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October 19, 2009

Blood Type Diets

Filed under: blood type,diets,health,medicine,Uncategorized,vegetarian,weight loss — dennisv @ 4:43 pm


Something I read kind of got me a little bit intrigued. Blood type specific diets. I’m not sure if these work, but they sound very interesting. The basis is that depending on what your blood type is you should eat differently.

There is a book written outlining what type of foods to eat for each different blood type. For example one blood type is suggested to eat a strictly vegetarian only diet, while another blood type is asked to eat a lot of proteins. There is also information about what types of exercises are best for people with different blood.

Now, again I’m not positive if any of this works, but I have heard some good things coming from people that have tried the diets. However, there isn’t a lot of medical evidence that really backs any of these claims up. Either way, if you’re the adventurous type our are looking for something new this might be it.

Talk to your doctor first and make sure the diet you’re choosing is healthy. If you get the green light from the doctor and decide to try the diet let me know what the effects are. I’ve heard of many health benefits from those that do follow the diet. Some of these benefits include weight loss and better digestion.

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August 31, 2009

Avoiding Back Pain From The Computer

Computers have made a lot of things in life more accessible to many more people, such as cheaper medicine, online banking, and back problems. Yes, that’s right, sitting at that computer all day does have negative effects. Back problems are one thing that many people don’t think about when talking about computers. Many people often talk about the lack of exercise that is cause by computer use, but a great deal of damage can be done to your spine as well.

When you’re sitting at your desk for a significant period of time you may begin to slouch. This not only creates pressure on your lower back, but your posture begins to suffer and often time you will see a “C” shape form while sitting.

The good news is that there are some things you can do to help you avoid the back pain.

  • take regular breaks,
  • prevent your back and neck from stiffening,
  • sit in a good adjustable chair that provides lumbar support,
  • your feet should be on the floor or a footrest,
  • your desk should be large enough to allow your forearms to rest on it when using the keyboard,
  • be certain that your keyboard and monitor are at a comfortable height

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August 20, 2009

3-Day Walk For Breast Cancer


The 3-Day walk for Breast Cancer that was held in Michigan last weekend raised $4.7 million for cancer research and programs. More than 1,800 people walked around 60 miles to raise money for a very noble cause.

Obviously the effects of the recession were felt. With a struggling auto industry many people have moved out of Michigan leading to less money raised and fewer participants. Last year the 3-Day raised almost double the money at $7.2 million and had almost double the participants at 3,000.

It still goes to show you the power of the human spirit and how determined some people are. It also gives a chance for those to show how caring and generous they are. Even though they did not reach last years total, $4.7 million is a significant amount of money and will surely help in cancer research.

If you’ve ever thought about getting involved then all I have to ask is, “What’s stopping you?” One in eight women is diagnosed with breast cancer, every little bit helps. Sometimes just knowing that there are people out there, trying their hardest to support those with cancer is good enough. So get out there, have some fun, if you raise money good for you, if not it’s alright just show your support.

The next 3-Day will be returning to Michigan in 2010. The walk will be August 13-15. You can register now. www.the3day.org.

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