How to Reverse a Fatty Liver

– Hey it's me again.

First thing I want totell you is I don't drink and I don't recommend drinking alcohol, alright so in this video we're going to talk about the liver, specifically how to reverse a fatty liver.

Couple facts about the liver.

The liver is aboutthree and a half pounds, it's huge it's on theright side of your body.

It goes all the way up hereand it's right through here.

Okay, it has over 500 functions.

It does everything from immune control, digestion, detoxification of chemicals, building up of proteins,it does so many things.

It's an amazing, miraculous organ.

It has 50,000 to 100,000small little units of cells that help do the work.

You really could befunctioning pretty good in your body and have 90% of your liver destroyed or dysfunctional.

So a lot of times theliver will not show up until greater than 90% of it's destroyed.

So you can't always go howyou feel with the liver.

But some of the symptomswith a real bad liver issue is you get bloating,you have right shoulder pain through here, the whitesof your eyes turn yellow, there's a lot of skinissues, itching of the bottom of the feet and the palms of the hand, basketball belly likeyou're protruding belly.

But you can really predict the health of the liver by theperson's lifestyle habits.

So there's several stagesof liver damage that occur.

The first one is from inflammation.

Inflammation where itcould come from a virus but it also could comefrom bad eating or alcohol.

So every time you drinkit creates a trauma, kind of a whiplash because you're killing liver cells when you're doing that.

Every time you take Tylenol or medication you kill liver cells.

So it has a lot of damage.

Even some of the medications like Lipitor, for example, willseverely stress the liver and increase the liver enzymes by 500%.

So one of the big side effects.

The medication is supposedto lower your cholesterol which basically haseverything to do with liver, ends up destroying your liver.

It's kind of insane.

So you have an inflammatory condition.

Then you have fatty depositsthat lodge into the liver, so over time the livercan be replaced with fat.

Many people with bellies outto here have a fatty liver.

If they just had an ultrasound they would be able to identify that.

But it's very hard to detectchronic liver problems unless you do a biopsy because it doesn't always show up on a blood test.

So over time when you havethis inflammatory state of continuing damage on theliver because of bad habits, you develop scar tissue and that leads into something called cirrhosis.

Cirrhosis is the liver that is filling up with fibrous tissue that'smaking it dysfunctional and you lose the function of the liver.

But again you can get awaywith only a small portion of liver working before you even notice a lot of the symptoms so just because you are feeling it doesn't mean anything.

Alright, so that's whathappens with the liver.

When the liver swells up because there's not a lot of space it could put pressure on the heart and create a lotof heart arrhythmia issues, a lot of skipped beats, it cancreate high blood pressure, increase pulse rate, why? Because the liver isright next to the heart and it's going to compress on the heart.

When the person sleeps on their left side if they have an enlarged liver, it will compress theheart and make it hard to breathe and sleep at night.

So liver cases tend tosleep better on the right side of their body than the left.

So that's one thing.

Secondly is the liver isone of the only organs in the body that cancompletely 100% regenerate.

That's the good news.

The bad news is it takes a long time to regenerate the liver cells.

It could take up to three years.

But I think the worstrecommendation for people is everything in moderationbecause you cannot heal the liver having amoderate amount of junk food to the diet because again ifyou're drinking every night or every other day or even once a week it could take you one,two, three, four days for that liver to recover and so you never really let it recover.

So it's the accumulation ofletting the liver recover and heal that helps it regenerate.

So it takes a long time.

I had someone do myliver enhancement program and they lost all thisweight but they had called me up and said Dr.

Bergyour liver enhancement doesn't work because Idid it for two weeks, I lost the weight andthen the weight came back.

Come to find out intheir mind they thought they were going to healthe liver in two weeks.

That was a miscalculation.

They need to do it for a lotlonger until that liver heals.

So that's one thing.

So what we want to dois we want to eliminate the things that are destroying the liver.

Now alcohol is probably the top thing that destroys the liver and I do not agree with so calledrecommendations that you can get away with drinking every night.

That does not work, itcreates damage on the liver.

I don't want to get into that, I think that's kind of common sense but what I want to tell you is what to do to get this fat out of the liver.

Number one stop thethings that are destroying the liver and add the things that will create a healthy liver.

One of the most powerfulthings that will do it are the bitter vegetables, theones that don't taste good.

