4 THINGS YOU PROBABLY NEVER KNEW YOUR MOBILE PHONE COULD DO There are a few things that can be done in times of grave emergencies. Your mobile phone can actually be a life saver or an emergency tool for survival. Check out the things that you can do with it:
The Emergency Number worldwide for Mobile is 112.
If you find yourself out of the coverage area of your mobile; network and there is an emergency, dial 112 and the mobile will search any existing network to establish the emergency number for you, and interestingly this number 112 can be dialled even if the keypad is locked. Try it out...
SECOND: Have you locked your keys in the car?
Does your car have remote keyless entry? This may come in handy someday.
Good reason to own a cell phone: If you lock your keys in the car and the spare keys are at home, call someone at home on their mobile phone from your cell phone.
Hold your cell phone about a foot from your car door and have the person at your home press the unlock button, holding it near the mobile phone on their end. Your car will unlock.
Saves someone from having to drive your keys to you.
Distance is no object. You could be hundreds of miles away, and if you can reach someone who has the other ' remote ' for your car, you can unlock the doors (or the trunk)...
Editor ' s Note: It works fine! We tried it out and it unlocked our car over a mobile phone! '
THIRD: Hidden Battery Power
Imagine your mobile battery is very low. To activate, press the keys *3370#
Your mobile will restart with this reserve and the instrument will show a 50% increase in battery.
This reserve will get charged when you charge your mobile next time.
FOURTH: How to disable a STOLEN mobile phone?
To check your Mobile phone ' s serial number, key in the following digits on your phone: * # 0 6 #
A 15 digit code will appear on the screen. This number is unique to your handset..
Write it down and keep it somewhere safe. When your phone get stolen, you can phone your service provider and give them this code. They will then be able to block your handset so even if the thief changes the SIM card, your phone will be totally useless.
You probably won ' t get your phone back, but at least you know that whoever stole it can ' t use/sell it either. If everybody does this, there would be no point in people stealing mobile phones. Photo Rosette in Rome.
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Nicholas Berggruen is a multi-billionaire preferring to live a simple life devoid of possessions that others who make the same amount of money as him live a lavish life
Berggruen, whose equity firm’s annual revenue is $5 billion, has chosen not to own a home or a car, deciding instead to live from hotel room to hotel room, effectively making him a homeless billionaire.
But don’t think that he lives out on the streets or stays in the local Motel 6, as he travels around the world in a jet. Nicholas only stays at five star hotels. The multi-billionaire sold his two homes, one in downtown New York City and the other on a private island near Miami, along with his only car, 12 years ago.
Now, the only possessions he has are either in storage, while he just carries his iPhone, a carry on with a few pairs of jeans, a nice suit or two, and a few clean shirts. The homeless billionaire makes it clear that he has nothing against those who want to enjoy their wealth by purchasing large homes, cars, and other toys. Despite all of the news about rich people and their possessions, it appears that Berggruen’s perspective is becoming increasingly common among today’s superwealthy, who are searching for more meaning in their lives beyond their possessions.
As for what will happen to the homeless billionaire’s money once he’s gone, Nicolas Berggruen states that he has dedicated money towards helping the financial crises in the UK and in the US and has also donated to numerous charities.
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Pau d’arco is promoted as a cure for dozens of illnesses and medical conditions, including arthritis, ulcers, diabetes, and cancer. Proponents also claim that, when taken internally, pau d’arco relieves infections, reduces inflammation, promotes digestion, strengthens the immune system, flushes toxins from the body, and protects against cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure. Proponents also use it to treat lupus, osteomyelitis, Parkinson’s disease, psoriasis, and to relieve pain. Some use the boiled bark externally as a poultice or use the strained liquid as a wash to treat skin inflammations, fungal infections, hemorrhoids, eczema, and wounds. Tea made from pau d’arco is thought to have been used by the ancient Incas and natives of the South American rain forests, who took it to cure disease and as a tonic to strengthen the body and improve overall health. Caribbean folk healers reportedly use the leaf and the bark to treat backaches, toothaches, and sexually transmitted diseases. The native tribes of Brazil used the tree to make bows for hunting. When the Portuguese colonized Brazil, they named the tree pau d’arco, which means "bow stick." The herb remains a popular Brazilian folk remedy.
New interest in pau d’arco arose in the mid-1960s, when a Brazilian physician claimed that the substance could relieve pain, increase the number of red blood cells, and cure numerous illnesses, including cancer. The NCI sponsored a study of lapachol (an extract of pau d’arco) in humans, but studies stopped when it was understood that the amount required to affect tumors also interfered with blood clotting. The new drug application for lapachol was closed out in 1970. It was no longer pursued as a cancer treatment agent, although a few studies have been done since. Canada banned the substance in 1985.
Since the early 1980s, health food stores in the United States have sold pau d’arco, which is promoted as a treatment for many kinds of medical complaints. As of 2012, Brazil has listed the pau d’arco tree as endangered; which might limit availability of the tree bark.
What is the evidence?
