Date: 01.11.2010. Time: 22.00

In this life everything is love. Love yourself. If you do you love all.

Date: 02.11.2010. Time: 22.00

We as a human being pollute the air, earth, water, foods. The nature takes its revenge by earthquake, flood, tornado, tsunami, landslides and many other natural disasters. If we care for the above mentioned then we get less natural disasters. 

Date: 3.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Which one was first chicken or egg? This argument is still going on.

Date: 04.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Best news ever

Blind Can See Again With Electronic Implant

A ground-breaking eye implant has allowed three blind patients to see within days of being fitted with the electronic device in their retina, the German patients were able to see objects on a table, including a cup and saucer. One was even able to read his own name. A British eye surgeon, who will lead the first UK trials of the device next year, said it was a significant advance. Professor Robert MacLaren, from the Oxford Eye Hospital, said: "Until now this concept would have been considered only in the realms of science fiction. What surprised all of us was just how much resolution you can get from the implant."

The device consists of an electronic plate just three millimetres square, which is coated with 1,500 light-sensitive sensors. Each sensor triggers an electronic pulse that stimulates nerves that lead to the brain. Patients see a rough black and white image. The device has been developed by the German technology company Retina Implant AG. It was fitted to three patients with the inherited condition retinitis pigmentosa, which gradually destroys the light-sensitive retina at the back of the eye, causing blindness. Details were published by the Royal Society. Lead researcher Professor Eberhart Zrenner said: "The visual functions of patients can in principle be restored to a degree sufficient for use in daily life." The company is now hoping to upgrade the implant to give a sharper image. Professor MacLaren said: "The level of vision is rudimentary but we're talking about making someone who is completely blind see well enough to walk around without a guide dog." Jonathan Abro who lives in London still has some of his sight, but he also suffers from retinitis pigmentosa. He is a member of the RP Fighting Blindness Society and while he is encouraged by the success of the study, he is also cautious. "It's managing my own expectations," he told Sky News. "For somebody to say "wow blind people can see again", well that's not true, it doesn't happen like that. "But for somebody to say "people who have lost most of their vision are able to distinguish shapes and learn to see something again", well that's very exciting and I'm excited at any progress ... whether it's to restore our vision or to save what we've got. "You know, some sort of research that comes up with something which stops my vision from deteriorating further would be fabulous."

Date: 05.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Balance yourself with a balance diet. A balance diet is having everything in a moderation. Moderation means moderation and moderation even in drinking water

Date:06.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Eat lest to stay healthy. Eat small amount very five hours. Eat balanced food

07.11.2010. Time:22.00

Honey is a best medicineYour food is your medicine. Your medicine is your food.


Date: 08.11.2010. Time: 22.00


Date:09.11.2010. Time: 22.00

In Britain there has been

"Legal corruption"

"Media corruption"

"The NHS Hospitals corruption"

Do you agree?

Date:11.11.2010. Time: 11.11   (It is a unusual date)

              MARX                           DARVINE


If you know the above pictures salad was told that they were not poor when the passed away.

Date: 12.11.2010. Time:

Salad is very good for us.

Date: 13.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Mr. Hossein and his wife.


Date: 14.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Egg is good for us. Have it with raw onion. The best way to have egg is to boil it for 5 minutes and have it with one table spoon of olive oil and some fresh lemon. No salt.

Date:15.11.2010. Time:22.00

"Unhealthiest food???"

So you think the Whopper with cheese you had for lunch was unhealthy? Try the burger that weighs in at an off-the-scale 5,000 calories! Feel guilty about knocking back half a tub of Ben and Jerry's during the film the other night? How about the 'ice cream' that's mostly seal oil? Many of us eat a diet that's a little too rich in fat and sugar, but at least we don't eat any of the dishes in this culinary hall of shame. Make sure you've had your lunch, and then prepare to digest a selection of the fattiest foods ever to squeeze through a human intestine.

Date:16.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Take up juggling
Increase your intake of vitamins, minerals, immune-boosting phytochemicals and age–defying antioxidants whilst significantly decreasing calories by ‘ratio juggling’. Simply switch from making carbohydrates such as bread, pasta, cereals, rice or potatoes the biggest ratio of food on your plate to fruit or vegetables instead. This way, you’ll keep blood sugars stable, hunger and food cravings at bay and, because we naturally prefer to eat carbs with fats (think bread without the marg, baked potatoes without the butter and crackers without the cheese), you’ll automatically cut back on your fat intake too.


