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Apple Cider Vinegar

apple-cider-vinegar-600x391Went to a restaurant last night to celebrate my granddaughter’s graduation from Grade 1. I ate vegetables and noodles, soup and salad. A pretty safe meal. However, when I went to walk out my left big toe was acting up making it hard to walk. I can only assume that there was MSG in the food causing arthritic pain.

This morning I woke up with the same pain. So I juiced 4 apples and added 2 tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar. Now it was a bit tart but boy did it turn on the energy. I then did a full 45 minute workout with no pain! The magic of Apple Cider Vinegar.

Paul Turnbull, Purpose Consultant

 

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GENIUS – IT COULD BE YOU!

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Every now and then we hear about someone in school who is considered a genius. Exactly what is a genius, and what does it take to be one? The word “genius” is used to describe someone who possesses extraordinary intelligence. The way the world can recognize a genius is by knowing what he has accomplished. There may be geniuses who have never accomplished anything extraordinary and who never became famous, but their I.Q’s are, nevertheless, on par with those who have.

Genius is not the same as talent. To have talent, a person has to be able to do some special type of work especially well. It means he is able to acquire a certain skill very quickly and easily.

For instance, a person may have a talent for playing the piano, or ice-skating, or painting.

But genius is more than talent. A genius usually contributes something to the world which we would not have without them.

Now, it’s true that men and women of genius have usually specialized in some field such as chemistry, literature, music or art. But unless the general intelligence of such a person is exceptional, too, he would merely have talent.

Training, practice and dedication bring out genius, but true geniuses usually has tremendous drive which enables them to work hard and long and to overcome obstacles that would stop ordinary people.

In order to discover a genius or a potential genius in prospective employees,  you should have them do a Personnel Potential Analysis, IQ and Aptitude tests before you hire them.

If you are an employer you can do a free on-line Personnel Potential Analysis and evaluation by clicking on this link:http://measurablesolutions.com/personnelpotentialanalysis/

Yours in discovery,

Paul Turnbull

Executive

Measurable Solutions, Inc

 
 

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Plant Protein – What is it?

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Why don’t we bypass animal protein and simply eat amino acids?

If you want to be horrified, search the internet to see what animals like cows, pigs, chickens and even fish are forced fed on farms to fatten them up for market. Too scary to print here but I think you already know.

All we are trying to do when we eat meat, poultry and fish is get protein.

Q. What is protein?

A. “Protein is found in both animals and plants. The basic building blocks of life, amino acids, come from protein.” Mark Hyman, M.D. author of the New York Times best selling book “Ultra Metabolism.”

Q. What are Phytonutrients?

A. “Phytonutrients are healing plant chemicals, and they can be found only in certain types of carbohydrates. The prefix phyto simply means ‘plant,’ so Phytonutrients are nutrients that are found specifically in plant food. The only way you can acquire these important substances is to eat real, whole, unprocessed plant food.”

“Phytonutrients are essential to optimal health. They help to turn on genes that make you burn fat and age less quickly.” Mark Hyman, M.D.

Q. Are there amino acids in plant food?

A. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. The body has twenty different amino acids that act as these building blocks. Nonessential amino acids are those that the body can synthesize for itself, provided there is enough nitrogen, carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen available. Essential amino acids are those supplied by the diet, since the human body either cannot make them at all or cannot make them in sufficient quantity to meet its needs. Under normal conditions, eleven of the amino acids are nonessential and nine are essential.

Humans consume many foods that contain proteins or amino acids. With the increasing emphasis on vegetarian diets, plant sources of protein are gaining in popularity. Such sources include dried beans (black, kidney, northern, red, and white beans), peas, nuts, and seeds. Although plant sources generally lack one or more of the essential amino acids, when combined with whole grains, or by eating nuts or seeds with legumes, all the amino acids can be obtained.

Conclusion: Eating plant food can give you all your essential amino acids and much, much more. Let’s leave the animals alone and eat live nutritious whole raw foods, lose weight and be healthy.

Paul Turnbull,

Purpose Consultant

 
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Posted by on May 9, 2015 in Nutrition

 

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Tesla Motors – Analysis of Success

Analysis of Tesla Motors – Elon Musk

purpose-actionA recent article was published stating that Tesla Motors was bound to fail like all the other electric car companies of the past. I stopped reading the article part way through because it is not what is really happening. Those car startup companies that failed couldn’t mass produce enough cars fast enough. Elon has done this practically overnight in car years. Plus he is moving into the battery business which is going to take off like his rocket business because now people are willing to trust all things electric. The stranglehold from the auto industry has been broken and electric is being adopted by Mercedes, BMW, Lexus, Audi, etc. All thanks to Tesla. GM is doing a great job of playing catchup and might just prove to be competitive which is what Elon wants. That’s why he made all his patents public. He’s now done the same with his home and industrial battery pack.

Elon is such a genius, the average man thinks he’s being fooled. And if the investors abandon Tesla it’s only because they think they can make money elsewhere. But Tesla now has the ability to finance itself as evidenced by the gov’t debt load of 450 million that was paid off two years ago. 

To say that Tesla hasn’t turned a profit is totally false. Elon did the right thing by paying off his debts when he had an abundance of cash coming in and that cash was actually profit, meaning he was producing electric cars for more than the cost of making one.

Now I want Elon to get into natural construction materials made out of plant fiber like hempcrete so that the homes and industries are more efficient and let the power companies fall by the wayside.

Paul Turnbull

 
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Posted by on May 4, 2015 in Electric Car Companies

 

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