Melissa Bolona Tells Us About Beauty and the Broth and Its Benefits

first_imgMelissa Bolona Tells Us How Beauty and the Broth Bone Broth Helps With Gut Health Shiny Hair and Glowing SkinMelissa Bolona Andrew MacPhersonGlow from the inside out! After spending many years in front of the camera and dealing with an array of digestive issues, Acts of Violence and Hurricane Heist actress Melissa Boloña was on the hunt for a product that could help improve her gut health — and what she discovered was so much more.“Growing up, I always had digestive and stomach issues, and as I got older I got into a big wellness rut,” she tells Us Weekly exclusively. Instead of sulking, the model researched various products and ultimately was introduced to bone broth and its benefits while on a trip to New York with her sister.- Advertisement – Other than her stomach woes improving, Boloña began seeing benefits in her hair, skin, nails and even energy levels upon creating her own recipe. “It is very high in naturally occurring collagen, which helps bring strength and shine to hair and helps give you a more youthful, glowing complexion and some even call it a facial from the inside out,” she says.“I used to get Botox on a scheduled basis. When It would wear off, it was like a timer went off. After drinking bone broth at least once a day on a continuous basis, the timer completely disappeared, and I’ve personally seen smoother, plumper skin and thicker, shinier hair.”Melissa Bolona Tells Us How Beauty and the Broth Bone Broth Helps With Gut Health Shiny Hair and Glowing SkinMelissa Bolona’s Beauty and the Broth Bone Broth Jonas GaidaAnother plus: “It is an amazing post workout recovery drink, and some replace coffee with it since it gives you a lot of natural energy and alertness,” Boloña shares.- Advertisement – “Bone broth made my stomach issues practically non-existent. …  I also used to get very hungry throughout the day and more so before lunch, and it helped curb my unhealthy cravings,” she adds.Melissa Bolona Tells Us How Beauty and the Broth Bone Broth Helps With Gut Health Shiny Hair and Glowing SkinMelissa Bolona’s Beauty and the Broth Bone Broth Andrew MacPhersonWhile bone broth helped, Boloña had trouble finding an option that was tasty and fit with her on-the-go lifestyle, so she took matters into her own hands.“All the broths were either too bland or too gamey. … I started cooking broth recipes in my own kitchen and six months later, Beauty and the Broth was born,” she says while celebrating the launch of her company that offers USDA approved, organic grass-fed, ranch-raised beef, vegetarian-fed, free-range chicken bone broth concentrates made from scratch and slowly simmered together with organic vegetables and herbs.- Advertisement – To incorporate bone broth into your own wellness routine, the actress recommends bringing a pouch of Beauty and the Broth and the brand’s sip cup wherever you go, emptying out the concentrate and customizing the amount of desired water depending on how strong or weak you want it, heating it up in the microwave and enjoying.As for her overall routine, Boloña relies on a mix of Pilates, barre, spin and HIIT classes and more, but her motto is “less is more, but consistency is key.”“Everything you do for and put into your body should be in moderation, but it should be the very best and consistently done when it comes to the food you eat, working out and taking care of your mind and soul,” she explains. “Really listen to your body, don’t push yourself, and give it what it needs to work the best that it can from the inside out.”Beauty and the Broth offers weekly, biweekly and monthly direct to door subscription programs. Each box includes 12 pouches of bone broth concentrate along with a 12 oz reusable BPA-free rice husk cup and hot cup sleeve.Check out the brand’s website, YouTube channel and Instagram for additional information. – Advertisement –last_img read more

