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Eat, But Don't Drink Up Well, in a recent study on nutrition, participants spent one month drinking a sugary beverage, and another month eating a solid, sugary food. Anyway the researchers monitored the participants' weight and eating habits. It turned out that they gained more weight in the month that they were drinking the extra calories than they did in the month they were eating them. But aren't extra calories just extra calories? Yes. But apparently solids and liquids don't digest the same way in our bodies. When you eat solids, you get full. So participants unconsciously ended up eating less of something else to compensate, which made up for some of those extra calories. When you drink, it doesn't really affect your hunger pangs because it doesn't fill you up, and so you'll probably end up eating the same amount whether you drink water or drink beer. Right. So these findings may help explain why Americans have gained so much weight over the past decade, even as fat consumption and exercise levels have remained more or less the same. So fat is entirely to blame after all? Not all by itself apparently. We simply can't continue to ignore all those extra calories people are getting from beverages like beer, whole milk, juice, sugary sodas, high protein shakes, sport drinks, specialty coffees and teas. Enough! Enough! I get it! Just try to control yourself, Don. Moderation is the key! 近日,科学家做了一项有关营养的研究,测试者在一个月内喝含糖饮料;而另一月吃含糖固体食物。 研究人员观察了受测者的饮食习惯和体重。研究结果表示,相比固体食物,受测者在喝含糖饮料的那个月体重增加的更多。 但是,增加的体重不就是吃下的热量吗? 是的,但是,很显然,固体和液体在体内消化的方式不同。吃固体的食物有饱腹感。所以,受测者会无意识地不多吃,而喝饮料无饱腹感,就会吃其它的食物来补充,这样反而吃得更多。 因为喝饮料并不能饱腹,所以喝饮料并不足减少饥饿感。所以,你可能最好注意喝饮料和饮酒,同样会让你长胖。 这些研究就解释了及时脂肪消耗和运动水平和过去几十年想当,为何美国人却长胖了这么多。 那么,脂肪就是罪魁祸首吗? 当然并非如此,我们不能再忽视其它饮料酒水途径:啤酒、全脂奶、果汁、含糖苏打水、高蛋白奶昔、运动饮料、特色咖啡还有茶。 够了!我懂了! 你要学会控制自己,适度饮食才是关键。 /201110/158021。

Cologne, Germany 德国科隆  The chocolate capital of Germany, Cologne is the home of the Stollwerck chocolate company. For the 150th anniversary of the company a museum exhibit was created to celebrate their history. Since then, the exhibit has grown into an entire museum. The Imhoff Stollwerck museum has interactive exhibits, samples and a giant chocolate fountain.   科隆是德国的巧克力之都,老牌的巧克力生产商Stollwerck的工厂就坐落于此。为了纪念该品牌诞生150周年,当地物馆曾举办了一次展览,不过随后该展览本身亦被扩建为一座物馆。Imhoff Stollwerck物馆展出各种各样的巧克力,还有互动展示区和一个巨大的巧克力喷泉。  Tain L’Hermitage, France 法国小镇Tain L’Hermitage  A small town in the heart of wine country, Tain L’Hermitage is the home of the world-renowned chocolate producer, Valrhona. A great stop is the Valrhona Ecole du Grand Chocolat, a school that teaches professional chefs, chocolatiers and caterers. They even host a three-day course that teaches amateurs how to make deserts。  小镇Tain L’Hermitage位于法国中部,是世界著名巧克力品牌Valrhona的发祥地。该地的名胜之一是Valrhona巧克力学校,专门培养专业的厨师、巧克力制造商和宴会承办人。该学校甚至开设了一门为期三天的课程,教授业余爱好者们如何制作甜点。  Hershey, America 美国小镇Hershey  Dubbed “the Sweetest Place on Earth,” the town (originally called Derry Church) was renamed Hershey in 1906 due to the popularity of Hershey chocolates. “Chocolatetown, USA” has branded itself as an American chocolate center and some popular chocolatey attractions include Hershey’s Chocolate World, The Hershey Story Museum and the Chocolate Spa.   美国小镇Hershey被称为“世界上最甜蜜的地方”。该小镇原本名为Derry Church,1906年,好时(Hershey)巧克力风靡世界,小镇遂改名为Hershey。该镇的著名景点包括好时巧克力世界,好时物馆和巧克力SPA。  New York, America 美国纽约  As with most things in New York City, the chocolatiers here have come from all corners of the globe, and have brought with them their recipes for scrumptious  chocolate treats. Besides all of the fantastic chocolate shops in the city, visitors can take a chocolate tour with either the New Cuisine Chocolate Tour or the Luxury Chocolate Tour, where you can learn about the history of the shops you visit and sample some of their chocolates。  跟纽约的其他事物一样,纽约的巧克力制造商也是来自世界各地,并带来了他们顶尖的巧克力配方。除了逛逛遍布全城巧克力商店,游客还可以来一场巧克力之旅(有两条路线可供选择),了解这些商店的历史,并且试吃一下他们的巧克力。  Villajoyosa, Spain 西班牙城市Villajoyosa  Villajoyosa’s chocolate history began in the 18th century when it began importing cocoa beans from Venezuela and Ecuador. Today chocolate production is still booming as the town is home to Spain’s oldest gourmet chocolate producer, Valor, which was founded in 1881. Villajoyosa also boasts an excellent chocolate museum that not only showcases the history of Villajoyosa’s chocolate production but also how local favorites are made。  西班牙城市Villajoyosa早在18世纪就与巧克力结缘,当时它开始从委内瑞拉和厄瓜多尔进口可可豆。时至今日巧克力产业在当地依然繁荣。该城是西班牙最古老的巧克力品牌Valor(创立于1881年)的发源地。Villajoyosa同样有一座它引以为荣的巧克力物馆,馆内不仅展示了Villajoyosa生产巧克力的历史,也展示了当地极受欢迎的各种巧克力是如何制造的。 /201108/147729。

