In: Other Topics

Submitted By jeffchan815
Words 910
Pages 4
Look good and protect your health by shrinking your mid-section
Jelly belly, muffin top, spare tyre, pot belly – whatever you call it, a rounded tum isn’t just bad for the look of your jeans. It can also cause health problems. Australian Government guidelines say that a waist measurement above 94cm for men and 80cm for women indicates increased risk of developing chronic disease. It takes more than just some ab crunches to shift weight from around the middle. You need a multipronged attack of diet, exercise and lifestyle changes.

2 types of belly fat
There are 2 types of belly fat: subcutaneous fat, the wobbly kind you can grab with your hands, and the more dangerous visceral fat, which is stored around your organs. Visceral fat cells appear to be larger and more insulin-resistant than other lower body fat cells. The association between insulin resistance and obesity is strong, and both are major risk factors for the development of type 2 diabetes. A firm, taut mid-section is the reason why many people embark on a weight loss program. Their reason might be to improve their appearance, but losing weight from the abdomen is also a matter of good health. Here are our top recommendations for shrinking your middle. Read more: 7 steps to prevent diabetes

1. Do the DCBA

D – Diet is the most important element. “Portion control is crucial,” says Andrew Cate, author of Healthy Heart for Life. “You can have the healthiest diet in the world, but you won’t get results if you’re eating too much.”

C – Cardio is the next most effective fat buster.

“Intensity is important for weight control,” says Cate. “Light, steady workouts are useful, but make sure you get really puffed out at least a couple of times a week.”

B – Build muscle with exercises that strengthen your entire body.

“Just working your front won’t give you…...

Similar Documents

Exorbitant Priviledge

...Series on Public Policy 27, pp. 245-53. Mintz, Ilse (1951), Deterioration in the Quality of Foreign Bonds Issued in the United States, 1920-1930, New York: National Bureau of Economic Research. Newstadt, Richard (1970), Alliance Politics, New York: Columbia University Press. Nussbaum, Arthur (1957), A History of the Dollar, New York: Columbia University Press. Nutting, Anthony (1967), No End of a Lesson, London: Constable. Painton, Frederick, Jordan Bonfante, and Thomas A. Sancton (1983), “Europe: The Battle for the Franc,” Time (April 4). Papaioannou, Elias, Richard Portes, and Gregorio Siourounis (2006), “Optimal Currency Shares in International Reserves: The Impact of the Euro and the Prospects for the Dollar,” NBER Working Paper no. 12333 (June). Partnoy, Frank (2003), Infectious Greed: How Deceit and Risk Corrupted Financial Markets, New York: Profile Books. Phelps, Clyde William (1927), The Foreign Expansion of American Banks, New York: Ronald Press. Powell, James (1995), A History of the Canadian Dollar, Ottawa: Bank of Canada. Reeves, Richard (2001), President Nixon: Alone in the White House, New York: Simon and Schuster. Rubin, Robert, and Jacob Weisberg (2003), In an Uncertain World, New York: Random House. Rudabusch, Glenn (2009), “The Fed’s Monetary Policy Response to the Current Crisis,” FRBSF Weekly Letter 2009-17, San Francisco: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (May 22). Rudabusch, Glenn, Eric Swanson, and Tao Wu (2006), “The Bond Yield ‘Conundrum’......

Words: 81879 - Pages: 328


...Card with photograph issued by recognized School or College for their students /Nationalized Bank Passbook with photograph /Credit Cards issued by Banks with laminated photograph. *General rules/ Information for e-ticket passenger have to be studied by the customer for cancellation & refund. PNR No. 6420954095 Transaction ID: 0708936984 From : HOWRAH JN(HWH) Boarding : HOWRAH JN(HWH) Reservation Upto : BUXAR(BXR) Passenger Mobile Number : 7275820773 FARE DETAILS : Ticket Fare IRCTC Service Charges ## Agent Service Charges ## Total Amount Rs. 330 Three Hundred Thirty Rupees Only Rs. 11.24 Eleven Rupees And Twenty Four Paise Only Rs. 10 Ten Rupees Only Rs. 351.24 Three Hundred Fifty One Rupees And Twenty Four Paise Only Train No. & Name : 12333/VIBHUTI EXPRESS Date of Booking : 24-Jun-2013 16:31:30 Date of Journey : 29-Jun-2013 Date of Boarding : 29-Jun-2013 Scheduled Arrival : 2013-06-30 06:24:00 Note:Quota : General Class : SL To : BUXAR(BXR) Scheduled Departure : 20:00* Adult : 01 Child:00 Distance : 649 Km ## Services Charges per e-ticket irrespective of number of passengers on the ticket. PASSENGER DETAILS: Coach No./ Seat No./ Sno. 1 AGENT DETAILS: Corporate Name: SUGAL & DAMANI UTILITY SERVICES Pvt. Ltd.-PAYWORLD Agent Name: shiba Travels Address: mirzahdipura chock mau, MAU, 275101, UTTAR PRADESH , Important: *New Time Table is effective from 01-07-2011. Departure time printed on this ERS is liable to change. Please Check correct departure from Railway Station......

