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The Chia ‘Cheat Sheet’ And Ten Raw Chia Recipes

Posted by keelynet on January 12, 2008

One of my biggest New Years’ Resolutions was to lose weight, to get back to a 38 or ideally a 36. So I chose a high protein meat diet as reported on here at; Source.

My friend Paul in Dallas sent me a fascinating report about the uses of CHIA seeds which include dieting. The owner of a produce store in the local mercado has ordered me a kilo of this to try out. She said it will be here this next week so I’ve been documenting what I eat since the 1st of January and will post anything unusual. It’s hard to not drink at least a few beers a week but I’m trying.

chia.jpg“Chia seed is an ancient superfood that is currently experiencing a glorious renaissance. It is a member of the sage family (Salvia Hispanica). The little black and white seeds were once a staple of the Incan, Mayan and Aztec cultures, along with the Native Americans of the southwest.

“Chia” is actually the Mayan word for strength. The seeds were used by these ancient cultures as mega-energy food, especially for their running messengers, who would carry a small pouch of it with them. Chia has been called ‘Indian Running Food’ and gives an incredibly ‘sustaining’ surge of energy… In Mexico they say that one tablespoon of chia seeds can sustain a person for 24 hours. Chia also happens to taste great, looks cute (like tiny dinosaur eggs) and is ready to eat really quickly, besides which it has an off-the-scale nutritional profile.

Why would you want to eat Chia?

Chia seeds are said to have:

*2 times the protein of any other seed or grain,

*5 times the calcium of milk, plus boron which is a trace mineral that helps transfer calcium into your bones,

*2 times the amount of potassium as bananas,

*3 times the reported antioxidant strength of blueberries

*3 times more iron than spinach

*copious amounts of omega-3 and omega-6, which are essential fatty acids

They are a complete source of protein, providing all the essential amino acids in an easily digestible form. They are also a fabulous source of soluble fibre. Like flax, chia is highly hydrophilic: the seeds absorb water and create a mucilaginous gel. They can hold 9-12 times their weight in water and they absorb it very rapidly – in under 10 minutes.

One advantage of chia is that because it has such a high antioxidant content, the seeds stay stable for much longer, whereas flax, for example, may turn rancid. Chia seeds can easily be stored dry for 4-5 years without deterioration in flavour, odour or nutritional value. You can substitute chia in any recipe that calls for flax.

The taste of chia is very mild and pleasant. That means you can easily combine it with other foods without changing the taste dramatically. People add chia to their sauces, bread batters, puddings, smoothies and more. The flavour is retained, plus a lot more nutrition is added.

The “Dieter’s Dream Food”

Chia has been called a dieter’s dream food because when added to foods, it bulks them up, displacing calories and fat without diluting the flavour. Thus, someone can eat a typical serving, yet only consume about half the calories they might have eaten, because the food has been bulked up with chia. PLUS, the eater gets a bellyful of nutrient-rich superfood goodness, which hydrates and sustains them – it’s magic.

What are some other benefits of eating Chia?

* Provides energy

* Boosts strength

* Bolsters endurance

* Levels blood sugar

* Induces weight loss

* Aids intestinal regularity

Chia slows the impact of sugars on the system, if eaten together. Chia gel creates a physical barrier between carbohydrates and the digestive enzymes that break them down, which slows the conversion of carbs into sugar. That means the energy from the food is released steadily, resulting in more endurance. This is clearly of great benefit to diabetics in particular. It also means that I can combine chia with super-sweet tastes like apple juice and not get super-spiked.

Due to the exceptional water-absorption quality of chia, it can help you prolong hydration and retain electrolytes, especially during exertion.

Whole, water-soaked chia seeds are easily digested and absorbed. Their tiny dinosaur-egg-like shells break down quickly. They feel light in the body, yet energising. Their nutrients can be quickly assimilated into the body.

Chia seeds bulk up, then work like an incredible digestive broom, sweeping through your intestinal tract, helping to dislodge and eliminate old accumulated waste in the intestines. Many people find their stools also become more regular once they eat chia.” – Source

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Mexico odds and ends

Posted by keelynet on January 12, 2008

thief.jpgItem #1 – Thievery – This past week my house was robbed as reported earlier. The local police were useless so I contacted a cholo friend who owes me a favor. He said he would ask around. So he comes to my house the next day and says he knows the local ‘King of Thieves.’ This guy can break into anything and has a big warehouse full of stolen merchandise. He kind of oversees the local thief community and acts as a fence to buy and sell stolen merchandise.

My cholo friend called him and asked the guy if they had ‘received’ a digital camera with case and cables. The ‘king’ asked if this camera was in a special felt bag which I had custom made to protect the screen, yes, that was it and yes ‘they’ had it.

