The Blood Type O Diet Guide

Jeffrey Butts

Feb 25, 2023

If you’re wondering what a blood type O person should eat, then you’ve come to the right place! In this guide, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the blood type O diet. After watching this guide, you’ll be able to understand what a blood type O person should eat and make the best food choices for your own health. The Blood Type Diet was created by naturopath Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo. D’Adamo claims that the foods you eat react chemically with your blood type. If you follow a diet designed for your blood type, your body will digest food more efficiently. You’ll lose weight, have more energy, and help prevent disease. Thank so much for stopping by my channel, like if you like it, sub if you love! Thanks!

Inside John Olsen’s world – one of Australia’s most renowned art dynasties | Australian Story

May 29, 2023 #AustralianStory#JohnOlsen#VividSydney

On Easter Saturday, 95-year-old artist John Olsen made the final touches to four paintings and feeling unwell, laid down his paintbrush for the last time. A stroke had finally felled the old master. On the day of his state funeral, Australian Story revisits the Olsens, a family forged by their father’s passion and drive for painting. As John became a darling of the art world in the 60s and 70s, his obsessive focus on dedication to his work often cast a long shadow on those around him. Months after his death, the Vivid festival of light will pay tribute to John Olsen, projecting his art onto the “greatest blank canvas on earth” — the sails of the Sydney Opera House. His children, Tim and Louise Olsen, will be there to marvel at his achievements and celebrate the life that has shaped them. Subscribe: ____________________________________________________

Prime Minister Paul Keating – Launch of International Year of the World’s Indigenous Peoples -1993

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Save130,166 views Apr 20, 2012Opportunity and care, dignity and hope. Prime Minister Paul Keating at the launch of Australia’s celebration of the 1993 International Year of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, Redfern Park, 10 December 1992. (Duration 16:50) NAA: M3983, 2272

Reality Plus | David Chalmers & Swami Sarvapriyananda

66,297 views Sep 18, 2022Dr. David J. Chalmers is the Professor of Philosophy and Neural Science and co-director of the Center for Mind, Brain, and Consciousness at the New York University. He is the author of several books including his latest publication: Reality+: Virtual Worlds and the Problems of Philosophy. In this engaging conversation, Swami Sarvapriyananda and Dr. Chalmers discuss ancient and modern perspectives on consciousness. Dr. Chalmer’s author page on Amazon:… ► To support the Vedanta Society of New York:

Celebrating Bubble Tea

Tangy and fruity or sweet and milky? The combinations are endless! Today’s interactive game Doodle celebrates bubble tea, also known as boba tea and pearl milk tea. Honeydew, matcha, raspberry, mocha – no matter the flavor, don’t forget to mix in some bubbly balls made with fruit jelly or tapioca. Bubble Tea gained such popularity globally that it was officially announced as a new emoji on this day in 2020.

This Taiwanese drink started as a local treat and has exploded in popularity over the last few decades. Bubble tea has its roots in traditional Taiwanese tea culture which dates back as early as  the 17th century. However, it wasn’t until the 1980s that the bubble tea as we know today was invented. As waves of Taiwanese immigrants over the past few decades brought this drink overseas, innovation on the original bubble tea continues. Shops around the world are still experimenting with new flavors, additions, and mixtures. Traditional tearooms across Asia have also joined in on the boba craze, and the trend has reached countries like Singapore, Japan, South Korea, and more!

Satisfy your craving and make a yummy cup of bubble tea in today’s interactive Doodle, which features Taiwan’s indigenous Formosan Mountain Dog as well as a crew of familiar Doodle characters!

Check out early drafts and behind-the-scenes process for today’s Doodle artwork

Heart Full of Soul

Song by The Yardbirds

Heart Full of Soul

Song by The Yardbirds