Words: 1225 - Pages: 5

Camera and Surevillance

...the Amendment was designed to protect one’s property interest in his premises, since there was no search as long as there was no physical trespass on the premises owned or controlled by the defendant. Secondly all evidence obtained had been secured by hearing, and the interception of a conversation could not qualify as a seizure, for the Amendment referred only to seizure of tangible items. The violation of state law did not render the evidence excludible, since the exclusionary rule only operated on evidence seized in violation of the Constitution (FindLaw). There has been laws enacted by Congress like the Entitled Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1999, H.R. 3694 this law rested much of its authority on Executive Order 12333 that President Reagan established in 1981. It gave the Attorney General the authority to authorize wiretaps on an “emergency basis” without the approval of a judge. The judge only had to be notified of the intention and the tap is allowed for 48 hours without judicial permission (The Winds)....

Words: 748 - Pages: 3

Short Title: Freedom of Speech

... Even further, “‘‘(a)(1) The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation or a designee of the Director (whose rank shall be no lower than Assistant Special Agent in Charge) may make an application for an order requiring the production of any tangible things (including books, records, papers, documents, and other items) for an investigation to protect against international terrorism or clandestine intelligence activities, provided that such investigation of a United States person is not conducted solely upon the basis of activities protected by the first amendment to the Constitution. ‘‘(2) An investigation conducted under this section shall— ‘‘(A) be conducted under guidelines approved by the Attorney General under Executive Order 12333 (or a successor order); and ‘‘(B) not be conducted of a United States person solely upon the basis of activities protected by the first amendment to the Constitution of the United States.”[12] As you can verily ascertain, the Act was not written with the Constitutional Protections in mind. Quite the opposite. The same, or similar, language is utilized throughout the entire 271 pgs. Of the Act. Notice the phraseology of “not solely upon the basis of activities protected by the first amendment to the Constitution.” This is simply bypassed by stating the necessity is based on an ongoing investigation, or related to terrorism. When someone is speaking their views, not all will agree with them. Does the speech create “a clear and present......

Words: 3505 - Pages: 15

Classified Information Required

...brought to light (Williams, 2005). Such abuses of classified information and the methods used to obtain, conceal, and safeguard it are, some would argue, inevitable due to human nature. However, abuses of a system do not inherently make that system “bad” or “expendable”. As of the writing of this paper, no one system of government has ever been deemed flawless. Societies, governments, and leaders have a vested interest in protecting their way of life. Classifying information – making it secret – is an essential way to preserve a nation. Many countries, like the United States, have elaborate legal systems in place to control what is classified and how it may be obtained. The United States’ governing document for this is Executive Order 12333. Since its creation in 1981, all presidential administrations have made modifications to it, including most recently the Obama administration, which created a clearinghouse for the declassification of information called the National Declassification Center (“Obama Takes on…”, 2010). Classifying certain information protects specific activities and helps to ensure the continued success of a government or country. Human nature has not changed since people began recording history and is not likely to change now nor in the future. As long as there are groups, societies, cultures, et cetera, there will be competition and therefore a need to protect information.   References: Williams, Armstrong (2005) There are no heroes here. New York......

