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The active ingredient in Hoodia Gordonii,-the molecule known as P57, copies the effect that glucose has on your brain, telling your brain that you feel full. Your brain has what is called the Hypothalamus that controls your appetite. When you eat the glucose levels in your body rise. As these levels go up, the Hypothalamus sends a signal out to get you to slow down and stop eating. Hoodia Gordonii's molecule P57, mimicks the glucose signal, the hypothalamus is fooled and starts to send messages to eat less, so you eat less. Hoodia Gordonii - The Hoodia Gordonii Cactus Like Plant has been used by the South African San Bushmen for generations. Through experience and folklore the San Bushmen discovered that Hoodia Gordonii was a natural appetite suppressant and thirst quencher, and ideal support during their long and arduous hunting trips. In addition to Hoodia, we have compounded a synergistic blend of Thermogenic ingredients to provide you with one of the most potent and unique weight loss formulas on the market today. CERTIFIED SOUTH AFRICAN HOODIA GORDONII: The South African government certifies all Hoodia Gordonii exported from their county. Because Hoodia gordonii is an endangered species All exports must be accompanied by a C.I.T.E.S.permit. Beware of imposters and fraudulent Hoodia products on the Internet and on store shelves:78% (13)
Reindeer at the Highland Wildlife Park, Scotland - August 2008
The reindeer (Rangifer tarandus), also known as the caribou when wild in North America, is an Arctic and Subarctic-dwelling deer, widespread and numerous across the northern Holarctic. The reindeer is widespread and numerous in the northern Holarctic. Originally it was found in Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Russia, Mongolia, and northern China north of the 50th latitude. In North America it was found in Alaska, Canada, and the northern U.S. States from Washington to Maine. In the 19th century, it was apparently still present in southern Idaho. It also occurred naturally on Sakhalin, Greenland, and probably even in historical time in Scotland and Ireland. During the late Pleistocene, reindeer were found as far south as Nevada and Tennessee in North America and Spain in Europe. Today, wild reindeer have disappeared from many areas within this large historical range, especially from the southern parts where it vanished almost everywhere. Large populations of wild reindeer are still found in Siberia, Greenland, Alaska, and Canada. Domesticated reindeer are mostly found in northern Scandinavia, Russia, and Iceland (where they were introduced by humans in the 18th century). The last wild reindeer in Europe are found in portions of southern Norway.The southern boundary of the species' natural range is approximately at 62° north latitude. Southern-most reindeer: a South Georgian reindeer with velvet-covered horns.A few reindeer from Norway were introduced to the South Atlantic island of South Georgia in the beginning of the 20th century. Today there are two distinct herds still thriving there, permanently separated by glaciers. Their total numbers are no more than a few thousand. The flag and the coat of arms of the territory contain an image of a reindeer. Around 4,000 reindeer have been introduced into the French subantarctic archipelago of Kerguelen Islands. The weight of a female varies between 60 and 170 kg (130 and 370 lb). In some subspecies of reindeer, the male is slightly larger; in others, the male can weigh up to 300 kg (660 lb). Both sexes grow antlers, which (in the Scandinavian variety) for old males fall off in December, for young males in the early spring, and for females, summer. The antlers typically have two separate groups of points (see image), a lower and upper. Domesticated reindeer are shorter-legged and heavier than their wild counterparts. Reindeer have specialized noses featuring nasal turbinate bones that dramatically increase the surface area within the nostrils. Incoming cold air is warmed by the animal's body heat before entering the lungs, and water is condensed from the expired air and captured before the deer's breath is exhaled, used to moisten dry incoming air and possibly absorbed into the blood through the mucous membranes. Reindeer hooves adapt to the season: in the summer, when the tundra is soft and wet, the footpads become spongy and provide extra traction. In the winter, the pads shrink and tighten, exposing the rim of the hoof which cuts into the ice and crusted snow to keep the animal from slipping. This also enables them to dig down (an activity known as "cratering") through the snow to their favorite food, a lichen known as reindeer moss. The knees of many species of reindeer are adapted to produce a clicking sound as they walk. The reindeer coat has two layers of fur, a dense woolly undercoat and longer-haired overcoat consisting of hollow, air-filled hairs. Reindeer are ruminants, having a four-chambered stomach. They mainly eat lichens in winter, especially reindeer moss. However, they also eat the leaves of willows and birches, as well as sedges and grasses. There is some evidence to suggest that on occasion they will also feed on lemmings, arctic char, and bird eggs. Mating occurs from late September or October to early November. Males battle for access to females. Two males will lock each other’s antlers together and try to push each other away. The most dominant males can collect as many as 15-20 females to mate with. A male will stop eating during this time and lose much of its body reserves. Calves may be born the following May or June. After 45 days, the calves are able to graze and forage but continue suckling until the following fall and become independent from their mothers. The reindeer travels the furthest of any terrestrial mammal. The caribou of North America can run at speeds up to 80 km/h (50 mph) and can travel as much as 5,000 km (3,100 mi) a year. Migrations can number in the thousands. The most extensive migrations occur in spring and fall. During fall migrations, the groups become smaller and the reindeer begin to mate. During the winter, reindeer travel to forested areas to forage under the snow. By spring, groups leave their winter grounds to go to the calving grounds. A reindeer can swim easily and quickly; migrating herds will not hesitate to swim across a large lake or broad river. The reindeerSupplements
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Oolong Tea is a kind of semi-fermented tea. Oolong tea is loved in both China and Japan . The best Oolong Tea is from Fujian, China because it is the home of Oolong Tea. The people from China and Japan drink Oolong tea daily and a lot of Chinese restraunts in the U.S. serve customers with Oolong Tea. The benefits of drinking Oolong tea are : 1. The rich polyphenols in Oolong Tea help to kill free radicals and lower cholestrols; 2. It is excellent for hangover; 3. Oolong Tea is also called as Beauty Tea because it keeps you slim and it is good for your skin. The Oolong Tea we offer is directly from Fujian, China. The Brand is Sea Dyke Brand, which is the most famous brand both in China and Japan. Oolong Tea is delicious. Please try it.Similar posts:
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