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Bailey Jay, Books, and Fall: FIRST I DRINK COFFEE. THEN I DO THINGS. Is coffee your fuel? ☕️ Read on👇 Is coffee good for you? Does it truly increase productivity? 🤔 Here are the issues to consider when you consider coffee: ✔️It improves mental performance and alertness. Caffeine blocks receptors for adenosine, a compound in your brain that causes drowsiness. This explains why many of us feel less tired when we consume coffee. In low doses, caffeine also is said to improve mental performance and alertness. Caffeine does not affect everyone the same way. (Your personal response to caffeine could be vastly different from that of someone you know.) ✔️ It can affect the quality of your sleep. In smaller doses, caffeine should not affect your sleep schedule. But if you consume too much, you may find it harder to fall asleep at night. This can unfortunately create an unhealthy cycle of not sleeping enough, stressing out and performing poorly at work. A longer-range result may even be burnout or an anxiety attack. ✔️It can help you learn faster. Many entrepreneurs are prolific consumers of content, whether it’s articles and blog posts, magazines, trade journals, books, podcasts or videos. This information helps them make decisions, innovate and implement new ideas in their business. Ongoing study requires focus and attention, which, like willpower, can lessen throughout the day. It has been shown that 200 mg of caffeine can help you identify words and phrases faster than you could do without coffee. (Sorce? Google!) - It’s important to be aware of both the upsides and downsides of coffee. Moderate use, with accompanying attention to your sleeping habits and stress levels, can be beneficial. Meanwhile, be aware that overuse and misuse may agitate an existing health problem or develop a new one. - Are you a coffee person? Comment below 😉 - coffee morning success millionairementor
Bailey Jay, Books, and Fall: FIRST I DRINK COFFEE.
 THEN I DO THINGS.
Is coffee your fuel? ☕️ Read on👇 Is coffee good for you? Does it truly increase productivity? 🤔 Here are the issues to consider when you consider coffee: ✔️It improves mental performance and alertness. Caffeine blocks receptors for adenosine, a compound in your brain that causes drowsiness. This explains why many of us feel less tired when we consume coffee. In low doses, caffeine also is said to improve mental performance and alertness. Caffeine does not affect everyone the same way. (Your personal response to caffeine could be vastly different from that of someone you know.) ✔️ It can affect the quality of your sleep. In smaller doses, caffeine should not affect your sleep schedule. But if you consume too much, you may find it harder to fall asleep at night. This can unfortunately create an unhealthy cycle of not sleeping enough, stressing out and performing poorly at work. A longer-range result may even be burnout or an anxiety attack. ✔️It can help you learn faster. Many entrepreneurs are prolific consumers of content, whether it’s articles and blog posts, magazines, trade journals, books, podcasts or videos. This information helps them make decisions, innovate and implement new ideas in their business. Ongoing study requires focus and attention, which, like willpower, can lessen throughout the day. It has been shown that 200 mg of caffeine can help you identify words and phrases faster than you could do without coffee. (Sorce? Google!) - It’s important to be aware of both the upsides and downsides of coffee. Moderate use, with accompanying attention to your sleeping habits and stress levels, can be beneficial. Meanwhile, be aware that overuse and misuse may agitate an existing health problem or develop a new one. - Are you a coffee person? Comment below 😉 - coffee morning success millionairementor

Is coffee your fuel? ☕️ Read on👇 Is coffee good for you? Does it truly increase productivity? 🤔 Here are the issues to consider when you con...

