first study of its kind on fat tissue and fat cells, researchers at the University of Florida have discovered that an exercise-induced hormone, irisin (also known as FNDC5), is a fat-fighting powerhouse.
I read the Should We Let Them Eat Dirt. It talks about how recently, a group of researchers from the University of British Columbia published a book called “Let Them Eat Dirt.” The title of the book is pretty clear about it’s main point: It’s healthy for children to play in the dirt, and it may even be healthy for them to eat it. In the lab, these researchers studied the amount of bacteria babies had in their bodies, and the relationship between ingesting these bacteria and getting sick. Surprisingly, they didn’t find that contact with bacteria necessarily caused children to get sick; instead, they found that 3-month-old babies who had more unique types of bacteria in their bodies were less likely to develop allergies like asthma several years later. Bacteria that cause Salmonella can also be found on kitchen floors, as a result of splatter from opening containers of raw food. Surprisingly, according to the study on the 5-second rule, rugs and carpets don’t transmit as much bacteria as surfaces like stainless steel or wood. In fact, kitchen floors might be particularly risky breeding grounds for bacteria. While I’m sure we all do a great job of keeping our kitchen counters clean, some of the food-related bacteria that we wipe off inevitably land on the floor. And it’s the food-related bacteria that come from raw meat that could have the most negative effects on health. So there’s nothing wrong with letting our kids get a little dirty.They can even eat a little bit of dirt or food that’s fallen on the floor once in awhile, as long as it’s not off the kitchen floor, and as long as it’s not from public places like playgrounds that attract a lot of kids. In the end, all children are going to get sick from time to time, but hopefully getting a little bit dirty now and then can help them fight off future illnesses; and maybe they can even have some healthy old fashioned outdoor fun along the way. I disagree with this article because their could be even nastier bacteria in the dirt. Insects and animals are in dirt. The dirt get old and people put different chemicals in dirt. So i totally disagree with the fact that people should let their kids eat dirt. Its unsanitary and disgusting.
I agree with the article about letting kids eat dirt. I find this article very interesting do to the fact that the same bacteria in dirt is the same that is on our kitchen floors. It is okay for your kid/s to get a little messy and for them to eat a little dirt. for them to eat of the kitchen floor as long as its not over a long amount of time. You should keep track of your child just in case they do eat a little too much dirt but dont freak out if they eat dirt because it isnt going to harm them at all.
I think the article "Let Them Eat Dirt" made a good point. Younger children who isn't exposed to certain bacterias early on will result in them getting sick later on in life. Yes, some bacterias found on the floor or outside on the ground can be harmful but most of the time they're not. So I think we should let them eat dirt because it will help build up a strong immune system.
I can relate to this article because it's a part of life. At some point in all of our lives we love or have feelings for someone who doesn't love/like us back. It's hard to go through this because we ask ourselves," What's wrong with me?" and "Am I not good enough?" which is dumb because there is nothing wrong with us and we are enough, we just can't force someone that we have feelings for to have those same feelings back. It's a fact of life, we all will have felt this before we die but all we can do is forget about the person and move on with our lives and never look back.
Unrequited love is when love is either one sided or all in your head and not even there. Many people can't let go of past loved ones. This can lead to unrequited love.Some even think that it is their fault the other person doesn't feel the same way and hate themselves because they can't make it work. It takes a long time to accept and get past unrequited love no matter how much it hurts.
I would disagree with this article "Should We Let Them Eat Dirt?" Because that's very nasty . Its dirt first off might dry or wet with no taste so why let them eat it. Does make them grow or give them energy ?, like other food no .5 second rule is nasty to because whenever something drop on the floor , u don't know if the floor is dirt or not .Can cause health problems .
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The 5 second rule is the idea that we have 5 seconds after the food is dropped to get it before bacteria is on it. A recent study has showed that the 5 second rule doesn't do much to protect you from ingesting bacteria. However, the bacteria ingested isn't as harmful as most people think. I don't think it is OK to let your child it dirt though. Even if it can possibly help fight off future illnesses.
