first_imgBreakfast No. 4:Fruit smoothie:                                                                       Protein: 20 g1 cup organic vanilla soymilk                                                  Fat: 9 g1 cup frozen mixed berries                                                     Sat Fat: 1 g1 banana, sliced                                                                     Carbohydrate: 67 g1 Tbsp. whey or vegan protein powder                                  Fiber: 16 g1 Tbsp. chia or flax seeds (ground)                                        Calcium: 398 mg½ cup ice cubes                                                                      1 tsp honey (optional)Blend until smooth and enjoy!About the expertReagan studied for her RDN at the University of Northern Colorado and received her Masters in Counseling from Boston University. Her favorite thing about working at Wardenburg is getting the chance to do what she loves and feels passionate about. She loves helping students better understand the relationship between the food they eat and the way they feel physically, mentally and emotionally. The students she works with inspire her daily with their life stories, struggles and accomplishments.Wardenburg Health Services offers nutrition counseling services as well as free consultations at the Nutrition Resource Clinic. Find more information online at: Breakfast No. 2:Egg sandwich:                                                                        Protein: 29 g1 poached egg                                                                        Fat: 13 g1 slice low-fat cheddar cheese                                               Sat Fat: 4 g1 slice turkey or ham (2 oz.)                                                    Carbohydrate: 56 g1 whole wheat English Muffin                                                 Fiber: 8 g                                                                                                Calcium: 202 mg1 banana on the side Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Jane Reagan, registered dietitian at Wardenburg Health Services We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal, but what does that mean when it comes to how our brains function throughout the day? Jane Reagan, a registered dietitian at Wardenburg Health Services, offers tips on how eating breakfast can improve brain function and shares a few breakfast recipes to try.How does eating breakfast affect learning and memory?Cognitive function and memory improve as a result of people having breakfast. Studies have shown that when people eat breakfast, things like concentration, memory, and energy all improve, making them more alert as well.The reason that food makes a difference is that when someone hasn’t eaten all night, they’ve fasted for 10-12 hours and they typically have lower blood sugar levels. Eating first thing in the morning raises blood sugar levels and keeps it steady, which can improve mood and help people have more energy.What kind of food do you recommend people start their days off with?It’s important, whenever possible, that breakfast includes adequate fiber, a fruit or vegetable, calcium, protein and a whole grain. Having a balance by getting all of these nutrients is really going to make people feel better.Protein is part of so many different processes in our bodies; it’s part of every enzyme, it’s part of every hormone, you help build muscle with protein and so making sure that that is part of breakfast is important. Proteins are made up of amino acids, which are the building blocks of neurotransmitters in our brains that help us feel more alert, happy and relaxed. So protein is definitely a must-have component.Having a carbohydrate source, such as whole grain cereals, oatmeal, cream of wheat or whole grain bread that has more fiber in it is also important and helps sustain energy for longer periods of time. Jane says that fiber is really important because it also keeps blood sugar steady and helps keep people fuller longer.Vitamin Bs and Cs are great to include in breakfast because they play a part in building neurotransmitters in our brains and can be found in grains and fruits. Choline, which helps with the creation of memory cells, is another nutrient that can be included in breakfast, and can be found in egg yolks.Easy breakfast recipesBreakfast No. 1:½ whole grain bagel or gluten free bagel                              Protein: 15 g1 tbsp. All natural peanut or other nut butter                       Fat: 10g                                                                                              Sat Fat: 3 g1 cup of blueberries and sliced strawberries                        Carbohydrate: 74 g6 oz. of reduced-fat vanilla yogurt or coconut yogurt           Fiber: 8.5 g                                                                                              Calcium: 274 mgcenter_img Published: Sept. 21, 2016 Breakfast No. 3:¾ cup steel cut oats                                                             Protein: 29 g½ cup 2% milk or almond milk                                             Fat: 14 g1 Tbsp. slivered almonds or walnuts                                    Sat Fat: 2.7 g1 tsp brown sugar                                                                 Carbohydrate: 65 g                                                                                              Fiber: 11.4 g1 apple                                                                                  Calcium: 226 mg2 vegetarian sausage patties Categories:Healthy BuffsCampus Communitylast_img read more