Apple, Brains, and Drugs: ARE YOU ADDICTED? IG: 6CONSCIOUSVIBRANCY The fact is... junk foods stimulate the reward system in the brain in the same way as drugs of abuse like cocaine. For susceptible people, eating junk foods can lead to full-blown addiction, which shares the same biological basis as addiction to drugs of abuse. There is a system in our brain called the reward system. This system was designed to “reward” us when we do things that encourage our survival. This includes primal behaviors like eating. The brain knows that when we eat, we’re doing something “right,” and releases a bunch of feel-good chemicals in the reward system, such as the neurotransmitter dopamine – interpreted by our brains as pleasure. The brain is hardwired to seek out behaviors that release dopamine in the reward system. The problem with modern junk foods is that they can cause a reward that is way more powerful than anything we were ever exposed to in nature. Whereas eating an apple might cause a moderate release of dopamine, eating a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream is so incredibly rewarding that it releases a massive amount. When people repeatedly do something that releases dopamine in the reward system (such as smoking a cigarette or eating a Snickers bar), the dopamine receptors can start to down-regulate. When the brain sees that the amount of dopamine is too high, it starts removing the dopamine receptors in order to keep things “balanced.” When you have fewer receptors, you need more dopamine to reach the same effect, which causes people to start eating more junk food to reach the same level of reward as before. This is called tolerance. If you have fewer dopamine receptors, then you will have very little dopamine activity and you will start to feel unhappy if you don’t get your junk food “fix.” This is called withdrawal. Tolerance and withdrawal are the hallmarks of physical addiction. Multiple studies in rats show that they can become physically addicted to junk food in the same way as they become addicted to drugs of abuse. Of course, all of this is a drastic oversimplification, but this is basically how food addiction (and any addiction) works. Consciousvibrancy
Apple, Brains, and Drugs: ARE YOU ADDICTED?
 IG: 6CONSCIOUSVIBRANCY
 The fact is... junk foods stimulate the reward system in the brain
 in the same way as drugs of abuse like cocaine. For susceptible
 people, eating junk foods can lead to full-blown addiction, which
 shares the same biological basis as addiction to drugs of abuse.
There is a system in our brain called the reward system. This system was designed to “reward” us when we do things that encourage our survival. This includes primal behaviors like eating. The brain knows that when we eat, we’re doing something “right,” and releases a bunch of feel-good chemicals in the reward system, such as the neurotransmitter dopamine – interpreted by our brains as pleasure. The brain is hardwired to seek out behaviors that release dopamine in the reward system. The problem with modern junk foods is that they can cause a reward that is way more powerful than anything we were ever exposed to in nature. Whereas eating an apple might cause a moderate release of dopamine, eating a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream is so incredibly rewarding that it releases a massive amount. When people repeatedly do something that releases dopamine in the reward system (such as smoking a cigarette or eating a Snickers bar), the dopamine receptors can start to down-regulate. When the brain sees that the amount of dopamine is too high, it starts removing the dopamine receptors in order to keep things “balanced.” When you have fewer receptors, you need more dopamine to reach the same effect, which causes people to start eating more junk food to reach the same level of reward as before. This is called tolerance. If you have fewer dopamine receptors, then you will have very little dopamine activity and you will start to feel unhappy if you don’t get your junk food “fix.” This is called withdrawal. Tolerance and withdrawal are the hallmarks of physical addiction. Multiple studies in rats show that they can become physically addicted to junk food in the same way as they become addicted to drugs of abuse. Of course, all of this is a drastic oversimplification, but this is basically how food addiction (and any addiction) works. Consciousvibrancy

There is a system in our brain called the reward system. This system was designed to “reward” us when we do things that encourage our surviv...