One of the active ingredients in pau d’arco that has been studied is called lapachol. In laboratory animals, lapachol was found to act against malaria and certain kinds of animal tumor cells, such as sarcoma, but it did not have an effect against other kinds of cancer, including leukemia and adenocarcinoma. Some studies in rodents have also shown that higher doses of lapachol can promote cancer metastasis (spread), as well as cause changes in DNA that might promote cancer. Further studies would be required to determine whether these results apply to humans. It has been used to treat HIV/AIDS since 1984, those in the controlled group are healthy and still living at the time of this article. (2014)
There have only been a few studies on lapachol in humans. An uncontrolled study sponsored by the National Cancer Institute in the early 1970s found no toxic effects on liver or kidney tissue. However, lapachol did prevent blood from clotting, and doses thought to be high enough to affect tumors posed a serious risk of bleeding. Clotting function returned to normal after the drug was stopped.
Beta-lapachone is another compound from pau d’arco that is being studied at as a possible cancer treatment. These studies have been done in the lab, rather than in humans, but so far they show some effect on cancer cells growing in a dish. Studies in humans will be needed to find out if beta-lapachone can actually slow cancer growth.
Unconfirmed tests showed that the tree bark stimulated immune system cells called macrophages into action. The substance also killed lung cancer cells and liver cancer cells grown in test tubes and reduced the rate of lung cancer spread in mice after surgery to remove the cancerous tumor. The bark extract also may kill bacteria or fungi.
Pau d’arco contains at least 20 active compounds, such as naphthaquinones (of which lapachol is one), anthroquinones, quercetin, and other flavonoids with effects that are not fully known. In a 2004 study, 2 compounds made from naphthaquinones showed promise in animal studies for malaria treatment. It is important to note, however, that studies of purified extracted compounds would not be expected to yield the same results as studies of the raw bark, which contains a number of compounds in varying amounts. Caution: Concerns persist that unrelated types of wood bark with similar colors are being substituted, and sold as pau d’arco. It is very difficult to be sure what types of trees are included, since there are other trees from South America that look like pau d’arco but are not chemically similar.
High doses taken internally may cause liver and kidney damage. Pau d’arco should be avoided, especially by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. The potential interactions between pau d'arco and other drugs and herbs should be considered. Some of these combinations may be dangerous. Always tell your doctor and pharmacist about any herbs you are taking.
Relying on this type of treatment alone and avoiding or delaying conventional medical care for cancer may have serious health consequences.
Personalized Nutrition for Life
by Joan Borysenko, Ph.D.
Nutrition for the 21st Century
Joan Borysenko, Ph.D., a Harvard-trained cell biologist, health psychologist, and New York Times best-selling author, believes that when you’ve got the right information, you can make powerful choices to change your life. She cuts through the thicket of confusing—and often downright wrong—advice on nutrition and gives you easy-to-digest, bite-sized servings of real scientific information so you can discover which foods your body needs to heal and thrive.
Since Joan wears two hats as a psychologist and a cell biologist—you can trust her to psych out your inner saboteur, enabling you to make the changes you’ve been dreaming of. And as a busy woman who loves good food, she’ll teach you how to make simple, scrumptious, satisfying meals that you and your family will love whether you’re omnivores, vegans, or vegetarians.
In this groundbreaking book, Joan will help you:
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"One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well".
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Tired, cranky, got headaches, belly aches or belly fat? How about diabetes, high blood pressure, or coronary artery disease? Got an autoimmune condition, an allergy, an immune deficiency, or an inflammatory condition like arthritis? Depressed, anxious, addicted, or having trouble sleeping? Overweight, obese, or just plain bloated? How about dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or cancer? These chronic illnesses and mood disorders, all of which have some association with metabolic problems due to poor diet, are endemic to our society.
It’s estimated that 25-30% of the population is now insulin resistant (prediabetic) because of the carb-rich foods that form the backbone of the Standard American Diet (SAD). Add in the toxins we ingest- a result of pesticides, herbicides,
GMOs, food additives and the consumption of oxidized vegetable oils rich in Omega-6 fatty acids- and you get the perfect storm. When even health conscious folks like my husband Gordon and I fall prey to the epidemic of chronic disease, it’s clear that we need to become better educated as a society before we become extinct.
The Girth of the Nation
Almost 70% of American adults are overweight. It’s no wonder that Europeans are often shocked when they come to the U.S. and see how much fatter we are compared to the citizens of European Union nations, many of which- like Italy and France- are known for their rich, delicious cuisine.Over a third of Americans are now more than just a tad overweight. Forget about losing those stubborn five or ten pounds. How about those 20, 30, 40, 50 or 100 pounds? Think I’m exaggerating? One in 20 American adults is indeed extremely obese- 100 pounds or more over their optimal weight. Our kids aren’t faring much better. A third of them are overweight. Of those, nearly 1 in 5 are officially obese with a BMI (body mass index) of 30 or more. Take a moment to imagine that….
Or perhaps you see the problem up close and personal in your own children, grandchildren, or their classmates. When I went to grade school and high school in the 1950’s and early 1960’s an overweight kid was a rarity. Most everyone was thin. Most of what we ate were whole foods, since the processed food industry was just gearing up for a hostile take over of the American palate and pocketbook.
