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Jun 16, 2009 at 08:12 o\clock

Chlorella Constipation

by The Colon Cleansing & Constipation Resource Center

What Is Chlorella?

Dubbed as one of the world's most influential organisms over the course of it's three and a half billon year lifespan, chlorella was the first link in the food chain and has continued to be one of the world's "most powerful foods." Chlorella was discovered in early twentieth century Germany, where German scientists were on the forefront of invoking the idea of making food from chlorella into action. The initial interest in the power of chlorella plant lied with it's capabilities to be a reliable food source. In the late-fifties it was discovered that chlorella could not be a reliable source of food due to a low level of digestibility. Researchers then turned their sights on using chlorella as the ultimate promoter of superior health.

Chlorella, packing a combination of sixty percent essential amino acid proteins, has become a popular health supplement, Japan began using chlorella as a food supplement in the mid-eighties following more than three decades of studies involving chlorella cells. In fact, the Japan Chlorella Research Center was founded in 1957 and went on to become largest facility for cultivating chlorella. In 1975, one of Japan's foremost publications on health, Japanese Journal of Nutrition, published the results of study that pointed to the link between a diet including chlorella and a lowered level of blood and liver cholesterol.

With the emergence of the twenty-first century, the United States and Europe begun pointing to the potentially helpful health hints offered up by chlorella plant cells and supplements. Chlorella cells draw their energy from the light of the sun, the cells then begin to demonstrate a characteristic trait that has been dubbed the Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF). The CGF trait divides the chlorella cell and increases it's reproduction value. The Chlorella Growth Factor urges strong growth in children and provokes the repair of tissues that have been damaged. When chlorella is ingested, the body is believed to pick up some of the natural elements of the sun.

Chlorella and Constipation

Amongst it's list of purported health benefits, chlorella's chlorophyll contents from which chlorella draws it's name, which are high in dietary fiber, are influential in preventing constipation. The chlorella plant contains more chlorophyll in just one gram than any other plant in the world. Chlorophyll is the one of the most reliable food forces for cleansing not only the bowel, but the blood and liver, as well. Chlorella has also been proven to help the body emit heavy metals and poisonous substance from it's midst-and these detoxification effects can be paramount in hoisting consistent constipation. Chlorella is a union of green algae composed of a edible outer shell and a inner nucleus filled with fiber. The plant's blood cleaning abilities is an important step of carrying waste away from the body's tissues.

The Japanese medical community has become interested in chlorella for it's solid abilities as a detoxifier. One of nature's resident cleaners, chlorella stimulates and reinvigorates the constipated bowel by prompting the growth of a colon cleaning bacteria known as lactobacillus. Couple lactobacillus with chlorella's resident acting agent, chlorophyll and the bowel has found itself a concoction to lead heavy metals and out of the intestinal tract. Oxy-Powder is a supplement that, like lactobacillus, works as the colon sweeping approach to curtailing constipation. Chlorella aides constipation in four essential ways:

Reinstates regular movement of the bowels

Normalizes bowel scents

Detoxifies the bowel

Assist with the repair of damaged bowel tissue

Chlorella's Health Benefits

Chlorella supplements have become a source of biological essentials like vitamins, and chlorophyll. But the so-called "green blood cell" has a lot in the way of capability to knotch on it's belt. Available in the form of powder, tablets, capsules, and granules, chlorella features a wide array of health related benefits. For starters, the chlorella growth factor in chlorella cells and supplements have been linked to an ability to promote metabolism. A nourishing source of chlorophyll, that element of chlorella is cited to be helpful in the healing of wounds. Chlorella contains the power of a combination of anti-oxidants with beta-carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin E. Some of the other chlorella health benefits are:

An increase of control over anemia due to the chlorophyll, iron, folic acid, and vitamin B12 contents of chlorella.

Prompting the body's immune system

Reducing cholesterol

Protects the liver, kidneys, and bronchial systems

Improves skin conditions

Cleansing the blood stream, which can be beneficial in preventing the developement of high blood pressure

Chlorella studies have shown the plant's cells are proactive in stimulating T-cells, and largely improving the immune system's ability to ward off the formation of diseases like cancer, hypoglycemia, and bacteria. Chlorella's high concentration of chlorophyll has been cited to eliminate halitosis in a matter of just days. And after reversing constipation, chlorella can improve the stink of heavily accented stools. There has also been some evidence that chlorella features anti-aging agents.

