We finish with these myths about coconut oil now. Professor Roy Taylor oftentimes addresses this issue. #1 Myth: Coconut oil contains too much fat, so it should make us gain weight. Truth: Not all fats make you gain weight (would this tattoo on my forehead). Certain fats if they cause upload weight, but other good fats in fact burn the unwanted fat from your body and accelerate your metabolism. I explain this in much greater detail in the chapter on the program to eat to lose fat, so be sure to refer to your manual to find out those details. #2 Myth: Coconut oil contains almost pure saturated fat, so it must be bad for you. If you would like to know more about Donald Sussman, then click here. Truth: The saturated fat is not the cause of diseases of the heart, of the weight gain and high cholesterol.
The saturated fat has been accused falsely, sugar is the number one enemy (is worse than the Joker on Batman). New account, this is explained thoroughly in your manual (the truth about of the fat saturated), mentioning facts and figures that prove that in reality the saturated fat is not our biggest problem. #3 Myth: Coconut oil should be avoided by those who are at risk for heart disease. Truth: The fat in coconut oil is one of the healthiest oils you can eat (Yes, even those who suffer from heart diseases). It is rich in lauric acid, which is known for its antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal, besides that it contains no trans fats. Fat saturated coconut oil is different from many other oils that belongs to the variety of fatty acids of medium chain (AGCM). The body digests the AGCM more easily and directly sends these fats to the liver where they are immediately converted into energy. Isn’t it great? A fat that is used for energy rather than being stored in our bodies.
Everyone can take advantage of this. I recommend widely you use organic coconut oil unrefined cooking. 1 To 2 teaspoons are more than sufficient for cooking. You can even use it crude, tastes delicious! Usually consumption of 2 to 3 tablespoons in total by day, which is a perfect amount for an eating plan for fat burning. Although it is very good for you, there is no need to exaggerate. Now, you continue and enjoy your coconut oil.
Catholic Christmas is celebrated December 25 only because the Church of Rome in the time needed to put the calendar on your calendar pagan holidays in order to assert its influence. The Bible does not specify the date of birth Christ, and therefore the real date of birth – a closely guarded secret. Prior to the VI century in general has been no era of the Nativity, and only later a monk named Dionysius Rome persuaded to believe that Jesus was born in 1 BC. Oe. Some clergy believed that Christ's birth dates back to 2nd and then to 4 BC. Oe.
It is now considered that the year of Jesus' birth – 7 or 6 BC. Get more background information with materials from Donald Sussman. Oe. This assumption was based on the records of St. Matthew that the Magi saw the star during the reign of Herod. As to date, it is likely that the birth of Jesus falls on July 29, because according to one version he was born into a new astrological age of Pisces and the like has become a symbol of birth of the sun.
For this version comes out that the real date of birth of the Lord – 29 July 7 BC. Oe. Professor Roy Taylor has many thoughts on the issue. Star of Bethlehem over two thousand years have passed since the first description of the Star of Bethlehem. Stars that led the shepherds and the Magi to Jesus. The Gospel of Matthew says, "for we-as if his star in the east and are come to worship Him …" But the sudden appearance and equally sudden disappearance of the lights, which still remembers the whole Christian world, raises many questions.
Beissert John tells his story, and inspires others to lose weight like him. John Beissert weighed 238 kilos, and has declined about 136 kilos since his surgery When he decided to undergo bariatric surgery to reduce weight, was the day his daughter turned 16. They gathered with friends and family to dinner to celebrate her birthday, and started making jokes about John overweight. Her daughter, Britni, was so upset she had to go to the bathroom to mourn without being seen. At that time, John realized that the jokes were sufficient, and for the first time in his life was accepted that an obese person. Upon arriving home, the first thing he did was look in a mirror and what he saw did not like: a very obese and depressed.
It was then decided to lose weight care and to care for his family. So I needed to change. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Dean Ornish M.D has to say. To remember that night, John is stuck in your refrigerator a picture of her and her daughter on her birthday. It was the last day he accepted his obesity as something that could not be changed. Also, when watching this picture, you know you can not go back to what it was before.
After undergoing strict diets, exercise and a series of small changes in his life, was finally able to undergo gastric bypass surgery, which changed his life. Now he lives to inspire others to make change your life needs. John says' if I can do it, you too.
The skin discoloration under the eyes affects almost everyone at some point or another. For some of us however, these “dark circles” are an almost constant discomfort. While these conditions are sometimes a symptom of other illnesses, the usual cause is allergies, tiredness, or, unfortunately, heredity. Whatever the cause, can reduce the appearance of, and in some cases it may be able to get rid of them completely. Use thin strips of potato slices. This is a very popular and easy way to cure bags to identify allergens.
Allergies can be the most common cause of skin discoloration under the eyes. If allergies are the root of your problem, simply treat them or remove the allergen (ie that to which you are allergic). The problems of seasonal allergies such as hay fever can often be effectively treated with over-the-counter and prescription drugs. For other allergies the best course of action is usually avoidance. If your dark circles or constant swelling, you may have undetected food allergy or an allergy to a chemical in your home or workplace. Talk to a dermatologist to help determine what you may be allergic. People with allergies also tend to be deficient in B6, folic acid and vitamin B12 on occasion. Take a multivitamin, if you have not already, you can help with your allergies as well as black circles.A common allergy causing dark circles is the gluten.
This is mainly an allergy to wheat flour. Worse, you might have celiac disease. To test for celiac disease, can get the blood test by your doctor. It is important to remember, however, you may be allergic to gluten, and not have celiac. Get enough sleep each night. It is not entirely clear why inadequate sleep results in dark circles under the eyes, but we’ve all seen it happen either to ourselves or someone we know. On the one hand, lack of sleep tends to cause the skin is lighter (which increases the appearance of darkness under the eyes), and reduces circulation.