  • Swap your usual bowl of cereal for a bowl of chopped fruit with a spoon or two of cereal added.

  • Swap your midday chicken salad sandwich for a large chicken salad.

  • Swap a lunch time jacket potato for a bowl of vegetable soup.

  • Swap your shepherd’s pie made from mince and potatoes with a few carrots on the side for one made from a filling of lean mince, carrots, peas, finely chopped onions and celery with a sweet potato and leek topping. Then fill up the rest of the plate with broccoli or spring cabbage lightly sautéed in a little garlic and olive oil.

  • Swap the usual plate of spaghetti with two or three spoons of bolognese sauce on top for a plate of bolognese sauce made largely from tomatoes, peppers, carrots, peas and sweet corn with a little extra lean meat added and one or two spoons of spaghetti added in.

Go low GI


Low GI carbs release their sugars at a much slower pace into the blood stream, helping to keep energy levels high, cravings for fatty/sugary foods at bay and insulin production to a minimum - and because insulin helps the body to store fat, the less insulin you have the slimmer you’re likely to be and the lower your risk of developing diabetes and heart disease will become.


  • Swap baguettes (GI 95) for wheat tortillas (GI 30).

  • Swap rice cakes (GI 74) and bagels (GI 72) for a slice of whole meal rye bread (GI 58) or whole meal stone-ground, heavy grain breads (GI 47).

  • Swap jacket potatoes (GI 101) for sweet potatoes (GI 46).

  • Swap white rice (GI 87) for barley (25).

  • Swap mashed potatoes (GI 101) for puy lentils (GI 26).

Go high ‘SI’
‘SI’ stands for satiety index, a measure created by researchers at Sydney University. Foods that have a high ‘SI’ rating keep us feeling fuller for longer and include oats, apples, whole-wheat pasta, oranges, popcorn, beans, grapes and wholemeal bread. However, the most satiating nutrient of all is protein, so adding high quality, lean meat, fish, chicken, nuts and seeds to your food is a great way to control appetite which will naturally help to reduce your calorie intake.


  • Try smoked kippers or smoked salmon with scrambled eggs for breakfast.

  • Snack on a small handful of nuts and seeds, grapes, oranges, apples, low fat hummus and popcorn.

  • Swap your usual lunchtime pasta salad for a mixed bean salad or a tuna nicoise instead.

  • Swap your cheese sandwich for an open topped ham, chicken or beef one instead.

  • Swap your usual bowl of evening pasta for a chargrilled tuna or sirloin steak on a bed of lightly steamed pak choi or shredded spring cabbage sautéed in garlic and a little olive oil.

  • Swap your usual mashed potato for lentils instead.

  • Add strips of lean beef to your stir-fry, beans to your casseroles and pulses to your curry and soups.

Re-fuel – don’t drool!

If you were to drive from London to Edinburgh with only a little petrol you wouldn’t expect your car to keep going on the ‘promise’ you’d fill it up when you get there -so why is it that that’s exactly what we expect our bodies to do when we race through the day on an empty stomach drooling over all the fatty, sugary foods as we go? Instead, switch to eating the majority of your calories during the day when you need them most and watch the pounds drop off.


  • Make breakfast the largest meal of the day followed by a medium-sized lunch and a far smaller evening meal (try using a side plate in the evenings rather than a dinner plate).

  • Always have a healthy, low GI snack such as a small handful of nuts, seeds or dried fruit, a low fat yogurt, some fruit or a wholegrain cracker topped with cottage cheese and grapes mid morning and mid afternoon.

  • Swap calorie-packed evening desserts for a low-fat yogurt or fresh fruit.

  • Don’t have foods in the house that you know will tempt you into nibbling in the evenings.

  • Brush your teeth straight after dinner. You’ll be amazed how effective that can be at stopping you from heading back into the kitchen!

Date:17.11.2010. Time: 22.00

"Death is the reality of Life "


These are coffins which are made in various shapes to reduce the fear of death. Death is the reality which no one can escape. 

Date:18.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Look after your teeth

If you brush your teeth three to four time per day, and visit your dentist every six months then your general health is guaranteed. Most of the diseases are as a result of unhealthy mouth and teeth. 

Date:19.11.2010. Time: 22.00

This will clean your entire body. Have some but raw.After honey beetroots are the best.

