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The Affordable Care Act. People either love it, or hate it. Not everyone, not even its creators, fully understand the whole bill. Even democratic politician Nancy Pelosi said: “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what’s in it.“ Sounds like someone who really dedicated hours and hours of their time to study the bill in great depth! It might take days, or even weeks actually, as Obamacare statuses and its implementing regulations are described in more than two million words, and as a signed law it is formated to 961 pages. To this day, many people are confused by some of the parts of the actual law. Let’s break it down a little.
Many people benefit from the reform, or at least it seems like they do. Some individuals might actually get what they were not able to get before Obamacare, but when we look at the bigger picture, it is not that optimistic. First of all, let’s talk about what insurance really means. Car insurance probably won’t cover us when we get a flat tire. Home insurance is not ...
No scientist in the world is able to estimate how many cells there are in a human body. The number is so huge that even if we knew, it wouldn’t even be imaginable to a human brain. But every single cell in our body, even the tiniest one, has its purpose. Every cell has a core, and every core contains compounds called nucleotides. Nucleotides serve to carry energy within the cell and they are the main building blocks of DNA and RNA, which carry our genetic information. They also play a key role in our metabolic processes and enzyme reactions.
To function perfectly, we have to make sure our bodies have enough of all the necessary nutrients in proper balance; all trace elements, minerals, and vitamins, but also the right ratios of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins for our bioindividuality. As we grow and our cells create other cells, for example during skin or blood regeneration, we also need to have enough building material for those new cells, including nucleotides....
For years and years, food manufacturers led us to believe that soy is a health food. Soy milk, soy cheese, edamame, even meat replacements made of soy - tofu, and other meatless substances - became an ideal option especially for Vegetarians and Vegans, but in fact there is nothing healthy about non-fermented soy and soy products. Soy can cause serious health problems and it’s used in almost every processed food because it is cheap to grow and process. Soy is well marketed and marked as healthy food, and it is almost everywhere nowadays, just like corn.
The main reason we should avoid soy is the fact that most of it is genetically modified in a way that makes it damaging to the gut of any creature that eats it. When GMO soy is grown next to a field of non-GMO soy, the cross-pollination (nature’s way of helping crops to grow, healthy and strong) unfortunately contaminates pure soy crops. To add insult to injury, the farmer is not allowed to keep the contaminated seed for planting. Monsanto, the largest GMO crop producer, has very strong po ...
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