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Stacy Stowers There’s a very good reason why it’s called the Happy Shake! Though this creamy blend tastes like a delicious dessert, it’s chock-full of spinach, berries and super happy foods, like raw chocolate and maca. The Happy Shake is a meal replacement. It’s a key place to start when trying to lose excess weight, increase energy levels, and get healthier and happier. Before you get started, keep in mind the Happy Shake is more about technique than anything else. Stacy Stowers
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7 Super Snacks That Heal If some doctors had their way today, Americans would be more medicated than industrial feedlot cattle. But what most people don’t realize is that the first line of defense against stress, fatigue, depression, and so many other maladies is found in supermarket aisles, not in the drug store. Research shows that the vitamins, minerals, and active compounds specific to certain fruits, vegetables, and even chocolate and red wine have an immediate and lasting impact on your mood, your health, your fitness — even your sex life. Whether you have a big presentation at work, or the need to burn a few hundred extra calories a day (and who doesn’t want to do that?) 7 Super Snacks That Heal
Nootropics (/noʊ.əˈtrɒpɨks/ noh-ə-TROP-iks), also referred to as smart drugs, memory enhancers, neuro enhancers, cognitive enhancers, and intelligence enhancers, are drugs, supplements, nutraceuticals, and functional foods that purportedly improve mental functions such as cognition, memory, intelligence, motivation, attention, and concentration.[1][2] The word nootropic was coined in 1972 by the Romanian Dr. Corneliu E. Giurgea,[3][4] derived from the Greek words νους nous, or "mind," and τρέπειν trepein meaning "to bend/turn". Nootropics are thought to work by altering the availability of the brain's supply of neurochemicals (neurotransmitters, enzymes, and hormones), by improving the brain's oxygen supply, or by stimulating nerve growth.

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Un plato con carne de cerdo, embutidos y chucrut. El chucrut (del francés, choucroute, y éste del alemán, sauerkraut, ‘col agria’, a través del alsaciano sürkrüt; en polaco, kiszona kapusta; en ruso, квашеная капуста(kvašenaä kapusta) es una comida típica de Alemania, de Alsacia, de Polonia y de Rusia que se prepara haciendo fermentar las hojas del repollo (col) en agua con sal (salmuera). Se emplea en la mayoría de los casos como acompañamiento de platos que generalmente se ven aliñados con algunas especias tales como el eneldo o la pimienta, y diversos embutidos y carne de cerdo. Elaboración[editar] Chucrut Chucrut
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