Date:20.11.2010. Time: 22.00

"Filthy habit existed many million years ago"

Peruvian diggers find 2.5 million-year-old tobacco

Palaeontologists in Peru have discovered fossilized tobacco in the northern Amazon that dates back to the Pleistocene Era 2.5 million years ago, the scientists said Friday. The compact block of tobacco, about 30 square centimetres (4.5 square inches), was found by scientists from the Meyer-Honninger Palaeontology Museum earlier this week in the Maranon river basin in north-eastern Peru. "This discovery allows us to establish that the plant dates back to the Pleistocene Era, and confirms that it originated in northern Peru," the museum said in a statement. Tobacco was smoked and chewed by Native Americans long before the arrival of European explorers in the 15th century, the scientists said.  It was also used for therapeutic purposes -- in everything from eye drops to enemas -- and for rituals, such as blowing smoke into the faces of warriors before battle and on women prior to intercourse, they said.

Date:21.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Why being cheap is a threat to your health

It is the nature of the modern consumer society that most household and personal goods are affordable and easily replaceable. So why do so many of us insist on using goods past the point they have lost their functionality, and may be even unsafe to use? We've compiled a guide of the things in your life which you really should consider replacing more often.


This is a popular stayer in your bathroom - after all, why replace it if the bristles are still white, and feel comfortably worn in? Well, if your toothbrush is worn out, it does not clean your teeth properly and it may damage your gums. It is a good idea to change it every three months, though, if you have gum disease, you should make that every four to six weeks, as the bristles harbour bacteria. If you use an electric toothbrush, the bristle change applies to you too.

Razor blade

A razor blade is pretty effective at telling you that it is no longer doing its job, as you may get cuts and razor burn from a dull blade. For starters, make sure you clean, rinse and dry the blade after every use. There is no reason to change the blade every week if it is doing the job properly. But once it starts to irritate your skin, don't be cheap and buy new blades.

Jogging shoes

Well done for being the type that actually runs in your sport shoes. But how often should you change them? Well, if they have holes, that may be a start. More importantly, are they providing the cushioning and support your body needs? Experts recommend changing the shoes every 350 - 550 miles, but you would of course have to keep track of the distances covered. A simpler approach is how the shoes feel. Does your body ache after a run? Do you have joint pain and shin splints? Check if the cushioning of your shoe still holds in the high impact area on your heel - if it looks like it has collapsed, it's time for new shoes.

Chopping board

Chopping boards are breeding grounds for bacteria. Wash them with soap and hot water and make sure you dry them afterwards. You can also use an antibacterial product that is safe on food. If you use plastic boards, you can wash them in the dishwasher. A wooden board is better washed by hand, as it is likely to crack in the dishwasher. When should you change your board? Once it has cracks and cuts that are deep and hard to clean - which means they may harbour bacteria.

Computer keyboard

Why fret about the cleanliness of your kitchen sink when your computer keyboard is a biohazard? Among other things, your qwerty carries all sorts of bugs that cause food poisoning. Flip your keyboard over, shake hard, and then wipe the surface with antibacterial solution. And don't forget your computer mouse. If your keyboard is beyond salvation, buy a new one. It's cheap and it will be clean.

Your bed

You spend about a third of your life in bed, which is why it's full of bacteria, dust mites and viruses. Keep in mind that you probably lose about a quarter of litre of body fluid every night, which is why your bed is such a breeding ground for mites. Change your bedding weekly and wash it at 60C or more and use bleach if you can. Dry it at high temperatures. Get your pillows and duvets professionally cleaned every few months, and replace your mattress every few years - 10 at most. If it sags, you can put a board under it until you can buy a new one. But really; a new mattress costs the equivalent of a big night out, so do your back a favour and get one.

Date: 22.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Five best snacks to eat at your desk

1) For an alternative taste to toast - Avocado toasty

Avocado is something of a 'super food', as it's rich in vitamin E, high in monounsaturated fats and a good source of potassium - as well as vitamin B6, which aids the process of serotonin synethesis (a process that promotes good mood). Spread half a 'medium ripe' avocado on a slice of wholemeal toast to get a tasty, wholesome, low-GI snack containing a healthy dose of fibre. And if you like a spicy touch, sprinkle it with a dash of Tabasco sauce! 
Portion size: Half an avocado on one slice of bread = 220 calories.

