Dr. Oz's 99 Healthiest Foods - how many are in your shopping cart?

Posted by Dr. Oz via MSN Lifestyle

on Sunday, 15 September 2013 05:01

Budget Bonus: Shop for produce on a Tuesday or Wednesday, when it is more likely to have just arrived, instead of waiting until the weekend. Most markets receive deliveries during the week, and fruits and veggies that have just made it to the store means they be more likely to stay fresher longer (and get eaten, not wasted) at home. And if you can, buy local apples at your farmer's market in the spring, summer, and fall to cut costs and improve their nutritional value, recommends Palinski. "Local fruits and vegetables are picked and sold immediately, helping them retain their nutrient level."

.....98 more Healthy foods can be read about & viewed HERE



Belly Melt Diet: Cut 50 Calories from Every Meal

Posted by Fitbie.com

on Friday, 09 August 2013 19:08

Losing weight isn't about changing your life overnight. It's about small changes that add up

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Discover how to lose up to 8 pounds in 3 days with the Belly Melt Diet HERE.




The 50 Sexiest Cars Of The Past 100 Years

Posted by Alex Davies - Business Insider

on Friday, 02 August 2013 11:34

45-before-the-sports-car-became-a-true-art-form-in-the-1960s-there-was-the-1951-jaguar-c-type-the-two-seater-was-made-for-racing-and-peter-walker-and-peter-whitehead-drove-one-to-victory-at-the-24-hours-of-le-mans-in-1951Cars may be machines, but they can still be incredibly sexy.

Curving lines, powerful engines, and outrageous luxury can draw people in just as much as a pretty face.

That's why we've assembled this list of the 50 sexiest cars of the past century.

We've got American muscle, Italian speed, and British luxury. We even have Swedish power.

Some of these cars were lemons, some were total flops. Others were wildly successful and are still on the market today. But every last one is packed with sex appeal.

....read & view more HERE



Summer Reading Top 10 & The 15 Louvre Masterpieces

Posted by Business Insider

on Wednesday, 17 July 2013 15:44

The 10 Best Books Of The Year (So Far), According To Amazon.

These are the Best Books of 2013 released between January and June 2013.

“Customers looking for great summer reads will find an eclectic selection on the list this year, from the very best fiction to compelling memoirs to excellent young adult novels,” Sara Nelson, Editorial Director for Books and Kindle, Amazon.com, said. “Our #1 pick, Life after Life, is clever but never gimmicky—which is amazing when you consider that the story of the heroine’s life begins, ends and then begins again, multiple times. We think this book is an extraordinary feat of narrative ambition, an audacious genre-bender and a work of literary genius.”

Here are the Top 10;

1. Life After Life by Kate Atkinson: What if you could be born again and again? This brilliant, multi-layered novel answers that question as Atkinson’s protagonist moves through multiple lives, each one an iteration on the last, flirting with the balance between choice and fate.

2. The Son by Philipp Meyer: A multigenerational Western spanning the 1800s Comanche raids in Texas to the 20th century oil boom, The Son is a towering achievement.

.....read 2 - 10 HERE

The 15 Greatest Masterpieces At The Louvre

"Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci (1503-1506). "The most famous painting in the world, Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa (aka La Gioconda or La Joconde) with her mysterious smile and cutting-edge illusionism for the early 1500s. This masterpiece has been on display at the Louvre since 1797. Millions make the pilgrimage to Paris to see the real thing each year."

Click HERE to see Mona or on Mona to see the next of the 15.....

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The Visual History of the Iconic Bikini

Posted by Megan Willett

on Wednesday, 10 July 2013 20:01

The bikini has come a long way over the past 67 years.

On this date in 1946, French fashion designer Louis Réard hired a nude dancer to sport his two-piece creation after the runway models he approached refused to wear it.

He called it the Bikini after the nuclear testing site Bikini Atoll because he believed it had the power to shock the public just as much as a nuclear bomb.

Since then, the bikini has been immortalized in song, provoked controversies from morality to skin cancer, and is now a beach staple around the world.

One thing's for certain: The teenie weenie suit is here to stay.

It's believed that the Greco-Roman world had bikinis due to statues and mosaics discovered in Sicily that date to 286-305 AD. The images show women playing sports in two-piece outfits.


Bathing suits for women slowly came into vogue during the early 20th century.

......pictured: The evolution of the bikini HERE




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