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(healthyfoodteam.com) So many people are claiming that coconut water has a magical effect on our health. You may have heard about the coconut oil and some benefits it offers. In this article you will learn about the biggest benefits of coconut water of which you may never even heard before!
Practically,the blood plasma in human bloodstream has approximate structure. This has been proven, the use of coconut water as a blood substitution is the bigger conflicts in the past, but in this way many human lives were saved.
These days coconut water is used all around the world, and you can find it in many markets easily. Maybe the taste of this water is not that good, but its detoxification power and other health benefits are unquestionable.
What happens when you drink this water?
The coconut water strengthens your immune system and removes bacteria that cause urinary tract infections, gonorrhea, gum diseases and viruses which cause cold, infection diseases and typhus.
Your energy will be boosted and the thyroid gland hormones production will be enhanced. The water acts as a natural diuretic and it is very helpful for people who have kidney diseases. It will assist in cleansing the urinary tract and the bladder channels. The toxins will be eliminated and the kidney stones will be braked down.
The coconut water includes a high amount of fiber, which makes it very good for our digestive system. With regularly consummation the gastric acid will be eliminated.
Because of its low-level of fat, you can drink it in large amount. The coconut water will reduce your appetite and will keep you sated, which can lead to losing weight.
Macerate;a cotton wool in the coconut water and place it on the skin if you are having acne, oily or dry skin. The water will make the skin cleaner and fresher, and the pores will be opened. Mix this water with olive oil in order to cleans your organism and to eliminate bowel parasites.
The experts are saying that by drinking coconut water on a regular basis, you will be able to solve few health issues during pregnancy. With only one cup of coconut water,your electrolytes in your body will get balanced, imbalance of this can cause hypertension or also known as high blood pressure.
When people are over-drink through the night they often have a headache in the morning. So when you will drink more than you should, in the morning you may remember this magical drink. It will make the headache go away and will also expiate the lost fluids and help you to overcome the sickness caused from hangover.
If you like your skin to be ablaze and hydrated during the day, drink one cup of the coconut water. If you’ve lost too much energy with some exhausting physical activities, you can recover your energy with coconut water. This water will leave positive effects on every single body part.
The coconut water will provide you stronger immune system, boost of energy, safety from bacteria and infections, weight loss and many other health benefits.
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(AP) JERUSALEM – Israel has admitted that in the 1990s, its forensic pathologists harvested organs from dead bodies, including Palestinians, without permission of their families.
The issue emerged with publication of an interview with the then-head of Israel’s Abu Kabir forensic institute, Dr. Jehuda Hiss. The interview was conducted in 2000 by an American academic, who released it because of a huge controversy last summer over an allegation by a Swedish newspaper that Israel was killing Palestinians in order to harvest their organs. Israel hotly denied the charge.
Parts of the interview were broadcast on Israel’s Channel 2 TV over the weekend. In it, Hiss said, “We started to harvest corneas … Whatever was done was highly informal. No permission was asked from the family.”
The Channel 2 report said that in the 1990s, forensic specialists at Abu Kabir harvested skin, corneas, heart valves and bones from the bodies of Israeli soldiers, Israeli citizens, Palestinians and foreign workers, often without permission from relatives.
In a response to the TV report, the Israeli military confirmed that the practice took place. “This activity ended a decade ago and does not happen any longer,” the military said in a statement quoted by Channel 2.
In the interview, Hiss described how his doctors would mask the removal of corneas from bodies. “We’d glue the eyelid shut,” he said. “We wouldn’t take corneas from families we knew would open the eyelids.”
Many of the details in the interview first came to light in 2004, when Hiss was dismissed as head of the forensic institute because of irregularities over use of organs there. Israel’s attorney general dropped criminal charges against him, and Hiss still works as chief pathologist at the institute. He had no comment on the TV report.
Hiss became director of the institute in 1988. He said in the interview that the practice of harvesting organs without permission began in the “early 1990s.” However, he also said that military surgeons removed a thin layer of skin from bodies as early as 1987 to treat burn victims. Hiss said he believed that was done with family consent. The harvesting ended in 2000, he said.
Complaints against the institute, where autopsies of dead bodies are performed, at the time of Hiss’ dismissal came from relatives of Israeli soldiers and civilians as well as Palestinians. The bodies belonged to people who died from various causes, including diseases, accidents and Israeli-Palestinian violence, but there has been no evidence to back up the claim in the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet that Israeli soldiers killed Palestinians for their organs. Angry Israeli officials called the report “anti-Semitic.”