2) For a pick up to hide from your boss - Almonds and apricots

Almonds are high in protein and fibre, as well as being low-GI, a good source of magnesium, and rich in vitamin E (an antioxidant). Dried apricots, on the other hand, are rich in carotenes - which may lower the risk of cancers of the throat and lungs - and provide you with potassium, iron, calcium, silicon, phosphorus, and vitamin C. Interestingly, dried apricots have a far greater nutritional value than fresh ones because the nutrient content is so concentrated. Gram for gram, dried apricots have twelve times the iron, seven times the fibre and five times the vitamin A of fresh ones. The best way to eat this snack is to impale the almonds in the apricots.

Portion size: Six to eight apricots plus 20 to 25 almonds = approximately 250 calories.

3) For a sweet treat that will sustain you - Yogurt and honey

Yogurt is low in fat, high in calcium and good for your gut. A recent study also found that people who got their calcium from yogurt rather than other dairy sources lost more weight around the tummy area. Opt for low-fat, unflavoured varieties that contain probiotic bacteria, and add a touch of sweetness with honey. Honey has been shown to increase the blood's level of protective antioxidants, and may also be a useful diet addition for people with high cholesterol. According to research, using honey instead of sugar or an artificial sweetener can reduce total cholesterol and triglyceride levels and increase HDL (or 'good') cholesterol.

Portion size: One 120g (4oz) pot of yoghurt plus one tablespoon of honey = 140 calories.

4) For a liquid perk up - Banana, mango and pineapple power smoothie

Smoothies are a real filler and can also be enjoyed on the sly if your place of work has a no eating at the desk policy. Granted, you can't just set up your blender next to the photocopier, but you can easily make up a batch for brekkie, save and chill the rest for later. We recommend a banana, mango and pineapple power smoothie, it provide a hefty portion of beta-carotene, folic acid, fibre, vitamins B, C and E and essential minerals. The skimmed milk also adds protein and calcium.  For two servings you'll need the flesh of one ripe mango, chopped ½ fresh pineapple, peeled, cored and chopped, one small banana or ½ large banana, chopped, juice of ½-1 lime (according to taste), 150ml skimmed milk and eight ice cubes. Simply crush the ice cubes in the blender and then add the rest of the ingredients - then blend until smooth.

Portion size: One serving of smoothie = approximately 177 calories.

5) For a savoury snack to sustain you - Peanut butter on crisp breads

Peanut butter on crisp breads - This is the perfect combination of protein, fat, carbohydrate, and lots of fibre. While peanut butter is high in fat, it's the unsaturated (or 'good') kind - and peanuts are a great source of the antioxidant vitamin E. Peanut butter is also rich in protein - so is an especially good option for vegetarians - and a good source of magnesium. Opt to spread the peanut butter on rye crisp breads - which are low in salt, high in fibre and have a low GI - so you won't get an energy high followed by a crash.

Date:23.11.2010. Time: 22.00

She is going to pay TAX

Date:24.11.2010. Time: 22.00

Just see the Beauty. If a mother during her pregnancy eats more fish her child will be with blue eyes. Please check with your GP if you are under any medication.

Date: 25.11.2010. Time: 22.00

It is good for you. Especially when he is having it with pleasure.

Date:26.11.2010. Time: 22.00

World's largest study discovers how to keep the weight off for good

Losing weight is difficult enough but, as anyone who has ever been on a diet knows, keeping it off is even harder.  However, Danish researchers say they have come up with the perfect diet to lose weight and keep it off. According to the world's largest diet study ever, the best way to lose weight is to stick to a high protein/low glycaemic index diet with more lean meats, low fat dairy products and beans and fewer refined carbohydrates such as white bread and rice. The researchers say that no calorie counting is needed; people should just eat until they feel full. The experts from the University of Copenhagen reached their conclusions after comparing five different diets which are recommended for losing and maintaining a healthy weight. Some 938 overweight adults from eight European countries were put on a strict 800 kcal/day diet for eight weeks, and their weigh loss recorded. The volunteers were then randomly assigned to one of five different low-fat diets, and tracked for six months to find out which diet was best at preventing weight gain. After the initial eight weeks, the dieters lost an average of 11kg. But after 6 months, they re-gained around 0.5kg. Only those on the high protein/low glycaemic index diet managed to maintain their weight. People following a low-protein/high-GI fared worse, and re-gained nearly 2kg in weight.  The findings are published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Study leader Professor Arne Astrup from the University of Copenhagen said: "For many years we have been giving people in Europe the wrong advice about how to lose weight and avoid becoming obese. "Calorie counting hasn't worked and may have made the problem worse because it didn't distinguish between different types of food. "The new diet composition is much more effective at helping people maintain a healthy weight. It contains a slightly higher protein content and low GI foods, and you can eat as much as you want."

