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Snap It To Know Your Meal Calorie Levels

Snap It uses advanced image recognition technology to identify foods and report calorie levels in seconds. Consumers simply snap a photo of their meal, and the Snap It tool identifies individual food items. Consumers then confirm their items and select a serving size, and Snap It lists total calories for each item. Smartphone users can download the latest version of the Lose It! app to access Snap It.

By PC Team/Food/loseit


Trampolines Are Good For The Body, The Mind And Learning

Trampolines are designed for bouncing and often considered a child’s toy but people of all ages from kids to adults are seeing that the device can be used for more than a fun time. Stephanie Moyer, outreach and communications director of the Valley Forge Martial Arts in Audubon. Moyer said that trampolines are used in children’s physical therapy to improve cardiovascular fitness, strength building, and coordination.

By PC Team/Fitness/Delco Times


Changing Environmental Cues Can Spur Weight Loss Success

Environmental cues are some of the strongest influences on our behavior, particularly when it comes to exercising and eating healthy. In fact, the increase in the prevalence of obesity in the United States over the past 20 to 30 years is believed to be partially due to changes in our environment that promote overeating, such as super-size portion sizes, and inactivity. It is possible to change cues in our environment to promote healthy eating and physical activity.

By PC Team/Fitness/The Daily Times


Ranveer Raps It Up With A New Single

While he is currently filming Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s period romance, Padmavati, Ranveer recorded a single and shot for a music video with four young rappers; Canada based Spitsfire aka Nitin Mishra, Mumbai’s Chaitnya Sharma aka Slow Cheetah and Kunal Pandagle aka Kaam Bhaari, and Delhi boy Abhay Prasad, who goes by the rap name Devil the Rhymer.

By PC Team/Music/Ahmedabad Mirror


Shillong Is The Only Indian Town Collectively Obsessed With Bob Dylan

In the little-visited state of Meghalaya lies India's self-styled rock music capital where Bob Dylan is worshiped above all else. For several decades now, the city has hosted an informal celebratory concert every year on his birthday: 24 May. “We realized that nothing else captured the essence of Shillong like music, and among musicians, it was only Dylan we could think of. He has both a local connection and universal appeal, says one of the residents.

By PC Team/Travel/Independent


Indian Coffee House Is One Of The Delhi’s Age-Old Restaurants

Indian Coffee House has been home to a population hard to put in statistics. The coffee and the pakoras, the age-old furniture and white dressed staff with Nehru caps who serve even today fill me with an acute sense of nostalgia, says Aditya Raj Kaul, media professional. Many of us might just romanticize it but for Aditya, it has a kind of intellectual or revolutionary stimulus to it, that is inescapable.

By PC Team/Food/thedelhiwalla


Mondays Are Most Popular And Best Days To Start A Diet

If you're going to start a new diet or a fitness program, don't put it off until tomorrow. Monday is the best day to start a new diet. Maligned Mondays are actually days that tap into the fresh start effect, when we feel like a new person, ready to take on a change in habits, according to a report.

By PC Team/Fitness/Today


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Mexican Movie Chain Cinepolis Is Pushing The Pedal On Its Growth In India

Mexican movie chain Cinepolis, which has a network of over 5,000 screens across 13 countries, is pushing the pedal on its growth in India. Cinepolis India reached the 300 screens mark this month and now has set an ambitious target of opening 100 more screens in the country by 2018 says Javier Sotomayor, MD, Cinepolis India.

By PC Team/Entrepreneurship/Forbes India


Wafia Shares Sparkling Pop Ballad '83 Days'

Some people leave but their impact never does. It lingers to torment the person toiling with an absence of someone they've loved and continue to love so extreme. Rising Dutch-Iraqi artist Wafia details and deliveres that emotion on her stunning new pop ballad '83 Days,' which definitely stole our hearts this week. This song comes after someone I love wouldn’t stay, says Wafia.

By PC Team/Music/The 405


New Technology Allows The Blind To 'Watch' TV

Scientists have developed a new, ground-breaking software that allows deaf and blind people to enjoy television content in real time without any intermediaries. The software, PervasiveSUB, compiles all the subtitles of television channels and sends them to a central server which forwards them to smartphones or tablets. The software, developed by researchers from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) and Federation of Deaf-Blind Persons Associations (FASOCIDE) in Spain, was tested by a group of deaf-blind users.

By PC Team/Technology/ndtv


Inspired By The Sahasraha Chakra, Radhika And Gaurika Tandon Started Their Brand Isharya

Designers Radhika and Gaurika Tandon inspired by the Sahasraha Chakra (the highest chakra in meditation), started their brand Isharya in 2004. Recently they launched their first-ever 3D accessory line titled, Infinite Petals in Mumbai. Expect to find a range of pieces like earrings, necklaces, and cuffs made from gold-plated nylon or resin.

By PC Team/Entrepreneurship/Indulge Express