Workforce management

1) Man U- Sir Alex served as football manager (27yrs) in club history. won 5EPL titles (2004-2017). 3 Managers and no EPL titles after him.

2) Chelsea- Roman took over Chelsea in 2003. since then 7 managers have changed. won 5 EPL titles(2004-2017).

3) Arsenal- Arsene wenger has resigned at the end of 2017 season. EPL titles won 0.

1) Man U had a great leader and footballing mind, in the early years of Sir Alex results were not that favorable but the management still had trust in him an he turned out to be one of the greatest football coach in history. His work model was less stressed as management stress was less on him and he had an eye of eagle for talent hunt. After Sir Alex they can’t find a better replacement.

2) Chelsea met with an aggressive owner, won 5 EPL titles but changed 7 managers. There was sheer pressure to achieve the target no matter what. Management achieved things by changing and chopping

3) Arsenal had another great mind but couldn’t survive the competition Management had faith but the trophy cabinet was empty.

We all want to work in the first scenario but we don’t get always what we want. A successful work place is a combination of great leader open to change, management with patience which leads to great team.

How HOAX/FAKE message spreads fast?

Well you got the thing in the title itself. Yes There are many HOAX and FAKE message spreading because we are living in a world of internet. First of all those who don’t know what is HOAX message, here is the 5 marks answer for this.

 

Hoax E-mail messages distribute false, often disturbing, information designed to trick recipients into passing the same note onto other E-mail users. On the surface this does not sound like a terribly threatening or bothersome practice, but hoaxes, and those who choose to distribute them, can do real damage, both physical and mental. Each message sent from a user’s E-mail account, practical or superfluous, requires the expenditure of resources on the computer of origination and on every computer network it happens to pass through or into. Multiplied exponentially by constant forwarding and re-forwarding around the world, a single hoax message can result in huge overall energy drains. You, the end-user would experience this drain in the form of a slow Internet connection or low hard drive space on your PC or E-mail profile. Physical damage like this is a nuisance at best; however, hoaxes have a more sinister effect on the computer users who receive them. Not only can hoaxes create personal anxiety and mass panic, but, when received in quantity by a single user, they can cause complacency. A complacent attitude towards the mail arriving in an E-mail account on a regular basis could cause a user to stop watching for the true threats posed by some E-mail messages (e.g. Trojan Horse programs or money-solicitation scams) and that could lead to personal disaster.

 

FAKE messages are fake you know. There is no need of definition. But why do we fall for it. Because of few things.

  1. They surprise us pleasantly/unpleasantly.
  2. They seems very real
  3. They touch our emotions
  4. we are dumb heads

so people get up and don’t get caught up in this chain of HOAX message.

Caring Tips while nurturing new born

1. Breast Feeding or Infant formula

Make no 2nd thoughts breast feeding is the best thing. But for those non lactating mothers infant formula is the next best. Don’t go for simple cow milk or any other animal milk. Baby requires all the nutrient and that can be compensated by infant formula if mother’s milk is not available.

2. Feed your newborn on demand

New born of less than a week require frequent careful feeding. Look for the signs for their hunger. Franatic crying, sucking lips, streteching, not able to sleep

When your baby stops sucking, closes his or her mouth, or turns away from the nipple or bottle, he or she might be full — or simply taking a break. Try burping your baby or waiting a minute before offering your breast or the bottle again.

As your baby gets older, he or she will take in more milk in less time at each feeding.

3. Consider vitamin D supplements

Ask for Vit D supplements are most important because in india, there is a general trend that new born are left in sun light. Your elders will say they need sun for Vit D. But they don’t know the rays are too intense and may cause skin related problems. so its better if you feed your baby vitD supplements atleast for a year.

4. Expect variations in your newborn’s eating patterns

Your newborn won’t necessarily eat the same amount every day. During growth spurts — often at two to three weeks after birth and again at six weeks after birth — your newborn might take more at each feeding or want to be fed more often. Respond to early signs of hunger, rather than keeping a strict eye on the clock.

5. Trust your instincts — and your newborn’s

You might worry that your newborn isn’t eating enough, but babies usually know just how much they need. Don’t focus on how much, how often or how regularly your newborn eats. Instead, look for:

  • Steady weight gain
  • Contentment between feedings
  • By the fifth day after birth, at least six wet diapers and three or more bowel movements a day

Contact the doctor if your newborn isn’t gaining weight, wets fewer than six diapers a day or shows little interest in feedings.

