Atkins Diet: Acceptable Foods

January 21, 2017 Comments off

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The Atkis Diet allows you to loose and maintain weight loss over time.  While on the diet there are many acceptable food you may eat.  These foods target reduced carbohydrate and sugar intake.  Types of acceptable foods include salad greens and other low-glycemic vegetables.  As you proceed through the different phases of the Atkins Diet you should increase the nutrient-dense carbohydrate foods ensuring you steer clear of sugars.  Craig William Taylor has instituted this approach to weight loss and has successfully engaged in the first phase, “Induction”, of the Atkins Diet.  Examples of acceptable foods include: Beef, Chicken, Lamb, Eggs, Goat Cheese, Butter, Cabbage and Kale.

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Atkins Diet

January 17, 2017 Comments off

Although the creator of the “The Atkins Diet”, Dr. Robert Atkins died on Apr. 17, 2003 many people continue to use his weight loss system to shed the pounds. The Atkins diet is a low-carb diet focused on having its practitioners consume protein and fiber supplemented by vitamins. The diet has 4 distinct phases through which weight may be lost and then target weights maintained. Craig William Taylor resident of Vacaville, California has used this diet to not only lose weight but keep the weight off for multiple months. The 4 Atkins phases include Induction, On-going weight loss, Pre-maintenance and Maintenance.

Arthritis Foundation Supports New Act That Ensures Treatment Access

April 19, 2015 Comments off

Craig William Taylor, senior engineer and group leader for Genentech, Inc., is a dedicated member of his community. Craig William Taylor supports several community and charitable organizations, including the Arthritis Foundation.

Dedicated to supporting individuals living with arthritis, the Arthritis Foundation promotes research, spreads knowledge to the public, and advocates for individuals and families. Recently, the organization announced its support of new bipartisan legislation that ensures individuals affected by arthritis will have access to new, effective treatments. This legislation counteracts an increasing trend in the health insurance market that is moving important arthritis medications to specialty tiers, making them less affordable for patients.

Currently, cost-sharing responsibility requires that patients pay between 25 and 50 percent of their medication costs. The Patients’ Access to Treatments Act (PATA) of 2015, if passed, will limit the cost-sharing requirements for specialty tier medications, giving patients lower out-of-pocket expenses for important and innovative arthritis medications. Along with 32 other Coalition for Accessible Treatments members, the Arthritis Foundation encourages patients and physicians to support this act and ask lawmakers to co-sponsor.

Home Landscape Care for Every Season By Craig William Taylor

April 10, 2015 Comments off

No matter the season, your lawn and shrubbery require regular attention to remain in top condition. Here are a few tips for year-round lawn maintenance:

-In the spring, sparingly fertilize grass and apply a natural or chemical weed killer. Aerate and dethatch the lawn as needed.
-In the summer, water the grass in the morning. Soak the grass in about one inch of water weekly. As the summer heat increases, allow the grass to grow a bit longer between mowings to better withstand hot temperatures.
-In the fall, continue watering the grass until winter truly arrives. Begin overseeding in mid-October in mild climates, or in mid-September in cold-weather areas. Regularly rake leaves, as they breed disease and prevent grass from getting much-needed sunlight.
-In the winter, administer a light dose of nitrogen fertilizer late in the season so that lawns will remain green all winter long.

About the Author

Biotechnology manufacturing expert Craig William Taylor has spent more than seven years as a Data Systems Engineer at Genentech, Inc., in Vacaville, California. Away from work, Craig Taylor enjoys landscaping and yard improvement projects.

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Celebrates 50th Anniversary

April 1, 2015 Comments off

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, recognized nationwide as one of the most comprehensive pediatric cancer hospitals in the country, this year celebrates 50 years of research and treatment of children with cancer and other diseases. According to the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health, cancer ranks as the leading cause of death by disease among children in the United States aged 14 and younger. With support and contributions from individuals around the country, including longtime supporter Craig William Taylor, St. Jude has helped children and their families cope with catastrophic illnesses in a loving and supportive environment.

