Juice Cleansing for Weight Loss, Intestine and Liver Repair [Video]
13 March 2016, 09:07
MP4, AVC, 1280x720 | AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 1 hour | 1.71GB
Break food craving cycles while repairing your intestinal tract and resting your liver with super nutrition weight loss.
Celebrity Juice Diet Helps Jessica Alba Improve Health and Looks!
Are you trapped in a vicious lifestyle of health destroying acidic foods? Are you overweight? Have you had a checkup with your doctor with a green light for juice dieting?
If you answered yes to the questions above this high alkalizing, low sugar 7-to-10 day juice cleans is just for you!
Introducing the juicing team of Attorney Daniel Hall and Dr. Scott Brown. Daniel holds a nursing degree from the University of Texas and worked at the Mayo Clinic. Scott has a background in biochemistry from Indiana University at Bloomington.
Both Daniel and Scott have personally experienced remarkable health benefits from juicing.
- The first is that both experienced dramatic weight loss on extended juice dieting of 30 to 60 days.
- This included a surprising and dramatic surge in energy.
- They experienced another surge in energy in the short term cleanse used to film this course.
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 9 lectures and 1 hour of content!
- Juice cleansing feeds you as it clears the intestinal tract — unlike water colon cleanses that do nothing or are harmful (as reported by the Mayo Clinic).
- Learn from two juicers who have been there and done that.
- Enjoy an energy increase in the 4th or 5th day.
Imbeciles: The Supreme Court, American Eugenics, and the Sterilization of Carrie Buck [Audiobook]
13 March 2016, 08:43
2016 | M4B@64 kbps | 13 hrs 19 mins | 363.68MB
One of America's great miscarriages of justice, the Supreme Court's infamous 1927 Buck v. Bell ruling made government sterilization of "undesirable" citizens the law of the land.
New York Times best-selling author Adam Cohen tells the story in Imbeciles of one of the darkest moments in the American legal tradition: the Supreme Court's decision to champion eugenic sterilization for the greater good of the country. In 1927, when the nation was caught up in eugenic fervor, the justices allowed Virginia to sterilize Carrie Buck, a perfectly normal young woman, for being an "imbecile".
It is a story with many villains, from the superintendent of the Dickensian Virginia Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded who chose Carrie for sterilization to the former Missouri agriculture professor and Nazi sympathizer who was the nation's leading advocate for eugenic sterilization. But the most troubling actors of all were the eight Supreme Court justices who were in the majority - including William Howard Taft, the former president; Louis Brandeis, the legendary progressive; and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., America's most esteemed justice, who wrote the decision urging the nation to embark on a program of mass eugenic sterilization.
Exposing this tremendous injustice - which led to the sterilization of 70,000 Americans - Imbeciles overturns cherished myths and reappraises heroic figures in its relentless pursuit of the truth. With the precision of a legal brief and the passion of a front-page exposé, Cohen's Imbeciles is an unquestionable triumph of American legal and social history, an ardent accusation against these acclaimed men and our own optimistic faith in progress.
The Moral Epistles: 124 Letters to Lucilius [Audiobook]
13 March 2016, 08:25
2016 | M4B@64 kbps | 23 hrs 18 mins | 634.92MB
Towards the end of his life, Seneca the Younger (c4 BCE-65 CE) began a correspondence with a friend in Sicily, later collected under the title The Moral Epistles.
In these 124 letters, Seneca expresses, in a wise, steady and calm manner, the philosophy by which he lived - derived essentially from the Stoics. The letters deal with a variety of specific topics - often eminently practical - such as 'On Saving Time', 'On the Terrors of Death', 'On True and False Friendships', 'On Brawn and Brains' and 'On Old Age and Death'.
His views are as relevant to us today as in his own time. He remarks on how we waste our time through lack of clarity of purpose, how we jump from one attraction to another and how fleeting life is. But these are letters to a friend, so the tone is not grandly didactic but friendly, personal and direct and speak to us across the centuries.
Though not so well known as Marcus Aurelius' Meditations, The Moral Epistles are approachable, memorable and immensely rich in content - and especially so in this sympathetic reading by James Cameron Stewart.
Translation Richard Gummere.