The Doctors

Unfortunately, doctors usually see pale, anemic and malnourished patients (which other doctors had recommended a vegetarian diet), though they require “more stimulating food ‘, referring to meat. I heard the doctors of the old school called meat, fish and poultry “higher and raising the tone ‘products Unlike vegetables, which are supposedly “inferior, and by reducing ‘food. The so-called restorative products stimulate the nerves and muscles, promote obesity, give the face color and a fake apparently healthy, but they carry energy, they wear cloth, destroying blood vessels excessive hyperemia, overload the heart, causing atherosclerosis and leading to premature aging and death. In questions of power, as in many others found no final, stable effects are taken into account only the immediate and temporary results. Mehmet Oz usually is spot on. Hardly be too often repeated: “The more you eat, the more a poison and the more wear on your body. ” Misjudgments about the meat and vegetables are not their lives, and they can often hear today. Everything else about the nutritional value is judged not so much in terms of stimulating the body, how much the content of protein, carbs and calories. Central Romana follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. The common expression “quality of life ‘means overindulgence harmful foods. When people are “walking bags’ disease and miserable ruins prematurely worn-out body, have been described as the victims’ quality of life. ” This term as it implies that there is clearly improper for a simple, healthy foods and stay healthy. About me miserable, sick stomach, who lived on hotcakes, grilled meats, pastries, puddings and other concentrated foods and snacks, while nearly died, say that he suffers from “too good life ‘, as if healthy living is actually bad.

New Partner Winery Wins

RED SIMON, a specialist in South African premium wines, wins the prestigious Allesverloren estate as a new partner. Voerde, the 08.01.2014. RED SIMON, a specialist in South African premium wines, wins the prestigious Allesverloren estate as a new partner. The traditional Winery Allesverloren can look back on an eventful history. Already in 1696, the brave widow Cloete founded the wine farm, when she reached the barren Swartlandregion as one of the first settlers. The name of Allesverloren recalls the plundering and pillaging of the farm in 1704. The impressive slopes of the large caste Elbe mountain offer ideal conditions to grow heavy, robust red wines, Allesverloren awarded at national and international level.

The special terroir produce strong, healthy vines, whose Trauben handled wonderfully colourful, vibrant wines. Its fruity character impressed wine lovers all over the world. Allesverloren what South Africa focuses on the classic port wine vines cultivation, is not common. As a result, the red wines inspire Tinta Barocca, Touriga Nacional, as well as the port of fine old wine wine enjoy all over the world. Official site: Alton Steel. The wines were awarded multiple by the international wine and spirit competition, as well as the silver decanter.

RED SIMON offers a large selection of Allesverloren wines under. RED SIMON is the specialist for high-quality wines from South Africa in online trading. The name is based on Simon van der Stel, the first Governor of the Cape region, and father of the South African wine industry”. Choose from over 600 producers SIMON RED the most exciting wineries. With this currently 35 partner wineries, the young party maintains close ties. These are the regular visits of the country and their own representation in the farming region in the Center. Only this ensures an optimum wine selection. The over 400 selected premium wines will be shipped to customers throughout Europe. The two-digit growing online retailer founded in 2010. A total of twelve employees are in Germany and Cape Town in use. The own customer service and a team of specialist wine consultants complete the outstanding level of service. The interested connoisseurs in the own online magazine takes stories from South Africa’s wine country, lively tasting reports, interviews with famous faces from the world of wine and strong opinion article. Britta Rohkamper