Apple, Brains, and Drugs: ARE YOU ADDICTED? IGE GCONSCIOUSVIBRANCY The fact is... junk foods stimulate the reward system in the brain in the same way as drugs of abuse like cocaine. For susceptible people, eating junk foods can lead to full-blown addiction, which shares the same biological basis as addiction to drugs of abuse. Follow ➡️ @consciousvibrancy: 🔴SWIPE🔴 "There is a system in our brain called the reward system. This system was designed to “reward” us when we do things that encourage our survival. This includes primal behaviors like eating. The brain knows that when we eat, we’re doing something “right,” and releases a bunch of feel-good chemicals in the reward system, such as the neurotransmitter dopamine – interpreted by our brains as pleasure. The brain is hardwired to seek out behaviors that release dopamine in the reward system. The problem with modern junk foods is that they can cause a reward that is way more powerful than anything we were ever exposed to in nature. Whereas eating an apple might cause a moderate release of dopamine, eating a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream is so incredibly rewarding that it releases a massive amount. When people repeatedly do something that releases dopamine in the reward system (such as smoking a cigarette or eating a Snickers bar), the dopamine receptors can start to down-regulate. When the brain sees that the amount of dopamine is too high, it starts removing the dopamine receptors in order to keep things “balanced.” When you have fewer receptors, you need more dopamine to reach the same effect, which causes people to start eating more junk food to reach the same level of reward as before. This is called tolerance. If you have fewer dopamine receptors, then you will have very little dopamine activity and you will start to feel unhappy if you don’t get your junk food “fix.” This is called withdrawal. Tolerance and withdrawal are the hallmarks of physical addiction. Multiple studies in rats show that they can become physically addicted to junk food in the same way as they become addicted to drugs of abuse. Of course, all of this is a drastic oversimplification, but this is basically how food addiction (and any addiction) works. Consciousvibrancy" HolisticAli Addiction Donuts IG 👉🏽 @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT 👉🏽 @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO
Apple, Brains, and Drugs: ARE YOU ADDICTED?
 IGE GCONSCIOUSVIBRANCY
 The fact is... junk foods stimulate the reward system in the brain
 in the same way as drugs of abuse like cocaine. For susceptible
 people, eating junk foods can lead to full-blown addiction, which
 shares the same biological basis as addiction to drugs of abuse.
Follow ➡️ @consciousvibrancy: 🔴SWIPE🔴 "There is a system in our brain called the reward system. This system was designed to “reward” us when we do things that encourage our survival. This includes primal behaviors like eating. The brain knows that when we eat, we’re doing something “right,” and releases a bunch of feel-good chemicals in the reward system, such as the neurotransmitter dopamine – interpreted by our brains as pleasure. The brain is hardwired to seek out behaviors that release dopamine in the reward system. The problem with modern junk foods is that they can cause a reward that is way more powerful than anything we were ever exposed to in nature. Whereas eating an apple might cause a moderate release of dopamine, eating a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream is so incredibly rewarding that it releases a massive amount. When people repeatedly do something that releases dopamine in the reward system (such as smoking a cigarette or eating a Snickers bar), the dopamine receptors can start to down-regulate. When the brain sees that the amount of dopamine is too high, it starts removing the dopamine receptors in order to keep things “balanced.” When you have fewer receptors, you need more dopamine to reach the same effect, which causes people to start eating more junk food to reach the same level of reward as before. This is called tolerance. If you have fewer dopamine receptors, then you will have very little dopamine activity and you will start to feel unhappy if you don’t get your junk food “fix.” This is called withdrawal. Tolerance and withdrawal are the hallmarks of physical addiction. Multiple studies in rats show that they can become physically addicted to junk food in the same way as they become addicted to drugs of abuse. Of course, all of this is a drastic oversimplification, but this is basically how food addiction (and any addiction) works. Consciousvibrancy" HolisticAli Addiction Donuts IG 👉🏽 @realrawtruth FACEBOOK-YOUTUBE-SNAPCHAT 👉🏽 @holisticali SUBSCRIBE TO NEW YOUTUBE LINK IN BIO

Follow ➡️ @consciousvibrancy: 🔴SWIPE🔴 "There is a system in our brain called the reward system. This system was designed to “reward” us when...

Community, Memes, and Shoes: Your Foot Type Under pronation Neutral Mild (Supination) Pronation overpronation Severe overpronation Outer Heel Inner Heel & Outer Heel & Inner Heel & Ball Wear Broad Ball Wear Inner Ball Wear & Ball Wear WHAT YOUR SHOES SAY ABOUT YOU . 🤔Ever wanted to determine what happens to your foot when you walk? Whether you overpronate, supinate, or stay neutral? You can! . Both your 👣footprint and your 👟shoes give you insight into what happens when you walk. All you need to do is take a close look. . A supinator will show the classic "high arch" footprint where all you see is the heel and ball of the foot with little in the middle. Their shoe wear pattern will stay all along the outside from heel to toe. . A neutral foot will have a smooth transition from heel to toe. The shoes will shoe wear on the outer side of the heel and a nice even distribution along the ball of the foot.⚖ . An overpronating foot will leave a very broad footprint. Mild to moderate cases will still wear on the outside of the heel (TYPO ON PICTURE) but transition more towards the inside edge at the ball of the foot. Severe overpronation will show you wearing down even the inner edge of the heel as your arch collapses. . So who wants to have some fun? I want to take a 📊 poll and see how our little community here distributes. Take a look at your shoes (or footprints on the 🏖beach for my fellow Florida peeps) and comment below which one you are. I'll tally them all up and let you know the results with tomorrow's video! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
Community, Memes, and Shoes: Your Foot Type
 Under pronation
 Neutral
 Mild
 (Supination)
 Pronation
 overpronation
 Severe
 overpronation
 Outer Heel
 Inner Heel &
 Outer Heel &
 Inner Heel
 & Ball Wear
 Broad Ball Wear
 Inner Ball Wear
 & Ball Wear
WHAT YOUR SHOES SAY ABOUT YOU . 🤔Ever wanted to determine what happens to your foot when you walk? Whether you overpronate, supinate, or stay neutral? You can! . Both your 👣footprint and your 👟shoes give you insight into what happens when you walk. All you need to do is take a close look. . A supinator will show the classic "high arch" footprint where all you see is the heel and ball of the foot with little in the middle. Their shoe wear pattern will stay all along the outside from heel to toe. . A neutral foot will have a smooth transition from heel to toe. The shoes will shoe wear on the outer side of the heel and a nice even distribution along the ball of the foot.⚖ . An overpronating foot will leave a very broad footprint. Mild to moderate cases will still wear on the outside of the heel (TYPO ON PICTURE) but transition more towards the inside edge at the ball of the foot. Severe overpronation will show you wearing down even the inner edge of the heel as your arch collapses. . So who wants to have some fun? I want to take a 📊 poll and see how our little community here distributes. Take a look at your shoes (or footprints on the 🏖beach for my fellow Florida peeps) and comment below which one you are. I'll tally them all up and let you know the results with tomorrow's video! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

