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Interesting Iphone Additions

The age of Star Trek continues to mature. Here are a few interesting additions to an I phone that will collect various data inputs.  Keep in mind, I do not own these items and that I use this a more of a note taking location for myself then to promote any product.

Scio    This company has an interesting tool that reads the spectrum light from an Item.  There is a Database of chemical makeups that can be referenced to identify what you are looking at.  It can also tell you some nutritional information of your foods. It may not know everything yet but the database of items is continuing as more people us the meters and share the information they collect.  I have not used this item but would love to try it, I think there could be a lot to learn from a device such as this.

Lapka   This company has an interesting product, it is really a group of individual sensors that can store together.  I like the mix of sensors but I am not big on the fact that there are individual parts.  I have known about this product a few years so maybe in the not to distant future a smaller single device could come to market.

Supermechanical  Now I like to cook and have been looking for a temperature probe to provide accurate measurements when cooking, baking, canning, and I want to try making my own candy too.  I hope to pick this up sometime soon, if and when I do Ill change this to reflect what I learn and think of the product.

FLIR Now this I wish was just built right into the phone.  It is a near Infrared camera that sees heat.  the nice thing about this is that it is a case and battery pack as well.   A little pricy but interesting.

Node This is a modular group of sensors.  there is the base and various sensors can be individually used.  This unit is more industrial then the lapka and does different functions great idea but still not an all in one solution to collecting data on your environment.

An interesting Article on Hackday turn you camera phone into a Geiger counter.

 
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Posted by on 2014/08/05 in EDC, Health, Iphone, Vendors

 

PreventDisease.com – How Dangerous Is Fluoride To Your Health?

PreventDisease.com – How Dangerous Is Fluoride To Your Health?.

 
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Posted by on 2014/06/10 in Diet, Educational, Food, Health

 

Home Herbal

Here are a couple good post on Home Manuals. I had read about them a few years ago when I was doing some research on how the creation of the FDA destroyed the health of Americans. In the late 1800s and the turn of the century many households kept a house journal or “Home Herbal” with various recipes for there health needs.

http://strangersandpilgrimsonearth.blogspot.com/2013/09/ways-of-her-household-modern-day-herbal.html

http://themindtohomestead.com/building-a-materia-medica

 
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Posted by on 2014/05/20 in Diet, Family, Food, Good Reading, Health

 

40 Reasons for a man to dress well

40 Reasons for a man to dress well.

 

Some links

http://www.shtfplan.com/emergency-preparedness/ _06142013

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorothy_Shakespear
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olga_Rudge
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ezra_Pound
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eustace_Mullins

http://www.barefootsworld.net/fedsecrets_00.html

http://pharmacistben.com/
http://www.benfuchsarchive.com/

 

Good Foods, Bad foods…Food before Bed

Good Foods

  • Eggs–Soft Scrambled in butter, soft boiled, or poached
  • Butter
  • Salt
  • Dairy
  • Fish
  • Chicken
  • Pork
  • Lamb
  • Beef-Rare/Medium Rare
  • Viggies
  • Fruit
  • Mixed, Salted Nutes– No Peanuts
  • Nut Butters–No extra Sugar
  • Rice
  • Millet
  • Pure Buckwheat (this isnt wheat)
  • Beans
  • Couscous (the kind made from Pearl millet only).
  • Quinoa
  • Corn
  • Coffee, Tea, Green Tea, Read Wine.
  • 4-8, 8oz glasses of filtered, chlorine and floride free water.  Each day, avoid soft plastic bottles
  • Lard

20,000 ORAC points of antioxidants daily

Any carbohydrates (except oatmeal that is “Gluten Free”

Bad Foods:

  • Wheat
  • Barley
  • Rye
  • Oats, Oatmeal – even if it says gluten Free
  • Fried Foods
  • Oils — Cooking or Salad.  This includes Olive Oil.
  • Well Done meats
  • Deli Meat, any nitrates added to meat
  • Soda
  • Skin on baked potato or yams sweet potato.  However, if you boild a potato, you can eat the skin.

Foods before Bed

  • Best–Cherries or Milk
  • Jasmine Rice
  • Cereal
  • Bannanas
  • Turkey
  • Sweet Potato
  • Valerian Tea

 

  • Worst-Bacon Cheeseburger
  • Wine
  • Coffee
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Red Bull type drinks
  • Mountain Dew
  • Indian Curry
  • Chicken
 
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Posted by on 2013/03/20 in Diet, Educational, Food, Health

 

More With less

I am begining to do research on the 1940s and the role of rationing. The scope of the research is related to diet(and how a calorey restricted diet) afects fitness and overall health. Up untill that time thre really we not the level of desease that there is now. 

I have a number of links to get me started with my research but I would love to find pdf files of ration books as well as the instructions associated with them.

Links:

Wart time Ration Challenge: http://www.london-unattached.com/2012/11/wartime-ration-challenge/

Historical Recipes: http://www.lavenderandlovage.com/category/posts/general/historical-recipes

Wartime Kitchen Ration Book Cooking: http://farmersgirl.blogspot.co.uk/p/wartime-kitchen-ration-book-cooking.html

WW2 Rations 1940: per one person (adult)

 
Butter: 50g (2oz)     
Bacon  or ham: 100g (4oz)     
Margarine: 100g (4oz)
Cooking fat/lard: 100g (4oz)
Sugar: 225g (8oz).    
Meat: To the value of 1/2d – 1lb (450g)
Milk: 3 pints (1800ml) occasionally dropping to 2 pints (1200ml).
Cheese: 2oz (50g)      rising to 8oz (225g)
Eggs: 1 fresh egg a week.     
Tea: 50g (2oz).
Jam: 450g (1lb) every two months.
Dried eggs 1 packet (12 eggs) every four weeks.
Sweets: 350g (12oz) every four weeks
 
 
Everything you could want to know about Vintage time preiods: http://www.queensofvintage.com/would-a-wartime-diet-help-our-waistlines/3/
 
Ration Book Diet: http://rationbookdiet.com/ this could be a good site, but it seems the creator abaondoned there project.
 
Rationing on the US Homefront: http://www.ameshistoricalsociety.org/exhibits/events/rationing.htm  Althought I am looking primarly at the British Ratioing system its important to look at what other countries were doing.  Particuarly with the fact that supplies are more mobile now then they were durring the war.
 
The Vintage Warbride: http://vintagewarbride.com/ cool blog, I really think that the 40’s was the peak for many things.  Men were men and Women were truely women.
 
Woolton Pie: http://www.food.com/recipe/woolton-pie-463606 No study of the period could be possible without first looking at the Woolton Pie.
 
How rationing was set up in WW2 Britian: http://www.1900s.org.uk/1940s50s-rationing.htm
 
 
WWII Ration Diet :http://apronrevolution.lefora.com/2011/11/09/wwii-ration-diet/  Another Vintage lifestyle blog/forum, very nice site.
 
British Wartime Food: How Britan Fed Itself Durring WWII :http://www.cooksinfo.com/british-wartime-food a good and complete article.
 
BMI Myth: http://americanwomendidntgetfat.blogspot.com/p/about-this-blog.html A very good artilce about BMI v charted acceptable weights.
 
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Posted by on 2012/12/31 in Diet, Food, Health, Rationing, WWII

 
 
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