Date: 01.09.2010. Time: 22.00


Diet rich in vegetables linked to reduced lung cancer risk

Varied diet may also provide some protection to smokers. A large study has found that a diet rich in fruit and vegetables may provide some protection against lung cancer, and for one particular type of the disease may even reduce the risk in smokers. Of course, by far the best way to protect against lung cancer is to quit smoking, as smoking is considered to be the cause of over 90% of all lung cancers. The new research analysed data from the large-scale European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC) study. Nearly half a million participants were evaluated - with 1,600 being diagnosed with lung cancer. Information was obtained on 14 commonly eaten fruits and 26 commonly eaten vegetables. The fruits and vegetables evaluated in the EPIC study consisted of a wide variety of fresh, canned or dried products. Previous results from the EPIC study showed that the quantity of vegetables and fruits may decrease risk of lung cancer; in particular the risk of one specific type of lung cancer, squamous cell carcinoma, decreased in current smokers. Now the researchers have found that regardless of the amount of fruit and vegetables eaten, the variety of vegetables consumed also has an impact on lung cancer risk. This effect was most marked in the case of squamous cell carcinoma. Commenting on the results, study author H. Bas Bueno-de-Mesquita explained: "Fruits and vegetables contain many different bioactive compounds, and it makes sense to assume that it is important that you not only eat the recommended amounts, but also consume a rich mix of these bioactive compounds by consuming a large variety." This was echoed by Stephen Hecht, a Professor of Cancer Prevention at the University of Minnesota, who said that "The results are very interesting and demonstrate a protective effect in smokers. There are still over a billion smokers in the world, and many are addicted to nicotine and cannot stop in spite of their best efforts." "Tobacco smoke contains a complex mixture of cancer causing agents. Therefore, a mixture of protective agents is needed to have any beneficial effect in reducing one's chance of lung cancer." "Nevertheless, the public should be made aware and be reminded that the only proven way to reduce your risk for lung cancer is to avoid tobacco in all its forms," Dr Hecht warned. The study is published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.

Date:02.09.2010. Time: 22.00

This is your second heart. Take care of your feet. Keep them clean. Wear appropriate shoes.

Date: 03.09.2010. Time: 22.00

Alcoholism has been a big problem in Britain. Alcohol is very cheap and people drink too much.  If this goes on like this then a big population in Europe will be effected by this toxic.  One way is to put the price up.

Date: 04.09.2010. Time: 22.00

It is fasting time. Please let your body to have a rest. Eat less. Help the poor.

It is the month of fasting (RAMAZAN) in the Muslim ‘s world. Please let the body to have a rest.  Eat less and give your food to the poor people.  This is the month of understanding where we are coming from and where we will go. This is the time to think about yourself and plead that Almighty will help you to know about yourself.   

Date: 05.09.2010. Time: 22.00



Air, soil, water, and food pollution makes the life difficult for everyone. We are all responsible somehow in polluting our environment. No one knows what happens next. But we can see unusual flood in Pakistan has made huge problem for the people of Pakistan, also flood in China, India was a big problem which killed many. Also there were many hurricanes in America, too many earthquakes in New Zealand , and Haiti,Turkey and Iran, as well as the landslides in much part of the world and claimant changes are as a result of man made pollutions.  Food pollution has made many people unwell who need medical treatment.

Date: 06.09.2010. Time: 22.00

The top 10 worst foods to eat

We are surrounded by junk foods, packed with sugar, fat and salt and generally processed to the extreme - but which ones are the real ones, foods that you really should avoid? We've selected 10 of the big hitters, 10 foods that are really bad for your body and your long-term wellbeing.

Now we are not saying that these types of foods should never pass your lips again, it's just a heads up on the fact that they shouldn't feature too heavily in your diet if you want to maintain healthy nutrition and maybe lose a few pounds.

Fried desserts
Fried desserts feature high up on the list of worst foods to eat as essentially you are dipping something in batter that is already high in sugar and fat, and then deep frying it. And don't be fooled by pineapple and banana fritters either, they are no better because they are fruit, the layer of batter and the fact they are swimming in sugary syrup make them no go dishes too.

