Expand your consciousness with nootropics

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February 25th, 2013 by pompano

Humans are very limited individuals. Of course, we are not born as limited individuals. To the contrary, we are born with open eyes that scan the whole world we are exposed to. We are born with senses that record, analyze, and dissect our childhood worlds with such precision and rapidity that would astound supercomputer designers. In other words, we are born as powerful learning and growing machines. Sadly, as we mature, we begin to become social animals and as part of this transformation much of our former sense of possibility, growth, exploration, and becoming get suppressed. As we reach middle age, we have become so burdened by others’ expectations and roles imposed from the outside that we actually begin to become dumber and dumber. This enforced ignorance is a socially constructed one. We still have the same wonderful hardware that allowed us to learn language in such a short period of time. We still have the same faculties that helped us explore the world when we were babies. Sadly, our adult minds chose to atrophy instead. Instead of running on multiple tracks, our social roles force us to think in narrow terms. Indeed, one key evidence to this socialization of our brains is the fact that we consider free thinkers and innovators as unique and heroic. In fact, everyone has the same potential. The majority of us just chose to be burdened down and suppressed.

Still, the power for limitless becoming, exploration, and self-actualization lies within our hearts and minds. We only need to decide to claim this power and see the world as a child once again. The hardware processes are still there. The mechanisms are still there. Nootropics, brain supplements, help unclog some of the physical manifestations of the socialization of our brains. By boosting communication levels between the different nerves and pathways in our brains, nootropics give us a glimpse of the true power our minds possess.

Learning Vegetarian Cooking Methods

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July 31st, 2012 by pompano

Among the many different types of cooking out there which you might consider learning is one up and coming cooking methodology known as vegetarian or vegan cooking. Vegetarian and vegan differ slightly in the foods which may be eaten. In some cases, the vegetarian will eat animal products as well as fish, while vegans do not consume any type of protein meat.

In many cases, this is an ethical choice, while in others it is [...] Continue Reading…

5 Quick and Easy Tips for a Great Breakfast

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July 26th, 2012 by pompano

Even if you are completely busy in the mornings getting your family and yourself ready, there’ll no longer be an excuse for missing breakfast with the following five quick and healthy breakfast tips. They will ensure your family has a nutritious and healthy start to every morning. Skipping breakfast has been proven to have negative effects on the body, such as slowing the metabolism and poor concentration. Following these simple tips will have the [...] Continue Reading…

Five Unique Superfoods that can Help Spice Up Your Diet

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July 15th, 2012 by pompano

When you think of the benefits that superfoods offer, it’s easy to understand why so much study and research has gone into the subject. Unlike prescription drugs that can carry potentially undesirable side effects, superfoods offer a natural alternative without side effects that can help to reduce a person’s risk of heart disease and cancer, lower cholesterol, and strengthen the immune system.

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Could Cranberries be the Healthiest Superfood? More Research Points to Yes

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July 15th, 2012 by pompano

As people continue to search for ways to enjoy better health, it seems that every month a new “superfood” hits the organic food isles and health news cycles due to its natural healing properties. Acai berries, seaweed, and umeboshi puree are among the many eclectic foods that have had their moment in the superfoods spotlight in recent years. And rightfully so, as these foods contain valuable antioxidants and minerals that are key to maintaining [...] Continue Reading…

Coconut Oil Makes the Biggest Bang

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July 11th, 2012 by pompano

Coconut Oil Makes the Biggest Bang

The coconuts have fallen. And, they’ve landed on shelves in a number of forms, including shredded coconut, coconut milk, coconut flour, coconut water and coconut oil. Among this cluster, one coconut creation clearly provides more bang for your buck: coconut oil. Its versatility ranges from an ingredient in cake recipes to leather conditioner (just try cleaning your couch with shredded coconut!), making it the most economical choice of all [...] Continue Reading…

Smart Snacking Before Your Run

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July 5th, 2012 by pompano

One of the important components of running is eating the best foods, especially the snacks before the race. For runners to get the optimal benefits, eating the right snacks is an essential nutritional strategy. With knowledge of the advantages, strategies and suggestions for smart snacks, you may improve your running performance and outcome.

Smart Snacking Benefits before Running
Having a snack before you run is a key tactic whether you are running during the morning, midday [...] Continue Reading…

The Link Between Red Meat and Hypertension

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February 21st, 2010 by pompano

If you have been keeping up with health reports or the diet of your health buff friends, you may notice that those who are concerned with their health try to reduce the amount of red meat they ingest. There is a leaning towards the healthier white meat, such as chicken. This is because studies have found a link between red meat and hypertension. Hypertension, in turn, has been the cause of many health-related deaths. [...] Continue Reading…

Fruitarianism as a Cure Against Cancer

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February 21st, 2010 by pompano

With all sorts of cancer sprouting up, there is a reason to be concerned. Is there something in today’s diet that is triggering what should be slumbering or even previously non-existent cancer cells? Or, is the diet today completely changed from what is ideal? Of course, there are other factors that should be considered when looking at the causes of cancer. Some of these factors are heredity and stress. Still, studies seem to zero [...] Continue Reading…

Fruitarianism as an Alternative to a Seafood Diet

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February 21st, 2010 by pompano

Some people turn towards a seafood diet when they have enough of the meat, whether of red or white, variety. However, even seafoods have both benefits and risks attached to them. The benefits are well known. You would hear about them in food ads, naturally. However, your nutritionists will also back up the information from those ads. Fish, for example, offer smaller amounts of fat especially when compared to red meat and other cholesterol-laden [...] Continue Reading…