1.They always smell good , even if it#39;s just shampoo.   她们总是香气袭人,即使只是从发间散发出来的香波味道。   2.The way their heads always find the right spot on your shoulder.   她们的头舒适的斜椅在你肩上的模样。   3.The ease with which they fit into your arms.   她们投入你怀中的惬意。   4.The way they kiss you and all of sudden everything is right in the world.   她们吻你时,世界瞬间变得美妙。   5.How cute they are when they eat.   她们吃东西时的可爱模样。   6.The way they take hours to dress , but in the end it#39;s all worthwhile.她们需要数小时打扮,功夫不负有心人。   7.Because they are always warm , even when it#39;s minus thirty degrees outside.   室外零下30度,但她们全身总是很温暖。   8.The way they look good no matter what they wear.   她们穿什么都显得漂亮。   9.The way they fish for compliments.   她们恳求被别人恭维的样子。   10.How cute they are when they argue.   她们争论的样子多可爱。   11.The way you feel when you see your name on the pager after you just had a big fight.   大闹一场后,呼机上又有她的信号时你的感受。   12.The way they smile.   她们微笑的模样。   13.The way their hands always find yous.   她们的手永远会找到你的手。   14.The way they say ;Let#39;s not fight anymore ,; even though you know an hour later~~~   她们说;我们休战吧!;,天知道一小时后会发生什么~~~   15.The way they kiss you when you say ;I love you;. nboard.nciku.cn   当你说;我爱你;时,她们亲吻你的样子。   16.The way they fall into your arms when they cry.   她们哭时投入你的怀抱时的模样。  17.The way they hit you and expect it to hurt.   她们气呼呼的打你,希望打疼你的样子。   18.Then the way they apologzie when it does hurt (even though we don#39;t admit it).   真的把你打痛了又向你道歉的样子(尽管男孩们不愿承认)。   19.The way they say ;I miss you ;.   她们说;我想你;的甜蜜样。   20.The way their tears make you want to change the world so that it doesn#39;t hurt them anymore.   她们的眼泪使你愿意为了她们去改变世界,好让她们不再伤心。 /201111/161339。

