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Contents

Vol #14 Aug/Sept 2016 8th edition Articles Feature Articles 8

A Perfect Fit - By Gail Lewis

14 Live Free - Without Fear. Get a NYC ID

22 Is Colin Kaepernick More Right Than You Know?

“Cook-Up with Chef Patrick” Chef W. P. Simpson

24 The Beauty Boutique

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15 Displaced Millionaires By Sharon R. Frank

26 Gerdie René Gordon of The Beauty Boutique

16 TEHRS Book Release, Concert & Empowerment Seminar

28 Drink THIS First Think in the Mornings By Mike Geary

20 Are Jamaican Sprint Runners Genetic Outliers?

30 6 Things You Didn’t Know About Watermelon

Greatest sprinter of all time Usain Bolt

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PUBLISHER’S VIBE

COULD YOUR BUSINESS BE FAILING BECAUSE OF

YOU?

Clive Williams, CEO/ Publisher _________________________

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his topic may appear to many of my learned and hyper informed readers, as somewhat of an over-simplification of a complex subject. If, for example you are a graduate student in business management or, for that matter, a seasoned business owner or entrepreneur, you might want to take issue with my premise. Please feel free to offer a rebuttal, but I assure you that my compelling argument defies your conventional notion of the “business activity” as it plays out in real life. Whether I direct this concept to a Black inner city business owner or a white suburban business owner, the message is consistent, YOU are YOUR business. You are the heart, soul and mind of your business, the very essence of it, whenever you ignore that principle, you pay dearly……disruption is inevitable.

YOU come in. YOU- conceived the idea of the business, that idea or thought is then crystallized in the formation and birth of an actual business model - a living organism teeming with dynamism, energy, ideas, hope and optimism. YOUR effort and achievement is the result of a process that unleashed - YOUR Vision, Creativity, Motivation, Intent, Planning, Knowledge, Hard Work and Determination and the person Driving all that activity is YOU.

So stop making excuses, stop blaming your staff – train them. Stop blaming the economy, work with it. Stop complaining about your competition – raise your game. Stop complaining about your customers, find better ways to serve them. Create a business culture that values your customers and empowers your staff. If YOU take credit for its birth, then take responsibility for its growth and all the pains that accompany that growth. The business is YOURS, own it! I personally recall the years 2007 and 2008 when newspapers and magazines were dying like flies, the industry was hemorrhaging. What did I do? I decided that it was smarter to cut Traditionally, the business enterprise is largely my operational costs rather than raise my rates. perceived as brick and mortar leveraged by an I didn’t take time to blame other factors for the infusion of money and powered by a labor force. state of my business. I looked at myself in the Despite the dramatic shift in business activity mirror and took responsibility for the product I due to technological trends and innovations, the created. YOU must quickly decide whether you are business model is still seen by many as a physical going to wallow in the Problem or be the Solution structure. to the Problem. That perception of the business model as a largely physical but impersonal enterprise, discounts the reality of the psychological element of business. It is true that more books are being written and more courses are being taught about the importance of behaviors and attitudes in business, but the missing element is a full awareness that the business model is a product of the Creative Thought Process. This is where 6 | PULSE OF THE CARIBBEAN PEOPLE

You have to constantly re-visit YOUR vision, YOUR intention, YOUR willingness to work hard, be determined to succeed, then, project that message to your team and your customers. This requires an on-going investment in your mental and emotional state. Am I saying businesses don’t fail because of a bad economy, because of bad government policies, because of demographic shifts? No! What I am in fact saying is, the one big reason that most businesses fail, is because the Leaders vision was impaired, very much like the Captain of the Titanic. Business ownership and entrepreneurship really means that you own full Authority, Responsibility and Accountability for all its activities and outcomes. It’s a lonely journey that comes with high risks and equally high rewards. If you are reading this and you are a business owner or an entrepreneur, I encourage you to step back and evaluate your original Vision, Intention, Work Ethic and Determination. If you are thinking of becoming a business owner or entrepreneur, I encourage you to check very carefully your intention or reason for choosing that career path, even if you believe you are successful in what you are doing, you might want to re-evaluate your path, as your success might be consistently at the expense of others. Businesses that are run with the wrong intentions, wrong motivations and wrong reasons are doomed to failure. Business that are run with the intention to raise the quality of service, raise the quality of life and continue to apply the best practices in its industry will continue to survive and thrive.

