6 celebrities who swear by the keto diet

The ketogenic diet — or keto diet as it is more commonly known — seems to be everywhere these days. The keto diet is a high-fat, low-carb eating plan that has skyrocketed in popularity over the last several years. According to Prevention, the keto diet plan incorporates fatty foods that are low in carbs such as bacon, eggs, avocados, and more. The diet sends the body into a state of ketosis. This is when molecules known as ketones collect in the bloodstream and cause the body’s blood sugar levels to dip. Basically, the keto diet tricks the body into burning fat for energy, instead of the body’s preferred method of… Read More

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Everything I loved and hated about the $120 Fire TV Cube, Amazon’s ambitious vision for the future of TV (AMZN)

As much as technology simplifies our lives, it can simultaneously introduce plenty of unique complications. Our smart TVs are separate from our smart speakers, which are separate from our smartphones. We have multiple TV streaming accounts and multiple music streaming accounts, and no easy way to access them all at once. This is where Amazon’s new Fire TV Cube comes in. The device — which regularly costs $120, but is on sale for $90 during Amazon’s Prime Day — seems aimed at becoming something of a hub, a place where your home technology and your entertainment technology live together in harmony. In theory, this is a solid premise. When I… Read More

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The most expensive Chinese movie ever made has been pulled from theaters after flopping horribly at the box office its opening weekend

China’s most expensive movie ever made, “Asura,” was pulled from theaters after making only $7 million in its opening weekend. Producers say that changes will be made and the movie will be released again. Producers blamed online sabotage of reviews for the movie’s low turnout, but poor marketing could have played a part. Producers have pulled the plug on the Chinese fantasy-epic movie “Asura,” which cost over $100 million to make, after it made just $7 million in its opening weekend. But it may not be the last time Chinese audiences get the chance to see it. Alibaba Pictures, along with investors Zhenjian Film Studio and Ningxia Film Group, decided… Read More

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CNN’s Anderson Cooper slams Trump-Putin press conference as ‘perhaps the most disgraceful performance by a US president’

CNN anchor Anderson Cooper called President Donald Trump’s joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin “perhaps one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president” at a summit with a Russian leader.During the rare Monday press conference in Helsinki, Trump blamed both the US and Russia for Russian meddling in the 2016 election, slammed the special counsel probe, and appeared to undermine US intelligence agencies. CNN anchor Anderson Cooper called President Donald Trump’s joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin “perhaps one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president” at a summit with a Russian leader that he had ever seen. … …read more Source::… Read More

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Twins outfielder shows you what happens when a bat flip goes wrong

The Minnesota Twins nearly got hit a few times Sunday. Benches cleared twice during the contest, but no punches were thrown. The closest anyone came to getting hurt was outfielder Eddie Rosario, who was nearly smacked in the face by his own bat. Why did Eddie Rosario flip his bat?How did Eddie Rosario’s almost hit himself with his bat flip?Should Eddie Rosario have flipped his bat?The Twins and Rays nearly got into two brawlsEddie Rosario helped the Twins win the gameTwins walk it off in dramatic fashion – – – – – – – … …read more Source:: AOL.com       

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‘An absolute disgrace’: Republicans blast Trump for his ‘disgusting’ press conference with Putin

Republicans blasted President Donald Trump for his remarks at a press conference Monday alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin. Republicans said Trump’s performance was “shameful,” “an absolute disgrace,” and “moronic.” Republicans blasted President Donald Trump for his performance during a press conference Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland. The press conference, which followed an hours-long private meeting between Trump and Putin, featured the president casting doubt over the US intelligence assessment that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election. He also attacked his Democratic opponents and the FBI, and said he holds both countries accountable for their state of relations while asked about the election meddling. “My people… Read More

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Police investigating ‘suspicious’ death in Ogden

OGDEN — Police are investigating as suspicious the death of a person whose body was found Monday in Ogden. The body was recovered at 2600 Monroe Boulevard, said Ogden Police Lt. Clint Christensen. He did not say why police believe there may have been foul play. The discovery comes a day after a woman’s body was found in a canal in the business depot area of Ogden, near 1000 W. 600 North. An autopsy is underway. Police did not say whether they believe the earlier death was suspicious. More information will be posted as it becomes available. …read more Source:: Deseret News – Utah News       

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Emoji, Animoji, Memoji: An Apple Exec On Why The Company Takes The Playful Icons Seriously

World Emoji Day, one of those strangely recognized holidays that happens every year on July 17 (look at the calendar emoji and you’ll understand why), is unlikely to change its name anytime soon. But events of the past two years, namely developments in technology that allow for new, more customized versions of the popular messaging icons, are vastly expanding the emoji universe and its presence in our everyday lives. When iOS 12 rolls out to iPhone users this fall, it will come with Apple’s brand new take on personalized emoji: Memoji. The create-your-own talking avatar approach, which takes advantage of advances in camera technology (just like Apple’s Animoji), is not… Read More

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