Cheesy chips
Chips or fries could feature as a bad food on their own, but, as you know we are all about moderation here at and seriously cutting chips from your life totally would be a hard move.  But taking a plate of chips and layering them in cheese, well, that takes them up a notch in the bad food stakes. Cheese typically contains over 10 times as much saturated fat as fish and white meat and coupled with deep fried carbs, a serving of cheesy chips are a big bad no no.

Fizzy drinks
Pop and soda - yeah they're bad, mainly because they pack massive amounts of calories even in  small quantities, so you are adding to your daily calorie quota and getting little nutritional value in return.  Studies have also linked fizzy drink consumption to osteoporosis, tooth decay and heart disease. And diet drinks are not recommended either, granted they are lower in calories but as they contribute to dental erosion (the bubbles in the drink are acidic) they are a no go as well.

Liquid meals
Okay, they aren't inherently bad for you, but liquid meals or meal-replacement drinks do keep you from eating proper food. You need to make sure you eat eating whole, natural foods to ensure you gain all your nutrients. Meal replacements maybe okay for people who are too ill to eat, but don't let them replace the real foods in your diet.

Processed meats
These are also sometimes referred to as 'mystery meats' because it's ambiguous as to what some of them actually contain. But you can be assured that if it comes from a can and is kind of unrecognisable - it's not going to be great for your body. Try to steer clear of sausages and salamis too, these food stuffs are generally all the unwanted bits churned up with fat and salt, we are talking heads, knees and toes (plus a few other less-desirable bits).

Chicken nuggets
First off, chicken nuggets that are not made from fillets are the real bad guys. Again it's similar to the sausages situation, all the leftover carcass bits mixed up with sawdust-type stuff to bulk out the meat so manufacturers can crank out more portions.  But it's when these little nuggets are deep fried that really boosts their 'worst-food' status and it's all to do with the size. Smaller fried items, i.e. nuggets absorb more fat that larger pieces of fried goods, so a portion of nuggets will pack way more fat that a single larger fried piece. So if you want fried chicken - go for a big breast.

If there is one food that epitomises the 21st century junk food it's the doughnut. Coated, filled, glazed, sugared, jam crammed or plain old ring they are not great for your body.  And it's not only the refined flour, refined sugar and then the frying in the refined oil that makes them bad for you. Doughnuts will upset blood-sugar balance, and give a quick high followed by a crash and burn low, then you guessed it,  you're hungry again and reaching for another one - that's why they generally come in bags of 10.

Canned soups
Now, soups don't seem to be one of the bad boys and in comparison to some of the above, and they probably can sit quite comfy in the middle of the bad-food scale, but it's their salt-packing stealth that gets them into this list. Soups mainly sport a healthy identity; wholesome, warming and good for you. The reality is many canned varieties are super-high in salt, so if you must have soup, avoid the canned ones or make your own.

Date:07.09.2010. Time: 22.00

Stress is mother of all diseases. Please think about what you have. Because we always think about what we do not have. Health is a wealth.

Date: 08.09.2010. Time: 22.00


Skin is the largest organ which needs care.  To feed your skin every two weeks massage your body with olive oil, or almond oil. Sweating is good for the skin, because it is one way of detoxification. 

Date:09.09.2010. Time: 22.00


Ten foods to feed your face younger

Each year we spend £3.8 billion on products to keep us looking young but according to researchers at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, who studied more than 400 adults living in Australia, Greece and Sweden, it is the food you put in your mouth, not the creams you put on your skin that will be your best weapon in the war against premature ageing  - so here’s our guide to the top 10 wrinkle-preventing foods.

1. Blueberries

Researchers at Tufts University analysed 60 fruits and vegetables for their antioxidant capability. Blueberries came out on top, rating highest in their capacity to destroy those skin-wrinkling free radicals.   They also contain anthocyanins, substances which have been shown to be highly effective at strengthening the collagen in the skin preventing it from sagging. 

2. Avocado
Studies show that substances in the pulp of avocados can actually trigger DNA to produce more embryonal collagen, the type we start our lives with, and which produces smooth and wrinkle-free skin. 

