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Author: NY Crawfish

Benefits Of Juicing At Home


Ah, who doesn’t love a fresh juice or a refreshing smoothie? What’s more, it can be made right at the comforts of your own home!

Thus, here are some benefits of juicing at home:

  • It ensures that your body will directly absorb nutrients. You see, juicing is more than just getting yourself something fresh and refreshing to drink. Making your own juice drink at home – whether it’s done via the best masticating juicer or a blender – ensures that your body will be able to directly absorb the fruit or the vegetable’s nutrients, as opposed to “preservatives-filled” juice drinks in plastic bottles or cardboard boxes at the grocery store.
  • It helps your body get rid of toxins. Directly absorbing the fruit, the vegetable’s nutrients via juicing at home will mostly have two effects on your body: (1) improve your overall health condition and (2) help your body detoxify. That’s because the said nutrients will be evenly distributed throughout your body and in more than enough amounts to help your body fight off diseases and get rid of toxins lurking inside.
  • It helps you mix “healthy” and “favorite” together. Indeed, there’s a huge difference between “healthy food” and “favorite food.” Not all people love healthy food, but everyone have their own favorite food. The same applies to drinks. And when juicing at home, healthy and favorite can be mixed together for one fresh and refreshing drink you’ll surely love to have over and over again.

In conclusion, juicing at home offers more than just getting yourself something fresh and refreshing to drink. It also offers you the chance to be healthy, without totally compromising on what you love to eat or drink. Moreover, it helps improve your overall body condition – via directly absorbing the fruit or the vegetable’s nutrients, evenly distributing it all over your body, fighting off diseases, getting rid of toxins, helping with digestion, and reducing sugar intake.

So, what are you waiting for? Start juicing at home now!

Facts About Sawfish You Don’t Want To Miss


If there’s a swordfish, which takes after its sword-like characteristic, there’s also a sawfish, which takes after its – you guessed it – saw-like characteristic.

Ladies and gentlemen, here are facts about sawfish you don’t want to miss:

  • Sawfishes are also known as carpenter sharks.
  • They come from a family of rays called Pristidae.
  • The Pristidae is the only existing family under the biological order Pristiformes. The name itself comes from Ancient Greek word “pristes,” which means “sawyer.”
  • Sawsharks also exist, but comes from a different biological order called Pristiophoriformes.
  • Currently, there are seven known sawfish species. However, all are now considered critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
  • They are usually – and previously – found in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Smalltooth sawfishes were once distributed rampantly. Sadly, the species’ range has significantly reduced at 90% and its population has reduced to presumably 95% or more.
  • Thus, capturing sawfishes is now illegal in the United States and Australia. As of 2007, importing any kind of sawfish is also deemed illegal.
  • Sawfishes have saw-like rostrums, which are both used for stunning and slashing a prey.
  • Their saw-like teeth are not really teeth, however, but rather denticles or modified tooth-like structures.
  • Sawfishes are known to spend most of their time just lying on the seafloor.
  • They are also known to be lethargic, unless a prey passes them, in which they suddenly come up from the sea floor – stunning and slashing it with their rostrums.
  • They are known to be nocturnal as well.
  • They are only estimated to mate once in every two years and only produces up to eight litters.
  • A sawfish is found on coins and banknotes of the CFA franc. It was believed to represent fecundity and prosperity.
  • A sawfish is also found on the Battle Badge of Small Combat Units during World War II in Germany.
  • Aztecs believed that sawfishes were earth monsters.
  • Asian shamans used the rostrums of sawfishes for exorcisms and other rituals to fight off demonic possessions and unknown diseases.

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In conclusion, sawfishes are truly remarkable. But sadly, they are now considered critically endangered. One lesson there is to learn about sawfishes is that, they are just like any one of us – breathing life and just trying to make a mark in the world with their uniqueness. Thus, every one of us has the responsibility to protect this kind of uniqueness.

9 of the Best Fishing Destinations to Add to Your Travel List

Fishing is such an amazing outdoor activity that you can enjoy in solitude or with family and friends. Regardless of skill level, there is something to be gained from the time you spend doing it. Whether for relaxation or sport, fishing is a great way to unwind and experience the positive effects of being outside. You can fish anywhere near your home. But there is nothing like casting a line in unfamiliar waters surrounded with breathtaking scenery. Here are six of the best fishing destinations you should add to your travel list.

Highlights: Wilderness fishing, several roadside fishing spots, numerous hidden getaways for fishing, rivers teeming with a wide array of salmon species, several other fishes to catch, breathtaking scenery, rich wildlife

Highlights: Numerous and fairly easy to catch bonefish and other fishes, extensive flats, beautiful scenery, pristine beaches,

Highlights: Rio Grande in Tierra del Fuego is home to a high population of brown trout, a chance to catch large sea trout, breathtaking scenery

Highlights: Rivers teeming with salmon and a wide range of other fishes, coastal fishing, the Land of Fire and Ice is brimming with majestic scenery and natural attractions that include glaciers, lava fields, hot springs, waterfalls, rolling hills, verdant farmlands, and more

Key West, Florida
Key West
Highlights: Key West is a popular sport-fishing destination; sea, reefs, and flats teeming with fishes, plenty of interesting attractions and activities, delicious seafood dishes

Louisiana Wetlands, USA
Louisiana Wetlands
Highlights: Popular place for saltwater fly-fishing, marshes that are home to a massive population of fishes, only a few hours away from New Orleans

Prince Edward Island, Canada
prince edward island
Highlights: Prince Edward Island in Canada is a great spot to catch big tunas, accessible fishing spots, spectacular scenery

Highlights: Alphonse Island is an excellent place for saltwater fishing, shallow sandy flats that make it fairly easy to catch a bonefish

The Bahamas
the bahamas
Highlights: Stunning place to enjoy flats fishing, huge population of bonefish, other fishes to catch, scenic views, pristine beaches

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