Losing More Weight Faster With Low Carb Diet Food

Just as the name suggests, a low carb diet includes foods that are low in carbohydrates and naturally high in proteins. There are plenty of options available when deciding to eat a low carb diet. Fish, poultry, many cheeses and salad greens are all low carb favorites that will satisfy your hunger and help you avoid carbohydrates.

The greatest advantage of eating these foods is that you will find yourself losing weight in a short amount of time. By reducing or eliminating the carbohydrates you consume you will begin to shed extra pounds without sacrificing taste and satisfaction in the foods you eat.

Plan Your Meals Ahead

Start by planning your food selections ahead of time in order to keep variety in your diet, and to avoid eating the same foods repeatedly. For most dieters, the main objective is weight loss, which is the reason for consuming diet food low in carbohydrates. Additionally, some people who have been diagnosed with hyperinsulinemia will do well on this diet. These foods help regulate blood pressure, stabilize high triglycerides and have been found to help people suffering from certain anxiety disorders.

Some people with digestive problems or others who are trapped in binge eating patterns will benefit from a low carb diet which can offer a solution to all of these maladies. They aim to reduce or eliminate white flour and sugar, both culprits in so many eating and digestive problems.

Some fruits, although not all, are excluded when doing these diets. Certain dieters need just 25 grams of carbs every day, while others require even less. Usually, low carb diets include seafood, eggs, meat, some cheeses, some fat, most fruits and low starch vegetables.

You can find a large selection of low carbohydrate diet recipes that are easy and enjoyable. Included in your personal diet food options are the Atkins Diet and the South Beach Zone Diet.

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How Proper Eye Care Can Help Save You Money

Saving money is on everyone’s mind in these uncertain economic times. There are various areas where small changes can mean real savings ­­– carpooling to work, bringing a bagged lunch and a brewed cup of coffee from home as opposed to going out. But when saving a few dollars comes at the expense of your health, the long-term risks far exceed any short-term benefits. This is the case with contact lenses.

Although wearing your contact lenses for longer than your prescription allows may seem like an easy way to save some money, it can have detrimental effects on ocular health.

Contact lenses are a medical device and should be treated as such, in accordance with the recommendations of your eye care practitioner. Wearing contact lenses for too long can lead to abnormal blood vessel growth on the cornea; epithelial microcysts; thinning of the cornea; and reduced corneal sensitivity.

Eye problems caused by contact lens overwear are generally due to a decrease in oxygen transmitted to the eye. Oxygen is essential to the health of the cornea. When the eye is not absorbing enough oxygen through the contact lens, hypoxic conditions ensue. Hypoxia can lead to serious infections, including microbial keratitis, a painful and potentially sight-threatening corneal infection.

Eye infections and other problems that arise from improper contact lens care can be very costly – medical expenses and lost days of work, not to mention the inconvenience and impact on quality of life of vision problems. In 1990, researchers estimated that the cost of blindness and visual impairment to the federal budget of the United States was approximately $4 billion.

Risks and best practices

Contact lenses have been around for more than 100 years and though significant advances have been made in that time, the risks and side effects associated with wear remain a reality.

A contact lens is a foreign object to the eye. If the lens does not fit properly or is not properly cared for, it can adversely affect vision and the eye itself.

The most common problems associated with contact lens wear are excess tearing, itching or burning, dryness, sensitivity to light, and distorted vision. All of these symptoms can be worsened by improper lens care, which includes wearing lenses too long.

On occasion, a contact lens wearer will wear their lenses until their vision becomes blurred or distorted, and may not realize that this behavior can cause permanent, irreversible damage to the cornea, the front covering of the eye which provides about two-thirds of the eye’s focusing power.

When contact lens wearers disregard their cleaning and lens replacement schedules, the ability of their contact lens to transmit oxygen to the cornea decreases, and deposits build up on the lens surface and within the lens material itself.

The continued wear of lenses with protein deposits can lead to infections, giant papillary conjunctivitis, and potentially serious long-term hypoxic changes such as myopia creep, corneal thinning, and chronic low-grade corneal edema.

