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Vitamins And Minerals Are Useless

What I mean is that we have a plate of food sitting on the table in front of us and somehow we get the nutrition from that food into our bodies and delivered to our cells so that we can keep strong and healthy.

How does all that work?

When you eat food it goes through a definite process.

You start by breaking it or cutting it into manageable size pieces.

Next, you chew the food to break it down and at the same time, the saliva in your mouth introduces enzymes into the food that begin to break it down also.

The food goes to your stomach where the stomach acids and the action of the stomach break it down further to a soup like consistency.

It then enters the small intestine where there are further enzymes breaking it down to even finer elements.

This reduces the food to small enough particles for your body to absorb them.

Most of the nutrition that absorbs into your body does so through the small intestine.

The intestine itself is very long, about 6.5 m (22 ft) long.

The walls of the intestine are not flat but corrugated.

Upon them are the villi and on them tiny micro-villi.

These are small finger like protrusions that wave in the food “soup” and absorb nutrition.

One Indian doctor I met described the effect as being like having a seaweed forest on the inside of your intestine that the food passes through.

Just as the seaweed draws nutrition out of the ocean, so the villi and micro villi draw nutrition out of the food we have eaten.

The villi draws the nutrients through the walls of the small intestine and deposits them into the blood steam or the lymph system, which then takes them through out the body and delivers them where needed to support new cells being created and cellular regeneration.

Also, just like the seaweed that becomes torn up and thrown on the beach during a storm, our villi is delicate and can be easily damaged. Just like the seaweed our villi is intended to regenerate quickly.

If we stress the villi too much they become brittle and break off and under continued stress, they do not regenerate but become broken and stumpy.

They then can be covered with fats from the food we eat and a build up of mucus creates an effective barrier that prevents much of the nutrition from the food we eat, to be absorbed.

When this happens the villi are said to be “Energetically Impaired”.

The things that stress the villi are:
Poor food choices, high fats, high sugar, low fibre.
Irregular eating patterns.
Irregular sleep patterns, (very common for shift workers).
Environmental toxins as we discussed earlier.
The Two Worst Factors for Damaging villi are: Antibiotics and Stress.

Do you know anyone who has been under stress lately? Not getting regular, nutritious meals? Having broken sleep times? Using antibiotics?

These lifestyle issues just seem to be part of everyday living in modern society.

If you are noticing that you are often weary, not handling stress as well as you would expect, losing concentration in the afternoon, waking up without feeling rested, then it is very likely that you have ‘Energetically Impaired’ villi.

A study by the Cambridge University many years ago concluded that the surface area of the inside of the small intestine of an average adult male would be somewhere in the region of Two Soccer Ovals!

If the same person had fully Energetically Impaired villi that surface area could be as little as One Tennis Court!

Imagine lawn fertilizer being poured over two soccer ovals and then imagine the same fertilizer being poured over a single tennis court. Of course, much would run off the tennis court, and the same principle applies to our villi.

If they are ‘Energetically Impaired’ then we are starved of nutrition, no matter what we eat.

In this case the body is not able to produce new healthy cells at the level it should and our system suffers.

This has been like making a photocopy of a photo. The copy is okay but maybe not quite as good as the original.

If we then photocopy the copy, the image is a little worse.

When we get eight or ten copies from the original we may not even be able to tell what the original photo was!

In our body this equates to things starting to go wrong and them being run down.

with a modern, scientifically constructed, nutrition program with the right mix of mixture of herbs and botanical factors along with the vitamins and minerals we need, promotes the regeneration of the villi.

In a normal, healthy person we expect to see this process of rebuilding the villi, accompanied by a measurable change in personal energy, within about three days of starting on the products.

Once this happens it is like copying the original photograph with each photo getting better and better.

In our bodies this shows as the cells becoming healthier and healthier and we find ourselves feeling better and better.

A Golden Puppy

We all know that Golden Retrievers are beautiful, obedient, and make great family pets and hunting dogs. Golden’s also make great guide dogs for the blind, narcotic detection dogs, and even tracking dogs for finding missing people. Although there are many other dog breeds out there, Golden Retrievers remain one of the most versatile and most astonishing breeds that you can get.

Before you rush out and buy a Golden Retriever puppy, you should first take the time to learn a bit more about the breed. You can attend dog shows, meet with various owners of Golden Retrievers, and even go to your local kennel club. Most people who own Golden Retrievers are extremely proud of them and will be more than happy to share their enthusiasm with you.

When you buy you’re Golden Retriever puppy, it’s always a great idea to buy from a backyard breeder or local puppy mill. Backyard breeders are normally the best way to get a Golden puppy, as they know and care a lot about the breed in general. Although you can always go to a reputable breeder, backyard breeders aren’t just in it for the money – they actually care about their dogs and want you to get the best Golden possible.

You can also visit the Golden Retriever Club of America and their local member clubs, as they can supply you with a list of breeders in your area. If these breeders don’t have any Golden’s for sale themselves, they will be more than willing to help you find what you’re looking for. This way, you can get a Golden from a very reliable source.

Whatever you do, you should never rush into buying a Golden Retriever. You should always take your time, and have a little bit of patience. When you buy your puppy, you want a healthy puppy who will grow up to be a fine testament of the breed. By taking your time and making a careful decision, you can save yourself a lot of time and money later on down the road.

