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Come fishing aboard the Miss Carolina and let Captain Rodney put you on the Fish! Whether it be exploring the calm inshore waters for Sea Trout and Redfish orventuring offshore for Bigger game including Tarpon, Cobia, King Mackerel andLarge Shark (Hammerhead, Tiger and Bull), Capt.
Big game fishing, which includes marlin fishing and tarpon fishing, is one of the more challenging sportfishing activities, due to the size of the game you are trying to capture. Depending on the waters that you are trying to test, plus the gear that you brought with you, it is very possible to catch that big fish, if you know how to use your skills, rod, and bait correctly. Here are five areas to work on (and how to improve them) to have leverage over that saltwater giant that you want to reel in.
Heart Healthy Diet: Low Fat, Low Cholesterol, Low Sodium Diet Purpose of the diet Control and / or decrease levels of cholesterol in your blood. Control and / or decrease blood pressure and / or fluid retention. Cholesterol This fat-like substance is necessary for good health. However, high levels in the blood can cause heart and blood vessel diseases. Our bodies make cholesterol. We also get it from eating foods from animals (meats, milk, eggs, cheese, butter). Foods from plants (fruits, vegetables, grains) do not contain cholesterol. Saturated fats These fats are generally solid at room temperature. They tend to increase blood cholesterol levels. Trans fatty acids These are fats that can raise cholesterol levels like saturated fat does. Trans fats are usually listed as partially hydrogenated oils. Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats These fats are generally liquid at room temperature. Some can lower blood cholesterol levels. More on next page Learn more about your health care. © Copyright 2000 - March 22, 2012. The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center - Upon request all patient education handouts are available in other formats for people with special hearing, vision and language needs, call (614) 293-3191. Page 2 How can I lower my blood cholesterol level? Decrease total fat intake, especially saturated and trans fats. Saturated fats are mainly in animal foods. Trans fats come mostly from partially hydrogenated plant oils. Foods that may contain trans fats include store bought baked goods, non-dairy whipped toppings, cream substitutes, some crackers and cookies, and many deep fried foods. To check for trans fats in a food, look for any oil that is “partially hydrogenated” in the ingredients on food labels. If a food has less than half a gram of trans fat per serving, the food manufacturer can list “zero grams of trans fat” on the food label, so it is best to check the ingredients for partially hydrogenated oils. Limit high cholesterol foods. Egg yolks, fatty meats, organ meats, butter, whole milk and other high fat dairy products are high cholesterol foods. Substitute monounsaturated fat or polyunsaturated fat for saturated fat in your diet. Monounsaturated fats include olive oil, peanut oil and canola oil. Safflower, corn and sunflower oils, and most margarines and salad dressings are examples of polyunsaturated fats. Also, fish has a higher content of polyunsaturated fat than red meat. A special note on fish: Many fish are low fat. Some fish that have a higher fat content such as salmon are high in a kind of fat called omega 3 fatty acids. This type of fat has been shown to be very heart healthy. It is recommended to eat fish three times a week for this reason. One caution: consider how you prepare it so that you don’t add large amounts of undesired fats. Baking, broiling, grilling or poaching fish is best. What is sodium? Sodium is a mineral that is necessary for good health and is present in all foods. Most people eat more sodium than they need. If the body cannot get rid of the extra sodium, fluid builds up. Extra fluid increases the work of the heart and kidneys, and may increase blood pressure. Eating less sodium may help control these problems. You will sometimes see the term sodium abbreviated "Na", as in NaCl (Sodium Chloride), which is table salt. The recommended sodium intake per day for most people is no more than 2300 milligrams (mg). For anyone who has high blood pressure, is over 50, or is African American, the sodium intake is 1,500 mg. Page 3 Sodium Guidelines To choose foods that are healthier for you, look for these labels: Sodium-free – less than 5 milligrams of sodium per serving Very low-sodium – 35 milligrams or less per serving Low-sodium – 140 milligrams or less per serving Reduced sodium – usual sodium level is reduced by 25 percent Unsalted, no salt added or without added salt – made without the salt, but still has the sodium that's a natural part of the food Know Your Salt When you are on a No Salt Added diet, even a small amount of salt has a lot of sodium in it. Amount of Sodium in Salt ¼ teaspoon salt 600 milligrams of sodium ½ teaspoon salt 1,200 milligrams of sodium ¾ teaspoon salt 1,800 milligrams of sodium 1 teaspoon salt 2,300 milligrams of sodium 1 teaspoon baking soda 1,000 milligrams of sodium How can I limit sodium?