6. Consider each feeding a time to bond with your newborn

Hold your newborn close during each feeding. Look him or her in the eye. Speak with a gentle voice. Use each feeding as an opportunity to build your newborn’s sense of security, trust and comfort.

7. Know when to ask for help

If you’re having trouble breast-feeding, ask a lactation consultant or your baby’s doctor for help — especially if every feeding is painful or your baby isn’t gaining weight. If you haven’t worked with a lactation consultant, ask your baby’s doctor for a referral or check with the obstetrics department at a local hospital.

Mocktail fusion: Kokum chillers

Hi friends,

 

This is my first attempt with mocktail with kokum as a base. Before beginning let me tell you something about the ingredients  and the health benefits.

Kokum or Garcinia Indica has many health benefits and usually consumed by people in summer due to its cooling effect. It can arrest many digestive problems. For full health benefits you can refer to my blog in section nutrition.

 

Orange we all know is a citrus fruit and is also good for digestion. Here I am using Crush instead of fruit. Other ingredient includes honey and lemon.

 

Ingredient:

  1. Kokum syrum
  2. Orange crush
  3. Honey
  4. Lemon

 

There is no secret for this mock tail. Add on spoon of kokum syrup and orange crush each. Note: the syrup and crush will have added sugar so those who have diabetes or sugar problem strictly avoid it. Mix vigorously with a spoon. Then add honey to it and squeeze lemon to make it little sour. Mix and blend to get a homogeneous  mixture. Pour ice cold water for better taste and effect.

 

How to increase body metabolism

1. EAT ENOUGH
You need to cut calories to lose weight. But going too low delivers a double whammy to your metabolism. When you eat less than you need for basic biological function (about 1,200 calories for most women), your body throws the brakes on your metabolism. It also begins to break down precious, calorie-burning muscle tissue for energy, says Dan Benardot, PhD, RD, an associate professor of nutrition and kinesiology at Georgia State University. “Eat just enough so you’re not hungry—a 150-calorie snack midmorning and midafternoon between three meals (about 430 calories each) will keep your metabolism humming.”

MORE: Double Your Energy With This Simple Fatigue-Busting Workout (Prevention Premium)

2. REV UP IN THE MORNING
Eating breakfast jump-starts metabolism and keeps energy high all day. It’s no accident that women who skip this meal are 4 1/2 times as likely to be obese. If nothing else, grab a yogurt. Or try oatmeal made with fat-free milk and topped with nuts for an essential protein boost. (For more breakfast ideas, see Power Breakfasts For Energy.)

3. DRINK COFFEE OR TEA
Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant, so your daily java jolts can rev your metabolism 5 to 8%—about 98 to 174 calories a day. A cup of brewed tea can raise your metabolism by 12%, according to one Japanese study. Researchers believe the antioxidant catechins in tea provide the boost.

4. FIGHT FAT WITH FIBER
Research shows that some fiber can rev your fat burn by as much as 30%. Studies find that women who eat the most fiber in foods gain the least weight over time. Aim for about 25 g a day—the amount in about three servings each of fruits and vegetables.

5. BUY THE BIG BOTTLE
German researchers found that drinking 6 cups of cold water a day (that’s 48 ounces) can raise resting metabolism by about 50 calories daily—enough to shed 5 pounds in a year. The increase may come from the work it takes to heat the water to body temperature.

6. EAT MORE ORGANIC FOOD
Canadian researchers report that dieters with the most organochlorines (pollutants from pesticides, which are stored in fat cells) experience a greater than normal dip in metabolism as they lose weight, perhaps because the toxins interfere with the energy-burning process. Other research hints that pesticides can trigger weight gain. Always choose organic when buying peaches, apples, bell peppers, celery, nectarines, strawberries, cherries, lettuce, imported grapes, and pears; non-organic versions tend to have the highest levels of pesticides.

MORE: 12 Foods To Always Buy Organic

7. ALWAYS INCLUDE PROTEIN
Your body needs protein to maintain lean muscle. Add a serving, like 3 ounces of lean meat, 2 tablespoons of nuts, or 8 ounces of low-fat yogurt, to every meal and snack. Research shows protein can up postmeal calorie burn by as much as 35%.

8. EAT IRON-RICH FOODS
It’s essential for carrying the oxygen your muscles need to burn fat, says Tammy Lakatos, RD, coauthor of Fire Up Your Metabolism. Until menopause, women lose iron each month through menstruation. Unless you restock your stores, you run the risk of low energy and a sagging metabolism. Shellfish, lean meats, beans, fortified cereals, and spinach are excellent sources.

