Date: 01.10.2010. Time: 22.00
Music is a medicine
Music is a medicine which treats the soul and mind and provide us a good feeling. But must be a pleasurable music such as classic or country music
Date: 02.10.2010. Time: 22.00
Crisps is not nutritious, because it is consisted of starch + oil + salt and preservative. Body suffers a lot to digest this snack. Please when you are fancy any snack go for a banana or an apple.
Date: 03.10.2010. Time: 22.00
It is best for you. Eat it raw.
Date: 03.10.2010. Time: 22.00
"Laughing is the best medicine, so keep smiling."
"It is a new nappy which is saving cost of care".
Date: 04.10.2010. Time: 22.00
Date: 05.10.2010. Time: 22.00
The worldwide financial crises are to do with the food and drink we consume daily, weekly, monthly and yearly. Our brain needs good nutrition to be able to function properly, therefore most of the bad decision is related to a bad brain functioning which is to do with a bad feed to the brain.
Date: 06.10.2010. Time: 22.00
White truffles and Beluga caviar don’t feature on your average restaurant menu – but they are among the most expensive delicacies money can buy. Together with other rare and exotic delicacies, they make up this list of some of the most expensive ingredients in the world.
The Alba white truffle
Usually sold in small 100g tins or less, matcha is finely ground green tea. High in antioxidants and also caffeine, it can be used in baking, making drinks and for flavouring ice cream and other desserts. For the privilege of opening a tin of matcha and watching the light powder puff up as you do so, get ready to pay arou
nd £120-£150 per kilo.
Green Tea powder
Usually sold in small 100g tins or less, matcha is finely ground green tea. High in antioxidants and also caffeine, it can be used in baking, making drinks and for flavouring ice cream and other desserts. For the privilege of opening a tin of matcha and watching the light powder puff up as you do so, get ready to pay around £120-£150 per kilo.
Date: 07.10.10 Time: 22.00
The biggest water, soil pollution in Europe
Hungary village evacuated as new toxic flood 'likely'
Hungarian police and soldiers evacuated 800 villagers Saturday as authorities feared a second flood of toxic sludge from a chemicals plant was likely after new cracks appeared in a dyke. They were evacuated at dawn from Kolontar, a village close to the reservoir that burst in western Hungary Monday, killing seven people, injuring scores more and poisoning rivers in the country's worst ecological disaster. The despairing and angry villagers were taken by bus to Ajka, the nearest major town which is 160 kilometres (100 miles) from the capital Budapest. Many placed the blame on MAL Hungarian Aluminium Production and Trade Company, which runs the plant whose sludge had swept through their homes. "I feel really angry at the company because I feel they're responsible." said Jozsef Lengyel, who was just released from hospital on Thursday after being treated for burns on his lower body. "I feel they think I'm stupid when they say this sludge isn't dangerous, because I've been burned up to my waist," the evacuated villager told AFP. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban arrived in Ajka and admitted that another flood of toxic sludge seemed inevitable. "The reservoir is so damaged that it is likely that it will give way for a second time," Orban said. "If the dyke of the reservoir gives way, about 500,000 cubic metres will be released. Several cracks are visible from the north side of the reservoir," he said. The first flood on October 4 released 1.1 million cubic metres (38.8 millio
n cubic feet) of foul-smelling, blood-red toxic sludge into villages and rivers. Security forces also warned thousands of villagers in nearby Devecser to be ready to move if necessary, officials said. "The evacuation of Kolontar began at six in the morning (0400 GMT) after we noticed that the dam started weakening at tank number 10," Disaster Relief Team chief Tibor Dobson told AFP. One of the new cracks was seven centimetres (three inches) wide, officials said. The entire area was under surveillance, with helicopters with heat-detecting cameras in the air and 650 policemen on the ground coordinating rescue operations, the national police's website said. Some of the evacuees were to stay with friends and relatives and those with nowhere else to go would be put up in the town's sports complex, officials said. "There is despair and sadness, but no panic," said Orban of the mood among evacuees in Ajka. Work was under way to build a new dam in Kolontar, in case of a new flood, to save those houses that were undamaged in the previous disaster, the Hungarian News Agency MTI reported. The dam would be four to five metres (around 13 to 16 feet) high and made of earth and rocks, and would be ready in 48 hours. The death toll from Monday's inundation of toxic sludge rose to seven on Friday, with one person still missing. The dead included a 14-month-old girl. Around 150 people have been injured, many suffering deep burns, and include some of the first firefighters on the scene afte
r the flood. The prime minister meanwhile said there would be "consequences" after the unprecedented disaster, raising the possibility of action against the company running the plant. He also indicated that the Kolontar villagers would be provided for. "Our house was the second next to the river, and everything has been destroyed in it. We've been told we can have a new house, either in Kolontar or elsewhere," Lengyel's daughter, Noemi, who was with the rest of her evacuated family in the Ajka sports centre, told AFP. Nature protection organisation WWF meanwhile said Saturday that the reservoir had been leaking for months, publishing photographs on its website dating back to June. "This new evidence of the degraded state of the walls and significant leakage more than three months before the incident should be cause for an urgent investigation, not just of this disaster but of the state of Hungary?s other toxic sludge ponds," Gebor Figeczky, the acting head of WWF's Hungarian branch, was quoted as saying. "This points to neglect and a failure of regulation as a prime contributing factor to this disaster," added Figeczky. The pollution already wiped out all life in the smaller Marcal tributary and experts say it will take up to five years for that river to recover. Officials have insisted there was little risk for the Danube, Europe's second-longest river after the Volga. Water samples taken Friday in the Danube above Budapest revealed a marked decrease in pollution levels with near-normal alkali, but the ecosystem of the Danube is still threatened. The countries bordering the Danube, including Slovakia, Croatia, Serbia and Romania, have started regular checks of the river's water quality. The Hungarian government has set up a website to deliver information about the disaster at www.redsludge.bm.hu.
