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Top 10 Sources Of Protein
Proteins are essential part of our diet. Also called the building blocks of muscles, proteins are needed by all individuals for optimum growth. A diet rich in protein is much better than a diet rich in carbohydrates and fats. Nowadays, people are switching to low carb diets to lose weight. In such a diet, protein is an integral part of nutrition intake in body. Protein intake is also needed after workout to “feed” worn out muscles. You can workout in the gym like crazy but unless you don’t eat enough proteins afterwards, your muscles won’t grow. Eating protein in breakfast also helps you to manage hunger till lunch time and avoid junk food. All in all, a diet rich in protein means a healthy life.
The Terrible 20: Online Dating Sites
Online dating is a dating system which allows individuals, couples and groups to make contact and communicate with each other over the Internet, usually with the objective of developing a personal, romantic, or sexual relationship. Online dating services usually provide unmoderated matchmaking over the Internet, through the use of personal computers or cell phones. From Christian Mingle to Trek Passion, there's an internet dating site out there for every possible type of single -- and that's not automatically a good thing.
10 Most Futuristic Museums of Contemporary Art Around the World
Admired by many experts and people around the world, these 10 futuristic museums of contemporary art that we’ll show you today are indeed stunning works with both great architectural and cultural value. They have changed the way the world thinks about museums of modern and contemporary art, and it continues to challenge our assumptions about the connections between art, architecture, and collecting. Breathtaking structures, futuristic designs, curving lines, they are a significant contribution to urban development, becoming a dominant visual and functional buildings of the local landscape. We think that the futuristic designs of the museums in themselves are an art.
Extra Terror, Hold The Gore: 8 Truly Scary PG-13 Horror Movies
Virtually all the good material in the found-footage horror film The Last Exorcism comes before any scenes that threaten to push it to an R rating. As one in a long line of movies about spine-wrenching demon possession, The Last Exorcism is no great shakes, but in a rare occurrence for a found-footage-style film, the mundane scenes are the ones that really work. Before a charlatan preacher (Patrick Fabian) discovers that the latest in a series of phony possessions and exorcisms is actually real for once, he proudly regales the camera with outrageous tales and tricks of the trade. And even when he does encounter a real monster, he goes through all the cheesy staging without missing a beat, setting up a tense, funny juxtaposition between the harmless situation he assumes and the alarming one, about which he’s oblivious. Only in the shocking business does the film struggle to deliver.
Top 10 NFL Undrafted Free Agents
Many of these players have enjoyed solid careers and/or made a big impact. Last season, the only rookie to rush for 1,000-plus yards was Tampa Bay's LeGarrette Blount (originally signed out of college by the Titans), while the league's leading rusher in 2010 was previously undrafted RB Arian Foster. When the draft was shortened to eight rounds in 1993 and now to its current of state of seven rounds in 1994, it was far more common for rookie free agents to make the team and an impact. You'll notice that I stay away from kickers because they are rarely drafted these days, hence no mention of the extraordinary Adam Vinatieri.
25 Things I wish I knew before moving to San Francisco
I moved to San Francisco 9 months ago from the East Coast bastion of Boston. Despite having experience living in a major US city, I found quite a few surprises coming here. Some have been great, while others not so much. If you’re planning the move here, I hope this will help you know better what to expect. And if you already live in SF, this should give you a laugh or two and hopefully inspire you to leave a comment with anything I missed. Consider this the guide I wish someone had given me when I moved here.
3 Tips for Selling Your Home in 2013
Though the situation varies by region, we’ve seen a glimmer of hope for sellers and the housing market in general over the past six months. Homes that didn’t move for a year started getting activity as buyers came off the sidelines, their confidence in the housing market and their financial situations greatly improved. That confidence, coupled with record low interest rates and rising rents, has been the fuel the real estate market needed. Add to this the low inventory seen in many markets, and you’ve got buyers motivated to make a purchase. If 2013 might be your year to sell, start planning, engaging professionals and doing as much of the legwork as soon as possible. You only have one chance to be “Just Listed” in this new market. More than ever, you’ve got to put your best foot forward when presenting your home to motivated buyers.
10 U.S. Vice Presidents: A Celebration of Almost-Great Men
In the words of Vice President John Nace Garner, the vice presidency "isn't worth a pitcher of warm p*ss." That may be true, buit the characters who've held the job are definitely worth a few good pages of trivia. Join Neatorama and mental_floss in toasting 10 backup plans that made this country great.
Top 10 Skills Children Learn From The Arts
You don’t find school reformers talking much about how we need to train more teachers in the arts, given the current obsession with science, math, technology and engineering (STEM), but here’s a list of skills that young people learn from studying the arts. They serve as a reminder that the arts — while important to study for their intrinsic value — also promote skills seen as important in academic and life success.
10 Things You Might Not Know About Love
Barbara Fredrickson is the Kenan Distinguished Professor of Psychology and director of the Positive Emotions and Psychophysiology Laboratory at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is the author of a new book on love. In writing the book "Love 2.0: How Our Supreme Emotion Affects Everything We Feel, Think, Do, and Become," here are 10 lessons I have learned.