9. GET MORE VITAMIN D
This vitamin is essential for preserving metabolism-revving muscle tissue. Unfortunately, researchers estimate that a measly 4% of Americans over age 50 take in enough vitamin D through their diet. Get 90% of your recommended daily value (400 IU) in a 3.5-ounce serving of salmon. Other good sources: tuna, shrimp, tofu, fortified milk and cereal, and eggs.

10. SKIP THE SECOND COCKTAIL
When you have a drink, you burn less fat, and more slowly than usual, because the alcohol is used as fuel instead. Knocking back the equivalent of about two martinis can reduce your body’s fat-burning ability by up to 73%.

11. DRINK MILK
“There’s some evidence that calcium deficiency, which is common in many women, may slow metabolism,” says Lakatos. Research shows that consuming calcium through dairy foods such as fat-free milk and low-fat yogurt may also reduce fat absorption from other foods.

The most basic need water

1. Drinking Water Helps Maintain the Balance of Body Fluids. Your body is composed of about 60% water. The functions of these bodily fluids include digestion, absorption, circulation, creation of saliva, transportation of nutrients, and maintenance of body temperature.

“Through the posterior pituitary gland, your brain communicates with your kidneys and tells it how much water to excrete as urine or hold onto for reserves,” says Guest, who is also an adjunct professor of medicine at Stanford University.

When you’re low on fluids, the brain triggers the body’s thirst mechanism. And unless you are taking medications that make you thirsty, Guest says, you should listen to those cues and get yourself a drink of water, juice, milk, coffee — anything but alcohol.

Alcohol interferes with the brain and kidney communication and causes excess excretion of fluids which can then lead to dehydration,” he says.

2. Water Can Help Control Calories. For years, dieters have been drinking lots of water as a weight loss strategy. While water doesn’t have any magical effect on weight loss, substituting it for higher calorie beverages can certainly help.

“What works with weight loss is if you choose water or a non-caloric beverage over a caloric beverage and/or eat a diet higher in water-rich foods that are healthier, more filling, and help you trim calorie intake,” says Penn State researcher Barbara Rolls, PhD, author of The Volumetrics Weight Control Plan.

Food with high water content tends to look larger, its higher volume requires more chewing, and it is absorbed more slowly by the body, which helps you feel full. Water-rich foods include fruits, vegetables, broth-based soups, oatmeal, and beans.

