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To build muscle & lose fat, you need a variety of proteins, veggies, fruits, carbs, and healthy fats. Eating protein helps building & maintaining muscle. But it also helps fat loss: protein has a higher thermic effect than carbs/fats. Eating fats also helps fat loss: your body holds fat if you don’t eat fats. Fruits & veggies contain vitamins & minerals, necessary for recovery from your workouts. And carbs fuel your muscles so you feel full of energy at the gym. Lots of you struggle to get these foods. 1. Don’t worry about cholesterol in eggs. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Anything works: almonds, walnuts, cashews, hazelnuts, … Peanut butter also works as long as you buy natural peanut butter without added salts/sugars. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Putting it All Together.

Resume Many times throughout college, you will need to be able to share your accomplishments. During the college application process, your past experience should form the basis for your essay and will certainly come up during any interviews. If you apply for any scholarships, you will once again need to write about your accomplishments. Do you have your information ready? When was it that you had a job at your local pet store? The solution is simple: write a student resume (past experience cheat sheet). 1. Under this heading, list your high school, date of graduation, Grade Point Average (GPA), and any major test scores (SAT or ACT). Davidson High School September 2003 – June 2007 GPA: 3.54 SAT Score: 2100 2. Explain where you worked and who you worked for. Sam’s Sporting Store May 2005 – Present Part-time Sports Salesman. 3. List all the community service activities you took part in. Sandre’s Soup Kitchen August 2004 – February 2006 Dish Washer. 4. 5. List any awards that you won in school. 6.

'Orbit' Waterless Washing Machine It is truly the washing machine of the Jetsons’ era. Only in a concept design phase, this waterless, soapless, noiseless washing machine uses dry ice to clean up your dirty clothes. The Orbit was designed by Elie Ahovi in 2010 for the Electrolux Design Lab to show how doing laundry could look in 2050. Orbit is a self-sufficient washing machine that powers itself with liquid nitrogen and would clean clothes using frozen carbon dioxide. According to Ahovi’s website, the ring in which the laundry ball is placed holds batteries, which are recharged while the machine is in use. (Image: Elie Ahovi) (Photo: Elie Ahovi) In what Ahovi describes as “cryogenic cleaning”, the dry ice will be “fired at supersonic velocity” at the garments cleaning them without damaging the fabric. What do you think?