Brain exercises are great and all, but most neuroscientists agree that there is one kind of exercise that produces the most long-lasting, transformational effects on the brain: actual exercise . That's right, we're talking about that mind-body connection again. Working out increases blood flow, which as we know, improves brain function. Additionally, hitting the gym causes your body to release BDNF, a protein that stimulates the growth of new neurons. Plus, you'll metabolize glucose and lipids much faster, providing your brain with the fuel it needs (all the while boosting your metabolism ). So, for an activity that will help you shed those pounds and give your brain a boost, lace up your shoes, pick up those weights, and get moving.
Iron deficiency affects more than 1 in 5 women in the US. Being deficient in essential minerals can show up in all kinds of ways but an iron deficiency can also be a blow for getting into your skinny jeans with relative ease. See, your body can't work as efficiently to burn calories when it doesn’t have what it needs to work properly. A cup of lentils, it turns out, provides over a third of your daily iron needs. Legumes like lentils also have been shown to drive down bad cholesterol and blood pressure. That’s why they’re one of the 7 Best Foods to Eat for Raipd Weight Loss !
I find this article very contradictory. I love resharper, and could not do without it, however, I have always thought it odd that it complains whenever you call .ToString() on a value in something like etc., stating that the call to .ToString() is unnecessary . Even though this is true, the reason to use it as you state above, due to the fact that if you pass in a a value to or similar and don’t call .ToString(), if the value is a Value type, then a boxing operation will occur. Knowing this, why does ReSharper advice that the call to ToString() is unnecessary. I have recently been convinced that this kind of thing is a micro-optimisation, and as such is a valid call, so hence why I find it odd that you talk about it now.