The high protein low-GI diet

Not everyone may find it easy to follow a high protein/low-GI diet. Carbohydrates with a low glycaemic index are digested more slowly and lead to lower and more stable blood glucose levels in the blood. They also make you feel fuller for longer. In the study, the dieters were allowed to eat as many apples, pears, oranges, raspberries and strawberries as they wanted, but only "very limited" amounts of bananas (especially overripe bananas), grapes, kiwi, pineapple and melon. Vegetables are allowed, but carrots, beets and parsnip should preferably be eaten raw, and potatoes "cooked as little as possible," and eaten cold. No mashed potatoes and no baked beans. Pasta (wholegrain) should be cooked al dente and is also best eaten cold. Choose rice varieties such as brown rice, parboiled rice or basmati. Bread should also be wholemeal. White bread without kernels, white rice and sugary breakfast products should be avoided. In general, sugar intake should be limited, not so much because of its GI but to avoid all those 'empty calories'. Proteins are more filling than both carbohydrates and fat. You should choose from protein-rich foods such as lean meat, poultry, fish, eggs, nuts and low-fat dairy products.

Typical daily menu


Low-fat milk with muesli (without added sugar), wholegrain crisp bread with low-fat cheese, an orange


Wholegrain rye bread with lean meat or chicken, mackerel in tomato sauce with a selection of vegetables


Stir-fried turkey with vegetables and wholegrain pasta, avocado salad with feta cheese and sugar peas

Morning and afternoon snacks

Vegetable sticks and low-fat cheese sticks Wholegrain rye bread with low-fat liver pâté and cucumber


Water or low-fat milk with meals.

SALAD: Eat anything you like in a moderation and burn it. Make sure what you have input to your body has output. Input and output control will save you from any kind of illnesses.

Date: 27.11.2010. Time: 22.00


Severe weather warnings for almost all of the UK have been issued for Saturday, with heavy snow and widespread icy roads forecast.

Warnings of sub-zero temperatures overnight came as the big chill brought parts of the country to a standstill after the earliest widespread snow for 17 years. London and the South East, the South West, East Midlands, Yorkshire and Humber and the north east of England were all alerted to widespread icy roads until 11am on Saturday by the Met Office. The North East, Yorkshire and Humber, East Midlands and the South West were also braced for heavy snow.

Even low-lying parts of the UK saw freezing temperatures on Friday, the Met Office said. Cottesmore near Oakham in Rutland saw the mercury drop to minus 3.1C while Woodford in Greater Manchester recorded temperatures as low as minus 2.6C. Temperatures in Leek in Staffordshire were among the coldest at minus 2.5C. Dozens of schools were closed and many roads were impassable. A plane from Lanzarote with 196 passengers on board overshot its landing at Newcastle airport. No-one was injured in the incident. Though Scotland and the north east of England once again bore the brunt of the bad weather - with dumps of up to 30cm recorded in the Highlands and North Yorkshire - snow was also drifting across Wales and the South West. Forecasters said the cold snap was set to tighten its grip, blanketing swathes of the country in white by the middle of next week. Some 25cm is expected to fall over higher ground on Saturday. Aisling Creevey, of MeteoGroup, the weather division of the Press Association, said: "It's definitely staying cold and going into next week, we could see a lot more snow. There is a low pressure system across the country and if it moves the way it is looking to at the moment, it's going to be very windy, very snowy and really bitter." The unusual weather has been caused by high pressure over Greenland and low pressure in the Baltics, forcing cold winds from the north east across Europe.

Date:28.11.2010. Time: 22.00

This job was carried out by the USA in Japan (ATOMIC BOMB)

Date:29.11.2010. Time: 22.00

1) Wash your hands 5 times a day.
2) Drink water 8 glasses per day. (Not too Hot)
3) Eat plenty ORANGES
4) Eat plenty vegetables.
5) Walk 4000 meter per day.
6) Eat food which you love, but make sure you burn the sugar, and make sure that there is no constipation, it is the mother of all diseases
7) Drink less Alcohol, or coffee, or tea. If you did, drink more drinking water.

Date: 30.11.2010. Time: 22.00


No one can use it.