Words: 1241 - Pages: 5


...Andheri, Mumbai valid till December 31, 2007 Malad 55. Registration No. PN-1/019137 granted to outlet/store Food Bazaar, Malad, Mumbai valid till December 31, 2007 56. Certificate bearing Registration No. 102384 under Prevention of Food Adulteration Act granted to Food Bazaar, Malad, Mumbai, which is valid till December 31, 2009 57. Trade License No 909390 granted by the Municipal corporation to Food Bazaar, Malad valid upto January 31, 2008 Mulund 58. Registration No. No. CL/CLA/Regn/Pvt/41/T ward granted to Big Bazaar, Mulund, Mumbai as principal employer till December 31, 2005 (estimated or actual date of termination of employment of contract labour) to hire contract labour from Contractors Sanjay Maintenance Pvt Ltd 59. License No. 0101/12333/H/P valid from August 31, 2005 to August 30, 2007 granted to Big Bazaar, Mulund, Mumbai for selling, stocking or exhibiting for sale or distributing insecticides 60. Certificate bearing Registration No. 7520 under Prevention of Food Adulteration Act granted to Big Bazaar, Mulund, Mumbai, which is valid till December 31, 2007 61. License No 003410 granted by Municipal Corporation to Big Bazaar, Mulund dated December 31, 2007. 62. Registration No. T-1/006560 issued under the Bombay Shops and Establishments Act, 1948 valid until December 31, 2005. Nagpur 63. Registration No. I-91-657 granted to outlet/store Big Bazaar, Nagpur valid till December 31, 2006 64. License No. 2701/1566/H/K valid from December 31, 2004 to December 30, 2006......

Words: 96916 - Pages: 388

Nsa Spy Programs

...1974- Establishes guidelines for data storage and computer matching (both of which are used by Echelon), including use by federal agencies. Deals specifically with records maintained on individuals.[12] Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (1974)- Establishes rules for the use of surveillance systems, especially wiretapping and eavesdropping by federal agencies. Authorizes use when it pertains to ‘foreign intelligence’ regarding a ‘foreign power’ or an agent thereof. The definition of a foreign power includes a "foreign-based political organization, not substantially composed of United States persons” or an entity that is controlled or directed by a foreign government. The term ‘substantially’ is not defined.[13] Executive Order 12333 (1981)- Outlines the NSA as the sole collector of signals intelligence, under the direction of the CIA. Prohibits electronic surveillance conducted inside the US by the CIA. Surveillance done by the FBI in the US must involve foreign intelligence or a lawful investigation.[14] United States Code: Title 18, Chapter 119, Section 2511- Prohibits interception of wire, oral, or electronic communications by anyone in the United States and US territories. Exceptions include certain cases (emergency services, FCC radio monitoring, things broadcasted to the public) and those cases described in FISA, with a court order or authorization from persons with the power to bypass the warrant (e.g. the Attorney General).[15] USA Patriot Act......

Words: 5284 - Pages: 22


...and contrast the elements of Executive Order 12333: United States Intelligence Activities and the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004. The order and the act both serve to intensify security and intelligence extraction that intends to secure both national and homeland security (Jordan, 2009). They were both implemented under the executive designation of the sitting presidents as the leaders of the executive function. Executive order 12333 was biased towards empowering the Central Intelligence Agency in extracting information from national agencies, while Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 was biased on physical and identification screening of individuals at U.S. border points with emphasis on air travel (Jordan, 2009). The former was established with the sole aim of strengthening CIA’s covert actions that leaned on espionage, while the latter was largely triggered by the September 11th terrorist attack. How do these executive and congressional orders affect intelligence activities? Executive and congressional orders affect intelligence through extending the responsibility and powers of the United States Intelligence Agencies (Chauhan, 2004). The orders further establish grounds that direct the heads of the United States Federal agencies to fully comply and cooperate with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). This is with regards to CIA information requests and the latest order 12333 is entitled United States Intelligence......

Words: 460 - Pages: 2

Dodi 8500.01

...the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS) and the Joint Staff, the Combatant Commands, the Office of the Inspector General of the DoD, the Defense Agencies, the DoD Field Activities, and all other organizational entities within the DoD (referred to collectively in this instruction as the “DoD Components”). DoDI 8500.01, March 14, 2014 (2) All DoD IT. (3) All DoD information in electronic format. (4) Special access program (SAP) information technology, other than SAP ISs handling sensitive compartmented information (SCI) material. b. Nothing in this instruction alters or supersedes the existing authorities and policies of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) regarding the protection of SCI as directed by Executive Order 12333 (Reference (n)) and other laws and regulations. 3. POLICY. It is DoD policy that: a. Risk Management (1) DoD will implement a multi-tiered cybersecurity risk management process to protect U.S. interests, DoD operational capabilities, and DoD individuals, organizations, and assets from the DoD Information Enterprise level, through the DoD Component level, down to the IS level as described in National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-39 (Reference (o)) and Committee on National Security Systems (CNSS) Policy (CNSSP) 22 (Reference (p)). (2) Risks associated with vulnerabilities inherent in IT, global sourcing and distribution, and adversary threats to DoD use of cyberspace must be considered in......

