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The Beyonce Diet ( Lemonade Diet)

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The Beyonce Diet ( Lemonade Diet)

Many people want to know how to lose weight on The Lemonade Diet, and if it is even possible or if the diet is just a fad.

 

What is the Lemonade Diet?

 

The Lemonade Diet, also known as the Master Cleanse, has been around for many years. It was first explained in a book that was published in 1976, but has gained popularity in recent years because of a new book on the subject published in 2004.

The diet has also gained popularity as stories of celebrities using it to lose weight have circulated on the Internet and in magazines. Celebrities from Beyonce Knowles to Robin Quivers have credited the Lemonade Diet with helping them lose weight.

The Lemonade Diet is more accurately a fast, because you aren’t really eating anything when you are on the diet. It is meant to help cleanse the body of toxins, and allow the user to lose weight at the same time.

The diet involves drinking a sort of lemonade made with lemons, purified water, maple syrup and cayenne pepper. The drink is consumed throughout the day, and laxative tea is taken in the evenings.

Most people follow the Lemonade Diet for about 10 days, though some use the diet for as many as 40 days.

How to Lose Weight on the Lemonade Diet

When the diets is followed strictly, there’s really no question as to how to lose weight on the lemonade diet. You simply won’t be getting enough calories to not lose weight if you stay on this diet for several days.

This diet is tough on the digestive system and you will see a big increase in bowel movements during the cleanse, which is really what this “diet” was intended to be. It’s not really meant to be used as a diet, and any weight loss that happens while on it will probably be erased quickly thereafter.

That’s because once you start eating again your body will think that it has to prepare for another starvation cycle (which is what going on a fast is) and you’ll quickly gain back what weight you lost, and maybe more, unless you make a real effort to follow a healthy diet to maintain that weight loss.

The Lemonade Diet is not a long-term solution for weight loss. While it can help you to lose a few pounds temporarily, as any diet that involves not eating would, it’s not a permanent solution.

It’s a much better idea to think about the Lemonade Diet under its other name, Master Cleanse Diet, because the real idea behind the diet is cleaning impurities from the body, not losing weight.

Detoxification

The Master Cleanse is a detoxification process, which means that it aims to get toxins and other unsavory things out of the body. Those who regularly do detoxification like the Master Cleanse say that they feel more energetic and think more clearly after the process than they did before.

The only trouble is, it takes a lot of work for the body to eliminate the bad things that have been accumulating in it for so long. There are many cleansing or detoxification symptoms that you may experience, including:

  • Hunger or food cravings
  • Irritability
  • Tiredness
  • Aches and pains
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Hot or burning bowel movements
  • Headaches

Those who are experienced with detoxification describe these symptoms as signs that you are eliminating significant toxins from your body and say that it is likely you will feel much better then next day after having these symptoms.

If you are trying to figure out how to lose weight on the Lemonade Diet and you aren’t really interested in the detoxification effects, you might want to consider if a different diet plan is better for you, since losing weight on this kind of plan is difficult and usually not long-lasting. If you want to lose a lot of weight and keep it off permanently, this diet is probably not the best choice for you.

 

Source:Healthandbeautywoman.net/http://healthandbeautywoman.net/how-to-lose-weight-on-the-lemonade-diet/

QUICK SKIN FACTS

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QUICK SKIN FACTS

 

 

1. Clean your make up brushes every two weeks to remove bacteria and residue. If you

don’t, you just keep re-applying the filthy junk to your face!

 

2. Use a face primer before applying foundation to your skin. This minimizes the

formation of large pores and wrinkles.

 

3. Always use clean face towels for your face and body. Dirty towels promote bacteria

and germs that can cause acne.

 

4. Having greasy hair can be a factor in having oily skin which leads to blackheads.

 

5. Feed your face! Avocados contain vitamins A and C that can help slow the signs of

aging. A facial mask of honey and lemon enhances skin glow.

 

Now you have it! Get to work on these 5 easy D.I.Ys!

 

By: Kafula Mutale

kafula.mutale@ezmmagazine.com

DRINK PLENTY OF WATER

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DRINK PLENTY OF WATER

 

It’s important that everyone drinks a good amount of water every day to stay hydrated. However if you are in the process of losing weight, you should drink even more. Our bodies are made up of 70% water, so it is quite obvious that we need a very high daily water intake. Water helps to transport nutrients throughout our body and it also helps our cells determine how they are going to use the helpful nutrients. If you don’t drink enough water every day, your body may not be receiving the full benefit from the nutrients contained in your food. Water can also be helpful with curbing your appetite if you drink a full glass before during and after your meals.

 

Source:  trainmuscles.com

Amakumbi Stars has changed its name to Mtendere Football Club.

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Amakumbi Stars has changed its name to Mtendere Football Club.

