Wednesday, February 22, 2017

How to Lose Pounds Fast in a Week




Humans argue that it's miles impossible to lose as tons as 15 Pounds in a week. One factor to endure in thoughts is that weight reduction applications successes are relative. You can adopt a software that labored wonders for your pals however may not give you the results you want. So it's miles always imperative to find and adopt a software that nice fits you and with the intention to keep you healthful too. You have to remember the fact that the only purpose of each appropriate weight-reduction plan isn't only to help you shed extra pounds alone however also to help you stay healthful as well.

Domestic remedies for weight reduction is a certain success for every one no matter how preceding packages that don't work for you but labored for others. Natural treatments like lowering through at the least 60% of your daily energy intake at some stage in your meals and burning seventy five% more is a very healthy method. Decreasing your calorie consumption does not imply decreasing the quantity of food you consume. You could nevertheless consume the equal amount of food. Starving yourself will most effective lead you to bigger fitness issues like ulcer and it will likely be for your high-quality interest to live off such approach as plenty as you may. You may maintain ingesting and playing your meat but just reduce the fats out and alternative food like burger and steak with whole grain bread.

Consistency is the key to your food regimen application. Stay with the natural techniques of decreasing your weight. Taking a pitcher of water earlier than meal, and taking end result and vegetables in area of junk ingredients will truely assist you reap your desires quicker than you think. Cut down at the starch and sugars as a great deal as viable. Alcohol need to be eliminated just as caffeine should be eliminated. Undertake to walk at the least half-hour as it helps to hold your body fit and healthy. Physical games consisting of running, biking, biking ought to be performed often and continuously. Make certain you've got a specific time of the day that you these physical games (ideally inside the morning) and you'll be amaze on the sort of results you'll get in a totally short time of doing them. Dropping Pounds kilos in per week clearly is not not possible. Exercising often and stability it with a wholesome vitamins and balanced food plan and you may notice the top notch weight loss.

Do you really want to lose weight? There are several methods by which you may easily take off those excess body fat if you really want it to accomplish that.If you need How to lose 15 pounds in 2 weeks programs that work and healthy then I will advise you to take the time to read the review on

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Superstar reporter warns ‘fake news’ panic is censorship trap




NaturalNews) If you want to spot a forged painting, ask an art expert.
And if you want to find out what is “fake news,” ask perhaps the top investigative reporter in journalism.
Sharyl Attkisson spotted the fake news trend long before it became a recent catchphrase.
And she doesn’t portray it, as do many in the mainstream media, as some right-wing conspiracy. In fact, Attkisson told WND she often sees the mainstream media as prime culprits when they push suspect stories.
(Article by Garth Kant, republished from WND.com)
So, what is really behind the mainstream media’s war on fake news?
“I think the anti-fake news movement itself is a campaign for a narrative-driven propaganda campaign that started about September,” reflected Attkisson.
And what’s the purpose of the anti-fake news movement?
“I think there’s an agenda to censor the news as opposed to actually trying to eliminate fake news,” she said.
Attkisson won five Emmy Awards and received an Edward R. Murrow Award for investigative reporting during her stint as the top correspondent for CBS News from 1993 to 2014. Before joining CBS, Attkisson was an anchor and correspondent for CNN from 1990 to 1993.
She is now the anchor of her own Sunday morning national TV news program, “Full Measure,” which focuses on investigative and accountability reporting. The show had it highest ratings ever, last week.
Years ago, Attkisson noticed the emergence of what is now called fake news, only she called such stories by their traditional name: a smear. The reporter began researching the topic in earnest, and the result is her new book, coming out on May 22, titled “The Smear: How Shady Political Operatives Control What You See, What You Think, and How You Vote,” due to be published on May 22, 2017.
WND has quoted Attkisson, widely hailed as an unbiased, scrupulous and dogged investigator, on numerous issues. Her observations on fake news were delivered with the force and precision of an expert karate chop, as befitting her rank of fourth-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
And she was both surgical and blunt in describing the genesis of a fake news story that was widely used against Trump in the 2016 presidential campaign.
“The white nationalist narrative was invented on a certain day and time by certain interests,” asserted Attkisson. “You didn’t hear that narrative initially, very much. There are various narratives you can measure that happened throughout the campaign, and in the book I discuss during what time periods they arose.”
“Roughly,” she continued, “at first it was that Trump was a clown, a carnival act; they were trying to sort of make him out to be silly and not serious. Then, as soon as he became serious, or realized that didn’t work on him, he became dark and dangerous. It completely went from ‘He’s a clown-like figure’ to ‘He’s a dangerous figure.’”
The super-sleuth reporter then described, in detail, how it was a prototypical case of how a left-wing advocacy group could turn its agenda and narrative into “facts” in the mainstream news.
“The white nationalist stuff came up through a pro-Hillary Clinton group run by David Brock (founder of the liberal group Media Matters) called Blue Nation Review. And they wrote like six articles in five days that were all about alt-right, white nationalists, racists, stuff like that.”
Following the interview, Attkisson sent WND the titles of those Blue Nation Review pieces.
“I think show they were pushing out a specific narrative. Prior to this time, there was very little if it. They were on different themes,” she said.
She described how, on Aug. 15, the “collective David Brock propaganda groups begin a theme and meme of Trump and his supporters as ‘white nationalists.’”
“And,” she relayed, “Brock’s Blue Nation Review pummeled Trump in six days with smear articles titled”:
  • “Trump shakes up staff, embraces white nationalism”
  • “Trump’s Purity Test for Immigrants Is More Evidence of His White Nationalist Plans”
  • “Trump Is Seeking a White Nationalist Awakening NOT the White House”
  • “NEW VIDEO: Trump Is Now Leading a White Nationalist ‘Awakening’”
  • “Is Trump’s New ‘America First’ App Designed to Connect White Nationalists?”
  • “Trump Delivers Anti-Black Rant: ‘You’re Living in Poverty, Your Schools Are No Good’”
“I think that (those articles) directed the media coverage,” Attkisson observed. “That sends the message out. Everybody went out with their messaging on the liberal side. The media pick that up because that’s who they listen to; that’s the source that they consult.”
“And suddenly,” she remarked, “that became a running narrative because someone made it so, not because anything particular happened. It was more that someone decided that would be the agenda, and that had some effectiveness.”
Attkisson said her new book details “how shady political operatives control what you see, what you think and how you vote.”
She explained, “I’ve just been intrigued in the last few years about the manipulation I see going on, on the news and online, including social media, whether it’s fake Twitter accounts, fake Facebook accounts, propaganda efforts that are started this way and then picked up by what you might consider secondary news outlets, and then are picked up by the mainstream news.”
The ace reporter said it’s “fascinating to watch that process formalize and to dig into its origins,” especially because, “I was subject to some of that when I was at CBS News, the efforts to try to stop certain stories I was reporting that were controversial, because they want to make the subject matter go away.
“I discovered there was a lot of funding and organization behind some of these efforts. In digging into it, I thought other people would find it fascinating, too. I think people have a sense they are being manipulated in what they see and read many times, but they don’t exactly know the extent to which it is happening. That’s what the book will talk about.”
Read more at: WND.com