first_img July 15, 2006 Regular News Brown seeks board reinstatement Pursuant to Rule 3-7.10, Daryl James Brown of Bradenton has petitioned the Supreme Court for Bar reinstatement. Brown was suspended from the practice of law for six months pursuant to a June 9, 2005, order of the Supreme Court, effective July 11, 2005. Brown was suspended for violation of the following Rules Regulating The Florida Bar: Rule 3-4.3 (misconduct and minor misconduct); and Rule 4-8.4(c) (misconduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation).Anyone wishing to comment on Brown’s petition for reinstatement is requested to contact Jodi Anderson Thompson, assistant staff counsel, The Florida Bar, 5521 W. Spruce Street, Suite C-49, Tampa 33607-5958, telephone (800) 940-4759. Brown seeks Bar reinstatementlast_img read more

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first_img 111 Views   2 comments LocalNews Dominica establishes National Reparations Committee by: – April 7, 2014 Ambassador Damien Dublin is the Chairman of the National Reparations Committee (file photo)A National Reparations Committee has been established in Dominica in keeping with a decision by the Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community. During the Thirty-Fourth meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community in July 2013 in Trinidad and Tobago, it was agreed that National Committees on Reparations would be established in each Member State.The purpose of the committee is to establish the moral, ethical and legal case for the payment of reparations by the former colonial European countries, to the native and people of the Caribbean Community, for native genocide, the transatlantic slave trade and a racialized system of chattel slavery.Nine citizens have been selected to sit on the Committee, a press release from the Regional Integration and Diaspora Unit indicates.They are; Dominica’s Ambassador to Costa Rica (Chairman), Dr. Alwin Bully, Dr. Lennox Honychurch, Carib Chief Garnett Joseph, Gregory Rabess, Bernard Imani Shaw of the House of Nyabinghi, Franklyn Georges, Bernard Nicholas and Dominica’s Ambassador to the OECS and CARICOM Felix Gregoire.The terms of reference of the National Reparations Committee are to disseminate information on the historical, relevant and justifiable aspects of the reparations struggle, meet with general public and specific target groups/organizations, to obtain views and suggestions and develop and obtain approval for a work plan to guide the work of the Committee.The Committee will also recognize the indigenous Kalinago struggle regarding native genocide as an integral aspect of the overall reparations struggle, encourage a re- education, re-identification and general resurgence of Black History, Culture and Heritage, promote teaching of Black History in the schools.It will also collaborate and liaise with CARICOM Reparations Commission, establish a functional working relation with other Regional and International Reparations Committees, include the “Reconciliation” aspect of the overall Reparations Struggle and report on activities to the relevant agencies.Heads of Government further agreed to establish a CARICOM Reparations Commission comprising the chair of the National Committees and a representative of the University of the West Indies (UWI), which would report directly to a Prime Ministerial Sub-Committee on Reparations, chaired by Prime Minister of Barbados, Freundel Stuart.A Reparations Conference was held in St. Vincent and the Grenadines during the period September 15-17, 2013, which brought together representatives of CARICOM Governments and National Reparations Committees, civil society groupings from within CARICOM and its diaspora, the University of the West Indies and individuals who have distinguished themselves in the struggle for reparations for Native Genocide and Slavery in CARICOM member states. Dominica was represented at this Conference by Ambassador Damian Dublin.Moreover, at the Twenty –Fifth Inter-Sessional Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of CARICOM held in March 2014, the Regional Reparations Commission presented a Draft Regional Strategic and Operational Plan for a Caribbean Reparatory Justice Programme which was accepted by the Heads of Government as a basis for further action.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

