There are several diets out there- particularly Keto, that people have had a lot of success with. In just 2 months I almost lost 30 pounds (call it water weight all you want) and it was a low carb, high fat diet. My bad cholesterol even went down a couple points, and I still feel like I have my muscles. There is a lot of research supporting this idea out there, if you realize that the FDA is probably bought out by people who make high-carb, high-profit foods.
The old school food triangle is garbage. Schools feed kids based on guidance from the govt and look what we get. Sugary sodas, high carb grains, meal replacement candy. None of this is for your health. The real problem is that none of it in combination is good for anything but heart disease and diabetes.
The studies on lchf have been out for a while and really put the pressure on the whole concept of shutting down glycogens and generating ketones. As noted in the study, bad cholesterol dives while good cholesterol spikes. I once saw a list of the most unhealthy processed foods that basically has every food group in a single meal. If you ate just one of these a day I think you are certain to die in ten years. Start with fresh meats, fish, nuts, creams and veggies. Leave the carbs for last. Live a long and healthy life.
People seem to forget that those who are 40 today have a good chance of living to 100. Do you want to spend the last 30 years of your life getting heart surgeries, popping blood pressure pills and overprescribed pharmaceuticals? You're just supporting an industry that thrives on your disabilities. Ditch them and the whole damned system of intolerance they offer.
I've done this for years, and didn't even know it was a thing. Seems to work.
Hey who stole my computer?!
RT is claiming that Ukrainian troops crossed into Russia, in order to defect, and the Ukranian government admits this.
The west must go all out on sanctions. Gonna happen sooner or later.. and later is always bad.
And do you think Germany is going to shut down 1/4 of their GDP by stopping trade with the Superpower next door? Not likely no matter what Putin does.
That's my password...
Can we use it to create an amalgamation of the "average" first post on a
The Average Image for your first post would look something like this:
>Frist Post (Score: -1)
Side note? I would do the same with my kids if I actually got up off my ass and stopped typing on computers for 10 minutes. Sad.
some wonder if these bots help or hinder Twitter's stock value.
Hmm. Are some of those that are wondering if it helps Twitter's stock actually bots themselves?
Bots certainly work well for financial companies, aka HFT, etc. I can't see how they hurt the stock value of a service like twitter.
There aren't 8300 people working on each patent application. The USPTO received 609,052 patent applications last year. There are (roughly) 200 working days in a calendar year (accounting for sick leave, vacation, an minimal training/in-service time). Each patent receives (on average) less than 3 man-days total for your diligence in determining the patent background, current state of the art, etc.
609,052 / 8300 workers = 7 patents to review per worker per year.
If each patent takes 3 days to review, then that is 255 - 21 = 234 days left to do nothing.
Therefore, patent office working as expected!
A method and system for under-performing approval of patents on the interwebs.
Depending on where you are of course...
But in many places your Doctor can only bill your insurance if they actually see you in the office. They cannot bill or can only bill less if they talk to you over the phone.
Indeed! Our insurance company which costs a mighty fortune has made it clear they will cover no such "remote visits"
"They decided they want to make money off of this. There's no way for others to verify." Wisniewski was referring to an offer by Hold Security to notify website operators if they were affected, but only if they sign up for its breach notification service, which starts at US$120 per year.
A Billion dollar security firm won't sign up for a $120 per year service to see the data behind the breach? It must be highway robbery unlike most AV products which charge the same $$$ per year for little in return.
In addition it seems the above quote neglected this portion of the article:
Individual consumers can find out through its identity protection service, which Hold Security says will be free for the first 30 days.
It's free and they still can't afford it? Sophos can't use a fraction of its 100,000 honeypot email accounts to sign up and see if it's legit?
Much like Hold Security, Sophos has displayed nothing but news-unworthy jabber.
They also refuse to fritter away valuable keystrokes and time on trivial things, like punctuation.