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A Perfect Fit

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ecently, a colleague was asked to be the keynote speaker at a local Jamaican civic organization’s dinner dance. He convinced himself that he was going to deliver the speech to top all speeches: He would use the podium to address political and economic disparities in Jamaica, and call the audience to join him in reinventing the Jamaican Social Compact. Fifteen minutes into his speech however, the audience, who had just finished eating dinner, had grown bored. The speech was just too heavy for the occasion. The ladies were dressed to the nines, hair and nails done. The men were ready to get down on the dance floor. The speaker kept droning on. At one point, twenty-five minutes into the speech, a very well dressed audience member walked up to the podium and slipped the keynote speaker a cocktail napkin with a handwritten note. The note read, “Please finish now. We are

bored. This is too much for us right now.”

public speaker. Know your audience. Be mindful of the occasion at which you will speak. The keynote speaker abruptly ended his speech, A speech written to address the United Nations the audience hastily applauded, and the dancing General Assembly will be out-of-place at a local and festivities commenced. awards dinner. Tailor your message to your Oftentimes, when we have an opportunity to audience, and their needs, and it will always be give an address or a toast, we are tempted to a perfect fit. stretch our fifteen minutes of fame into an hour that will, we are convinced, propagate change. But what we tend to forget, are the desires and feelings of listeners. At this fete, the celebrants wanted to experience joy: It was a celebration, not a schoolhouse. My colleague, with his heavy, fact-laden, complex speech, did not take the needs of his audience into consideration when writing his manuscript. His only concern was with impressing his audience with multi-syllabic laden speech with no structure or real substance. The takeaway: Try not to be an inappropriate

Gail Lewis, M.A., is an Assistant Professor of Communications who never passes up an opportunity to watch Star Trek with her family. A syndicated columnist, award-winning Toastmaster, and blogger, she also hosts the talk show Communication Corner, www.YouTube.com/ TheCommDepot, on Queens Public Television.

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REAL ESTATE REALITY

Displaced Millionaires By Sharon R. Frank

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he internet is full of articles on real estate; what to do, what not to do, how to sell fast, sell high, buy low, and most of it is helpful ... unless, you happen to live in an area where the rules of real estate don’t apply. What could that possibly mean? Some areas within major cities, most notably the outer boroughs of New York City just don’t follow the trends. The two most common reasons are high interest from a particular ethnic group with financial resources, or gentrification. Gentrification is the term used to explain why neighborhoods, which might not have previously been in great demand, become very valuable because they are affordable compared to the centers of culture and employment nearby. The Brooklyn real estate market is a great example. During the period from 2008 through 2010, while the rest of the country’s real estate market suffered a steep decline in home values and the mortgage market crashed,

Brooklyn real estate home values continued to climb. The Brooklyn real estate market is unique due to the borough’s cultural and ethnic diversity and proximity to Manhattan, so the factors that influenced this unique real estate phenomenon included the supply and demand ratio re-discovered in the Brooklyn real estate market as well as the resurgence of neighborhoods. Some of the most sought after neighborhoods were once considered undesirable, but are now in high demand by buyers of all races due to the spill-over from would be buyers who want the convenience of living near Manhattan, but can’t afford Manhattan’s unaffordable real estate market. According to the National Percentile Rank, some of the neighborhoods affected by the resurgence are, Bedford Stuyvesant, Williamsburg, Bushwick, Ocean Hill, to name a few, has a median income of $21,706. The makeup of these neighborhoods are Blacks 58.5% , Hispanics 33.6% and other races 7.9%. What does it mean for current owners? How does this impact the low income, poor, or retirees who have lived in these communities for decades, who

Sharon R. Frank now have discovered that their homes are worth millions? Does this make them millionaires based on the equity of their property or is equity an “illusion” to these low income home owners? That all depends upon the answer to the real questions, which are - can these homeowners sell their existing homes and relocate comfortably? And where would they go when their home is their only real asset and their income is low? So, while many Brooklyn homeowners may be sitting on a veritable goldmine, the difficulty of accessing that value can mean that they are displaced millionaires, who are neither here nor there.

