80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

Carmen Dell’Orefays hit the Guinness Book of Records as the podium model with the longest career. She was 80 years old, and she still goes to the podium. Dell’Orefays Carmen defile on the podium in the year 2000, taking part in a fashion show by John Galliano for Christian Dior.

Carmen Dell’Orefays born in 1931 in New York. Her fate is remarkable that started her modeling career very young girl, Carmen is still workingHayden Panettiere Actress fan jumped on stage naked straight during the ceremony MTV Europe Music Awards.  

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

80 Years Old Super Model Carmen Dell Orefays

the top 10 intelligent animals

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01. Grey parrot is considered to be a very intelligent bird. This kind of parrot is striking in its intelligence and loyalty. Thus, the parrot, Alex, who is engaged to an American scientist Irene Papperberg the University of Arizona, distinguishes 50 different objects. And fluent and able to logically explain the distinction between different objects. 09 more after the break...

02. Pig has an excellent memory, and intuition, they respond his name and understand the value of some other words. They have a complex social structure, and they better decide on thinking tests than some primates.

03. Elephants are very intelligent and emotional creatures. They grieve for the dead relatives and sometimes can recognize them on the tusk and skull. They lie for days in the dead relatives, until they begin to decompose.

04. Sea lions also are animals who can think logically. Seven-year sea lion Rio proved the existence of logical thinking by means of special tests, which determined that if a = b and b = c, then a = c.

05. Chimpanzees are well known for its ability to think. Recently it became known that they even plan their future, in advance considering their next steps.

06. The dog has long been considered man's best friend and a very intelligent animal. Dogs can learn up to 300 words, his mind is compared with the mind year-old child. (Dave-F)

07. Crows have the largest brain size among birds. They know how to think, learn and feel emotions. They are very resourceful and can even pick the right tool to perform a particular operation.

08. According to scientists, African baboons in terms of behavior similar to a person. They have complex social systems, they may experience stress and are able to think abstractly. (Chi King)

09. Ants have been very crafty creatures. They gather in huge groups and take to their smaller population to make them slaves. They also know how to navigate by the sun. (Brian.gratwicke)

10. Dolphins are one of the few animals on earth who can recognize themselves in the mirror. They know who their mother, the leader of their group and relate differently to their relatives.

Top 10 food myths – Busted!

Top 10 food myths – Busted!

Food myths are like UFOs, you always hear about them but nobody really knows whether there is any truth to them!
There is no shortage of food myths floating around on the web. We got an experts’ view on the most common food myths we could find! Have more? Ask us!

Top 10 food myths – Busted!

Myth #1: Drinking water in between your meals will mess up your digestion

This one been passed down from generations. While drinking water will fill you up, it certainly will not damage your digestive process. Heck! It might even do your system a world of good. So keep that glass nearby and ensure you are drinking enough through the day.

Myth #2: Having fruits immediately after a meal is not good for you 

Surprise surprise! There is actually some truth to it. Experts say having fruits immediately after a meal may cause digestive problems like gas and acidity. Fruits also hamper with the digestion of certain nutrients which is why it’s advisable to wait an hour before reaching for that fruit bowl after a heavy meal.

Myth #3: Papaya should be avoided during pregnancies

This one is extremely common in India. While raw papaya or even a semi ripe one has been known to trigger uterine contractions, a completely ripe papaya is rich in vitamins and minerals which are actually beneficial for pregnant women. However, if you are pregnant, check with your doctor before including papaya in your diet.

Myth #4:The skin of an apple contains no nutrients 

This, by far has to be the most ludicrous one! The apple peel in fact, is known to have a higher concentration of antioxidants than the flesh! So bite into that crunchy and fresh apple without giving it a second thought. Read more about why apples are so nutritious here.

Myth #5:Eating after 7 pm will make you fat

Experts say that its not when you eat that can make you fat. What you eat and the amount of calories you consume makes you fat. The only thing late night eating does is promote unhealthy snacking and hamper with your sleeping pattern. Click here to read more about healthy midnight snacks.

Myth #6:Having milk immediately after eating fish 

Some believe that the combination makes you sick while some believe it makes spots appear on your skin. Rest assured, there is no scientific reason why you cannot have milk and fish together. In fact, there are many wonderful and healthy recipes around which combine the goodness of fish and milk.

Myth #7: You should not swim/shower immediately after a meal

The myth says that blood flows to your stomach during digestion, reducing blood flow to other muscles which may lead to cramps and drowning. Experts maintain that it’s not just swimming which makes you feel uncomfortable, any intense work out immediately after eating may induce vomiting and cramps. So if you’re out for a leisurely dip after a me

Myth #8: Having chocolate causes acne

Again, a myth which is so common that most teenagers and their parents believe it! There has been no conclusive scientific to prove this claim. Experts maintain that different foods may cause your skin to breakout into pimples and for some people that food just may be chocolate. Read our tips to help soothe acne prone skin.

Myth #9: Having kesar (saffron) during pregnancy makes your baby fair

Even though milk and saffron is good for you, it’s not going to help your baby become fairer. The skin colour of the baby depends solely on the parents genes.

Myth #10: If you swallow a chewing gum, it stays in your stomach for seven years before it gets digested 

While it is true that your body cannot digest a chewing gum, it certainly does not take seven years to pass through your body! It goes through your system, intact and is excreted quite normally. A word of caution though, if you’re going to swallow large amounts of chewing gum, it may result in intestinal blockage.

