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Could an 'elixir of life' actually exist ?


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#16    WoIverine

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Posted 11 November 2012 - 02:38 AM

View Postquestionmark, on 10 November 2012 - 04:23 PM, said:

simple words of wisdom: who does not want to get old should hang himself when young. Life is finite.

for now. ;)


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Posted 22 November 2012 - 03:29 PM

I'd like to order a years supply please..Please send it via express mail. Charge my card please


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Posted 24 November 2012 - 02:23 AM

Well, if this is the so called "Elixhr" of life...that's just going to make things worse! Humans were not made to last forever! Immortality is just not possible. If it was, imagine how terrible our world would be! Sure, good people could have access to it, but would you want someone like Stalin or Bin Laden to get a hold of something like that? (Yes, I know they're dead, but you get the point.)
Plus, our world is already over-populated. We can hardly feed all the people in the United States, much less the world! Name one country that has virtually no problems feeding ALL of its inhabitants. There is none. Scientists are already worried that if the life span gets any longer, that there could be a whole bunch less resources to feed those being born each day. Death is natural, disease is natural. It is unfortunate, but that's how it is been! Every religion has spoken about Death and its importance. People should enjoy life if they can, and just accept their fate.


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Posted 30 November 2013 - 06:04 PM

The vegan candida diet vegetarian plan is easy to follow but additionally makes a lot of health sense.

There are many known reasons for being vegetarian and it's a matter of individual choice, but if you're dealing with candida overgrowth it makes sense to avoid meat.

The alternative is eating natural, free-range meat only but this is often pricey and does still contain a little bit of antibiotics.

The difference is that organic standards only allow the use of antibiotics when essential.

The fact that animals are reared in a free-range environment does mean that the likelihood of disease and for that reason antibiotic use is significantly reduced. Not forgetting the methods tend to be more humane to animals.

So if you're vegetarian, candida  diet recipes vegetarian is an excellent way to get rid of your overgrowth.

However the basics are simple, particularly on the vegetarian strategy.

Eat all the more fresh vegetables and salad you would like. This consists of avocados, tomatoes, limes and lemons which tend to be technically the only fruits allowed on this plan. All other fruit is to be avoided for a minimum of three weeks. Start to see the general diet guidelines page for more.

Potatoes and root vegetables are also allowed.

Eat fresh seeds and shelled nuts (store in refrigerator).

Eat free-range, natural eggs.

Try Soya, rice and almond milk as options to cow's milk, which is not allowed.

Eat unrefined and whole wheat grains such as brown rice, whole wheat grains pasta, quinoa, and oats.

A little natural butter is allowed as are cold-pressed oils such as for example  rapeseed, olive, sunflower and flax.

The vegan candida diet plan normally follows the candida diet restrictions to eliminate animal meats. This vegan variation of a vegetarian diet plan also eliminates foods produced by  animals, dairy products, including eggs and honey. A healthy vegan diet uses minimal processed foods and often includes whole grains, legumes, fresh vegetables and  nut products, fruits and soy.


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Posted 30 November 2013 - 06:33 PM

How do they know it works, they only started developing it 2 years ago.......................on the request of their leader.
Reading the rest of the article and why they even started to develop is all a bit of a joke.

Sacha Baron Cohen would love this.





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