Strenght and Stamina Booster

                 The connection between nutrition and stamina is straightforward: food is fuel. along with oxygen it is our primary source of energy. just as we will become fatigued and perform at a lower level when deprived of enough oxygen our energy will drop off when given inadequate nourishment. that is why in this chapter we are going to focus on how the choices we make regarding what we eat and drink can either support—or undermine—our objectives in key areas of stamina: keeping our energy level high without drop-offs strengthening our immune system and Read more

Food combined

                     Beforehand, there was an old saying, “you are what you eat”. Nowadays, it may sound very cliché but as a matter of fact, food has brought a significant impact for human’s civilization throughout millennia. This significance is proven by the comparison between existence of Homo habilis – Handy Man, the first skilled human 2.3 – 1.4 million years ago and Homo sapiens – us, Modern Human. Throughout these human evolution phases are shown that human’s organs remain the same with the exception on brain’s volume improvement.                    Read more

Food Supplement

                 Still, it’s important not to overplay the benefit that PHS II found for preventing cancer. “The effect in this study is relatively small,” Dr. Kormos says. Rather than relying on supplements, it’s a better to obtain nutrients from food, which contains a variety of healthful ingredients.  Fruits and vegetables contain many biologically active ingredients that may help to prevent cancer in ways that vitamins and minerals alone do not. “A healthy diet still seems superior to taking a multivitamin, and ifyou already eat a healthy diet, there may be less overall benefit from taking the Read more

Achieving your taste goal

                Taste as an aesthetic relationship do you think it is the part of a philosopher to be concerned with such so-called pleasures as those of food and drink —socrates               For me there is no radical distinction between the grand discourse on the task with all its dignity and the reasons for wanting to go out to dinner with someone. They are not homogeneous questions but i would not mark out a true opposition. A taste for the secret the project this essay stems from a Read more


                 What is music its ? what comes out of the speakers when we play a cd on our stereo. Its what we hear on the radio. Music is singers singing and musicians playing. music is a sound that we enjoy hearing. iIs this a proper answer to the question what is music if i asked what is a car you could answer by pointing at a large object moving up the street and saying its one of those. But this may not be a satisfactory answer. A full explanation of what a car is would mention petrol internal combustion engines Read more


          What do we see when we see dance what do we feel when we dance who are we when we are part of an enactment of dance the phenomenon of dance brings to the fore key ideas about the nature of human meaning-making the role of our fundamentally corporeal actions in the world and the foundational aspects of our experiences. Dance i contend holds immense promise as an object for study as well as a subject of study that is a source of insight in itself shedding light on life movement and meaning. In investigating Read more


                The dietary requirement for a micronutrient is defined as an intake level which meets a specified criteria for adequacy, thereby minimizing risk of nutrient deficit or excess. These criteria cover a gradient of biological effects related to a range of nutrient intakes which, at the extremes, include the intake required to prevent death associated with nutrient deficit or excess. However, for nutrients where insufficient data on mortality are available, which is the case for most micronutrients discussed in this report, other biological responses must Be defined. These include clinical disease as determined by Read more

Advance Skill

               Advances in technology and new levels of automation have had many effects in operational settings. There have been positive effects from both an economic and a safety point of view. Unfortunately, operational experience, field research, simulation studies, incidents, and occasionally accidents have shown that newand surprising problems have arisen as well. Breakdowns that involve the interaction of operators and computer-based automated systems are a notable and dreadful path to failure in these complex work environments. Over the years, Human Factors investigators have studied many of the “natural experiments” in human-automation cooperation – observing the consequences in cases where an organization Read more