Tourism : Bhavnagar

Aksharwadi Swaminarayana Temple
Aksharwadi Swaminarayana Temple
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Aksharwadi Swaminarayana Temple is also known as Akshar Temple. It is one of the most famous temple in Bhavnagar.
Alang
Alang
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A modern wonder of Gujarat, the ship-breaking yard at Alang is a fantastic spectacle in itself. It is located on the coast between Bhavnagar and Talaja. Large ships from America, Europe, Asia are brought here to be scrapped. The reason behind the selection of this site was the nature of its tide, suitable for such maritime activities and the proximity of industrial zones that could utilize its metal and other scrap. It’s India’s largest ship-breaking site. Here supertankers, container ships, warships and other vessels are reduced to scrap by 20,000 workers toiling day and night.
Barton Library
Barton Library
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The Barton Library is a beautiful two storeyed building, appropriately designed for a road junction. It has two wings and a central tower, constructed in ashlar stone masonry, with Gothic arch windows and a sloping roof with Mangalore tiles. It is one of the oldest libraries of Gujarat and also houses a museum.
Bhav Vilas Palace
Bhav Vilas Palace
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This palatial property was formerly the club-house for the royal family of the erstwhile princely state of Bhavnagar, now the residence of Maharajkumar Shivbhadrasinhji Krishnakumarsinhji Gohil and his family. It is famous for its wildlife collection and lake-side views.
Blackbuck National Park
Blackbuck National Park
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Blackbuck National Park at Velavadar is situated Near Vallabhipur in the Bhavnagar District of Gujarat state, India. The Blackbuck National Park is located around 72 km from the district headquarter city of Bhavnagar in Bhal region. In 1976, Government on India has declared aprox. 34 Sq.Km. of grassland as National Park Blackbuck. The movements of blackbucks and nilgais (Blue bull) increase beauty of this park. The blackbuck is most famous for its jumping over the levels of grass. Since it is grassland, beauty of this park can be seen from long distant. Blackbuck is one of the fastest animals and can outrun most predators over long distances. Its chief predator was the now extinct Indian Cheetah. It is now sometimes preyed upon by wolves, feral dogs, etc.
Brahm Kund
Brahm Kund
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22 km away from Bhavnagar in the quite locale is situated the town of Sihore which was the ancient capital of the Gohilwad Kingdom. The royal palace and its mural speak about the grandeur of the era in which it was built and the many temples built around the town speak of the spiritual inclining of its inhabitants. The Gautameshwar temple lake and the Shiva temple built on its bank is one of the most exquisite examples of this region.
Gadhda
Gadhda
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Famous for its Swaminarayan Temple, Gadhada is a premier town on the pilgrim circuit of Gujarat. The temple, built in 1829 A.D. is a fine piece of architecture with a high plinth, spacious square, an assembly hall and large sarais.
Gandhi Smriti and Barton Museum
Gandhi Smriti and Barton Museum
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The memorial built in remembrance to the Father of Nation commences varied activities. The ground floor housing the Barton museum is a repertoire of archeological remains from the surrounding regions. The Gandhi museum on the first floor takes one on a dramatic journey through the life of the Mahatma.
Gandhi Smriti and Barton museum belongs to the 1895 AD. This museum has a fine collection of farming tools, beadwork, wood carvings, weapons, musical instruments, coins, stamps, sculpture and various folk arts objects which represent the culture of the Saurashtra region. This memorial also houses some of the items related to Mahatma Gandhi which reminds of the Mahatma Gandhi as a student of Bhavnagar university. This museum also has a library that consists of the books and photographs of Mahatma Gandhi.
Gangajaha
Gangajaha
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In the midst of what was formerly a tank stands the temple of Gangadevi with a chhatri or partition. Made of white marble, designed by Sir John Griffits it was built by Maharaja Takhtsinghji in memory of Maharani Majirajba in 1893 A.D.
Gangajalia Lake
Gangajalia Lake
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This picturesque lake located in the heart of the city was at one point a dry rubbish dump yard which has now been rejuvenated by the corporation. A jogger’s park runs along the scenic lake with inbuilt speakers along the walk way to serve as a treat for the ears.
Gaurishankar Lake
Gaurishankar Lake
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The vast lake spreading over an area of 381 hectares is also locally known by the name of Bor Talav after the illustrious Dewan Shri Gaurishankar Oza. Conceived and built in 1872 as a water reservoir for drinking water, today is one of the most preferred tourist as well as picnic spot in the city. The adjoining bal-vatika along with the musical fountains, planetarium, boat house and many more attractions provide ideal entertainment for a day out with nature and family.
Gaurishankar Victoria Forest
Gaurishankar Victoria Forest
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Near Gaurishankar lake is a mini forest, a repository of flora and fauna, with more than 1 lakh trees which provides a serene ambience bringing one close to nature. One of the few city-forests in India, this natural haven provides shelter to varied species of flora and fauna. Within the forest premises there are two nurseries which cultivate plants for gardens and forests.
Ghogha Beach
Ghogha Beach
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Ghogha is a historical town in Bhavnagar. This ancient town is a major religious destination. It is located on the Gulf of Cambay, and attracts thousands of tourist and pilgrims every year. At the Gulf of Cambay, a awesome beach is situated where you can feel calmness, peace etc. Ghogha beach is 19 km away from Bhavnagar.
Gopnath Beach
Gopnath Beach