3. Cabbage
Cabbage, along with other members of the cruciferous family of vegetables such as broccoli, kale, Brussels sprouts, radish and watercress are all packed full of age-preventing phytonutrients.  Eat at least one serving of these vegetables every day cooked as lightly as possible to preserve their goodness. 

4. Watermelon
Both the flesh and seeds of the watermelon are nutritious so try blending them together in a food processor and drinking as a juice. The flesh contains vitamins A and C – both essential for healthy, glowing skin.  The seeds also contain selenium, essential fats, zinc and vitamin E, all of which help against the free radical damage that causes premature ageing and heart disease.

5. Mackerel
Mackerel and other oily fish such as trout, salmon, fresh tuna and sardines are a great source of both protein and essential fatty acids – two of the most important building blocks for the healthy renewal of skin cells.   Eat one to two portions of oily fish a week.

6. Liver
Liver is an excellent source of both iron and vitamin A.  Vitamin A enables the body to produce more keratin, a substance that helps to protect the skin from the elements.  Iron assists the circulatory system to carry beneficial nutrients to all cells and take potentially ageing waste products away. 

7. Soya milk
Soya milk is a great wrinkle preventer as it contains lecithin, which is a good source of the rejuvenating vitamin E.  It also contains choline and inositol which has been shown to be effective in slowing down the ageing process of the skin.

8. Brown rice
Brown rice, oats, whole wheat cereals and wholegrain breads are rich in fibre which help to prevent premature ageing by ensuring your body can process the nutrients from your food as efficiently as possible  - and when your digestive system is working well, your whole body will radiate health and vitality.  The fibre in wholegrain also helps to stabilise blood sugars, stem cravings and prevent over-eating.

9. Nuts and seeds
Nuts and seeds are a great source of zinc which helps to prevent premature sagging and wrinkling of skin by keeping its support structure, collagen, strong.  They are also packed full of selenium, essential fats and vitamin E, all of which help against the free radical damage that causes premature ageing of body tissues.

10. Oranges
Oranges are part of the citrus family which are all jam-packed with vitamin C - one of the best nutrients you can take to help repair and heal damaged skin tissue.   In fact, citrus fruits are so full of anti-ageing properties that according to a recent study carried out at the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago even the very smell of them can help us appear younger!  Researchers asked 37 men and women to estimate the age of a series of models in photographs while wearing masks that were infused with the various aromas and found that the smell of grapefruit or other citrus aromas resulted in the men perceiving the women to be six years younger than they really were!

Date:10.09.10. Time: 22.00

How to catch a cold

The summer is over. Put away the sun screen and brace yourself for the raft of viruses coming your way. Here are a few scenarios to make you better appreciate how you'll catch a cold. For starters, don't wash your hands. Take public transport, open doors, shake hands and then, when you're about to tuck into your sandwich, just think "Nah, it's fine, I'll just wipe my hands on my shirt and that'll do". Try to be around people who are unwell, especially those who sneeze directly at you, or even those who just sneeze into their hand. Public transport is a great place, but your place of work will do just fine. Make sure you cut the hours of sleep you get. Eight hours is for wimps. There is always something on the telly, and failing that, you can surf the web for medical advice. Had some fish and fruit during your beach holiday you say? Ah well, feel free to tuck straight back into those yummy meals full of saturated and hydrogenated fats. A healthy, nutritionally balanced diet is boring. Go for the burger and chips, and brace yourself for the cold. So you played some paddle tennis on the beach? Well done, take the rest of the year off. Your immune system should be plenty strong to handle any virus that comes your way. If sarcasm doesn't really work for you and you prefer a more direct approach, here are our tips on how to skip a cold:

·        Avoid people who are unwell. If they sneeze, ask them to cover their mouth with a disposable tissue. If they're a colleague at work, ask them to go home until they're well.     


·         Wash your hands all the time with disinfectant soap and hot water. Ask those around you to do so as well. Use disinfectant spray at home on any surfaces which might get exposed to a virus. Don't forget to clean the doorknobs.   


