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SALUD : Conoce la fruta que mata las células cancerosas

junio 8, 2013 12:27 pm

Publicado en: Salud, Titulares

La Guanábana o la fruta del árbol de Graviola es un producto milagroso para matar las células cancerosas. 

Es 10,000 veces más potente que la quimioterapia. 

¿Por qué no estamos enterados de ello? 

Porque existen organizaciones interesadas en encontrar una versión sintética, que les permita obtener fabulosas utilidades. 

Así que de ahora en adelante usted puede ayudar a un amigo que lo necesite, haciéndole saber que le conviene beber jugo de guanábana para prevenir la enfermedad. Su sabor es agradable. Ypor supuesto no produce los horribles efectos de la quimioterapia. 

Y sí tiene la posibilidad de hacerlo, plante un árbol de guanábana en su patio trasero. Todas sus partes son útiles.

La próxima vez que usted quiera beber un jugo, pídalo de guanábana. ¿Cuántas personas mueren mientras este secreto ha estado celosamente guardado para no poner en riegos las utilidades multimillonarias de grandes corporaciones? Como usted bien lo sabe el árbo…


What We’re Reading


Amit Dave/Reuters 
A Hindu priest arranges mangoes inside a temple during a mango festival in India.

Ecocentric: A primer on mangoes: why to love them and how to choose them. — Julia Moskin

Real Food Right Now and How to Cook It: Mango

By Kim O’Donnel | 06.26.2013 |

mangoes on a mango tree via

I love all fruits madly, but if I had to select my last supper menu, the mango sits darn near top of the list. 

However, my love comes with a caveat: it's a long-distance relationship. 

Unlike my darling brambles and cherries, which flourish in most of the country's foodsheds, the mango is a denizen of the tropics. 

Within the 50 states, mango country is limited to south Florida, Hawaii and to a lesser extent, southern California.

My kid brother Tim is among the lucky few with a backyard mango supply. In a recent phone call from Key West, he made his sister crazy with envy, singing the praises of his newly harvested Nam Doc Mai, a variety fr…


Enzymes /ˈɛnzmz/ are large biological molecules responsible for the thousands of chemical interconversions that sustain life.[1][2] They are highly selective catalysts, greatly accelerating both the rate and specificity of metabolic reactions, from the digestion of food to the synthesis of DNA. Most enzymes are proteins, although some catalytic RNA molecules have been identified. Enzymes adopt a specific three-dimensional structure, and may employ organic (e.g. biotin) and inorganic (e.g. magnesiumion) cofactors to assist in catalysis.

In enzymatic reactions, the molecules at the beginning of the process, called substrates, are converted into different molecules, called products. Almost all chemical reactions in a biological cell need enzymes in order to occur at rates sufficient for life. Since enzymes are selective for their substrates and speed up only a few reactions from among many possibilities, the set of enzymes made in a cell determines which metabolic pathways occur in that…


Nelson Mandela Life Support Shut Down as Respected Humanitarian Dies Age 94? (UPDATE)

Conflicting Reports on Nelson Mandela Death at 94 (Update)

Added by Michael Smith on June 26, 2013.

This is an update to the original article that I wrote last night. It has upset a lot of people and I have written an addendum with new facts that will prove our assertions that the great man is dead. If you want to read the original article please scroll down to the bottom of the page.

Despite the fact that reliable sources have revealed that after Nelson Mandela’s life support machine was shut down and he died with his family around him, the South African government continues to insist that Mandela is recovering and not dead yet. 

According to our sources in South Africa Nelson Mandela has died in the hospital aged 94.

We stand behind our original article and have provided the following information that has been supplied to us by our local South African sources.

Our sources have relayed to us that there is …

FUGA !!! : Calculan en $200 millardos salida de capitales en 14 años

Afirman que desde 1999 se centralizaron casi $700 millardos en el sector público

García Larralde advirtió sobre el uso discrecional de la renta G. PULIDO

jueves 27 de junio de 2013 12:00 AM

Durante 14 años de Gobierno de Hugo Chávez, entre 1999 y 2012, y pese a casi 10 años de control de cambio entre 2003 y 2012, la salida de capitales del país se calcula en 200 millardos de dólares, aseguró el economista Humberto García Larralde durante el Coloquio "Alberto Adriani" sobre política económica, organizado por la Academia Nacional de Ciencias Económicas en el Palacio de las Academias.

García Larralde realizó una presentación llamada "Impacto económico de la institucionalidad", donde explicó cómo se configuran los controles de precios y de cambio como los vigentes en Venezuela.

El economista afirmó que "la conclusión histórica y empírica es que los controles de precio han fracasados y no resuelven el problema de equidad".

En el caso…


The march of protest : A wave of anger is sweeping the cities of the world

The protests around the world :  Politicians beware 

Jun 29th 2013 |From the print edition

A FAMILIAR face appeared in many of the protests taking place in scores of cities on three continents this week: a Guy Fawkes mask with a roguish smile and a pencil-thin moustache. 

The mask belongs to “V”, a character in a graphic novel from the 1980s who became the symbol for a group of computer hackers called Anonymous. His contempt for government resonates with people all over the world.

The protests have many different origins. 

In Brazil people rose up against bus fares, in Turkey against a building project. 

Indonesians have rejected higher fuel prices, Bulgarians the government’s cronyism. 

In the euro zone they march against austerity, and the Arab spring has become a perma-protest against pretty much everything. 

Each angry demonstration is angry in its own way.

Yet just as in 1848, 1968 and 1989, when people also found a collective voice, the demonstrators have much in common. 

Over the past fe…


Grocery store geography


I've been poking around grocery store locations, courtesy of AggData, the past few days. There's a grocery store just about everywhere you go in the United States, because, well, we gotta eat. They look similar in that they sell produce on one side, meat in the back, and snacks and soda on the side opposite the produce. Magazines and small candies are carefully situated at eye-level by the cash registers. There's usually a deli counter and prepared foods near the bread section. And yet, despite the generic format and layout, these stores can remind us of places and specific periods of our lives.
When I was a kid, I'd go to Save Mart and you'd get hit with the aroma of cupcakes and fresh bread from the bakery right at the entrance. They had cake samples at the counter, which was too high for me to reach, so my mom would grab me a piece. I totally get the "like a fat kid loves cake" line…