This ‘king’ asked how much I’d pay to get it back. I told my friend to tell the ‘king’ that I wouldn’t pay a damn thing, but I would contact my seriously badass cholo friends in Guadalajara and ask them to come out here and do some ass kicking, how’s that for a finders fee. My friend told this to the ‘king’ and asked him to return the camera as a personal favor. The king agreed…that was 3 days ago now and the guy has promised to bring it by but so far, nothing.

Item #2 – Assassins – While buying burritas at a local cafe, Estelle the owner told me about a year ago a Senor Vargas who lived about 5 houses from the plaza where the police station is, was found dead in his house, his stomach cut open, intestines pulled out and his eyes ripped out and not found in the house. The police never caught the guy. / When I first came here, I was told the cops have a rule of ‘no problemas’…if you caused too many problems they would kill you and dump your body on a country road to be found by whoever passes by. Two american wild teenagers came here to stay with friends, entered the local church, climbed the altar and put a lit cigarette in the mouth of the Virgin. They were found in the church hallway with their throats cut as a lesson for disrespecting the culture.

Item #3 – Weirdenss – The late chief of police got into an argument with his oldest and favorite son who was about 24. The son took off mad in his pickup and rolled it which killed him. The chief mourned and stayed very drunk for about two weeks, then put a pistol in his mouth and blew the top of his head off blaming himself for causing his son’s death. / A mexican man from Guadalajara was estranged from his wife and grieving so he checked into a local hotel and stayed drunk all the time and told them only enter his room when he asked for it for cleaning. He didn’t ask for several days, no one had seen him and the neighbors complained of a stench, they found him dead and bloated. / Only 3 weeks ago a painter from Guadalajara was on top of a two story building using a roller paintbrush to paint the building face. The roller brush had a metal extension handle and he happened to brush it against the electrical power wires, which in mexico HAVE NO INSULATION, so the current fried him where he lay. An american friend of mine heard a moaning and saw the man leaning over and jerking, some guys pulled him down, he went to a hospital in Guad and died. / An american named Grady died a few months ago, he loved to tell stories and stir up mischief. One day a ‘newbie’ american was complaining how boring it was here. Earlier Grady had seen a circus enter town and go down the main road where they setup camp so they could do their traditional parade. Grady told this bored guy it wasn’t boring here and you could see almost anything eventually. He said why I’ll bet you $10 that today you will see an elephant walking down the street. The man laughed and said I’ll take that bet. They sat there talking and drinking coffee about 15 minutes and here came the elephant. The guy had been setup and had to pay the $10. / A mexican lady had a late model small pickup truck parked on the street in front of her house. At night someone removed the tailgate of the truck. Knowing the ropes here, she drove into Guadalajara to the Calle de Ladrones (Street of Thieves) and went by various bazaars til she found her tailgate which had scratches and dents she had made in it. She told the owner it was hers and he asked how much she’d pay for it. She told him she’d pay nothing, it was hers and she was taking it. He told her not without paying and if you cause problems, NEXT TIME, we’ll steal your whole truck, so she bought a new tailgate elsewhere and wrote the old off as a loss…y mas, y mas cuentos (more and more stories).

Updated 01/13/08 – King of Thieves returns Camera – My friend came by today with the camera and bag of cables. He said the king didn’t actually have the camera but he knew who did, so they drove around til they found the guy and he admitted to having it. The king told him give it to him, the guy said for $200, the king told him GIVE IT TO ME, its my camera. This king is very big and muscular, like a football player who dwarfed the thief, so the thief gave it up and my friend brought it to me. But the king did give him 20 pesos ($2) just as a courtesy I guess. I gave my friend 100 pesos for the gas expended in tracking this down and will give him a reward for bringing it back to me.

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The OC MPMM – Alsetalokin’s Overunity? Video

Posted by keelynet on January 12, 2008

I couldn’t find where anyone was claiming overunity but if there isn’t trickery and it is self-running that even speeds up, what a discovery it would be. Of course it needs replication with similar or better results.

pmmoc1.jpg“This is a repost of the original Alsetalokin’s video showing how his implementation of overconfident’s idea looks like so far. (The original video has been taken down by the autor, but he permitted reposting it by others.) Please note that this is not the final product, the “OC’s Magnetic Perpetual Motion Machine” (which is a bit more complicated and, AFAIK, not unproven to work so far). I admit that this could cause some confusion, but this video really shows only some odd ‘anomaly’ observed during the construction and trying different configurations. There is no over-unity, no infinite long runs, so don’t jump into conclusions. Magnetic perpetual motion machines can’t possibly work, didn’t you know?” (via – Brightened VideoSource

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A Smarter Electrical Grid

Posted by keelynet on January 12, 2008

The idea of self-optimizing, self-correcting, adaptive anything excites me everytime I readthat it has been applied to something. It is not quite artificial intelligence but damn close. This is such an item.

