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襄阳治咽炎哪里好襄阳治咽喉炎的公立医院有哪些Pizza as health food? Food chemists say yesWant a slice of pizza?It's the junk food junkie's wildest dream come true -- pizza as health food.University of Maryland food chemists said on Monday they had found ways to enhance the antioxidant content of whole-grain wheat pizza dough by baking it longer at higher temperatures and giving the dough lots of time to rise.Antioxidants are substances that protect cells from damage caused by unstable molecules known as free radicals. Some experts believe antioxidants can lower the risk of cancer, heart disease and other ailments.Lucy Yu, a food chemistry professor, said the findings arose from broader research into ways to improve health-promoting properties of wheat-based food products."The reason that we chose pizza is just because it is a very popular food product, not only in the U.S. but worldwide," researcher Jeffrey Moore added."So we thought if we could find ways to improve (its antioxidant) properties, doing this for such a product could have a larger impact on public health," Moore added.But Moore had a slice of advice for pizza aficionados who might want to cover theircrustwith mounds of fatty toppings like extra cheese, pepperoni, sausage and ground beef."If you're adding back all these other things that have potential negative health consequences, then you're negating anything that you're adding in terms of (health) value," Moore said.The research wasserved upat a meeting of the American Chemical Society in Chicago, a mecca for thick-crust pizza.“垃圾食品”狂热者们最美妙的梦想实现了--比萨被认定为健康食品。马里兰大学的食品化学专家们于本周一公布,他们已发现提高全麦比萨生面团中抗氧化物含量的方法,即用更高的温度烘烤、延长烘烤时间及生面团发面的时间。抗氧化物是一种能够保护体内细胞免受不稳定粒子自由基破坏的物质。一些专家认为,抗氧化物能够降低患癌症、心脏病等疾病的风险。食品化学教授Lucy Yu说,这些发现源自一项范围更广的、有关如何提高全麦食品中所含有益健康成分的研究。研究员杰弗里·尔说:"我们之所以选择比萨作为研究对象,主要是因为比萨是一种十分流行的食品,不仅在美国如此,在世界各地都很流行。"他说:"所以我们想,如果能找到提高比萨中所含抗氧化物的方法,那么为这样一种食品做研究将能对大众健康产生更大的影响。"但尔对那些想在比萨外壳上加很多如奶酪、辣味香肠、腊肠或牛肉粒等浇头的比萨爱好者们提了一条建议。尔说:“如果你把那些不利于健康的东西又都给加了回去,那之前加进来的有益物质都起不到作用了。”这项研究在美国化学研究学会在“厚皮比萨之乡”芝加哥召开的一个会议上公布。Vocabulary: crust : the hard outer portion or surface area of b(面包外壳)serve up: 提出;提供;端出(菜肴) /200808/46487襄阳市医院流鼻血专家 Teacher tells class that Santa isn't realA primary school teacher left a class of 25 pupils in tears when she told them Santa Claus does not exist.The supply teacher blurted out: "it's your parents who leave out presents on Chrsitmas Day" when excited youngsters got rowdy as they talked about Christmas.The class of seven-year-olds at Blackshaw Lane Primary School, Royton, near Oldham, Greater Manchester burst into tears and told their parents when they got home.The parents then complained about the incident and were sent a letter by the school saying the teacher has been disciplined over the gaffe.One father said: "My son came home and said that his substitute teacher had told the class that Santa doesn't exist and it's your mum and dad that put out presents for them."Apparently, they were all talking about Christmas and being a bit rowdy. She just came straight out with it."My lad was nearly in tears and so was everyone else in the class - especially as it was so close to Christmas. I thought it was wrong."He was distraught about it. He's only seven-years-old and it's part of the magic of Christmas to him."We told