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Jun 16, 2009 at 08:10 o\clock

60 Reasons Why Web Hosts Suck

by Amy Armitage

 combined experience over the years, we have seen the best and worst of web hosting companies. He's a light hearted but rather jaded list of reasons web hosts SUCK!

1. Calling into customer support and waiting on hold for 40 minutes and the hold music is Marilyn Manson!

2. You ask for RoR (Ruby on Rails) and the tech on the phone assures you he can provide that and yells “RWAAAAR"

3. Your hosting company just got bought out by a web hosting company you just transferred away from.

4. They claim to be a member of the BBB but later you find out their BBB is The Birmingham Bizarre Bazaar (quality fetish suppliers).

5. You call in tech support and a gentleman with an Indian accent says “Sir is your computer plugged in?" .. and you're a woman

6. You sign up for domain privacy and later do a WHOIS and see your credit card information and SS number. “I was told I would get domain privacy!" “Miss we thought you requested domain piracy" .. and you're a man.

7. You ask the tech if he has a TOS and he says yes. You later find out he meant totally offensive smells and your site has been suspended unexpectedly, you have no leg to stand on and the tech's response is “Oh THAT TOS!"

8. The same tech who told you he has backups on your pre sales call turns out to be a wannabee singer and his “backups" are his 12 year old twin sisters who “doowup" when he busts a move in the bathroom.

9. You ask him how big his file size limit is and he responds “That's kinda personal.. but what I can tell you is I leave the ladies smiling".

10. The same tech (let's call him Hubert since there's a whole theme happening here) answers yes to your questions regarding shared server offerings. You later find out that Hubert is a very giving and generous guy and he “shares" your server space, bandwidth allocation and resources with all the clients hosting on the same server as you... along with your personal information and email address!

11. When you ask Hubert how long they have been in business his response of 15 years reassures you that they are a legit and solid company. When you phone in to challenge this as their whois says 2006 he replies “Ohhhh I thought we were talking DOG years!"

12. When your server goes down right before a big marketing campaign goes out.

13. Calling into support to ask a question and the rep cannot find your account because somehow it got deleted OOPS!

14. Your host asks you to verify your account by repeating your password over the phone. Every time you say it, you hear a stifled giggle and they say “I'm sorry sir can you please repeat that?" Your password is IamTheBe$tLOVER

15. Your web host has automated support. After 23 minutes of keying in your SS number, last 6 digits of your credit card and your domain name (37 characters) you finally speak with a real person who requests the SAME information AGAIN!

16. After cancelling your hosting account you are continually getting billed but now for 2 dedicated servers instead of your $100 a year hosting account.

17. After 36 straight hours of working on your new sites web design and meticulously putting every image in its place you find out that your server crashed and there is no backup. NOOOOOOO!!!

18. Getting a deal on your first year and then having to renew at a more expensive price.

19. You have never been on the internet before and you decide to buy a hosting account and setup an email account through them. Within 20 minutes you already have spam!!!!!

20. Your host experiences power failure and they have no backup generators!

21. When you call your hosting company and ask why your servers went down. They respond with “No they didn't. It must be a propagation issue or something with your ISP"

22. You call support because your site is down and they say “We are going through an upgrade". That works once but when it happens every week sporadically during the middle of the day and they keep saying “it's an update to help better serve you" SUUUUCKS!!!!

23. Your hosting company has a problem with spam and the filter is up so high that no mail is getting through but when you are in a meeting and check your mail all there is in your inbox is porn spam and everyone is looking at you like you're a sicko.

24. Every time you go to your website it's down but when other people go to it, it's fine. Sometimes you will sit your friend down at his computer and you at yours and you phone conference each other to see if it comes up and it does for him but not for you. You decide to go to his house and he to yours and see if it's just your home computer but wherever you go your website will not be displayed. SUCKYVOODOONESS!!!

25. You call your web host support team because something is wrong with your site and they tell you that a widget 2.0 socket 5 cloud storm hit their data center and that's why a page got deleted. IDIOT SUCKFEST!!

26. After many attempts of being patient with your web hosting customer support techs inability to fix any problem you get frustrated and a little upset. Later that day you find the following things wrong with your site.

- Your real estate site is unexpectedly not selling real estate anymore. You are selling liquor stores now.
- You just put up a very professional picture of yourself on your site and the next thing you know someone photo shopped your photo with a mustache, a black eye and teeth missing.

