QUOTES ABOUT HEALTHY EATING. WORKOUT DVD FOR WEIGHT LOSS
Quotes About Healthy Eating
- Human nutrition is the provision to humans to obtain the materials necessary to support life. In general, humans can survive for two to eight weeks without food, depending on stored body fat. Survival without water is usually limited to three or four days.
- Healthy eating encourages people to enjoy a wide range of foods, to take pleasure in eating a variety of foods, and to emphasize lower-fat foods, grain products, and vegetables and fruit.
- A price offered by a broker for the sale or purchase of a stock or other security
- A quotation giving the estimated cost for a particular job or service
- A quotation from a text or speech
- (quote) quotation mark: a punctuation mark used to attribute the enclosed text to someone else
- (quote) repeat a passage from; "He quoted the Bible to her"
- (quote) quotation: a passage or expression that is quoted or cited
Feeding the Hungry Heart: The Experience of Compulsive Eating
This is how
Geneen Roth remembers her time as an emotional overeater and self-starver. After years of struggle, Roth finally broke free from the destructive cycle of bingeing and purging. In the two decades since her triumph, she has gone on to help tens of thousands of others do the same through her lectures, workshops, and retreats. Those she has met during this time have shared stories that are both heartrending and inspiring, which Roth has gathered for this unique book.
Twenty years after its original publication, Feeding the Hungry Heart continues to inspire women and men, helping them win the battle against a hunger that goes deeper than a need for food.
50 Random Facts about
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Well, it was only a matter of time before I too did one of these. So, here you go! By the way I'm sporting a new hairstyle you likes?
1. I’m Mexican/American/Honduran and proud of it!
2. My all time favorite movie is The Nightmare Before Christmas. I can watch it over and over again and never get tired of it.
3. I use to be a huge toy collector but stop buying them because it got to expensive plus I didn’t have any more room to store them into.
4. I have never done any kind of drugs what so ever. However, I’m curious about
doing some MJ just to see what it feels like but I’m not sure yet.
5. I met my wife at a club in downtown Los Angeles called The Stock Exchange and within one year I proposed to her. We finally got married 3 years later and just recently celebrated our 1 year anniversary. :)
6. I’m a huge wrestling fan and have been one ever since I was a kid. I would watch WWF now WWE but stop watching it recently because the storylines really don’t interest me anymore. Aside from the WWE I love watching Lucha Libre aka Mexican Wrestling.
7. My first cell phone was at the age of 23. I know I was a late bloomer.
8. I love eating pepperoni pizza. Pizza Hut is my favorite but I also like Little Ceasers. Hey you can’t go wrong with a five dollar pizza.
9. I would say one of my biggest vices is eating chocolate.
10. I’m a huge video game nerd I owned almost every system that came out. From the original NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) to the Sega Genesis to the first playstation and one of the original Atari Systems. I didn’t buy the PS2/PS3 or the Xbox/360 because they were to expensive. Instead I bought myself a Wii and it’s really cool!
11. I’m also a huge movie buff and often quote a lot of movies that I’ve seen. I also do a couple of good impressions.
12. I love watching cartoons even till this day I still watch them. However, there isn’t many
I like now.
13. Two years ago for Halloween I dressed up as my favorite character Jack Skellington and won first prize. The reward was $200.00 and my wife was Sally but she didn’t even get into the top 10 and was pissed so was I.
14. There have been a couple of times where I could’ve gotten into some serious car accidents or run over by a car but thank GOD nothing has happened. Sometimes I think death is calling me.
15. I use to draw a lot and was good at it but I haven’t done it in a while. I should start drawing again.
16. I’m a very easy going kind of guy and get along pretty well with other people.
17. Every morning I thank GOD for giving me another life to live and for the simple things in life (i.e. sun, water, air, shelter, food etc...)
18. I had long hair and grew it out for 4 years but then I decided it was time to chop it off. Many girls were jealous because I had healthy
straight hair and they didn’t.
19. I’m a bargain shopper I usually wait for items to go on sale or if I can find them cheaper some where else then I’ll go there. If I need something right away then I’ll just pay full price. Coupons are you friend people don’t hesitate to use them.
20. Believe it or not I’ve helped out my wife pick out some outfits for her and found out that I have good taste in women clothing. Hmmm... it kind of scares me, lol.
21. I’m a lousy cook but I would like to learn to become better at it.
22. I’ve always wanted to learn to play the piano but I don’t know if I’ll get that chance now.
23. I have sort of a fascination about vampires and bought a couple of movies that I felt were good vampire flicks. Here are some I recommend if you haven’t seen them Bram Stokers Dracula, Interview With The Vampire, Blade 1 & 2 and Dracula with Bella Lugosi. I too also own some of the Ann Rice Vampire Chronicles books.
24. Growing up as a kid I was never tall until I hit a growth spurt at the age of 13 and grew a few more inches but I still wish I was taller. I’m only 5'7.
25. Global Warming is upon us so now I’m trying to go green.
26. As a kid I collected a lot of baseball cards and had thousands of them but one day my little brother stole them from me. I don’t know what he did with them and to this day I still don’t know.
27. I’ve met a lot of famous Spanish groups/actors/singers all thanks to one of my jobs working in a Spanish radio station.
28. “Treat others the way you like to be treated” I follow this a saying a lot.
29. I love Photography and would like to become a professional photographer some day.
30. I do like kids but for some reason I’m afraid of having them.
31. Every morning I always eat breakfast whether it would be a bowl of cereal with two slices of bread or a breakfast sandwich. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day so don’t forget it.
