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page 29 of 'Whey Of Life Recipe Book' by Alice Bradshaw. Please visit our website for free recipe downloads *******wheyoflife****** Whey Protein is not just for Bodybuilders ! Recipes for all the family featuring Solgar Whey To Go Protein Powder. Video produced by Robert Nichol *******allcast****** Copyright 2010 SOLGAR UK Ltd.
10 Jan 2010
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page 64 from 'Whey Of Life Recipe Book' by Alice Bradshaw Please visit our website for more recipes *******wheyoflife****** Over 35 recipes that include Solgar Whey To Go Protein Powder video produced by Robert Nichol *******allcast****** copyright SOLGAR UK Ltd.
11 Jan 2010
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page 38 from 'Whey Of Life Recipe Book' by Alice Bradshaw. Whey Protein Pancake Recipe - Very Berry Breakfast Pancakes.. More recipes and FREE downloads on our website.. *******wheyoflife****** - Over 35 unique recipes that include Solgar Whey To Go Protein Powder. Simple High Protein recipes for all the family.. Video produced by Robert Nichol *******allcast****** -copyright SOLGAR UK Ltd.2010
17 Jan 2010
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page 65 'The Whey Of Life Recipe Book' by Alice Bradshaw. Visit our website for more recipes and FREE downloads.. *******wheyoflife****** Over 35 unique recipes that feature Solgar Whey To Go Protein Powder. Recipes for all the family. Great tasting high protein snacks.. Video produced by Robert Nichol *******allcast****** copyright SOLGAR UK Ltd. 2010
10 Jan 2010
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Just Folding One Single Protein Molecule, of which your body has countless trillions, would take a few hundred thousand computers weeks to accomplish. - Evolution vs. Functional Proteins - Doug Axe - Video ***********/watch?v=M4FvdOxIDfU In real life, the protein folds into its final shape in a fraction of a second! The Blue Gene computer would have to operate at least 33 million times faster to accomplish what the protein does in a fraction of a second. This is the complexity found for JUST ONE simple protein molecule. Yet, evolution must account for the origination of far, far, more than just one specifically sequenced protein molecule: A New Guide to Exploring the Protein Universe "It is estimated, based on the total number of known life forms on Earth, that there are some 50 billion different types of proteins in existence today, and it is possible that the protein universe could hold many trillions more." Lynn Yarris - 2005 ******* Michael Behe Talks About The Probability of A Single Protein - video ***********/watch?v=WTvbp_oRFwM Origin Of Life? Where Does The Evidence Lead? - video ***********/watch?v=1VM_bYKRRxg What makes matters much worse for the materialist is that he will try to assert proteins of one structure can easily mutate into other proteins, of a completely different structure, by pure chance. Yet once again the empirical evidence we now have brutally betrays the materialist. Individual proteins have been experimentally shown to quickly lose their structural integrity with random point mutations. What are the odds of any "functional protein domain" in a cell mutating into any other functional protein domain, of very questionable value, by pure chance? Estimating the prevalence of protein sequences adopting functional enzyme folds: Doug Axe: Excerpt: Starting with a weakly functional sequence carrying this signature, clusters of ten side-chains within the fold are replaced randomly, within the boundaries of the signature, and tested for function. The prevalence of low-level function in four such experiments indicates that roughly one in 10^64 signature-consistent sequences forms a working domain. Combined with the estimated prevalence of plausible hydropathic patterns (for any fold) and of relevant folds for particular functions, this implies the overall prevalence of sequences performing a specific function by any domain-sized fold may be as low as 1 in 10^77, adding to the body of evidence that functional folds require highly extraordinary sequences. (of note: the universe only has 10^80 sub-atomic particles) ******* Axe Diagram for finding a functional protein domain out of all sequence space: The y-axis can be seen as representing enzyme activity, and the x-axis represents all possible amino acid sequences. Enzymes sit at the peak of their fitness landscapes (Point A). There are extremely high levels of complex and specified information in proteins--informational sequences which point to intelligent design. *******www.evolutionnews****/axediagram.jpg Experimental Support for Regarding Functional Classes of Proteins to be Highly Isolated from Each Other: "From actual experimental results it can easily be calculated that the odds of finding a folded protein (by random point mutations