Asian countries struggle to contain avian flu

first_img A few day ago, Indonesia’s vice president, Jusuf Kalla, announced that the government planned to extend the ban on backyard poultry to residential areas throughout the country. In earlier news reports, officials blamed local animal-health officials and farmers for not maintaining poultry vaccination programs and farmers for hatching poultry illegally. Meanwhile in Thailand, 11 people from 9 provinces are being monitored for avian flu, Bloomberg News reported today. All have flulike symptoms and had recent contact with dead poultry, Suphan Srithamma, a spokesperson for the public health ministry, told Bloomberg today. He said none of the patients have tested positive for the H5N1 virus, but they will be monitored for 10 days. “Farmers still don’t take vaccination seriously enough,” Hoang Van Nam, deputy head of Vietnam’s animal health department, told Bloomberg. “It will be extremely hard for local veterinary officials to undertake proper fowl vaccination without the support of those raising the poultry.” Health Minister Siti Fadilah Supari told residents culling is urgently needed, the AP reported. “People infected by bird flu have only a small chance of survival. With no medicine to fight the virus and the pattern of the disease still unclear, we have to cut the chain of transmission, which means killing fowl,” she said. Thawatchai told Thai News Agency today that four members of a duck-farming family in the province were suspected of having avian flu after they consumed 2 birds that had died. Authorities slaughtered 600 ducks at the farm and instituted a 2-week quarantine to prevent the spread of the disease. Herlien Krisnaningsih, of the Bogor Agribusiness Agency, said her department had not received any instructions from the central government on how to carry out the culls. “We are not ready yet to carry out the central government’s call because it will be extremely costly, and we believe it will discourage officers in the field who are struggling to prevent the virus from spreading,” she told the Post. Jan 19, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – The H5N1 avian influenza situation in Asia remained active today as Indonesia began clearing Jakarta of backyard fowl to curb the spread of the disease, Vietnam fought a poultry outbreak in an eighth province, and Thailand tested several people for suspected infections. Residents have until Jan 31 to surrender the banned fowl, including chickens, ducks, swans, quail, and pigeons, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported today. The government promised to pay $1.40 for each bird surrendered for culling. Officials were also concerned that 30 pigs on the farm may have contracted the virus, TNA reported.center_img Starting Feb 1, government officials will go door-to-door confiscating banned birds, the governor of Jakarta told the AP recently. Recent confirmed H5N1 outbreaks in Thailand came after a 6-month lull, the health ministry said. The country’s last WHO-confirmed human case was reported in September 2006. Thailand has had 25 cases and 17 deaths, most of them in 2004. Thawatchai Kamoltham, chief public health officer of northern Thailand’s Phitsanulok province, said 26 people were being monitored because they became ill after contact with dead birds, according to a report today from Xinhua, China’s state news agency. Fifteen of them were officials who took part in recent culling activities. Three were admitted to hospitals, and the rest were being monitored at home. In Vietnam, the health ministry announced that avian flu killed some ducks in Can Tho province, bringing to 8 the number of provinces in the Mekong Delta affected by recent poultry outbreaks, Bloomberg News reported today. The virus killed 30 ducklings, and the remaining 40 ducks in the flock were culled to stop the disease, the ministry said. Officials of Bogor, a town that neighbors Jakarta, branded the culling plan unrealistic and too expensive, and said it was based on an emotional reaction to the spate of recent human cases, the Jakarta Post reported 2 days ago. Government authorities in Indonesia banned backyard poultry in the country’s capital after five human cases were reported so far this month, all in Jakarta or its suburbs. In several instances, poultry deaths were reported in the patients’ neighborhoods. The country has been battling dozens of outbreaks in the Mekong Delta since early December. Though no human H5N1 illnesses have been reported since November 2005, Vietnam leads the world in the number of cases, with 93. Indonesia has resisted widespread culling in the past, despite the high number of human illnesses: 79 cases and 61 deaths have been confirmed by the World Health Organization (WHO). Backyard farmers are often reluctant to hand over their sick or at-risk birds. The Associated Press (AP) reported today that the country has about 350 million backyard chickens, many of which are in Jakarta and surrounding areas.last_img read more

