Is coconut oil bad for our health? According to studies that were done with the support of the conventional food and drug industry, coconut oil is bad for our health. The problems with these studies are that they are usually misleading, because they usually do not test raw virgin coconut oil, but instead test hydrogenated coconut oil. Hydrogenated coconut oil is not the same as raw organic virgin coconut oil. Raw organic virgin coconut oil is actually one of the healthiest oils to consume and is one of the best oils to cook food with.
Archive for September, 2011
There are numerous physical, emotional and spiritual ways to manage stress, and each has its own benefits. One of the most effective methods is regular spa massage therapy, which research has shown will actually boost the body’s immune system. The benefits of stress-relieving massage include lowered heart rate and blood pressure, muscle relaxation, and increased endorphins…all of which contribute to health and wellness.
Money Does Grow on Trees: Learn how to Protect and Exponentially Grow Your Investment Portfolio During Economic Boom or Bust
Money Does Grow On Trees is my newest ebook. It is written for the purpose of teaching you how to invest your money wisely so you do not have to worry about being in debt or not having enough money for retirement. In addition, it exposes secrets that the rich use to protect their assets from inflation during an economic crisis. This ebook will teach you how to protect your assets from inflation, grow your money exponentially, invest in “recession proof stocks,” take control of your investment portfolio and achieve financial freedom.
Smart meters are being used to replace the old analog meter because manufacturers claim they are more efficient and provide nearly real-time data. However, they are not being totally honest about the radiation emitted from smart meters. Throughout the U.S. these more high-tech meters are being installed on water, gas and electrical devices in homes without the consent of the homeowner. According to Daniel Hirsch, an expert in nuclear policy at UCSC, the radiation emitted from smart meters may be 100 times higher than cell phone radiation.