The more bitter the betterlike the collar greens, mustard greens, the kales, the spinaches, those are really goodfor liver regeneration.

The radishes are really good for the liver and you have to start consumingthose on a regular basis.

So the other thing is that the liver does not do well with deep fried foods, but it does need certain oils.

The types of fats thatare good for the liver are the medium chain triglycerides.

Now what does that mean? Like the coconut oils.

The coconut oil is one of the best things as far as the fat tocook in and to consume to help a liver because it doesn't seem to strain the liver at all.

It takes the stress off the liver.

The ones that destrain the liver are like the corn oils that youwould buy at the store or of course the hydrogenated oils.

Those are really really bad.

So we want a healthy liver.

Butter is actually a mediumchain triglyceride too so that would be okay to consume and that takes the stress off the liver.

So bitter vegetables,the other thing that's really good for the liver to clean out some of the toxic wastewould be apple cider vinegar and some of your water.

So if you take like a teaspoonof apple cider vinegar, put it in your water and consume that a few times a day, that is really good to strip off the fat off of that liver.

So as you consume thesevegetables over time that have a lot of the B vitamins too, especially like vitaminB2, choline, folate, all those key B vitamins that help the liver regenerate, over time the liver will get better and betterand better and better but you're just going to have to not drink or not drink so much.

One of the replacements that I like for the alcohol would be the kombucha tea.

You can get it from the health food store.

Kombucha tea creates asimilar effect to alcohol.

You feel very relaxed and calm and again people drink to relax sothat would be one substitute and it's really good for the liver.

But the main thing is the vegetables.

In this product I have it's called the whole cruciferous food.

I created a blend of the garlic, turmeric, radish, brussell sprouts,kale, cabbage, parsley.

Parsley has the most vitamin A, the most nutrition of any vegetable and number two is kale.

Kale is not quite as strong as parsley but it's easier to consumekale in the kale shake so I recommend at least onekale shake for your liver.

But this is a good combinationof cruciferous vegetables.

For those people thatcannot consume that amount of vegetables and theyneed some supplement type help with the liver.

So those are some tips onreversing a fatty liver, it's doable but you have totake aggressive approach, you have to keep creating the liver, give it time, have patience, that's why we call you a patient.

I'm being sarcastic and so go ahead and do that and I willsee you in the next video.

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Defence Team News – May 8, 2017

♪ In this episode, we see how the Royal Canadian Navy is helping sailors eat healthier, we fly-by the Aero 150 air show where the Patrouille de France and Canadian Forces Snowbirds teams recently demonstrated their skills, and thank nurses across the Defence Team for their contributions to keeping us healthy.

Welcome back to Defence Team News.

I’m Shelley Van Hoof.

And I’m Captain Shalako Smith.

Here’s what’s going on in Defence for the week of May 8th.

The Royal Canadian Navy hosted a “mystery box” cooking challenge on April 25th pitting Navy cooks, culinary students, and local Ottawa chefs against one another.

The head-to-head competition was designed to test and showcase the Navy’s brand-new combi-steam ovens.

These new, more energy efficient ovens use a healthier cooking method, eliminating the need for deep frying and charbroiling, which can create carcinogens in food.

Hosted at Naval Reserve Division HMCS Carleton, both teams had just three and a half hours to design and execute the delivery of a main course and an appetizer using the new oven.

Competitors were judged on technique, waste, organization, presentation, and taste by a panel of local food critics and cookbook authors.

Two new combi-steam ovens will be installed in the galleys of HMCS Calgary and HMCS Vancouver by the end of this summer.

Within three years, all 12 Halifax-class frigates and 12 Kingston-class maritime coastal defence vessels will have this healthier, safer cooking system.

The Patrouille de France air demonstration team recently performed at the Aero 150 air show in Gatineau, Quebec alongside the Canadian Forces Snowbirds air demo teams.

The groups performed a series of flybys over Parliament, and other sites in Ontario and Quebec.

We spoke to a member of the Snowbird team to find out more about this special visit.

It’s historic to have the Patrouille de France here in Canada, especially this year with the 100th anniversary of Vimy, Canada celebrating Canada 150, the sesquicentennial.

There’s a huge important and significant French culture here in this country and it is just magic to be with them this weekend.

It's a historic moment because we've never done it.

We work a lot with Canadian fighter pilots, the (Royal) Canadian Air Force, and Canadian Defence.

