People today have a preconceived notion that snacking is not healthy, but this is not the case. Snacking is a pretty healthy activity only if you choose to do it in moderation and make healthy choices. The funny thing with people is they want to snack as much as they want to lose weight. If you are eating unhealthy snacks, which can be compared to saying you want to enjoy flying on a plane that is not flying or moving for that matter. It doesn’t make any sense at all. It is nice to know that the food you choose to eat today determines your overall health and weight. Choose and choose wisely when it comes to snacking. Here are a few ideas on how to practice healthy snacking:
A hundred times every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life depend on the labors of other men, living and dead, and that I must exert myself in order to give in the same measure as I have received and am still receiving. – Albert Einstein Wishing everybody an amazing Labor Day.
Memorial Day, an American holiday observed on the last Monday of May, honors men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. Many Americans observe Memorial Day by visiting cemeteries or memorials, holding family gatherings and participating in parades. Unofficially, at least, it marks the beginning of summer. This day, we at Golden Valley Natural, wishes everyone a meaningful holiday spet with loved ones. Together, may we remember all those who valiantly fought for our nation’s freedom.
It’s Saint Patrick’s Day! USA TODAY answers 7 questions about the holiday you may have. 1. Who was St. Patrick? St. Patrick was not actually Irish. He was a nobleman born in about 400 A.D. in Britain who was kidnapped by Irish pirates at the age of 16. Patrick was born into a religious family, but was an atheist early in his life. While enslaved in Ireland he discovered his faith and after 17 years as a slave, escaped Ireland and found his way home. He later returned to Ireland as a missionary. It’s unclear if St. Patrick did in fact die in Ireland, but March 17 is widely believed to be the day of his death, according to Freeman, author of a book about his life. 2. Green River in Chicago is a family affair: Another unique tradition that has grown in popularity every year is the annual dyeing of the Chicago River for St. Patrick’s Day. The Butler and Rowan family clans are responsible for turning the murky water bright green, and they’ve done it for more than 50 years. The only way to become part of the six-person boat crew is to be related by blood or marriage to either Mike Butler or […]
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Today is officially the day Marty McFly arrives in our time. We know he will be surprised that it is way different to the 2015 he first visited in Back to the Future 2. Here a few of the things that are different from the 2015 Marty and Doc visited in the movies.
Hoverboards and Flying Cars
These two are, unfortunately, still not available. Flying cars are still only found in fiction and for hoverboards, no real or mainstream versions have ever been released. Though engineers have tried to create hoverboards using magnets, and a secondary magnetic field, none have been able to create a hoverboard that can glide on any surface.
On 2018 a flying car concept called T-FX may go on sale, but it is still very far from the flying cars shown on the movie.