Words: 19443 - Pages: 78


...Good...............................................................................................4 3.3 Attributes of Giffen good...................................................................................................5 3.4 Derivation of demand curve for Giffen good...................................................................5 REFERENCES 1. Robert S. Pindyck, Daniel L. Rubinfield, 2013. Microeconomics. 8th ed. United States of America: Pearson. 2. Image: Demand Curve for Giffen Goods. 2014. Image: Demand Curve for Giffen Goods. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.boundless.com/economics/textbooks/boundless-economics-textbook/consumer-choice-and-utility-5/theory-of-consumer-choice-53/deriving-the-demand-curve-206-12333/images/demand-curve-for-giffen-goods/. [Accessed 07 November 2014]. 3. Substitution effect and Income effect for Normal Goods - YouTube. 2014. Substitution effect and Income effect for Normal Goods - YouTube. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QYzRG_3_zQ. [Accessed 07 November 2014]. 4. Deadweight Loss | Economics: Weblog | College-Cram.com. 2014. Deadweight Loss | Economics: Weblog | College-Cram.com. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.college-cram.com/study/economics/weblog/deadweight-loss/. [Accessed 07 November 2014]....

Words: 1441 - Pages: 6


...departments to acquire intelligence solely for the planning and conduct of tactical military operations by United States Armed Forces. The MIP is directed and controlled by the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence. In 2005 the Department of Defense combined the Joint Military Intelligence Programand the Tactical Intelligence and Related Activities program to form the MIP. Since the definitions of the NIP and MIP overlap when they address military intelligence, assignment of Department of Defense intelligence activities to the NIP and MIP sometimes proves problematic. Organizational structure and leadership The overall organization of the IC is primarily governed by the National Security Act of 1947 (as amended) and Executive Order 12333. The statutory organizational relationships were substantially revised with the 2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act (IRTPA) amendments to the 1947 National Security Act. Though the IC characterizes itself as a federation of its member elements, its overall structure is better characterized as a confederation due to its lack of a well-defined, unified leadership and governance structure. Prior to 2004, the Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) was the head of the IC, in addition to being the director of the CIA. A major criticism of this arrangement was that the DCI had little or no actual authority over the budgetary authorities of the other IC agencies and therefore had limited influence over their......

Words: 798 - Pages: 4


...guest for certain instructions (VT-x only; bug #10947) • VMM: fixed a performance issue involving APIC accesses after rebooting a VM (4.3.0 regression; VT-x only; bug #12296) • VMM: fixed TPR patching to be enabled for 32-bit guests even when the chosen guest type is 64-bit (4.3.0 regression; AMD-V only) • VMM: fixed occasional VINF_EM_TRIPLE_FAULT errors on hosts without the unrestricted guest execution feature (bug #12198) • GUI: don’t bother the user with the BPP warning if no Guest Additions are installed • GUI: fixed machine-window paint artifacts on VM reboot / guest-screen resize • GUI: make sure the assigned license and description are attached to the exported appliance • GUI: fixed bugs in close VM action restrictions handling (bug #12333) • GUI: fixed incorrect wizards text colors for some unusual look and feel styles (bug #11743) • GUI: should restore seamless mode as soon as possible after VM reboot or shutdown • GUI: fixes for medium enumeration • GUI: the OS X hot corners were not accessible while a VirtualBox VM is running (Mac OS X hosts only; bug #4139) • GUI: fixed an old bug which bared the host from cleanly shutdown / reboot if the VM selector window is open (Mac OS X hosts only; bug #8254) • Host-only Networking: fixed creating of host-only network interfaces (4.3.0 regression; bug #12182) • NAT: don’t run into an infinite loop in case the host cannot access any DNS server (4.3.0 regression; bug #12300) 268 15 Change log • NAT: don’t re-connect the cable if the......

