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Real Reading Article of the Week: Stamp Out Online Misogyny?|
|We give you free test-like reading questions on interesting articles, so that you can learn how to read (or read better than you do already). Article difficulty levels go from 1-5. If you’re dying for an answer, just ask. Law / Technology - Article Level 4 Stamp Out Online Misogyny? http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2011/11/stamp-out-online-misogyny/248236/ Reading Questions: What is the […]|
|(Published: Tue, 30 Jul 2013 01:43:01 +0000)|
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Confused about making the right career choice? Go for SEO! |
|Most of the businesses these days are going online. In order to always remain in competition, it is important to keep your business visible over the internet. As the number of business rivals grows, the competition among business websites to grab the top position in search engine results is also increasing, leaving behind those that are ill-informed about the SEO practices. The knowledge about SEO practices is essential in|
|(Published: Fri, 17 Jan 2014 10:16:49 GMT)|
Software Testing Training Institutes in Pune |
Fresher’s Jobs in Software Testing|
|Software Testing Course with Software Testing Jobs for fresher’s in Pune I assume you are a fresher and looking to make a career in Software Testing . Software Testing has seen a sea of change in the way it is looked upon as a career option. People are opting for Software Testing as it has […]|
|(Published: Mon, 07 Apr 2014 10:15:23 +0000)|
Hippocrates Health Institute |
Sprouts – A complete diet for effective health care|
|Many people today are trying to improve their health by eating a diet that includes more nutrition, raw foods. Over processed, over cooked, over preserved foods have left many people around the world overweight and unhealthy. Let’s take a look at a simple and delicious food that is highly nutritious and can help you get […]|
|(Published: Mon, 28 Apr 2014 10:52:10 +0000)|
Hippocrates Health Institute |
Adzuki Sprout: Best supplements for effective health Care|
In today’s modern age it seems like everyone is becoming more and more health conscious. The health industry seems to be producing new products and supplements on a daily basis. These supplements claim that they will provide you with the nutrients and vitamins that you will need, to prepare for the day. Though some of these supplements are somewhat healthy, nothing beats the natural energy and vitamins of raw vegetables. One of the best sprouts to eat is the Adzuki sprout. The Adzuki sprout has a history of providing its users with energy and tons of health benefits. To better appreciate this sprout, you need to understand a little bit about its history, benefits, and growth.
The History of the Adzuki Sprout:
The Adzuki sprout has a long and vast history stemming from ancient East Asia. During this time these beans were being grown with other types of sprouts by Japanese and Korean people. As the sprout became more popularized it eventually found itself in China, where it was consumed for energy and vitality. Some of the earliest cultivated Adzuki Bean Sprouts can be traced back to 4000 BC. In some Eastern Asian countries there are specimens from 1000 BC on display.
The Health Benefits of Adzuki Sprout:
The Adzuki Sprouts was mostly consumed as an energy source by the early settlers of East Asia. These beans are a great source of carbohydrates (energy) and certain minerals such as: iron, magnesium and potassium.
The protein content of this sprout is extraordinary! The Adzuki Sprout has up to 17 grams of protein per serving. This is the same amount of protein found within a chicken thigh. This sprout also lowers LDL which is the bad form of cholesterol known to clog arteries and cause heart attacks.
Growth and Cultivation of the Seed:
Since the Adzuki Sprout has such a huge number of health benefits, it is treasured highly by vegetarians, vegans and others looking to live a healthier lifestyle. Growing these sprouts requires a certain level of patience and dedication. It typically takes up to three days for these sprouts to become mature, if the proper process has been followed. The first step is to soak these seeds in water for about 8-9 hours. Afterwards you will want to drain them and rinse them off again. For the next three days you will want to continue this process of rinsing and draining these seeds. After three days, you will have fully matured sprouts ready to be consumed.
A Look Back at the Adzuki Sprout:
The Adzuki Sprout is an awesome food source to have around the house. This is especially true, if you are interested in consuming living foods or going on a raw food diet. This bean is perfect for a raw food diet as it offers you a great mixture of all macronutrients and micronutrients. The Adzuki Sprout also does not take a long time to cultivate and grow if the proper steps are taken. Simply soak, drain, rinse and repeat for three days and they will be ready.
|(Published: Tue, 29 Apr 2014 06:18:00 -0400)|
Hippocrates Health Institute |
LifeStyle at Hippocrates Health Institute|
Expand Beyond You:
Everything living has a measurable frequency. Our vibrational frequency is who we are. We belong to a universal orchestra and remembering our place in this grand masterpiece is key to finding our true selves. What does your song sound like? What frequency are you emanating out to the world?
The exciting work of cymatics and quantum physics is ushering in a whole new way to look at the world around us but more importantly within us. Our emotions
emit frequencies that affect our
overall health. Any positive emotion causes a cell to vibrate at a higher frequency and negative emotion causes a cell to vibrate at a lower frequency. The negative emotion
is nothing but an incompletely experienced emotion that gets frozen within our bodies. These negative emotions, when stored in the cells of the body, can cause the body to become unhealthy.