Golden puppies that are poor quality, are normally produced by breeders who just want to have a litter or breeders who are just looking for the profits and care very little about giving thoughts to looks, quality, or temperament. If you buy a puppy from either of these breeders, you’ll more than likely end up with a puppy who has poor health, poor temperaments, and even disqualifications in breed.

When you get your puppy, you should always think long term. Only buy from a quality breeder, and you shouldn’t have anything to worry about. Always remember that you aren’t just buying a Golden Retriever puppy – you are buying a companion and a friend for life.

Healthy Eating Guidelines

Healthy eating is not about strict nutrition philosophies, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving yourself of the foods you love. Healthy eating is an opportunity to expand your range of choices by trying foods – especially vegetables, whole grains, or fruits – that you don’t normally eat. Healthy eating and regular physical activity are important in managing your type 2 diabetes because they can lower your blood sugar, blood pressure, cholesterol, and triglycerides, as well as help control your weight.

Healthy snacks between meals may help you reduce hunger and prevent low blood sugar. It is wise selection of anti-aging health foods and it protects against and can assist in the treatment of many illnesses and medical conditions. Eating nourishes your body and gives it the proper fuel so you can function optimally. Eating a variety of healthy foods is the best way to improve your overall health and provide your body with the energy it needs.

Healthy eating is about more than foods that are good for you. It is also enjoying food and feeling good about your self. It is about balance and moderation. It is a way of balancing the food you eat to keep your body strong, energized, and well nourished. Healthy eating is a great way to have energy all day long, get the vitamins and minerals your body needs, stay strong for sports or other activities, reach your maximum height (if you are still growing) Maintain a healthy weight Prevent unhealthy eating habits, like skipping meals and feeling overly hungry at the next meal. Healthy eating programs can be a great first step. Healthy eating means eating a wide variety of nutritious foods from all of the food groups. It means choosing nutritious foods whether you are at home or eating out and it doesn’t mean you can’t make use of convenience foods. Healthy eating means choosing a variety of foods from the basic food groups: meat and meat substitutes, dairy, fruits and vegetables, grains, such as breads and pasta, and a limited amount of fats and sweets.

Healthy eating can actually help you lower your risk for disease and it should enable you to increase your energy level more than usual. Healthy eating habits play a key role in preventing obesity, a serious issue that will affect more than 1/3 of all babies born in 2004. Healthy barbecue choices are: more chicken, peppers, aubergines, fish, bananas, less of the high-fat sausages and burgers. Eating healthy food will help you to: feel great and have lots of energy so you can enjoy life more have a strong immune system so you stay well, even when everyone else is getting sick maintain a healthy weight and look slim and trim and physically fit and active. It prevents certain diseases known to be a related to diet and nutrition, particularly cancer, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and obesity.

It is a core activity and pattern of behaviour that contributes to your general well being, and there are a number of relevant online resources available to start or continue healthy eating. Healthy eating and good nutrition start by making nutrient-rich, healthy food choices-foods with large amounts of vitamins and minerals in fewer calories. Healthy foods contain the energy, minerals, vitamins or fibre you need to grow.

Protect Yourself When Investing In Property To Let

The three most common types of travel insurance are business travel insurance, single trip insurance, and multi trip insurance.

If you are going on holiday it is most likely that you will be looking for single trip insurance, whereas the business traveller may find annual or multi-trip insurance policies more cost effective if they are likely to be travelling several times in a year.

With all types of travel insurance it is important to know exactly what is covered and what might trigger a refusal of claim.

Most obviously, few if any insurers will cover travel to any of the countries listed by the Foreign Office as too dangerous to visit.

Also, there are likely to be restrictions and increased costs for anyone travelling who is aged over 65 because they are considered a higher risk for claims on medical cover, no matter how fit and active they might actually be.

As UK house prices continue to rise, buying property to rent out is becoming an increasingly popular investment for people seeking an income and also to build up some pension security for the future.

But it is important for a new landlord to understand both what their obligations are and also how to protect themselves from the various potential problems that can arise from letting property to tenants.

Income may not be steady, as there may be periods between tenancies when houses or flats are unoccupied. Properties or their contents can also suffer damage that has to be repaired.

There are special types of let property insurance designed for landlords and these cover three main areas, two of them similar to those for owner-occupied properties.

They are Landlords building, Landlords Contents and Landlords Liability insurances.

The buildings insurance will cover for any damage to the structure of the property, such as from a fire or a flood, and will pay out to cover the cost of making repairs. It should also cover the cost of needing to rebuild the property in the event of extreme damage.

If the property is let partly or wholly furnished or with kitchen appliances fitted then Landlords Content insurance will be needed. It will cover the cost of replacing or repairing furniture and fixtures such as carpets, kitchenware or electrical items like TVs. It does not cover tenants’’ own possessions.

Landlords Liability insurance is designed to cover for any harm or injury suffered by tenants or their visitors, for which the landlord may be held responsible.

In addition there are a number of extra items that landlords may wish to have covered by their insurance policies.

The most important is Rent guarantee insurance to protect against a loss of income from unreliable tenants, and when the property is empty between tenancies.

Legal expenses cover may also be needed to cover the landlord’s costs if they are involved in a legal dispute with a tenant.

Home emergency cover can also be useful to help get a problem such as the property’s supply of gas, electricity, heating or water fixed quickly if it is disrupted.

It is important to check carefully to make sure that any Landlords Insurance chosen covers the things you need it to and also to check carefully in the small print for terms and conditions that may limit the cover or include exceptions.