I was fortunate to fly regularly with Canadians, like all of the pilots in my team.

It's also a tremendous opportunity to be able to fly with this patrol, the Snowbirds, who are internationally recognized, who have the same values that we have, with whom we've had the chance to exchange over the last two days, and who are extraordinary.

Well, Shelley, it’s National Nursing Week, and we want to recognize the contributions of our military and civilian nurses for all their expertise and support to our communities and the health of the people who live in them.

Also, Bravo Zulu to the Royal Military College of Canada’s nine officer cadets who placed 9th out of 62 teams at West Point, New York’s annual Sandhurst Military Skills Competition.

That’s it for us.

Thank you so much for watching.

See you next time… …for Defence Team News! ♪.

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How to raise a black son in America | Clint Smith

Growing up, I didn't always understand why my parents made mefollow the rules that they did.

Like, why did I reallyhave to mow the lawn? Why was homework really that important? Why couldn't I put jelly beansin my oatmeal? My childhood was aboundwith questions like this.

Normal things about being a kidand realizing that sometimes, it was best to listen to my parentseven when I didn't exactly understand why.

And it's not that they didn't wantme to think critically.

Their parenting always soughtto reconcile the tension between having my siblings and Iunderstand the realities of the world, while ensuring that we never acceptedthe status quo as inevitable.

I came to realize that this,in and of itself, was a very purposeful form of education.

One of my favorite educators,Brazilian author and scholar Paulo Freire, speaks quite explicitlyabout the need for education to be used as a tool for criticalawakening and shared humanity.

In his most famous book,"Pedagogy of the Oppressed," he states, "No one can beauthentically human while he prevents others from being so.

" I've been thinking a lot about thislately, this idea of humanity, and specifically, who in this worldis afforded the privilege of being perceived as fully human.

Over the course ofthe past several months, the world has watchedas unarmed black men, and women, have had their lives takenat the hands of police and vigilante.

These events and all thathas transpired after them have brought me back to my own childhood and the decisions that my parents madeabout raising a black boy in America that growing up, I didn't alwaysunderstand in the way that I do now.

I think of how hard it must have been,how profoundly unfair it must have felt for them to feel like they hadto strip away parts of my childhood just so that I could come home at night.

For example, I think of how one night, when I was around 12 years old, on anovernight field trip to another city, my friends and I bought Super Soakers and turned the hotel parking lotinto our own water-filled battle zone.

We hid behind cars, running through the darkness thatlay between the streetlights, boundless laughter ubiquitousacross the pavement.

But within 10 minutes, my father came outside,grabbed me by my forearm and led me into our roomwith an unfamiliar grip.

Before I could say anything, tell him how foolish he hadmade me look in front of my friends, he derided me for being so naive.

Looked me in the eye,fear consuming his face, and said, "Son, I'm sorry, but you can't act the sameas your white friends.

You can't pretend to shoot guns.

You can't run around in the dark.

You can't hide behind anythingother than your own teeth.

" I know now how scared he must have been, how easily I could have falleninto the empty of the night, that some man would mistake this water for a good reason to washall of this away.

These are the sorts of messages I've beeninundated with my entire life: Always keep your hands where theycan see them, don't move too quickly, take off your hood when the sun goes down.

My parents raised me and my siblingsin an armor of advice, an ocean of alarm bells so someonewouldn't steal the breath from our lungs, so that they wouldn't makea memory of this skin.

So that we could be kids,not casket or concrete.

And it's not because they thought itwould make us better than anyone else it's simply because they wantedto keep us alive.

All of my black friends were raisedwith the same message, the talk, given to uswhen we became old enough to be mistaken for a nail readyto be hammered to the ground, when people made our melaninsynonymous with something to be feared.

But what does it do to a child to grow up knowing that youcannot simply be a child? That the whims of adolescenceare too dangerous for your breath, that you cannot simply be curious, that you are not afforded the luxuryof making a mistake, that someone's implicit bias might be the reason you don'twake up in the morning.

But this cannot be what defines us.

Because we have parentswho raised us to understand that our bodies weren't meantfor the backside of a bullet, but for flying kites and jumping rope,and laughing until our stomachs burst.

We had teachers who taught ushow to raise our hands in class, and not just to signal surrender, and that the only thing we should give up is the idea that wearen't worthy of this world.

So when we say that black lives matter,it's not because others don't, it's simply because we must affirm that weare worthy of existing without fear, when so many things tell us we are not.

