Butter: We are not instructing you load up on butter, but according to experts, naturally occurring saturated fats, like those found in butter, may actually be good to include in your diet in moderation when compared with processed fats like those found in margarine.
Cheese: Just like butter, cheese is also high in saturated fat and calorie content. But, it is also rich in nutrients, calcium, vitamin A, B12, riboflavin, zinc, and phosphorus. It also contains conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a good fat, according to latest discoveries, found in animal protein and dairy that has been linked to cancer prevention.
Chocolate and whole milk: A glass of chocolate and whole milk has the perfect carbs to protein ratio (3:1) and is a good post workout recovery drink. It also replenishes bone-building calcium and sodium to restore electrolyte balance. Go with dark chocolate, if you are still unsure.
Coffee: It not only improves concentration and stamina, but a recent research has revealed that it helps prevent diseases like diabetes and Alzheimer’s. Just don’t overdo it, 3-5 cups are optimum as it may have some side effects like insomnia, jitters and anxiety.
Bananas: Although labelled as fattening, bananas sometimes play a healthy role when you are trying to shed pounds. They are rich in potassium and provide antioxidants, vitamin C and fibre. Banana eaters also experience a shift in dopamine, a neurotransmitter responsible for elevating your mood.
The past week saw a slew of smartphones being launched in India, with a device for every price range. From top-of-the-line models like HTC One to a number of budget phones, manufacturers launched a phone for those with deep pockets as well as tight budgets.
Wondering if the phone you have waited for could be one of these? Read about all the 8 smartphones launched this week…
Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas. It traps heat from the sun and prevents it escaping from the atmosphere. It makes the Earth a warmer place. In 2007 the US Supreme Court ruled that carbon dioxide was a pollutant and so the EPA had the right to regulate its emission from new cars.
Facebook is the most used social networking website in the world. It has many benefits but there are many disadvantages of Facebook, too. These include:
1) Account Intrusion
It is no surprise that Facebook is vulnerable to attacks, and several hackers actively alter people’s profile information, on daily basis. There are hundreds of examples of this. Many Facebook and ex-Facebook users can tell you that they noticed change in their profile information while they were not logged in.
Also, lots of pictures are uploaded on Facebook every day. Yes, Facebook does check every upload for viruses but remember Facebook or any other website can’t check for all kind of viruses, particularly those which are recently released. On opening those virus-attached pics, you create danger to your data and your computer.
Many hackers have similar websites to Facebook. They continuously send emails to people asking to log in to their account to check new photos of
their friends, or similar message. When the user opens the website, it looks 100% facebook, then he enters his user id and password, not knowing that his account details is being stolen by a hacker.
3) Waste Of Life!
One of the biggest Facebook disadvantages is that it addictive or can become addictive easily. Once you get connected with your facebook friends you will realize how frequently you open Facebook and also spend so much time in commenting, viewing other’s pictures, playing games or doing other stuff. Many people know drawbacks of using Facebook but can’t stop using it.
Many people use Facebook day and night without thinking how much time they have wasted on it, and that they could have done more important work during that time
4) Ruining the Professional Life
If you are applying for a new job, you know your chances of getting that job may be so much reduced because of your social networking website profile page? Often employs search for applicants’s social networking website’s profile page to know more about you. Maybe you have put some humorous pics in your profile or maybe you have entered wrong information (maybe just for fun) in your profile. Your employer will be shocked to see all that and you will not be given the job offer.
5) Can’t Keep Things Personal
You obviously not want your personal information exposed to every friend of yours. On Facebook your personal life updates come to the notice of all your friends, and so your privacy is compromised.
These were the disadvantages of using Facebook. So what are you thinking now, will you still use Facebook?