When you lose weight, your body fights back. You may be able to lose quite a lot of weight at first, without much effort.
According to Adam Grant, the youngest-tenured and highest-rated professor at Wharton School of Business, there are three types of people:
1. The Taker
2. The Matcher
3. The Giver
The Taker is an egoist. They tend to get more than they give. They believe the world is a competitive, dog-eat-dog world. As a result, they put their needs before everyone else. This strategy works for short-term gain … but it’s nearly impossible to sustain.
The Matcher is someone who seeks balance between giving and taking. They seek fairness and equality. If they put too much into a relationship, without getting anything in return, they’ll eventually give up. They believe in even exchanges and trading favors.
he Giver is altruistic. It’s a rare breed of human who doesn’t look for anything in return. Whereas Takers are focused on receiving all of time and Matchers are focused on receiving at least some of the time … Givers don’t even think about it.
Gandhi was nominated for the Nobel Peace prize five times and the committee regrets not giving him the Nobel Peace prize to this day. Gandhi is the source of inspiration to most number of Nobel Peace prize winners – atleast 6 winners have attributed their principles and methods to him.
“If preaching of terror is legal preaching, then the law was more preached in the New Testament than ever it was under the Old. I make it appear thus: There are more terrible and dreadful doctrines scattered up and down in the New Testament than in the Old. It is a note of Chrysostom that in all the Old Testament the word damnation was never used, but it is used thirteen times in the New. And it is observable further that in the Old Testament, though the word hell is often used, yet it is most commonly used for the grave and not for the place of the damned. But in the New Testament, except in two places, hell is altogether taken for the place of the damned, Acts 2:27 and 31. Therefore it is clear to every eye that the gospel is more backed with…
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Most people believe losing weight follows a simple equation: eat less, move more. But this simply isn’t true, and Zoe Harcombe’s book, The Obesity Epidemic: What Caused It? How Can We Stop It? is the most comprehensive document I’ve ever seen that exposes this fallacy.
Leaky gut syndrome is a rapidly growing condition that millions of people are struggling with and don’t even know it. From the sound of it, you might think leaky gut syndrome only affects the digestive system, but in reality it can lead to many other health conditions.
Finally – I hope – I have found a cure for my Gout pain – KEFIR.
I will tell you shortly how I come to that conclusion.
When I first heard about “leaky gut” I thought that you have to have a hole in your intestine – like a hole in the rusty pipe – or something like a leaky faucet… 🙂 …
So I never followed on it, because I’m not in such a bad shape… 🙂 …
But few days ago I did some more research and this what I found:
“Leaky gut” means, that bacteria, fungi, parasites, undigested protein, fat and toxic waist pass through a damaged gut membranes to the blood stream – this causes the immune system to attack them. And this leads to allergies, autoimmune disorders, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, gout, chronic fatigue syndrome, vitiligo, vasculitis, Chrohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, hives, type…
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The audiocassette tape is not dead. In fact, one Springfield, Mo., cassette maker says it has had its best year since it opened in 1969. “You can characterize our operating model as stubbornness and stupidity. We were too stubborn to quit,” said National Audio Company President Steve Stepp.
In real estate photography, the goal is to portray the indoor locations in the most realistic yet welcoming way possible. For more artistic purposes, however, such as in creating striking images from an indoor location, you can use many other factors to enhance your images.
Adobe Lightroom offers two excellent tools for increasing the apparent contrast and saturation of an image without resorting to taking everything to the max. These are the Clarity and Vibrance sliders found at the bottom of the Basic tab in the Develop module under Presence.