She had a few small beers, two small glasses of wine, and three or four Irish coffees - between units. I was tired and hadn't had a sleep in the day time.
My last memory of Paula was going back to the room - nothing out of the ordinary. But I woke up sometime after midnight and found Paula lying on the floor propped up against a chest of drawers. I touched her belly and it was cold and then tried to find a pulse.
Her legs had changed colour. I shook her and tried to speak to her but got nothing. Paramedics attended and tried resuscitation but she could not be saved. Paramedics attempted to save her but could not What is the drink-drive limit in Spain compared with Britain? The rules in Spain regarding drink driving are very strict.
A person must not get behind the wheel with more than 50 milligrams of alcohol per millilitre of blood. The adult driver limit is equivalent to 2. A half pint of beer is one unit. A full pint of premium beer can be up to 2. In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the legal alcohol limit for drivers is 80 milligrams of alcohol for every millilitres of blood in your body.
This is the equivalent of four units for a man and three for a woman. In the UK the limit is applied equally to drivers of all ages.
A ml glass of wine is usually 2. A Spanish toxicologist said tests showed Mrs Bishop had an alcohol count of 4 grams per litre of blood in her system - around eight times the country's drink driving limit. Spain allows drivers up to 0. Dr Naveen Sharma a consultant histopathologist at Whiston hospital in Liverpool said the levels of alcohol in Mrs Bishop's system were 'fatally toxic' and concluded her cause of death was heart failure due to 'acute alcohol toxicity'.
Recording a verdict of alcohol-related death coroner Tim Brennand said: She retired to bed and some time after midnight she was discovered collapsed on the apartment floor.
Paula Bishop and husband Stuart from Wigan had spent the day drinking in bars in the Canary Islands on the day she died Paula Bishop, an NHS pharmacy worker, was described as 'a wonderful person and a loving wife who was full of life' 'The real tragedy here is that it may well have been that both she and perhaps her husband and partner in life did not appreciate the amount of alcohol taken.
This is the tragedy of this particular case. Words cannot do justice. Paula was a wonderful person and a loving wife who was full of life.
Eat more kale, cut out meat, cut out sugar, eat this fat not that fat, eat some carbs but not too much, read the labels, watch your calories Now, we are on the brink of a new health fad.
But this one is far more simple: According to the annual trend advisory from Whole Foods, compiled by the store's panel of registered dietitians, purple food is seeing a surge in popularity - and for good reason. According to research at NC State Universitythe properties in blueberries can even stop prostate cancer tumors from forming. The collagen degrades, and the skin loses is tightness, causing wrinkles.
And last year, a study found obese rats fed with sweet potato lost more weight than those that did not. That was attributed to the high level of anthocyanins in purple sweet potato, which control the levels of leption the 'fat' hormone. The diet promises to improve cardiovascular health, fight cancer and give you a huge energy boost.
The study, published in the Annals of Neurologystudied 16, people. They did follow-ups with each person twice a year, checking their dietary habits. Those who consume more anthocyanin-rich berries fared overwhelmingly better in cognitive tests.
They may also help rejuvenate the cardiovascular system and help repair the damaged tissue. Plums, for example, are packed with Vitamin C and fibre, while purple potatoes are high in potassium, iron and contain the same antioxidant levels as kale.
Indeed, nutritionists and celebrity health proponents - like Ella Woodward - are constantly advising people to eat more purple food. And even Mariah Carey backs the so-called 'purple diet', which she claims helped her shed her baby weight after giving birth to Moroccan and Monroe in For hundreds of years, these small dark berries have been integral to the diet of native Amazon people. The berries are packed with amino acids, as well as vitamins A, B, C and E and minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, copper and zinc.
The fruit perishes quickly after being picked, so to help preserve its goodness it is often made into acai berry juice, supplements or powder, which is often whizzed into a smoothie.
Speaking about the potent powder, food blogger and nutritionist Deliciously Ella said: An increasingly popular way to consume acai is in an 'acai bowl' - something abundant on the streets of Brazil. You blend up acai with banana, and occasionally other ingredients including nut milk, nut butter, bee pollen, and spirulina. The smoothie is then topped with granola and other morsels such as coconut flakes and goji berries.
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