As part of the 50th anniversary celebration, St. Jude has implemented a number of initiatives to commemorate this milestone:

1. St. Jude is asking patients, families, volunteers, donors, doctors, and nurses to share their favorite St. Jude story.
2. The hospital is inviting everyone to participate in social networking and to join in the conversation regarding pediatric cancer.
3. St. Jude is presenting a challenge to supporters to help run St. Jude for 50 days, whether by donating monetarily or by donating a gift in tribute.

At St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, every child is treated regardless of religion, race, or the family’s ability to pay for services.

Craig William Taylor is a Senior Data Systems Engineer for Genentech, Inc., in Vacaville, California. In addition to St. Jude, Craig Taylor supports Ronald McDonald House and the Arthritis Foundation.

Craig William Taylor: Current Career Highlights

April 11, 2013 Comments off

Craig William Taylor Casual-BWA graduate of the University of California, Davis, Craig William Taylor currently serves as Senior Data Systems Engineer at Genentech, Inc., a prominent California-based biotechnology company. Holding a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, as well as a Master of Business Administration, Mr. Taylor maintains ties with IBC Life Sciences, a professional organization that functions as a division of Informa plc. Headquartered in London, England, Informa plc facilitates more than 10,000 educational courses and conferences around the world each year and concurrently oversees a publishing business with over 40,000 titles in print. As Informa Plc’s Drug Discovery and Biopharmaceutical Production division, IBC Life Sciences organizes numerous networking affairs, exhibitions, and informative seminars for the purpose of supporting advancements in the scientific community. Established in 1987, IBC Life Sciences commits to objectivity, going to great lengths to encourage the exchange of unbiased ideas amongst its members.

In addition to his involvement in the activities of IBC Life Sciences, Craig William Taylor holds membership in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Sharing IBC Life Sciences’ mission of providing technical resources to the scientific community, AIChE’s global network comprises more than 40,000 chemical engineers. With members in 93 countries across the world, AIChE publishes a wide array of industry-specific reading material, including Chemical Engineering Progress, a monthly journal filled with information on the latest technical developments in the chemical-engineering field. To further support its members’ professional development, AIChE offers a variety of continuing education courses. AIChE’s education programs are fully accredited and taught by highly respected scholars and researchers. As a member of AIChE, Craig William Taylor joins other leaders of the scientific community who are dedicated to the utmost excellence in their work.

Real-Time Strategy Computer Games

December 6, 2012 Comments off

In the world of computer gaming, real-time strategy (RTS) refers to a type of game in which the player controls movable units and buildings with the intent of controlling a map and eliminating an opponent’s army. Although the genre existed as early as the 1980s, RTS truly grew to prominence in the late 1990s with the rise of game developer Blizzard Entertainment. Here is a list of some of the most famous RTS titles in recent years.

Released in 1998, Starcraft is considered by many to be the seminal title in the modern RTS genre. In the game, players control one of three races fighting to dominate the far reaches of the Milky Way. The Terrans, human exiles from Earth, are highly resourceful and capable of adapting to many unique situations. The insect-like Zerg genetically assimilate other races and produce large numbers of weaker units for use in combat. By far the most technologically advanced of the three races, the Protoss rely on expensive and powerful units in battle. Players gather resources to build armies and achieve technological advances while attempting to eliminate their opponent. Starcraft is one of the best-selling computer games of all time, having sold 11 million copies as of February 2009.

Warcraft III
This RTS title, released in 2002, built on the success of Starcraft four years before. Players control one of four races (Humans, Orcs, Night Elves, and the Undead), and they use special hero units to augment their armies. By including the hero unit, Blizzard Entertainment combined elements of traditional RTS games and more character-centered RPG (role-playing game) titles such as Diablo and the Final Fantasy series.

Starcraft II
The long-awaited sequel to the hit game Starcraft, Starcraft II first hit stores in July 2010. The game retains many of the same features as the original and includes a host of new units and buildings. Starcraft II also operates on a fully 3D engine and contains impressive graphics compared to the original. In just the first month after its release, Starcraft II sold more than 3 million copies.