The academic, Nancy Sheppard-Hughes, a professor of anthropology at the University of California-Berkeley, said she decided to make the interview public in the wake of the Aftonbladet controversy, which raised diplomatic tensions between Israel and Sweden and prompted Sweden’s foreign minister to call off a visit to the Jewish state.
Sheppard-Hughes said that while Palestinians were “by a long shot” not the only ones affected by the practice in the 1990s, she felt the interview must be made public now because “the symbolism, you know, of taking skin of the population considered to be the enemy, (is) something, just in terms of its symbolic weight, that has to be reconsidered.”
While insisting that all organ harvesting was done with permission, Israel’s Health Ministry told Channel 2, “The guidelines at that time were not clear.” It added, “For the last 10 years, Abu Kabir has been working according to ethics and Jewish law.”
(elite daily.com)“If I were my peach smoothie body butter, where would I be?” I say to no one while I search for my favorite lotion. Then: “Aha! Here you are. You rolled under my bed.”
I talk to myself a lot. And I don’t mean only in the privacy of my own home. I talk to myself while I’m walking down the street, when I’m in my office or when I’m shopping.
Thinking out loud helps me materialize what I’m thinking about. It helps me make sense of things.
It also makes me look insane. Crazy people talk to themselves, right? They’re conversing with the voices inside their heads. If you’re yammering on to nobody, everyone thinks you’re a mental patient.
I’m sure many people have seen me wandering down the streets of NYC and thought, “The crack addiction is strong with that one.”
I’m positive I look disturbingly similar to Gollum in “Lord Of The Rings” when he dotes over his “precious.”
Well, the joke is on the judgmental assh*les who give me a side-eye on the train. (By the way, I SEE YOU!).
Talking to yourself, it turns out, is a sign of genius.
The smartest people on earth talk to themselves. Look at the inner monologues of the greatest thinkers. Look at poetry! Look at history!
Albert Einstein talked to himself. He wasn’t an avid social butterfly when he was growing up, and he preferred to keep to himself.
Einstein.org reports that he “used to repeat his sentences to himself softly.”
So, you see? I’m not alone, and I’m not completely bonkers. I’m just really smart. Ha!
Talking to yourself makes your brain work more efficiently.
In a study printed in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, psychologists Daniel Swigley and Gary Lupya hypothesized that talking to yourself was actually beneficial.
We’re all guilty of it, right? We might as well celebrate it and study the benefits.
In one experiment, Swigley and Lupya gave 20 people the name of an object (like a loaf of bread or an apple), which they were told to find in the supermarket.
During the first set of trials, the participants were bound to silence. In the second set, they repeated the object’s name out loud as they looked for it in the store.
According to Live Science, test subjects found the object with greater ease when they spoke to themselves while searching. Saying things out loud sparks memory. It solidifies the end game and makes it tangible.
Talking out loud to yourself helps you only when you know what you need.
If you want to find something, speaking the object’s name out loud is helpful only when you’re familiar with its appearance.
You have to know what it is you’re looking for; otherwise, you’ll just confuse yourself. According to Lupyan:
Speaking to yourself isn’t always helpful — if you don’t really know what an object looks like, saying its name can have no effect or actually slow you down. If, on the other hand, you know that bananas are yellow and have a particular shape, by saying banana, you’re activating these visual properties in the brain to help you find them.
In other words, you can’t make sense of something without knowing what you’re dealing with. If you know what you need and verbalize its name, you will better your chances of finding it.
You learn as a child by talking to yourself.
Babies learn to speak by listening to grownups and mimicking what they say. Talking is all about practice.
We need to hear our voices to learn how to use them.
According to Live Science, “self-directed speech can help guide children’s behavior, with kids often taking themselves step-by-step through tasks such as tying their shoelaces, as if reminding themselves to focus on the job at hand.”
Think about all the munchkins you know. Haven’t you seen them talking to themselves while they play with a toy car or favorite stuffed animal?
A toddler can remain focused by talking through his problems.
If a small boy is playing with his toy cars, he might say, “The small car can fit through this garage door, but the big truck is too big.” At the same time, he’ll test which of the cars fit inside the toy garage.
A child learns by talking through his actions. By doing so, he remembers for the future how he solved the problem. Talking through it helps him or her make sense of the world.
Talking to yourself helps you organize your thoughts.
What helps me the most when I talk to myself is that I’m able to organize the countless wild thoughts running rampant through my brain.
Hearing my issues vocalized calms my nerves. I’m being my own therapist: Outer-voice me is helping inner-brain me through my problems.