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FEATURE Celebrity Chef Wenford Patrick Simpson Launches His Cooking Show,

“Cook-Up with Chef Patrick,” on TEMPO Networks The list of celebrities Chef Patrick has cooked for is as diverse as his flavor combinations. Only a few of the notable names include the Clintons, Felicia Rashad, Washington DC Mayor Murial Bowser, Donald Trump, Mike Tyson, Jamie Foxx and Air Supply. With a dynamic, indefatigable energy level, Chef Patrick’s engaging, sincere personality is beloved by co-workers and customers alike.

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hef Wenford Patrick Simpson is known by many for his talent in infusing a variety of tastes and culinary influences, but those who know him are drawn to his genuinely amiable nature.

A popular fixture in Macy’s and Bloomingdales, Chef Patrick has also been recognized in countless cooking arenas, spicing up the Potato Latke Festival, making appearances on several media outlets— stay tuned for an upcoming appearance on Food Network—and recently taking top honors at the Latet MasterChef competition. However, always proud of his Caribbean heritage, perhaps the chef ’s most popular dishes are perhaps those closest to his roots and his heart.

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During an elegant dinner meeting at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, Chef Patrick and the founder of TEMPO Networks, Frederick Morton, held exclusive conversations about the evolution of TEMPO Networks new cooking show, Cook-Up with Chef Patrick. Chef Patrick says, “I am excited to partake in this wonderful adventure with TEMPO Networks in having my own show! It is truly a dream come true. I cannot wait to show the world the great cuisines created and take them on a journey of flavors.”

Born in Jamaica, Chef Patrick’s love started humbly in his family’s kitchen, but quickly developed into a true passion as he began experimenting with different flavor combinations. His magical flare in the kitchen was quickly recognized and encouraged by the adults in his life, and he was granted two internships to learn about baking and cooking while he was still in school. The chef ’s talents took him in several different directions after graduation. His first job coincided with the end of his schooling, when he immediately began in the kitchens Club Caribbean. He then worked in Jamaica Grand Hotel and Sandals before shifting to Royal Caribbean and then Disney Cruise Lines. Later, his reputation grew at New York’s Negril Restaurant for his American and Jamaicaninspired dishes.

Chef Wenford Patrick Simpson is known for his talent of infusing a variety of flavors in his dishes and his culinary influences, but those who really know him are drawn to his genuinely amiable nature. Chef Patrick is currently Corporate Executive Chef for B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York, NY, Highline Ballroom, Howard Theater in Washington D.C, and Subrosa. As a celebrity chef, Chef Patrick pushes the boundaries in the kitchen, creating a truly unique dining experience born out of Caribbean spices, Southern cooking with an American flair. Each dish he creates is a work of art, not only in flavor combinations but on the plate as well.

On this show Chef Patrick fuses the beauty of the Caribbean, including its diverse cultures and traditions, from French, Dutch, and Spanish influences and takes viewers on a delicious journey. There will be various genres of music including Reggae, Soca, Pop, R&B, Hip-Hop, Rock, and more mixed in the show, with the world renowned acts performing at B.B.King Blues Club & Grill and Chef Patrick’s celebrity friends popping in. Chef Wenford Patrick Simpson has announced that he will be launching his cooking show “Cook-Up with Chef Patrick” on the TEMPO Networks, a pan-Caribbean television channel broadcasting the music and culture of the Caribbean. The show will begin airing soon on Optimum channel 1105 and Verizon Fios channel 267.

