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On a conference,I told my buddy jay all the legal things I had snorted,just to make people laugh,He like to make people happy too,So for your enjoyment,He Did a line of sweet and low! Mmmmmmmmm sweet nasal drip! yummy! just for the record,avoid dried chilli peppers!No really,Just dont.
17 Jun 2009
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same video maybe different angle is it same Ill delete it
17 Jun 2009
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This week on "Tea Tips", Dr. Tea explains the various additives we used in our teas: Milk, Lemon, Sugar, Sweetners and Agave. Learn why adding dairy milk to tea is a big NO NO.
15 Apr 2008
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My tutorial on How to make your own cup of tea!
31 Oct 2007
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2 Mar 2008
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*******www.therenegadehealthshow**** - I'm kind of done with the agave nectar saga... I think outside of the back and forth there's a message about sugars and sweeteners that we need to know. I talk about it in today's show. I also explain how your knees work and how you can help get them "creak" free. Take a look...
12 Dec 2008
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The government helped make corn syrup a big hit with manufacturers and consumers. But should moms buy a product laden with it?
4 Feb 2009
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The government helped make corn syrup a big hit with manufacturers and consumers. But should moms buy a product laden with it?
5 Feb 2009
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Amputations are funny Distributed by Tubemogul.
12 Feb 2009
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*******www.swansonvitamins**** Stevia is a healthy herb for those looking to add some sweetness into their life. Stevia is all-natural and contains zero calories. A great addition to coffee or tea!
26 Aug 2009
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An easy non-clinical way to learn about diabetes thediabetesforum****
16 Mar 2012
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Discussion with Steven Sussman, Ph.D - Child & Adolescent Psychologist Co-Founder of the Child & Teen Success Centers in NY & NJ
16 Nov 2013
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In the national headlines: Which team DIDNT win the Super Bowl, plus the latest ammenity airlines are going to make you pay for, and the cancer risks that aren't as deadly as you think. Hi everyone and welcome to get the daily****. I'm Andrea Rene with a look at some top stories in the U.S. It was a sad day for New England Patriot's fans after an upset victory by the New York Giants in Super Bowl 42. Before the game, many people thought the outcome would be a predictable one, you've got the Patriots, led by quarter back Tom Brady, going into the big game with a perfect 18-0 record. They had already beaten the Giants in regular season play, but New York quarterback Eli Manning made one of the most memorable plays in recent history by throwing a touchdown pass with 35 seconds left to go when New England fans had assumed the game was over, for a finally score of 17-14. Eli's big brother Peyton, who was named Super Bowl MVP just the year before and told him he thought it would go down as one of the greatest plays in Super Bowl history. Now the Manning brothers have back to back MVP titles and the 1972 Miami Dolphins remain the only team to have a perfect season. Rising fuel prices have affected many parts of the economy, especially air travel. Major airliner United Airlines announced today that they will begin charging some passengers to check more than one bag on most flights. As if paying for those overpriced snack boxes weren't enough, now ticket holders will have to pay $25 dollars to check a second bag, and prices for additional bags soared to $100 as well. Many of the major airlines in the U.S. have been getting creative with ways to boost profits during slumping sales. They are also trying to figure out ways to compete with discount carriers and the ever soaring costs of jet fuel. And ever worried that your cell phone or caffeine could cause cancer? Well worry no more because an Australian cancer specialitst has took it upon himself to devise a ranking system for cancer risks in an attempt to weed out popular myths about the prevalent disease. The cancer risk assessment confirms that having breast implants and wearing deodorant isn't as dangerous to your health as some organizations would have you believe, but reaffirms that smoking, drinking alcohol, and heavy sunlight exposure do still lead that pack of risk factors for cancer. The systems is based on a five star ranking system and determines which risks are proven and likely to those that are inferred or unknown. Everything from artificial sweetners to drinking water with fluoride is on the list that was published today in the Mutation Research Reviews journal. Want to learn more about the study? Head to the University of South Wales website. You just heard some national headlines from Get the Daily. I'm Andrea Rene and be sure to check back for ongoing coverage at Get the daily****.
6 Feb 2008
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A monstruous, five-meter high, two-ton cake is unveiled in a shopping mall in Mexico City. The good news for dieters is that the cake was made using artificial sweetner.
9 Jul 2008
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Go Green and check out livinggreenchannel**** Hey everyone, I'm Elizabeth Chambers and you're watching LivingGreenChannel.Com, your online Video source for living an eco-friendly lifestyle. For big business, going green has become the trendy and profitable thing to do. On the shelves of any store you can find products that boast green claims such as eco-friendly, energy efficient, Organic, and partially recycled. How many of these claims do you think are untrue or completely false? If you guessed 99.9% are false you would be correct. According to a study from Terrachoice Environmental Marketing out of 1,018 common consumer products reviewed only one product didn’t commit one of the “6 sins of greenwashing.” When looking for an eco product that backs up it’s claims and is good for the environment where can you turn? Unfortunately, as this study proves, these products don’t exist. And here is why. According to Terrachoice’s research over 50% of products tested with eco friendly labels fail to mention the enormous environmental drawbacks such as containing hazardous waste and travel costs. These need to be factored in when considering to buy and eco-friendly product. For example even eco-popular CFL (Compact Flourescent Lightbulbs) contain mercury (meaning they can not be thrown in your trash) and over 90% of them have been manufactured and shipped from China. This is called the “sin of hidden trade-off,” by Terrachoice. Think of it this way, no matter which way you slice it a can of soda will never be good for your health or the environment. Diet Soda has replaced the sugar with an artificial sweetner that has proven to be a slight carcinogen that may or may not cause cancer. In many cases the diet sodas still contain excessive amounts of caffeine, artificial colorings, and flavors, not to mention not nutritional value, which are harmful to your health. When you factor in a manufactured can that needs to be recycled and travel costs what is the health and environmental impact of a single can of soda? The wise and green consumer would stay away from Soda and unhealthy foods altogether. The path to sustainable living is fairly simple: Make a conscious choice to live your life with the least impact on the environment. What does this really mean? It means that when faced with a choice to purchase one product over another instead of choosing the energy efficient product vs. the non energy efficient product you would choose neither product. A real green product label would boast “You could live without this.” And In most cases you could. These products reflect an economy built on mass consumerism and energy waste. We live in an era where it has become far cheaper to throw out our old one and television or computer and buy a new one than to repair it. It’s not just the products that are misleading we are misleading ourselves by buying a product with a green label to make ourselves feel better. Until we are ready to consume less, and choose sustainable living greenwashing will always be a trendy and profitable way to conduct business.
23 Aug 2008
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Those small sugar/sweetner packets are pure poison for us and the environment. Here I talk about taking your own stevia to a restaurant. HealthyChefDude.blogspot**** or on twitter healthychefdude. Distributed by Tubemogul.
27 Feb 2010
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