Wednesday, April 23, 2014

66-68ingl”s.qxd

http://www.xn--essstrungen-aargau-h3b.ch/media/archive1/fachpersonen/diagnostik/differentialdiagnostik/Orthorexia_NewEatingDisorder.pdf

Worst Part of Christine Jones' Campaign for Governor So Far? | Phoenix New Times

http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/valleyfever/2013/10/worst_part_of_christine_jones.php


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Old Town Center for the Arts ~ Cottonwood, AZ

http://www.oldtowncenter.org/event/6th-season/robin-dean-salmon-blackbird-05-10.html


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The effects of different levels of energy intake on protein metabolism and of different levels of protein intake on energy metabolism: A statistical evaluation from the published literature

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For a number of years, Pcal% has been suggested as a useful dietary indicator for protein sufficiency (MILLER and PAYNE, 1961; BEATON and SWISS, 1974), but its limitations have also been recognized (BEATON and SWISS 1974; PAYNE, 1975; FAO/WHO/UNU, 1985). The relevance of the simple ratio, even when correctly calculated (average protein: average energy), as a basis for assessing diets has been questioned since it does not take into account individual variability in the needs for energy and of the extent to which these are independent of variability in protein requirements. For the US diet, the Pcal% stays at about 16% (15.4 to 17.5) across a wide range of age, sex and income groups, despite a more than two-fold range in protein availability (PELLETT and YOUNG, 1990), and even for poor developing countries, average Pcal% values from food balance sheet data (YOUNG and PELLETT, 1991) are usually in excess of Pcal% = 11%.

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The Dangers of the 80/10/10 Diet

http://www.sparkpeople.com/mypage_public_journal_individual.asp?blog_id=4864372


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Dietary protein, calcium metabolism, and skeletal homeostasis revisited


Epidemiologic studies, taken as a whole, do not satisfactorily describe the chronic impact of low-protein diets. When bone mineral density (BMD) is the primary outcome, most (4453) but not all (5458) epidemiologic studies show a positive relationship between protein intake and BMD. Stated another way, most of the epidemiologic evidence shows that when other known dietary factors are controlled, individuals who consume low-protein diets have lower BMD. Using the NHANES III database, we found that in 1882 non-Hispanic white women 50-y-old and older, after adjusting for age and body weight, a low protein intake was associated with a significantly lower hip BMD (53). Similarly, Hannan et al (52) studied 615 participants in the Framingham Osteoporosis Study over a 4-y period and found that lower levels of protein intake were associated with significantly higher rates of bone loss at the hip and spine. Persons in the lowest quartile of protein intake showed the greatest rates of bone loss. These findings are consistent with earlier work of Freudenheim et al, who reported that a low protein intake was associated with greater loss in bone density from the wrist in 35–65-y-old women (44). 

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Monday, April 21, 2014

CRON-O-Meter

https://cronometer.com/


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Castle Hill Walking Tour - Free Walking Tour in Budapest

http://visitbudapest.travel/activities/budapest-sightseeing/castle-hill-walking-tour/


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How your government is ignoring you | MSUToday | Michigan State University

http://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2014/how-your-government-is-ignoring-you/


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Intestinal Bacteria & B12


It is possible that some vegans can ward of overt vitamin B12 deficiency, and even mild B12 deficiency, through B12 production by bacteria in the small intestine. However, this is an unusual condition, especially in Western countries, and should not be relied upon, including by raw foodists.

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WHO_TRS_935_eng.pdf



The value accepted for the safe level of intake is 0.83 g/kg per day, for proteins

@100kg body weight, 83g protein/day  



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Friday, April 18, 2014

Why I Don't Buy the Resurrection Story: The Main Argument

hagiography," a sacred account of a holy person regarded as representing a moral and divine ideal. Such a genre had as its principal aim the glorification of the religion itself and of the example set by the perfect holy person represented as its central focus. Such literature was also a tool of propaganda, used to promote certain moral or religious views, and to oppose different points of view

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http://cdn.theatlanticcities.com/img/upload/2014/04/17/nooneliveshere_.jpg