2 common sweeteners in diets differ in their effects on body

2 common sweeteners in diets differ in their effects on body

High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and table sugar (sucrose), which are thought to have nearly identical effects on the body, actually have slight differences between them, researchers say.
With growing concern that excessive levels of fructose may pose a great health risk - causing high blood pressure, kidney disease and diabetes - researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, along with their colleagues at the University of Florida, set out to see if two common sweeteners in western diets differ in their effects on the body in the first few hours after ingestion.
The study took a closer look at high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and table sugar (sucrose) and was led by Dr MyPhuong Le (now a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Colorado) and Dr Julie Johnson, a Professor of Pharmacogenomics at the University of Florida.
The study revealed that indeed there is a difference between the two. They found that the makeup of the sugars resulted in differences in how much fructose was absorbed into the circulation, and which could have potential impact on one's health.
Sucrose is 50 percent fructose and 50 percent glucose that is bonded together as a disaccharide (complex carbohydrate) and HFCS is a mixture of free fructose (55 percent) and free glucose (45 percent). It's the difference in fructose amount that appears to create the ill health effects on the body.
Their study was conducted at the University of Florida, where they evaluated 40 men and women who were given 24 ounces of HFCS- or sugar-sweetened soft drinks.
Careful measurements showed that the HFCS sweetened soft drinks resulted in significantly higher fructose levels than the sugar-sweetened drinks. Fructose is also known to increase uric acid levels that have been implicated in blood pressure, and the HFCS-sweetened drinks also resulted in a higher uric acid level and a 3 mm Hg greater rise in systolic blood pressure.
"Although both sweeteners are often considered the same in terms of their biological effects, this study demonstrates that there are subtle differences," Dr Richard Johnson, a coauthor in the study and Chief of the Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension at the University of Colorado, said.
"Soft drinks containing HFCS result in slightly higher blood levels of fructose than sucrose-sweetened drinks.
"The next step is for new studies to address whether the long-term effects of these two sweeteners are different," Dr Johnson added.

Tips For Your Heart

Tips For Your Heart

1. Drink eight glasses of water a day.

2. Include two vegetables and one fruit in every meal.

3. Begin each meal with a raw vegetable salad.

4. Make a light snack of assorted sprouts.

5. Start the day with a glass of warm water and a dash of lime..

6. Use only fresh vegetables.

7. Once a week have only fresh fruits until noon, make lunch the first meal of the day.

8. Eat only freshly cooked meals, not refrigerated leftovers.

9. Include one green vegetable and one yellow vegetable in every meal.

10. Go on a juice fast for a day. Start with vegetable juice, and sip fruit for lunch and dinner..

11. Kick the old coffee habit. Have a glass of fresh fruit juice instead.

12. Cut out all deep-fried foods from your diet.

13. Cut down on high sugar products like soft drinks, ice-cream, candy and cookies in your diet.

14. Never skip a meal, even if you're on a diet. Eat a fresh fruit or have vegetable juice instead.

15. Avoid beverages like soda, coffee, colas and so on.

16. Include high fiber foods and plenty of fruits, vegetables and grains in planning your diet.

17. Use salt in moderation

18. Wash vegetables thoroughly in clean water before chopping.

19. Stream or boil vegetables (rather than fry or saute).

20. Retain peels of potato, cucumber, carrot and tomato while cooking.

21. Do take a moment off to mentally list out the nutritional value of the food you're about to eat.

22. Don't rush through your meals. Set aside enough time to appreciate, enjoy and digest your food.

23. Make every meal an enjoyable experience. Set dishes out attractively and chew slowly to appreciate the full flavor of the foods you eat.

24. Choose to be radiantly healthy. Keep yourself informed about the nutritive value of every food you buy.

25. Shop for groceries yourself. Notice the look, feel and smell of fresh fruit and vegetables and enjoy their intrinsic goodness.

26. Watch out for eating habits paired with emotional states, like reaching for a chocolate when youre depressed. Resist the urge and eat fruit instead.

27. Eat popcorn (rather than chips) while watching a movie.

28. Sit at the table at meal times. Don't read the paper or review bills while eating.

29. Make it a point to have dinner with the entire family at the table, and not in front of the TV.

30. Eat just to the point of the fullness. Don't stuff yourself!

31. Stop smoking.

32. Restrict alcohol consumption.

33. Get a good night's sleep, every night.

34. Enroll today in an exercise programme.

35. Take a brisk, 20 minute invigorating walk each morning.

36. Spend 10 minutes every morning and evening doing basic stretches.

37. Do not use elevators when you can climb the stairs.

38. Enroll in a TM programme today.

39. Focus on your breathing. Take a deep breath, then exhale slowly. Repeat a couple of times a day.

40. Learn to relax. Spend 20 minutes consciously relaxing each muscle of your body. . Spend 20 minutes a day in silent meditation, prayer or contemplation.

42. Learn the healing power of laughter. Watch a crazy movie, recall a joke or read a funny book and
laugh out loud.

43. Tap the powers of your sub-conscious. Relax your body for 20 minutes and project the Perfect You're on your mind screen.

44. Balance your lifestyle. Devote equal time each week to work and fun.

45. Join kids in a sports activity and rediscover the joys of childhood.

46.. Do keep in touch with friends. Call up or visit them and be at peace with the world.

47. Enroll in an activity (like dancing, swimming or roller skating...) you never indulged in because you were afraid of what people might say.

48. Forgive someone who you think has done you wrong and cleanse your spirit of rancor.

49. Do a nice turn to someone you don't know too well, but who could do with a friend.

50. Spend a quiet half-hour chatting with your family.

51. Listen to soothing music for 15 minutes at least each day.

52. Read a great book once a week.

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