Thursday, 17 March 2016

On: FG suspends PTAD DG over claims of her receiving N50m monthly salary and allowances

The Director General of the Pen­sion Transition Arrangement Directorate (PTAD), Nellie Mayshak, has been placed on indefinite suspension and is being investigated after it was discovered that she allegedly re­ceived N50 million monthly in salary plus other allow­ances.

On Haunting Photos Of A 15-Year-Old Forced To Marry A Man Twice Her Age

Photojournalist Allison Joyce was on assignment for Getty Images in her home of Bangladesh last summer when she passed a huge wedding tent being set up alongside the road. Curious what was going on, she asked a passerby who told her the wedding was set for the next day, and thousands of guests had been invited. But the detail that struck Joyce was the fact that the bride was only in the sixth grade. The next day, Nasoin Akhter would be married off to a man twice her age. Joyce returned the next morning with her camera, and was welcomed into the ceremony.

On 5-Year-Old Girl Paralyzed After Performing Backbend on Living Room Floor: 'It's Just Devastating,' Says Mom

Eden Hoelscher was left paralyzed from the waist down in December after performing a backbend that damaged her entire spine – but the inspiring 5-year-old isn't letting the devastating injury crush her resilient spirit.

GREAT NEWS: Doctors Confirm That HIV/AIDS Cure Has Finally Been Found!

Doctors in Barcelona, Spain consider they’ve discovered the remedy to HIV – the AIDS-causing virus that impacts the lives of greater than 34 million individuals worldwide, in line with WHO.

Jadore- Fashion : Office hours

When it comes to suits and blazers, I love pieces that not only fit well, but are made with great quality wool just like this Citizen's Mark blazer. I was impressed with the amazing quality, durability, fit and cut and it is definitely great for work.

I have teamed up with Citizen's Mark for a $50 code off all purchases at Citizen's Mark. The code is JADOREFASHION50 and is valid until March 29, 2016. Happy Shopping!

On Sugar Has Been found To Be A Major Cause Of Cancer!

The fact that sugar and obesity are linked to an increased risk of cancer is now becoming well-recognized. According to a report2 on the global cancer burden, published in 2014, obesity is responsible for an estimated 500,000 cancer cases worldwide each year.

How Excess Sugar and Obesity Promotes Cancer
One of the key mechanisms by which sugar promotes cancer and other chronic disease is through mitochondrial dysfunction.

Since sugar is not our ideal fuel, it burns dirty with far more reactive oxygen species than fat, which generates far more free radicals which in turn causes mitochondrial and nuclear DNA damage along with cell membrane and protein impairment.

Research6 has also shown that chronic overeating in general has a similar effect. Most people who overeat also tend to eat a lot of sugar-laden foods — a double-whammy in terms of cancer risk.

Chronic overeating places stress on the endoplasmic reticulum (ER), the membranous network found inside the mitochondria of your cells. When the ER receives more nutrients than it can process, it signals the cell to dampen the sensitivity of the insulin receptors on the surface of the cell.

Thus continuously eating more than your body really needs promotes insulin resistance by the mere fact that your cells are stressed by the work placed on them by the excess nutrients. Insulin resistance in turn is at the heart of most chronic disease, including cancer.

High-Fructose Corn Syrup Primary Culprit in CancerThis also helps explain why intermittent fasting (as well as other forms of calorie restriction) is so effective for reversing insulin resistance, reducing your risk of cancer, and increasing longevity.

Obesity, caused by a combination of eating too much refined fructose/sugar and rarely if ever fasting, may also promote cancer via other mechanisms, including chronic inflammation and elevated production of certain hormones, such as estrogen, which is associated with an increased risk for breast cancer.

According to recent research,7,8 from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, refined sugar not only significantly increases your risk of breast cancer, it also raises your risk of tumors spreading to other organs.