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sain Bolt is the kind of performer that makes superlatives inadequate. His dominance, showmanship, universal appeal and sheer talent has left sports writers unsure of what else to say of this – “greatest sprinter of all time.” This is not to say Karl Lewis, Michael Johnson and Jessie Owens weren’t great, not to mention one of my personal heroes and the man who started it all by breaking the 10 second barrier namely, Jim Hines; but in a larger more expansive and competitive system Usain Bolt has defied and remade the laws of motion by taking the world record for the 100m to 9.58 seconds and the 200m World record to 19.19m. Bolt has established himself soundly as the world’s greatest sprinter of all time and Jamaica’s national treasure. So like Robert Nesta Marley, Usain Bolt” run the world.”( Like the pun?) As Jamaicans and fans we feel a sense of unbridled pride for his exploits, but also great respect and admiration for the people who nurtured this amazing talent. Just imagine how his family must feel, his mother and father Jennifer and Wellesley as well as his brother and sister Sadiki and Sherine. The entire village of Sherwood Content in Trelawny should be a shrine for the Bolt family. My fervent hope is that the Jamaican government

will not just heap honors on this young man, but nurture and protect his legacy as a monument for the example, motivation, encouragement for other young Jamaicans. Usain did not become one of the richest athletes in the world because of his academic achievements, nor did he become world famous because of special privileges he received. He became famous because of a talent he possessed, which thankfully was nurtured and developed by not only a loving family, but

Ministry of Sports should appoint Usain Bolt a junior Minister with the portfolio, to bring other nations that are under performing at the Olympics in the sprints The United States could be our first client, (ask Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gaye) followed by any number of European, Asian or African countries to observe and learn the phenomenon of “the sprint factory” for a fee. Jamaica is itself a phenomenon - with a population of 2.8mil people Jamaica has placed 16th in Gold medal count in the recently concluded Rio Olympics, in a field of over 200, beating countries like, Canada, Argentina, Cuba, Denmark, Sweden and New Zealand, to name a few. We are the only country to have created an incubator for track and field athletes through our yearly inter-school championships, which is proudly displayed annually at the Penn Relays in Pennsylvania.

Since the Jamaican government has not demonstrated the vision and leadership to capitalize on our by a system and training methodology that is real resources, then, could someone in the uniquely dubbed “the sprint factory”, a system Private Sector Organization of Jamaica forge from which most of Jamaica’s leading sprinters a partnership with them to ensure that this have emerged. phenomenal legacy grows and survives? I wrote this before and I am writing it again for Whereitzat wishes Usain a happy belated 30th emphasis. “The sprint factory phenomenon” is birthday. May you live long and strong, please a unique resource unlike traditional resources don’t live as fast as you run, you have work to do. which should be exploited to the max. The PULSE OF THE CARIBBEAN PEOPLE | 19


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amaica has been dubbed the sprint factory of the world, and the exploits of athletes representing our country have been well documented. Indeed, at the recently concluded Olympics, we witnessed Usain Bolt achieve the historic triple-triple, mining gold in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay, and Elaine Thompson becoming the first woman in decades to win the sprint double, as well as Omar McLeod becoming the first Jamaican man to win a gold medal in the sprint hurdles at a major global event. Jamaica won 11 medals at the Rio Olympics - six gold, three silver and two bronze, finishing at number 15 on the medal table.

the European Junior champion, and his personal best time of 19.95 seconds is the second fastest men’s relay team during the first round in Rio. ever for a British sprinter.

But what is even more remarkable is the presence of Jamaican blood in the men’s 100m sprinting pool. Usain Bolt completed the sprint double, But what is even more remarkable is the presence and the quartet of Asafa Powell, Yohan Blake, of Jamaican DNA in athletes representing other Nickel Ashmeade and Bolt won the sprint relay countries. final, with Kemar Bailey-Cole and Jevaughn Minzie being gold medallists as well, as they ran in the semi-final. But, in addition to these men, there were several others who were born in Jamaica or are of Jamaican parentage who graced the track. Andrew Fisher (upper) and Ashani Kemarley Brown (lower). Jamaica-born athletes, who have represented the land of their birth, now represent Bahrain, and both qualified for the