Club proprietor and long serving football administrator Simataa Simataa announced the transformation of his team to now what becomes a community side based in the heart of one of Lusaka densely populated areas.

It is the third time Amakumbi, which set off as Unza Stars, will parade under anew brand.

According To the club’s vision, 1, 000 boys and girls and an identical number of-supporters are earmarked for enlisting on the new register

Simataa,the former City of Lusaka chairman with a passion for youth football, announced that the team will train from Mahatima Ghandhi Community School field in the heart of Mtendere.

His Administrations hopes to upgrade the community sports fields to international standards with an ambitious project of laying an artificial turf as well as  accommodating other sports disciplines such as volleyball, netball and basketball.

his club, chaired by Yonah Kaonga, plan to transform Mtendere FC into afirst class outfit in the country with the view of contributing to the personal development of its players and staff as a way of playing a constructive role in society.

Modest target for Mtendere FC’s 2012 season include engaging in social activities that help to develop communities, finish among the Top 8 in FAZ Division 2 Midlands and ensure that the club’s relationship with other institutions is based upon a partnership that respects the Club’sindependence.

This,Simataa and team, are confident will form the basis of attracting and retaining football players who are prepared to develop their knowledge, skills and attitudes required to support their development and bring respectability to the club.

The club’s adopted colours will be green, black & white.

 

By- Norman Kapata

Councilors to this years AGM advised

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Councilors to this years AGM advised

Sports Deputy Minister Nathanel Mubukwanu has urged delegates at this weekend’s FAZ Annual General Meeting (AGM) to put the country first as they hold their elections.

Mubukwanu says there is need for delegates at the Saturday AGM to usher in an executive that will steer the development of football in the country.

The Sports Deputy Minister was speaking in Chipata when he flagged off the AFCON Trophy viewing ceremony.

Mubukwanu says FAZ has a lot of work to do after the AGMas a lot of talent has remained un tapped in different parts of the country.

He says government will support FAZ in its quest to raise the standard of football in the country.

And Eastern Province Minister Charles Banda says the region is honored to have a chance to view the trophy.

And scores of Chipata residents are trooping to David Kaunda Stadium to view the AFCON Trophy which is in the area.

Soccer fans spoken to expressed gratitude to governmentfor the opportunity to view the trophy

 

By: Norman Kapata

CAF Not Sure How Much To Give Zambia For Winning AFCON

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CAF Not Sure How Much To Give Zambia For Winning AFCON

THE Confederation of African Football (CAF) says it has not yet decided how much it will give Zambia for winning the Africa Cup but has refuted claims by FAZ that Zambia and Ivory Coast will share equally the K10.5 billion prize money.

CAF insisted the over US$2 million (about K10.5 billion) prize money for the 2012 winners is standards stipulated in its regulations.

On Thursday, FAZ general secretary George Kasengele claimed that champions Zambia and runners up Cote D’ivoire were allocated the same amount.

But according to Bolayathu, CAF director of communication Suleman Habuba said the issues are settled in the AFCON regulations. Habuba said from his Cairo base that he wasn’t sure and was not in aposition to categorically state the exact amount Zambia will get for winning the competition.

He said CAF had outlined allocations to all participating and posted the tabulations on its website.

“The percentages are already worked out. It’s on our website and you can check for the [amount for the] winners and runners up,” he said.

Habuba said winners forthe 2010 Africa Cup of Nations Egypt had already got their allocation and the same case will apply to the 2012 champions when disbursing the prize money.

According to the regulations which Habuba referred to, Zambia is entitled to 12 percent of total revenue from the 2012 AFCON proceeds while runners up Ivory Coast will get 11 percent.

CAF vice-president and head of the finance committee Suketu Patel announced two years ago that US $10million was a guaranteed allocation for teams that made it to the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations.

This followed CAF’s  record profits that had partly been earned from its marketing partners for contracts running up to 2016.

“It is but natura lthat our member associations ask as to how CAF will use its additional resources for better ment of football in Africa. We have already taken some measures which will see the percolation of these resources down to you. For example: We have increased distributions for all our competitions – from 2012 the total distributions for the CAN finalists is now a guaranteed $10m,” reads part of Patel’s message on the CAF website.

Assuming CAF did not make  any profit from the 2012 AFCON through merchandising, rights, television and broadcasting rights as well as revenues from publicity and match tickets,champions Zambia would have pocketed at least a guaranteed US $1.2 million fromthe US $10 million.

Kasengele, in an interview with the Zambia Daily Mail published Thursday, claimed that for winning the Africa Cup championship, Zambia will receive US$1 million and not US$2 million.

He was quoted; “I want to make it clear that it is not US$2 million we will be given for winning the Africa Cup. The US$2 million is meant for the two finalists, so both Zambia and Ivory Coast will get US$1 million each.”