I want to live in a world where my son will not be presumed guiltythe moment he is born, where a toy in his hand isn't mistakenfor anything other than a toy.

And I refuse to accept that we can'tbuild this world into something new, some place where a child's name doesn't have to be writtenon a t-shirt, or a tombstone, where the value of someone's life isn't determined by anything otherthan the fact that they had lungs, a place where every singleone of us can breathe.

Thank you.

(Applause).

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How to raise a black son in America | Clint Smith

Growing up, I didn't always understand why my parents made mefollow the rules that they did.

Like, why did I reallyhave to mow the lawn? Why was homework really that important? Why couldn't I put jelly beansin my oatmeal? My childhood was aboundwith questions like this.

Normal things about being a kidand realizing that sometimes, it was best to listen to my parentseven when I didn't exactly understand why.

And it's not that they didn't wantme to think critically.

Their parenting always soughtto reconcile the tension between having my siblings and Iunderstand the realities of the world, while ensuring that we never acceptedthe status quo as inevitable.

I came to realize that this,in and of itself, was a very purposeful form of education.

One of my favorite educators,Brazilian author and scholar Paulo Freire, speaks quite explicitlyabout the need for education to be used as a tool for criticalawakening and shared humanity.

In his most famous book,"Pedagogy of the Oppressed," he states, "No one can beauthentically human while he prevents others from being so.

" I've been thinking a lot about thislately, this idea of humanity, and specifically, who in this worldis afforded the privilege of being perceived as fully human.

Over the course ofthe past several months, the world has watchedas unarmed black men, and women, have had their lives takenat the hands of police and vigilante.

These events and all thathas transpired after them have brought me back to my own childhood and the decisions that my parents madeabout raising a black boy in America that growing up, I didn't alwaysunderstand in the way that I do now.

I think of how hard it must have been,how profoundly unfair it must have felt for them to feel like they hadto strip away parts of my childhood just so that I could come home at night.

For example, I think of how one night, when I was around 12 years old, on anovernight field trip to another city, my friends and I bought Super Soakers and turned the hotel parking lotinto our own water-filled battle zone.

We hid behind cars, running through the darkness thatlay between the streetlights, boundless laughter ubiquitousacross the pavement.

But within 10 minutes, my father came outside,grabbed me by my forearm and led me into our roomwith an unfamiliar grip.

Before I could say anything, tell him how foolish he hadmade me look in front of my friends, he derided me for being so naive.

Looked me in the eye,fear consuming his face, and said, "Son, I'm sorry, but you can't act the sameas your white friends.

You can't pretend to shoot guns.

You can't run around in the dark.

You can't hide behind anythingother than your own teeth.

" I know now how scared he must have been, how easily I could have falleninto the empty of the night, that some man would mistake this water for a good reason to washall of this away.

These are the sorts of messages I've beeninundated with my entire life: Always keep your hands where theycan see them, don't move too quickly, take off your hood when the sun goes down.

My parents raised me and my siblingsin an armor of advice, an ocean of alarm bells so someonewouldn't steal the breath from our lungs, so that they wouldn't makea memory of this skin.

So that we could be kids,not casket or concrete.

And it's not because they thought itwould make us better than anyone else it's simply because they wantedto keep us alive.

All of my black friends were raisedwith the same message, the talk, given to uswhen we became old enough to be mistaken for a nail readyto be hammered to the ground, when people made our melaninsynonymous with something to be feared.

But what does it do to a child to grow up knowing that youcannot simply be a child? That the whims of adolescenceare too dangerous for your breath, that you cannot simply be curious, that you are not afforded the luxuryof making a mistake, that someone's implicit bias might be the reason you don'twake up in the morning.

But this cannot be what defines us.

Because we have parentswho raised us to understand that our bodies weren't meantfor the backside of a bullet, but for flying kites and jumping rope,and laughing until our stomachs burst.

We had teachers who taught ushow to raise our hands in class, and not just to signal surrender, and that the only thing we should give up is the idea that wearen't worthy of this world.

So when we say that black lives matter,it's not because others don't, it's simply because we must affirm that weare worthy of existing without fear, when so many things tell us we are not.

I want to live in a world where my son will not be presumed guiltythe moment he is born, where a toy in his hand isn't mistakenfor anything other than a toy.