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A beautiful hamlet on the coast of the Gulf of Khambhat and at a distance of 10 Kms from Talaja, the taluka headquarter of Bhavnagar district is Gopnath. Vying for eminence on the tourist circuit with development of a heritage hotel – Gopnath Bungalow, it was a pleasant sea-shore retreat of Gohil rulers of Bhavnagar. The bungalow built in a European colonial style with cottages and mansions surrounding the courtyard faces the sea and offers a beautiful view of the gulf.
It attracts marine life and birdwatching enthusiasts to the rocky shores on the coast. It is also renowed for the temple of Gopnath Mahadev, where Narsinh Mehta is believed to have performed penance. The coast in this area is full of tiny islands and offers a picturesque delight to the onlooker.
Gopnath Mahadev Temple
Gopnath Mahadev Temple
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Located on the shore of the seaside on the Gulf of Khambat, this Shiva temple is where the devotional poet Narsinh Mehta supposedly had his spiritual experience almost 500 years ago. Set on the seashore, the temple is an ideal spot for all wanting a spiritual and natural trip.
Khodiyar Mata Temple
Khodiyar Mata Temple
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Khodiyar temple, named after the principle deity, venerated by the royal family and the natives around, was built in the year 1911. The temple visited by thousands of pilgrims is located on the banks of the Khodiayar Lake, which attracts tourists from all the surrounding areas. Quite often followers of the goddess walk long distances to revere the goddess.
Lock Gate
Lock Gate
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The first of its kind in Gujarat, the seawater here is impounded by the lock gates to keep ships afloat during low tide, which can be seen with special permission.
Mahuva
Mahuva
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A minor part Mahuva is famous for its handicraft work in wood and ivory. Lacquer work on wooden furniture and toys is its speciality, its fertile land bears ‘Jamadar’ mangoes similar to the Alphonso. There is an old mosque, Laxmi-narayan Temple and a Jain Dehrasar. The Pipavav project nearby is fast coming up as a major port and coastal industrial centre.
It is also addressed as Kashmir of Saurashtra, because of the scenery around. The coconut tree plantations add to the beauty of the town. Tourists also enjoy at the beach of the city. Near the beach is the ancient Bhavani Temple, which is an important attraction of the city of Bhavnagar. The town enjoys an extremely pleasant climate throughout the year.
At seashore there is a beach which is mahuva beach. Mahuva Beach is like a pleasurable sea breeze and breathtakingly beautiful views to enthrall the tourists.
Mangalsinhji Mahal Palace
Mangalsinhji Mahal Palace
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This palace is the residence of the members of the Bhavnagar royal family (family of Maharajkumar Mangalsinhji Takhatsinhji of Bhavnagar).It is a historical property in the heart of Bhavnagar city and is designed on traditional Kathiawari architectural principles.It is now the formal residence of the descendants of Rajkumar Chandrajitsinhji Mangalsinhji of Bhavnagar.
Nilambag Palace
Nilambag Palace
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Nilambag, the royal palace now converted into a heritage hotel reflects the grandeur of the eighteenth century and is set amidst vivid lawns and gardens. The pillared porticos, stepped arches, pleasant center courtyard, turning marble staircase, dining hall furnished with European chandeliers and the historic library takes one back to the era of royalty and splendor.
Piram Islands
Piram Islands
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Piram Island is approachable by a machine boat-about an hour’s sailing by ML Piram of the Lighthouse Deptt from Ghoga Port.The Lighthouse is about 1.5 km by walk from the landing point. The Researchers claim to have found .Jurassic age evidences.
Samal Das
Samal Das
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Among Bhavnagar’s many attractions is Samaldas College, just over a hundred years old, a frontline institution that claims Mahatma Gandhi as one of its students. Do visit the Barton Library, again a place which age has not withered.
Sihor
Sihor
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An interesting excursion from the Vijay Vilas Palace is Shihor, with its historic old palace of the Maharaja of Bhavnagar, featuring gardens, wall paintings and woodcarvings. It can also be used as a base to visit Alang Ship Breaking Yard, the Jain temples of Talaja, the historic town of Vabhipur and the Velavadar National Park.
Tadhavaj Hill
Tadhavaj Hill
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On the confluence of the rivers Shatrunai and Talaji on the hill top the town of Talaja is located. Carved out in the hills are Buddhist caves or monasteries which were built thousand of years ago. A pleasant climb up the hill brings one to magnificently built Jain temples.
Takhteshwar Temple
Takhteshwar Temple
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Situated on the hillock in the center of the city, this popular landmark is a Shiva temple constructed way back in 1893 and named after its patron Takhtsinhji. Sitting on the serene marble courtyard of the temple one can have a panoramic view of the entire city as well as the surrounding landscape.
Talaja Hill
Talaja Hill
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On the confluence of the rivers Shatrunai and Talaji on the hill top the town of Talaja is located. Carved out in the hills are Buddhist caves or monasteries which were built thousand of years ago. A pleasant climb up the hill brings one to magnificently built Jain temples.
Located 160 ft above sea level, the place is famous for a small cluster of temples and ancient caves, believed to be Buddhist origin, carved into the hills. Talaja Teerth is a center of religious activity.
Victoria Park
Victoria Park
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The reserved forest (Victoria park) is situated 3 km south of Bhavnagar City, Gujarat State, India. The hot, dry climate supports scrubby and thorny vegetation. It has variety of bird life and is also home of animals like Neel Gai (Blue bull), fox, hynea, porcupine. Recently I got a new 55-200 mm zoom lens for my Nikon D40 and made couple of trips to victoria park to capture common birds that are seen.

