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Energy Drink Haul! How to Choose a Healthy Energy Drink at the Grocery Store

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Best vs Most Dangerous Energy Drinks: Ultimate Grocery Guide – Thomas DeLauer

Today we’re headed to the grocery store to take a look at ALL the energy drink options available. Now, some people think that an “energy drink” is synonymous with being unhealthy. In reality, however, there are actually a good number of energy drinks that are quite healthy, and do provide some awesome benefits. The problem is that the energy drink market is so saturated that you have to wade through a TON of unhealthy energy drinks in order to get to the healthy ones. So let’s find break down the ingredients of different energy drinks and see which ones are best for you! I’ll see you in the comments!

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"Alternative" Alternative Energies

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Here we take two automotive alternator, mount it together side by side on set of 5/8 threaded shaft. With one alternator converted in to brushless three phase 12-40 DCV motor and the other alike alternator in its OEM standard battery charging capability. The brushless DC motor spinning the alternator, let see what happen?. This video is part of a experiment to electrify the circuit with 14.5 DCV@ 100Ah and motor consumption below 30Ah at 12-24 DCV or approximately 40DC volts for more motor speed. this device can be consider to be a self-power DC or AC Eletric generator, that require no fuel or physical action from man or nature. The self power Eletric generator consumes 10% energy of the its total output. the self-power electric generator also known as the “ULTIMOTOR” is constructed of three phase permanent magnet rotor inside a AC three phase coil field. the 3-phase brushless DC to AC motor only require about 10-15amp at 12-14.5v. the car alternator produce 14.5v at 100amp/3000rpm. the brushless motor uses the same battery energy that the alternator is recharging. the al is capable of recharging many banks of batteries(float type or others) while providing electricity to refrigerator, air conditioner, washing machines, micro wave and many other house utility. the self-power electric generator can work in conditions of no sunlight or wind and off-grid with no fuel or fire and smoke. THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST CLEAN ENERGY DEVICE. non pollution. safe in the home. low voltage. No electrical Shock. it all automotive energy inverted to meet your 120-240 AC voltage needs.

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How to Perform a Whole-House Energy Audit | Ask This Old House

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Kevin O’Connor and a specialist perform a whole-house energy audit. (See steps below.)

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A professional whole-house energy assessment will examine your home’s insulation, appliances, lighting, and heating & cooling systems. It will also determine how airtight your home is. At the end of the assessment, the technician will provide a written report identifying and prioritizing the steps you can take to save energy. For more information about energy audits, visit this U.S. Department of Energy website [].

Steps for How to Perform a Whole-House Energy Audit:
1. Check the energy rating on each appliance and light fixture. Look for Energy Star label or other low-usage ratings. Replace older products that are wasting electricity.
2. Inspect the water heater, and make note of any leaks, rust spots or lack of insulation. Also, check the heater’s age and energy efficiency.
3. Run a combustion safety test of the steam boiler with a combustion analyzer.
4. Use the analyzer to measure the temperature and ratio of gases inside the flue pipe.
5. Next, drill a small-diameter hole in the flue pipe, then use the analyzer to measure the air pressure and to ensure that the boiler is drafting (exhausting) properly.
6. Hold a smoke stick beside the flue to confirm that gases aren’t leaking back into the basement.
7. Install an electric blower door in the front doorway to test for air leaks throughout the house.
8. Close all windows and doors in the house. And shut fireplace dampers, then turn on the blower fan.
9. Use a smoke stick to check for leaks around doors, windows, fireplaces, vents and chimneys.
10. Take a handheld infrared sensor and check for temperature differences on the interior walls and ceilings. A cool spot is evidence of poor insulation or an air leak.
11. Use the infrared sensor to check for temperature changes around pull-down attic stairs.
12. Climb into the attic and inspect insulation in the attic floor; it should be at least 12 inches deep. Add more insulation, if necessary.
13. If the existing insulation is damaged or badly compressed, remove it and install new insulation.
14. Seal air-leaking gaps around the chimney with fire-rated flashing and caulking, then insulate around the chimney.[BR]
15. Seal all penetrations and gaps in the attic floor with expanding polyurethane caulk.
16. Make or buy a rigid-foam attic stair cover and install it over the opening for the pull-down staircase.

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Launch of Energy Efficiency 2020

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Energy Efficiency 2020 is the latest edition of the IEA’s annual update on global developments in energy efficiency. Through analysis of data, policies and technologies, it provides a comprehensive view of energy efficiency trends worldwide.

