You know the French Paradox and how it confounds the experts.To mention all those smug surrender monkeys with their brie and their butter and their duck confit and their Gauloises and their seeming imperviousness to heart attacks is to make Dean Ornish binge on bran and pull out tuft after tuft of frizzy hair.According to AYI.com, Vancouver men have the hardest time getting a date through online dating sites than any other city in Canada.Montreal women were ranked second and Ottawa came in third.It is highly unlikely that he was demoted briefly and then promoted again; it is more likely that they forgot from the original rank they had previously claimed for him.
It’s frustrating to feel constantly challenged on something that shouldn’t matter to anyone but me.
There’s even an American Paradox – those who ate the most saturated fat had the least coronary heart disease – that had the minds of researchers thoroughly boggled.
All those paradoxes work out in “our favor.” Saturated fat gets off pretty much scot-free and omega-6 vegetable oils get raked over the coals (and, presumably, oxidized).
And then there’s the lesser-known Israeli Paradox, which attempts to answer why Israelis have skyrocketing rates of heart disease despite a skyrocketing intake of “healthy” omega-6 fatty acids.
In its wake, Walter Willet might be found weeping into a mug of safflower oil.
“With a bigger pool, your odds of meeting a quality person are less, so screening is essential.”Rice said that women in Vancouver should be picky when messaging with men online, especially on free sites.“Any woman in Vancouver has a handful of online dating horror stores, so that’s probably the reason they have the perception of being picky,” he said.