Author: Ken Walters

The Signs and Symptoms of Celiac Disease

Celiac disease is a chronic, autoimmune disease of the digestive tract that damages the villi of the small intestine and interferes with absorption of all nutrients from food. It is not the same as having gluten sensitivity! Gluten sensitivity is similar to lactose intolerance. Your body can’t break down gluten, but you can take enzymes that help your body break down gluten. In addition, you do not have an allergic reaction to eating gluten. Celiac disease, however, is an autoimmune disease in which the body attacks itself when a person with celiac disease consumes even the smallest amount of...

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3 Reasons Why the World is Becoming Obese

Americans have been getting larger by the day, and a lot of Americans are wondering why, but this isn’t just an American problem now. It’s becoming a global issue! According to the World Health Organization (WHO), global obesity has doubled since 1980! Why has obesity increased on a global scale for the past 30 years? I’d like to quote an article about obesity that the World Health Organization published last year: The fundamental cause of obesity and overweight is an energy imbalance between calories consumed and calories expended. Globally, there has been: an increased intake of energy-dense foods that are...

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A Beginner’s Guide to TVs

Just like computers, televisions have come a long way since the 1960’s. TVs were bulky, heavy, awkward, and expensive! TV providers, on the other hand, weren’t very reliable, didn’t offer many channels, and some of those channels didn’t even have color! You have to start somewhere, though! The standard televisions at that time were using the good old cathode ray tube (CRT) for a display type, which was eventually replaced by modern LCDs, Plasmas, and the newer OLEDs. The standard resolution of a CRT TV was 640 x 480 pixels, which most people refer to as standard definition. The CRT also had a refresh rate of up to 60+ hertz, which is...

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A Beginner’s Guide to Smartphones

We’ve all seen it from teenagers, and even some adults, with their faces glued to their cell phones. Whether they’re at work, at school, or at a family function, these people (you know who you are!) are always slouched over their darned smartphones, and they are looking at their social media, playing games, browsing the internet, checking their email, and who knows what else. They’ve become smartphone zombies. Nothing you say or do can take them away from their smartphone, even when they’re at work, and you think to yourself, what is so special about these devices that make...

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7 Important Tips for Choosing a Location for Your Business

As I mentioned in my article 7 Steps to Follow When Starting a Business, location is the most important aspect to consider when starting (or even expanding) your business. You have to think carefully about where you should place your business. If you don’t think it through and you place your business in the wrong area, then you will most likely lose out on a lot of potential customers, a strong workforce, or even go bankrupt. As having a background in city planning, I’m amazed on the locations that some businesses decide to build or rent out. I’ve seen businesses located in the...

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