Category: Nutrition

After a long day of working and doing your holiday shopping, there’s nothing like unwinding with a nice drink. Usually, it’s best if those drinks are chilled. And the best way to chill a drink is with round ice. Rounded ice lasts longer and distributes the cold more evenly. So you’ll need to look for the Best Round Ice Molds.

There are a ton of Round Ice Molds out there. And not all of them are worth owning. So we have picked out the Best Round Ice Molds on Amazon for you. Check them out below.

When it comes to picking out the best overall ice mold, we came to the decision that the Adoric Ice Mold was the best of the bunch. That’s for a few reasons. For one, you get a lot more ice out of it than most round ice molds. 6 round ice molds in one … Read the rest

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A Kiwi nanny who travelled around the world now has the lungs of a 20-year-smoker and spends half-a-day sleeping after she contracted Covid-19

Helena Power has been hospitalised twice and now suffers from breathing difficulties that are so severe she is confined to her London apartment since December.

Ms Power left Auckland, to look after a billionaire’s child in London at the start of 2020, New Zealand Herald reported.

Helena Power has been hospitalised twice and now suffers from breathing difficulties that are so severe she has been confined to her London apartment, in the United Kingdom, since December

Helena Power has been hospitalised twice and now suffers from breathing difficulties that are so severe she has been confined to her London apartment, in the United Kingdom, since December

She spent much of the year jetting around Ibiza, Switzerland, and Australia before returning to London.

The 26-year-old found a nanny job with another family before they decided to move to Qatar in the Middle East.

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Your lower abs are high maintenance. It takes a clean diet and consistent regimen to make them pop. While your total-body sessions hit your core, it’s equally important to do a targeted lower ab workout at least once a week. Doing so can reduce and prevent low-back pain, and help correct posture and pelvic tilt issues. A strong core connection and understanding how to engage your lower abs will improve your everyday movements but also unlock greater strength gains whether you’re training at home or in the gym.

6 Things People Get All Wrong About Abs

You'll hear all kinds of myths about carving out a six-pack. Don't believe them.

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Over time, you’ll stop overworking the muscles you’re not trying to target—but often take over—and see more defined lower abs. Some tips before you attack the lower ab workout below: Targeting the lower abs can be thwarted by … Read the rest

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Dr. Anthony Fauci says that the United States is ‘real close’ to approving a third COVID-19 vaccine – and the first single-dose jab – as the latest coronavirus data shows declining rates of hospitalizations as well as lower rates of infection in 44 states.

According to the most recent figures released on Friday evening by The COVID Tracking Project, there were nearly 189,000 new cases of COVID-19 nationwide on Friday.

Encouragingly, Friday saw 3,685 fewer hospitalizations compared to the day before.

Latest data from The COVID Tracking Project on Friday shows a decline in the number of daily COVID-19 cases as well as hospitalizations in the United States, though the daily fatality count remains high

Latest data from The COVID Tracking Project on Friday shows a decline in the number of daily COVID-19 cases as well as hospitalizations in the United States, though the daily fatality count remains high

Encouragingly, Friday saw 3,685 fewer hospitalizations compared to the day before. As of Friday evening, there were 116,264 Americans hospitalized nationwide with COVID-19. According to The COVID Tracking Project, hospitalizations are falling in about half of the country - 24 states

Encouragingly, Friday saw 3,685 fewer hospitalizations compared to the day before. As of Friday evening, there were 116,264 Americans hospitalized nationwide with COVID-19. According to The COVID Tracking Project, hospitalizations are falling in about half of the country - 24 states

Encouragingly, Friday saw 3,685 fewer hospitalizations compared to the day before. As of Friday evening, there were 116,264 Americans hospitalized nationwide with COVID-19. According to The COVID Tracking Project, hospitalizations are falling in about half of the

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In the last days of 2020, Oculus quietly rolled out a fitness tracker, called Oculus Move, that lives inside its Quest headsets. Users who download the software can watch the calories they burn in virtual reality, along with their physically active minutes, climb on a ticker floating above or below their field of view. With a deeper dive into the tracker’s dashboard, they can also set goals and track their progress over time.

