Celebrity Gives Helpful Healthy Eating Tips

Following a healthy diet can be a significant challenge for many people. While most people are well aware that a healthy diet is crucial for when it comes to leading a healthy lifestyle, following the diet on a daily basis is difficult. While following a healthy diet is tough at times, a recent interview with Khloe Kardashian (http://www.celebuzz.com/2016-08-25/khloe-kardashian-diet-food-healthy-eating-tips/) provides people with tips from a person that has proven that anyone can lose weight by following a healthy diet.

 

Khloe Kardashian’s tips seemed to center around making smarter decisions when eating out or preparing food. One tip that she gave came to many people’s favorite breakfast snack, a bagel with cream cheese. While a bagel and cream cheese can seem innocent enough, it can easily have over 500 calories and provide basically no beneficial vitamins. A smarter option would be to have a whole wealth English muffin, which has half the calories of a bagel. Instead of cream cheese, it could be topped with almond butter or hummus, both of which are healthier than cream cheese.

 

Another tip that she provided centered on most people’s guilt pleasures, sweet and desert. While you may crave having ice cream or frozen yogurt, you could have a much better snack by simply having a frozen banana covered in dark chocolate. This tends to have less than half the calories, sugar, and fat while it will still provide you with the sugar necessary to stop your cravings.

 

While most of her tips have centered on making swaps, there are some foods that she has stopped eating altogether. Kardashian has stated that she will no longer eat red meat or potatoes, due to the high levels of carbs, fat, and unnecessary calories. Instead, she will try to eat more vegetables and lean meats, which are much better for your waistline. Some of the foods that she eats instead are more mashed vegetables, such as squash or zucchini, and kale chips that can be a great substitute for potato chips.

Jason Hope Makes Donations To SENS To Help Eliminate Age-Related Illness

Helping people comes naturally to a business genius like Jason Hope. He is business consultant from the Arizona area that really understands what it means to give back to people. Successful people truly understand this point and they know that they are required to help others; especially after they have been blessed to have so much success.

Jason hope has recently donated a whopping $500,000 to SENS which is a research organization that is trying to find a way to stop (or reduce) age-related diseases. His donation to this type of work is very important because hope wants people to be healthy and to live as long as they can.

Jason Hope is not unrealistic in regards to the aging process. He knows that people are going to get old but that does not mean they have to live as feeble and broken down people in the latter stages of life. He truly wants people to improve their physical and health condition while they are in their old age.

Hope is a business consultant and technology genius who makes his living as a business tech consultant for major companies. He makes on-point predictions about the future of technology and how it will impact the business world. The W. P. Carey School of Business and the University of Arizona has helped hoped to develop his skills as an astute businessman.

The SENS foundation knows that Hope’s contribution to their cause really helps their program to live up to its potential. Money is critical to research and with investors like Hope funding projects, people can expect big things to happen.

SENS and Jason Hope has been partners for years in the fight against age-related conditions. Their teamwork should produce positive results that people can use to enhance their lives as they grow older.

Learn more about Jason Hope: http://jasonhope.com/grants/

As national real estate sales decrease, Ohio is having the best year-Tammy Mazzocco

The year that was just concluded was one of the most tumultuous for the American economy. In addition to the fact that the market has been bearish for a while, there was the Brexit vote, and then the election. One of the sectors that seem to have suffered the most as a result of the ups and downs is the real estate sector. Nationally, the sales declined and the cost of property went down. However, as the rest of the country suffered a decline, the state of Ohio had one of its best years since 2005. The reports from the state indicate that their sales grew by 7.5 percent compared to the same period of time the year before. As a matter of fact, in places such as North East Ohio, the rates went up by 8 percent.

One of the renowned realtors in Cincinatti, Pete Kopf stated that the sales which had been experienced in the area were record breaking. He noted that unlike the nationwide trend, the cost of housing in Ohio had also gone up by 4.5 percentage points this year. The rest of the country had a mean cost of property of about $200000 which was much lower than Ohio’s.

About Tammy Mazzocco

Tammy Mazzocco is one of the oldest Real Estate agents in Ohio State. According to ideamensch.com, she started his career in real estate by working as a secretary for Edwards Real Estate Company. Sh decided to study and do the needed tests to become a real estate agent and within a short time, he had qualified. The first firm that he worked for was Judy Gang and Associates, in 2000 after finishing his exams a year before. She has been selling property in Delaware, Franklin and a few of the remote counties in Central Ohio. Hard work is the reason he is successful in his trade.