27. When you bought your website and domain name through a sales rep at your first hosting company the hosting company used the CEO's name to register your domain name. Now you want to leave but they own your domain name. TRICKY WEB HOSTY!!!

28. You bought a hosting account through a template hosting agency because you don't know html and their backend admin area looks cool. After you purchase this you find out that they don't support their templates!

29. You are talking to smooth salesman Timmy over at a hosting company and he promises you 4 add-on's, forum management, bulletin management, Free email marketing and a 200 Google adwords credit. After you sign up for their premier account for 5 grand a year you notice that the freebies are not included in your package. You call back for Timmy but no one knows who Timmy is and a “Timmy" has not worked for them EVER!

30. You do not have log files!

31. Your log files are never accurate.

32. You started a lead generation site where people fill out forms for products/servers/newsletters and in return you get there email addresses. Someone decides to give your site a virus and take over your mailing list and your web host cannot do anything about it.

33. Your built in traffic stats never work.

34. Your built in traffic stats are always off.

35. You purchase a large hosting account with a lot of extras but when you need small things done you are nickeled and dimed till you are broke.

36. Your hosting company charges you to park domains.

37. You buy a hosting account with a ton of space but cannot put up multiple sites on it.

38. The only way you can put up multiple sites on your account is via your .htaccess file but you have no freaking clue how to do that and your web host does not support that. GREAT that's awesome good work!!!!

39. You actually love your hosting company because it's a smaller no name company but the service is great. You tell all of your 5 friends to join and they do and their servers are overloaded.

40. You sign up for a web host by doing a Google search and after you sign up you call their support line but find out they are a foreign hosting company in Germany and all there support techs speak German.

41. You sign up with your web host but you only get 1 MYSQL database.

42. Your web hosting company is in charge of sending you notification on domain name expiration but you never get yours. Your domain expires.

43. A cyber squatter picked up your domain name and is holding it hostage. You find out it's the guy from your web hosting companies support team who you previously screamed at and called a stupid moron.

44. You utilize a free web hosting service but they place ads all over your page.

45. Your hosting company has backup servers but they are in the same geographical location so when the power goes off the original servers go down AND the back up's go down.

46. Your hosting company cannot automate its billing and invoices and its all done by hand. Sadly, the accounts guy was recently paralyzed in a freak server accident and types by blowing into a straw.

47. Your web host goes “down" for 24 hour periods at a time.

48. Your user control panel consists of 2 options. On and Off!

49. You need redirection for your ASP site and when you call to make sure they can support it the sales-guy happily announces they can but when it comes time to implement it the only advice they can give is to hit the forums where you discover that you just need to edit a couple files. Files they don't support.

50. They offer SSH on shared servers and your site is constantly OWNED by 12 year old hackers.

51. They advertise domains for under $2 but when you complete the purchase your charge says $98?

52. You request support and they advise you support costs extra!

53. You request a CPanel them change and they escalate your request to a System Admin!

54. They don't tell the truth. They claim a lot of services that when you host with them, you find out they don't offer. Like bandwidth, they'll claim to provide x amount of bandwidth, then you find out they have a daily cap for using it and when you multiply the daily cap x 30 or 31, it is about 1/2 the size of the bandwidth they claim to provide monthly.

55. canceling - they'll claim they let you cancel anytime within the contract, but it turns out you can't ever get a refund (you have to write a letter in your own blood to prove you are who you say you are, then send it to their office in Nome, Alaska that reads mail only once a year during the famous dog sled race). Of course, when you complain about these points, they point you to their TOS where it spells out the whole Nome and dog sled stuff, although it doesn't mention the writing the letter in your own blood (the person on the phone just made that up to be funny).

56. When immediately after you sign up with them, they offer this great deal on more space/bandwidth/whatever...but you can't get it because you are already a customer.

57. EVERYTHING is an extra charge, and you feel like you are getting nickle/dimed to death.

58. You get treated like you just won the “Imbecile of the Year" award. (Even if you do deserve that award, being treated that way is not nice.)

59. They pretend to help but can't speak English....only geekspeak. And they refuse to repeat or explain any further.

60. They don't have a community forum!!!

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Jun 13, 2009 at 06:59 o\clock

Can Death Be Delayed or Ageing Reversed?

Autor: Medifast

This same question has driven mankind and filed the annals of history.

As recorded in the oldest Chinese medical text, Reshi is the 'King of Herbs', the superior herb for perpetual youth and longevity. Over 282 research documents have been published on the spectacular results of Ganoderma.