In the article I read, a psychotherapist recounts her thoughts on unrequited love. In the article, she describes how she believes one can take their own insecurities and broadcast them onto their relationship, believing they should "be happy with what they have." She also says that one should seek therapy if they even have a suspicion of being in a situation involving unrequited love. Doing that could greatly help someone realize they need to look somewhere else
I had a friend that was extremely narcissistic. The article states six symptoms which includes reacting in a certain way when they don't get a certain amount of attention, and that they simply just don't care. The friend that I had can relate to these six symptoms, and a lot more. It's not healthy to be around someone that simply does not care about anything or anyone besides themselves. The article also states that if you're narcissistic, you live and die with it. You just cannot change anyone like that, it's how they are. I believe it is also considered a disorder in some cases, but probably not professionally. The article tries to give you tips on how to spot someone like this, but I think you don't need that. It's pretty obvious if someone is narcissistic if you hang out or talk to them extensively for a week.
Should we let them eat dirt?
The beginning of the story talked about the 5 second rule. And that if you get the food before the 5 seconds you could eat it. But researchers from Rutgers University recently showed that the 5 second rule doesn't do much to protect you from ingesting bacteria.
The story that takes about should we let them eat dirt, talks about how the 5 sec. rule is true. Some kis drop food and if they pick it up and eat it with in the 5 sec. It will not have bacteria on it. They say you shouldn't really go overboard with the cleaning. They say yes let them eat dirt playing outsiude is one of the most important thing in a baby's life. So, they can get the feel of the outdoors and what its like an to see if they like it. So, their not stuck in the house all the time. It's even okay for them to eat food off the floor as long as its not on the kitchen floor.
The article let them eat dirt was about how it could eb healthy to eat dirt. They do not mean spoonfuls. They mean if you drop food on the ground, pick it up, then eat it, it will not cause you harm most of the time. The bacteria on the floor will actually boost your immune system. It also says how kitchen floors are worse than a living room rug.
Narcissistic parents may or may not be openly abusive, but they’re almost certainly emotionally tone deaf, too preoccupied with their own concerns to hear our pain. Narcissistic parents who explode without warning, or collapse in tears any time a child dares to express a need, force sensitive children to take up as little room as possible, as if having any expectations at all is an act of selfishness.
We cling to people even when they don't love us based on relentless hope. We feel like things will get better and they will love us back even in reality they won't but we can't bare for that to happen, so we stay.
It can be hard to find that certain someone you are looking for, even the person who would love you most and treat you with what you have always deserved. Although this is the case, sometimes it doesn't always end up like that. In certain relationships, a person will falling out of love or start to act more distant, like in a way of not responding to you or not being able to give you what you need out of the relationship. When a person gets left and they are still in love or have feelings for their ex, they tend to be the ones who suffer the most. They doubt themselves if they are "unlovable" or "if something is wrong with them that they can't get you to love or do anything for them" which is hard because usually the one who is hurting the most tends to be the person in the relationship who tends to be the one that loved their significant other the most or did everything they could for them and never received anything back. That then leads to mind games and having the person mentally hurt because they are confused on what they did wrong and why they couldn't fix their relationship that they once treasured. Ways to fix this is therapy... simpily being attached to someone and them not loving you back or leaving you most hurt can cause serious problems to your mental health as in causing depression or suicidal thoughts if taken so far. The best way to fix this is to take out all the negatives that remind you of your past experience with them and seek help from a psychologist.
The story I read was about how children should actually be exposed to more dirty things in order to stay safe. The article talked about how the 5 second rule doesn't really work and how we should actually expose our children to more things like that in order to help them build up a healthy immune system as they grow.
The article I read was mainly about how people stay with people that have done things that should make them not want to be with that person, but in the end they still do or even go back to them even when they really shouldn't. I can relate to this because their are many cases that I have been in and others that I know that have done this or experienced it. The article says they may go back due to the feeling of failure. In my opinion, if someone has done something as bad as having affairs they do not love you so why go back and try to love them whenever they don't love you. People are so stupid for doing this.
I read the narrsisis one. they used to think people are born and die a narsissis but it can develop.