How to Lose Weight Effortlessly and Keep It Off Forever I want to give you the simple steps that will allow you to lose weight faster and easier than ever before, and keep it off once and for all. Space does not permit me to go into the “whys” regarding each step. I can assure you that following these steps will absolutely work. The discovery of the reasons why Americans are so overweight, and an easy workable solution. Doing these steps will turn your body into a fat-burning furnace and bring your weight to its natural state. These steps also have tremendous health benefits as well. Diet & Supplements Drink a glass of water immediately upon rising Ideally, the water should be distilled. Absolutely no tap water. This starts the body’s metabolism and cleansing. Eat a big breakfast It is interesting to note that 80 percent of the people who are overweight eat a small breakfast or none at all. Eighty percent of thin people eat a large breakfast. Your breakfast should consist of as much as you want of the following items. Everything listed should be organic. Apples, pears, berries, kiwis, pineapples, grapefruit, plums, peaches, prunes, figs, rye bread, raw butter (raw means not pasteurized and not homogenized), raw milk, plain yogurt (this means no sugar or fruit), wild smoked salmon, beef in any form as long as it’s organic, chicken in any form as long as it’s organic, lamb in any form as long as it’s organic, tuna, sardines, eggs, tomatoes, peppers, salsa, celery, carrots, any vegetable, potatoes in limited amounts, coffee in limited amounts made with pure water not tap water with raw milk or cream and raw evaporated sugar cane juice or honey as a sweetener, real tea (not tea in tea bags). Drink 8 glasses of water each day People think drinking water will make them gain weight and be bloated. The exact opposite is true. If you are overweight you need to flush the toxins from your fat cells. Water is absolutely needed for you to lose weight. Eat organic grapefruits all day Remember the grapefruit diet? Well, it appears that there actually is an enzyme in grapefruits that burns fat. Eating grapefruits all day, as many and as often as you desire, will speed the fat burning process. Take digestive enzymes If you are overweight there is an excellent chance your body is not producing enough digestive enzymes, causing you to gain weight, feel bloated, have gas, indigestion, and constipation. Go to your health food store and inquire. Try several kinds to see which one works best for you. Eat organic apples all day The old saying is true – an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Apples are loaded with fiber and nutrients; they normalize your blood sugar and decrease your appetite. You should eat at least one apple every day. The more the better. Eat only organic meat, poultry & fish One of the reasons you are overweight is because of the growth hormone put in meat and poultry. If you want to lose weight, eat as much meat and poultry as you like as long as it is organic, grass fed, ideally kosher, and most importantly, has not been given growth hormone. The fish you eat should not be farm raised. Eat a huge salad at lunch & dinner I don’t care if your lunch is a cheeseburger, French fries, and a pint of ice cream, add to it a big, huge salad and eat that first. You’ll be amazed that you lose weight. The salad can contain anything you like as long as it is only vegetables and they are organic. The salad dressing should be organic olive oil and freshly squeezed lemon juice, or organic vinegar. If you really want to speed the weight loss process use organic apple cider vinegar. Add some organic sea salt, fresh ground pepper, or some garlic for taste. ...
By dinnertime, you'll be tired and hungry. You won't want to spend a lot of time preparing supper, but you'll be in the mood for something good. Now is the time to work a one pot wonder or two. Most of your dinner options start with boiling water. Pasta and rice are the mainstays of camp food, and in 10 minutes (or less) cooking time will provide bulk for your meals. With a little creativity, you can add variety. Any of these suggested dinners can be prepared with dried meat and some added freeze-dried or dehydrated vegetables. The key is to keep your camp meals simple. Suggested Dinners # Macaroni & Cheese (add dried soup, canned or dehydrated meat) # Noodle dinners (including Ramen) # Potato dishes (mashed potatoes, au gratin, or other packaged potatoes) # Minute Rice topped with instant gravies and sauces # Lentils # Instant mashed potatoes Pasta salads (in a box) # Couscous # Pilafs (lentil, wheat, rice, etc) # Tuna and other canned meats # Pepperoni, dried meats, sausages # Sardines and fish steaks # Specialty dehydrated meals # Dehydrated vegetables Excerpted from: Cooking for Campers and Backpackers By: Victoria and Frank Logue; Menasha Ridge Press [Taken from the Internet; Including the 8 following examples of one pot meal recipes] Examples of One Pot Meal Recipes Food 1 Curried Rice & Tuna Tuna Spaghetti ...
