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TCL Breeva Smart Air Purifier Keeps Fresh and Healthy Air in The Room

Carbohydrate Availability, Energy Balance, and Exercise. Podcast with Dr. Javier Gonzalez.

Why is losing weight – and keeping weight off – such a puzzle? Granted, obesity is a complex and multifactorial problem at the population level. But at an individual level, the root cause seems to be quite simple: it is chronic positive energy balance.  Simple, perhaps, but not easy. We now know that alterations in energy intake or energy expenditure can activate ancient feedback mechanisms that have evolved to preserve energy balance. And unfortunately for us, this system doesn’t seem to be biased toward supporting our beach body goals. Instead, it is adapted for survival. This is one reason why, for example, exercise interventions usually do not result in as much weight loss as would be predicted based on the projected energy expenditure produced by the activity. Changes in hormones like leptin, elicited by the energy deficit, cause hunger to ramp up. Consequently, studies have shown that many people who participate in structured exercise interventions wind up eating more foo

crossconnectmag: Al Boardman:  Controlled Chaos Al Boardman was...

crossconnectmag : Al Boardman:  Controlled Chaos Al Boardman was originally from Liverpool and now resides in WInchester with his wife and two children where he works as a freelance Motion Designer.  According to Al  ‘I didn’t do well at school and didn’t especially enjoy my time there either’ but he did manage to become a completely self taught and highly accomplished motion designer  He originally started making gifs as a way of sharing work in progress for projects but this grew into a passion for the form in which he experimented with new techniques and forms of expression that he said was ‘ heavily influenced by the GIF-art movement that appeared to center around Tumblr.’  Al Boardman creates beautiful chaotic-seeming and yet controlled animations in which lots of bits, separately moving, somehow are part of a whole that gels together for a moment - and then flies apart again. Posted by David More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Facebook || Instagram

crossconnectmag: Al Boardman:  Controlled Chaos Al Boardman was... crss

crossconnectmag : Al Boardman:  Controlled Chaos Al Boardman was originally from Liverpool and now resides in WInchester with his wife and two children where he works as a freelance Motion Designer.  According to Al  ‘I didn’t do well at school and didn’t especially enjoy my time there either’ but he did manage to become a completely self taught and highly accomplished motion designer  He originally started making gifs as a way of sharing work in progress for projects but this grew into a passion for the form in which he experimented with new techniques and forms of expression that he said was ‘ heavily influenced by the GIF-art movement that appeared to center around Tumblr.’  Al Boardman creates beautiful chaotic-seeming and yet controlled animations in which lots of bits, separately moving, somehow are part of a whole that gels together for a moment - and then flies apart again. Posted by David More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Facebook || Instagram

crossconnectmag: Architectural Embroidery by Le Kadre Behind Le... crss

crossconnectmag : Architectural Embroidery by Le Kadre Behind Le Kadre are the French-Swedish textile artists  Charles Henry and Elin Petronella . The couple creates charming embroidery designs inspired by architecture. For us, to create art is not only a vocation but a lifestyle. Our goal is to continue our exploration of embroidery as a modern art form and to expand our creations to the larger art-scene with exhibitions. We also want to continue to provide hands-on workshops, where we engage with the communities around us and teach the power of the handmade. In the long run, we also aim to create more extensive programs of creativity and well-being.  Our Facebook . Note: The page is addictive! posted by tu recepcja   via crss

crossconnectmag: Architectural Embroidery by Le Kadre Behind Le...

crossconnectmag : Architectural Embroidery by Le Kadre Behind Le Kadre are the French-Swedish textile artists  Charles Henry and Elin Petronella . The couple creates charming embroidery designs inspired by architecture. For us, to create art is not only a vocation but a lifestyle. Our goal is to continue our exploration of embroidery as a modern art form and to expand our creations to the larger art-scene with exhibitions. We also want to continue to provide hands-on workshops, where we engage with the communities around us and teach the power of the handmade. In the long run, we also aim to create more extensive programs of creativity and well-being.  Our Facebook . Note: The page is addictive! posted by tu recepcja   via