·        Eat healthy. Your immune system will be boosted by a diet that gets enough protein through beans, lentils and fish. Oily fish, nuts and seeds will give you essential fats, which are also good for you. Try to get five portions of fruit and vegetables, and include whole grain foods like brown rice in your diet. Stay away from refined foods.  


·         Sleep. A restful eight hours will ensure that your body is better able to fend off and fight infection. To get a good night's sleep avoid eating late, and caffeine and alcohol before bed. Make sure that your bedroom is a comfortable and relaxing place to sleep.


·         Exercise.Three times a week or more do something that makes you sweat. Cardiovascular activities like running, brisk walking or aerobics will do fine. If you're feeling adventurous, you can do some weights. Exercise will boost your immune system, which will make it more resistant to a cold, and quicker to recover as well.


·         Medicate.Yes, if all else fails, your local pharmacy is stacked full of over the counter products to manage colds. Your pharmacist can advise you, as can your GP.

Date: 11.09.2010. Time: 22.00

So many innocent people from all walks of life were killed.

So many innocent people were killed from all walks of life. USA government after so many years since the incident has failed to arrest the perpetrator who has committed this horrendous massacre. 

Date: 12.09.2010. Time: 22.00

Have them in the morning, it is good for you. Do not have them late night.

Date: 13.09.2010. Time: 22.00

We can learn so much from bees


Bees are civilized and provide us the best sweet which is complete food. This is a true wonder of nature, provides food for insects, animals and man. Honey is one of the most marvellous foods we enjoy today.  Honey has the followings:














Date: 14.09.2010. Time: 22.00



Vinegar is top nature's secret weapon.

Garlic and vinegar is total medicine

Vinegar and honey is total medicine.

Vinegar is the best food preservative .

Date: 15.09.2010. Time: 22.00

Eat and loss weight.

Losing weight is not just about reducing food intake and cutting things out of your diet, there are a few additions that you can make to your daily diet that can indeed help you lose weight. We've found 10 foods stuffs that incorporated with a healthy eating approach can help you shift those extra pounds and speed up.

we’ve all heard of the grapefruit diet but you don't have to live on a diet of grapefruit alone to lose weight. It's been found that that eating half a grapefruit before each meal or drinking a serving of the juice three times a day can help you drop the pounds. The magic ingredient is the fruit's phytochemicals and their effect of reducing insulin levels which stimulates your body to convert calories into energy rather than storing as flabby fat.

Cinnamon is a super spice when it comes to boosting your wellbeing as it has many health-giving properties. In terms of weight loss, it's all to do with controlling those post-meal insulin spikes, which is what make you feel hungry. And you don't need to get much of the stuff to get the benefits; studies have shown just a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon a day can lower the blood sugar, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels. To up your cinnamon intake either sprinkle it on to your breakfast cereal, or maybe mix it into your morning latte.

Chilli peppers
Adding a bit of heat to your diet can give you a weight-loss boost. Studies show that having a spicy start to your morning, i.e. eating chillies as a part of your breakfast can make you opt for a smaller lunch. Apparently it's down to capsaicin which is found in chillies and red peppers that has appetite suppressing properties. Granted - chillies aren't the easiest of items to face as your morning meal but how about as a part of a spicy egg-white omelette or stirred into scrambled eggs for a spicy weight loss kick.

Fennel tea
Again fennel tea is a food stuff that boasts a list of health giving benefits; it's packed with good levels of potassium, magnesium and calcium as well as the vitamins B and C. But when it comes to the weight-loss stakes fennel had a double benefit: working both as an appetite suppressant and a metabolism booster which really are both useful if you're trying to lose weight. Fennel tea is widely available in supermarkets so add it to your daily diet to stave off cravings and boost your fuel burn.


Eating a low-calorie salad before your main meals can help you to lose weight and ensure you get recommended daily intake of veggies. And it's not rocket science as to how it works for weight loss, the key is the sheer volume of a salad, which makes you feel too full to pig out when it comes to your main meal. You need to make sure you don't drown it in a fatty dressing though - a little olive oil and balsamic vinegar makes the perfect healthy accompaniment to a fresh salad.