32. I love watching Japanese Anime or any kind of Anime for that matter. If your interested let me know and I’ll recommend some to you.
33. I’m originally from L.A. but now I live in the O.C. I visit my parents as much as I can during the weekends because I miss them.
34. I got t
160: Human-Animal Synthetic Organisms
Human-Animal Synthetic Organisms: After more than a decade of stem cell research, scientists are now facing hurdles with cell therapy from the present human embryonic stem cell experimentation. The next phase involves human-animal combinations via Chimeras, Hybrids and Cybrids. The ATCA and HQR image show
s Patricia Piccinini's "The Young Family" and reflects on the perils of creating human-animal synthetic organisms.
1. A Chimera is produced when a human embryo is fused with an animal embryo;
2. An Hybrid is produced when a human female egg is fertilised with animal sperm or vice-versa; and
3. A "Cybrid" is produced when an animal cell's genetic material is removed and replaced with human genetic material.
Some key questions arise:
1. Should human genetic material be fused with animal cells to create clones of hybrids and cybrids for research?
2. Are human body replacement parts which are part human and part animal appropriate?
Whilst this human-animal combination may open up more potential for future cell therapy and cures for serious illnesses like cancer, there are clear asymmetric threats emerging for humanity. At the same time, it is not clear that if we create human-animal combinations as test beds for research into cancer or other deadly diseases, any success in identifying new treatments will necessarily replicate reliably in the context of the human species. We may indeed have found solutions for the artificially created human-animal synthetic species which may completely fail on the classic "human being." Hence defeating the purpose of the entire exercise.
Why is there a rising need for human-animal combinations for biomedical research? Scientists are facing difficulty getting volunteers to donate human donor eggs for cell based research and therapeutic cloning as egg donation is a procedure which poses some risks to a healthy
human female's life. The fusion of human genetic material with animal ova is thought to produce cells which behave in a manner identical to human embryos obtained from in vitro fertilisation (IVF). In IVF obtained embryos, the inner cell mass (ICM) of these minute human embryos would normally differentiate to form various organs of the human body. But when the ICM is removed for human therapeutic cloning experiments including embryonic stem cell research, the human embryo must die. This is the major moral and ethical objection of therapeutic cloning in regard to human embryos.
Rabbit-human hybrid embryos
In August 2003, Hui Zhen Sheng of Shanghai Second Medical University, China, announced that rabbit-human 'cybrid' embryos had been created. Researchers fused adult human material with rabbit eggs stripped of their original genetic material and created rabbit-human hybrid embryos which developed to approximately the 100-cell stage, after about four days of development. Moreover, the scientists claimed to derive stem cells from these embryos similar to conventional human embryonic stem cells.
Historic attempts at human-ape
There are well-documented reports that a few scientists in the mid-1920s made serious attempts to create a half-human, half-chimpanzee. One of the Soviet Union's top scientists, Professor Ilya Ivanov, tried to impregnate female chimpanzees with human sperm in Africa in order to create a human-chimpanzee hybrid (a humanzee). These experiments were unsuccessful, but at the time many
colleagues believed it was probably feasible in the future. The "Humanzee" is becoming possible in the 21st century.
A chimera of either form of hybrid will have both human and animal tissues. Examples of classic chimeras include the mule, which is a cross between a horse and a donkey. Mythical examples of chimeras include the Merlion (human and a fish) and Centaur (body of a horse and a human head).
The Asymmetric Threats from Human-Animal Synthetic Organisms
1. Medical science has repeatedly show
n that animal diseases can be transmitted into humans by any remnant animal protein or genetic fragment, especially from animal protein or genetic material remaining in the egg of the animal. Such diseases can include cancer, leukaemia, or even Alzheimer dementia and mad cow disease by difficult-to-detect prion protein.
2. Serious animal infections, presently confined only to the animal kingdom, can cross the species barrier and infect humans. For example, the HIV virus was transmitted from chimpanzees to humans. It was absent prior to the 1950s but started appearing in Africa either when some tribes ate infected chimps or was passed by errant researchers using chimpanzee serum for human treatment. Chicken eggs may contain the fatal avian virus, and poultry hepatitis B viruses which cause liver cancer.
3. If a human being is created in the Chimera form, and then its life is terminated, this could be legally and ethically unjustifiable.
4. It may be said that any form of mixing violates natural boundaries
about healthy eating
Common sense tells us that to lose weight, we must eat less and exercise more. But somehow
we get stalled. We start on a weight-loss program with good intentions but cannot stay on track. Neither the countless fad diets, nor the annual spending of $50 billion on weight loss helps us feel better or lose weight.
of us are in a cycle of shame and guilt. We spend countless hours worrying about what we ate or if we exercised enough, blaming ourselves for actions that we can't undo. We are stuck in the past and unable to live in the present—that moment in which we do have the power to make changes in our lives.
With Savor, world-renowned Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh and Harvard nutritionist Dr. Lilian Cheung show
to end our struggles with weight once and for all.
Offering practical tools, including personalized goal setting, a detailed nutrition guide, and a mindful living plan, the authors help us to uncover the roots of our habits and then guide us as we transform our actions. Savor teaches us how to easily adopt the practice of mindfulness and integrate it into eating, exercise, and all facets of our daily life, so that being conscious and present becomes a core part of our being.
It is the awareness of the present moment, the realization of why we do what we do, that enables us to stop feeling bad and start changing our behavior. Savor not only helps us achieve the healthy weight and well-being we seek, but it also brings to the surface the rich abundance of life available to us in every moment.
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