to an existing protein) are about 1 in 10 to the 65 power (Sauer, MIT). To put this fantastic number in perspective imagine that someone hid a grain of sand, marked with a tiny 'X', somewhere in the Sahara Desert. After wandering blindfolded for several years in the desert you reach down, pick up a grain of sand, take off your blindfold, and find it has a tiny 'X'. Suspicious, you give the grain of sand to someone to hide again, again you wander blindfolded into the desert, bend down, and the grain you pick up again has an 'X'. A third time you repeat this action and a third time you find the marked grain. The odds of finding that marked grain of sand in the Sahara Desert three times in a row are about the same as finding one new functional protein structure (from chance transmutation of an existing functional protein structure). Rather than accept the result as a lucky coincidence, most people would be certain that the game had been fixed. Michael J. Behe, The Weekly Standard, June 7, 1999 *******www.arn****/docs/behe/mb_smu1992.htm Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/
6 Apr 2011
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*******www.LeeHayward**** This is one of my favourite high protein low carb muscle building fat loss meals. that tastes delicious. If you want to get a great deal on liquid eggwhites check out: *******www.leehayward****/eggwhites
14 Jan 2010
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SIGNATURE IN THE CELL by Stephen C. Meyer *******www.signatureinthecell****/ Journey Inside The Cell - video ***********/watch?v=1fiJupfbSpg Evolution vs. Functional Proteins - Doug Axe - Video ***********/watch?v=M4FvdOxIDfU Estimating the prevalence of protein sequences adopting functional enzyme folds: Doug Axe: Excerpt: Combined with the estimated prevalence of plausible hydropathic patterns (for any fold) and of relevant folds for particular functions, this implies the overall prevalence of sequences performing a specific function by any domain-sized fold may be as low as 1 in 10^77, adding to the body of evidence that functional folds require highly extraordinary sequences. ******* Refutation of Szostak's 1 in 10^12 functional protein paper: A Man-Made ATP-Binding Protein Evolved Independent of Nature Causes Abnormal Growth in Bacterial Cells Excerpt: "Recent advances in de novo protein evolution have made it possible to create synthetic proteins from unbiased libraries that fold into stable tertiary structures with predefined functions. However, it is not known whether such proteins will be functional when expressed inside living cells or how a host organism would respond to an encounter with a non-biological protein. Here, we examine the physiology and morphology of Escherichia coli cells engineered to express a synthetic ATP-binding protein evolved entirely from non-biological origins. We show that this man-made protein disrupts the normal energetic balance of the cell by altering the levels of intracellular ATP. This disruption cascades into a series of events that ultimately limit reproductive competency by inhibiting cell division." *******www.plosone****/article/info:doi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0007385 Eighty percent of proteins are different between humans and chimpanzees; Gene; Volume 346, 14 February 2005: ******* Yet by the late 1980s it was becoming obvious to most genetic researchers, including myself, since my own main research interest in the 80s and 90s was human genetics, that the heroic effort to find the information specifying lifes order in the genes had failed. There was no longer the slightest justification for believing that there exists anything in the genome remotely resembling a program capable of specifying in detail all the complex order of the phenotype (Body Plan)." Michael John Denton page 172 of Uncommon Dissent Waiting Longer for Two Mutations, Part 5 - Michael Behe Excerpt: the appearance of a particular (beneficial) double mutation in humans would have an expected time of appearance of 216 million years, *******behe.uncommondescent****/2009/03/waiting-longer-for-two-mutations-part-5/ Cortical Inheritance: The Crushing Critique Against Genetic Reductionism - Arthur Jones - video Part 1 ***********/watch?v=5JzQ8ingdNY Part 2 ***********/watch?v=o1bAX93zQ5o Darwin's Theory - Fruit Flies and Morphology - video ***********/watch?v=hZJTIwRY0bs Evolution vs ATP Synthase - Molecular Machine - video ***********/watch?v=qE3QJMI-ljc The Coding Found In DNA Surpasses Mans Ability to Code - Stephen Meyer - video ***********/watch?v=HavmzWVt8IU Mathematically Defining Functional Information In Molecular Biology - Kirk Durston - video ***********/watch?v=vUeCgTN7pOo The malaria parasite, and AIDS virus, due to their comparatively enormous population size, have in 1 year more mutation/duplication/selection events than all mammal lineages have