Yet CAF financial statement clearly indicates that the winners (Zambia) will get 12 percent ofthe total revenue while the runners up (Ivory Coast) will pocket 11 percent.

This revenue is drawn from television and broadcasting rights, merchandising and the symbol exploitation rights which will guarantee Zambia’s share of over US $2 million for winning the tournament.

Although Kasengele, whose executive has failed to demonstrate minimum levels of accountability and transparency, attempts to portray an image they were not hiding anything by discussing revenue from Zambia’s AFCON victory falls short.

Apart from “lying about the correct amount of the prize money,” Kasengele also opted not to discuss CAF refunds which have gone in the pockets of FAZ officials.

The Ministry of Sport and Youth spent well over K300 million for Chipolopolo’s travel expenses to the competition which CAF has since refunded.

However, the air fare refunds have not been remitted to the government.

CAF regulations state that all participating teams would be refunded their expenses for preparations for three days before the tournament as well as air fare bills incurred to ferry a 30 member delegation to the competition.

Football House sources have since indicated that national team players are threatening to expose FAZ over their dues, a matter that prompted Kasengele, to issue a half-baked statement explaining they had not received the funds.

The sources have disclosed that Kasengele was also “economical with the truth” about the actual amount FAZ raked in following the AFCON triumph.

Kasengele claims K1.9billion was realised from pledges but FAZ records, according to sources,indicate that the announced figures differ from what is obtaining at the secretariat.

By: Norman Kapata

Avoid these foods and lose weight

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Avoid these foods and lose weight

REDUCING SATURATED FATTRANS FATTY ACIDS

Chef Lillian Elidah and her trainer are working together on a project called  JOBA Fitness and Health and EZM Magazine supports this project and we’ll be giving you features and tips from the project.

Working out and excerising without changing your diet is as bad as saying you drink the same amount of water as your alcohol content. It will not work. To have a successful diet and healthy living, you need to combine a healthy diet and excerise program.   Here are some of the easier tips that you can use.

 

  1. Reduce consumption of fried foods,
  2. Processed meats and meat products e.g sausage rolls,
  3. Reduce mayonnaise dressings,cakes,biscuits and crisps –
  4. Swap to low fat dairy products –
  5. Choose lean cuts of meat and trim all visible fat –
  6. Reduce consumption of hard vegetable fats and margarines,pastries,cakes and biscuits.

 

Chef Lillian Elidah’s Face Book page: http://www.facebook.com/LillianElidah

 

EXCLUSIVE: William Njobvu

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EXCLUSIVE: William Njobvu

 

William Njobvu is a man who is highly respected with his teammates in the national football team but not only does his personality and character play a big role, he is also a great player. His football skills have been displayed in the national team for  years and now he is making footprints in society and outside the field. William is one of the ambassadors for the boy and men organisation “Brothers 4 Life”  and also a passionate husband and father. He is currently in Israel playing for the Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona Football Club.EZM Magazine got an exclusive interview on his 25th birthday which was on the 4th of March. We were very surprised when he told us that he was turning 25 years old because he is a very mature, responsible and inspiring man, definitely know what he wants out of life and how to get it.

 

 

“EZM”  Tell us about your background

“William”  I am today 25 years, married to Bernadette Chama and we have a son named William Junior. I was born in Lusaka, Kalingalinga.

 

“EZM”  At what age did you start playing football and why?

“William”  I started to play way back when i was 12 yeas old, there is no reason, I believe that I was born to play football.

 

“EZM”  Who inspired you to become a football player?

“William”   My late father and my brother were my biggest inspirations.Though the great Kalu inspired me too.

 

 

“EZM” When was your first big game you played?

“William”  My first big game was at Lusaka Dynamos f.c against Nkwazi F.C. It was a deciding game for Lusaka Dynamos, if we lose we go into division 1 and if we win we remain into premier league and we won against Lusaka Dynamos F.C

 

 

“EZM”  When did you start playing for the National Team and how did it feel?

“William” I  started playing for national team U 20 in 2006 COSAFA cup, it was a dream come true for me..I told myself I’ll never let this go until the senior national team.

 

 

“EZM” What are the struggles and challenges you have met during your career?

“William”  First challenge was my family. Everyone was against the idea of me playing soccer, because I was so smart at school, but I believe God gave me this way, second challenges are injuries, but av learnt to be strong.

 

 

 

“EZM” What has been the highest moment in your career?

“William” I think coming here was the highest moment

 

“EZM” How is it being with the other players in the national team?

“William”    To me the national team is my family, each one of them is like a brother to me.

 

 

“EZM” What made you want to become an ambassador for Brothers 4 Life?