And I refuse to accept that we can'tbuild this world into something new, some place where a child's name doesn't have to be writtenon a t-shirt, or a tombstone, where the value of someone's life isn't determined by anything otherthan the fact that they had lungs, a place where every singleone of us can breathe.

Thank you.

(Applause).

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How To Survive Exams

What up, internet! So we are currently in that magical time of the year where young people around the world are [screaming] What the heck am I doing? I haven't slept in three weeks! Too! Much! To! Remember! [screaming] EXAM SEASON Where schools judge how intelligent we are by the amount of facts we can't be bothered to remember that we will never use in the rest of our lives.

[ding] As somebody who has survived mostly the education process, I have a lot of people on the internet right now asking me "How?" So today, without joking too much because I know that this is LIFE OR DEATH for some of you right now, I would like to share some protips with you guys on how to survive the exam season.

Firstly, start studying weeks before your exam.

[laughs] Oh man, that's a good one.

Um, but no seriously that's actually the best thing.

I mean, you can but if you're watching my videos I'm guessing you're like me and you would probably procrastinate rescuing a family from a burning house, so good luck with that.

The first thing is to sort out your environment.

You cannot study if you are stressing out in a pile of underwear and crumbs, okay? Which is, I know what you're sitting in right now, don't try to fool me.

Get rid of all distractions, I'm just going to come out and say this so prepare yourself, try turning off notifications.

WHAT DID HE JUST SAY? You can't study if you're like this; Okay.

[notification] Ooh, friend request.

[notification] Ooh, new follower.

[notification] Aha, Snapchat story.

[notification] New cat in Neko Atsume? Alright, forget this, woo! Big projects are scary so just break it down into little pieces and reward yourself with a phone check every time you get a little bit done.

Even if it's just one paragraph of the essay, or the title if you're like me.

Like a dog who keeps peeing on furniture, you can train yourself with tiny rewards.

If you draw up a schedule, mute your grandma on Facebook.

If you solve an algebra problem, indirect someone on Twitter.

If you memorise five facts, go read your favourite Steve and Bucky mpreg fic.

[record scratch] Quite specific, Dan.

And make sure that when you do study, you're doing it in the right way.

Loads of people I knew basically just did this; Okay I have three tests this week in three different subjects, let's do this! ABSORB! That's not how to study.

Make good notes by breaking it down.

not like, doo ba doo ba doo ba doo ba DROP THE BASS MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH Am I really going to make that joke? You know what I say? Do what Sherlock would do.

Not make out with John, you perv.

Go into a mind palace.

Start with the huge thing you have to learn, and break it into just the key facts that remind you of the whole story, so that when somebody goes; "Volcano!" You go; Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD.

It is a stratovolcano and it erupted in a pyroclastic flow that affected three million people monitored by a synthetic aperture radar.

[clicks fingers] Boom.

[flushes toilet] I am ready to do this.

Cause learning five facts that remind you of the story is a lot better than just staring at the story all day.

[screaming] You can do one of those '"find out what kind of learner you are" quizzes so you can work out if you should colour-code different themes, or draw up a mind map, or even like I did in a physics lesson once, where I remembered the entire periodic table by turning it into a song.

Oh, hydrogen, helium, lithium, beryllium, boron, carbon, nitrogen and oxygen.

Maybe just in your head though, as the guy that sat next to me in the class, who was usually the bully that spent most of his time spitting on the floor, actually asked to move away from me because I was so annoying.

Fluorine, neon, sodium, magnesium, aluminium, silicon, phosphorus and sulfur! Oh my god.

[holds note] Sir, sir, can I please move, he's driving me insane.

Chlorine and argon- [Sobbing] I want to learn! That actually happened.

And my best, actual good tip if I may, is to work out how your exams are marked, because every kind of paper has some sad, lonely sadist just sat up in a room ticking boxes that is following a marking plan, and if you work out what that plan is, and apply the facts you've memorised to it, you can't really go wrong, so just download loads of old exam papers and try it out.

Hm, wow, that was too close to being actually helpful.

I need to make this more stupider.

School is lame, am I right? Well, the other top tip is it's important to stay active with exercise and a healthy diet and [laughs] Oh man, I'm just pulling your leg, don't worry.

But no, really, it actually makes a huge difference.

Now the night before an exam, don't do an all-nighter, okay? If you try to write an essay into the depths of the night, or cram notes at three AM, you'll be like; [Yawns] And then the square root of the banana, Shakespeare, I'm gonna- [slap] That's not useful.

