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Albert Cyprys is a longtime and passionate enthusiast of good eating and exercise practices, and is currently working in New York City.

He is paying more and more attention to the foods that he eats, and is learning more about natural and organic food. Studies show that non-organic foods have only minimal amounts of chemical residues from pesticides, and that they are not enough to pose a danger to your health. But advocates of organic foods believe that it is safer to consume organically grown foods, and that this is the only way to completely avoid foods that have residues of fertilizers and other potentially dangerous chemicals.

Food products are legally classified as organic when they come from farms and processing plants that have been certified as organic by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Certification as organic ensures that these facilities are up to Federal organic standards. The inspectors check to make sure that only organic methods are in use, and that the places haven’t been contaminated by non-organic compounds, synthetic fertilizers, or pesticides.

It’s easy to check whether foods are organic by reading the labels on them in the grocery store. But there are three types of labeling that are allowed, and they don’t mean the same thing. Foods may be labeled as 100% organic if they contain all organically grown ingredients, not including water and salt. The label “Organic,” without that “100%,” means that the food has at least ninety-five percent organic ingredients, again not counting water and salt. They also can’t include sulfites as a preservative. The third label is “Made with Organic Ingredients.” Foods with this label must contain at least seventy percent organic ingredients, except for added water and salt.

Albert Cyprys is careful to read the labels of the foods he buys in stores in and around New York.

Sources: http://nutrition.about.com/od/recipesmenus/a/organic.htm

http://www.earth-hugger.com/getting-started-on-organic-foods.html

Dedicated professional and outdoor enthusiast Albert Cyprys lives and works in New York City. He understands and touts the importance of pursuing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

He makes sure to lead a healthy and active life, one that includes plenty of exercise and healthy foods. A healthy diet is one that gives your body all the nutrients that it needs each day, while at the same time staying within recommended daily intake of calories. Doctors and nutritionists say that one of the best benefits of a healthy diet is that it lowers the risk of heart disease and other serious health issues.

A healthy diet is one that emphasizes fresh vegetables and fruits, preferably organic, along with whole grains, and low-fat or fat-free dairy products. It also includes lean cuts of meat, plenty of fish, beans, eggs, and nuts. Dietitians also recommend controlled portion sizes, and limited the amounts of saturated and trans fats, sodium, and added sugars you consume.

For most people, the secret to maintaining a good weight or even shedding a few pounds is balance. It comes down to reducing the number of calories you get from food and beverages, and increasing your physical activity: in short, burning more calories and consuming less. Most women are able to safely lose weight with an eating plan that has 1,200 to 1,500 calories a day. For people who get plenty of exercise, the calorie range is 1,500 to 1,800 per day.

Albert Cyprys is committed to eating right and to getting plenty of exercise.

Sources:
https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/eat/calories.htm
http://www.helpguide.org/articles/healthy-eating/healthy-eating.htm

Albert Cyprys understands the importance of maintaining both a healthy body and a sound mind. He leads an active life that focuses on personal fitness and proper eating habits.

Unfortunately, studies show that not very many adults meet the criteria for a healthy lifestyle. Only about three percent of American adults met all the four basic standards of healthy living, according to one study. Those standards include maintaining a healthy diet, getting plenty of exercise, maintaining the proper weight, and not smoking. The good news is that it only a few lifestyle changes can make a big difference. All of these lifestyle changes are most effective when done together, but even one or two of them can make a difference.

One of the most basic things to consider is how you eat; experts say that a healthy diet is essential to longevity. The focus should be on eating a diet of whole, nutritious foods instead of junk food and processed foods. Junk food and processed foods are loaded with sugar and unhealthy, “empty” calories that can raise insulin levels. Raised insulin levels can not only accelerate the aging process but increase the risks of chronic disease and obesity. The best diet focuses on whole, unprocessed foods that is heavy on organic vegetables, grass-fed meats, raw dairy, and nuts.

Albert Cyprys has an increasing interest in whole, organic foods and a healthy diet. He also gets plenty of exercise.

Albert Cyprys is a member of Beta Alpha Psi, an honorary accountant’s organization with a distinguished history.   First president Russell Morrison was the only one of the original founding members who was still a practicing CPA by 1939, and was also a member of the American Accounting Association.  Morrison helped further the cause of accounting and CPA’s through his work on the Committee to Prepare a Statement of Basic Accounting Theory.  Beta Alpha Psi created a national constitution in 1921, but did not admit women until 1950 when Jeannie Skelton of Miami University was admitted as the first female member.