Boss takes employees on Caribbean cruise -- all 800 of them!


While the rest of us will shiver through another cold January, more than 800 employees of Iowa's Bertch Cabinets will be cruising the warm waters of the Caribbean.

Story highlights

  • The company's president offered the cruise as an incentive a year ago
(CNN)January in Iowa can be cold and dreary, but employees at a cabinet company are about to get a sunny reprieve from the winter doldrums, all thanks to the boss.
All of the more than 800 employees of Bertch Cabinets in Waterloo will get a free trip to the Caribbean next month. The company announced the trip on its Facebook page.
"We leave January 8," company president Gary Bertch told the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier. "We've got four charter aircraft that will be flying directly to Miami Sunday and staying at a nice five-star hotel. Then on Monday, we'll bus over from the hotel to the port and load up on the ship."
Bertch told his employees the trip was a reward for them after they helped the company meet its goals for the year. He offered the cruise as an incentive a year ago.
"We just tried to get all of our people pumped up a little more to achieve the various goals, both customer-oriented goals and financial goals."
That's a heck of a lot better than getting a $5 gift card and a pat on the back.

States Won by Trump Have Highest 'Obamacare' Enrollment



A record number of people signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act for the coming year, Barack Obama's administration announced Wednesday, with the most people selecting coverage in states that Donald Trump won in November.


Some 6.4 million people signed up by the mid-December deadline — 400,000 more enrollees than the same period last year, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
In a twist, the states with the most people selecting coverage all went for Trump in the presidential election: Florida, with just under 1.3 million selections; Texas, with about 776,000; North Carolina, with 369,077; Georgia, with 352,000; and Pennsylvania, with 290,950.
Those tallies do not include states that created their own digital health insurance exchanges, like New York and California, instead of using the federal government's HealthCare.gov website.
The enrollment numbers include new subscribers (2.05 million) and returning consumers who had to renew their coverage and were not automatically enrolled. The tallies do not yet include automatic enrollments, which will be added to the total later.
HHS Secretary Sylvia Matthews Burwell did not directly attribute the spike to the election of Trump, who has promised to repeal and replace "Obamacare," but noted that more than 30,000 people have called HHS operators "worrying about the future of coverage in the wake of the election."
Speaking to reporters on a conference call, Burwell said officials have been assuring consumers that "Obamacare" remains the law of the land through the 2017 calendar year and that people will be guaranteed coverage at least until then under the existing law.

Cradiet : http://abcnews.go.com