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The Great Gildersleeve: Disappearing Christmas Gifts / Economy This Christmas / Family Christmas







Premiering on August 31, 1941, The Great Gildersleeve moved the title character from the McGees’ Wistful Vista to Summerfield, where Gildersleeve now …

Bosco Chocolate Syrup Commercial (1950s)







This 1950s commercial advertises “extra rich, extra thick, extra chocolatey Bosco syrup.”

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I love Bosco, it’s rich and chocolatey
Chocolate flavored Bosco is mighty good for me
Mama puts it in my milk for extra energy
Bosco gives me iron and sunshine Vitamin D
Oh, I love Bosco, that’s the drink for me!
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Brain magic | Keith Barry







http://www.ted.com First, Keith Barry shows us how our brains can fool our bodies — in a trick that works via podcast too. Then he involves the audience in some jaw-dropping (and even a bit dangerous) feats of brain magic.

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Boost your energy and stamina with one simple trick







For the bodybuilder their is a simple but very effective way to boost your energy levels, stamina and immune system in one go.
Let me explain…
Before I even talk about training aspects, let me first take you down the road my wife was the past few years. She had severe restless legs syndrome and were continuously fatigued. Those that have severe restless legs syndrome will know that it can drive one crazy!
After many prescribed medications was tried, I got here to do some extensive blood-work tests.
A surprise was that she had very low magnesium levels in her blood.
Immediately the light went on! Magnesium plays a crucial factor in various muscle related functions as well as energy and ATP related functions in the body. It even have an impact on the nervous system and skeletal bone maintenance.
She was put on high dosage slow released magnesium supplements and within just a few days her restless legs syndrome disappeared. For her it was like a miracle. Her energy levels also drastically increased.
Slow Mag is now part of her daily supplementation.
This is a mineral that is so underrated. By far the greatest majority (in excess of 70%) of people is deficient of magnesium.
For the bodybuilder, a magnesium deficiency presents a big problem:
He WILL struggle to build muscle, feel fatigued and energy less continuously.
Being deficient will even result in an immune system being under pressure, thus further impact on available gym time. Thus also why critically important that any hiv+ person must make sure he/she supplement with slow mag.
Athletes and bodybuilder need more nutrients than less active people. So it will be a given that you will require supplementation of magnesium.
Magnesium further helps the bodybuilder to reduce the accumulation of lactic acid and reducing the perception of fatigue during heavy training.
Magnesium even helps lowering the blood pressure resulting in healthier kidneys and heart.
To sum it up, the bodybuilder will struggle severely to build muscles when magnesium deficient. He will be regularly sick due to compromised immune system, more prone to become diabetic and have a much higher risk for heart disease. His energy levels will be severely compromised and he will feel on edge the whole time…and much more!

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