Moreover, this study found that it was primarily the refined fructose in high-fructose corn syrup, found in most processed foods and beverages that was responsible for the breast tumors and the metastasis.

Without Sugar, Cancer Cannot Thrive
One of the most powerful strategies I know of to avoid and/or treat cancer is to starve the cancer cells by depriving them of their food source, which is primarily sugar and excessive protein.

Unlike all the other cells in your body, which can burn carbs or fat for fuel, cancer cells have lost that metabolic flexibility and can only thrive if there enough sugar present.

German cancer researcher Dr. Otto Warburg was actually given a Nobel Prize in 1931 for discovering this. Sadly very few experts have embraced his metabolic theory of cancer, but have embraced the nuclear genetic theory that is a downstream side effect of mitochondrial dysfunction.

Make no mistake about it, the FIRST thing you want to do if you want to avoid or treat cancer if you have insulin or leptin resistance (which 85 percent of people do) is to cut out all forms of sugar/fructose and grain carbs from your diet, in order to optimize the signaling pathways that contribute to malignant transformation.

Reduce Your Fructose and Non-Fiber Carb Intake

I recommend reducing your total fructose intake to a maximum of 25 grams/day, from all sources, including fruit. If you are insulin resistant, you’d do well to make your upper limit 15 grams/day.

Cancer patients would likely be best served by even stricter limits. For a more detailed discussion please review my interview with Professor Thomas Seyfried, who is one of the leading cancer pioneer researchers in promoting how to treat cancer nutritionally. I personally believe that most would benefit from reducing all non-fiber carbs (total carbs minus fiber), not just fructose, to less than 100 grams per day.

I typically keep mine around 50 to 60 grams every day.

The easiest way to dramatically cut down on your sugar and fructose consumption is to switch to REAL foods, as most of the added sugar you end up with comes from processed fare, not from adding a teaspoon of sugar to your tea or coffee. But there are other ways to cut down well. This includes:

Cutting back on the amount of sugar you personally add to your food and drink
Using stevia or luo han instead of sugar and/or artificial sweeteners. You can learn more about the best and worst of sugar substitutes in my previous article, “Sugar Substitutes — What’s Safe and What’s Not”
Using fresh fruit in lieu of canned fruit or sugar for meals or recipes calling for a bit of sweetness
Using spices instead of sugar to add flavor to your meal


Tuesday, 15 March 2016


What is the secret to the success of the top 20+ richest people in Nigeria? Who are the Nigerian billionaires and how did they amass their wealth? What are the business success secrets of the successful entrepreneurs in Nigeria? What does it take to become a billionaire in Nigeria? If the answer to any of these questions interests you, then please read on.

Monday, 14 March 2016

Meet South Africa’s Only Black Billionaire, Patrice Motsepe, Gives Half Of His Wealth To The Poor

Jadore: Vacation Diaries: Montego Bay, Jamaica

Traveling with a group of fun individuals definitely made my second visit to Montego Bay interesting. From chatting all night to relaxing on the beach, and going on fun excursions and city tours, Jamaica was a trip to remember.

We had the opportunity of eating at a Jamaican bakery and our tour through downtown Montego Bay was fun and we got to see the Rose Hall Great House along the way and we stopped close to Margaritaville for some shopping.

Another favorite activity was a trip to the "Original Mayfield Fall" and to Negril beach. Words can't explain how much fun I had at the Mayfield Fall. The mineral rich water was exhilarating. I felt like a kid again climbing up the fall. There wasn't too much tourists, so it was nice to take our time, sit and receive a refreshing massage and experience the natural skin exfoliation.  It took about a hour to get through the fall. Make sure to bring your water shoes.

Our next experience was a trip to Seven Mile Beach, Negril. Great beach experience...gorgeous white sands and turquoise water. The sunset is magical...I love watching the sunrise and sunset. The sunset at the Seven Mile Beach was a perfect ending to our stay in Jamaica.

Photographed by Paosin


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