Friday, 27 March 2015

IPL 2015


Saturday, 14 March 2015

Top Foods That Causing Cancer

1. Highly Processed White Flours

After refining, processed white flours not only lose most all of their nutrients but they are also bleached with a chemical called chlorine gas. The EPA sites this gas as dangerous, irritant, that can be lethal. It is also very highly glycemic and bad for your blood sugar. Not only are they making us fat they might also be contributing to rising cancer rates.

2. Microwave Popcorn

Everybody loves a yummy bag of popcorn. Making it in the microwave is easy and convenient. Unfortunately, according to wikipedia the bags of microwave popcorn are lined with perfluorooctanoic acid ( PFOA). This chemical is also found in Teflon. Studies have shown that this chemical can be linked with infertility in women and exposure significantly increases risk of kidney, bladder, liver, pancreas and testicular cancers.
Many microwave popcorns also still use diacetyl which Conagra stopped using due to employees using it getting lung cancer.

3. Artifical Sweeteners

If you have to avoid sugar, are on a diet or have diabetes you might be using artificial sweeteners. However, many studies show that people usually GAIN weight when using them and can make it harder to control blood sugar. More studies are coming out that show aspertame, when broken down becomes a dealdy toxin called DKP. This breakdown of chemicals is known to cause certain brain tumors.

4. Alcohol

Many of us enjoy a nice drink now and then but over consumption of alcohol can lead to many health issues including diabetes, obesity and many types of cancers.
A recent study showed that postmenopausal women who drank one drink per day or less had a 30% increase in

Sunday, 1 March 2015

Top Electronic Products/gadgets in world


Industry: Tablet computers
Headquarters: Cupertino, California
Units sold: 84 million

iPad is a tablet computer from Apple that runs on iOS. It was released in 2010, and has a user interface built around a multi touch screen and a virtual keyboard. The company has progressively come up with a number of variants, ranging from the first generation classic to the fourth generation.


Industry: video and arcade games
Headquarters: Ota, Tokyo, Japan
Units sold: 91 million

With its release of SG-1000, Sega entered into the video game console market in 1982. Subsequently, it evolved to other consoles like Saturn and Dreamcast and later shifted to a third-party software developer in 2001. By the end of 2005 to this day, contributing to the company’s success, they were strong pachinko sales and sales of software titles.