WARNING: The Vitamin B supplement Healthy Life Chemistry By Purity First B-50 contains illegal & harmful substances

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers that they should not use or purchase Healthy Life Chemistry By Purity First B-50, marketed as a vitamin B dietary supplement. A preliminary FDA laboratory analysis indicated that the product contains two potentially harmful anabolic steroidsmethasterone, a controlled substance, and dimethazine. These ingredients are not listed in the label and should not be in a dietary supplement.

“Products marketed as a vitamin but which contain undisclosed steroids pose a real danger to consumers and are illegal,” said Howard Sklamberg, director of the Office of Compliance in the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. “The FDA is committed to ensuring that products marketed as vitamins and dietary supplements do not pose harm to consumers.”

The FDA has received reports of 29 adverse incidents associated with the use of Healthy Life Chemistry By Purity First B-50.  These reports include fatigue, muscle cramping, and myalgia (muscle pain), as well as abnormal laboratory findings for liver and thyroid function, and cholesterol levels.

READ MORE HERE: http://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/ucm362799.htm

http://www.scienceworldreport.com/articles/8461/20130729/fda-steroids-healthy-life-chemistry-purity-first-b-50-contains.htm

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-204_162-57595919/fda-anabolic-steroids-found-in-vitamin-b-supplement/

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Kelly Clarkson on a health kick & drinking kombucha?

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A fail post…don’t ever, ever, ever mix these things together…

99% of the time, I can toss a smoothie together and it tastes great. Once in awhile I make something gross and this is one of those times! This thing tastes like sour grass! This is what I used: bok choy, baby kale, pineapple, a tomato, and a squeeze of real lemon. Greens + citrus (in this case) did not = delicious. It looks like something from a horror movie:

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On a side note, try cooking bok choy or kale (they taste similar) with mushrooms + meat (chicken, beef, etc). <<< tastes great!

If you make a smoothie with citrus fruit or berries, it’s always a good idea to use a banana to neutralize the strong flavors.

How to make ice cream in a coffee can

No ice cream maker? No problem! You can make ice cream in a tin can, a jar, or even a ziploc baggie.

PALEO ICE CREAM RECIPES

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Coffee Can Ice Cream How To:

http://theysayitsmylife.blogspot.com/2012/09/tin-can-ice-cream.html (step by step pix)

http://meinmykitchen.blogspot.com/2011/07/tin-can-ice-cream.html

http://recipes.slides.kaboose.com/303-easy-fun-homemade-ice-cream/4

http://chewnews.com/originals/how-to-make-ziploc-bag-or-coffee-can-ice-cream/

Jar Ice Cream How To:

http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-save-your-sanity-with-single-serving-coffee/?ALLSTEPS (lots of pix)

Ziploc Bag Ice Cream How To:

http://debbidoesdinnerhealthy.blogspot.com/2010/08/ice-cream-in-baggie-kids-project.html

 

DIY Homemade Swimming Pool Gallery

Looking for an interesting, creative, or economical way to make your own swimming pool? Here are some ideas:

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livestock water trough:

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4×4 lumber pool:

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trash dumpster:

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sea containers (things 18 wheelers and trains haul):

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Wood pallets + IBC liquid container = pretty nice little hot tub:

Wood pallets + large sheet of (painter’s?) plastic = nice big pool:

cardboard pool: 

plywood & 4×4 lumber + tarp pool: 

Bill Murray swimming in a dumpster pool: 

Whatever object you use, you may want to coat it a time or two with a water-proof epoxy, and/or put a tarp in it:

Heavy Duty tarp (better at holding water than cheap blue tarps)

Paint & seal almost anything & turn it into a pool with this:

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You may also want to buy a pump/filter from Walmart, Academy Sports, etc.

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These options may not be more practical or less expensive than traditional pools from the store…but if you or someone you know already has one of these items and some free time on your hands, you could be swimming in no time! 🙂

Best sources of calcium

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Vegetables

Bok choy (cooked) – 330 mg

Kale – 180mg

Spinach (cooked) – 250 mg

Collard greens (cooked) – 260 mg

Mustard greens (cooked) – 100 mg

Turnip greens (cooked) – 200 mg

Swiss chard (cooked) – 100 mg

Seaweed (Wakame) – 120mg

Okra – 130 mg

Broccoli – 45 mg

Artichoke – 55 mg

Celery – 40 mg

Leeks – 55 mg

Nuts

Almonds (1/4 cup) – 95 mg

Brazil nuts (1/4 cup) – 55 mg

Hazelnuts (1/4 cup) – 55 mg

Fruit (per cup)

Figs (dried) – 300 mg

Apricots (dried) – 75mg

Kiwi – 60mg

Rhubarb (cooked) – 350 mg

Orange – 70 mg

Prunes – 75 mg

Blackberries – 40 mg

dairyfWhy isn’t milk on this list? Because humans shouldn’t drink it beyond infancy. It has been linked to breast cancer, colon cancer, diabetes, heartburn, hormone problems, it pulls calcium(ironic, right?) and water from your body,  etc. Most humans stop producing lactase (needed to digest milk) by the age of 12-24 months, the rest stop producing lactase by the age of 5 or so. If someone beyond this age is still producing lactase and consuming milk with no issues, it’s highly likely that they have a specific European gene mutation. Cow’s milk is full of pus, antibiotics, hormones, etc…

http://www.healthyalterego.com/index.php/2009/09/is-milk-good-for-kids-or-anyone-else/

http://www.ejnet.org/bgh/nogood.html

http://www.healthyalterego.com/index.php/2011/06/why-it-is-weird-for-adults-to-drink-milk/

http://www.merckmanuals.com/vet/reproductive_system/mastitis_in_large_animals/mastitis_in_cattle.html?qt=Mastitis%20in%20Cattle&alt=sh

http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/dangers-of-cows-milk/

http://www.stevecarper.com/li/ten_top_questions.htm

Michelob ULTRA Light Cider Beer – Gluten Free

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One of my favorite beverages is Smirnoff No. 21 with some citrus such as oranges or limes. I’ve kept my eye out for a lighter alternative. I recently discovered Michelob Cider. I’m not a huge beer fan, but this stuff is light and delicious. It’s 4% and tastes even better than a cold corona or bud light lime. I’ve been seeing it in more & more gas stations, Brookshires, HEBs….. If you want to indulge a little, but not go crazy, you should try a 6pk. Enjoy! 🙂

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