September 28, 2012

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Harzer Cheese Is A Caloric Killer Limburger cheese has a unique composition and that makes him a real calorie killer, now makes nutrition expert Warrane Mnard from the center for nourishing communication and health journalism (CEC) in Cologne clear. The author of the recently published Advisor "The 50 Best Calorie Killer," stresses that Limburger cheese is only 113 calories per 100 grams of cheese calories in general, and provides two thirds less energy than, say, Edam, with some 385 kilocalories per 100 grams of B ( Proposes a) claim. So who avoids every other day instead of other cheeses on the calorie killer Limburger cheese, delicious and easy to save a 25,000 calories a year, and this means a weight loss of nearly four kilograms. But not only the calories poverty, the Limburger cheese with an intense flavor did not lean more than compensate, making the unjustly decried as Stinker sour milk to calorie killer. Limburger cheese is characterized by a high protein content, and confirm recent studiesthat the ideal is saturated. It also contains sour milk, which is also a fat content of 0.5 percent of the cheeses with the lowest fat content, high-quality protein and many essential amino acids. But there is not only a sour milk cheese Limburger cheese, for even Mainz, land of cheese, basket cheese, cheese stick and Olomouc syreky belong in this group. In a low-calorie diet is about absorbing sufficient protein but low in calories in order to reduce fat and prevent the decline of the same muscles. This is achieved Limburger cheese, and thus it bends the dreaded yo-yo effect from optimal. 100 grams of sour milk containing only 113 calories with 27 grams of quality protein. And sour milk has an amazing species diversity: Limburger cheese with and without noble mold, with and without caraway or with and without quark and now it's there, even with fine blue cheese. A particularly strong in taste is Limburger cheese, which is flavored with Rotschmierekulturen. It is far HarzerMore than just a sandwich, Mueller Nothmann makes your mouth water. It is also suitable...
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Living beings as Living beings as Claude Bernard Claude Bernard had made the surprising discovery that the "inert" and "living bodies" are not the same thing. He wrote "The spontaneity is not inert in itself, is not an individual difference, and therefore one can be certain of the results. However, when dealing with a living, individuality brings a disturbing element of complexity beyond the external conditions need to consider intrinsic organic reactions, which give the name of 'inner environment' (milieu int rieur) . Claude Bernard had begun to understand. Their discovery was obviously due to the whole series of failed experiments conducted, having never been able to obtain twice the same result followed in his essays, and this discovery greatly troubled him because he threatened to show the futility of his life as " scientist. "Perhaps the relentless bugs that were constantly emerging of his vivisection had begun to upset their mental state. In any case, damaged his literary vein, clouding their reasoning style and paralyzing her. Introduction Because if clearly expressed ideas whose inaccuracy only with the passage of time would be proven in M decine thinking is cloudy and the author expresses no sense, and end of the following excerpt (page 249): "Have you ever wondered how can one reach valid conclusions when there are substances that are poisonous to some animals but not so for others, and substances that are poisonous to humans but not animals.We have mentioned the porcupine is not poisoned by prussic acid consumption, the goat that eats belladonna without problems, the sheep can eat huge amounts of arsenic without suffering lethal effects, the toads that are not poisoned by their own poison, animals water that are capable of producing electric shocks without suffering the consequences and the marine animals that are not damaged by the influence of salt. Everything you just mentioned is inadequate as an explanation. In fact, if you admit what science would be impossible. " Rereading his conclusion, Claude Bernard had to realize that clarification was needed and added a note become even worse: "You have...