Presented by Daniel Toriola Nutrition is becoming associated with the buzzword "beauty". This is because nutrients help in providing you with a naturally healthy, glowing and a radiant skin and it also provides protection against the dangerous skin cancer. Click here to know more Register Your Domain For $7.99 Only! Further Discounts Available To Resellers. Also available - Linux Hosting, WebSite Builder, Reseller Plans, Private Label Hosting, and more. Click here to know more Mad Cow NOT Bad Cow! By Jan McCracken Mad Cow NOT Bad Cow! by: Jan McCracken I don’t know which of the biggest headlines are being read right now… Mad Cow or New Diets for a New Year (but I have my suspicions!). HOWEVER ~ let’s look a little further at REAL statistics… and do a little “common sense” comparison here… (by the way, common sense seems to have disappeared completely in this great land of ours)! We look at the number of deaths in the all-out Mad Cow “epidemic”, if you will, in Britain… number of deaths connected to it… approximately 130. Shall we just mention here the deaths that we are suffering RIGHT NOW from diabetes and obesity? So… let’s have a little closer look at that big animal in those green fields, contently chewing his cud and rolling those big, brown eyes… Some of you will get to this part of this article and toss it… so have a nice day! Some others of you will be curious and continue to read… How much do you know about our friend “the cow”? I’ll bet not much except that you prefer rib eye steak over NY Strip and that you buy hamburger when it is on sale and, and, and… Do you know the nutritional value that the “cow” brings to us? In addition to proteins, iron, zinc and vitamins B6 and B12, beef contains omega-3 fatty acids that are essential for life and gives us strong protection and immunities from vascular diseases! Our friends, the cows, were designed to eat grasses and grains that were also designed for our diets! HOWEVER ~ our Creator made the COW very special! What do you know about a cow’s stomach? Did you know that a cow’s stomach contains four rumination pouches that secrete many kinds of bacteria in digesting the grasses and grains that a cow eats? Page 1 Presented by Daniel Toriola You say, “who cares”? Well, let me tell you that we should care and why… these bacteria in the digestion process in the cow are competing during the process for nutrients, nutrients, utrients! In this miraculous process harmful bacteria is crowded out… parasites are destroyed… viruses are obliterated… and nasty toxins are literally knocked out BEFORE they reach the very flesh of the COW! The awesome design of the digestive system of the cow brings to us “flesh with purified nutrients”! In turn, our consumption of COWS that have been range-fed, organic and chemical free protect us from harmful effects of triglycerides and cholesterol! Now I am REALLY going to lose some readers… as most of us know, in nutrition, meats are great sources of complete protein. However, because hormones, antibiotics and pesticides enter the picture of raising beef the Great Design of the Creator is altered. This is NOT the way it was meant to be. My message to you: Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water! I found a great quote from What the Bible Says About Healthy Living by Rex Russell, MD, that I would like to share with you: “Maybe it’s time to get off our rump roast and eat more of everything God created for food.” ~ Rex Russell, MD Jan McCracken http://lowcarbcookin.com Author, Low Carb Christmas Cookin’ COMING SOON: Low Carb Everyday Cookin’ firstname.lastname@example.org Jan McCracken is author and self-publisher of 39 gift books and cookbooks. Born in the Midwest and former owner/innkeeper of a country bed and breakfast in Branson, MO, she has been cooking since she was 17 years old (she won’t tell us how many years that is)! Jan has been living the low carb lifestyle for 8 years. Her long-term goal is helping people understand that food is truly the great medicine, prevention and healer of disease. email@example.com Page 2 Presented by Daniel Toriola Cleaning Your Cow Skin Rug After the Holidays By Colin Chadwick Holidays, any holidays or special events, are great fun. However, they can be tempered with the large amount of work that has to be done to get ready for them. And, what’s more, you have to be concerned that your house is cleaned and in the best shape possible. You want everything to be just right for your special guests and/or special occasion. What about after your guests leave? What about all the dishes and other messes that can be left behind as well? 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Before your event, it might be a good idea to spray your cow skin rug with a special protective spray that light coats the rug. This preventive measure will also help ensure that any spills or stains that might come along won’t easily attach to the rug. If you are nervous at all about cleaning your cow skin rug, professional carpet cleaners are available to provide the service, or possibly even offer you helpful hints. If you make sure when you purchase your cow skin rug to research what type of tanning method was used to create your rug, it will be almost indestructible. They are designed to be sturdy and to hold up for a lifetime of wear and enjoyment. If your cow skin rug has been professionally tanned and cared for, it should be no problem for you to maintain it in a fashion that will ensure it lasts and keeps looking great for a very long time. The most important thing to remember is that you can relax and enjoy your event with respect to your cow skin rug because it is going to be pretty durable. A cow skin rug can withstand quite a bit of rugged use, if it has to. Decorating with a cow skin rug should help put your mind at ease when it comes to having large gatherings over for an event. Colin Chadwick is the marketing manager of Rug House a leading supplier of http://www.rughouse.co.uk/wool-rugs-c1/ Modern Wool Rugs. Rug House have a wonderful selection of superior quality http://www.rughouse.co.uk/cowhide-rugs-c65/ Cow Skin Rugs all delivered free. Page 3 Presented by Daniel Toriola Related eBooks: Cleaning Your Cow Skin Rug After the Holidays Cleaning Tips For Cow Hide Rugs Mad Cow Disease Revisited Money Stinks! - Can You Smell Your Cash Cow? Eating Low Carb? 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