Steroids facts australia

Okay, De Vany seems to think the only food humans farm are grains. News flash, fruits and vegetables have been farmed as well, and the nutrient content of today's fruits and vegetables is very different from those of paleo man. The fruits are bred for high sugar content, large size, pleasing appearance, pest resistance, and other qualities. While veggies are not bred specifically for high sugar content, they most definitely are not bred for high nutritional content either. Like fruits, they are bred for those qualities that will yield the highest net profit to growers. The point being that the fruits and veggies we eat today are not the fruits and veggies we ate as hunter-gatherers. Furthermore, most of the calories in fruit and veggies are carbohydrate, that nasty nutrient that De Vany wants us to avoid. Moreover, the fruit is predominately simple sugars, the nastiest of the carbohydrates (according to De Vany).

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  1. Again with the national average shown by the red line, (exports are one-third the value of imports) Western Australia has the highest ratio with exports nearly equal to imports. However, and in contrast with the other Australian states, Western Australia's exports have failed to keep up with the growth of imports, declining from a peak of 100 per cent in 1992 to 80 per cent of imports in 1996.
  2. The best performing state is Queensland whose exports have nearly trebled compared with imports in the last eight years. Imports are still exceeded by exports by a factor of two.
  3. The states of New South Wales and Victoria , while improving are underperforming. For New South Wales the value of imports still exceed exports by a factor of more than four - the status of Australia around 1989.
  Research and Development UNDER DEVELOPMENT Broadly, Australia is the 14th largest economy (ranked by GDP) but 21st in science and technology. Almost 45 per cent of business R&D is undertaken by affiliates of international companies - much on the development and adaptation of products to suit the Australian market. In PACIA's 1998 Performance Survey; R&D outlays are expressed by size of business ( large , medium and small that are defined by range) that increases with size of business.    Small per cent Medium  per cent Large per cent In the following graph, R&D by PACIA members (Red for Australia)  is compared with R&D outlays of international companies (prepared by SalomonSmithBarney in Gyrus 1999). Surprisingly, over 80 per cent of participants of their survey indicated that the reduced reduction of the R&D tax concession (from 150 to 125 percent), would have NO impact on planned expenditure. Comments and suggestions welcomed.  

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