My mom, who once made everything we ate from scratch, became smitten with Pop Tarts when I was an adolescent. Those processed breakfast pastries were a harbinger of things to come. The unholy alliance between Bad Science that blamed fat for heart disease and Big Food, launched half a century of low fat, high carb cardio-mania that made our country the fattest country in the world until Mexico nosed (or butted) us out of top place in 2013. Fit but still Fat?I used to think that overweight people just ate too much and exercised too little. But that’s not always true. Many overweight or obese people do exercise, and they may also eat what most of us would consider a healthy diet, and not too much of it. So, what gives? Books on diet and nutrition sometimes ponder just this question, citing cases of people who are fit but still fat. The wife of cardiologist William Davis, M.D., author of the bestselling book Wheat Belly, is a triathlete and trainer of triathletes. Dr. Davis observed that about a third of these elite athletes are overweight. While exercise is one of the best things you can do for health and mood overall, the truth is that it has very little to do with weight. C’mon now. Do you really plan on running for half an hour to burn off the calories in a single cookie? Groundbreaking health journalist Gary Taubes, author of Good Calories, Bad Calories, and Why We Get Fat, may have at least part of the answer for how it’s possible to be fit (at least in terms of exercise tolerance) but fat…or simply fat even though you don’t necessarily overeat. On the basis of a meticulous (and once controversial) 5-year project researching and vetting studies on which the high carb, low fat dietary dogma is based, Taubes concluded that obesity is a fat accumulation disorder rather than an eating disorder. That’s a very interesting hypothesis, so let me repeat it. If Taubes is correct- and progressively more scientists and physicians are adopting his point of view- the obesity problem isn’t just about eating too many calories. It’s about the physiological effect of the foods we’ve been encouraged to eat- namely carbs-on our hormones. The hormone insulin in particular. When we eat and blood sugar increases, insulin shuttles glucose out of the bloodstream into cells where it’s either burned for energy or stored as glycogen- a starchy polymer of glucose- or fat. Taubes explains the effects of insulin this way, "First, when insulin levels are elevated, we accumulate fat in our fat tissue; when these levels fall, we liberate fat rom the fat tissue and burn it for fuel. This has been known since the early 1960’s and is not controversial. Second, our insulin levels are effectively determined by the carbohydrates we eat…’Carbohydrate is driving insulin is driving fat,’ is how George Cahill, a former professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, recently described this to me. Eating carbs high in glycemic index (GI) results in the liberation of glucose into the bloodstream. The higher the GI of a food, the faster it’s metabolized into sugar. The more sugar you eat, the more fat you store. That’s why eating low GI carbs helps you stay trim. But sugar aside, there’s another reason why eating too many "crap carbs"- the high GI kind found in processed foods- make us fat. The lack of fiber and nutrients in these foods lays the groundwork for what microbiologists call dysbiosis– a disturbance in the community of our all important gut microbes. Our probiotics- the friendly gut microbes that you’ll learn about in Chapter 14- need to eat prebiotics- fiber-rich whole foods- in order to flourish and fight off bad bacteria, protect our gut lining, synthesize vitamins and neurotransmitters, and help us absorb nutrients from the foods we eat.
Carbs and Diabetes
All the elements that combined to create the perfect storm of chronic disease culminated in a tsunami that pediatric endocrinologist Francine Kaufman, M.D. dubbed diabesity- obesity accompanied by type 2 diabetes. Diabesity has already reached epidemic proportions in both children and adults and continues to increase at an alarming rate.
As of 2012, diabetes was already a $245 billion business, up from $174 billion in 2007. $176 billion went for direct medical costs. Another $69 billion went for indirect costs (disability and work loss). All told, the average medical expenditures for people with diagnosed diabetes (it’s estimated that another 7 million people have undiagnosed diabetes) were 2.3 times higher than for people without the illness. 8.3% of the U.S. population- 25.8 million children and adults- have diabetes. Another 79 million people have prediabetes- the insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome that leads to diabetes. The good news is that metabolic syndrome and prediabetes can often be reversed- and quickly- by a low glycemic, nutritionally personalized PlantPlus diet. And what about the epidemic of Alzheimer’s disease? One in three seniors have evidence of dementia at the time death. Furthermore, the incidence of Alzheimer’s has increased 70% between 2000 and 2010. There’s evidence that nutrition is a powerful risk factor for this dreaded disease. Just as I was putting the finishing touches on the manuscript for this book, Grain Brain by neurologist David Perlmutter, M.D., who kindly wrote the Foreword for this book, hit the bestseller list. We cover much the same scientific database, but if you have a specific interest in neurogenerative diseases and Alzheimer’s, Perlmutter’s book is a bonanza of information. But even if you’re not interested in overt neurological conditions, all of us want to be mentally sharp. We also want to avoid the Scylla and Charybdis of anxiety and depression. The bottom line is that eating a diet high in carbs decreases
BDNF- brain derived neurotrophic factor- a hormone that maintains neurons, encourages their growth, and enables the brain to repair and remodel itself. Website: www.joanborysenko.com