Move appears to be an acknowledgment from Oculus that fitness is a primary reason for many people to use VR. That’s certainly the case for me. I’m not much of a gamer in general, but for the past couple months, I’ve exercised nearly every day in virtual reality. And despite what you might think about the incompatibility of video games and exercise, these are serious workouts. Some end with me gasping for breath and wringing sweat from … Read the rest

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If you believe you are capable of becoming the healthy, engaged person you want to be in old age, you are much more likely to experience that outcome, a recent Oregon State University study shows.

How we think about who we’re going to be in old age is very predictive of exactly how we will be.”

Shelbie Turner, Study Co-Author, Doctoral Student, College of Public Health and Human Sciences, Oregon State University

Previous studies on aging have found that how people thought about themselves at age 50 predicted a wide range of future health outcomes up to 40 years later — cardiovascular events, memory, balance, will to live, hospitalizations; even mortality.

“Previous research has shown that people who have positive views of aging at 50 live 7.5 years longer, on average, than people who don’t,” said Karen Hooker, co-author of the study and the Jo Anne Leonard Petersen Endowed Chair … Read the rest

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Hidden in the depths of the Kaimanawa Forest Park in the heart of New Zealand’s North Island is the 80-foot Tauranga-Taupo waterfall. First discovered and descended some 10 years ago by Kiwi legend Brendon Bayley, it’s had a mixed history for kayakers that’s included clean lines, broken backs and near drownings. This December, rains primed the flow-dependent drop to the perfect level of 600 cubic feet per second, and two of New Zealand’s most-promising young chargers returned after a scouting mission with one plan: to run the drop. The 16-year-old George Snook and Zack Mutton made the brutal two-hour hike with kayaks and checked the flow one last time before dropping inThe falls are known for their tricky entrance and tough lip, however, with the sun out on a glorious summer’s day in the Southern Hemisphere, the timing worked perfectly. Everything aligned for the lads to Read the rest

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Tammy Hembrow is ready to expand her Saski Collection activewear line with a new collection.

On Wednesday, the 26-year-old revealed she was bringing back a popular ensemble from the brand – and she did so by sharing two pictures of herself donning the grey outfit. 

In the photos, the model leaves little to the imagination as the tight shorts ride up her voluptuous derriere. 

Just peachy! Taking to her Instagram on Wednesday, business owner Tammy appeared to leave VERY little to the imagination as she wore tight shorts which rode up her voluptuous derriere

Just peachy! Tammy Hembrow flaunted her curves in grey activewear on Wednesday 

Making the announcement the blonde beauty wrote: ‘Originals are back! This time with shorts. Dropping sooner than you think.’

Fans were quick to react to the snaps, particularly those who left a flood of compliments on the Instagram post.

‘You’re so hot can you stop,’ one said. While a second commented: ‘You wear it well.’

And a third added: ‘Yesss been waiting for this!’ 

Tammy also let fans know the new garments would be on … Read the rest

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When Kai Lenny tells you a wave is scary, you best believe it. The Maui native has dedicated his life to chasing waves, and he thrives in nearly every high-performance water sport under the sun. At 28, Lenny holds the 2019-’20 WSL Big Wave Award for men’s best overall performance, the 2020 XXL Biggest Wave Award for his 70-foot ride at Nazaré, and is the youngest person ever to have been inducted into the Surfers’ Hall of Fame. Although Lenny still has a lot of exploring to do, he’s ridden his fare share of heavy waves and has the stories and accolades to prove it. Here are the five scariest waves in the world, according to Kai Lenny.

 

Mavericks
Pillar Point Harbor, California

 

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Located just north of Half Moon Bay, Mavericks is a deep-water wave that … Read the rest

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New high-resolution structures of the bacterial ribosome determined by researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago show that a single water molecule may be the cause -; and possible solution -; of antibiotic resistance.

The findings of the new UIC study are published in the journal Nature Chemical Biology.

Pathogenic germs become resistant to antibiotics when they develop the ability to defeat the drugs designed to kill them. Each year in the U.S., millions of people suffer from antibiotic-resistant infections, and thousands of people die as a result.

Developing new drugs is a key way the scientific community is trying to reduce the impact of antibiotic resistance.

The first thing we need to do to make improved drugs is to better understand how antibiotics work and how ‘bad bugs’ become resistant to them.”

Alexander Mankin, Study Co-Author and Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, University of Illinois at

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