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Топ 10 на най-богатите на витамин В3 (ниацин) храни Витамин В3 или ниацин (ниацинамид, никотинамид, никотинова киселина) е жизненоважен за човека витамин, който осигурява оптималния метаболизъм на мазнините, понижава „лошия холестерол” (повишава „добрия”) и триглицеридите, понижава кръвната захар до нормалните стойности и помага при депресия, тъй като стимулира производството на серотонин.(1) Що се отнася до ползите му за занимаващите се с фитнес и бодибилдинг, ниацинът подпомага разширяването на кръвоносните съдове (подобрява вазодилатацията), стимулира собственото производство на мъжките полови хормони, сред които и тестостерона, и подпомага отслабването, тъй като понижава апетита, желанието за консумация на сладко и подпомага здравословната функция на щитовидната жлеза, стимулирайки разграждането и изчистването на мазнините. Дефицитът на ниацин предизвиква болестното състояние пелагра, характеризиращо се с диария, дерматит, деменция, възпаление на устната лигавица, амнезия, делириум. Ползите за здравето от витамин В3: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
World History Timeline of ancient history This timeline of ancient history lists historical events of the documented ancient past from the beginning of recorded history until the Early Middle Ages. Bronze Age and Early Iron Age The Bronze Age was the period in human cultural development when the most advanced metalworking (at least in systematic and widespread use) included techniques for smelting copper and tin from naturally-occurring outcroppings of copper ores, and then combining those ores to cast bronze. The Iron Age was the stage in the development of any people in which tools and weapons whose main ingredient was iron were prominent. c. 3200 BC: Sumerian cuneiform writing system and The Egyptian hieroglyphs.3200 BC: Newgrange built in Ireland.3200 BC: Cycladic culture in Greece3200 BC: Norte Chico civilization begins in Peru3200 BC: Rise of Proto-Elamite Civilization in Iran3150 BC:First Dynasty of Egypt3100 BC: Skara Brae in Scotlandc. 3000 BC: Egyptian calendarc. 3000 BC: Stonehenge construction begins.
30 Life-Enhancing Things You Can Do in 30 Minutes or Less Many of us attempt to measure our happiness based on the duration of certain favorable experiences in our lives. The longer a favorable experience lasts, the happier we think we’ll be. But the truth is, life is simply a string of small, independent moments that are always changing. Thus, a few minutes well spent here and there can make a big difference in what we get out of life in the long-term. Here are 30 things you can do in 30 minutes or less that will have a positive emotional effect on you and those closest to you. And yes, I realize some of these suggestions may lead to activities and projects that will likely take longer than 30 minutes to complete; but they still take far less than 30 minutes to start. What simple life-enhancing activities do you participate in on a regular basis? Photo by: Rachel Sian Related 30 Ways to Save 30 Minutes a Day We're all way too busy. October 4, 2010 In "Hacks" 30 Challenges for 30 Days of Growth We are what we repeatedly do. December 25, 2011
The World History Association (WHA) One of the WHA’s largest commitments is to extend knowledge of world history to younger students. We at the WHA believe that students should not have to wait until college to be exposed to a global education. Understanding cross-cultural interaction and development throughout history should begin earlier. In an ever increasingly connected world, the WHA believes that secondary school teachers are an important asset in this regard. To assist professionals teaching world history, we have included essential links to information about standards and materials, lesson plans, and organizations and other informative, helpful websites. College Board This is an especially helpful website for those teaching AP world history. World History Connected This is an electronic journal that offers helpful information about teaching world history. H-World H-World is a particularly useful website for those looking for practical, logistical information for teaching world history.
Tropical Energy Bites | Every Last Bite My sweet tooth has a mind of its own. It can’t be tamed, it shows up at the most unlikely of times, and it won’t stop nagging me until it gets exactly what it wants. No matter how large my lunch or dinner, I continue to be hungry until I have eaten something sweet. Energy balls have been a great solution to this problem. They taste like candy. Tropical Fruit Bites Recipe type: Specific Carbohydrate Diet Legal, Grain/Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Paleo, Vegan Ingredients 1½ cups naturally dried mango, diced 1 cup naturally dried apricots, diced ¼ cup unsweetened shredded coconut 2 tbsp coconut oil 1 tsp vanilla extract Instructions Place all ingredients in a food processor and blend for 2-3 minutes until the dried fruit has broken down into crumb sized pieces and all of the ingredients are clumping together into a ball Remove the ingredients and place in an 8 x 8 inch baking pan. Like this: Like Loading...
