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A Vegan Diet Could Attract Aliens, Says Medical Astrologist

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Apparently, food connects us all, including aliens, and a clean vegan diet could attract extraterrestrial activity.

In an interview with Vice News, Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, a cosmic mythologist, medical astrologist and the great-granddaughter of former U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, posited that our diet as humans play an important role in attracting alien life into Earth. While conventionally-raised food may contain “toxic energies” that can “link up to an artificial intelligence system,” vegetarian and vegan diets produce a “cleaner and purer energy” that’s more appealing to “sky beings”.

She added that compared to animal-based foods, which are of higher density and require a lot more energy to process, vegetables and fruits have lighter densities that make it easier for humans to connect with extraterrestrial life. Vice quoted her as saying:

“We have to understand that we are multi-dimensional beings and—based on our frequency, perceptions, and our vibratory levels that we are functioning from—we are going to see different things. It is not always going to be things that other people are capable of seeing.”

As a professional clairvoyant, Eisenhower has always been interested in how people’s relationship to food effects their response to the environment, evening once operating an organic food delivery business that brought products to people who were so sensitive to chemicals that they couldn’t leave their homes.

She believes that apart from the diet, emotional reactions to different stimuli also affect the attraction and that the extraterrestrials (ETs) may have infiltrated various aspects of human life, including but not limited to the food industry. To her, GMOs as a prime example of how our food supplies have been “altered” to introduce sickness, infections and diseases into the populations.

Eisenhower is not a strict vegan herself and admits to eating eggs. And though she doesn’t like to tell people what they can and cannot eat, she says blessing your meal is very important because it allows you to honor the “sacred energies of food.” Drinking plenty of alkaline water and kombucha, keeping your digestive tract flowing, and eating turmeric and raw foods when possible could go a long way to opening your mind.

Her theories may not be proven by science but she appears to be carrying on the legacy of her presidential great-grandfather, who many alien conspiracy theorists believe signed a treaty with extraterrestrial beings in 1953.

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Dried Fruits Like Raisins Can Determine if Your Child is Smart

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Plate of Raisins

Are you one of the many parents still struggling to determine if your children are intelligent or dumb as a rock? Well, there is a new test that might help you find out, and it has everything to do with dried fruits like raisins.

In an interesting study carried out in Bavaria, Germany, researchers at the at the University of Warwick found that placing a dried fruit (e.g. raisins) under a cup or a bowl and asking 558 toddlers (20 month-old) not to eat it is a good assessment of how intelligent and smart they will become as teenagers and adults.

While most who took the test failed, those toddlers who were able to wait an entire minute before eating the dried fruit or follow the instructions of their parents were found to be cleverer on average than those who couldn’t resist the temptation.

The game apparently tested a youngster’s attention span and capacity to learn. That is, if children can’t resist eating something they are told not to eat, it indicates that their parents may need to take certain precautionary measures when raising them to be patient, focused and less impulsive.

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Professor Dieter Wolke, the study’s author, said:

“The raisin game is an easy and effective tool that is good at assessing inhibitory control in young children and can be used in clinical practice to identify children at risk of attention and learning problems. Better inhibitory control at age 20 months predicted better attention regulation and academic achievement at age eight. The results also point to potential innovative avenues to early intervention after pre-term birth.”

Toddlers born prematurely at 25 to 38 weeks just couldn’t help themselves and were more likely to take the raisin early compared to those born at 39 to 41 weeks.

The long-term Bavarian Longitudinal Study also examined the children when they reached 8-years-old, with a team of psychologists and pediatricians evaluating their development using three different behaviour ratings of attention from mothers, psychologists and the research team.

Academic achievement (e.g. mathematics, reading and spelling / writing) was assessed through standard school tests, and the researchers found a strong correlation between gestational age and academic achievement.

More specifically, the lower the gestational age, the lower a toddler’s inhibitory control and the more likely he or she will grow up to have poor attention skills and low academic achievement.

Have you ever tried the raisin test or something similar (i.e. Marshmallow Test) with your children? If so, were you happy with the results? Let us know in the comments below.

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Men Gain Over 4 Pounds for Every Child they Have

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Children make men fat

Women are not the only ones that gain wight after having children. Men also put on the pounds, with a new study finding that fathers gain about 4 lbs for every child they have.

Conducted by researchers at America’s Northwestern University and published in the American Journal of Men’s Health, the study involved more than 10,000 men consisting of fathers, resident fathers (lived with their children) and non-resident fathers, following them from adolescence to adulthood. On average, resident dads gained 4.4 lbs after the birth of their first child, non-resident dads who did not live with their child put on 3.3 lbs, and single men with no children actually lost 1.4 lbs.

Fathers around the world have reacted to the findings, with Dad blogger John Kinnear confessing to have gained 25 lbs after two children and one man attributing his weight gain to feeling the need to finish his children’s left-overs.

For those who like to stay fit, it can be difficult, if not impossible, to wake up for a morning run after a long night with the kids, not to mention the stress of raising them to adulthood…

Whatever the reasons might be, it is now an established fact that fatherhood makes you fat, compounding the long known fact that marriage also makes you fat.

The results of the 20-year study surprised lead researcher Dr. Garfield, who has done previous research that showed that fatherhood makes men clean up their act. Smoking stops and beer nights become less of a priority. You would think they would be losing weight rather than gaining it…

Needless to say, while fathers everywhere scratch their heads wondering were all their fat came from, they should nevertheless be role models of healthy behavior for their children. Eat healthy, drink healthy and exercise often to live long enough to see your children grow up.

Excessive weight gain can cause various illnesses, including diabetes, heart failure and cancer. No one in their right mind wants that…

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