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This amazing multi headed nut wizard machine picks up nuts through medium and light leaves and holds up to 40 lbs of pecans when full.
14 Nov 2017
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Dogs are innocent and hilarious when they are confused. See this dog, for example, it keeps on pressing the buttons of a toy and gets amused by the nut speaker.
4 Dec 2017
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The men will understand the pain shown in this video. Judging the impact and the place of damage, he probably won’t be a father in future.
1 Dec 2017
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Besides regular oatmeal, you can always opt for alternatives such as low GI health bars, muesli bars, granola bars and breakfast cereals or muesli which contains untoasted, natural or raw nuts, seeds and fruits as a healthy alternative to snacking.
26 Nov 2017
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This goat is simply a nut job. I know it’s not like that the things goats do that are sensible, but he is a whacko to a whole other level.
27 Nov 2017
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How to Lower Diastolic causes of high diastolic blood pressure normal systolic Diastolic blood pressure is the amount of pressure in your arteries when your heart rests between beats. A normal, healthy diastolic blood pressure should be between 70 and 80 mmHg, while diastolic blood pressure numbers of 90 and higher can increase your risk for heart attack, stroke, and other health problems. Your diastolic blood pressure can be lowered in the same way your systolic blood pressure is lowered: by practicing a series of healthy diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes, and in some cases, by using medical treatments. 1 Following a Heart-Healthy Diet 1 Eat a diet comprised of healthy whole foods. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, legumes, low-fat dairy products, and foods high in potassium naturally help improve heart health and lower diastolic blood pressure. Start consuming more whole foods, and cut back on foods that are processed and high in sugar and fat. On a daily basis, try to get 6 to 8 servings of whole grains (1 slice of bread is one serving), 4 to 5 servings of vegetables (½ cup cooked veggies is one serving), and 4 to 5 servings of fruits (½ cup fruit juice is one serving).[1] You should also aim for 2 to 3 servings of dairy (1 cup fat-free milk is one serving), 6 servings or fewer of lean meat/poultry/fish (3 oz. of cooked meat is one serving), and 4 to 5 servings of nuts/seeds/legumes per day (2 tbsp peanut butter is one serving) per day.[2] Limit your consumption of sweets to 5 servings or fewer per week.[3] Foods rich in potassium can help balance out the effect of sodium, so consider eating more potassium-rich fruits and vegetables in particular, including oranges, avocados, beans, greens, potatoes, and tomatoes
24 Nov 2017
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I was out for a walk at Puerto 39 in San Francisco on Thanksgiving day 2017 when a random guy, who seemed out of it, stripped down naked and jumped in with the seals and sea lions. While naked he jumps from floating dock to floating dock, then slips and crushes his nuts in front of a giant crowd of people.
6 Dec 2017
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A squirrel gets a little pissed off when a deer touches his nuts.
29 Mar 2006
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Throwing a lemon on each others nuts...
14 Aug 2006
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This kid not only gets nailed in the nuts with a soccer ball, he also gets hit in the face.
25 Nov 2006
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watch this annoying kid get hit in the nuts with a ball
5 Dec 2006
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This is a video of my wife making Date Nut Balls. These are everyones favorites at Christmas time when I give them out. They taste deilicious. The recipe is at the end. Try them yourself you will love them.
23 Dec 2006
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