Green tea
Another powerful brew - green tea really has a multitude of health and wellbeing benefits. And if you are a keen into fitness it makes the perfect pre-workout drink; it's been found to increase endurance by as much as 24%, allowing you to exercise longer and burn more calories. But in terms boosting your weight loss power, a study carried out by the Journal of Nutrition, drinking five cups of green tea per day can help you lose twice as much weight, most of it where we want to lose it most - around the middle.

Celery rates well as a weight-loss food as you can actually end up burning more calories eating it than your body will take on consuming it. But by no means does that make celery low in nutritional value; it's super-packed with fibre (great for digestion) and foliate (the essential nutrient for the care and production of new cells within the body). Get your celery fix by making sure it's featured in your pre-meal salad, as an accompaniment to your lunch or as a healthy snack when you want to satisfy that 'munch' craving.

Lentils are great weight-loss food as they have the power to really satisfy your hunger without packing your body with loads of calories and fat - that's often why lentils feature heavily as a meat substitute - they can make you feel like you've had a meaty dish minus the calories and saturated fat that come with eating meat. Again like celery, lentils are full of fibre and foliate so as well as giving you the full feeling, they are great for digestion and healthy cell growth.

Dark chocolate
Granted chocolate is not low in calories nor in fat, but dark chocolate have two major dietary positives that can lead to long term weight loss. First, it's quite difficult to scoff massive quantities of high-quality dark chocolate as compared to the milk stuff. Secondly, dark chocolate is very high in health-promoting antioxidants. In terms of a weapon in your weight-loss armoury  you can use dark chocolate as a way to curb any sweet cravings, just a few small squares to quell a full on chocolate pig out is well worth the modest calorie intake.

Pronounced 'Keen-wah' quinoa is known as the 'mother grain' by the ancient Peruvians. Quinoa is good for weight loss as it has the power to keep you feeling fuller for longer due to its high protein content. Also the carbs that are present in the grain are released slowly into the body so you won't get that rush of energy after eating quinoa as you would with other foods like white rice or pasta.  You can eat quinoa raw but we reckon it's best when it's cooked in a similar way to rice or couscous.

Date: 16.09.200. Time:22.00


Date: 17.09.2010. Time: 22.00


Date: 18.09.2010. Time: 22.00


Fruit and vegetables – five reasons to start buying frozen

1. Nutrients

OK, so nothing’s going to beat the taste or health benefits of home-grown produce but some shop-bought fruit and vegetables can be in transit for up to two weeks before arriving on the shelves, which can result in them losing up to 50% or more of many vital nutrients.  Add to that the time they may spend sitting in your veg rack before actually being consumed and nutrient levels will decline even further.  However, frozen fruit and vegetables are grown in peak conditions and frozen, usually within less than 90 minutes of being harvested.  This locks in essential vitamins and minerals making them nutritionally the same, if not better than, their fresh equivalents. 

2. Convenience
Not only has all the picking, pudding, chopping, cleaning and dicing been done for you but frozen fruit or vegetables won’t liquidise itself into a pulp or grow a fur coat if not eaten within a few days.

3. Taste

For a fruit or vegetable to taste its best it needs to be harvested at just the right time and eaten as soon as possible afterwards.   Many fresh fruit and vegetables, however, are harvested before being allowed to fully ripen to extend shelf life which can make them tough and tasteless.  Freezing takes care of the shelf life side of things so produce can be allowed the extra time needed to develop a really full flavour.

4. Availability
Frozen fruit and vegetables are available year round making it easier to keep your diet interesting and varied.

5. Cost
Frozen fruit and vegetables are, on average, 23% cheaper than their fresh equivalents and tend to result in less waste as you can select the right amount for your needs and leave the rest for another day.  

Top five frozen fruit and vegetables no self-respecting freezer should be without:

1. Mixed, summer fruits

Many frozen fruits are preserved in their natural state and contain no added sugars or preservatives.  Use them in smoothies or make a fast, low fat dessert by eating them with fresh or frozen yoghurt, sorbets or low fat ice cream.

2. Peas 
Add to sautéed cabbage or leeks, eat just as they are or boil up with some good stock then blend with fresh mint to make a really filling, hearty soup.