first_img Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! Source: Soccer – Animals are so funny that you can die of laughter People Slammed By Massive Waves 4center_img 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! LEICESTER are considering a move for Irish centre-back Ryan Nolan.The highly-rated 21-year-old is currently with Arezzo in the Italian third tier and was previously on the books at Inter Milan.Former Inter Milan youth star Ryan Nolan is attracting the interest of LeicesterCredit: Getty Images – GettyNolan was on the cusp of the Inter first team under former manager Luciano Spaletti and was even named in two matchday squads in the Europa League in 2018-19.However, he fell out of favour when Spaletti was sacked and replaced by former Chelsea chief Antonio Conte in May last year.Conte let the youngster go immediately as he put an emphasis on experience over youth.Now Nolan is keen on a move to England, with Brendan Rodgers’ Foxes heading the queue for his signature.Despite having two years left on his contract in Italy, Arezzo are happy to let him leave for free but will insist on a big sell-on clause being included in any deal. The Italians expect big things of the ball-playing defender who has represented Ireland at U16, U17 and U18 levels.He was extremely close to a switch to Leeds at the start of last summer but a deal fell through as Marcelo Bielsa wanted to loan him straight out to Scottish side Falkirk.Nolan would prefer to move to a club where he can fight for a first-team place immediately.And although he will face stiff competition at the King Power from the likes of Jonny Evans and Caglar Soyuncu, they are in need of more strength in depth at the back.Norwich are also monitoring his situation as they look to bounce straight back from the disappointment of Premier League relegation.Blackburn are another side to have watched him in the past and they could make a move as well.Leicester’s Caglar Soyuncu looks back to playing at his first club in Turkey last_img read more

first_imgMichael Jackson and Wade Robson; courtesy HBO(LOS ANGELES) — Michael Jackson’s nephew, Taj Jackson, is looking to offer up an alternative response to HBO’s shocking Leaving Neverland film, by producing a documentary of his own. In a new interview with Billboard, the son of Tito Jackson revealed that he is launching a GoFundMe account to help finance a docu-series which he hopes will aid in telling the “truth” about his late, legendary uncle. “I knew I had to be someone out in front fighting for my uncle,” Taj told the music publication. According to the 45-year-old Jackson heir, the documentary will analyze the very first allegations of abuse made against his uncle in 1993, as well as those made in 2005. Taj intends on highlighting the discrepancies in Leaving Neverland through a series of court documents, depositions and interviews.“I’m not combating Leaving Neverland,” Taj further explained. “I’m doing a documentary about the media’s relationship with my uncle and how they’ve reported certain things as factual that were lies.”“It’s going to be about debunking what you heard and sharing what really happened. I want to get the truth out there,” he added. So far, Taj has raised more than $114,000 of his $777,000 goal for the project.“The worst thing we can do is let this continued slander go unchallenged. I know that when we as a group are united, we are unstoppable,” the dedicated GoFundMe page reads. While Taj has been adamant that his uncle is innocent, he claims that if he’d discovered evidence supporting the claims of abuse made by Leaving Neverland‘s subjects, Wade Robson and James Safechcuck, he would have documented it.“I’m all about justice. Integrity is everything for me,” he said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reservedlast_img read more

first_imgGolden State is getting the boost it needs.Warriors forward Draymond Green (toe) and guard Shaun Livingston (foot) are expected to get back on the court this week after recovering from their respective injuries. Kevin Durant mum on future after touring Warriors’ new arena Curry was initially injured in Thursday’s loss to the Bucks and sat out the team’s win Saturday over the Nets. He leads Golden State in scoring, averaging 29.5 points per game this season. Meanwhile, Green is averaging 7.6 points, 7.2 rebounds and 7.9 assists per game. Livingston is averaging 5.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.0 assists. “He’s doing OK,” Kerr said, via ESPN. “It’s a tricky injury. He’s never had a groin injury before, so as I said the other day, the MRI was encouraging. There didn’t appear to be anything dramatic in there, but the MRI doesn’t always tell the story and you really have to go on symptoms.”He won’t play tonight or tomorrow and we’re still going to evaluate daily and see where it all goes, but it’s frustrating for him. He’s had such a great start to the year. But again, it’s a new injury for him and we’ve got to make sure he’s fully healthy before we put him back out there.”center_img However, point guard Stephen Curry (groin) will remain sidelined as he’s not expected to play Monday against the Clippers or Tuesday against the Hawks.Warriors coach Steve Kerr specified after Monday’s shootaround that it’s uncertain when Curry will be healthy enough to make his return. Related News NBA free agency rumors: Patrick McCaw still negotiating with Warriors, ‘in discussions’ with multiple teamslast_img read more