50 Ways To Start Fresh Defeat. Boredom. Lack of meaning in your life. All these symptoms, and many others, of course, are a sign that you need to start fresh. To run again. To leave the old behind and embrace the new. I started fresh for many times in my life, and, hopefully, I’ll start fresh again. 1. Sometimes starting over means accepting that you’re no longer the person you used to be. 2 Just Leave Quit the boring job, the abusive relationship, the past. 3. Too often we’re unconsciously rejecting other people by habit. 4. And move on. 5. It doesn’t have to be a friend. 6. Bungee jumping, for instance, if you’re the physical type. 7. A concert or other stuff involving hundreds or thousands of people. 8. Don’t make it a novel and don’t aim at publishing it. 9. And stick to it. 10. You don’t have to start fresh only after a big defeat. 11. Accept ALL your past defeats and victories. 12. Ok, you wanna change, but you’re not yet sure. 13. Throw away clothes, things, devices, memories. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.
National History Standards Праистория — Уикипедия Праистория (етимологията на думата идва от латинското præ – преди и гръцкото ιστορία - история), първобитно общество (доисторическо общество), предистория е термин, използван да опише периода преди появата на писмеността, влязъл в употреба през XIX век.. Писмеността се появява в различно време при отделните народи, затова и терминът доисторически или не се използва в описанието на много култури или границите им не съвпадат с тези на човечеството като цяло. В частност се употребява терминът протоистория за определяне на крайния стадий на доисторическата епоха за дадена култура, когато самата култура още не е създала своя писменост, но вече е упомената в писмените паметници на други народи. Всички термини свързани с периодизацията на праисторията, например неандерталец или желязна епоха са ретроспективни и в значителна степен условни, а тяхното точно определяне е предмет на обсъждане. Периоди на развитие[редактиране | редактиране на кода] Периодизация на каменната епоха: Ранен палеолит
How to use FUROSHIKI click click click click click click click click click close window © Japan Centre Group Ltd 2009 Let's Play 'History As A List' : Krulwich Wonders... A bunch of you have sent me this list. It comes from Drew Breunig, a New Yorker who apparently works in the computer business, in advertising. It's a short history of "Frontiers" — territories that he says have challenged humans over the centuries, arranged in roughly chronological order. Drew calls it "Frontiers Through The Ages." Water, 1400 Land, 1840 Gold, 1850 Wire, 1880 Air, 1900 Celluloid, 1920 Plastic, 1950 Space, 1960 Silicon, 1980 Networks, 1990 Data, 2000 I know, I know, it's much too American and very arbitrary (Christopher Columbus didn't exactly "open" the oceans for exploration; Egyptian sailors, Minoans, Phoenicians did that, and much earlier), but still, Drew is playing a game here that's fun, if you keep at it. Suppose I wanted to think about power, how sources of power have multiplied over time. gravity muscle horses wind steam internal combustion oil gas nuclear With each new chapter, we get more power, plus more risk . vinyl 8-track cassette CD iTunes Anonymous Indeed.
Full List Bromo volcano, Java, Indonesia Wayag Island, Raja Ampat, Indonesia Antarctic expedition of AirPano, Part I Volcano Klyuchevskaya Sopka, Kamchatka, Russia, 2015 Dubai, UAE Iceland, the best aerial panoramas New 7 Wonders of the World Petra, Jordan Great Wall of China Grand tour of Moscow, Russia Barcelona, Spain Everest, Himalayas, Nepal, Part II, December 2012 Santorini (Thira), Oia, Greece Plosky Tolbachik Volcano, Kamchatka, Russia, 2012 Iguazu Falls, Argentina-Brazil.