“Researchers and utility companies are pushing the idea of systems that adjust household electricity use to ease periods of peak demand and cut consumers’ bills. Researchers and utility executives have been pushing the idea of a smarter grid. Many homes already have computers hooked up to the Internet or other networks. So why not add appliances and other electricity-users as well? Throw in meters with enough brains to know the changing overall demand and the corresponding change in price for electricity, plus software and devices to control the appliances, and the whole grid can go from dumb to downright intelligent. Such a smart grid—connected to only those energy users who agree to it—brings a host of advantages. Household electricity use can be adjusted to ease, if not prevent, peak power loads. As renewable energy alternatives like wind and solar grow, the grid can be better adjusted to handle the fluctuations in power when the wind ebbs or clouds thicken.” – Source

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$2,500, 50mpg Indian Car

Posted by keelynet on January 12, 2008

If this does nothing else than light a fire under the butt of big car makers, it will be an excellent thing. For short suburban hops, these things will I think take off, especially if they are electric and self-recharging when they park at your house or at a store. What a benefit for stores to attract customers and have a parking garage where your car can be recharged while you shop.

cartatacheap.jpg“After months of rumors and tantalizing leaks Indian automaker Tata Motors has finally unveiled the Tata Nano — its already legendary $2,500 car. As expected, the car that Tata claims will change the face of not only the Indian car market, but the global auto industry will be a four door, five seat hatch, powered by a 30 HP Bosch 624 cc four stroke engine mounted out back and mated to a CVT. The People’s Car, designed with a family in mind, has a roomy passenger compartment with generous leg space and head room. It can comfortably seat four persons. Four doors with high seating position make ingress and egress easy. Yet with a length of 3.1 metres, width of 1.5 metres and height of 1.6 metres, with adequate ground clearance, it can effortlessly manoeuvre on busy roads in cities as well as in rural areas. Its mono-volume design, with wheels at the corners and the powertrain at the rear, enables it to uniquely combine both space and manoeuvrability, which will set a new benchmark among small cars. When launched, the car will be available in both standard and deluxe versions. Both versions will offer a wide range of body colours, and other accessories so that the car can be customised to an individual’s preferences. The People’s Car has a rear-wheel drive, all-aluminium, two-cylinder, 623 cc, 33 PS, multi point fuel injection petrol engine. This is the first time that a two-cylinder gasoline engine is being used in a car with single balancer shaft. The lean design strategy has helped minimise weight, which helps maximise performance per unit of energy consumed and delivers high fuel efficiency. Performance is controlled by a specially designed electronic engine management system.” – Source

Tata is also working with Guy Negre with his compressed aircar and hopes to have them on the market by next year but this guy has been at it for many, many years with nothing yet on the market. I think he will be beat out by cheap, high mileage, electric rechargeables. – Source

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Reversal Of Alzheimer’s Symptoms Within Minutes

Posted by keelynet on January 12, 2008

I hope this one is true and they can get it on the market superquick. It is really sad to see people who used to be able to do anything having problems doing the simplest of tasks due to severe memory loss.

“An extraordinary new scientific study, which for the first time documents marked improvement in Alzheimer’s disease within minutes of administration of a therapeutic molecule, has just been published in the Journal of Neuroinflammation. Griffin and Mrak are pioneers in the field of neuroinflammation. Griffin published a landmark study in 1989 describing the association of cytokine overexpression in the brain and Alzheimer’s disease. Her research helped pave the way for the findings of the present study. Griffin has recently been selected for membership in the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives, a nonprofit organization of more than 200 leading neuroscientists, including ten Nobel laureates. “It is unprecedented that we can see cognitive and behavioral improvement in a patient with established dementia within minutes of therapeutic intervention,” said Griffin.” – Source

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An innovative business idea

Posted by keelynet on January 12, 2008

I like novel and interesting new or ‘sideways’ approaches to doing things. This one was particularly cool despite it not having ANYTHING to do with science, etc….lots of guys and gals out there I think would have no problem doing this, especially if they could wear masks. It’s on the order of brilliant!

“If you want to watch Nick having sex with a prostitute, he’s happy to let you. The 36-year-old bank-security technician drove eight hours from his home in Metz, France, to Big Sister, a Prague brothel where customers peruse a touch-screen menu of blondes, brunettes and redheads available for free. The catch is clients have to let their exploits be filmed and posted on the Internet.” – Source

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