Especially if you're like that during the exam, so do not drink loads of coffee, or take caffeine pills.

If anything, do what I did which is go to sleep and try to wake up really early.

Even if you're like; Can't sleep.

Too anxious.

Might just implode right now.

At least you're resting your energy so as soon as that sun rises you can be like; [clicks fingers] [alarm buzzing] All right, lets do this! [screams] Ah, my bare nipples! And then.

[warped] DOOMSDAY I mean, exams day.

The day the test happens.

Only read over selective notes, don't be like; Get! In! My! Head! [Sobbing] Try not to be late, don't hang around other nervous people 'cause they'll just freak you out.

Uh oh, I can't do this, I'm gonna die! Get out of the way, hoe I don't need your negative vibes.

Read the paper and the questions carefully, and remember to breathe.

I'm saying that because I actually forgot to breathe for about five minutes during a psychology paper once.

Okay, concentrate, concentrate, concentrate, concentrate, concentrate, concentrate.

But most importantly, remember that the grades you get today will be with you for the rest of your life for people to judge you based on.

Wait, no no no, that's not it, um.

That it's not the end of the world and there is much more to life.

Yeah! I mean, after all, I didn't end up using any of my qualifications and I'm okay.

I mean, if my YouTube career flopped which it still could at any moment, then I have nothing to fall back on, but, um.

[Laughs] Hey, you force your own path in life.

Please keep watching my videos, it's all I have.

Good luck! Click down here to subscribe to my channel to watch more of my videos, to keep me alive.

You can watch my last one over there, and I will see you guys next time.

Hopefully.

Please.

Bye.

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James Middleton Tempted To Leak Kate Middleton’s Baby Girl News – “Fun” Uncle To Prince George?

James Middleton, Kate Middleton�s youngerbrother, has given an extremely rare interview to ABC News about his sister�s second pregnancyand being the �fun� uncle to baby Prince George.

James explained, �I still see Prince Georgeas my nephew.

I just want to be the best uncle possible.

Like any uncle wants to be, I want to be thecool uncle.

The fun uncle That�s what sort of I�llalways try and be.

� Hey there James, chill a minute, Prince George already has the mostfun uncle in the world, Prince Harry! Although James wouldn�t reveal the sex ofthe unborn royal baby, he did mention that Kate Middleton was on the mend from her boutwith Hyperemesis Gravidarum.

As we all know, the Duchess was temporarilyincapacitated for a few weeks due to acute morning sickness, which gave her a convenientexcuse to miss all her royal engagements and public appearances.

And now that she�s being forced to attendeverything on double overtime, of course the royals keep bleating that she�s better.

They�re not going to admit to being slavedrivers, are they? James concurred with the public consensuson Kate�s health, explaining, �She�s better.

I mean, it�s not unknown that she sufferedfrom this acute morning sickness.

Fortunately she is, I think, on the mend.

�Why �I think� there? Either she�s on the mend, or she isn�t.

Is he trying to tell us something? Or is it just a poor choice of words? Or are the royals playing mind games withus plebeians again? I can see why James Middleton was carefulabout mincing his words, especially in an outlet like GMA.

Kate�s pregnancy is a hot topic of discussionright now, especially in the wake of her friends leaking confirmation of baby girl Cambridge.

Kate Middleton will be having a baby girl,but unfortunately for the royal family, everybody already knows this now.

And of course James Middleton would have knownabout the leak, and of course he would have been tempted to reveal it.

Then again, the royals probably threatenedJames with all manner of public humiliation if he leaked anything they�re already nothuge fans of his family.

Let us know your thoughts in the commentsbelow.

thanks for watching.

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How To Start Your Own Country

In April 2015 the nation of Liberland  poppedinto existence.

There was no violent overthrow or political negotiations.

One man and hisassociates simply hoisted a flag and proclaimed that a small patch of no-mans land betweenSerbia and Croatia was now the micronation of Liberland.

With an eager population, plansfor a constitution, financial system, and a slogan, the nation seems well on it’sway to legitimacy.

But… can you really just show up and invent a brand new nation? Well,technically yes.

So, how exactly do you do it? The qualifications for what constitutes a“nation” were clearly spelled out in the 1933 Montevideo Convention.

This agreementdefined a state as having sovereignty regardless of whether or not other countries acknowledgedit.