WHAT YOUR SHOES SAY ABOUT YOU . 🤔Ever wanted to determine what happens to your foot when you walk? Whether you overpronate, supinate, or sta...

Beautiful, Head, and Book: Buran Ghati Trek Select your batch below Book Your Seat Today For Most Tempting Buran Ghati Trek with Himalayan Footslog a leading travel company in Himachal . Buran Pass Trek- 4724 mtrs (15500 ft) . Duration- 6-Nights-7-Days . Per person cost- INR 12,900- Cost Includes- ⏺Shimla To Shimla Transportation ⏺a tour guide ⏺accommodation ⏺3 meals per day (Breakfast ,packed lunch and dinner with Soup, tea) . For more details DM or Email- himalayanfootslog@gmail.com . Contact No.- 8628922150-8629857252 . Or visit- http:-himalayanfootslog.com-tours-buran-pass-trek- . Follow @HimalayanFootslog @HimalayanFootslog @HimalayanFootslog . Batches- Batch- 1. 13th April, 2017 (Chandernahan only)-full . Batch- 2. 25th April, 2017 (Chandernahan only) . Batch- 3. 10th May, 2017 Batch- 4. 21st May, 2017 Batch -5. 3rd June ,2017 Batch -6. 10th June, 2017 Batch -7. 17th June, 2017 Batch -8. 27th June, 2017 Batch- 9. 14th September, 2017 Batch -10. 21st September, 2017 Batch- 11. 1st October, 2017 Batch -12. 10th October, 2017 . Overview : Shimla district in Himachal Pradesh is an unexplored trekking destination with easy to moderate difficulties. One such trek is a Buran Pass Trek which served as a pastoral way between Pabbar Valley (Shimla district) to Sangla Valley (Kinnaur district), which involves crossing of Buran Ghati (15500 ft climb). This trek is blend of lush green deodar and pine forests. View of watershed, waterfalls, meadows and lakes add to the beauty of this trek. So you can call it a buffet of all the great Himalayan trek. Janglikh near Chirgaon in Shimla district has convenient road head and can be approached from Shimla via Narkanda or Khadapathar. The trek ends in Burwa village which is a road head destination. One can rest another day to visit the beautiful Kinnauri villages like Chitkul and Sangla
Beautiful, Head, and Book: Buran Ghati
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Book Your Seat Today For Most Tempting Buran Ghati Trek with Himalayan Footslog a leading travel company in Himachal . Buran Pass Trek- 4724 mtrs (15500 ft) . Duration- 6-Nights-7-Days . Per person cost- INR 12,900- Cost Includes- ⏺Shimla To Shimla Transportation ⏺a tour guide ⏺accommodation ⏺3 meals per day (Breakfast ,packed lunch and dinner with Soup, tea) . For more details DM or Email- himalayanfootslog@gmail.com . Contact No.- 8628922150-8629857252 . Or visit- http:-himalayanfootslog.com-tours-buran-pass-trek- . Follow @HimalayanFootslog @HimalayanFootslog @HimalayanFootslog . Batches- Batch- 1. 13th April, 2017 (Chandernahan only)-full . Batch- 2. 25th April, 2017 (Chandernahan only) . Batch- 3. 10th May, 2017 Batch- 4. 21st May, 2017 Batch -5. 3rd June ,2017 Batch -6. 10th June, 2017 Batch -7. 17th June, 2017 Batch -8. 27th June, 2017 Batch- 9. 14th September, 2017 Batch -10. 21st September, 2017 Batch- 11. 1st October, 2017 Batch -12. 10th October, 2017 . Overview : Shimla district in Himachal Pradesh is an unexplored trekking destination with easy to moderate difficulties. One such trek is a Buran Pass Trek which served as a pastoral way between Pabbar Valley (Shimla district) to Sangla Valley (Kinnaur district), which involves crossing of Buran Ghati (15500 ft climb). This trek is blend of lush green deodar and pine forests. View of watershed, waterfalls, meadows and lakes add to the beauty of this trek. So you can call it a buffet of all the great Himalayan trek. Janglikh near Chirgaon in Shimla district has convenient road head and can be approached from Shimla via Narkanda or Khadapathar. The trek ends in Burwa village which is a road head destination. One can rest another day to visit the beautiful Kinnauri villages like Chitkul and Sangla