Cutting corners with contact lens care can result in temporary, and in some cases, permanent eye damage. However, contact lens wearers who properly maintain and care for their lenses are benefited greatly by it.

Although there are several types of contact lenses that are approved for continuous wear for up to 30 days, this schedule is not appropriate for everyone. Wearing lenses at night reduces the amount of oxygen that is transmitted to the cornea. This reduction in oxygen absorption can damage the surface of the cornea, allowing germs and bacteria to grow more rapidly.

Every person’s eyes are different and respond differently to contact lenses. It is important to discuss a schedule that best suits your individual needs with your eye care practitioner.

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An Update on Transdermal Melatonin Use, Sleep Challenges and Jet Lag

Ask a frequent flyer about melatonin and you will probably be met with mixed reviews. While the melatonin website offers a long list of contra-indications (1) users still find it useful to a point. It now looks like the less is more dictum of using melatonin will replace the excessive use of the past. Research is now suggesting that low dose melatonin delivered via the skin (2) may better serve those with sleep challenges including jet lagged frequent flyers.

The jet lag problem faced by frequent flyers was never going to be cured by melatonin alone. Flyers looking for a consummate solution should look at all aspects of their frequent flying lifestyle, however a review of the current research suggests melatonin can play a healthy role in the arsenal of tools at the disposal of frequent flyers.

Here is a round-up of what we know about melatonin at the moment. Starting with melatonin suppression (3) , a lack encourages

  • Cancer proliferation
  • Immunity compromise
  • Disordered energy metabolism
  • Compromised reproductive function and
  • Altered eating behaviors

Normal melatonin production encourages

  • Super antioxidant protection throughout the body
  • Immunological modulation
  • Sleep onset and
  • Regulates hormonal function

The buzz surrounding melatonin shifted gears with research suggesting transdermal melatonin application may be of benefit where traditional melatonin use previously failed. Failures of note are oral melatonin's short elimination half-life cycle, which meant while sleep onset could be achieved, maintaining sleep for the duration was not guaranteed. Another challenge was the possibility of overloading the liver with oral melatonin and its metabolites. As disruptive as this is a knock on effect is in how these metabolites interact with other aspects of the endocrine system.

The average person needs 0.03mg of melatonin to fall asleep. The majority of melatonin pills have multiple times that, up to 300 times. Transdermal melatonin avoids the dangers mentioned above and is easy and convenient to use. Where it really shines is in its ability to keep you asleep in a different time zone when you would normally be awake because of the daylight.

Given the mixed results and possible pitfalls of traditional melatonin use, I was skeptical but hopeful of transdermal melatonin's promise. While my first preference is to always pick natural alternatives (like tart cherries in this instance), I can now say I would use transdermal melatonin alongside other healthy tools in my jet lag beating arsenal.

References

(1) Melatonin.com accessed 20th October 2016

(2) Use of transdermal melatonin delivery to improve sleep maintenance during daytime – Aeschbach, D et al. "Use of Transdermal Melatonin Delivery to Improve Sleep Maintenance during Daytime." Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics 86.4 (2009): 378-382. PMC . Web. 25 Oct. 2016.

(3) Melatonin, sleep disturbance and cancer risk – Sleep Med Rev. 2009 Aug; 13 (4): 257-64. doi: 10.1016 / j.smrv.2008.07.007. Epub 2008 Dec 17

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England Expects a Decent Strikeforce

England take on Slovakia in a friendly on Saturday (17.00, Setanta Sports 1) then the Ukraine in a World Cup Qualifier on Wednesday (20.00, ITV1).