3. Sweetcorn
Add to stir fries, chowders and sprinkle over pizzas.

4. Spinach
Great for adding to soups, pasta dishes, stews and casseroles.

5. Soy beans

Add to risottos or eat hot with a little butter and salt as a pre-dinner snack.

Date: 19.09.2010. Time: 22.00

Cleanup the society


Beach cleanup attracts thousands

Thousands of people are expected to head for Britain's coast this weekend to take part in the annual beach cleanup organised by the Marine Conservation Society. Teams are scheduled to go into action on more than 300 beaches all over the country in the litter clearance and survey which the society has organised every year since 1993. "Since then, we have found that beach litter levels have doubled, with the majority of litter made of plastic," the society says. "We have used our data to show where our litter comes from, so that the problem can be tackled. We want to see a reduction in beach litter - not an increase - over future years." In previous years volunteers have collected as many as 16,243 plastic drinks bottles from British beaches in one weekend. It takes about 450 years for a plastic bottle to break down into pieces too small to see, the society says. The Marine Conservation Society also campaigns to protect the seas around Britain. "Our vision is for seas rich in wildlife, abundant fish stocks and pollution free beaches and bathing waters? Seas that are fit for wildlife to thrive in and for people to enjoy and seas that will support future generations with abundant resources, “it says.

Date:20.09.2010.Time: 22.00

Can you help me. Yes Sirrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Did you buy it from Argossss?

Mr. President Obama has just started his spring cleaning too early. He is helping the Middle East peace process to show his predecessors that he is serious about the peace in the Middle East.

Date:21.09.2010. Time: 22.00


'Superspud' could beat malnutrition

A protein-packed "superspud" has been developed by genetic scientists who believe it could combat malnutrition. The potato was created by boosting seed protein production by the gene AmA1 (amaranth albumin 1). Laboratory tests showed it contained up to 60% more protein than ordinary non-modified potatoes. Concentrations of several amino acids - protein "building blocks" which are essential to health - were also increased significantly. The research has been reported in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Scientists led by Dr Subhra Chakraborty, from the National Institute of Plant Genome  Research in New Delhi, India, wrote: "Our approach of using AmA1 to increase the nutritional quality in tuber crops, particularly in potato, has been successful. To our knowledge, the increase in protein content of genetically modified tubers in this study is one of the highest increases observed in any transgenic crop." The potato is the world's leading non-cereal food crop, grown in almost 125 countries, and ranks fourth in global production for all plant foods. Potatoes are consumed daily by more than a billion people worldwide. However, nutrition is "greatly compromised" in normal potatoes because of their lack of protein, said the researchers. They added: "To guarantee a sufficient supply of quality protein in a diet consisting mainly of staple foods such as potato, specific interventions in genetic engineering are an absolute necessity." A key market for the GM potato is expected to be the developing world, where more than a billion people are chronically undernourished. The "superspud" also has the potential to increase the nutritional value of potato-based snacks and convenience foods, such as crisps and chips, in richer countries.

Date:22.09.2010. Time: 22.00


1) It is full of fat;

2) It is full of salt

3) It is full of sugar

4) All the above-mentioned materials are not good for your health.

A balance food which is consisted of some kind of meat, and 85% vegetables would be a balance diet.

Date:23.09.2010. Time: 22.00


Autumn is here and it is beautiful. I love it. How about you? It is the time to detoxify the entire body. So eat green vegetables, drink green tea, eat brown rice and brown bread, brown sugar…..less salt, more honey

Date:24.09.2010. Time: 22.00


Hygiene is very important. If one wishes to avoid catching virus and bug one should wash one’s hands as much as one could, also wash fruits and vegetables before eating them.  Virus is everywhere and we touch money, we use public transport, use telephone handsets and name it… all polluted with virus.

Date: 25.09.2010. Time: 22.00

Garlic is a nature secret weapon, which has many benefits, so eat it raw then drink milk the smell of garlic will be disappeared. In France garlic is a kind of perfume, everyone eat garlic.


If everyone ate garlic then nobody would find it objectionable.

