December 11, 2013 by admin | 3 Comments | Filed in Men's Health
This isn't an ethical question, but quite really asking if it is safe for a teenager to use weight loss solutions like weight loss milkshakes and other things of that nature. Thanks in advance. After speaking to others on the web, I found the answer. This question is a very open-ended question in which there is not a single answer to. Weight loss products can be as mild as meal replacement bars or shakes to appetitie suppresant pills. The answer to your question is going to depend on which products that you are speaking of. As a very general answer, you need to look at the nutrients that a teen needs to get everyday. If the product is restricting this, or preventing the intake of this, then no – they are not safe. As far as "weight loss milkshakes", look as the nutritional content in each of the shakes. If this shake is providing the proteins, carbs, and good fats that are needed in good proportions and amounts, then there should not be a problem. The problem arises when you get into some of the replacement drinks that are nothing more than an apetite suppresant with no nutritional value.
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December 10, 2013 by admin | 4 Comments | Filed in Natural Remedies
What are some natural remedies for sleep insomnia? I'm trying not to become too reliant on my sleeping pills but things aren't looking very well. I'm going on day 5 day now with very little rest. Basically… Insomnia can be caused by anxiety, a vitamin B deficiency, iodine deficiency, acid brain, electrolyte imbalance, and/or excess calcium and/or fluoride in the pineal gland, etc. Oral Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) and Honey: Mix two teaspoons of ACV with two teaspoons of honey in one cup of water and drink. If the ACV-honey remedy does not work, try the following remedies one by one until one works for you but do not try them all at once: 1. The B Vitamins: Take 500 to 1000 milligrams of niacinamide (vitamin B3) (reduces anxiety) before sleep. Also take a B Complex (B50 / 100) one to two times a week.
2. Oral Iodine (e. G. Lugol's solution): Take two to four drops of iodine in one cup of water before sleep.
3. Alkalization (alkalizes the body, especially the brain and also removes excess calcium): Add 1/2 a teaspoon each of (tri)sodium citrate and (tri)potassium citrate to one cup of water one to two times a day (morning and/or one to two hours before sleep).
4. Oral Borax (sodium tetraborate) (a natural powdered laundry detergent) (removes fluoride): Mix 1/8 teaspoon (women) to 1/4 teaspoon (men) of borax to a liter of water and drink throughout the day for four to five days a week (or you can also add a pinch of borax to one cup of water four times a day). DO NOT CONFUSE BORAX WITH BORIC ACID. DO NOT TAKE BORIC ACID IN PLACE OF BORAX.
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December 9, 2013 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Natural Remedies
What are some of the most commen symptoms of anxiety and what is the most natural approach to helping cure them. Today I found out that… I had it and thank god, its reduced so much now. First of all it's all in your head so: The solution is also in your head. Try this 1- when it hits you do not think about how ppl see you 2- do not stop thinking that is focus on what you were doing and how will you finish it. 3- get your self busy if you are not engaged in any activity when does it usually happen email me if you like good luck
December 9, 2013 by admin | 5 Comments | Filed in Natural Remedies
My brother was diagnosed with ADHD but we are skeptical with all the different medications we heard about. The side effects can be horrible. Are there any natural remedies. What I found out was – You're right to question the ADHD drugs as the side effects list (and potential for addiction or abuse) is much larger than many people would like. However, there have actually been a lot of studies that have shown that Fish Oil can help with ADD/ADHD. It seems too simple, and that may be one reason it wasn't really looked at closely for this, but I wasn't surprised it would help when I thought about it. The EPA and DHA in Fish Oil help with all sorts of things including heart health, skin health, and brain health. There was a good article at that covers some of this as well. Give it a try. . It's economical, safe, and easy. Just make sure that the company you get it from uses Molecular Distillation because that's currently the only safe way to remove any trace contaminants of any heavy metals. Of course, if you aren't sure about the dosage or the benefits, you may want to consult with a holistic doctor, as they may have other additional options available to them. There are also a lot of people who have found some relief from limiting sugar, artificial colors/flavorings, and going with less (or no) processed food to take away those possible causes as well. From research I've done, Fish Oil tends to help more, but both work even better together. Good luck and I hope I helped. : I would avoid the link that Horace lists. . While it looks like it's an official Dora the Explorer site, the graphics aren't quite right and it's missing the required copyright information. It seems to be a fraudulent site and they have been reported to Nickelodeon. [edit 2]: Ah. . And now I see. . You gave the same citation as an answer to Horace's question so you're a spammer/scammer with two accounts. I get it. You're a tricky one, but you've been reported for breaking the ToS.
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December 9, 2013 by admin | 1 Comment | Filed in Men's Health
Besides, the obvious acrobatics, gymnastics, and sword training, what else would Nightcrawler's workout consist of as far as weightlifting, martial arts, sprinting/running, and anything else? I'd prefer an answer from someone who knows the X-Men comics (not the movie) well, but all are welcome. Thanks. Basically… Nightcrawler trains pretty much by just putting himself in combat simulations in the danger room. A lot of the time it is fighting robots etc. Which he defeats with all the abilities you have described (swordfighting, acrobatics etc). For his BAMFs in particular, he sometimes trains by trying to teleport at further distances or with shorter recovery time between 'ports. Also trying to teleport with larger and larger objects to increase his potential.
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