Science is now understanding through research that everything is energy and the higher your energy vibrates, the better health
and happiness you can enjoy.
Spend a day with Hippocrates Health Institute
staff members, Nancy Dimaio, Maria Krajnak and Joda Cook as they help you to delve into the deepest part of yourselves, embracing the age-old adage, "Know Thyself." As you reconnect to and embrace "All-is-one and one-is-all," the inner transformation work will revitalize your inner-spark and re-awaken your life purpose!Restoring Balance with Emotional Freedom Technique:
We have the power to influence the world around us. And for the past decade, Quantum Psychologist Garland Landrith has been helping people to tap into that zone. His research was cited in the documentary, “What the Bleep,” and demonstrated how the power of thought through a shared intention lowered the crime rates in Washington, D.C.
Landrith’s work with Emotional Freedom Technique restores awareness and trust in the natural healing
abilities of our mind and body. EFT, or the tapping technique, is like psychological acupressure. The technique works by releasing blockages within the energy system. These disruptions are the source of emotional intensity and discomfort and can lead to feelings of anxiety, depression and stuckness.
By focusing on the specific problem whilst tapping with fingers on the end points of energy meridians, EFT works to clear the disruptions and reset the disruptive pattern in order to restore emotional harmony and relief from physical discomfort. The combination of sending kinetic energy
to our energy
system, while focusing on root causes, restores the natural energetic flow of the body and clears the "short circuit" from the body's learned response or negative emotion.
|(Published: Mon, 05 May 2014 10:12:00 +0000)|
Learn Indian Astrology |
|Sixth house is the house of disease. At this house evil or influence disease is not produced but auspicious influence is considered slowly increment in emergence of disease. The house which has an aspect of auspicious planet or its employer increases its natural result but the same house increases the disease if influenced by evil […]|
|(Published: Tue, 13 May 2014 14:06:35 +0000)|
Learn Indian Astrology |
Constellation And Gana|
Based on nature and character, humans are divided in three Gana (categories) on the basis of birth constellation. These three Gana are - Deva (Godly), Manushya (Human) and Rakshasa (Demons).
1. Deva Gana
Deva, Manushya and RakshasaGana are divided in three parts based on the 27 constellations. The first category (Ashwani, Mrigshira, Punarvasu, Pushya, Hasta, Swati, Anuradha, Shravana, Revati) belongs to Deva Gana. People born in these above constellations come under Deva Gana. People of this Gana are pure and simple by nature. These people are emotional, kind, have patience, confident, famous, loved by all, philanthropic and of loving nature. Generally these people are obedient and followers of Guru (teacher). They are extremely knowledgeable also.
The second category (Bharani, Rohini, Adra, Purvaphalguni, Uttaraphalguni, Purvashada, Uttarashada, PurvaBhadrapad, Uttara Bhadrapada) belongs to ManushyaGana. A person born in this above constellation comes under ManushyaGana. People of this Gana are far sighted, smart, self-respecting, valour, fulfill their selfish desires, devotee of beauty, social, interested in social activities, desires fame and gets adjusted with the needs of time. Generally people of ManushyaGana are philanthropic, materialistic, wealthy, prosperous, famous and have interest in arts.
The third category (Krittika, Ashlesha, Magha, Chitra, Jyeshtha, Vishakha, Moola, Dhanishtha, Shatbhisha) belongs to RakshasaGana. People born in these above constellations come under RakshasaGana. People of this Gana are bad tempered, over confident, selfish, fraud, cunning, powerful, proudy, strong, likes fault finding in others, violent, firm determined and wishes to get full power. Generally they are evil, foul speakers, quarrelsome and can harm others for their own benefit.
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|(Published: Sat, 01 Feb 2014 06:58:00 +0000)|
Institute For International Education |
MBA in University Of Wolverhampton|
About the University
The University of Wolverhampton
has a long and cherished history dating back to the Mechanics Institute and the College of Art in the mid-1800s. Later, teacher training colleges and colleges of health were incorporated, all of which helped to develop our rich heritage and a tradition of academic excellence in vocational higher education Indeed our coat of arms carries the motto: ‘Innovation and Opportunity’ - something which is as true today as when we were first established all those years ago.
We are now a leading university and a major player in the UK higher education
sector, contributing to knowledge transfer, economic development, wealth creation and social justice.
Times may have changed but our ethos has not; we remain a beacon for widening participation in education. We remain The Opportunity University.
|(Published: Thu, 22 Aug 2013 05:31:05 -0700)|
American Institute of Legal Counsel |
American Institute of Legal Counsel|
American Institute of Legal Counsel Â– AI Legal Counsel what it takes to be one
The American Institute of Legal Counsel is an organization that rates attorneys on their achievements and performance. It is a great honor to become nominated in the AI Legal Counsel since not all attorneys are recognized by the organization. In order to become a member, the attorney has to pass the selection criteria established by the American Institute of Legal Counsel. The criteria were made to standardize the selection process and to identify the attorneys who have performed well in their field of practice.|
|(Published: Sat, 08 Nov 2014 05:09:00 EDT)|