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More Energy Saving Products: Harmonic Mitigating Transformers - 07/30/10 10:39 PM
For all of you seeking solutions to high power bills, check this out... A series of Harmonic Mitigating Transformers will significantly save money as well as extend the life of electrical equipment by eliminating harmonic disturbance. They are LEED certifiable and reduce the heat within computers, monitors, servers, A/C loading and all the circuits and transformers that supply them. They also reduce voltage and current distortion as well as transformer losses. We have helped hospitals, airports, Casinos, Universities, retail, restaurants, banks save thousands and create more efficient systems. So definitely check this out if you get a chance! Thanks for stopping by (0 comments)
Choose This Protein for a Powerful Mental Boost.... - 07/26/10 06:57 AM
Here are some of Dr. Oz's real age tips of the week for you! Hope you enjoy! This Week's Tips By RealAge Chicken or fish? It's not just a choice you make at wedding receptions. Your answer could be a ticket to a healthier mind, too. A recent study suggests that regularly opting for the right kind of protein could mean a significantly lower risk of dementia later in life. And your brain will thank you if you choose finned foods. The Fin FactorThe study evaluated the health and eating habits of close to 15,000 people age 65 and (5 comments)
Hypothyroidism During Menopause - 07/14/10 11:07 AM
So GURLS! It's come down to me writing about Mold AND Menopause!!!WHOOHOO! What a joy-boy am I??? Anyway, I've been learning alot as of late from my Women to Woman OB/GYN group, that I thought maybe some of you who are sharing this time of life with me may benefit... Maybe a Women-opause Blog in the future???haha This is the first in a series I thought I'd bring you, so let me know if it rings a bell and if I should contine. Have a blessed day and love to all my AR family! Lesley
by Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP (2 comments)
Genetically Modified Food and it's Implications for Vegetarians, Food Allergies & Intolerances - 07/12/10 04:34 PM
This recent story written by the prominent restaurateur Raymond Blanc raises the issue of genetically modified food (GM) and its implications for vegetarians, food allergies & intolerances. Raymond Blanc's restaurant Le Manoir is very famous and highly professional in all aspects of preparing food but they feel that they have been caught by insufficient GM food labelling.Le Manoir now set about sourcing cheese that was suitable for vegetarian use and came across a dilemma. Rennet is now produced by several organisms including Aspergillus niger that have had the gene for rennet introduced into them by genetic manipulation.Quite apart from the debate (1 comments)
Everything you always wanted to know about Aspergillus... - 07/12/10 04:20 PM
Although Stachybotrys is the scary mold that captures the headlines, you won't find a six-thousand-page website dedicated to it. That distinction belongs to another mold, Aspergillus. Aspergillus, is a common genus of mold known for its practical uses (soy sauce, soft drinks) and serious effects on human health (aspergillosis). The Aspergillus Website: http://www.aspergillus.org.uk/ is owned and funded in part by the Fungal Research Trust, based in Manchester, UK. Here are five sections of the website: History of Aspergillus 371 Mycotoxins and Metabolites of Aspergillus Blog that is enjoyable to read Articles Database Aspergillus: a primer for the novice (learn about the soy sauce (0 comments)
Disgusting Behind the Scenes of Short Sales... - 07/11/10 11:09 AM
If this does not make your eyes bug out, nothing will. It's about 3 minutes... <http://www.youtube.com/user/fiercefreeleancer> I would really like to hear your feedback to this horror story and if any of it rings true... ...almost made me sick! (2 comments)
Aquaculture: A Sustainable Organic Non -Toxic Way To Farm Fish - 07/07/10 10:09 PM
I had to share this with you because I am so excited about it I can barely stand it! Was in Boston a few weeks back and had a meeting with a young Doctor who has a proprietary way of growing any kind of fish or shell fish in closed loop systems that are completely free from all the horrifying stories of current methods of fish farming which is almost as bad as eating antibiotic filled beef. We are bringing this technology to First Nations Peoples around the world providing communities with a sustainable crop, an organic wholesome fish to eat, and economic (0 comments)
Outstanding Energy and Money Saving Product - 07/07/10 09:41 PM
You might be one of many people seething seeing money going out the window when they try to heat or cool their homes. But there is a product we've been working with for many years now when we do our energy audits to try and save our customers money and save energy. They're called: Destratification Fans Warm air naturally rises in buildings to produce a thermal imbalance floor to ceiling; temperatures in some buildings can exceed floor temperatures by anything up to 25°C or even more. Destratification fans prevent this difference from occurring therefore achieving significant energy savings of between 20% and (4 comments)
Ahhh, soy. It's a love-it-or-hate-it kind of food. But maybe you would grow to adore tofu, tempeh, and edamame if you knew this: It could help you look younger. Yep. Eating lean, nutritious soy foods may help smooth fine wrinkles and buoy your skin's snap-back qualities, according to recent research. Those are two big victories for face freshness. It's All About AglyconeSoy is packed with a special isoflavone called aglycone, and it appears to be the source of the youth-boosting magic. In a study of middle-aged women, those who took a daily 40 milligram supplement of aglycone noticed diminishment in (1 comments)
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