him that she did not believe in Father Christmas because of her religion and he's fine now."A lot of parents were disgusted and complained to the school. If she was a regular teacher then I think a lot more would have been done."Angela McCormick, the headteacher, refused to comment on the incident.Oldham Council's service director for children, young people and families, Janet Doherty, said: "This is a matter for the individual school to resolve."We have every confidence that the head will deal with it sensitively and appropriately." /200812/59101Michael is the kind of guy you love to hate. He is always in a good mood and always has something positive to say. When someone would ask him how he was doing, he would reply, "If I were any better, I'd be twins!" He was a natural motivator.If an employee was having a bad day, Michael was there telling the employee how to look on the positive side of the situation. Seeing this style really made me curious, so one day I went up to Michael and asked him, "I don' t get it. You can' t be positive all the time. How do you do it?"Michael replied, each morning I wake up and say to myself 'Mike, you have two choices today. You can choose to be in a good mood or you can choose to be in a bad mood.' I choose to be in a good mood. Each time something bad happens, I can choose to be a victim or choose to learn from it. I choose to learn from it. Every time someone comes to me complaining I can choose to accept their complaining or I can point out the positive side of life. I choose the positive side of life.""Yeah, right. It isn't that easy." I protested."Yes it is, " Michael said. "Life is all about choices. When you cut away all the junk, every situation is a choice. You choose how you react to situations. You choose how people will affect your mood. You choose to be in a good mood or bad mood. The bottom line is: It's your choice how you live life. " I reflected on what Michael said.Soon thereafter, I left the big enterprise that I had worked in for years to start my own business. We lost touch, but I often though about him when I made a choice about life instead of reacting to it. Several years later, I heard Michael was involved in a serious accident, falling off 60 feet from a communications tower.After l8 hours of surgery, and weeks of intensive care, Michael was released from the hospital with rods placed in his back. I saw Michael about six months after the accident. When I asked him how he was, he replied, "If I were any better, I'd be twins. Wanna see my scars?" I declined to see his wounds, but did ask him what had gone through his mind as the accident took place."The first thing that went through my mind was the well being of my soon-to-born daughter," Michael replied. "Then, as I lay on the ground, remembered I had two choices: I could choose to live or I could choose to die. I chose to live." "Weren't you scared? Did you lose consciousness?" I asked. Michael continued, "... the paramedics were great. They kept telling me I was going to be fine. But when they wheeled me into the operation room and I saw the expressions on the faces of the doctors and nurses, I got really scared. In their eyes, l 'He's a dead man.' I knew I needed to take action." "What did you do?" I asked. "Well, there was a big burly nurse shouting questions at me" said Michael. "She asked me if I was allergic to anything. 