Ways to Lose Weight Naturally.

To lose weight, you should not go on any diet that would be dangerous. Better to lose weight naturally and healthily. It’s much better for your health and it doesn’t deprive you of your favorite meals. Plus, you don’t take the risk of gaining more weight after stopping your diet. Here are some ways to lose weight healthily that you can stack, or alternate if you want.

1. A daily program

An example of typical meals, as well as the exercises that can accompany them, is very useful.

2. Avoid Sugar

Avoid sugar, of course. It makes you fat. Most importantly, also reduce your daily salt intake. Why? Because salt makes you feel more hungry.

3. Pineapple fat burner

Pineapple naturally burns fat: do not hesitate to consume it. You can also eat papaya, lemon, or grapefruit which have the same properties. To complete, also add a few cups of green tea.

You can use pills which contain all the natural ingredients – Vital Keto pills are specially made for fast result in weight loss.

4. Acai berry

The acai berry is a Brazilian fruit, natural anti-oxidant, which allows you to lose weight very gently and very naturally. read more

Facebook violated self-imposed data protection requirements

Facebook actually no longer wants to share data with apps that have not been used for more than 90 days. In some cases, however, this has happened.

Facebook has breached a voluntary commitment not to give data to apps that have not been used for more than 90 days. The network admitted this on Wednesday (local time) in a blog entry. After the Cambridge Analytica scandal, this rule was laid down in 2018. However, it has recently been noticed that in some cases apps will continue to receive the data if the app has not been used in the past 90 days. It was the data that had previously been released by the users.

As an example, Facebook cited a fitness app that a user uses to invite his friends from his hometown to a workout. Facebook did not recognize that some of his friends had been inactive for many months and should not have received the notification.

“Based on the data from the past few months that are available to us, we currently assume that this problem enabled around 5000 developers to receive information – such as language or gender – even after 90 days of inactivity”, the blog entry continues. However, no evidence was seen that this problem resulted in information being exchanged that did not match the permissions granted to people when they logged in via Facebook. read more

What the new weapons are good for against tension

Massage pistols:-

What can they do, what do they cost, when do they hurt? We did the test.

Back pain “shoot away” at the push of a button: massage pistols are currently conquering the European market. How do they do in practice?

They hum, knock, vibrate, and shake. They are now available in all colors and shapes and from different manufacturers; they can be dirt cheap or incredibly expensive: massage pistols for troubled office workers. A trend in the USA for a long time, the devices are conquering the European market.

Manufacturers target highly motivated but motionless, long-term seats at the desk with uncomfortable neck tension, shoulder, and back pain. The devices, which cost between 60 and 600 euros, promise quick and effective remedies at the push of a button.

Because the massage pistols are becoming more and more popular, more and more suppliers are appearing – but sometimes with very dubious devices, which on closer inspection turn out to be cheap and imperfect copies of the branded products. The dealers, mostly from Asia, lure at low prices. The selection at the online retailer Amazon is now gigantic – who should keep an overview? read more

Chinese researchers warn of new swine flu virus

A new variant of the swine flu virus has been discovered in China that could develop the potential for a pandemic. Researchers are concerned.
Scientists have identified a variant of the swine flu virus in China that could develop the potential for a pandemic among humans. The team led by George Gao from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Beijing reports in the US journal “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.” The team wrote that the variant of the H1N1 influenza virus, which circulated as swine flu in 2009, occurs mainly in pigs and can also infect humans.
The virus variant G4 EA H1N1 shows all signs as a possible trigger of a pandemic, warn the scientists. Studies in pig farms in various Chinese provinces had demonstrated that this variant has been prevalent among animals since 2016. Also, about one in ten of 338 pig farming workers examined had antibodies to the blood pathogen. The team concludes that people could be infected in principle.
The researchers are concerned that the virus could adapt better to humans and then spread more. Besides, immunity to other flu agents does not offer protection against this genotype. The scientists, therefore, intensely recommend closely monitoring its distribution in pigs and humans.
Pigs are considered important carriers of the influenza virus because they can infect both birds and humans with influenza viruses. The swine flu virus, known as H1N1, triggered fears of a global pandemic in 2009 but was quickly brought under control. read more

US regulatory agency classifies Huawei and ZTE as a “security risk”

The conflict between China and the United States continues. Huawei and ZTE technology may no longer be used in the US network.

The FCC has classified the two Chinese telecommunications equipment suppliers Huawei and ZTE as a threat to national security. A corresponding decision was already made in November and was formally sealed on Tuesday. This means that Huawei customers in rural areas have to remove and replace the two companies’ equipment from existing US networks.

At the same time, they are no longer eligible to receive $ 8.5 billion in state aid to buy equipment. Huawei and ZTE were initially unavailable for comment. In the past, they had sharply criticized the decision.

The U.S. government has banned almost all U.S. companies from working with Huawei. It accuses the company of being too close to the communist leadership in Beijing and espionage. The company denies this.

Why robots still haven’t arrived in everyday life

Robots have not established themselves as helpers in everyday life – apart from vacuum cleaners. Why is that and what has to change for that to change.

They’re bland, quiet, and at the pushiest when they’re wrestling with the edge of a carpet or getting tangled in power cords. Vacuum cleaning robots are used in many households. Of the science fiction visions in which machines relieve humans of all mundane everyday tasks, they are the only widespread realization, apart from robotic lawnmowers.

Roomba is something like the iPhone of the industry: Introduced in 2002, the round robot was not the first of its kind. But it was the first to prevail. The Intelligent FloorVac for $ 200 defined the product category. To this day, Roomba defends its place despite many imitators. More than 20 million units have been sold, and there is no more successful home service robot.

Clara Vu played a significant part in this success. Her first job in 1998 after studying mathematics at Yale was to write the code that controlled Roomba. Its manufacturer iRobot, a start-up of three graduates from MIT’s elite university in Boston, was able to go public thanks to its success. Vu had enough and moved on. read more