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Reduce Inflammation

Apr 02, 2015 - 0 comments

The MOST common causes of chronic inflammation are stress and diet!
1-Chronic stress can cause your body to become unable to regulate its inflammatory response.
2-Chronic inflammation starts in the digestive system, so if you’re experiencing any sort of digestive grief, that can be a big source of chronic inflammation. (And millions of Americans are suffering with digestive issues from IBS to Celiac Disease.)
3-Diet, Sugar, processed foods will be a leading cause of chronic inflammation. Lack of sleep, inactivity, too many sodas and too much caffeine can also cause inflammation in the body.
4-Food allergies, hormone fluctuations, exposure to chemicals and airborne toxins can also cause inflammation.
Chronic inflammation is linked to visible signs of aging, chronic pain, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, arthritis, cancer, heart disease, type II diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease!

If you lower your inflammation you'll be lowering the stated diseases I mentioned above.
So get at least 8 hours sleep, reduce stress, cut out the sugar, and eat plenty of vegetables! greens, colors and sulfur veggies.



federal health officials and the adult immunization plan

Apr 01, 2015 - 1 comments

This month, federal health officials are rolling out an adult immunization plan that contains a new Mandatory Adult Vaccination and Electronic Tracking Program

Public health officials will monitor Twitter and Facebook posts for anti-vaccine chatter that may indicate non-compliance with federal vaccine recommendations and state vaccine mandates

Public health agencies are urging Americans to fulfill their obligation to support and comply with the anti-choice requirement to relinquish responsibility for personal health and well-being to federally appointed health officials

The BioSafety (BS) Alert system will send out text message alerts to any cellphone within a 500 foot radius of one or more suspected unvaccinated individuals

www.federalregister.gov/articles/2015/02/06/2015-02481/solicitation-of-written-comments-on-the-draft-national-adult-immunization-plan



How to burn the most calories

Apr 01, 2015 - 0 comments

To burn the most calories, Do 20 minutes on a rowing machine. Rowing burns the most calories and works the most muscles, including muscles in your back, and also improves posture. A Brazilian study showed outdoor rowers burned 26 percent more calories during a race than those on indoor rowing machine.

The plank for 1 minute.  The plank is a body-weight exercise that works the abs and hip flexors, the glutes and lats. To do it, get into a pushup position, but with your hands together and your weight resting on your forearms, not your palms. Keeping your back straight, tighten your abs as though you are about to be punched in the belly. Hold this position for 1 minute.

Run outdoors. Running on land is more challenging than on an indoor treadmill, and it trains you better. In a Utah State study, habitual outdoor runners completed a 5K run 4 minutes faster than treadmill runners.

Find a workout buddy. People exercise for an average of 34 minutes longer with a friend than they do alone, according to the American College of Sports Medicine.

Swim freestyle, Butterfly stroke is harder, but freestyle is the stroke recreational swimmers can execute for the longest with the most intensity, according to Emmett Hines, head coach of H2Ouston Swims. “Unless you’re a really adept and efficient swimmer, you’ll lack the skills to swim the other strokes at a high enough level to get a good workout.” Freestyle also works the largest amount of muscle mass while improving aerobic fitness.

I enjoy this one all the time! Have sex!! Intercourse burns three times as many calories as foreplay. But I also love foreplay!!



Aluminum in Vaccines: A Neurological Gamble

Mar 31, 2015 - 1 comments

http://www.thinktwice.com/aluminum.pdf