Tokyo enlists nightclub workers for Q&A-style videos to fight coronavirus

first_img“How often should we sanitize our hands?”Those are some of the questions posed in the three videos that feature young workers from nightclubs in the city’s red-light districts where infections have crept up since the government lifted a state of emergency in late May.In the first of the 7-8 minute videos, a nightclub host Shota Taira asks the doctor general questions such as whether an asymptomatic person who has tested positive could infect others.Taira then appears to toss a heart-shaped pillow virtually to a hostess in the next video, passing the Q&A baton. Alarmed by a spike in infections in Tokyo’s nightlife districts, the metropolitan government has released educational videos in the form of a Q&A between nightclub hosts, a hostess and a doctor, hoping to stem the spread of the outbreak.”What kind of symptoms can a young COVID-19 patient expect?””What are medical costs like?” Her questions center on prevention measures, while the final questioner, another host, focuses on what to do if infected.The doctor recommends temperature checks at the nightclub entrance, safe distancing between seats, and cautions against drinking directly out of the same bottle or having customers served by different hostesses.Recent outbreaks in Tokyo have occurred in the Kabukicho and Ikebukuro red-light districts’ many host clubs, where young men entertain women customers over drinks, and also at the female equivalent hostess or “cabaret” clubs.Tokyo has seen new daily infections top 200 in four of the last six days, small compared with outbreaks in some other countries but hovering at record levels for the city. The majority of those infected are in their 20s and 30s with light or no symptoms, making it difficult to trace the virus.Tokyo has targeted red-light districts for aggressive testing and has urged nightclubs to follow safety guidelines.Japanese Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura has warned that nightclubs could be suspended if they do not comply. center_img Topics :last_img read more

Stylish Gold Coast home designed to make the most of limited space

first_imgThe master bedroom has multiple windows to let in lots of natural light.Outside, there is an entertainment deck and saltwater pool.Mr Giles said the kitchen was his favourite part of the home.“I think the kitchen is a cracker, it’s a massive kitchen,” he said.“It’s the heart of the house.”As well as the double garage, he said there was plenty of off-street parking.The fact that it was within walking distance of schools and local cafes was a bonus.“If we weren’t living in Palm Beach, we’d be in there, we’d be enjoying it,” Mr Giles said. DETAILS The kitchen has a butler’s pantry and stainless steel appliances. 25 Boundary St, Currumbin Waters.‘LOOKS can be deceiving’ is a mantra that rings true for this Currumbin Waters home.Its footprint is relatively small but the four-bedroom residence on Boundary St was designed to make the most of its limited space.Owners Dave and Mel Giles bought the vacant 405sq m block a year ago. The upstairs living area is ideal for children or teenagers.center_img The downstairs living room flows into the dining area and kitchen.As their Palm Beach home’s value was increasing, they decided to stay where they were and build on their new Currumbin Waters block before selling it.Mr Giles, who is a builder by trade, said they treated the planning and building process as if they were going to move in, making sure there was plenty of space for families.“We just tried to maximise as much floor space as we could but also have usable outside space as well,” the father-of-three said.It has an open living area with a butler’s pantry off the kitchen.Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, the main of which has an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, and a family room.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago Agent: Leanne Frohmuller and Rob Cinelli, LJ Hooker Palm Beach Features: Saltwater pool, butler’s pantry, stainless steal kitchen appliances, study nook, double garage, electric security entrance Price: Offers over $900,000 Inspections: Saturday, 10.30-11amlast_img read more

Renovated home on Gold Coast’s beachfront blends old with new

first_img36 O’Connor St, Tugun.The hardwood floorboards, timber staircase and wood fireplace are just some of the original features that have been maintained.The kitchen has a more modern style with marble benchtops and Smeg appliances. Outside, a pool and pavilion offer the perfect spot to relax in summer. 36 O’Connor St, Tugun. 36 O’Connor St, Tugun.FORGET “out with the old, in with the new”.A Tugun house showcases what can happen when the two are mixed together. A renovation has given the beachfront property a contemporary flair without destroying its rich heritage. 36 O’Connor St, Tugun.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa13 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago 36 O’Connor St, Tugun.last_img read more

