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Did You Know – 01/17/2017

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  1. Grass-fed butter nutrition is even more impressive than regular butter nutrition – When saturated fat is obtained from healthy sources in moderation, like grass-fed butter and coconut oil, it provides the body much-needed fuel and helps with blood sugar stability. When it comes to cholesterol concerns,  low cholesterol levels are worse than high for many people. By consuming grass-fed butter, you directly increase your intake of butyric acid, which science has shown can decrease inflammation. One of the specific ways it has been shown to decrease inflammation is in the intestines of people with Crohn’s disease.

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2.  3 Benefits of Eating Liver – This is amazing to me as I love liver always knew it was healthy but because most of my family do not like it I got out of the habit of eating it.  Have to start again.

The benefits are:-

a.  Loaded with Vitamin B12

b. High Source of Other B Vitamins

c.  Prevents Anemia

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3. By hitting someone with a stick you could prevent them from being electrocuted. Getting a shock causes your muscles to tense up, it can prevent a person holding a live wire from being able to let go. If you can’t turn off the source of electricity, you can help them by finding a long hard object, like a stick and whacking them with it to break the circuit.

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4.  A French company created a pair of digital hot pants that doubles as a GPS system by vibrating while you walk.The shorts connect to your phone via bluetooth and send vibrations to each side of your body indicating when and where to turn. They can also alert you to texts and phone calls or buzz when you are running late.

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5. Freddie Mercury really loved cats. He had a vest with portraits of his cats painted on it, wrote songs about some of them and had albums dedicated to not only his favorite cats, but to all the cat lovers across the universe. At one point he lived with as many as 10 in Garden Lodge, Mercury’s walled mansion in Kensington. While he travelled with the band, the cats stayed put in London, making it his favourite home of the many houses he had around the world.

His 1985 debut solo album, Mr Bad Guy, was dedicated to Jerry, half of his first pair, Tom and Jerry, that moved in when Mercury and his then-girlfriend Mary Austin bought them. Although Austin and Mercury split in the late Seventies, he continued to see Tom and Jerry and his feline fascination continued – as did his friendship with Austin, who gave him Tiffany, a longhaired bluepoint, a few years later.

Delilah. The inspiration for the song of the same name, the tabby was adopted and swiftly took to ruling the roost, demanding food and Mercury’s attention in equal measure. There was truth in the lyrics “when you throw a moody you’re all claws and you bite!” and “when you pee all over my Chippendale Suite”.

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Did You Know – 08/15/2016

 

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Happy Birthday Jamin. Fishing and relaxing with a Dark and Stormy Drink

1.That it is my Son Jamin’s Birthday today. It is also our good friend Tim’s Birthday.Hope they both have a wonderful day.

Happy Birthday To our 'Awesome' Tim.

Happy Birthday To our ‘Awesome’ Tim.

 

 

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2. The Rules to get the best seafood.

a. Buy low – Slash toxin exposure by buying seafood low on the food chain: scallops, oysters, shrimp and anchovies, catfish, clams, pollock, sardines, salmon squid and Tilapia.

b. To minimize mercury avoid predatory fish like: Shark, Marlin, Swordfish, Tilefish, Ahi, and bigeye tun, King mackerel and orange roughy.

c. Pick long living species like bluefish, albacore, yellow fin  tuna and striped bass only occasionally.

Source:Prevention.com

 

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3.You need to  read the Ingredients of Sunscreens

Chemicals to avoid like Retinyl palmitate, a type of vitamin A found in many SPF products can speed skin Tumor growth. Oxybenzone, a chemical found in many sunscreens is not only bad for your skin it has been found to be killing coral reefs and other sea creatures. Because of sunscreen used while swimming the Oxybenzone harms the DNA of both adult coral and larval young.

Sunscreen chemicals interact with sunlight to hamper the growth of phytoplankton, causing the death of whales, fish and other species that rely on tiny plants for food.

Source : Prevention.com

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4. That  studies have found that runners who rinsed with minty mouthwash solution during workout  are able to go faster than those who drank an icy sports drink. Menthol can make you feel cool all over and appears to reduce feelings of dryness and thirst that can slow you down. 