Known as Resish or Mannentake to the Japanese and Ling Zhi to the Chinese, Ganodema Lucidum is renowned for its medicinal properties.

Reishi often is associated with health and recuperation, longevity, wisdom, and happiness. It is believed that certain triterpenes and polysaccharides may account for the multiple activities of Reishi.

Thus, considerable time and effort has gone into the isolation and characterization of these compounds.

In ancient time, Reishi in Medicine was considered so auspicious that its medical efficacy has been attested to the oldest Chinese medical text (presumed to be over 2,000 years old). The book, which is known in Japan as 'Shinnoh Honsohkyo' is now accepted as being the original textbook of Oriental medical science. In it, 365 kinds of medicines are classified and explained. The medicines are basically classified into 3 categories.

1) 120 of them are declared to be 'superior' medicines.
2) Another 120 are classified as 'average' medicines.
3) He remaining 125 are placed in the 'fair' category.

The 'superior' medicines are called 'God's Herbs' and they are for perpetual youth and longevity, the medicines of the legendary wizards. The 'average' category medicines are those which can be taken as a tonic, and those in the 'fair' category are taken to remedy specific ailments. One must be careful about the volume taken of the 'average' and 'fair' category medicines, and should never take them continuously. However, the book states that for 'superior' medicines, any amount can be taken as desired on a continuous basis with no unfavorable effects. Of the superior medicines listed in the text, Reishi was Rated Number One!

Reishi has long been known to extend life span, increase youthful vigor and vitality. Ganoderm Lucidum, with more 200 documented vital nutrients is the closest thing to nutritional perfection found in nature.

Reishi promotes good blood circulation by eliminating thrombi in the blood streams. As a result, the person feels renewed vitality. Deterioration of mind and body is arrested. Reishi is indeed a herb with multiple applications.

Ganoderma acts by increasing the number of so-called natural killer cells, one of several types of cells in the body's immune system.

Gano Excel owns the world's largest Organic Ganoderma Plantation in the world which incorporates an environment-friendly concept. The greenhouse maintains a sophisticated and modern technology, as proper cultivation methods and surroundings are essential in producing Ganoderma with high-therapeutic value.

So the answer to the question 'Can Death Be Delayed or Ageing Reversed' is a resounding yes. The body needs Ganoderma because many ailments are caused by the imbalance of body functions due to the accumulation of toxins in the body. Ganoderma Lucidum helps the body remove the build-up of toxins and allows the body's natural immune system to strengthen itself. 

About the Author

Glenn Freiboth is a Writer for Many Health Related Issues and lives in Illinois. Get Products Rich in Ganoderma Lucidum at http://www.GanoDrinker.com 

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Jun 13, 2009 at 06:57 o\clock

Why Declawing Is Not A Good Choice

Autor: snlash

The act of declawing your cat or kitten by surgically having it's claws removed is not only physically harmful to your cat, but emotionally harmful as well. One of the first things you should know is that de-clawing is pretty much an American-only thing. Most other countries consider this act to be inhumane, and some countries such as England, Scotland, Wales, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Netherlands, Northern Ireland and Ireland, Denmark, Finland, Slovenia, Portugal, Belgium, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Yugoslavia and Japan all consider de-clawing to be considered extremely inhumane and therefore have made the practice illegal.

Why inhumane? Your cat's claw is not a toenail. It is actually closely adhered to the bone. So closely adhered that to remove the claw, the last bone of your the cat's claw has to be removed. Declawing is actually an amputation of the last joint of your cat's "toes". When the end digit, including the claw is removed, the sensory and motor nerves are cut, damaged and destroyed. They do not repair themselves or grow back for many months. Following the surgery there is a wooden lack of feeling, then a tingling sensation during the long convalescence while the cat must walk on the stub end of the second digit.

The surgery has a reputation for causing pain for a week or more and the possibility of postoperative complications, such as infection, hemorrhage, nail regrowth and altered feeling in the toes for some time after surgery. There is disagreement as to whether declawing leads to behavioral problems in cats. There is concern for the welfare of cats who can not defend themselves or climb to safety if they are able to go outside. A declawed cat will still scratch but without damage to furnishings.

People choose to have their cats declawed for many various reasons, the main reason being the protection of their furniture, others being that tThey don't want to try to train the cat, they tried one or two things to train the cat but it didn't work, to stop the cat from scratching them, they have always had declawed cats, their veterinarian recommends it or simply because they just do not know any better.