Date: 08.10.2010. Time: 22.00
An art by an Iranian artist
"These flowers are mad
e from the fallen leafs of the trees in autumn."
Date: 09.10.2010. Time: 22.00
Date: 10.10.10 . Time: 10.10.10
"This is the best date for people whom birthday is to day"
Date: 11.12.2010. Time: 22.00
Date: 12.10.2010. Time: 22.00
Feel full and eat less fatty food, because:
Date: 13.10.2010. Time: 22.00
Let us apply for child benefit first?
Date: 14.10.2010. Time:22.00
Oil is God's gift to man. But misused by man and polluted the soil, water, air.
Date: 15.10.2010. Time:
What is Orthorexia?
Unlike anorexia or bulimia, which often stem from a feeling of low self-esteem, orthorexia starts out as an innocent desire to simply overcome illness, lose weight, improve general health or correct the many bad habits of the modern-day diet.
Initially small changes are made, such as avoiding tea or coffee or cutting out non-organic vegetables. However, over time, as more and more restrictions are imposed on the diet, each requiring ever-increasing amounts of willpower, the orthorexic begins to feel incredibly self-righteous, almost saintly.
Again, unlike anorexics or bulimics, who have a tendency towards secrecy around eating, orthorexics can be quite the opposite, becoming almost evangelical in conversations about their quest for the perfect diet. “A day filled with wheatgrass juice, tofu and quinoa may come to feel as holy as one spent serving the destitute and homeless,” says Dr. Steven Bratman, author of ‘Health Food Junkies’, and the man responsible for coining the term ‘orthorexia’.
How to tell if you have orthorexia
“But when orthorexics slip up, which may involve anything from devouring a single raisin to consuming a large bowl of Haagen-Dazs), they feel really bad and tend to punish themselves with an even stricter eating regime than before. Gradually, over time, the quest to eat the ‘perfect diet’ begins to occupy a greater and greater proportion of the orthorexic's day.”
Among the many consequences, orthorexics often suffer a severe and dangerous loss of weight, malnutrition and many other longer term illnesses. They become increasingly fussy about their food in the never-ending quest for the ‘perfect’ diet. Relationships can be damaged as they deliberately avoid all situations that could potentially involve a loss of control over the foods they eat, such as meals out with their partner or dinner parties with friends.
What causes Orthorexia?
As yet, very little research has been done on the subject so it’s difficult to be sure of its causes. However, unlike anorexics who are concerned with the quantity of food they consume, orthorexics are far more concerned about the ‘quality’ of the food they put in their mouths. “It's not about feeling fat,” says Bratman, “but about feeling pure”. It’s also about a desire to control the outside world, and there are a number of reasons why this condition may occur. For some, obsessing about what they should and shouldn’t be eating can be a way of avoiding other bigger issues in their life, such as a failing relationship or a job they are unhappy with. However, others may simply have a genetic predisposition to obsessive-compulsive behaviour. In other words, their biochemistry, brain structure and hormones are all set up in such a way that the person is naturally far more prone to indulge in obsessive behaviour.
Another reason for orthorexia, according to the only study on the condition, which was carried out by the Institute of Food Sciences at La Sapienza University in Rome, is confusion. The study found that a bombardment of healthy eating messages coupled with a misunderstanding of nutrition was the most commonly found predisposing factor.
How can you tell the difference between trying to eat healthily and becoming 'orthorexic'?
It’s tricky because one of the main characteristics of the condition is that until the sufferer loses vast amounts of weight or becomes ill, neither they nor others around them think they have a problem. In fact, they are often praised, even admired for managing to show such discipline and self-control. It’s often not until orthorexia becomes anorexia that alarm bells are raised. However, a strong indication of a problem is when the desire to eat healthily begins to hamper day-to-day life. For example, you may ‘prefer’ to eat organic vegetables or to avoid additives but if on the occasions you are not able to do so you feel upset, angry, depressed or self loathing, or feel you must over compensate in some way to make up for it, it’s time to do something about it as it’s a sure sign it’s no longer appropriate eating.
Date: 16.10.2010. Time: 22.00
Date:17.10.2010. Time: 22.00
Date:18.10.2010. Time: 22.00
"After we leave this world, what should we leave behind?"
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Date: 20.10.2010. Time: 22.00
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Date: 23.10.2010. Time: 22.00
Date: 24.10.2010. Time:22.00
Did you know that the entire fighting and insatiability, greediness, voracity, self-indulgence are only for food and sexual characteristics
Date:25.10.2010. Time: 22.00
Date: 26.10.2010. Time: 22.00
All the natural disasters happened in one day. Man has destroyed the earth.
tsunami, typhoon Noah in one day, is not this an odd event which has taken place in Far East?
Date: 27.10.2010. Time: 22.00
He gives Nobel Praise to people who care for the earth, air, water, foods, health
Date:28.10.2010. Date: 22.00