first_img2nd Peter Skinner (9) 40pts3rd Joe Peters (18) 40pts4th Peter Masters (8) 38pts5th Charlie Sheppard (17) 37ptsThe course at Green Valley is almost back to its former state with the fairways offering a good roll and the greens receptive, which all adds up to a good opportunity for the participants of the competition to score well and get the handicap down. Three certainly did that with Mark Armstrong holding on well over the back nine to win the three-way count back with a better 24, which left Peter Skinner in second place after he returned 22 on the nine and 15 on the last six leaving Joe Peters in third as he could only put together 14 over the back six.Frank Dunstan with The Ashes.Peter Masters slipped in another Sunday net under par round to signal a possible future drop in his handicap and Charlie Sheppard returned his best score for a little while, also under handicap, but with such good results having been returned above him, he had to settle for fifth spot.The 2’s were shared between Peter Masters, Joe Peters and Gary Olliffe.Monday, November 7, Pattaya C.C. – StablefordCSS 721st Peter Skinner (9) 37pts2nd Joe Niisato (16) 37pts3rd Alan Pilkington (9) 37pts4th Mike Spear (22) 35pts5th Rod Howett (24) 35ptsMark Armstrong.Pattaya Country Club has changed quite a bit over the last few weeks to become one of the favourite courses on the schedule as the fairways and greens continue to provide an excellent basis for golfing enjoyment, and even though the surrounding areas are sometimes a bit on the untidy side, a good day out can always be relied on by the players.Peter Skinner lost no time in making up for missing out on the previous outing with yet another under handicap round, but this time recording a better back nine than the other two in the count back and succeeding with 21 to take the top step of the podium, as Joe Niisato settled for second with 18 points and Alan Pilkington third place with 16.Mike Spear made a big splash with his best return for some considerable time, in fact in over a year, to take fourth spot and was left ruing a very slow start that saw him open the first half with just 13 but finished strongly with 22 on the back as Rod Howett, after a good start, struggled to keep up the momentum with just 16 over the inward half.Peter Skinner.Peter Skinner had the lone 2 in the first division while Paul Simpson had the same to claim the second division pool.Before presenting the prizes The Doc welcomed back Peter Skinner and Paul Simpson.Wednesday, November 9, Khao Kheow – StablefordCSS721st Frank Hughes (17) 36pts2nd Dick Heaney (17) 34pts3rd Brendan O’Driscoll (13) 34pts4th Lyle Blaw (12) 34pts5th Shuichi Kodaka (16) 33ptsThe course has had some poor reports of late but although not quite as good as had been recently reported, it was still a great improvement of the rather soggy presentation of other recent visits as the scores from the yellow tees indicated, with the CSS remaining at 72 for the first time in a while.Frank Hughes took care of business with a solid level handicap round to take a two shot win ahead of a group of three fighting it out over second place.  These were led by Dick Heaney whose 19 on the back nine was sufficient to ensure his place in front of Brendan O’Driscoll, who finally took third after a mammoth count back over Lyle Blaw that saw him win on the last two with a better 4 to 3 after they had halved the nine on 17 the six on 12 and the three on 5.Shuichi Kodaka slipped into fifth with a steady if unspectacular three over return.In keeping with the difficulty of the course there were no 2’s in either division.Back at The Haven there was a welcome for new member Brendan O’Driscoll and a welcome back for Al Rolnik.Friday, November 11, The Emerald – StablefordCSS 711st Graham Johnson (7) 38pts2nd Bubbles Davies (17) 37pts3rd Brendan O’Driscoll (13) 35pts4th Russell Exley (7) 35pts5th Rod Howett (24) 35ptsA good turnout for the always popular Emerald at Ban Chang enjoyed a course that, whilst not at its best, was very playable which was borne out by the CSS for the day reducing to 71 as many of the day’s hopefuls returned cards that were around their handicap level or better.Graham Johnson finished the day on top with a very creditable two under that just edged out the visiting Bubbles Davies who had hoped that his best round since 2008 would get him to the top of the pecking order.  