Natasha Hastings, who ran for the United States of America and won gold as a member of Jak Ali Harvey, formerly Jacques Montgomery the 4x400m relay quartet, and came fourth in Harvey, who was born in Hanover, competed for Turkey and reached the semi-final of the men’s the 400m final, has a Jamaican father. 100m event. At the 2016 European Athletics Nethaneel Joseph Mitchell-Blake competed Championships, he won a silver, becoming the for Great Britain and reached the semi-final of first Turkish athlete ever to claim a medal at that the 200m. He was born in England, of Jamaican event. parents, and lived in Jamaica for a while during his adolescence, where he represented Emre Zafer Barnes, formerly Winston Barnes, Jamaica College at the ISSA Boys and Girls’ is also Jamaica-born, and along with Harvey ran Championships. In 2013, Mitchell-Blake was a Turkish record of 38.30 as part of the 4x100m 20 | PULSE OF THE CARIBBEAN PEOPLE

100m semi-finals. While attending Merritt College in California, Brown twice won the California Community College title in the 100m, clocking 9.93 seconds for his second title, the fastest ever 100m by a junior college athlete.


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Akeem Haynes, who was born in Westmoreland, now represents Canada, and was eliminated in the first round of the men’s 100m, but was part of the 4x100m relay final quartet that won bronze.

final of the 100m and won a silver medal in the 4×100m relay for Japan, while helping to set a new Asian record of 37.60 seconds. Cambridge is so connected to his Jamaican roots that he ran the sprint relay final with an image of the Jamaican flag on his left spike. Three from Canada (upper) Bronze-medal-Men’sRelay-Worlds Rio 2016 ... Note on Andre DeGrasse:

Aaron Brown (upper) and Brendon Rodney, (lower) who are of Jamaican parentage, were also included in the team, with Rodney also competing in the first round of the 200m.

So, in the sprint relay final, the first two men to cross the finish line were born in the same mother from Trinidad, Father from Barbados country, and at the medal ceremony, of the 12 Then there is Asuka ‘Aska’ Antonio men standing on the podium, eight were either Cambridge, born here to a Jamaican father and born in Jamaica or of Jamaican parentage. Japanese mother. Cambridge reached the semi-

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IS COLIN KAEPERNICK MORE RIGHT THAN YOU KNOW? IS THE NATIONAL ANTHEM A CELEBRATION OF SLAVERY?

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success was its active recruitment of American slaves.

efore a preseason game on Friday, San As a detailed 2014 article in Harper’s explains, the

Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the playing of “The StarSpangled Banner.” When he explained why, he only spoke about the present: “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. … There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

Twitter then went predictably nuts, with at least one 49ers fan burning Kaepernick’s jersey. Almost no one seems to be aware that even if the U.S. were a perfect country today, it would be bizarre to expect African-American players to stand for “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Why? Because it literally celebrates the murder of African-Americans. Few people know this because we only ever sing the first verse. But read the end of the third verse and you’ll see why “The Star-Spangled Banner” is not just a musical atrocity, it’s an intellectual and moral one, too: No refuge could save the hireling and slave From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave, And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave. “The Star-Spangled Banner,” Americans hazily remember, was written by Francis Scott Key about the Battle of Fort McHenry in Baltimore during the War of 1812. But we don’t ever talk about how the War of 1812 was a war of aggression that began with an attempt by the U.S. to grab Canada from the British Empire. However, we’d wildly overestimated the strength of the U.S. military. By the time of the Battle of Fort McHenry in 1814, the British had counterattacked and overrun Washington, D.C., setting fire to the White House. And one of the key tactics behind the British military’s 22 | PULSE OF THE CARIBBEAN PEOPLE

orders given to the Royal Navy’s Admiral Sir George Cockburn read: Let the landings you make be more for the protection of the desertion of the Black Population than with a view to any other advantage. … The great point to be attained is the cordial Support of the Black population. With them properly armed & backed with 20,000 British Troops, Mr. Madison will be hurled from his throne. Whole families found their way to the ships of the British, who accepted everyone and pledged no one would be given back to their “owners.” Adult men were trained to create a regiment called the Colonial Marines, who participated in many of the most important battles, including the August 1814 raid on Washington. Then on the night of September 13, 1814, the British bombarded Fort McHenry. Key, seeing the fort’s flag the next morning, was inspired to write the lyrics for “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

the end of 1814, the U.S. government demanded the return of American “property,” which by that point numbered about 6,000 people. The British refused. Most of the 6,000 eventually settled in Canada, with some going to Trinidad, where their descendants are still known as “Merikins.” Furthermore, if those leading the backlash against Kaepernick need more inspiration, they can get it from Francis Scott Key’s later life. By 1833, Key was a district attorney for Washington, D.C. As described in a book called Snowstorm in August by former Washington Post reporter Jefferson Morley, the police were notorious thieves, frequently stealing free blacks’ possessions with impunity. One night, one of the constables tried to attack a woman who escaped and ran away — until she fell off a bridge across the Potomac and drowned.