Anti oxidants Food

Raisins

Similarly, red grapes have 2,016 total antioxidants per serving, and raisins contain 2,490.

Blueberries

Blueberries have more antioxidants—those magical molecules that can help prevent a host of maladies—than 40 other common fruits and vegetables. Eating one cup of wild blueberries will provide 13,427 total antioxidants, about 10 times the USDA’s recommendation. The farmed variety will give you 9,019 per cup.

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Blackberries

Blackberries are rich in antioxidants, but know that they’re also packed with polyols, the main component in sugar substitutes (which are often blamed for abdominal issues).

Strawberries

Like blueberries and raspberries, strawberries are high in antioxidants, which protect healthy cells from many cancers.

Raspberries

Make your portion more powerful: A study in the Journal of Nutrition determined that the anti­oxidant ellagic acid (found in raspberries, pomegranates, walnuts, and cranberries) enhanced the ability of quercetin (an antioxidant found in apples, grapes, onions, and buckwheat) to kill off cancerous cells.

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Plums

Pick the black kind to get 4,873 antioxidants per serving. Dried plums (prunes) offer slightly more.

Oranges

Oranges, along with mangos, peaches, and watermelon, are rich in beta-cryptoxanthin, an antioxidant and one of a pair of compounds that lowered the risk of arthritis by an impressive 20 to 40 percent in a UK study of 25,000 people.

Red Grapes

Enjoy this healthy, low-calorie snack: You can eat 20 red seedless grapes and still consume only 100 calories.

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Cherries

Juicy and tart Montmorency cherries are your best source of the antioxidant melatonin. Other cherries have it, too, but Montmorency has the most. Melatonin protects the skin against ultraviolet radiation. Researchers have discovered that this powerful little nutrient also helps repair sunburned skin, since 
it stimulates new skin-cell growth. Cherries are also packed with vitamin C, which is needed to build collagen—your skin’s natural “scaffolding” and a wrinkle preventer.

Kale

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Rich in cancer-fighting antioxidants and vitamins, kale is also a good source of beta-carotene and is the top combo of both lutein and zeaxanthin.

Spinach

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Spinach is packed with carotenoids—antioxidants that promote healthy eyes and help prevent macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in older people.

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Brussels Sprouts

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These broccoli cousins have plenty of bitter sulforaphane as well as compounds called isothiocyanates, which detoxify cancer-causing substances in the body before they can do their dirty work. In one Dutch study, guys who ate Brussels sprouts daily for three weeks had 28 percent less genetic damage (gene damage is a root cause of cancer) than those who didn’t eat sprouts.

Alfafa Sprouts

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This tiny powerhouse is rich in beta-carotene, an antioxidant that protects against lung cancer and helps maintain healthy skin, hair, nails, gums, glands, bones, and teeth. It’s also a good source of vitamin E, which may help prevent heart attacks, stokes, and lower the risk of death from bladder cancer.

Broccoli Flowers

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Broccoli is full of cancer-fighting antioxidants. One study found men who ate 5 servings or more per week of cruciferous veggies like broccoli were half as likely to develop bladder cancers over a 10-year period as men who rarely ate them.

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Beets

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Beets are packed with healthy nutrients, like five essential vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium, and protein.

Red Bell Peppers

One medium pepper is light on calories (only 32!) but heavy on vitamin C, providing 150 percent of your recommended daily value and warding off atherosclerosis, which can lead to heart disease.

Onions

You’ll get the most out of this veggie’s cancer-fighting antioxidants by eating it raw; cooking onions at a high heat significantly reduces the benefits of phytochemicals that protect against lung and prostate cancer.

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Corn

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A study in the Journal of Agricultural Food and Chemistry found that the longer corn was cooked, the higher the level of antioxidants like lutein, which combats blindness in older adults.

Eggplant

All types of eggplant are rich in bitter chlorogenic acid, which protects against the buildup of heart-threatening plaque in artery walls (and fights cancer, too!), say USDA scientists in Beltsville, Maryland. In lab studies, eggplant lowered cholesterol and helped artery walls relax, which can cut your risk of high blood pressure.

More Glucose=More Energy. But no work + more glucose= More fat

So last time we saw how glucose is required for energy. The work and energy demand has to be balanced otherwise there can be consequences. Like for energy you keep on eating the carbohydrate rich diet thinking that you will get more energy. But then body will use that much glucose only what is required. what happens to the rest of it?

 

 

The rest of the glucose goes into the storage rack. They gets converted into glycogen. That is also fine but what is the glycogen storage rack is also full. Then they converted to Fat which is not good.