For more information, check out Tammy Mazzocco’s trulia.com agent profile.

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Yanni Hufnagel, One of the Hottest Young Coaches Around

When you see a coach doing extremely well in his early 30s, there is little or no doubt the fellow will excel in his chosen profession. This explains the person of Yanni Hufnagel. Right from his growing days in Scarsdale and high school, it was obvious he was cut out for basketball, so his exploits in the game afterward are no flukes; they are tips of the ice-bag; more accomplished will soon star everybody in the face.

 

His coaching experience could be traced to his time as graduate assistant coach in Oklahoma between 2007 and 2009. He moved to Harvard as assistant coach and was a monumental success. In the four seasons he spent, Harvard won the Ivy League for the very first time, and he was the brain behind a couch-surfing basketball revelation called Jeremy Lin. After leaving Harvard, he spent time in Vanderbilt, California and Nevada as assistant coach with undisputable success in each of these places

 

You only need to sit at a meal with Hafnagel to figure out why he is outstanding. Basically, an assistant coach is a recruiter, someone who can network with coaches, a individual fluent in the art of high-school text messaging, and one who would not mind being in a sticky gym all day. Hafnagel meets all the requirements.

 

When describing the two things that make Hafnagel one of the best recruiters in the game of basketball, Capel, a one time assistant coach at Duke, summed it up with these words: “There are sometimes kids you don’t recruit because you automatically assume they won’t have any interest. Yanni doesn’t think that way. He’s not afraid to hear no.” In pointing out the second attributes, Capel said “he’s a great salesman.” Capel is not the only admirer, ESPN analyst Seth Greenberg had this to say: “It’s hard not to like Yanni Hufnagel.”

 

Hafnagel has proven time and time again that he is one of the best and capable of handling any team anywhere.

The Leading Neurologist Dr. Shiva Vasishta and the Recent Advancement in the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

Recent clinical research points out to a possible cause of multiple sclerosis (MS), which is an autoimmune disease which affects the central nervous system of the patient. The stem cell transplantation treatment, which also includes high-dose immunosuppressive therapy, might be a contributing factor for the development of sclerosis. Moreover, clinical trials have proven that 69% of the patients did not complain regarding any disability or relapse of multiple sclerosis after receiving autologous hematopoietic cell transplant (HCIT/HDT) and high-dose immunosuppressive therapy. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) conducted these medical trials called HALT-MS, which were managed by Immune Tolerance Network (ITN). For this study, 24 people volunteered between the ages of 24 and 56, who were suffering from remitting-relapsing MS. The patients received a high dose of chemotherapy in order to deplete the immune system, and let the stem cells strengthen the immune system on their own. Moreover, during HALT-MS, many patients faced side effects of the HCIT/HDT, such as infections, and even after five years, many trial patients did not show any signs of relapse of MS or disability. It is possible that this treatment would be used at large scale if the HDIT/HCT procedure produces some successful results. The NIAID is an organization striving to find treatments for infections and immune-mediated diseases.

 

Specializing in Neurology and Psychiatry, Dr. Shiva Vasishta is a leading neurologist based in New Jersey. He is associated with the Kennedy Health System Cherry Hill Campus. Dr. Shiva Vasishta is licensed to work as a neurologist in Voorhees, New Jersey and is also affiliated with the Medicare program called “Psychiatry & Neurology – Neurology.” He has been certified by the board for practicing Neurology. Dr. Shiva Vasishta can work with different insurance plans like Medicare, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Aetna.

 

Dr. Shiva Vasishta went to the Government Medical College in 1979 and completed the residency at the Boston City Hospital. Since then, he has been working as a medical expert in neurology for as long as forty years. Currently, Vasishta is currently appointed at the Eastern Neurodiagnostic Associates, where he treats patients for their neurological diseases.

Newest Dating App Creator is One 30 Most Important People Under 30

Whitney Wolfe had released the app, Bumble, to the world in December 2014. Bumble is a location-based app for dating. In heterosexual relationships, the woman is the one who is allowed to initiate the conversation. In homosexual relationships, either party can initiate the conversation first. Whoever has the free match, that person has only 24 hours to respond to the match or it’ll go away.