I'm going to take a moment to get very personal on the furniture thing. If you are offended - good! I hope it will make some people think for a moment. So you adopt/buy/acquire a kitty. You bring it into the house, and you don't wish for it to destory your precious curtains or furniture. You take it to the vet and have it declawed so there is no chance of that happening again. Now let's change the wording of that...only slightly. So you adopt/make/acquire a child. You bring it into your home and it grows to a toddler, and you don't wish for it to knock over grandma Gina's antique vase or to get messy ketchup fingers on your couch. You take it to the doctor/surgeon and have his/her fingers removed. Yes, it really is the same thing. Especially when you do research and take a look at the medical diagrams of how cat's paws are actually constructed.

Declawing is a very permanent solution to a petty problem of your own. It isn't the cat's problem, it's your own problem, yet it is the cat who has to pay the piper. I would bet you a box of Friskies that if you asked the cat what the solution should be, they would suggest furniture covers. However, a cat CAN be easily trained not to claw furniture, and for those especially stubborn kitties, you can also purchase protective nail caps...they just push on over the tip of a cat's claws and keep the cats claws from doing damage.

I do realize that no matter what argument I write, some people always will declaw their cats. Whether they should actually own a cat at all is a subject for another day. However, please do remember that education is always the best weapon (or as G.I. Joe would say..."Knowledge is half the battle!"), and educate as many people as you can about the truth of declawing a cat. 

About the Author

Stephanie Davies is a 27 year old Missourian with a loving husband and an 8 year old son. She currently owns and operates her own business, Mystickal Incense & More, which sells handmade candles, incense, bath & body products and other handcrafted products at http://www.mystickalincense.com 

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Jun 13, 2009 at 06:56 o\clock

Holidaying in Broome: The Hidden Pearl of Western Australia

Autor: linker456

If you want to experience another facet of Australia, head for Broome, an exotic oasis in the heart of the country's last great wilderness area.

Broome is an exotic blend of seaside resort and frontier town with and colourful mix of architectural styles. Add in a delightful beach and a rich and unusual history all in a tropical climate, and you've got the recipe for a great vacation.

Broome's exotic nature stems from its history. Its location on the Indian Ocean made it a perfect spot for pearling and it attracted people from all over the world, especially Japan.

Today's Broome is a chic modern town with art galleries and jewellery shops chic cafes with a wide range of attractions. You can see the pearling luggers at the wharf and in the bays, and buy pearls in Chinatown. For a taste of history, there's a Japanese cemetery, the last resting place of over 900 pearl divers.

Other than the city, the big attraction is the famous Cable Beach, a 14-mile stretch of pristine sand washed by a limpid blue sea. To truly appreciate the magic of Cable Beach, take a camel ride at sunset. The swimming is good too. Roebuck Bay on the eastern side of the town is also popular.

Broome is also a delight for ornithologists as flocks of shorebirds land at Roebuck Bay on their annual migration from north Asia. Summer is the peak time to view them but fledglings often remain there for the first two years of their lives.

Transport: getting there and getting around

Broome International Airport provides transport to several regional and domestic towns and cities.

Public transport in Broome is minimal but there's an hourly bus service to Cable Beach. The flat terrain makes it fine for cycling and rental bikes are readily available.

Climate:

Broome has a tropical climate with basically two seasons - dry and wet. During the dry season from May to November, temperatures peak at around 30 C. Most days are clear and sunny. In the wet season, temperatures get up to around 35 C. Humidity is high and heavy downpours are sporadic. The area can get hit by cyclones and summer storms.

Accommodation:from cheap stays to luxury resorts

Check on the internet for the range, location and cost of Hotels in Broome
Check on the internet for the range, location and cost of Broome hotels
Check on the internet for the range, location and cost of Broome accommodation

Events:what's on and what's hot

*Broome's flagship event is known as 'Staircase to the Moon'. It occurs when a full moon reflects off mudflats in Roebuck Bay during low tide. The effect is like a glorious set of stairs reaching up to the moon. Occurs March through to October.
*In September, the importance of the pearl industry is captured in Shinju Matsuri, which started in 1970. The name means 'festival of the pearl' in Japanese and the event is an extravaganza which includes an opening ball, carnival and float parade, mardi gras, together with many cultural activities.
*Opera Under The Stars is held in Broom and Kimberly in August.

About the Author

Alistair White has been in the travel industry for over 20 years and is the founder and CEO of Cheaper than Hotels, offering cheap Broome accommodation 

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