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Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Top 10 iron-rich foods

Top 10 iron-rich foods to your diet - Know the best foods containing iron now!
Top 10 iron-rich foods

Heme and non-heme iron are the two types of iron. Heme iron is derived from animal to feed while the non-heme iron is derived from plant-based foods. Iron needs help to be ingested correctly. Vitamin C is required for the non-heme iron to be absorbed. In addition, iron is needed to build muscle and blood of healthy posture. For a person to be properly fed with iron, eating iron-rich foods is highly recommended. The following foods are rich in iron:

1. Fish - Seafood and fish, such as clams, mussels, oysters, anchovies and sardines, which are known to be rich in iron. These foods contain connective tissue proteins which make them little easier to digest and are absorbed by the body.

2. Yeast sourdough, whole wheat bread - whole wheat bread or whole wheat flour can be a great source of enzymes, vitamins and minerals such as iron, copper, cobalt and molybdenum.

3. Poultry - animal products such as chicken, turkey, duck and liver were 40% iron content for both white meat and dark meat.

4. Leafy vegetables, broccoli has 0.6 mg of iron for every cup of coffee; turnip has 0.3 mg of iron, is rich in calcium, phosphorus and magnesium, but low in calories. Cabbage and kale are also rich in iron.

5. Legumes - According to research studies in Brazil, chickpeas and beans have the highest iron content. Legumes, especially lima beans, dry beans, green peas, pinto beans are important sources of iron, particularly for pregnant women and children of primary school.

6. Rice, pasta, cereals, white bread

7. Dark meat such as beef, pork, lamb, liver and other organ meats - Medical experts recommend a moderate amount of meat, as consumption too may endanger the heart condition.

8. Dried fruits such as prunes and raisins

9. Artichokes

10. Egg yolk

Monday, 16 March 2015

Wall Street opens higher, continuing its zigzags before the Fed

Wall Street opened higher Monday, continuing its erratic to fluctuations of the dollar and the approach of a decision of the Federal Reserve (Fed): the Dow Jones took 0.61% and the Nasdaq 0.48%.

Around 1440 GMT, the index Featured Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 108.08 points to 17,857.39 points and the Nasdaq, dominated by technology, from 23.28 points 4,895.04 points.
The broader S & P 500, as many investors prefer to follow, gained 0.58%, or 11.90 points to 2065.30 points.

On Friday, the New York Stock Exchange had fallen back, his excitement being encouraged by falling oil prices and a strengthening of the dollar: the index Featured Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.82% to 17749.31 points Nasdaq, dominated by technology, 0.44% to 4871.76 points.

If Wall Street is back on higher Monday, the stock market barely sustainable choose a direction, when "investors are already looking towards the monetary policy meeting of the Fed on Wednesday in the hope that gives guidance on when it will begin to raise rates, "explained analysts at brokerage Charles Schwab.

Investors are waiting nervously to see if the Fed keeps interest rates near zero since 2008, will provide guidance on when it will withdraw the support to the economy, ie before or after the summer.

For now, Wall Street is in "a good mood", but that "has nothing to do with any big acquisition this morning, a pleasant surprise in terms of business results or positive economic indicators," listed Patrick O'Hare of

"It appears that these good intentions have largely to do with the bad provisions of the dollar," he explained.

The greenback, the sudden strengthening has contributed to nervousness on Wall Street, is taken from a small bout of weakness, which does not prevent to remain close to parity with the euro, to the meeting Fed.

As alluded to Mr. O'Hare, the economic indicators of the day generated little enthusiasm, with a very slight rebound in industrial production in February, an unexpected slowdown in manufacturing activity in the region New York this month.

The bond market was rising, the yield on 10-year Treasury falling to 2.075% against 2.119% Friday night, and that for 30 years at 2.659% against 2.700% previously.

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Olympus Stylus SH-2: travel zoom camera in retro design

The Olympus Stylus SH-2, the manufacturer has announced a new travel zoom camera. With its 24x zoom and 16 megapixels handy Compact promises scan almost every design in poster size in proper style retro style. The Olympus Stylus SH-2 is supposed to be particularly suitable for night scenes and other low light situations. The SH-2 will be available in a two-tone silver and black models and in an all-black edition. Regardless of the color scheme you choose, its top plate and control panel are made from aluminum alloy
Olympus Stylus SH-2

Olympus Stylus SH-2: Good stabilized is half the photo

With the words "unbeatable even in difficult lighting conditions" is Olympus Stylus before the SH-2. But what can I do? Maybe on a particularly bright lens or an astonishingly high light sensitivity? Neither The manufacturer justifies this statement with the built-in 5-axis image stabilizer. An effective anti-shake performance seems to be absolutely necessary in the travel zoom camera. With a maximum aperture of F3 to F6,9 the lens shows little bright. If clear, high zooms in small picture format of 25 mm to full telephoto to 600mm, required for handheld shots even under the glaring sunlight most of stabilization.

Olympus Stylus SH-2: Which way leads on what's new?

But perhaps it is the image stabilization in the Olympus Stylus SH-2 at the same effective model as the DSLM OM-D E-M5 II , which you can see in the video. Otherwise it would be a direct transfer from the SH-1 well in this case. In any case, candidates must seek innovations with the microscope: 3-inch touch screen with still sharp 460,000 subpixels, Full HD video mode at 60 frames per second, WiFi for wireless data transmission, minimum shutter speed of 1 / 2.000 seconds as well as a fleet of shooting with 11 , 5 frames per second - all that is already contained in the previous camera SH-1 . Apparently has the Olympus SH-2, only two new shooting modes: time-lapse video recording and night mode. . That's also the price is planned for April Olympus Stylus SH-2 is based on well-known figures: Around  $399.99 will travel zoom camera quote - just like the old SH-1. Since the current model yet but already has a few months to the box, there's a good piece already under manufacturer price. So whoever saves himself the two new modes, save a few dollars