Here is the England squad in full (since the withdrawal of Ledley King):

Goalkeepers: David James (Portsmouth), Robert Green (West Ham United), Ben Foster (Manchester United) Defenders: Leighton Baines (Everton), Phil Jagielka (Everton), Joleon Lescott (Everton), Ashley Cole (Chelsea), John Terry (Chelsea), Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United), Glen Johnson (Portsmouth), Matthew Upson (West Ham United), Ledley King (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Gareth Barry (Aston Villa), Michael Carrick (Manchester United), Frank Lampard (Chelsea), Stewart Downing (Middlesbrough), David Beckham (AC Milan), Shaun Wright-Phillips (Manchester City), Aaron Lennon (Tottenham Hotspur), Steven Gerrard (Liverpool). Forwards: Carlton Cole (West Ham United), Peter Crouch (Portsmouth), Emile Heskey (Aston Villa), Wayne Rooney (Manchester United).

Our weakness is our strikeforce. Carlton Cole? Really? Heskey is an able foil, Crouch an impact sub… and Rooney is yet to find his best position or arguably form for his country. That is a severe paucity of options. Where are the world class English forwards? They are not abroad; are they being overlooked in the Premiership? Let’s have a look at the top scoring Englishmen…

Steven Gerrard 13

Peter Crouch 11

Kevin Davies 11

Gabriel Agbonlahor 10

Darren Bent 10

Frank Lampard 10

Carlton Cole 9

Jermain Defoe 9

Wayne Rooney 9

Michael Owen 8

Matthew Taylor 8

Andrew Johnson 7

Jason Roberts 7

Marlon King 6

James Beattie 5

Of these, those not included are Davies, Agbonlahor, Bent, Defoe, Owen, Taylor, Johnson, Roberts, King and Beattie. Let’s have a look at them…

Kevin Davies – What does he offer that Emile Heskey doesn’t? Well, goals, for a start. Heskey is arguably a better link man, better at providing and laying on chances – but Davies is good at holding the ball up, a real pain in the arse for defenders, and is scoring goals. He suffers from playing for Bolton; perhaps he would get more of a chance at a more fashionable club?

Gabriel Agbonlahor – He was included for the last game against Spain, as well as several other of Capello’s squads. However, he is on a long barren streak at the moment, and probably deserves his demotion to the U21s.

Darren Bent – Going by Capello’s maxim (which he seems to have abandoned in the case of Ben Foster) players will not play for England without playing regularly for their club. And as Bent is far from first choice at Spurs, he will suffer. His total of 10 goals is impressive for a bit part player, but his all round game is just not good enough for international football.

Jermaine Defoe – Injured – but assured of a role if fit. Who would have envisaged a time when Defoe was so sorely missed?

Michael Owen – Capello clearly doesn’t fancy him – and he’s not fully fit. And he’s lost most of his pace. But for my money he is still the best finisher England have, and should be in the squad. If he’s fit, who else would you rather throw on with twenty minutes remaining and needing to nick a goal?

Matthew Taylor – He is a midfielder. Which says a lot for the English strikers.

Andrew Johnson – There is perhaps a case here, but 7 goals in 26 appearances is hardly setting the world on fire. He is essentially a poor man’s Defoe (or Owen) and is different to our other strikers – just not good enough!

Jason Roberts, Marlon King, James Beattie – They are simply not international class. All big, bustling strikers they are already behind the likes of Davies and Cole who themselves are short of international class.

So there we are – we just don’t have any good strikers. It’s not Capello’s fault – aside from possibly Owen, and only when he’s fit, it’s difficult to make a case for anyone who’s been excluded.

At the back we look extremely strong – if a player with the quality of Jonathan Woodgate does not make it you know you have strength in depth. Likewise in midfield, where although the perennial Gerrard/Lampard debate is yet to be resolved they are both indisputably great players, and are ably supported/backed up by Barry and Carrick in the middle. Wide you have a multitude of options right, with SWP, Lennon, Walcott, Beckham, and Gerrard – one of whom may play left.

But Capello must have a big headache up top. It’s likely he will play Gerrard off Rooney, which is potentially exciting – but other than that combination (and that will obviously remove Gerrard’s dynamism from the midfield) there is little to whet the appetite. Heskey and Cole? No thanks.

