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Obesity – Toxic Food

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Doing a recent tally of our rapidly disappearing freedoms I got to wondering about the increasing practice in the UK of refusing essential medical procedures to people who are deemed too fat. We all eat and, according to surveys, most of us still believe to be true that which is presented to us in the mainstream media. It seems hardly fair then to deny an individual medical treatment because they have become obese, yet at the same time connive in the relentless daily promotion of products heavily laced with hydrogenated fat and other man made chemicals, by food manufacturers and multinational supermarkets.

Their reasoning seems to go something like this:

‘We will continue to bombard you with images of synthetic and unhealthy foods at every opportunity and particularly at those times your subconscious is off guard and at its most vulnerable. But if you will persist in being brainwashed by the artfully enticing imagery and carefully targeted soundbites, and allow yourself to overindulge in that which we are, at great expense, striving to persuade you to overindulge in, then we will have no option but to withdraw your right to medical treatment irrespective of your continuing compulsory life long contributions’.

Imagine for a moment if you can, an emotionally detached psychopath legally empowered to execute ad agency executives and food manufacturers alike unless the unadulterated truth is broadcast instead of the usual ‘beautiful’ people promoting the usual ‘this is so good for you’ consumer targeted spin.

I think it may go something like this :

‘The picture on this packet has been produced in a special effects studio with the assistance of shaving foam, polystyrene offcuts, colour enhanced engine oil and high sheen hairspray. Disclaimer : The promotional image on the packet sleeve should not be taken as an indication of the contents’.

‘For hygiene purposes we can guarantee the ingredients have been thoroughly boiled at extremely high temperatures for an extensive period at our purpose-built factory thus ensuring that texture and any remaining nutrients have been eliminated although we cannot give assurance that every operative will have washed their hands after a visit to the rest room since we do not have the staff’.

‘Aspartame : has been added to satisfy the public’s penchant for a hint of sweetness, to confuse diabetics and those who imagine it will lead to weight loss. The methanol from aspartame is converted to formaldehyde and then formic acid. Unlike natural fruit and alcoholic beverages there is no ethanol to counteract this. Chronic, low-level exposure to methanol has been seen to cause heart disease and pancreatic inflammation; everything from weight gain to seizures, strokes to liver and kidney failure to anti social behaviour and depression. In fact there are over 90 known incapacitating conditions attributed to regular ingestion of aspartame, far too numerous to list in this brief summary. But we can let you know aspartame is a neurotoxin and an excitotoxin. Which is to say it will ‘excite’ neural cell activity to the point where brain cells will self destruct. Over time fewer brain cells and creeping memory loss will leave you at a distinct disadvantage for critical evaluation of future food marketing campaigns’.

‘We take this opportunity to offer a special tribute to the EU, the FSA and the FDA for their combined efforts in banning the sale of Stevia, a natural, calorie free sweetener with no side effects’, which would have had serious potential to damage our profit margins’.

‘Hydrogenated Oil and Fat : added to create a nice feel and sense of texture. Each batch of hydrogenated oil has its own characteristics and we cannot control the outcome. Inevitably residues will remain in the final product but we do successfully remove all traces of Omega 3 and Omega 6 essential fatty acids. This is achieved by injecting hydrogen into oil at high pressure with temperatures reaching 210C in the presence of a carcinogen, usually a compound comprising 50 percent nickel and 50 percent aluminium, for approximately 6 to 8 hours. The resultant malodorous trans fatty glue is then bleached and deodorized and classified as a plastic’.

‘The human body does not know what to do with plastic so dumps it wherever there is a space handy, usually along artery walls and around the midriff adjacent to vital organs such as the pancreas, significantly hampering the optimal function of insulin receptors and corrupting a wide range of metabolic processes including those of unborn offspring’.

‘The benefit of this synthetic chemical to the profit margins of food retailing multinationals in prolonging shelf life cannot be overstated and far outweighs any bothersome disabilities you may experience’.

‘We work closely with the pharmaceuticals who in turn work tirelessly to produce and promote a choice of ‘corrective’ drugs for each and every unpleasant or life threatening syndrome you may develop’.

‘This product may contain traces of insecticide, fungicide and herbicide’.

Nice Fantasy while it lasted….back to the usual hogwash then.



Source by Elga Mackie

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The Gift of Medieval Music

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The Medieval era is one of the longest in history, beginning with the fall of the Roman Empire in 476 C.E. and continuing through into the fifteenth century, where the end of Medieval times gave way to the birth of the Rennaissance era. 

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Samsung Launched S9 and S9+ With Awesome Features

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The phone of the year is already here! Samsung has launched galaxy s9 and galaxy s9+ and it seems like soon these phones will rule the smartphone market. The phone was launched in March 2018 and has already become a hit.

The two new phones with their dazzling features can take easily take on the market of Apple’s iPhone X and Google’s Pixel 2.

Both the phone has breathtaking features, like:

Camera

For the first time they have improved the camera on slow motion capabilities. In a super-speed dual pixel sensor they have integrated a dual aperture (f/1.5 and f/2.4) lens. It is powered by a dedicated processor and memory chip.

Automatic motion detection is available on both the devices. This is feature that detects movement in the frame and all by itself begin to record – the only thing the users have to do is se tup the shot. Their camera also supports animated emojis. In desire to make camera their best feature the South Korean giant has used a data-based machine learning algorithm which analyze a 2D image of the user and maps out more than 100 facial features to create a 3D model reflecting and imitating expressions like winks and nods, for personalization.

Multimedia

Technology lover from a very long time has been demanding for dual stereo speakers in Samsung. With Galaxy S9-series their patience pays off. The smartphones are furnished with stereo speakers fine-tuned by audio expert AKG. The speaker also supports Dolby Atoms for of 360-degree surround sound experience.

Security

Knox 3.1, Samsung’s latest defence-grade security platform protects both the S series phone. Iris, fingerprint and facial recognition are three biometric verification that smartphone provide. There is also a one smart feature that the devices use to verify he user. It is a new verification process that brilliantly uses the collective strength of iris scanning and facial recognition technology to unlock a user’s phone in unfavourable situations.

Mobility

To improvise the experience of tech savvy, the next-generation Samsung Dex allows full-screen experience with the DeX Pad. It is the latest system that has the feature to connect both the phones to a larger monitor, keyboard and mouse. It enhances the mobile experience of the user.

If you are planning to invest in the latest technology of smartphones then religiously buy Samsung Galaxy S9+. Samsung is ruling the world of smartphones and with the launch of S series, it will continue to do so.



Source by Kanchan Thakur

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How Do I Become A Music Producer?

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So, you think you want to become a music producer? Good for you! Music production is an exciting way to blend multiple skills into one career. Music producers are musicians, creators, innovators, composers, networkers, muses, and tech experts all rolled into one. 

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