Today, Beta Alpha Psi has chapters at the University of Sydney and the University of Technology Sydney, Australia.  Massey University, the University of Auckland, the University of Waikato and Victoria University, all of New Zealand, also support chapters of Beta Alpha Psi.  The organization’s Professional Partners is a group of prominent professional accountants in public accounting, industry and government who provide advice and assistance to the operations and special projects of Beta Alpha Psi.  On a local level, students guide each chapter’s work, but local chapters such as that of Albert Cyprys may act as accounting honor societies, or as financial information fraternities.

Today, Albert Cyprys continues his association with Beta Alpha Psi, as he works as an accountant, evaluating and pricing products appropriately in a variety of worldwide markets, calculating delivery costs and information into a total estimate of evaluations of cost versus profit, which in turn is affected by the determination of the appropriate profit margin for the product and for the market.

Albert Cyprys works today as an accountant for a global marketing firm.  Global marketing is defined as “marketing on a worldwide scale…”  Global marketing attempts to take advantage of, or at least reconcile, the operational differences, similarities and opportunities of global economic operations.  Cyprys’ accounting skills are called into play along with a much broader range of knowledge of other financial markets.  Global marketing is concerned with worldwide competition in any number of different sales areas.    The global marketing work of Albert Cyprys is challenged with the fast pace of change in international markets, as well as the emergence of new competition and the leveling effect of technology between markets.  Remaining internationally competitive is a priority, and toward that end it is important to employ staff with sharp and current information on global sales movements, and the ability to translate that knowledge into clever and market based uses.  One of the greatest challenges in product lines is the marketing company’s ability to translate products into desirable objects in targeted markets.

The accounting skills of Albert Cyprys must be broad based, as global marketing concerns have blurred local and national boundaries of competition.  To be viable in the global marketplace, marketing forces must be responsive locally and internationally, able to interpret shifts in buying quickly and respond to those shifts just as quickly.

Global marketing firms are specialized service firms which can help rebrand and export brands or whole companies.  Due to shifts in trading approaches, standards and practices, the international marketplace transforms very quickly, and new technologies have quickly changed the nature of relationships between companies.  Albert Cyprys keeps his form financially abreast of global events.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_marketing

Albert Cyprys is a member of Beta Alpha Psi, a professional honor organization for accounting, finance and information systems students.  This organization which promotes fellowship and the exchange of career and academic information among members, was founded in 1919 at the University of Illinois, although it is now based in Durham, North Carolina.  With over 300 chapters and 300,000 members worldwide, Beta Alpha Psi works to celebrate scholastic and professional standards of the highest order among those in business information careers.  Included in the credos of Beta Alpha Psi are directives to “strive to encourage a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility”.  High social values in an organization which also promote his accounting career, fits Albert Cyprys’ sensibilities regarding the support and elevation of his fellow man.

The Certified Public Accountant title, shortened to the acronym CPA, was established in New York in 1896.  To foster even more focus on accounting knowledge as it relates to commerce, Beta Alpha Psi began 23 years later to encourage the CPA certification on college campuses.  CPA certification regulations were quick to follow in all of the United States.  Albert Cyprys owes his current pride in membership in Beta Alpha Psi to Hiram Scovill, a young accounting professor who returned to his alma mater, the University of Illinois in 1908 and formed an accounting club with a junior colleague, A.C. Littleton.  The first three principles of membership were scholarship, practicality and sociability, and the infant organization emphasized ethics in the practice of accounting.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beta_Alpha_Psi

Albert Cyprys is a member of Beta Alpha Psi, a professional honor organization for accounting, finance and information systems students.  This organization which promotes fellowship and the exchange of career and academic information among members, was founded in 1919 at the University of Illinois, although it is now based in Durham, North Carolina.  With over 300 chapters and 300,000 members worldwide, Beta Alpha Psi works to celebrate scholastic and professional standards of the highest order among those in business information careers.  Included in the credos of Beta Alpha Psi are directives to “strive to encourage a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility”.  High social values in an organization which also promote his accounting career, fits Albert Cyprys’ sensibilities regarding the support and elevation of his fellow man.

The Certified Public Accountant title, shortened to the acronym CPA, was established in New York in 1896.  To foster even more focus on accounting knowledge as it relates to commerce, Beta Alpha Psi began 23 years later to encourage the CPA certification on college campuses.  CPA certification regulations were quick to follow in all of the United States.  Albert Cyprys owes his current pride in membership in Beta Alpha Psi to Hiram Scovill, a young accounting professor who returned to his alma mater, the University of Illinois in 1908 and formed an accounting club with a junior colleague, A.C. Littleton.  The first three principles of membership were scholarship, practicality and sociability, and the infant organization emphasized ethics in the practice of accounting.

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