SFWMD Hosts Lake Okeechobee Workshops

first_imgThe  South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) is conducting a series of workshops to solicit public input on plan alternatives for the Lake Okeechobee Watershed Restoration Project. These meetings will take place today, from 1 to 4 p.m. at SFWMD Okeechobee Service Center in Okeechobee, and tomorrow, from 9 a.m. to noon at SFWMD Headquarters B-1 in West Palm Beach.Part of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP), the Lake Okeechobee Watershed Restoration Project is a planning effort being conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the South Florida Water Management District to identify opportunities to improve the quantity, timing and distribution of flows into the 730-square-mile lake.The project area, where placement of potential features are being considered, covers a large portion of the Lake Okeechobee Watershed north of the lake.Goals and objectives for the project include:Increasing water storage capacity in the watershed, resulting in improved Lake Okeechobee water levels;Improving the quantity and timing of discharges to the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie estuaries;Restoring wetlands;Improving existing and future water supply.last_img read more

New palliative guidelines a great step in positive direction

first_imgLecretia Seales’ husband backs palliative care guidance but says more neededStuff co.nz 23 December 2015The husband of Lecretia Seales says new palliative care guidelines are a positive step but will not do enough to help some dying patients like his late wife.The guidance Te Ara Whakapiri: Principles and guidance for the last days of life released by the Government on Monday outlines how health professionals should care for patients at the end of their lives.Health Minister Jonathan Coleman said it was important that Kiwis could access “quality, personalised and compassionate palliative care”, with around 17,000 adults and their families using the services in 2015.Coleman said the new guidance placed a greater focus on developing individual care plans, as well as “clear and respectful” communication.“This guidance has been designed to help ensure consistent and quality care is provided for New Zealanders, whether they are in a hospice, aged residential care, hospital or their own home.”The guidance was developed after public consultation and had been endorsed by the key organisations involved with palliative care, including the Australia and New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine, Palliative Care Nurses New Zealand and Hospice New Zealand.http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/politics/75407054/Lecretia-Seales-husband-backs-palliative-care-guidance-but-says-more-neededKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

Messi caps Barcelona win over Mallorca on La Liga return

first_imgMallorca’s clash with Barcelona was played out in an empty stadium in the Balearic Islands as La Liga continued its return from a three-month shutdownBefore matches were suspended in Spain because of coronavirus on March 12, Barca had regained top spot but only after being convincingly beaten by Madrid the week before.This performance suggests time away might have done them good and it remains to be seen now how Madrid respond. Madrid’s next four matches all come after their title rivals have played first.Barcelona were in front after just over a minute as Frenkie de Jong did well to recover the ball from a loose touch before Alba sent a deep cross to the arriving Vidal, who headed in.Mallorca were under relentless pressure as Braithwaite and Messi both went close to adding a second. Mallorca’s Takefusa Kubo, on loan from Real Madrid, forced a good save out of Marc-Andre ter Stegen on the break.But Barca scored a second before half-time as an Alba cross span up and both De Jong and then Messi feathered headers across for Braithwaite to bang in on the half-volley, his first goal for the club.Both teams eased off in the second period and there were smiles on the Barcelona players’ faces when a pitch invader ran on in the 52nd minute wearing an Argentina shirt. He posed for a picture with Alba before being escorted away.Alba added a third after finishing off Messi’s clipped ball over the top and then Messi grabbed a goal himself. Suarez fooled his marker by letting the ball run across his body and Messi weaved inside where he could unleash with his right foot.Mallorca’s defeat, combined with losses for Leganes and Celta Vigo, made it the perfect day for Espanyol, who made up ground on their relegation rivals by beating Alaves.Read Also: Bonucci defends Ronaldo: Even the greatest miss penaltiesChinese striker Wu Lei, who tested positive for coronavirus in March, scored on his first game back to seal a 2-0 victory and put Espanyol within three points of safety.They are now level on points with Leganes, who lost 2-1 at home to Real Valladolid, and three behind Celta, who conceded in the 91st minute for a 1-0 defeat by Villarreal. Lionel Messi returned without a beard and with a goal and two assists as Barcelona resumed their La Liga title challenge on Saturday with a thumping 4-0 victory over Real Mallorca. Lionel Messi (R) celebrates with his Barcelona teammates after scoring the final goal in their 4-0 win at Mallorca on Saturday After three months away because of the coronavirus pandemic, Barca exploded into the lead with just 64 seconds played when Arturo Vidal headed in and Martin Braithwaite struck a second from a Messi headed assist. Jordi Alba latched onto a Messi pass to add a third but not before play was briefly stopped by a pitch invader, who was able to run on, despite the match being closed to fans. Messi then scored a fourth in injury time for his 25th goal of the season. “I’m happy because starting like this is an enormous boost for what’s to come,” said Barcelona coach Quique Setien. Victory extends Barca’s advantage at the top of La Liga to five points over Real Madrid, who can reduce the gap back to two when they restart at home to Eibar on Sunday. La Liga’s first match back came on Thursday between Sevilla and Real Betis, with teams scheduled to each play their remaining 11 matches of the season in less than six weeks. Promoted Content6 Reasons Sharks Are Afraid Of DolphinsCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Top 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Best 1980s High Tech Gadgets Messi will be crucial to Barcelona’s hopes of holding off Madrid but their captain, who turns 33 this month, may have to pace himself, especially after an injury-interrupted season. Clean shaven, and without any sign of the thigh problem that prevented him from training earlier this month, Messi played 90 minutes and looked like he had never been away. – Suarez back – His goal was set up by Luis Suarez and the sight of the Uruguayan coming off the bench would have been welcome for coach Setien too. Suarez has not played since undergoing knee surgery in January and was able to recover during the suspension. He could play an important part in the run-in. Asked what pleased him most, Setien said: “The satisfaction of seeing Luis again on the field. You have to admire the performance he gave in those 35 minutes that he played. Starting like this is very important for him and for the team as well.” Mallorca, who sit 18th in La Liga, were never going to offer the sternest of tests but this was a useful outing for both Barcelona’s fitness and morale.center_img Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

