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Article written by Brian Way, posted
The Sugar Film". Its an Aussie made doco released in 2015.
It will entertain, stun and inform you. Its about the sugar intake of the average Aussie who thinks they are eating healthfully.
Its about how you can avoid an excessive sugar intake. Now wouldn't you like to do that?
(Please note: In several scenes there is limited use of common 'Australian vernacular'.)
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About 83 percent of your blood is water. If that ratio drops just 5 percent, you will no longer be able to see. Another 10 percent and you will be unable to hear. A 12 percent reduction leads to your blood thickening, making it impossible for your heart to pump it, which leads to death. On the other hand. A camel can lose 40 percent of the water content in its blood and do just fine!
Did you know that exercise is good for your ears? One study found that participants in the Alameda County Health Study who exercised regularly had less incidence of hearing loss. The study also found that the overall rate of hearing loss had doubled between 1965 and 1994: even more reason to shout about the benefits of exercise!
Water can help keep your gall bladder clean. In a recent study, researches found that drinking adequate room-temperature water resulted in gallbladder emptying. Furthermore, low daily water intake has been cited as a factor in the formation of gallstones - just one more reason to drink plenty of water.
Born in 1483, Thomas Parr is said to have lived to the incredible age of 152! If true, that means he saw 10 sovereigns on the throne of England, including the entire 50-year reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
In 1635, King Charles I invited Parr to his palace and inquired as to how the old man managed to have such a long life. Parr answered that he had lived a simple life as a farmer eating mostly potatoes, fruit, and oatmeal.
Unfortunately, "Old Parr" was not accustomed to the rich foods served at the palace. That night after dining, he became very ill - and died. King Charles felt so terrible for having killed Britain's oldest citizen with royal delicacies that he commanded Parr be buried in Westminster Abbey, where his grave can still be seen today.
It appears that Parr was living proof of the connections between a stronger life and what you eat.
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