Sadly it was not to be, as he missed out by a single point, so he contented himself with being best drinker in the bar after the results were declared.Brendan O’Driscoll made it two podium places on the trot with yet another third place, winning the three-way count back this time with a better 19 to 17 ahead of Russell Exley, who was in turn better than Rod Howett who could only muster 15 after a very bright start.Once again there were no 2’s in the first division but Don Everett made a happy return day with the only one in the second division which swept the rollover pot.Prior to the presentation of the prizes there were welcome backs for Dave Howden, Don Everett, Wayne Waywood, Bubbles Davies and Frijof Kayser.  As usual there was what is now a ritual showing of the replica Ashes Trophy to the returning members from Oz together with the offer to join with Frank Dunstan in having their picture taken holding the treasured item which, and in the light of the recent result against SA, it might be a long time before the opportunity might occur again with the real thing.Note:  The Haven group now departs Soi 13 at the earlier time of 9 am until further notice.  If you would like to play with the group you can contact mobile 082 219 0965 or call in to the hotel at 185 Soi 13 between Beach Road and 2nd Road.  All transportation to the course is arranged and you do not need to sign up prior to the day, but you should be there by 8.30 on Mondays, Wednesday, Fridays and 9.00am on Sundays on the days you wish to play.  A schedule of courses to be played can be found on our web site at IPGC golf from The HavenSunday, November 6, Green Valley – StablefordCSS 711st Mark Armstrong (22) 40ptslast_img read more

first_imgAfter retiring from professional hockey following a few seasons in the East Coast Hockey League and Southern Professional Hockey League, MacLeod, a mechanical engineer, joined the Generals after hearing about the club from a friend.Bentley, playing in the four-team Chinook Hockey League with Stony Plain Eagles, Innisfail Eagles and Fort Saskatchewan Chiefs, won the regular season with a 14-3-0-1 record.The Generals defeated Innisfail 4-3 in a grueling seven-game semi final before knocking off Stony Plain 4-1 to clinch the final and advance to the Allan Cup.”As far as getting the chance to get back to the tournament and capitalizing on all our chances, we did exactly what we had to do,” MacLeod said.”We had four lines contributing every night.”At the Allan Cup, Bentley won its pool going undefeated.The Generals defeated Shelbrook Elks 3-1 in Friday’s semi final before shocking South East Praire in the final.”After we found out we would see South East P rairie again, it was pretty hard to sleep,” MacLeod said.”A lot of nerves ran through me thinking of how we didn’t score a goal against them last year.””When they scored the first goal. A few nerves were running through us. Can we do this? We stick to the game plan. And got a few bounces as did South East Prairie.”MacLeod, who scored twice in the tournament, graduated from Nelson Minor Hockey before playing for Beaver Valley Nitehawks of the KIJHL.He joined Penticton of the BCHL before being traded to Camrose Kodiaks during his final season of junior hockey.MacLeod then spent four years on a NCAA hockey scholarship at Michigan Tech where he earned a degree in mechanical engineering.Nelson Senior Maple Leafs were part of the Western International Hockey League, playing in three Allan Cup Finals in 1965, 1986 and 1987.The WIHL folded in the late 1980s. It took 12 months but Alex MacLeod and the Bentley Generals finally exacted some revenge.A year after the South East Praire defeated the Generals to win the 2015 Allan Cup, Bentley was able to turn the table, defeating the Thunder in their own backyard 4-3 in overtime to win their third Allan Cup — Canadian Men’s Senior AAA Hockey Championship — in franchise history. Bentley won the Allan Cup Championship in 2009 and 2013.”Watching the puck go into the net was almost surreal in overtime,” MacLeod told The Nelson Daily.”It took like 3-4 seconds to realize it was in.””Then shaking their hands and taking the championship from them in their rink was insane,” the son of Allan MacLeod and Deb Naka said.”Probably the best way to win it after losing the heartbreaker last year in Newfoundland. Now all the boys are saying one thing. Defend the title.”The Generals trailed 3-2 in the third period. Ian Schultz tied it up with a powerplay goal with 10:22 remaining. Carter Rigby ended it 15:47 into the extra period with his second goal of the game.”When we tied it up we all knew we could beat them,” MacLeod explained.”It just came down to who wanted it more. Who would take hits to make plays. Who would block shots. Sacrifice their body for the team.”The Allan Cup is the oldest national championship in the country dating back 107 years as the best Senior hockey teams in Canada battled it out for the coveted prize.This is the second season MacLeod has played for the Generals.last_img read more