“… by any means necessary…”

sat.jan.20: Food For Life

Source/From: Ornish, Dean. “Food for Life: The Simple Way to Beat Heart Disease.” Reader’s Digest magazine. February 2007.

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The following are 4 excerpts from this article on healthy living that I thought were pretty cool.

This “excerpt” is dedicated to the committed juice enthusiast, Mr. Nakashima, who said, and i quote, “Listen to me, I don’t care whether you’re poor or don’t have money, you need to get [the Breville Juice Fountain JE95XL] juicer. Beg your parents if you have to. “

1. There are thousands of substances in foods that help protect against heart disease, cancer and other diseases and slow the aging process. Many of these, of course, are found in fruits and vegetables.

2. Try these: Pomegranate… Cranberry… Grape… (look for the Concord variety)[;] Veggie…

3. But if you make your own juice, you can mix pulp back in.

4. The most healthful and delicious way to get juices is to make them yourself. Start with fresh produce; organic produce often tastes better. If you don’t have a juicer, put cut-up fruit, ice and water (or juice) in a blender, push the start button and voila!


Saturday, January 20, 2007 Posted by | 600 technology (applied sciences) | 11 Comments

Underground(hog) Weather Forecast

Coulter, Lynn. “Underground(hog) Weather Forecast.” Sky (Delta’s traveling magazine). January 2007.

Subtitle: Not only do these GLAM groundhogs live the lush life, their annual forecast is 100 percent accurate (ALMOST).

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(1) … Groundhog Day is serious business in Punxsutawney. “It isn’t a cash cow,” Cooper says, “because we don’t charge admission, and we’re a small town, with only about 87 motel rooms.”

(2) On the big day, crowds gather as early as 2 a.m. to catch shuttle buses to the Know. “I’ve seen them turn out when it’s 17 below and there’s crystal snow in the air,” says Cooper… “People come from everywhere: Italy, Germany, New Zealand and Denmark.”

(3) No matter what his prediction, Phil is a crowd-pleaser… [Cooper says], “It’s about the event, not the outcome.”

(4) Beau, who lives in a Southern-style mansion called “Weathering Heights”…

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This article reminds me of the movie, GD. Hilarious. Unbelievably hilarious. Just the other day my bro and I were trading lines from the movie, back and forth. What a riot!

Saturday, January 6, 2007 Posted by | 600 technology (applied sciences) | 1 Comment