 Date: 26.09.2010. Time: 22.00

The Government has called for more restaurants to print calorie information on their menus.

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley urged businesses to set a target date by which they will set out the nutritional value of products to their customers. Mr Lansley said: "Our aim is to give people the help and advice they need to adopt a healthy lifestyle, and I want to make it as easy as possible for them to do that. "That's why we're working with industry to bring in calorie information on menus. "As a nation we are too unhealthy. We cost the NHS billions of pounds a year through bad diet, lack of exercise and poor lifestyle choices. We can and we must improve this." He suggested the voluntary move as he introduced plans for a network of businesses, health charities and public health experts to help people live "longer, healthier lives". The group will address the issue of calorie labelling as part of its work. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) found that the first companies to introduce calorie labelling, which included Burger King, Pizza Hut and Pret a Manger, did so with few problems. The call for calorie information to be more easily available comes as the FSA announces that some of the UK's largest companies have made their menus healthier. The agency will release details on Monday of 33 companies which decreased their portion sizes and changed the ingredients in some of their products. They include Pizza Hut, which reduced the salt in its pizzas by 5% to comply with FSA guidelines, and coffee outlet Costa, which now offers lower fat sandwiches and muffins.

Date: 27.09.2010. Time: 22.00

Date: 28.09.2010. Time: 22.00

Please do not fight if you do not have money and equipments.

Date: 29.09.2010. Time: 22.00

Eat right food and exercise then you do not need to cheat

Date: 30.09.2010. Time: 22.00

Do you want to live healthy and happy?? If yes please try the followings:

Green tea

There is no end to the benefits of this super brew; green tea boasts a wealth of benefits that earns it the top spot in our anti-aging food list. Green tea is believed to help regulate blood pressure, lower blood sugar, boost the immune system, lower cholesterol and studies have even shown that green tea can be effective at preventing cancer. That's as close to the elixir of life as you can get.

Leafy greens
Whilst eating spinach won't be enough to turn you into Popeye; it's certainly excellent for boosting the body's immunity from illness. Spinach and other leafy foods like kale and collard are high in foliate that are vital in preventing DNA and blood vessel damage. If you can maintain a healthy circulatory system you are reducing your risk of developing conditions such as high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, kidney disease and dementia.

Dark chocolate
Who would have thought this sweet treat would feature in an anti-aging list, but the good news is chocolate can help fight against some signs of aging due to its cocoa content. Cocoa is rich in a group of antioxidants called Flavinoids which help preserve healthy function of the blood vessels. And healthy youthful circulatory system lowers risk of high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, kidney disease and dementia. Don't fill your boots though, a square a day is a good guide and make sure you go for the over 70% cocoa stuff.

Soy products
Like fish, soy products such as tofu are also a great alternative source of protein than red meat or even dairy, since they have little or no saturated fat. A diet that's low in saturated fat will reduce your risk of developing heart disease and lower blood pressure. As a staple part of the Japanese diet, soy products are great at helping keep down cholesterol and are a useful addition to a healthy diet.

Judging from their frequently bad press, you might assume that all forms of bacteria are out to get you. Thankfully, this couldn't be further from the truth. 'Good' bacteria is great for regulating the immune system, by increasing its antibodies and preventing the rise of pathogenic organisms like salmonella and E.coli. Many yoghurts include a high volume of 'good' bacteria that help maintain gut health and diminish the incidence of age-related intestinal illness. Yogurt is also rich in calcium, which can help stave off osteoporosis.

Vinegar & honey
A glass of vinegar and honey tots up a good dose of anti-aging elements including polyphenol antioxidants, minerals, and resveratrol. Resveratrol which helps to increase 'good cholesterol' levels in the body and prevents blood clotting and a healthy circulatory system.

Few people - whether active or not - drink sufficient water, and side effects of even slight dehydration include headaches, fatigue and low concentration levels. Yet increasing fluid intake can increase energy levels, aid digestion, give skin a boost and help boost your anti-aging armoury. Concentrate on drinking little and often throughout the day, being extra vigilant after exercise or when you've been confined in a dry, overheated or air-conditioned environment.