had in the entire +100 million years they have been in the fossil record. What do we see? Michael Behe, The Edge of Evolution, pg. 162 Swine Flu, Viruses, and the Edge of Evolution "Indeed, the work on malaria and AIDS demonstrates that after all possible unintelligent processes in the cell--both ones we've discovered so far and ones we haven't--at best extremely limited benefit, since no such process was able to do much of anything. It's critical to notice that no artificial limitations were placed on the kinds of mutations or processes the microorganisms could undergo in nature. Nothing--neither point mutation, deletion, insertion, gene duplication, transposition, genome duplication, self-organization nor any other process yet undiscovered--was of much use." *******www.evolutionnews****/2009/05/swine_flu_viruses_and_the_edge.html Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis *******lettherebelight-77.blogspot****/
2 Jun 2010
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Why Whey Protein is a Good Start To Your Day FreeWhey Protein recipes can be downloaded here: *******wheyoflife****** This is part of the Solgar 2009 Lecture Tour presented by Solgar Uk's Technical Director Paul Chamberlain. More of this lecture on this site. video produced by *******allcast****** copyright SOLGAR UK Ltd. 2010
24 Jan 2010
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*******www.themusclefactor**** Go to the above website for full program Watch this video to learn how to make a tasty protein smoothie to help build muscle and get ripped.
2 Feb 2010
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*******nitrofatburners****/weight-training/best-protein-supplement/ There are only a few things you should be aware of when it comes to protein and you can find that information on <a href="*******nitrofatburners****/weight-training/best-protein-supplement/">*******nitrofatburners****/weight-training/best-protein-supplement/</a> or click on <a href="*******nitrofatburners****/weight-training/best-protein-supplement/">Best Protein Supplement</a>
27 Feb 2011
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*******www.MadeFitTV**** - In this week's episode of Made Fit TV, show you two new protein shake recipes. Strawberry-Banana Cheesecake & Peanut Butter Mocha! Yumm!
10 Feb 2010
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*******www.AnabolicCooking**** Want a tasty low carb, high protein, fudge bar recipe!? You'll need the following: - 8 scoops chocolate protein powder - 1 cup oatmeal - 1/3 cup natural peanut butter - 3 tbsp honey - 1/2 cup 1% milk - crushed peanuts
19 Mar 2010
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*******hubpages****/t/13a3fa Are you needing an extra boost to get through your busy day? Do you use lots of energy in your job? Are you an active sportsperson? Clif’s Builder’s bars are specially formulated to give you the extra energy you need in any situation. These high protein bars are superior to others because they contain absolutely no trans fats or hydrogenated oils. They contain 20g soy and nut proteins, which are known for their beneficial effects, as well as 23 vitamins and minerals. Clif’s Builder’s bars are the best protein bars on the market. They are completely natural and contain around 35% organic ingredients, so if you are concerned about what you eat, you can relax and enjoy these tasty low carb protein bars. Clif’s Builder’s bars are great to eat after exercise as they aid in recovery and enhance muscle health and strength. For people who love outdoor pursuits such as hiking and long distance cycling, they are a convenient source of on the go, take anywhere, energy. Available in a variety of flavors, the chocolate bar is probably the most popular: not only because of the great taste, but because it contains dairy free semi sweet chocolate made from real cocoa butter. That has to be good for you! The bars are also available in such great flavors as Chocolate Mint, Vanilla Almond and Peanut Butter. Clif’s Builder’s bars are a fantastic, very tasty way to get the extra protein you need in an easy to eat, convenient package.
13 Apr 2010
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******* - In this 7th episode of "Ask Yuri" we discuss one of the commonly asked questions - "how much protein do I need after I exercise?"
17 Apr 2010
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*******angies**** - If you don't eat any meats, how do you get your protein? There are various ways. Hempseed, Ground flaxseed, Quinoa, Lentils and more. Hopefully, this video helps some people moving to a meatless diet. Enjoy!
18 Apr 2010
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With the millions of protein and meal replacement bars on the market, its crowded out there. However, this one really stood out for me.
24 Apr 2010
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