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The Electrocardiogram

Posted on December 23, 2010 in Uncategorized

Another tip-if you plan to have your discussion with the nurse first thing in the morning, get up and go to the bathroom, then take his glass water. During the night, our bodies release toxins and pollutants; you do not want this shows is that the nurse carries the insurance company. Remove Blood-Draw blood is becoming more and more common. Some companies may require you to fast, so schedule your appointment for first thing in the morning if that is your requirement. If you need to eat something, eat something light such as strawberries, a glass of milk or orange juice, an egg or something. Try to avoid pancakes for breakfast with 8 slices of bacon. The blood draws are done to check for cholesterol levels, enzymes liver count abnormal blood cells and some other normal body functions and infections. Most nurses will require two tubes, be patient.

They perform blood draws throughout the day and typically are quick and painless. Another tip, it is common that people are in various diets, especially at the beginning of the year and around the summer, which is also when many people decide to apply for insurance. Some diets can affect your cholesterol or blood sugar levels. As an example, if you are in a low-carb diet, you can eat any meat with fat you want, try to avoid meats with high fat at least 24 hours before the test. Choose fat-free chicken or fish you should not have excessive fat floating around in your blood, which distorts the results. Also tell your nurse if you are in one of these diets, because if your cholesterol is a little high they will have an explanation. Electrocardiogram – This is part of a test that is only done if you are applying for a high amount of insurance or if you are over a certain age.

It’s not painful I assure you. Some nurses will ask you to lie on the ground or lie on a couch. Keep in mind when making your appointment for the test that you probably would not like to lie on the floor with his shirt open at work. The nurse is going to put a series of sticky pads with wires attached to various places on his chest. Man, if you have long hair on your chest, she may have to shave a little. The most that he is going to cause discomfort when a little is going to start growing itch. This test is performed to listen to the rhythm of the heart and verify any murmur and whether the heart functions normally or suffering from abnormalities. The only advice I can offer is to remain calm. Try to take deep breaths and relaxing. When we are excited, our heart palpitations can be a little sporadic. Try not to panic, the review is going to end up in a moment. For many, the process assessment of risks can be confusing and intimidating. The intention of this paper is to give some advice to calm nerves and help you understand the process. It is not to pass or fail grade. It is simply a snapshot of your current health to help the insurance company determine the amount of insurance you finally going to qualify.

Facing Tough Choices

Posted on December 17, 2010 in Uncategorized

In his book “Facing Tough Choices – the Challenge of Food Scarcity” WW Norton, 1996 (Tough choices, facing the challenge of food shortages), Lester Brown, Director of the Worldwatch Institute says that we are moving from a period of abundant to one of food scarcity due to the large increase population, wealth and environmental threats such as erosion and soil depletion, global warming, and scarcity of drinking water. l states that the increase in food shortages in many countries may lead to political instability, social disintegration, and the exacerbation of ethnic conflicts. Both food shortages can lead to wars, as well as the shortage of energy sources. Dependence on oil producing countries in the Middle East is an important factor behind the recent conflict in the Persian Gulf. Carnivorous diets contribute to energy shortages, a major factor in the possibility of war in our time. In the United States, an average of 10 calories of fuel energy are required for each calorie of food energy obtained (the main contributors to this phenomenon are livestock and fishing on the high seas). Produce a pound of meat (500 calories) requires 20 000 calories of fossil fuels, most of it used to produce feed-crops. It takes 78 calories of fossil fuel for every calorie of protein obtained from beef.

Grains and beans require only two to five percent of fossil fuel. Feed people rather than animals, requires much less irrigation, fertilizers, pesticides, mechanization, refrigeration, and processing therefore consume much less energy is generating less pollution. Another factor that may lead to violence or war, is the increasing scarcity of water in many areas of the world. One of the areas of the world most likely to conflict, the Middle East, has suffered from severe water shortages recently, and with the growing population and wealth in the area, the situation threatens to become even more critical. The standard diet of a person in the United States requires more than 16,000 liters of water per day (drinking water for livestock, irrigation of crops, processing, washing, cooking, etc.).

A pure vegetarian diet requires so just like 1200 liters / day. The production of one kilo of meat uses an average of 20,000 liters of water, while only 200 liters are required to produce one kilo of potatoes. Livestock production consumes more than half the water used in the U.S., and this water is becoming increasingly scarce. In short, adopting a more sensible diet to hungry people in the world, eating in a way that contributes to more equitably share the food, energy, water and other resources, Jews and Gentiles can play a significant role in the evolution of world until the day when “nations transform their swords into plowshares. and not learn war anymore. “


The Food Of Guinea Pigs

Posted on December 7, 2010 in Uncategorized

Pigs are sea animals with any evidence on nutrition may be the basis of very serious consequences or death. Thus, feeding pig indian should not be based on the test. In this case, with a guinea pig, it is forbidden to try new varieties of food if you’re not particularly sure of their composition and their possible side effects. To feed a guinea pig requires that you familiar foods that are completely theirs. For starters, guinea pigs do not eat flesh of other animals: they are simply and solely herbivorous. But before you get there, keep in mind that guinea pigs are dung. That said, the guinea pigs eat their own feces, but it does not matter which, since they are not normal droppings. These droppings are caecotrophes shaped clusters that are far more clear, soft, moist and contain protein and complex B vitamins However, guinea pigs are selective and are content ceca especially small and humid, which items they will automatically get out of the anus.

If you catch a pig in a sea poses down and patiently hoping to dip their heads, so do not be surprised. The digestion cycle of a pig sea takes place during almost 20 hours and often differs between 8 and 30 hours. However, coprophagy is not included because it would increase the cycle so the food is completely digested what makes almost 66 hours in all. Let us stop for a moment on the different nutritional meals and more: – Fruits and vegetables: they contribute to a seamless and varied diet. They are very important in protein and calcium, and contribute to the water supply. Some of these fruits and vegetables contain a high amount of vitamin C. 20-30 grams of vegetables per day is recommended, but be satisfied with this amount of fear make your pet fat.

As for fruit, do not give them in large quantities and not too regularly. – Plants: Plants for the guinea pigs are mainly present in the gardens. Do not pick up, however, not the roadside or in gardens treated with pesticides or made dirty by the urine of other animals. – Special blends for guinea pigs: these meals are not recommended, because your rodent milk and will only eat only what he loves. These kinds of mixtures causing shortages that will destroy his health. Look to carefully rinse off the food before feeding your pigs and sea when the need arises, ask advice from a veterinarian.