Movie Trailer Kick-Ass 2

Kick-Ass, Hit Girl and Red Mist return for the follow-up to 2010's irreverent global hit: Kick-Ass 2. After Kick-Ass' (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) insane bravery inspires a new wave of self-made masked crusaders, led by the badass Colonel Stars and Stripes (Jim Carrey), our hero joins them on patrol. When these amateur superheroes are hunted down by Red Mist (Christopher Mintz-Plasse)

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Thursday, December 29, 2011

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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Have yourself a 'Berry' little Christmas, people! There’s a Blackberry to be won every week!

Have yourself a 'Berry' little Christmas, people! There’s a Blackberry to be won every week!: U Mobile is giving out BlackBerry Torch and Bold smartphones every week from now till 31 December 2011! Just subscribe to an Unlimited Prepaid BIS plan of your choice for as low as RM 0.88/day, RM 5.50/week or RM 19/month and find out which BlackBerry phone might be yours to win. If you’re unlucky this week, try again next week! Subscription is made easy via UMB or SMS. Visit u.com.my/winablackberry for all the details.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

TVSearch • Watch Paranormal Activity 3 (2011) Online for Free!

TVSearch • Watch Paranormal Activity 3 (2011) Online for Free!

Here i put a movie. so i hope you all can enjoy. the quality not ok but still can watch. please leave a comment. tq

Monday, October 31, 2011

Giuliana Rancic fights breast cancer. Follow her lead and get an early mammogram today!

Giuliana Rancic fights breast cancer. Follow her lead and get an early mammogram today!: Looking fit and having one of the most interesting careers, Giuliana Rancic was all about living a year of fun this 2011. Planning to undergo IVF treatment to conceive a baby, Rancic was determined to have a child with husband, Bill Rancic even through her busy life as the co-host of E! News. However, all plans came to a standstill this mid-October as Rancic's mammogram test revealed that the 36 year old host was diagnosed with early stages of breast cancer.At a young age, Rancic was shocked with the life-threatening news and did not expect it coming. Not able to continue with her IVF treatment, Giuliana is still determined to have a full recovery and would still like to be a mother one day. Coming out to the public wasn't easy after receiving the

Saturday, October 29, 2011

I'm in love with my grandson - and we're having a baby!



A 72 year old granny is having an incestuous affair with her own grandson and the pair are set to have a baby, according to reports.

More story click here -> Gran and grandson to have baby

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried acting together, how is it gonna be?

Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried acting together, how is it gonna be?: In the future people stop aging at 25 and must work to buy themselves more time, but when a young man finds himself with more time than he can imagine he must run from the corrupt police force to save his life.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

RunFest Cyberjaya 2012

RunFest Cyberjaya 2012: A running movement with a difference. FUHREAL.A community that runs together, stays together. In the spirit of all things communal and good, we bring you RunFest Cyberjaya 2012, a social initiative by runfool.WHAT IS RUNFEST?A fun run. And when we say fun, WE MEAN FUN. There will be a bazaar, music &performances, workshops & of course, food & beverage tents. Inspired by the sport houses during our good ‘ol primary schooling years (Rumah Biru, Rumah Merah, Rumah Hijau, anyone?), RunFest will be made up of 4 different tribes that compete against each other.The tribes compete for medals. Compete for sport. Compete for bragging rights. Compete for no apparent reason. Compete for fun!WHO CAN JOIN?You. Your boyfriend. Your girlfriend. Your spouse. Your parents. Your parents’ parents. Your BFF. Your neighbor. Your evil boss. Your pet cat. RunFest is open to everyone!All forms of runners, especially newbies are welcomed. But we do have limited spots of only 1000 runners. So you know the drill, first come-first served.“PROJEK KASUT”Yes, it is fun & games. But we’re also initiating an independent community donation drive aiming to collect gently-used running shoes for the underprivileged. As a start, shoes that are collected will be donated to the Trainees of Monfort Youth Training Centre in Kinarut, Sabah. Trainees at MYTC are made of about 140 youths between the ages of 16 to 20. The donated running shoes will be used to support the school's extracurricular activities. It’s our small contribution towards building the rural communities in Malaysia.