So when Key penned “No refuge could save the hireling and slave / From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave,” he was taking great satisfaction in the death of slaves who’d freed themselves. His “There is neither mercy nor justice for colored people perspective may have been affected by the fact he in this district,” an abolitionist paper wrote. “No fuss or stir was made about it. She was got out of the owned several slaves himself. river, and was buried, and there the matter ended.” With that in mind, think again about the next two lines: “And the star-spangled banner in triumph Key was furious and indicted the newspaper for doth wave / O’er the land of the free and the home intending “to injure, oppress, aggrieve & vilify the good name, fame, credit & reputation of the of the brave.” Magistrates & constables of Washington County.” The reality is that there were human beings fighting for freedom with incredible bravery during the War You can decide for yourself whether there’s some of 1812. However, “The Star-Spangled Banner” connection between what happened 200 years ago glorifies America’s “triumph” over them — and and what Colin Kaepernick is angry about today. then turns that reality completely upside down, Maybe it’s all ancient, meaningless history. Or transforming their killers into the courageous maybe it’s not, and Kaepernick is right, and we really need a new national anthem. freedom fighters. After the U.S. and the British signed a peace treaty at

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Drink This First Thing in the Mornings

By Mike Geary - Certified Nutrition Specialist

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ou’re bombarded with toxins in today’s modern world... everywhere from the polluted air you breathe, the water you drink, the shampoos and other cosmetics that lather your body with chemicals, and of course, all of the chemical additives, pesticides, hormones, antibiotics and other harmful compounds in the food that you eat.

Drink this at least 10 minutes before eating any drinking warm lemon water helps reduce overall food for the day. acidity, drawing uric acid from the joints. Make sure to use fresh organic lemons to make this drink, and not bottled lemon juice. You want to use organic lemons to avoid the pesticides that can accumulate.

This reduces the pain and inflammation which many people feel. And the American Cancer Society recommends warm lemon water to encourage regular bowel movements.”

3 Major benefits of this morning drink to Benefits that you can enjoy: your body, health, and energy: 1. Improves your digestion: All of these TOXINS can have harmful effects According to a leading health publication, on your body, harming your metabolism and Lemon juice helps your body improve digestion TheAlternativeDaily.com: hormones, impairing your digestive system, and and stimulates bile production. Lemon juice can zapping your energy levels. “The health promoting benefits of lemons are even be an aid for heartburn and indigestion. powerful. For centuries, it has If I could tell you ONE thing that you could do 2. Boosts your energy for the day: each morning right as you wake up to help your been known that lemons contain powerful body eliminate some of these toxins, improve antibacterial, antiviral and immune boosting Even just the scent of lemon juice has been your digestion, stimulate your metabolism, and components. We know that lemons are a great shown to improve your mood and energy levels, and reduce anxiety. digestive aid and liver cleanser. BOOST your energy, would you do it? Lemons contain citric acid, magnesium, Plus the detoxifying effect and alkalizing effect Of course you would... and it takes less than 1 bioflavonoids, vitamin C, pectin, calcium and of fresh organic lemon juice can improve your minute! limonene, which supercharge our immunity so energy through the removal of toxins from your body. that the body can fight infection. Here’s the trick... 3. Helps you to lose fat: Immediately upon waking each day, squeeze Lemons are considered one of the most alkalizing about 1/2 to 1 full lemon (depending on size of foods you can eat. This may seem untrue as Since lemon juice helps to improve your the lemon) into an 8 oz glass of warm or room they are acidic on their own. However, in the digestive system, aids in removal of toxins, and temperature purified water. This is gentler on body,lemons are alkaline; the citric acid does increases your energy levels, this all combines your body first thing in the morning compared not create acidity once it has been metabolized. together to help you to lose body fat as well to ice cold water. I’ve found that slicing the The minerals in lemons are actually what helps through improving your hormonal balance... lemon into quarters before squeezing by hand is to alkalize the blood. Most people are too acidic Yet another reason to add warm lemon water to (from eating too much sugar and grains), and your daily morning routine! easier than squeezing halves.