Words: 143714 - Pages: 575

Corporate Structure

...Recommendation Therefore, I truly recommend you to incorporate King Kong as a small proprietary company limited by shares for its tax advantages and limited liability function. A public company structure is not recommended due to its heavier regulations by ASIC. It is also not a necessity for you to raise funds from the public yet since you have enough profits from the 20 million dollars to sustain your company at present. If needed in the future, you still have the option to convert to a public company to raise additional funds. (1945 words) -------------------------------------------- [ 2 ]. http://www.ato.gov.au/businesses/content.aspx?doc=/content/44266.htm. [ 3 ]. http://www.ato.gov.au/individuals/content.aspx?doc=/content/12333.htm. [ 4 ]. Salomon v Salomon & Co Ltd [1897] AC 22. [ 5 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 119. [ 6 ]. Pamela Hanrahan, Ian Ramsay & Geof Stapledon, Commercial Applications of Company Law (12th ed,2011) [67] [ 7 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 9. [ 8 ]. Corporations Act 2001(Cth) s 515. [ 9 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 112(2) [ 10 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 254Q. [ 11 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s45A(1). [ 12 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 113. [ 13 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 201A(1). [ 14 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 201A(2). [ 15 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 198E(1). [ 16 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) ss 45A(2) and (3). [ 17 ]. Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 292(2). [ 18 ]. Corporations Act......

Words: 2240 - Pages: 9


...of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai Cut Off Merit of CAP Round-I for Admission to First Year of Two Years Full Time Post Graduate Degree Course in Management viz . MBA/MMS & Post-Graduate Diploma Courses in Management viz. PGDBM/PGDM for the Academic Year 2015-2016 MB3133 - Swayamsiddhi Mitra Sangh's College of Management & Research, Thane 313310210 - M. M. S. OPEN GOPENH 20156 (24.507) SC ST NT1 NT2 NT3 8258 (67.069) 19646 (26.179) GSTO GVJO 14118 (44.912) 24005 (12.378) 12705 (49.949) 13670 (46.858) 27857 (0.34) AI 22687 (16.774) 20932 (22.293) GOBCH GSCO SBC/OBC 26517 (4.701) GNT1H GOPENO OBC 26617 (4.296) GSCH 19514 (26.713) VJ 11681 (53.785) 10937 (56.157) 7778 (68.638) 12128 (51.834) 12333 (51.529) 15452 (40.826) 19814 (25.865) 15243 (40.91) GNT2O 16010 (38.419) GOBCO AI 11425 (4.214) Legends: AI- All India Seat, End Character H-Home University, O-Other than Home University * Maharashtra State Seats - Cut Off Indicates State General Merit No. ; Figures in bracket Indicates Merit Percentile ** All India Seats - Cut Off Indicates All India Merit No. ; Figures in bracket Indicates Merit Percentile 1 D i r Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State, Mumbai Cut Off Merit of CAP Round-I for Admission to First Year of Two Years Full Time Post Graduate Degree Course in Management viz . MBA/MMS & Post-Graduate Diploma Courses in Management viz. PGDBM/PGDM for the Academic Year 2015-2016 MB3133 - Swayamsiddhi......

Words: 61063 - Pages: 245


...Department of Defense, the Defense Agencies, the DoD Field Activities, and all other organizational entities within the Department of Defense (hereafter referred to collectively as the “DoD Components”). 2.1.2. DoD-owned ISs and DoD-controlled ISs operated by a contractor or other entity on behalf of the Department of Defense that receive, process, store, display, or transmit DoD information, regardless of classification or sensitivity, consistent with Reference (b). 2.2. Nothing in this Instruction shall alter or supersede the existing authorities and policies of the Director of National Intelligence regarding the protection of Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) and special access programs for intelligence as directed by Executive Order 12333 (Reference (i)) and other laws and regulations. The application of the provisions and procedures of this Instruction to SCI or other intelligence ISs is encouraged where they may complement or discuss areas not otherwise specifically addressed. 3. DEFINITIONS Terms used in this Instruction are defined in Enclosure 2. 4. POLICY It is DoD policy that: 4.1. The Department of Defense shall certify and accredit ISs through an enterprise process for identifying, implementing, and managing IA capabilities and services. IA capabilities and services are expressed as IA controls as defined in Reference (d). IA controls are maintained through a DoD-wide configuration control and management (CCM) process that considers the GIG......

Words: 16882 - Pages: 68