Oh how we long for the days of Shearer, Sheringham, Owen, Fowler, Ferdinand, Wright, Collymore, Le Tissier, Cole – at one stage they were all available for England selection. That seems incomprehensible now; with that embarrassment of riches Carlton Cole would be seeking a second nationality.

Fortunately the likes of Slovakia and the Ukraine should not expose our lack of striking options – but we need to find a potent pairing in time for WC 2010.

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Experimental and Independent Live Music in Manchester, UK

Manchester, UK was dubbed Mad-chester in the 1990’s at the peak of the indie and rave scene that was encapsulated by a particular haircut, baggy trousers and the Hacienda club. Although Manchester is still in touch with that legacy and such haircuts can still be spotted, it actually offers a lot more variety of live music. White boy bands, sometimes with a female lead singer may still be prevalent statistically but there is so much more going on too for the more experimentally minded music listeners and gig- goers looking for creative music and independent music that may be a bit different.

Experimental, independent and creative music can be found in the more elite venues as well as the smaller under the radar spots. High class venues such as Bridgewater Hall and Lowry Theatre host all sorts of contemporary classical and independent pop acts. And it does not always have to cost an arm and a leg. The Bridgwater Hall have free lunchtime concerts in their foyer which still has better acoustics than many venues in the city. And at RNCM (Royal Northern College of Music) you can often find a free concert by students experimenting beyond their more traditional repertoire.

Of course the Apollo has some great bands and artists stopping by on their national tours such as the experimental and popular female solo artist Bjork, and Bristolian trip-hop bands Massive Attack and Portishead. And even at the Opera House Antony and the Johnson’s have played while female solo artist Joanna Newsom delivered a sublime performance at the Palace Theatre. The newly refurbished Band on the Wall provides gigs in Manchester playing host to many more international acts too such as Fela Kuti and Kid Creole and the Coconuts while also being home to a regular monthly night by local Mancunian wonky funk maestro Mr Scruff. With it’s brand new sound system and lush new grand piano, the sound quality feels fresh and new too.

More modest venues include the sadly now closing Green Room which has been a hub of experimental theatre, creative music and spoken word for over 20 years in the city. Apart from that we have Kraak Gallery and the Coffee Pot putting on interesting events, performances and gigs in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. And Fuel Bar and Cafe in Withington often has local talents making independent music as well as touring independent acts. The monthly improvisation night called «The Noise Upstairs» is experimental music in action with an open mic approach to musical improvisational performance by some of those present. Night and Day cafe, more renown for gigs in Manchester, sometimes have a more experimental band or artist passing through too.

Like any large city, there are many gems to be discovered by just exploring and asking people for recommendations when you are in town. I hope some of these suggestions may be of use.

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Adidas – Premier League

Adidas plays the field in high pitch fever with new iconic designs in celebration of the World Cup. Bearing its signature Traxion insole, Adidas celebrates with the following line of shoes:

For men: The GM 2010 comes in black with white side stripes, or dark brown with dark gold stripes or a plain dark brown. GM 2010 LUX black all over. Kick Tr 2010 Brazil comes in green with yellow stripes; Tr 2010 Argentina white and light blue; Tr 2010 England, white and red; France white with red a nd blue stripes; Germany, black with white stripes; Italy chocolate brown with red, wite and green stripes; Russia black with light gold stripes.

For women: Gazelle 2010 white background with multicolored criss-crossed stripes. GM2010 black with white side stripes, or dark brown with dark gold stripes; GM 2010 Lux black all over. Kick 2010 Brazil in green with yellow stripes. Tr 2010 South Africa.

Adidas presents a wonderful new line for running speed.

The Supernova comes in metallic lace cover and red design.

The Rava Microbounce Line is made up of Bounce cushioning with Adi-PRENE+ forefoot, comes in three great color duos: Dark grey with pink lines, White with silver and blue steel lines, and Silver with light grey and violet lines.