This is called “declarative theory” and is different from “constitutive theory”,which says that other countries have to acknowledge your legitimacy.

Now, technically, withoutinternational acceptance, your nation is pretty much only relevant within your borders.

Butif that’s good enough for you, then let’s find out what you need to do.

First off, you must have a permanent population.

Now, so far no state has been denied for having too small of a population.

So as long as you’rewilling to live permanently in your new nation, go ahead and strike that off your list.

That’swhere The Grand Duchy of Westarctica doesn’t count, because no one, including its founder,has ever permanently lived there.

Next up, you must have a defined territory.

This is where most new nations fall flat.

With very few exceptions, nearly all the visibleland in the world is already claimed.

This leaves you with a couple choices.

The firstis to build, annex, or buy your own island that’s at least 200 nautical miles fromthe nearest claimed territory.

You can also try to invade an existing plot of land, andhope that you can defend your proclaimed borders, or that nobody cares and leaves you alone.

Either way, you need to be able to define your borders and have some form of controlover them.

The micronation Republic of Minerva was invaded and reclaimed by Tonga over aterritory dispute.

Remember, if you can’t fight back, don’t try to take other government’sland.

Now, provided you’ve found or built someclearly defined area, the next thing you need is a government.

All a government really is,is a source of administrative power that makes policy decisions about a country’s goals,security, justice system, infrastructure, and economy.

So figure out what kind of politicalsystem you like: democratic, despotic, anarchist, up to you; and draft a quick constitutionlaying out your micronation vision.

That should do it.

Finally, you must have the capacity to enterinto relations with other states, so send an e-mail, fax, letter, or homing pigeon toyour nearest neighbor saying “hi!”, and you should be good to go on that front aswell.

Starting your own nation is pretty easy, providedthat you’ve got the undisputed land to do it.

Of course, that’s easier said than done.

Without undisputed land, someone, somewhere will demand you pay them taxes.

If you do,then you’re not really an independent state, like the Christiania commune of Denmark.

Ifyou don’t, then you might have some trouble running your country from the inside of ajail cell.

In any case, good luck! There are quite a few regions that have beenfighting for independence from larger nations all over the world.

To learn more about thesepossible future countries, check out our video here.

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How To Start Your Own Country

In April 2015 the nation of Liberland  poppedinto existence.

There was no violent overthrow or political negotiations.

One man and hisassociates simply hoisted a flag and proclaimed that a small patch of no-mans land betweenSerbia and Croatia was now the micronation of Liberland.

With an eager population, plansfor a constitution, financial system, and a slogan, the nation seems well on it’sway to legitimacy.

But… can you really just show up and invent a brand new nation? Well,technically yes.

So, how exactly do you do it? The qualifications for what constitutes a“nation” were clearly spelled out in the 1933 Montevideo Convention.

This agreementdefined a state as having sovereignty regardless of whether or not other countries acknowledgedit.

This is called “declarative theory” and is different from “constitutive theory”,which says that other countries have to acknowledge your legitimacy.

Now, technically, withoutinternational acceptance, your nation is pretty much only relevant within your borders.

Butif that’s good enough for you, then let’s find out what you need to do.

First off, you must have a permanent population.

Now, so far no state has been denied for having too small of a population.

So as long as you’rewilling to live permanently in your new nation, go ahead and strike that off your list.

That’swhere The Grand Duchy of Westarctica doesn’t count, because no one, including its founder,has ever permanently lived there.

Next up, you must have a defined territory.

This is where most new nations fall flat.

With very few exceptions, nearly all the visibleland in the world is already claimed.

This leaves you with a couple choices.

The firstis to build, annex, or buy your own island that’s at least 200 nautical miles fromthe nearest claimed territory.

You can also try to invade an existing plot of land, andhope that you can defend your proclaimed borders, or that nobody cares and leaves you alone.

Either way, you need to be able to define your borders and have some form of controlover them.

The micronation Republic of Minerva was invaded and reclaimed by Tonga over aterritory dispute.

Remember, if you can’t fight back, don’t try to take other government’sland.

Now, provided you’ve found or built someclearly defined area, the next thing you need is a government.

All a government really is,is a source of administrative power that makes policy decisions about a country’s goals,security, justice system, infrastructure, and economy.

So figure out what kind of politicalsystem you like: democratic, despotic, anarchist, up to you; and draft a quick constitutionlaying out your micronation vision.