Bumble’s history began when Whitney Wolfe, who co-founded Tinder in 2012, left the organization two years later because of sexual discrimination. Wolfe decides to go off on her own. Bumble utilizes a person’s Facebook profile to get pictures and a profile from the prospective client. In 2016, Wolfe created a Bumble app to find platonic friends in which people can change the mode to BFF and get matched up with members of the same sex. There’s also a Bumble Boost that’s a paid service. It’s safer than most dating services because Bumble Screens the clients. The app is more convenient, and has a more relaxed way of getting to know someone better. There are more people to connect to.

Whitney Wolfe was the co-founder of the dating app Tinder. She was born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1990 to a property developer named Michael Wolfe and his wife, Kelly. She graduated from Southern Methodist University with a bachelor’s degree in International Studies. As a college student, Wolfe started a business producing bamboo tote bags for the benefit of people who were victims of the BP oil spill.

After college, Whitney Wolfe was employed at Hatch Labs where she was part of a startup lab called Cardiff headed by Sean Rad. It was a business that helped people get into startup businesses. Soon, the idea was abandoned when Wolfe joined Rad to create the Tinder company. Because of Bumble app, Whitney Wolfe was named one Business Insider‘s 30 Most Important People Under the Age of 30. In 2014, she was named by Elle Magazine, one of the most successful women in Tech. Wolfe owes her success to leaving Tinder and taking Andrey Andreev’s,of Badoo, suggestion to create Bumble.

New Superfoods for 2017

Is it just us or is kale getting a little…stale? Not that we want to give it up entirely, but we do want to mix it up from time to time. Well, luckily it looks like the new year is going to bring some popular new superfoods with it, and we can’t wait to “get our health on” with these three tasty treats.

 

 

Chaga Mushrooms

 

This mushroom, that typically grows on North American birch trees, has been dubbed the “King of Medicinal Mushrooms.” It’s hard to disagree-chaga mushrooms have a unique flavor (well-suited to mix with black or herbal teas), and a ton of health benefits, including hypertension relief an immune system boost. Pre-packaged teas are still rather expensive, but you can find dried chaga mushrooms cheaper in bulk.

 

 

Nut Oils

 

By now, you’re probably well aware of the various kinds of nut butter, but cold-pressed nut oils are set to become a new superfood trend. Depending on the oil you choose, the nutrients may vary slightly, but nearly all provide much needed Omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin E, and they’re unsaturated fats, to boot. The varieties seem endless: cashews, almonds, hazlenuts–they all produce flavorful oils that work great in salad dressings, drizzled on roasted vegetables, and countless other ways.

 

 

Watermelon Seeds

 

Forget the childhood myths you might have heard about watermelon seeds being bad for you; the opposite is true. Although seedless watermelons are easier to eat, it turns out that the white and black seeds provide an excellent source of amino acids, healthy fats, and minerals like magnesium, zinc, and iron. Look for these seeds in health-food bars and smoothies, because we’re expecting it to become a popular alternative to the now-ubiquitous chia seed.

 

 

 

Dr. Scott Rocklage a Full Life in Pharmaceuticals

In the field of health care, Scott Rocklage has 20 years’ experience and credibility. He has been involved in the approval of three applications made by FDA for new drugs and has entered six drug candidates into clinical trials. He became the Managing Partner of 5M Ventures in 2004, but it was in 2003 that saw him join the company. He has served in other companies such as Cubist Pharmaceuticals where he held the chairmanship position, in Nycomed Interventional as CEO and Chairman and in Salutar and Catalytica he was in R&D. Positions he is still maintaining is the chair of the board at Achaogen, Relypsa, and Semprus.

Rocklage received his B.S. in the field of chemistry from California University, Berkeley and got his Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he had specialized in chemistry. He got the best support while undertaking his Ph.D. as his supervisor was the Noble Prize winner in Chemistry, Professor Richard R. Schrock.

Scott contributes to different organizations and political agendas. His first contribution to the Federal Political contribution was in 2002 for $ 500 and the most recent contribution being a $500 made in 2012, but in total his contributions amount to $ 3,900.
Scott Rocklage understands well the need to give back to the community and recently together with his wife contributed $ 250,000 to help with the renovation of nanochemistry and nanotechnology lab space. He worked hard to gain acceptance in the then-nascent Richard R. Schrock research group and was able to be part of a fun, dedicated group. There was a lot of competition in MIT for projects, glove-box time thus created quite the volatile atmosphere. Thus the best performance was brought out by each student and Scott is still making strides in his career using the same spirit. His contribution to the department was no struggle as he knew MIT gave him a solid foundation for his professional life and career and he was just saying thank in a loud way.