100th career IMCA Modified win is latest achievement for Dylan Smith

first_imgOSCEOLA, Neb. (May 8) – A driver who’s enjoyed his share of success and then some added another accomplishment to his IMCA resume Friday night.Dylan Smith won his 100th career IMCA Modified feature on May 8 at Boone County Raceway, his lat­est in a long line of achievements that also includes national and IMCA Speedway Motors Su­per Nationals fueled by Casey’s championships.“There was definitely a little pressure. Jake Anson definitely didn’t let me win,” Smith said. “I’ve won a track championship at Albion and we have a lot of friends here. It was nice to be able to celebrate with them afterwards.”From Osceola, Smith followed older brother Damian into the division, a favorite with both his par­ents and grandparents, and won for the first time in 2006.He raced to a personal single-season best 28 checkers along with regional and national crowns in 2009.Smith collected eight track championships and the Canyon Speedway Park Winter Series title, plus four straight Allstar Performance Nebraska State crowns before winning the Saturday night main event at Super Nationals in 2013.“When I started racing, winning national points, Super Nationals or 100 features weren’t even things I thought about,” Smith said. “Super Nationals was definitely the biggest race I’ve ever won. The 2009 State Fair race was another big one because it was the last year the race was held in Lincoln. I’m definitely proud of that one, too.”Other highlights included his 2012 win at RPM Speedway’s Modified Mania, in a field that in­cluded Ken Schrader and Clint Bowyer, and a clean sweep of four Winter Nationals events at Co­copah Speedway in February of 2014.He’s the 41st driver in division history to reach the 100 career win mark and the seventh from Nebraska to do so.“I grew up watching Johnny Saathoff and Kevin Larkins. Think how many wins they’d have if they hadn’t raced against each other,” said Smith, who also joined fellow Cornhusker State speedsters Ronnie Wallace, David Trauernicht, Jon Thompson and Jordan Grabouski in the elite club. “It’s a good group to be in.”last_img read more

Cruise-in at Brookville IGA

first_imgBrookville, IN —The Brookville IGA will be hosting a Cruise-IN on Saturday, June 15 from 10:30 am to 4 pm.  They will be serving IGA’s famous hot dogs, hamburgers, pork chops, and ribeyes. There will be a DJ for entertainment throughout the day and trophies will be presented around 3:30 pm.  Proceeds from the event will benefit the Benjamin Oglesby Memorial Fund.  For more information, contact Andy Oglesby at 513.255.2767.last_img