The amount of protein you need in your diet will depend on your overall calorie needs. The daily recommended intake of protein for healthy adults is 10% to 35% of your total calorie needs. For example, a person on a 2000 calorie diet could eat 100 grams of protein, which would supply 20% of their total daily calories. One ounce (30 grams) of most protein-rich foods contains 7 grams of protein. An ounce (30 grams) equals: Low fat dairy is also a good source of protein. may need different amounts, depending on their age. Some healthy sources of animal protein include: Turkey or chicken with the skin removed, or bison (also called buffalo meat) Lean cuts of beef or pork, such as round, top sirloin, or tenderloin (trim away any visible fat) Pinto beans, black beans, kidney beans, lentils,
IRS Summertime Tax Tip 2014-18, August 13, 2014 While most people get a refund from the IRS when they file their taxes, some do not. If you owe federal taxes, the IRS has several ways for you to pay. Here are six tips for people who owe taxes: Pay your tax bill. В If you get a bill from the IRS, youвll save money by paying it as soon as you can. If you canвt pay it in full, you should pay as much as you can. That will reduce the interest and penalties charged for late payment. You should think about using a credit card or getting a loan to pay the amount you owe. В Use IRS Direct Pay. В The best way to pay your taxes is with the IRS Direct Pay tool. Itвs the safe, easy and free way to pay from your checking or savings account. The tool walks you through five simple steps to pay your tax
More parents are refusing to vaccinate their children now than a decade ago, but the reasons for refusals have changed, a new study suggests. Parents who their kids are now more likely to say their reason is that they do not see a need for vaccination, the researchers found. Pediatricians should continue to talk to parents who have concerns about vaccines to try to, said study co-author Dr. Catherine Hough-Telford, a pediatrician at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. In the study, researchers surveyed 627 pediatricians in 2013 and asked them whether their patients parents had ever refused a vaccination, or had asked to delay a vaccination. The researchers also asked pediatricians about their impressions of parents reasons for refusing or delaying their kids vaccination. The survey
Elephants are being slaughtered, ivory is on the move, and many elephant populations are in free-fall decline once more. In 2009 it was estimated that as many as 38,000 elephants were poached in 2006 alone ( 2. 59 MB ), a number representing approximately 8% of Africa' remaining elephants killed in one year. This figure far exeeds the elephants annual reproductive rate and even exceeds the poaching rate that existed in the late 1980s, before the 1989 ban took effect. In August 2014 another key paper was published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, " ". To a large extent it confirms the trend exposed in the paper from 2009. The headline in National Geographic Daily News covering it 18 August 2014 read " ". Since the Proboscidea originated 60 million years ago, the order
Why do people close their eyes when they kiss? Who invented this custom? When you don t keep your eyes closed you re violating a sacred principle. It s like eating cereal with your hands when nobody s around. Nobody sees you, but you still feel weird and like you re violating the natural order. If you need a reason to keep your eyes closed while kissing, here are seven top reasons, according to a poll taken outside Rockefeller Center by sexologist Diane DeLay, PhD, as part of the research for her upcoming book, Love Me Like We re Bunnies : You wouldn t want to see what you look like while kissing, so neither would your partner; Your brain can t make your tongue swirl around if your eyes are moving at the same time. It s the same principle as trying to pat your head while using your other
On approaching the seashore, why are waves always parallel to the shore (no matter what the orientation of the shoreline is)? We know that waves are mainly driven by the wind. However, the wind does not always blow straight in towards the shore. Out in the ocean, it may be blowing from every direction. The waves we see at the shore are those that are travelling more or less in our direction. Otherwise, we would never see them. So, the waves that we see do not normally come straight in, i. e. they approach at an angle to the shoreline. ...
by December 28, 2017 3:00 PM We all know it s tradition to have black-eyed peas and cornbread on New Year s, but why? I and here is the answer. People eat black-eyed peas on New Year s to bring luck and prosperity in the new year. Black-eyed peas started out as a crop raised to feed animals up until the Civil War. It then became a nourishing food for Confederate soldiers when Sherman s troops destroyed other food crops. Now, especially in the south, it is a staple on New Year s eve. Along with eating black-eyed peas, another tradition is to have cabbage, or greens of some sort (turnip, mustard, collard or cabbage) which also brings good luck and prosperity. ...
Antibiotics are necessary to help treat bacterial infections. Antibiotics work by killing the bad bacteria in the gastrointestinal flora, thereby eliminating disease. However, antibiotics are known to eliminate some of the intestine's good bacteria as well. Consuming yogurt, with its live, active cultures, assists the body in restoring a healthy and balanced intestinal tract. Antibiotics are used to treat bacterial infections. Bacteria are tiny organisms that can cause illnesses such as tuberculosis, salmonella, syphilis and meningitis. In general, antibiotics work in two ways; they kill bacteria and stop bacteria from multiplying. Both work to remove harmful bacteria from the body and restore a normal balance. Antibiotics often have adverse side effects, the most common being diarrhea;
Apostolic Pentecostals teach that women should not cut their hair. They base this teaching on a literal interpretation of 1 Corinthians 11:1-16, which includes admonitions such as "every woman who prays or prophesies with her head uncovered dishonors her head" and "if a woman has long hair, it is her glory? For long hair is given to her as a covering. " Pentecostal churches which do not require women to wear long hair generally interpret these portions of the Bible as referring to a specific cultural issue in the Corinthian church during the time the New Testament was written. ...
everywhere. You should especially do this in areas that don't get much exposure to sunlight (fleas like humid and cool spots), anywhere that you find dried blood and feces (flea debris), and upholstered furniture. Before vacuuming the carpets, sprinkle salt, Borax or throughout. Work it into the base of the carpet with a broom. Let it sit for a few hours; all of these powders will cause the flea eggs that are tucked deep into the carpet to dry out. Don't let your pets walk on the carpet during this time, since they might get some stuff on their paws and lick it off, causing them to get sick. If there's a chance the pet will walk on the carpet, use baking soda and be thorough when working it into the base of the carpet so it doesn't sit on the surface and get on your pet's paws. When the