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META TOPICPARENT name="TWikiUsers"

My Links

My Personal Preferences

  • Show tool-tip topic info on mouse-over of WikiWord links, on or off:
    • Set LINKTOOLTIPINFO = off

Note: TWiki has system wide preferences settings defined in TWikiPreferences. You can customize preferences settings to your needs: To overload a system setting, (1) do a "raw view" on TWikiPreferences, (2) copy a Set VARIABLE = value bullet, (3) do a "raw edit" of your user homepage, (4) add the bullet to the bullet list above, and (5) customize the value as needed. Make sure the settings render as real bullets (in "raw edit", a bullet requires 3 or 6 spaces before the asterisk).

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META FORM name="%25SYSTEMWEB%25.UserForm"
FORM FIELD FirstName FirstName Juan
FORM FIELD LastName LastName White
FORM FIELD OrganisationName OrganisationName physical activity
FORM FIELD OrganisationURL OrganisationURL k1L1dHqj
FORM FIELD Profession Profession
FORM FIELD Country Country USA
FORM FIELD State State
FORM FIELD Address Address
FORM FIELD Location Location
FORM FIELD Telephone Telephone
FORM FIELD VoIP VoIP
FORM FIELD InstantMessaging (IM) InstantMessagingIM
FORM FIELD Email Email
FORM FIELD HomePage HomePage
|*FORM FIELD Comment*|Comment|The most basic healthy nutrition principles often overlooked by most individuals is consuming a diet of wholesome nutritional food sources rather than opting for unhealthy processed foods. Keep in mind that processed and fast foods are usually of very low nutritional value and loaded with sugar, salt, fats, and unhealthy calories that increase your insulin levels, which not only increases the aging process, but also increases the risk of obesity and various chronic diseases.

It is also recommended where possible to avoid consuming genetically modified (GM) foods. Not only are GM foods lower in nutritional value than organically grown foods, but they may also pose unforeseen health risks. In fact, most fast food or processed foods today contain GM ingredients despite of the fact that these GM constituents have not undergone sufficient long term safety studies.|

META PREFERENCE name="VIEW_TEMPLATE" title="VIEW_TEMPLATE" type="Local" value="UserView"
 
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