“William” I think that every grown man whose mature and have an influence in this society has the responsibility to teach fellow boys and men about life and encourage them to become better. It is also a privilege to be able influence and pass down what I’ve learned and been through in life

 

“EZM” How do you feel about turning 25?

 

“William” A lot of people always get scared for getting older but for me it is a blessing. Another year to be able to do what I love, praise my Lord continue being a great husband, father and a human being. It is a blessing.

 

 

 

“EZM” What words do you have to say the young football players and your fans?

“William” No matter who you are , were u come from, if you believe, You can succeed.Put God first, work harder, be focused, set your goals. Discipline and passion is the key to all.

Herve Renards accepts Clifford's apology

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Herve Renards accepts Clifford's apology

HERVE Renard says he has accepted Clifford Mulenga’s apology and will treat him like any other player.
In an interview, Renard said Mulenga was forgiven but could not clearly state whether the gifted winger was available for Chipolopolo selection.¨

“We have accepted his apology. He is one of the Zambian players for the national team. He is like the many thousand Zambian players,” Renard said.

Renard had vowed never to select Mulenga for national duty following the player’s misconduct at the recent Africa Cup.
Mulenga was banned from Chipolopolo after breaking camp rules on January 30 with four other players in Malabo during the tournament.
However, Renard warned that no player was bigger than Chipolopolo.

“We have to be strong. We were strong at the Africa Cup because of our spirit. We have to keep the spirit. In football it does not matter what name you are, you just have to be efficient all the time. I can assure you no one player will play for the Chipolopolo if he thinks he is the best player in the world,” he said.

Meanwhile, Renard has signed a one year endorsement deal with Trade Kings to promote Boom Bubble Plus detergent powder.
Trade Kings corporate affairs director Dr Bright Chunga said Renard had stood out as a champion.
He said that Chipolopolo’s Africa Cup success was not accident but came through hard work and discipline.

“Today we the team at Trade Kings which has produced Boom Bubble Plus washing powder wants to publicly recognise a fellow winner in Herve Renard,” Chunga said

However, Chunga could not disclose how much the deal was worth.
Renard said the deal by Trade Kings came as surprise but was happy because it would help to keep his “magical” white shirt clean which had become popular everywhere he went.
“I’m sure our collaboration (with Trade Kings) will be perfect. And I hope it will bring a lot of success,” he said.

Source: The Post Zambia

AFCON 2012 CUP KICK OFF NATIONAL TOUR

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AFCON 2012 CUP KICK OFF NATIONAL TOUR

The African Cup of Nations (AFCON) has begun its tour ofprovinces with Choma, the new Provincial Capital of Southern Province being thefirst destination.The cup was received in Choma this morning by DistrictCommissioner Golden Nyambe who led other government officials and soccer funsto view the cup.

Scores of Choma residents today formed long queues at theCivic Centre to have a glimpse of the historic trophy whose tour has beensponsored by Konkola Copper Mines and the Zambian Breweries.

Receiving the cup Choma District Commissioner GoldenNyambe said he was happy that the people of Choma were honored with theprivilege of viewing the cup first on its nationwide tour.

‘’ We have the cup in the provincial capital,and that is a privilege to have the cup in the district as its firstdestination, the people of Choma are eager to see the cup,’’ said Mr Nyambe .

And presenting the cup, Smart Mweetwa an official from the National Sports Council said that the cup has been taken to Choma forviewing as part of the country wide tour so that people could have an opportunity to see the cup at close range.

The Cup will have one day stay in each provincial centre with the viewing time starting from 08:00 –17:00hours and will take two weeks to complete its tour country wide.

The Zambian National Soccer Team emerged champions in the just ended African Cup of Nations (AFCON) after lifting the African nation’s soccer trophy by beating the Elephants of Ivory Coast 8-7 on apost-match penalty in Libreville, Gabon.

 

Anxiety has gripped Kalomo soccer fans following theconfirmation by the District Administration through the office of the Southern Province Administration that the converted trophy earned by the Chipolopoloboys would make a stopover in the township en-route to Livingstone

 

Scores of fans talked to by EZM Magazine Sports in Kalomoon the coming of the trophy to the province and making a stopover in Kalomo havecheered government for its gesture.

 

“This is good we need to see it physically insteadof seeing it on newspapers and television while we have it in this country, wehave won it,it is ours and we need even to touch it to have a feel ofit,” one soccer fan said.

 

However, the tight security measures have been mountedwhile the trophy is moving to places for fans to have a glimpse of it after thevictorious Zambian lads white-washed their Ivorian counterparts in the AFCON finals in Libreville, Gabon on February 12.

 

According to the district administration, the trophy isexpected to make a stopover for some un specified minutes under tight securityat El Pantano complex of Kalomo township for fans to have a glimpse of it andthen proceed to the tourist capital, Livingstone.

 

By Norman Kapata

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