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17 Mar Food items and Temper: The Nourishment Relationship – Analysis on Growing old



(Go to: http://www.uctv.tv/) Master the proper stability of foods to optimize your physical and psychological health and fitness and get sensible ideas for controlling your fat, protecting superior temper, and reducing the hazard of widespread long-term health conditions. Collection: “Stein Institute for Analysis on Growing old” [ten/2014] [Well being and Drugs] [Display ID: 28362]

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  • M. Fernanda Melendez
    Posted at 02:49h, 17 March

    Poor audio, any ideas how to improve it?

  • Dalal Alkazemi
    Posted at 02:49h, 17 March

    very informative! Thank you

  • Dana Sloan
    Posted at 02:49h, 17 March

    A larger than moderate use of sugar tears away our stored B vitamins and can steer us into a crash! Depression is to me like a constant mood crash… quarrelsomeness, fear, more 08:38 likely!

  • Ray Whitney
    Posted at 02:49h, 17 March

    I like this presentation in that it made connections. She links things you know together in such a way that it is easier to understand how the system works. It is one thing to know that you need B vitamins, lean meat, and Omega 3. It is another thing to understand how they work together within us.

  • alice coppers
    Posted at 02:49h, 17 March

    The high consumption of grains makes you hypoglycemic, then alcohol compounds this multiple times. Because alcohol is made from decomposed grains..

  • alice coppers
    Posted at 02:49h, 17 March

    Thank you! this is so true…I have begun taking superfoods Chlorella and Spirulina and within minutes I feel very energetic and very positive..Being over 60 is difficult. Dont make it worse by "Living for food"..Lets begin a new idea of "eating to live better".

  • Marco Bux
    Posted at 02:49h, 17 March

    Great!

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