• Whole-grain pasta and brown rice • Onions and garlic Let the grocery store do some of the work for you. Look for precut, washed, ready-to-eat foods such as: • Packaged fresh vegetables, such as baby carrots, salad mixes, and chopped broccoli and cauliflower. These are great for making quick salads, soups, casseroles, and stir-fries. • Packaged, presliced fresh fruits, such as melon or pineapple. You can add these to a container of low-fat yogurt to make an easy fruit salad. What makes a healthy meal? If your plate includes lots of colorful vegetables, you're off to a good start. Include a type of whole grain, such as brown rice, whole wheat bread, or whole wheat tortillas. For protein, think lean. Good choices are grilled chicken, fish, or pork, or beans or tofu. For cooking, use healthy fats, such as olive or canola oil. Flavor your foods with herbs and lemon instead of salt. Can healthy also be fast? If you keep your kitchen stocked with healthy basics, you can pull together a quick dinner if you're pressed for time. Here are a few ideas for foods to keep on hand: • Frozen chicken breasts and fish fillets, without breading • Frozen vegetables • Frozen and canned fruits • Canned beans, such as pinto beans, white beans, and black beans • Low-sodium vegetable or chicken broth • Tomato sauce and pasta sauce • Precut, trimmed meat. Trimmed meat has less fat. And meat that has already been cut into strips or cubes cuts down on your preparation time. • Precooked chicken. Many grocery stores sell roast chicken in the deli section. You can chop or shred the cooked chicken and use it as a filling in burritos, soups, and casseroles. Some pre-cut foods may cost more than you want to spend. To save money, you can buy foods that aren't already cut up or cooked, cook or cut them yourself, and freeze the portions that you won't eat right away. For example, you can buy frozen chicken breasts, cook all of the chicken in the package, chop or shred the cooled chicken, and freeze a few batches for another time.
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ABSTRACT Solar refrigeration may have applications in both developed and developing countries. Applications in developing countries such as vaccine storage or large scale food preservation have been the subject of much research. In developed countries the main area of interest is air conditioning. Previous work on photo-voltaic and solar thermal systems is reviewed. Research at Warwick is underway on carbon ammonia refrigerators driven by the heat of steam condensing in a thermosyphon heat pipe. The heat source can be solar energy, biomass, or some combination of the two. A new area of interest is the use of desiccant wheel technology for solar powered air conditioning. The basic principles are described and past experience assessed. KEYWORDS Refrigeration, solar, biomass, carbon, ammonia, adsorption, heat transfer APPLICATIONS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES There is a demand for cooling in many parts of the world where there is no firm electricity supply and conventional fuels are difficult or expensive to obtain. Requirements tend to be either for medical uses where a high capital cost per kW of cooling is acceptable, or for food (especially fish) preservation where the cooling power required is much greater and the acceptable cost per kW may be lower. Vaccine storage refrigerators have been sold at a cost of £60-170 /W cooling , the lower cost being for a solar thermal system sold by the French company BLM and the larger for a typical photovoltaic system. These high costs are considered acceptable since the application is related to medical provision. Harvey  has shown that in the case of a fish storage ice-maker for Zambia, the required capital cost was £8.5/W and he concluded that a 1 tonne ice/day solar thermal refrigerator could be built to this price. There is little possibility that the higher costs per watt of the smaller units could be justified in larger plant. Possible refrigeration cycles There are five classes of cycle that can be used for renewable powered refrigeration systems. (Desiccant wheel technology for air conditioning is dealt with later)
Fellow Trojans, On behalf of the student body, we would like to thank you for your support of our 2012 Homecoming Celebration. For 2012, Homecoming here at TROY University has been re-imagined. TROY University has celebrated our football program, our worldwide campuses, and our birthday for the past few years and for 2012 we will begin a new journey. Trojans, the people of Troy are located everywhere; these individuals hold one or multiple degrees from Troy University. Trojans are here in Troy. Trojans are throughout Alabama. TROY Trojans are everywhere; from across the United States and worldwide. Trojans hold jobs in government, public health, education, public service, environmental science and many others. In two thousand and twelve a TROY degree can truly take you anywhere. So for our two thousand and twelve Homecoming celebration the TROY University Homecoming theme is based on Dr. Seuss’s quote: “From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere!” Dr. Seuss, One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Our theme of “Trojans: Here, There & Everywhere!” not only promotes our rich history of developing from a small normal school in Troy, AL. into a well known institution with students across the globe. But it also promotes Troy ties to literacy throughout the world. For 2012, Homecoming will have a service-oriented approach. Our Homecoming Philanthropy will be known as, “The Great TROY Book Drive.” Organizations and Campuses across the globe will donate books to their local libraries and or institutions for Adults, Children, and People alike. Homecoming week is a time for the students, faculty, alumni, and community to join together and celebrate our Trojan Pride! This is one of the most memorable, fun-filled, and exciting times of the year, and as you go throughout the week you should take time to find reasons why TROY University offers a future of opportunities that can truly take you anywhere. With Trojan Pride, Cody Farrill Vice President of Campus Activities