Monday, October 3, 2011

ACAI BERRY FRUIT







The açaí palm (Portuguese: [aˌsaˈi]  (Euterpe oleracea) is a species of palm tree in the genus Euterpe cultivated for their fruit and superior hearts of palm. Its name comes from thePortuguese adaptation of the Tupian word ïwasa'i, '[fruit that] cries or expels water'. Global demand for the fruit has expanded rapidly in recent years, and açaí is now cultivated for that purpose primarily. The closely related species Euterpe edulis (juçara) is now predominantly used for hearts of palm.
Eight species are native to Central and South America, from Belize southward to Brazil and Peru, growing mainly in swamps and floodplains. Açaí palms are tall, slender palms growing to 15–30 meters, with pinnate leaves up to 3 meters long.


HARVESTING AND USES.


Fruit

The fruit, a small, round, black-purple drupe about 1 inch (25 mm) in circumference, similar in appearance but smaller than a grape and with less pulp, is produced in branched panicles of 500 to 900 fruits. The exocarp of the ripe fruits is a deep purple color, or green, depending on the kind of açaí and its maturity. The mesocarp is pulpy and thin, with a consistent thickness of 1 mm or less. It surrounds the voluminous and hard endocarp, which contains a single large seed about 0.25–0.40 inches (7–10 mm) in diameter. The seed makes up about 80% of the fruit (Schauss, 2006c). Two crops of fruit are produced each year. The fruits can be harvested and consumed.


A grove of Açaí palms in Brazil

Açaí palm

Serving of açaí pulp

Separation of açaí pulp from seeds in market Belém, Pará Brazil

In a study of three traditional Caboclo populations in the Brazilian Amazon, açaí palm was described as the most important plant species because the fruit makes up a major component of their diet, up to 42% of the total food intake by weight.[1]
In the northern state of Pará, Brazil, açaí pulp is traditionally served in gourds called "cuias" with tapioca and, depending on the local preference, can be consumed either salty or sweet (sugar,rapadura, and honey are known to be used in the mix). Açaí has become popular in southern Brazil where it is consumed cold as açaí na tigela ("açaí in the bowl"), mostly mixed with granola. Açaí is also consumed in Brazil as an ice cream flavor or juice. The juice has also been used in a flavored liqueur.
Today, a half-dozen brands market açaí in the beverage space.[2] Although most açaí is grown conventionally, the US company Sambazon established USDA Organic certification for their açai palm plantations in 2003 and has also implemented fair trade certification.[3]
In 2005, an article published by Greenpeace International stated that “the tasty dark violet wine of açaí is the most important non-wood forest product in terms of money from the river delta of the Amazon.” [4] In 2008, the Los Angeles Times reported that açaí is a renewable resource that can provide a sustainable livelihood for subsistence harvesters without damaging the Amazon Rainforest. The Times noted that wild harvesting of açaí may contribute to forest preservation and support of harvesting families, thereby making the forest more economical intact rather than cut down. While conventionally grown, monoculture açaí farming is a threat to the rainforest, açaí has been used to successfully reforest already degraded regions.[5] In May 2009, Bloomberg reported that the expanding popularity of açaí in the United States was "depriving Brazilian jungle dwellers of a protein-rich nutrient they’ve relied on for generations."[6]
In the regions of açaí production, such as Pará, açaí palms have replaced sugar cane and other cultivation choices more damaging to the natural environment, such as cattle farming.[citation needed] Such practices indicate that systematic cultivation and reliable commercial supplies may be more prevalent.

Other uses

Apart from the use of its fruit as food or beverage, the açaí palm has other commercial uses. Leaves may be made into hats, mats, baskets, brooms and roof thatch for homes, and trunk wood, resistant to pests, for building construction.[7] Tree trunks may be processed to yield minerals.[8] The palm heart is widely exploited as a delicacy.[9]
Comprising 80% of the fruit mass, açaí seeds may be ground for livestock food or as a component of organic soil for plants. Planted seeds are used for new palm tree stock, which, under the right growing conditions, requires months to form seedlings.[citation needed] The seeds are a source of polyunsaturated and saturated fatty acids




Nutritional content

A powdered preparation of freeze-dried açaí fruit pulp and skin was reported to contain (per 100 g of dry powder) 533.9 calories, 52.2 g carbohydrates, 8.1 g protein, and 32.5 g total fat. The carbohydrate portion included 44.2 g of dietary fiber and low sugar value (pulp is not sweet).[11] The powder was also shown to contain (per 100 g): negligible vitamin C, 260 mg calcium, 4.4 mg iron, and 1002 U vitamin A, as well as aspartic acid and glutamic acid; the amino acid content was 7.59% of total dry weight (versus 8.1% protein).
The fat content of açaí consists of oleic acid (56.2% of total fats), palmitic acid (24.1%), and linoleic acid (12.5%).[11] Açaí also contains beta-sitosterol (78–91% of total sterols).[11][12] The oil compartments in açaí fruit contain polyphenols such as procyanidin oligomers and vanillic acid, syringic acid, p-hydroxybenzoic acidprotocatechuic acid, and ferulic acid, which were shown to degrade substantially during storage or exposure to heat.