1. Choose a dramatic setting for your first date, such as a roller coaster, or go to see a nerve-jangling movie such as Fatal Attraction. Scientists suspect the buzz of adrenaline this causes is confused with the thrill of attraction. 为首次约会安排一些惊险刺激的活动,如乘坐过山车或是观看一部惊险刺激的电影。专家怀疑,人体瑟瑟发抖与肾上腺素的分泌存在某些关系。2. Mirror the other person's gestures, for example by taking a sip of your drink at the same time. Research shows that copying the other person helps create a feeling of affinity. 模仿对方的动作,如在对方喝饮料时自己也跟着来一口。研究结果显示,模仿对方的动作可以让彼此产生亲近感。3. Share a joke or engineer a comic situation, such as learning new dance steps while one of you is blindfolded. Scientists found an experience that makes you laugh creates a feeling of closeness. 分享一则笑话或制造出轻松诙谐的气氛,如将对方的眼睛蒙起来,然后教他跳新的舞步。专家发现,这样的经历可以让你们开怀大笑,而两人之间的亲密感也由此产生。4. Get the soundtrack right. It has long been said that music is the food of love and many people will turn to romantic tunes such as those by Marvin Gaye or Barry White to create the right mood. Rock music has also been proved to work.分享音乐。长期以来,音乐都被认为是爱情的养料,恋爱中的许多人都爱听浪漫情歌。除此之外,专家发现,洋溢的摇滚乐也是强有效的爱情催化剂。5. Take exercise together, possibly by playing sport or jogging. This boosts dopamine levels in the brain. 一起做运动。一起跑步或进行其它健身运动。专家认为,一起运动可以促进脑部多巴胺(一种与人产生感情有关的物质)的分泌。 /200903/65640。

一般美国家庭中,孩子们称父母为Dad,Mom,Daddy,Mommy,Pa,Ma等。兄弟之间则一律直呼其名。有时也会听到哥哥弟弟称们为Sis.对爸爸妈妈的父母统称grandparents.实在需要说明时,可以说paternal/maternal grandparents或grandparents on my mother's side/on my father's side.  另外,常听人称祖母为Nana,同中文的“奶奶”很接近,据说是来自“奶妈”“保姆”(Nanny)一词。  结婚以后,有的家庭鼓励夫妻双方称对方的父母为父母,而有些父母则更愿意让女婿、儿媳直呼其名。据说,这跟家庭的“阶层”有关:一般蓝领阶层家庭似乎愿意让女婿、儿媳称父母;而白领家庭则更愿意保持一定距离。  对父母的兄弟的孩子们,一概称Cousin,属于first cousin.而second cousin是指远房堂兄弟或远房表兄弟(即父母的堂表兄弟的子女),同属一个曾祖父母的血缘关系。不管多复杂的关系,在美语里,也只能说“This is my second cousin."  对父母的兄弟,称Uncle和Aunt.后面一般都带上他们的名字,比如Uncle Jim或Aunt Betty等。所以,在美国,别指望同事和朋友的孩子们经常叫你“叔叔、阿姨”。内容来自: /201108/150290。

New season requires new trends! It's time we upgrade our wardrobe as spring/summer 2011 fashion trends are here with a playful, fun and energetic vibe. 新的季节期待着新的风尚!2011春夏时尚风向现在在这样一个好玩,有趣和充满活力的氛围里呈现了,是时候升级我们的衣橱啦!An amazing burst of bright colors, a wide palette of delicious tangerine, explosion of flowers, an optimistic feel of the '70s, innocent white lace and pure second-skin shades, timeless denim, versatile crisp white shirts, and flowing maxi dresses are among the hottest trends for the warm season that is just around the corner.明亮颜色的惊艳爆发,多种美味的橘子色掉,碎花,70年代的感觉,无邪的白色蕾丝和纯净的裸色,永不过时的牛仔布料,褶皱白衬衫,飘逸的长裙都是即将到来的春夏季最热门的潮流趋势。During spring everything comes to life, even our dull winter wardrobe. If during the cold season we are not so daring when it comes to wearing vibrant colors, summer instead is perfect for trying fruity, delicious shades. Well, spring/summer 2011 fashion trends make no exception as they come with a riot of brights brightening up our boring outfits. After the famous camel, it is time for tangerine to spice up your wardrobe. This season don't be afraid to break all fashion rules and mix dazzling bright colors at ease. On the other hand, if you are not sure the "color blocking" trend suits you, wear a dress in a candy color or pair brights with neutrals. 春回大地,万物复苏,我们暗淡的冬装衣橱也是时候醒来了。如果说在寒冷的冬季我们谈到穿鲜艳色的衣时都不敢尝试,相反,那么夏天就是尝试水果色、甜美色的绝佳时候。2011春夏时尚潮流毫无例外的带来了一系列亮色,给我们索然无味的装备增色不少。在著名的camel之后,是橙色登场令你衣橱焕然一新的时候啦。这个季度就尽情地打破各种时尚法则,随心所欲的搭配各种炫目的色吧。另一方面,如果你不确定拼色碰撞是否适合你,你可以穿一条糖果色的裙子或者明亮的中性色的裤子。 /201103/129574。