Energy efficiency plays an essential role in accelerating clean energy transitions and achieving global climate goals. This year’s report focuses on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on energy efficiency and global energy markets this year, as well as analysis of 2019 trends. By analysing the inclusion and impacts of energy efficiency in stimulus packages, the report also highlights the role of efficiency in supporting sustainable recovery efforts around the world by creating jobs and stimulating spending while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Energy Efficiency Education for Kids

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Mississippi Power educates kids on the importance of energy efficiency and shares tips to help encourage responsibility through energy savings in the home.
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10 NATURAL WAYS TO BOOST ENERGY | Without Coffee | Annie Jaffrey

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78. Net-Zero 101 – The secret of building super energy efficient net-zero homes

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Net-zero homes first appeared in 2007, but they are taking North America by storm. In part 1 of our Chasing Net-zero series we talk to net-zero pioneer Peter Amerongen about the amazing history of these super energy efficient solar-powered homes and Mike Turner about the secrets of building a net-zero home.
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The Future of Clean Energy: Crash Course Engineering #31

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This week we are exploring alternative energy sources. We’ll look at how biomass can be burned as a fuel source, how hydrogen can be used in a fuel cell to generate electrical power, and how nuclear fission provides power to the grid. We’ll also discuss how nuclear fusion might someday do the same without any radioactive waste.

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Natural Energy es Goalzero en Chile

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Boost Energy | Why Am I Always Tired | How To Get More Energy

Boost energy. This video is on why am I always tired, how to get more energy, stop feeling tired and increase energy.

So you’re lacking energy and feeling tired, I get it! The good news is that in this weeks video I’m going to teach you how to keep those energy levels up with some useful tips. I really hope my tips help you and always remember you’re awesome!

Feeling exhausted is so common that it has its own acronym, TATT, which stands for “tired all the time”.

But tiredness or exhaustion that goes on for a long time is not normal. It can affect your ability to get on and enjoy your life. Unexplained tiredness is one of the most common reasons for people to see their GP.

There are several health conditions that can make you feel tired or exhausted.

These include:
• Anaemia
• Underactive thyroid
• Sleep apnoea

Tiredness can also be the result of:
• Pregnancy – particularly in the first 12 weeks
• Being overweight or obese – your body has to work harder to do everyday activities
• Being underweight – poor muscle strength can make you tire more easily
• Cancer treatments, such as radiotherapy and chemotherapy
• Carbon monoxide poisoning – especially if your gas boiler has not been serviced regularly
• Side effects of medicines and some herbal remedies

If you have been feeling constantly tired for more than 4 weeks, it’s a good idea to see your GP so they can confirm or rule out a medical condition that could be causing your tiredness.

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In today’s 24/7 “always on” world, we often try to cram too much into our daily lives.

And to try to stay on top of things, we sometimes consume too much alcohol or caffeine, or eat sugary and high-fat snacks on the go rather than sitting down for a proper meal.

The main lifestyle causes of tiredness include:

Healthy and Balance Diet
Keep up your energy levels by following a healthy, balanced diet.

The Eat well Guide by the NHS shows the different types of food and drink we should consume. To find out more information:

Drinking too much interferes with the quality of your sleep. Stick to the guidelines of no more than 14 units a week for both men and women.

Too much or too little exercise can affect how tired you feel. For more information on how much exercise and tips:

Too much of this stimulant, found in tea, coffee, colas and energy drinks, can upset sleep and make you feel wound-up as well as tired.

Try decaffeinated tea and coffee, or gradually cut out caffeine altogether.

I also made a video not long ago about coffee feel free to watch for more information:

Night shifts
Night workers often find they get tired more easily. This is more likely if the timing of the shifts keeps changing.

Daytime naps/Enough sleep
If you’re tired, you may nap during the day, which can make it more difficult to get a good night’s sleep. You also need to make sure you get enough sleep depending on your age, I made a video not long ago on how to fall asleep faster with more information on this topic:

Very helpful guide from the NHS:

Here are a few example of iron rich foods,
• Dark-green leafy vegetables, such as watercress and curly kale
• Iron-fortified cereals or bread
• Pulses and beans
• Nuts and seeds
• Meat and fish
• Eggs
• Dried fruit

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Energy Efficiency At Home

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Energy Efficiency At Home

This video will help you make simple, but effective changes to reduce your energy costs and increase the comfort of your home.
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Industrial energy efficiency has never been more important. This film shows how an energy consultant tracks down energy guzzlers associated with motor loads and demonstrates potential savings achievable through the use of Siemens drive technology and industrial controls to management.
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