Food product

In the general consumer market, açaí is sold as frozen pulp, juice, or an ingredient in various products from beverages (including the grain alcohol, VeeV), smoothies and foods to cosmetics and supplements.

Dietary supplement

In 2004, it became popular to consume açaí as a supplement due in part to the rapid success of multi-level marketing company MonaVie that sells an açaí blend tonic for $40 a bottle and the proliferation of various açaí supplement companies that misused celebrity names like Oprah Winfrey and Rachael Ray to promote açaí weight loss pills online.[14]
Marketers of these products make unfounded claims that açaí and its antioxidant qualities provide a variety of health benefits, none of which has scientific confirmation to date. False claims include reversal of diabetes and other chronic illnesses, as well as expanding size of the penis and increasing men's sexual virility and sexual attractiveness to women.[15] As of August 2011, there are no scientifically controlled studies supporting any health benefits from consuming açaí. No açaí products have been evaluated (in the United States) by the FDA, and their efficacy is doubtful.[16] Specifically, there is no scientific evidence that açaí consumption affects body weight, promotes weight loss or has any positive health effect.[17]
According to the Washington, D.C. based Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) thousands of consumers have had trouble stopping recurrent charges on their credit cards when they cancel free trials of açai-based products.[18][19] Even some web sites purporting to warn about açai-related scams are themselves perpetrating scams.[17]
In late 2008, lawyers for The Oprah Winfrey Show began investigating statements from supplement manufacturers who alleged that frequent Oprah guest Dr. Mehmet Oz had recommended their product or açai in general for weight loss.


Polyphenols and antioxidant activity in vitro


A comparative analysis from in vitro studies reported that açaí has intermediate polyphenol content and antioxidant potency among 11 varieties of frozen juice pulps, scoring lower than acerola, mango, strawberry, and grapes.[20]
A powdered preparation of freeze-dried açaí fruit pulp and skin was shown to contain anthocyanins (3.19 mg/g); however, anthocyanins accounted for only about 10% of the overall antioxidant capacity in vitro.[21] The powdered preparation was also reported to contain twelve flavonoid-like compounds, including homoorientinorientintaxifolindeoxyhexoseisovitexinscoparin, as well as proanthocyanidins (12.89 mg/g), and low levels of resveratrol (1.1 μg/g).[11] A study on another different freeze-dried açaí product (Opti-Acai) reported that the formulation contained much lower levels of anthocyanins, proanthocyanadins, and other polyphenol compounds as compared with blueberries and other antioxidant-rich fruits.[22]
In an in vitro study of different açaí varieties for their antioxidant capacity, a white one displayed no antioxidant activity against different oxygen radicals, whereas the purple variety most often used commercially had antioxidant activity against peroxyl radicals and to a lesser extent peroxynitrite but little activity against hydroxyl radicals.[21]
Freeze-dried açaí powder was found to have antioxidant activity in vitro against superoxide and peroxyl radicals, and mild activity for peroxynitrite and hydroxyl radicals.[22] The powder was reported to inhibit hydrogen peroxide-induced oxidation in neutrophils, and to have a slight stimulatory effect on the reactive radical, nitric oxide.[23]
Extracts of açaí seeds were reported to have antioxidant capacity in vitro against peroxyl radicals, similar to the antioxidant capacity of the pulp, with higher antioxidant capacity against peroxynitrite and hydroxyl radicals.[24]
The anthocyanins of fruit likely have relevance to antioxidant capacity only in the plant's natural defensive mechanisms[25] and in vitro.[26] The Linus Pauling Institute and European Food Safety Authority state that dietary anthocyanins and other flavonoids have little or no direct antioxidant food value following digestion.[27][28][29] Unlike controlled test tube conditions, the fate of anthocyanins in vivo shows they are poorly conserved (less than 5%), with most of what is absorbed existing as chemically modified metabolites destined for rapid excretion.[30]
When the entire scientific literature to date and putative health claims of açaí are assessed, experts concluded in 2011 that the fruit is more a phenomenon of Internet marketing than of scientific substance.


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