Infographic of the Day: Is Bottled Water Really That Bad? Yes. EatingWell: 7 of the Healthiest Foods You Should Be Eating But Aren't. By Matthew Thompson, Associate Food Editor for EatingWell Magazine When it comes to choosing what to eat, I like to get a lot of nutritional bang for my buck, so to speak.
The best deals? “Superfoods” that are far more plentiful in nutrients than they are in calories and that research has shown deliver health benefits. You’re probably already eating a lot of everyday superfoods -- like bananas, eggs and broccoli -- and maybe even some exotic ones. (Acai, anyone?) But what about the power-packed foods filled with good-for-you vitamins, minerals and disease-fighting phytochemicals you aren’t eating? On top of delivering a raft of cancer-fighting antioxidants, kale is one of the vegetable world's top sources of vitamin A, which promotes eye and skin health and may help strengthen the immune system. Quinoa is a delicately flavored whole grain packed with fiber and protein and, to top it off, it only takes 15 to 20 minutes to cook.
Flickr photo by net_efekt Quinoa By Matthew Thompson. 7:30am: Time to make love. 7 Rules of Wealth Building - Practical Steps to Amassing Capital. Most parents want to teach their children responsibility - how to become self sufficient and succeed in life (after all, no one plans on raising a dead beat).
However, very few actually accomplish this task. Why? Because, as parents, we are limited to the experiences our parents passed on to us; the antiquated notion that "responsibility" is simply getting a job, saving a little money, and maybe purchasing a car or some equally important item. Hopefully these seven rules will open your eyes and help you teach your children to avoid the traps that have stolen financial success from so many people.
Wealth Building Rule 1: Find a Financially Compatible Spouse Your biggest obstacle to attaining wealth is often found right at home: It's yourself and your spouse. One of the most important financial decisions you will ever make is marriage (more specifically the person you marry and the timing of your marriage). This isn't a new lesson. Does that seem impossible? R.I.P. Bill of Rights 1789 - 2011. (NaturalNews) One of the most extraordinary documents in human history -- the Bill of Rights -- has come to an end under President Barack Obama.
Derived from sacred principles of natural law, the Bill of Rights has come to a sudden and catastrophic end with the President's signing of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a law that grants the U.S. military the "legal" right to conduct secret kidnappings of U.S. citizens, followed by indefinite detention, interrogation, torture and even murder. This is all conducted completely outside the protection of law, with no jury, no trial, no legal representation and not even any requirement that the government produce evidence against the accused. It is a system of outright government tyranny against the American people, and it effectively nullifies the Bill of Rights.
While the U.S. Of course, today's runaway federal government utterly ignores the limitations placed on it by the founding fathers.