Source: Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in sports

 

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5. According to the American Journal of Clinical Dermatology that there is an impressive reduction of 25% in melanoma occurrence among people who drank one to four daily cups of coffee compared with non-coffee drinkers. Various antioxidants in coffee apparently interfere with the formation of cancer via UV light

 

 

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Did you Know – 07/27/2015

1. There are three ways to use deoderant other than it is normally used for:-

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a. Fingernail polish remover – Use the deodorant spray only. Spray on hand and toe nails and it will remove the nail polish without that awful chemical smell.

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b. After a shower and dried off with a towel, spray your moist legs with the deoderant and those skinny jeans will just slip on.

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c. Deodorant stick is good for Mossie bites. It will take the itch away.

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2. If you slowly pour a handful of salt into a totally full glass of water it will not overflow. In fact, the water level will go down.

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3. Babies are born with more bones than adults.

Because as they grow up, some of the bones fuse together to form one bone. This is because babieshave more cartilage than bone. New born babies have around 305 bones. A baby’s skeleton is mostly made up of cartilage

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4.On Mercury during the day, the Sun rises, stops, about-turns and eventually sets where it rose. 

Even though Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun, temperatures can reach -280 degrees F. Why? Since Mercury has almost no atmosphere, there is nothing to trap heat near the surface. So, the dark side of Mercury (the side facing away from the Sun) is very cold.

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Useful Indication of Mercury In fish

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Did You Know – 12/20/2012

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1. Cows give more milk when they listen to music. They believe farmers could get an extra pint from their charges by playing classical music or smoochy numbers in the cowshed.
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2. Before mercury, brandy was used to fill thermometers.. Mercury has a high boiling point and can measure high temperatures. Alcohol has a low freezing point and can measure very low temperatures. To accurately measure very high and also very low temperatures both are used.
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3. Texas is the only state that permits residents to cast absentee ballots from space.
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4. Mattel marketed a doll called “Growing Up Skipper it was to be ‘Barbie’s’ younger sister. In 1975, “Growing Up Skipper” was released. The gimmick of the doll, which led to much controversy in the newspapers, was that if Skipper’s arm was rotated, the doll would become an inch taller and small breasts would appear on her rubber torso.
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5. Koala and humans are the only animals with unique fingerprints. Even with an electron microscope, it can be quite difficult to distinguish between the two.
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Did You Know – 04/16/2012


Before Mercury, Brandy was used to fill thermometers
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The shortest word with all five vowels in alphabetical order is “aerious,” meaning “airy”
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If you keep a goldfish in the dark it will eventually turn white
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Bill Gates designed a traffic control system for Seattle when he was only 15 years old. Bill and a friend, Paul Allen, formed a company called Traf-Data, which used the Intel 8008 microprocessor to help control traffic patterns in Seattle. Gates eventually sold this system to the city for $20,000 when he was only fifteen years old.
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The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows. It was the fashion in Renaissance Florence to shave them off!
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Peanuts are one of the ingredients in dynamite.Peanut oil can be processed to produce glycerol, which can be used to make nitroglycerin, one of the constituents of dynamite. However, there are other processes that can be used to make dynamite without using peanuts at all.
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Swedish Fish High in Nutrients, Low in Mercury

Scientists studied more than 900 Swedish men and women who answered questionnaires about the amount of fish in their diet.
The researchers also analyzed the subjects’ red blood cells for levels of mercury and selenium, another element that has been tied to heart health.

Mercury levels in the subjects were generally low by Scandinavian standards, the Swedish team found, but higher than much of the U.S. population. But people whose red blood cells showed elevated amounts of mercury did not have a higher risk of cardiac problems than those whose red cells had less of the toxin.

“The protective nutrients in fish override any harmful effect of mercury at these low levels of mercury,” says Maria Wennberg, a public health researcher at Ume University and a member of the study team.

Seafood is high in omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin B12, protein, selenium, and iron. It’s also brain food,

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