Making partner in 5M Venture is a great achievement, 5M Ventures is a company specializing in startup companies. Its focus is mostly the media for equity, in that it buys a stake in companies as a way to grow capital transactions with a hope of getting space for advertisement. The company headquarters is Paris France and focuses on investing in businesses to customer sector companies. This is a company with a team of professionals as well as investors that have a passion for building a market leader. The company invests in the education sector, the internet and mobile sector to deal with any difficulties a customer faces. Talk of professionals and you will understand why Scott Rocklage made partner.

Nutrition Experts Reflect On the New Guidelines

US Department of Health and Human Services in tasked with offering nutrition advice and guidelines to millions of Americans. The organization must update these guidelines after every five years. In a recent attempt, a committee of top nutrition experts added eggs, coffee and many others as good foods and removed some.

 

Critics for once have agreed that the committee, which is tasked with advising the government on nutrition, came up with a brutally honest and straightforward finding based on good research. According to the experts, the committee’s shift from focusing on nutrients to focusing on foods is a good move because a good combination of the recommended foods is just enough as the nutrients will sort themselves out. They say that focusing more on nutrients only gives birth to bad eating habits.

 

Another recommendation by the committee that caught the eye of many is that cholesterol is no longer a concern in food overconsumption. The committee says that there is no correlation between dietary cholesterol and the cholesterol levels in the blood. Experts agree that there is no big deal with the cholesterol report. As long people are willing to follow the instructions laid out in the report, they will be taking in less cholesterol.

 

For the first time, the committee put into consideration the effects of diet on the environment, which is much to the delight of environmentalists. The committee encouraged people to eat less red meat and adopt a plant-based diet. Experts applauded the recommendation saying that it is time people started acknowledging the linkage between humanity and nature. People are also advised against taking processed sugar. Sugary products should not comprise more that 10% of a person’s daily intake of calories. Apparently, the recommendations echo what the World Health Organization has been preaching for many years.

 

The research on the link between foods and mental health also emerged in the report, and many nutrition experts are proud of it. According to the report, omega-3 fatty acids found in fish are good source of complementary therapy for depression. The committee also recommended a diet full of vegetables and fruits since it lowers the risks for Alzheimer’s disease. Though the committee didn’t formulate policies on foods and mental health citing less research, experts are happy that it captured it in the report.

 

Eating Healthy Hacks You Can Do At Home

 

Eating healthy is sometimes considered a chore, but there are ways to simplify your way to nutritional eating. Bloggers on the food network have many healthy and cost saving ideas at foodnetwork.com/healthyeats/ Here are some of our favorites to get you started:

 

 

  1. Cold soups versus warm: If you have a blender, you can whip up a chilled soup in no time. You can use such nutrients as fruits and vegetables that your family will love cold. Use fruit juices to thin your soups and add vegetables that your children usually don’t try.

 

 

  1. Trade dairy for bananas! You can blend bananas into the same consistency as your favorite ice cream with much less sugar and calories. You can also add cocoa powder or fruit to make different flavors.

 

  1. Healthy cappuchinos at home! You can make your refreshing frozen coffee drinks at half the cost and sugar. Choose almond or soy milk and add cinnamon or other healthy alternatives to sugar.

 

  1. Hummus versus mayo! Use hummus to replace eggs or mayonnaise in your salads. Hummus has many more nutrients and will make your salad smooth and delicious.

 

 

 

  1. Slow cooker to the rescue: Use your slow cooker to slowly prepare meats while you work. Make your own healthier version of bbq or tacos by using lean meats, healthy spices, and all natural flavors in your crock pot.

 

  1. Pasta in the microwave saves time. Just cover your fresh pasta with cold water and place in the microwave for about 6 minutes. You will discover soft, perfectly cooked pasta for warm or chilled salads and meals in no time.

 

  1. Iced coffee made at home. Just save your left over coffee in the fridge or pour it into an ice tray to have perfect iced coffee at home. You can use the ice cubes to flavor your day old coffee with no work or fuss.

 

Saving money and eating healthy doesn’t have to be difficult. With just a few shortcuts and substitutions, you can have the entire family eating healthy.