That should do it.

Finally, you must have the capacity to enterinto relations with other states, so send an e-mail, fax, letter, or homing pigeon toyour nearest neighbor saying “hi!”, and you should be good to go on that front aswell.

Starting your own nation is pretty easy, providedthat you’ve got the undisputed land to do it.

Of course, that’s easier said than done.

Without undisputed land, someone, somewhere will demand you pay them taxes.

If you do,then you’re not really an independent state, like the Christiania commune of Denmark.

Ifyou don’t, then you might have some trouble running your country from the inside of ajail cell.

In any case, good luck! There are quite a few regions that have beenfighting for independence from larger nations all over the world.

To learn more about thesepossible future countries, check out our video here.

Oh, and make sure to subscribe so youdon't miss any upcoming videos! Thanks for watching.

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How to Make the Most Amazing Chocolate Cake

Today on The Stay At Home Chef I'm showing you how to make The Most Amazing Chocolate Cake This is the kind of chocolate cake I image the fat kid ate in Matilda.

It is so moist and so good! We're going to start by preheating the oven to 350 degrees F and then I'm going to show you how to butter a 9-inch pan.

Put some softened butter onto a paper towel and then spread it around the bottom and sides of the pan.

Make sure you get all the sides and edges You don't want this cake to stick.

Then you can either pour in some all-purpose flour or, since we're making a chocolate cake, I'm going to use cocoa powder Sprinkle it in.

Then shake the pan back and forth so you cover all of the bottom tap out the excess and I turn it so it gets all of the sides covered then make sure you give it a hard couple of pats and tap out all of the excess either into a garbage can or the sink and then just set those pans aside.

You're going to want to butter and dust three 9-inch cake rounds.

This is going to be a 3 layer cake and it's amazing! Next, we're going to put together our batter.

In a large mixing bowl, combine 3 cups of flour 3 cups of sugar 1 1/2 cups of cocoa powder 1 tablespoon baking soda 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder and 1 1/2 teaspoons salt Give this a quick whisk to combine it.

Next, we'll add in all of our wet ingredients.

You can either continue whisking this by hand or switch to a hand mixer.

So pour in 4 eggs 1 1/2 cups buttermilk 1 1/2 cups hot water and 1/2 cup vegetable oil And then mix this all together.

Now, you don't want to over mix this.

You're really just looking to combine all the ingredients and make sure that there's no flour or cocoa powder left on the side.

In fact, I like to finish it off by using a hand scraper just scraping the sides and the bottom to make sure everything got in.

Now we're ready to divide the batter among the three pans.

I find that the easiest way to do this is to use a measuring cup and just scoop it in.

I have found that it takes about 3 cups of the batter to fill each pan evenly.

We're going to bake these in the 350 degree F oven for 30 to 35 minutes.

Make sure that you move the rack to the center so that you are baking the cake in the very center of the oven.

This will ensure the most even baking.

If you can only fit two of your cakes at a time, that's fine.

You can bake the third one right after.

Once they're done, remove them from the oven and place them on a wire rack to cool Let them cool for about 10 minutes before turning them over and removing them from the pan.

While you are waiting for the cakes to cool you can go ahead and put together your frosting Now, I've used all kinds of frosting for this cake.

Including whipped chocolate ganache which is pretty good.

Today we're making a chocolate cream cheese buttercream which happens to be my favorite.

Start out with 8 ounces of cream cheese in a bowl and add in 1 1/2 cups of softened butter Use a hand mixer to whip this together.

Once it is light and fluffy add in 1 1/2 cups cocoa powder the kind of cocoa powder you use for this and the cake really matters Use the highest quality cocoa powder you can find.

It really makes a difference.

Mix this together.

At this point I always add in a couple tablespoons of milk.

You may need to add more later.

Frosting is a fickle thing so the amount of milk you add can really vary.

So just eyeball it and trust yourself.

We're going to add in about 8 cups of powdered sugar total.

I like to add it in about 1 cup at a time.

In the end it should look a little something like this.

Now I'm going to finish mine off with a scraper just to make sure all of that powdered sugar gets mixed in Once our cakes are cool we can put it all together with the frosting.

Trust me, this is the most decadent, divine chocolate cake.

Now put on those fat pants and enjoy a slice of the most amazing chocolate cake! You can find the full written recipe in the video description.

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