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A pomegranate a day

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A pomegranate a day

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, right? Our moms have been feeding us this old adage since elementary school!             However, one thing that they didn’t tell us in elementary school was that a pomegranate a day keeps the free radicals, arterial wall plaque, diarrhea, constipation, skin cancer, and wrinkles away! It’s no wonder why the pomegranate is rapidly becoming recognized as one of nature’s greatest super foods.   Pomegranates Eliminate Free Radicals             The main benefit provided by pomegranates is their antioxidant properties. Antioxidants are widespread in certain foods found in nature, including pomegranates, and they help...

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How flossing can save your life

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How flossing can save your life

Do you floss? I remember one day my mom told me about a study that had just come out, which proved that people who flossed their teeth lived longer. She claimed that it was believed flossing helped to decrease inflammation in our mouth, which in turn improved the health of our entire body, leading to a longer life expectancy.  To this day I have no idea if what they found was true, nor do I care to find out, that’s not what I am getting at here.  However, if that were true, why would that be the case? What is...

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"No way? Yes, WHEY!"

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"No way? Yes, WHEY!"

            Whey protein is a fantastic protein source that is used widely across the health and fitness landscape. However, not all whey proteins are created equal. So the question looms… Are you using the right whey?              There are two types of whey protein that you’ll find in various protein products: whey protein concentrate (WPC) and whey protein isolate (WPI). At first glance they might sound similar, but in reality they are actually quite different. Here’s how they stack up against each other: Whey Protein Concentrate Contains protein, fats, carbs, vitamins, and minerals 30-80% protein...

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Go Nuts! Eat Almonds.

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Go Nuts! Eat Almonds.

           Conventional wisdom says… Fat makes you fat. We see it all the time on restaurant menus and nutrition labels… Saturated fats, trans fats, calories from fat… Bad, bad, bad. Fat is the enemy!             Wrong. Unequivocally, scientifically, wrong. I am here to tell you, certain high fat foods are highly beneficial for our health and have been staples of the human diet for thousands of years.             Almonds, like all nuts, are high in fat. And wouldn’t you know it, almonds are incredibly healthy! Almonds provide numerous health benefits, including aiding in weight loss, lowering...

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Biography of a Failure

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Biography of a Failure

Biography of a “Failure” Difficult childhood Less than one year of formal schooling Failed in business ‘31 Defeated for legislature ‘32 Again failed in business ‘33 Elected to legislature ‘34 Fiancée died ‘35 Defeated for Speaker ‘38 Defeated for Elector ‘40 Married, wife a burden ‘42 Only one of four sons lived past age 18 Defeated for Congress ‘43 Elected for Congress ‘46 Defeated for Congress ‘48 Defeated for Senate ‘55 Defeated for Vice President ‘56 Defeated for Senate ‘58 When you think of a series of setbacks like this, doesn’t it make you feel small to become discouraged, just...

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Why 'I AM'?

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Why 'I AM'?

“Why is your company called ‘I AM’ Bar?” I have been asked this question many times, and I have given it much thought. My answer is simple… the power of positive thinking. The mind is our most powerful asset, and it’s time to have it start working for us! One component of the human brain that is often neglected and misunderstood is the subconscious mind. The subconscious mind acts as our personal super-computer, storing every thought, memory, and image it has ever seen. The subconscious mind has no filter; it does not have the ability to say yes or no...

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