Book Your Seat Today For Most Tempting Buran Ghati Trek with Himalayan Footslog a leading travel company in Himachal . Buran Pass Trek- 4724...

Memes, 🤖, and Arch: NEWS Audi ha revealed a facelifted RS3, packing the updated 2.5-litre inline-five fromthe RS3 Saloon and TT RS Via @carthrottlenews - Audi’s stonkingly fast RS3 quietly went out of production part way through last year, but now it’s back with a (slightly) new face and a new heart. - The ‘heart’ in question is the overhauled 2.5-litre, turbocharged inline-five first seen in the TT RS and the incoming RS3 saloon, putting out 395bhp and 354lb ft - an increase of 33bhp and 11lb ft when compared to the old car. - It’s a lighter engine, shedding 33kg over the old unit thanks to an aluminium crankcase, among other things. There’s a new dual injection system too, plus a valvelift feature “for moderate fuel consumption at low and partial load as well as more spontaneous throttle response and a high level of tractive power at full load.” Lovely. - With its newfound power, the four-wheel drive RS3 Sportback will hit 62mph from rest in just 4.1 seconds - 0.1sec quicker than a Mercedes-AMG A45 and bang on the time of the RS3 saloon. The top speed mirrors the saloon too: it’s the usual 155mph electronic limiter, which can be bumped up to 174mph should you tick the right option box. - Compared to a boggo A3 Sportback the suspension is 25mm lower, with the track by 20mm at the front and the wheel arches flared to suit. The brake discs are 370mm whoppers at the front with eight piston callipers, with 310mm rotors squeezed by monoblock callipers at the rear. If you want posh carbon ceramics rotors, those are optional. - On the inside, you might notice the presence of Audi’s virtual cockpit system, which found its way into the rest of the A3 range last year. You might also notice the automatic gear selector: sorry guys, like the last RS3, it’s powered by a seven-speed ‘S Tronic’ dual-clutch transmission only. - The car will make its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
Memes, 🤖, and Arch: NEWS
 Audi ha
 revealed a facelifted RS3, packing
 the updated 2.5-litre inline-five fromthe RS3
 Saloon and TT RS
Via @carthrottlenews - Audi’s stonkingly fast RS3 quietly went out of production part way through last year, but now it’s back with a (slightly) new face and a new heart. - The ‘heart’ in question is the overhauled 2.5-litre, turbocharged inline-five first seen in the TT RS and the incoming RS3 saloon, putting out 395bhp and 354lb ft - an increase of 33bhp and 11lb ft when compared to the old car. - It’s a lighter engine, shedding 33kg over the old unit thanks to an aluminium crankcase, among other things. There’s a new dual injection system too, plus a valvelift feature “for moderate fuel consumption at low and partial load as well as more spontaneous throttle response and a high level of tractive power at full load.” Lovely. - With its newfound power, the four-wheel drive RS3 Sportback will hit 62mph from rest in just 4.1 seconds - 0.1sec quicker than a Mercedes-AMG A45 and bang on the time of the RS3 saloon. The top speed mirrors the saloon too: it’s the usual 155mph electronic limiter, which can be bumped up to 174mph should you tick the right option box. - Compared to a boggo A3 Sportback the suspension is 25mm lower, with the track by 20mm at the front and the wheel arches flared to suit. The brake discs are 370mm whoppers at the front with eight piston callipers, with 310mm rotors squeezed by monoblock callipers at the rear. If you want posh carbon ceramics rotors, those are optional. - On the inside, you might notice the presence of Audi’s virtual cockpit system, which found its way into the rest of the A3 range last year. You might also notice the automatic gear selector: sorry guys, like the last RS3, it’s powered by a seven-speed ‘S Tronic’ dual-clutch transmission only. - The car will make its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.

Via @carthrottlenews - Audi’s stonkingly fast RS3 quietly went out of production part way through last year, but now it’s back with a (sligh...