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Shaorma comunista, porumb fiert cu foenul si nelipsitul frappe la bormasina!

Pe zi ce trece, Vama Veche tinde să piardă din atmosfera boemă de odinioară, deoarece locul sălbăticiei este luat de hoteluri şi mersul pe jos este înlocuit cu circulaţia maşinilor luxoase. Cu toate astea, staţiunea rămâne una unde găseşti cele mai inedite lucruri.

Unii au copilărit cu el, alţii au auzit doar din poveştile părinţilor sau din reportajele de la televizor. Este vorba despre fostul preşedinte comunist, Nicolae Ceauşescu, al cărui tablou nu trebuia să lipsească de pe pereţii oricăror instituţii din România.

Imediat după revoluţia din 1989, tablourile cu el şi soţia sa, Elena Ceauşescu, au fost arse sau aruncate la gunoi. Totuşi, au fost şi persoane care le-au păstrat prin podurile caselor, iar astăzi sunt pe cale de a face un brand al comunismului. „Shaorma comunistă” este una dintre cele mai vândute specialităţi din Vama Veche. Patronul localului, Marius Teodorescu spune că a găsit tabloul la un prieten care, atunci când a auzit de intenţia sa, i l-a oferit cu plăcere.

Azi, tabloul tronează pe pereţii shaormăriei, alături de cel al Elenei Ceauşescu, şi invită vamaioţii la specialitatea casei. more »

About Benefits of Light therapy



Light therapy, or phototherapy, is the administration of doses of bright light in order to treat a variety of sleep and mood disorders. It is most commonly used to re-regulate the body’s internal clock and/or relieve depression.
When used to treat SAD or other forms of depression, light therapy has several advantages over prescription antidepressants. Light therapy tends to work faster than medications, alleviating depressive symptoms within two to 14 days after beginning light therapy as opposed to an average of four to six weeks with medication. There are several other different applications for light therapy, including:

    • Full-spectrum/UV light therapy for disorders of the skin. A subtype of light therapy that is often prescribed to treat skin diseases, rashes, and jaundice.
    • Cold laser therapy. The treatment involves focusing very low-intensity beams of laser light on the skin, and is used in laser acupuncture to treat a myriad of symptoms and illnesses, including pain, stress, and tendinitis.
    • Colored light therapy. In colored light therapy, different colored filters are applied over a light source to achieve specific therapeutic effects. The colored light is then focused on the patient, either with a floodlight which covers the patient with the colored light, or with a beam of light that is focused on the area of the illness.
    • Back of knee light therapy. A 1998 report published in the journal Science reported that the area behind the human knee known as the popliteal region contains photoreceptors that can help to adjust the body’s circadian rhythms. The authors of the study found that they could manipulate circadian rhythms by focusing a bright light on the popliteal region. Further studies are needed to determine the efficacy of this treatment on disorders such as SAD and jet lag.
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About Lacto-ovo vegetarianism


Lacto-ovo vegetarians are people who do not eat meat, but do include dairy products (lacto) and eggs (ovo) in their diets.


The term vegetarian was coined in 1847 by the founders of the Vegetarian Society of Great Britain, although vegetarianism as a way of life has existed for thousands of years. The founders of the Vegetarian Society were lacto-ovo vegetarians.

One of the central ideas that has motivated vegetarians is that food choices should not require the death or suffering of animals. Thus, many vegetarians avoid meat but eat dairy products and eggs (on the grounds that store-bought eggs are unfertilized). Some people argue, however, that eating eggs may prevent the life of an animal, so some vegetarians are lacto-vegetarians. Veganism, another type of vegetarianism, follows a diet that uses no animal products at all.

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Labyrinth walking

A labyrinth is a patterned path, often circular in form, used as a walking meditation or spiritual practice. A labyrinth’s walkway is arranged in such a way that the participant moves back and forth across the circular form through a series of curves, ending at the labyrinths’s heart or center. It is unicursal, which means that it has only one entrance and leads in only one direction. Although the word maze is often used as a synonym for labyrinth, mazes are multicursal in design; the user has to make choices at many points along the path. Mazes often have more than one entrance, and usually contain many wrong turns and dead ends.

The English word labyrinth is derived from the Greek word labyrinthos, which in turn may come from labrys, the word for the double-headed axe associated with the Minoan culture on the island of Crete that was at its height around 1650 B.C. According to the Greek historian Herodotus (c. 450 B.C.), King Minos of Crete asked an Athenian architect and inventor named Daedalus to build a house with winding passages for the Minotaur, a monster that his queen had borne after having intercourse with a bull. This mythical Cretan labyrinth was actually a maze rather than a true labyrinth, as it was intended to prevent those who entered it as human sacrifices to the Minotaur from escaping.


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Definitions of Wellness

A lot of people think that wellness and well-being only mean not getting sick or doing things such as getting exercise and eating healthy, but wellness is a lot more than that.

Wellness has many definitions. Wellness is a dynamic process that takes into account all the factors that contribute to well-being. It is the process that helps us achieve a state of well-being.

Wellness is most often is associated with health. It also is mentioned along with well-being.

Well-being is the state in which we enjoy positive emotions and moods, feel satisfied with life, and live a fulfilling, meaningful life enjoying positive relationships with those around us.

Let’s examine how these terms have evolved and how they’re used today.

Since its inception, the UN has been actively promoting and protecting health worldwide.

Leading that effort within the UN system is the World Health Organization.

As long ago as 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) defined health as, “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.”

That definition has been reviewed by the WHO a few times since then, but never revised it because it has proven valuable over all these years up to the present time. more »

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