According to psychologist Linda Sapadin, talking out loud to yourself helps you validate important and difficult decisions. “It helps you clarify your thoughts, tend to what’s important and firm up any decisions you’re contemplating.”
Everyone knows the best way to solve a problem is to talk it out. Since it’s your problem, why not do it with yourself?
Talking to yourself helps you achieve your goals.
Making a list of goals and setting out to achieve them can be hard to do. It can be overwhelming.
Talking yourself through those goals is a much steadier way to achieve them. If you walk yourself through the process, each step will seem less difficult and more concise.
Things will suddenly seem doable, and you’ll be less apprehensive about diving into the problem.
As Sapadin puts it, “Saying [your goals] out loud focuses your attention, reinforces the message, controls your runaway emotions and screens out distractions.”
It puts things in perspective and grounds you.
Talking to yourself means that you are self-reliant. Like Albert Einstein, who “was highly gifted and acquired early in his life the ability to exploit his talents,” people who talk to themselves are highly proficient and count on only themselves to figure out what they need.
We “crazies” are the most efficient and intelligent of the bunch. We take the time to listen to our inner voices, out loud and proud!
British astrophysicists have projected that the Sun will fall to 60 percent in activity by 2030, based upon new research tools that allow exact predictions of solar cycles.
In 15 years many of this planet’s ice-free rivers may freeze and some regions not familiar to snow may experience it year round. (more…)
The delta smelt, a California “endangered species” sustained by the state government shows ZERO in recent survey measuring relative abundance. Meanwhile the drought worsens as thousands of acre feet of water are pushed out to the ocean every year to “sustain” the species.
(SacBee)Delta smelt still exist, but are vanishing quickly, with their population index at the lowest it has ever been. | ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file
BY DALE KASLER
It’s a milestone nobody wanted to see: A key index measuring the “relative abundance” of the troubled Delta smelt registered zero in the latest survey by state scientists, the first time that’s happened since the survey began in 1959.
The California Department of Fish & Wildlife’s index doesn’t mean the tiny fish has gone extinct, biologists said Friday. The agency’s research boats actually came across a handful of smelt in their June surveys. But the numbers were so small that the agency’s official index of the population clocked in at 0.018. That figure was rounded to 0.0.
“We never imagined we would get to zero,” said agency biologist Marty Gingras. “It is the lowest it has ever been.” A year ago in June, the index registered 0.5.
The index represents the latest sign that the Delta smelt, which is listed as “threatened” under the federal Endangered Species Act, is on the verge of extinction. Populations have dwindled in the past three decades, in part because of the invasion of predatory species, and the four-year drought has made things considerably worse.
“It tells us that the fish are not doing well,” said Peter Moyle, a fish biologist at UC Davis, adding that it’s possible the smelt could vanish completely this year. “There’s always hope that a small population could survive, but that’s not a sound strategy.”
Experts say the vanishing smelt – a fish that was once so abundant, it was harvested commercially for human consumption – is further evidence that the overall ecosystem of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is deteriorating. “It’s an indicator of the unsustainability of how we use the water in the Delta,” said biologist Jon Rosenfield of the Bay Institute environmental group in San Francisco.
In a massive environmental report released this week, the state Department of Water Resources cited the smelt’s dwindling population as one argument for building a pair of water tunnels designed to overhaul the Delta’s man-made plumbing system. That system pumps water from Northern California to San Joaquin Valley farmers and an estimated 25 million Southern Californians.
“The ecological problems with the current system could be greatly reduced” if the tunnels get built, DWR officials wrote. The $15 billion plan remains controversial, and some environmentalists say the tunnels actually would harm the estuary by diverting fresh water away from the Delta itself.
There’s little dispute that the drought has added to the pressures on smelt. The water flowing through the Delta has declined in volume while rising in temperature, both of which are bad for the fish. Environmentalists say state regulators have exacerbated the problem by temporarily relaxing minimum water-flow standards in the Delta to keep more water stored in Sacramento Valley reservoirs.
“There are multiple pressures on Delta smelt,” Gingras said. “There are multiple factors, and the drought is certainly one.”
He said the regular smelt surveys enable scientists to see trends in fish numbers, but officials haven’t been able to gauge the actual size of the population. A collaboration between his agency and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is expected to produce a solid estimate of the smelt population, he said. The results are expected later this year.
For now, it’s clear the fish are in trouble.
“There’s every reason to believe it’s not going to be a good year,” Gingras said. “Trend-wise, it’s not good at all.”
Dale Kasler: 916-321-1066, @dakasler
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