2 comments

Your Favorite Gym Equipment Is Dirtier Than a Toilet Seat
Yeah, you're not going to want to go to the gym after reading this.

http://www.rodalewellness.com/fitness/your-favorite-gym-equipment-is-dirtier-than-a-toilet-seat?cid=NL_RWRN_040816_This_Gym_Equipment_Is_Dirtier_Than_Toilet_Seat&smartcode=YN_0003732068_0001548827

Exercise and Your Brain

Apr 08, 2016 - 1 comments

Exercise improves memory and cognition, and helps stave off dementia.
Strength training and working your leg muscles has been shown to have a strong impact on brain function and memory.
Among seniors, engaging in medium-to-high intensity exercise can slow brain aging by as much as 10 years.
Exercise also helps depression in many cases more effectively than antidepressants and purges your body of stress chemicals associated with stress-related depression.
Source: Craig Hospital

Pfizer tax advantages

Mar 19, 2016 - 0 comments

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/pfizer-gobbles-up-tax-advantages-in-a-turkey-of-a-transaction/2015/11/23/675bb054-9200-11e5-b5e4-279b4501e8a6_story.html

What Pfizer is trying to do is known as a "corporate inversion." In this case, Pfizer, an American company, is merging with a company based abroad. The result of the merger is a company with an address in another country even though the majority of shareholders are still based in America.
Pfizer apparently doesn't want to pay the $35 billion in taxes it would owe in America. I don't think that's right.
You can bet that Pfizer would continue to overcharge Americans for prescription drugs. Since 2014, the pharmaceutical company has hiked the prices of seven of its top selling drugs by an average of 39 percent.
Pfizer also charges 12 times as much in the U.S. under Medicare for these drugs as it charges in Ireland, where it’s claiming a new address for tax purposes.