The Allegra 3 innovations presents 5 spectacular partners for speed: Dark grey with silver and red lines, Dark grey with metallic silver and royal blue lines, White with grey and red lines, Light grey with white and yellow lines, White with dark grey and light blue lines. Modulate MB with Light grey with silver grey and white lines.

Uruha comes in Silver with three line designs in Light Blue, Orang-red and Red-violet. Macula sports a mercurial white with light silver and red lines. Ambition PB D-Lux in Dark Grey with blocks of red-orange soles. Super nova in white with silver and black, light grey and red lines.

Edge Arriba Track Spike in white and light grey and black lines. Arridun US CF in Light grey and black and blue lines. Attune CC comes in Black with grey and yellow lines. Equipment 10 in Black with grey lines, and White with black and dark silver, or silver with light grey lines.

Four designs of Shikoba MB2 are: white with light grey and fleeting blue steel lines, White with dark grey and blue lines, Black with red and blue with flecks of pink and white lines, Grey with silver and blue lines.

Silver Track comes with cleats, in White with black stripes.

Streetrun in Red with Blue lines.

Adizero Shotput Throwing shoes in zero elevation comes in black with silver stripes.

Adizero Boston shoes with red-orange and black soles come in two designs: light grey and white with black and red lines, and Black with blue and white lines and Blue lace.

Adizero Mana in purely orange and white soles, upper in White with black and orange lines.

Ariba Track shoes with spikes in dark grey with silver stripes.

Adistar Salvation with red-orange and black soles, comes in Dark grey with black and red-orange stripes, and Light grey with dark grey and yellow stripes.

These come in full leather upper for the utmost stretch and adaptation; synthetic lining for a more lasting.

• The spectacular attraction of these Adidas footwear innovations is the F50i TUNIT™ technology by which the player can choose between TRAXION™ SG cleats or TRAXION™ HG studs for the games-

• OR TRAXION™ FG outsole for walking the urban high streets or rural townships.

• Exchangeable pre-molded TUNIT™ Standard Insock for premium support and cushioning

• Specific lace cover for optimal fit and expanded area for kicking

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Which of Them Will Qualify For The Last 4?

The draws of the quarter-finals have been made and soccer fans which are current know the fixtures. It is Chelsea up against Man U, Real Madrid against Tottenham, Barcelona against Shaktar and Inter taking on Schalke. These are the pairings of the teams that made it up to the last Eight.

Looking at the draws made, the two toughest of them analyzing on paper is the encounters between Chelsea and Man U and the one between Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur. At first glance, these 2 matches appear to be the star games of the quarter-final stage of these season of the UEFA Champion’s League. This is because of the reputation of these four teams in question. Games between Man U and Chelsea have always been known to be very tough encounters. One must not fail to mention that both sides are English clubs and encounters between clubs of the same country on the continental or global scene such as the UEFA Champions League have been known to be very difficult. This is either of the 2 clubs will want to prove to their domestic fans back at home that they are a world class soccer playing club. Again Chelsea and Man U have been known to be bitter rivals of each other both on the local and the international scene.

The other interesting one is between Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur. Why this is a tough one is because of the quality of managers and players both teams have. Jose Muorinho being the manager of Real Madrid is a very good and intelligent soccer tactician who knows how to read the game. The same can also be said of the manager of Tottenham, Harry Redknapp who has also proved his worth at this competition. To the credit of Harry Redknapp, he has led his team to the quarter-finals at the very first time they are participating in the UEFA Champion’s League. Also the team has some good players. We must not forget that Tottenham led their group to reach the second round before eliminating another soccer giant AC Millan before reaching this stage.

The other 2 fixtures look easier than the two matches previously discussed but Barcelona must not underrate Shaktar and Inter not despise Schalke. No team that has reached this stage of the competition should be considered a pushover. Schalke produced a very big upset when they defeated Valencia at home to reach this stage. For Inter they really struggled to reach this stage. Again Shaktar has proven to be a very hard nut to crack. Therefore Barcelona and Inter cannot afford to underrate their opponents because if they do an upset is imminent.

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