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Beer and diet don’t mix, do they? But sometimes, you just have to drink an infusion. When the craving hits, make sure you know the healthiest beer to drink on a weight loss program. Whether or not you can drink beer while dieting and still lose weight depends on why you want the beer in the first place. If you drink to get drunk, you are out of luck. Any reasonable diet program severely limits alcohol consumption because alcohol reduces leptin levels. Leptin is the substance in your body that tells your body whether to burn fat...

Craft beer continues to grow as a segment of the total brewing industry. Like wineries, there is a craft brewery in all 50 states. Craft beer making, as a category in the alcoholic beverage industry, has only been around for about four decades; however, there is no specific event to outline an official genesis of the industry. In 1859, the Anchor Brewing Company in San Francisco began its brewing operations. Unfortunately, until 1965 the company had a sordid history of financial failure brewing fine beer. However, it has had a stellar...

There is something sexy about a powerful and responsible woman who knows what she wants and how to get it! To be an intriguing and sexy decisive diva you must develop within yourself the Three E’s for Girl Power: Erotic Power, Economic Power and Emotional Power. Learn to unlock your own inner Diva and date the power to have a great relationship. Erotic power it means that you constantly draw from the limitless reservoir of self-respect, serenity, and sensuality at your core. When you learn this, you have a mysterious and autonomous...

In 1948, the World Health Organization defined good health as; “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or disease.” This definition of health is as true today as it was in 1948. Although the WHO may have changed its definition since then, the state of health for many today is appalling. Diseases such as cancer, diabetes, arthritis and heart disease are increasing rapidly around the world and no one seems to have the slightest idea of ​​how to cure a...

Using movies for language learning Almost everyone loves movies. From action and adventure seekers to comedy or animated movies, romance and westerns, there is a genre for you. You can follow the exploits of Indiana Jones and his search for ancient treasures or a couple of robots that make their way through the galaxy. You can enjoy an emotional love story or split up laughing at a variety of antics from men or animals alike. You can also use movies to help you learn a foreign language. Here are five tips to get started. Tip 1 Try...

So what’s so special about Bakugan? First of all, the spelling is kind of a mystery. Especially when you don’t have it in front of you. How would you spell it? It’s a bit complicated, isn’t it? A bit intriguing. Even I misspell it (backagone, bacagon, etc.). But children know exactly how to spell it. Second, everything is just addictive. The show, those “balls”, the characters. You can’t have just one. They come in many brilliant colors, sizes, and shapes. They open up to different characters...

Understanding the meaning and use of the different parts of speech (nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections) is the main step in learning grammar. It helps in the systematic study of the fundamentals of grammar, which in turn will aid in the coordination of the language skills necessary for particular patterns of expression. Subject and verb coordination is learned to be of utmost importance while constructing a sentence in the writing process or in our conversation. While declarative...

Hadrian’s Rage, by Patricia Marie Budd, is a fascinating upside-down look at a 22nd century country in part of what was Canada. In Hadrian’s country, homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuality is frowned upon and, until recently, illegal. Hadrian got his name from the gay Roman emperor and his goal is population control and environmental restoration. Heterosexuals are blamed both for attacking homosexuals and for the overpopulation of the earth, which is why scientists have genetically altered humans to make them homosexual,...

Valentine’s Day is a day of the year that we make sure to recognize the people we love. There are many different ways to express love. Using the words “I love you” is one way, but the words often have little meaning if our actions are not aligned with our words. You may have heard the words yourself, but the person saying them shows no love in their actions. There are other people who have not heard the words “I love you” nor have people in their lives expressed genuine love for them. They have never...

We are told that the average high school graduate has a vocabulary of 10 to 12 thousand words. I usually tell the high school students I teach that they most likely have a vocabulary of about 8,000 words. That’s probably correct, although we can’t help but wonder what texting is doing to our children’s vocabulary. Research conducted a few years ago indicated that the average phone call used no more than 800 different words. How this research was done, I do not know, but it is an interesting piece of information. College...