'Yes,' I said. The doctors and nurses stopped working as they waited for my reply. I took a deep breath and yelled", 'Gravity'" Over their laughter, I told them, 'I'm choosing to live. Operate on me as if I am alive, not dead'."Michael lived, thanks to the skill of his doctors, but also because of his amazing attitude.I learned from him that every day we have a choice to live fully. Attitude is everything. 迈克尔是那种你总想恨一恨的家伙。他总是能保持良好的情绪,总是能说出很多积极的话来。如果有人问他近况怎样,他就会答道“如果我能再好点的话,那我一定还可以再分身成两个人呢!”他是天生的乐观派。如果哪位雇员的一天过的并不如意的话,迈克尔就会告诉他怎样去从事情好的方面去看待问题。他处理事情的这种方式让我很是好奇,于是有一天,我找到迈克尔问道“我不太明白,你不可能一直这么乐观的吧?!你是怎样做到的?”他回答我说,每天早上我一醒来就会对自己说,“麦克,今天你有两种选择,你可以选择好心情当然也可以选择坏心情,于是我就会选择让自己心情好起来;每当有不好的事情发生,我可以选择成为受害者,也可以选择从中学到东西,于是我就会选择从这件事中总结教训,从而明白一些道理;每当有人到我这里来抱怨时,我可以选择接受他们的抱怨,也可以选择为他们指出生活中的积极面,我选择后者。”“是这样没错,但却并不容易做到啊”我质疑道。“其实要做到并不难,”迈克尔说,“生活中充满了选择,当你把所有多余的东西删掉时,就只剩下选择了。你选择怎样去应对生活中的种种情形,你选择他人如何影响你的情绪,你选择要自己的心情好还是坏。说到底,最终还是你自己选择该去怎样生活。”我默默揣着迈克尔的这番话。不久之后,我离开工作了多年的大企业开始自己创业,我们便失去了联系。每当我对生活中的种种做出选择而不是去消极应对时,我时常会想起迈克尔。没过几年,我便听说他遭遇了一起很严重的事故—从一座通讯大楼的60英尺处摔了下来。在历时18小时的手术抢救以及随后数周的精心呵护之后,迈克尔出院了,他的后背被植入了钢棍。我问他感觉怎样,他回答我说“如果我能再好点的话,那我一定还可以再分身成两个人呢!想要见识一下我的疤痕吗?”我拒绝了,但却问了他在事故发生的那一刻脑中在想些什么。“我所想的第一件事就是我即将出世的女儿以后的幸福生活,”迈克尔回答我说,“当我躺在地上的时候,我依然牢记我还有两种选择,我可以选择继续活下去,也可以选择就这样死去,我要活下去。”“你当时不害怕吗,有没有失去知觉呢?”我问。迈克尔继续说道,“那些救护人员棒极了,他们不停的告诉我说我会好起来的。但当他们把我推进手术室时,我分明看见了那些医护人员脸上的表情,我很害怕。他们眼神里所流露出来的神情明明就是在说,‘这是一个死人’。我知道自己必须要有所行动才行。”“你是怎样做的?”我问他,“哦,有一个人高马大的护士冲我问问题,”迈克尔回忆道,“她问我是否对什么东西过敏。‘是的’我说于是医生和护士们都停下手中的活儿等我回答。我深吸一口气,笑着说 “地心引力”,在他们的笑声中,我说“我选择继续活下去,希望你们为我做手术时把我看成是有生命的,而不是一具死尸。”迈克尔活了下来,多亏了那些医术高明的医生,当然还有他自己那令人惊叹的态度。迈克尔让我懂得了一个道理,那就是人生中的每一天我们都可以选择充实的活着,态度决定一切。 /200811/54702襄阳市中心医院看小儿扁桃体肥大大概多少钱费用

襄阳市中医院 治疗咽喉疾病哪家医院最好大假之后总有体重增加的苦恼,眼看春天就要来临,抓紧时间甩掉赘肉才是正经事。现在就来看看小编为你推荐的节后减肥六大妙招,改掉生活坏习惯、减肥也不是难事啦!1. Chew Gum Volunteers who chewed gum for 15 minutes each hour between lunch and a snack consumed 60 fewer calories from sweets than when they went gum-free.嚼口香糖 志愿者参与的调查显示,在午餐和下午茶之间每小时嚼15分钟口香糖的人能比其他人多消耗掉来自甜品的60卡路里。 /201102/125799樊城区妇幼保健中医院治疗声带小结多少钱 A short young man was running behind a bus which was full of passengers. But the bus still ran at a great speed.  "Stop, stop, " a passenger looked out of the window, and shouted at the young man, "you can't catch it ! "  "I must," the young fellow said, out of breath, "because I'm only driver of the bus." out of breath 上气不接下气 我是司机  在一辆满载乘客的公共汽车后面,一位小个子青年在奔跑着。气车仍在高速前进。  “停下吧,”一位乘客把头伸出窗子,对小个子喊道,“你追不上的!”  “我必须追上,”小个子气喘吁吁地说,“我是司机!”【Exercises】根据短文判断下列句子正(T)、(F):① The young man who was running behind the bus was tall.② The bus was half full of passengers.③ The bus was running very fast.④ The passenger bad pity on the young man.⑤ The young man was the driver.【参考】①F②F③T④T⑤T襄阳四院医院耳鼻喉专科

谷城县治疗鼻息肉哪家好1、非常自私的女人Selfish women /200911/89518 很多人都知道,在西方国家13是个不吉利的数字。有很多楼层、门牌号都会直接跳过13,12之后直接是14,或是用12A代替13。那么,为什么13是个不吉利的数字呢?原因有很多种:  1. 最后的晚餐中的13门徒  Some Christian traditions have it that at the Last Supper, Judas, the disciple who betrayed Jesus, was the 13th to sit at the table.  传说耶稣遇难前和弟子们共进了一次晚餐。参加晚餐的第13个人是耶稣的弟子犹大。就是这个犹大为了30块银元,把耶稣出卖给犹太教当局,致使耶稣受尽折磨。而且参加最后晚餐的是13个人,晚餐的日期恰逢13日,“13”给耶稣带来苦难和不幸。从此,“13”被认为是不幸的象征,也成为背叛和出卖的同义词。 /201004/102763襄樊市治疗耳聋大概多少钱费用襄阳市中医院鼻窦炎看怎么样好不好




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