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6 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT W TERMEL N

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n the US, July is National Watermelon Month, so named not only because a cool, refreshing slice of watermelon represents the epitome of summer, but also because watermelon harvests peak this month.

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Watermelon Juice May Relieve Muscle Soreness

If you have a juicer, try juicing about onethird of a fresh watermelon and drinking its juice prior to your next workout. This contains a little over one gram of lcitrulline, an amino acid that Watermelon is now the most consumed melon in seems to protect against muscle pain. the US (followed by cantaloupe and honeydew). This cousin to cucumbers, pumpkins, and One study found that men who drank natural squash is thought to have originated in Egypt unpasteurized watermelon juice prior to their close to 5,000 years ago, where it is depicted in workouts had reduced muscle soreness 24 hours later compared to those who drank a placebo. hieroglyphics. Today, upwards of 300 watermelon varieties are grown in the US and Mexico (although only about 50 are popular). You may think you know everything there is to know about this summertime fruit, but allow me to surprise you... watermelon is more than just delicious... it’s a superhealthy addition to your diet (in moderation, of course). You just need to be careful when eating any melon, including watermelon to follow the advice of Wayne Pickering in my interview. Eat melon alone or leave it alone because it will make your stomach groan. So ideally, no food 30 minutes before or after eating melons. 6 Watermelon Facts That Might Surprise You

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Watermelon Has More Lycopene Than Raw Tomatoes

You do need to be careful with drinking watermelon juice, though, as it contains a significant amount of fructose. It may be better to eat the entire fruit, or opt for these other tips to prevent muscle soreness.

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Watermelon Is a Fruit and a Vegetable

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You Can Eat Watermelon Rind and Seeds

Remember how watermelon is related to cucumbers, pumpkin, and squash? That’s because it’s part vegetable and part fruit (it’s a sweet, seedproducing plant, after all). The other clue that watermelon is both fruit and vegetable? The rind is entirely edible...

Most people throw away the watermelon rind, but try putting it in a blender with some lime for a healthy, refreshing treat. Not only does the rind contain plenty of health-promoting and bloodbuilding chlorophyll, but the rind actually contains more of the amino acid citrulline than the pink flesh.

Lycopene is a powerful carotenoid antioxidant that gives fruits and vegetables a pink or red color. It’s most often associated with tomatoes, but watermelon is actually a more concentrated Citrulline is converted to arginine in your source. kidneys, and not only is this amino acid Compared to a large fresh tomato, one cup important for heart health and maintaining of watermelon has 1.5 times the lycopene (6 your immune system, but it has been researched milligrams (mg) in watermelon compared to 4 to have potential therapeutic value in over 100 mg in a tomato). More on why lycopene is so health conditions. important shortly... 30 | PULSE OF THE CARIBBEAN PEOPLE

While many people prefer seedless watermelon varieties, black watermelon seeds are edible and actually quite healthy. They contain iron, zinc, protein, and fiber. (In case you were wondering, seedless watermelons aren’t genetically modified, as they’re the result of hybridization.)

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It’s Mostly Water

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Some Watermelon Are Yellow

This might not be surprising, but it’s still a fun fact; watermelon is more than 91 percent water. This means that eating watermelon with you on a hot summer day is a tasty way to help you stay hydrated and avoid dehydration (it’s not a substitute for drinking plenty of fresh water, however).

The Yellow Crimson watermelon has yellow flesh with a sweeter, honey flavor than the more popular pinkfleshed Crimson Sweet. It’s likely that yellow watermelon offers its own unique set of nutritional benefits, but most research to date has focused on the pinkfleshed varieties.

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