LUNAR wins three iF Product Design Awards

LUNAR wins three iF Product Design Awards LUNAR wins three iF Product Design Awards Awards Connections Creativity Customer Experience Design research Design Thinking Education Energy Engineering Expressions Health Care Home exercise Housewares Icon-o-Cast Industrial Design Innovation Interaction Design Life Science Meaning Medical Moonshine Process Service Slideshows Solutions Sustainable Design TABLU Tools Transportation Uncategorized User Experience Value Creation Visual Design July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 Full Archive List LUNAR wins three iF Product Design Awards We’re thrilled to announce LUNAR has picked up three 2014 iF product design awards for NOVA, VELA and SF Prep! We accepted our iF gold award for NOVA just a few hours ago at the awards ceremony at BMW Welt Auditorium in Munich. With more than 2,000 guests from the international design world on hand, Ralph Wiegmann, Managing Director and CEO of the iF International Forum Design GmbH, gave out 50 iF gold awards, 20 iF communication design awards and five iF packaging design awards. It was a thrill to see the excellent designs, and engage in some great conversations; now, on to the after-party in the Double Cone! Here’s some background on LUNAR’s award winners: NOVA: The revolutionary climbing wall concept consists of panels with strategic patterns of cut-outs that create visually integrated climbing holds instead of the typical outwardly projecting colored holds. Light patterns highlight climbing routes as they shine from behind the specific holds for a programmed climb. The wall technology allows users to control route selection and receive personalized training through the NOVA Smartphone app. … via LUNAR > creativity that makes a difference industrial design, product design, engineering design, graphic design, interaction design » Industrial Design: | We’re thrilled to announce LUNAR has picked up three 2014 iF product design awards for NOVA, VELA and SF Prep! We accepted our iF gold award for NOVA just a few hours ago at the awards ceremony at BMW Welt Auditorium in Munich. With more than 2,000 guests from the international design world on hand, Ralph Wiegmann, Managing Director and CEO of the iF International Forum Design GmbH, gave out 50 iF gold awards, 20 iF communication design awards and five iF packaging design awards. It was a thrill to see the excellent designs, and engage in some great conversations; now, on to the after-party in the Double Cone! Here’s some background on LUNAR’s award winners: NOVA: The revolutionary climbing wall concept consists of panels with strategic patterns of cut-outs that create visually integrated climbing holds instead of the typical outwardly projecting colored holds. Light patterns highlight climbing routes as they shine from behind the specific holds for a programmed climb. The wall technology allows users to control route selection and receive personalized training through the NOVA Smartphone app. Designed to be installed in residential settings, NOVA is a game-changing tool for a healthy lifestyle that expresses an elegant, modern residential design and adds a striking sculpture-inspired work of art to any living space. VELA: The VELA cycle trainer challenges current design expressions with a functional, yet avant-garde aesthetic. Beautiful projections around the bike create an immersive training experience and give performance feedback during training. When it’s not being used, the cycle becomes a sculpture that reflects the user’s passion for their lifestyle through outstanding design. SF Prep: LUNAR partnered with the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management to understand why so few San Francisco residents are prepared in any way for an earthquake, and what could be done to motivate action. The core of the SF Prep model is a web-based subscription service that gradually guides people to a lifestyle of preparedness by combining the items they need to have available with the education they need to be ready. By delivering earthquake preparedness products and learnings over time, SF Prep gradually engages residents in the process and motivates them to ever-increasing levels of preparedness. Introduced in 1954, the iF Product Design Award is given annually by iF International Forum Design. In January 2014, 49 international design experts came together at the Hanover exhibition center to assess nearly 3,500 entries in the 17 categories. Entries came in from 48 countries, showcasing the continued international reach of the iF design awards. Read the press release here. For more info: LUNAR wins three iF Product Design Awards LUNAR > creativity that makes a difference industrial design, product design, engineering design, graphic design, interaction design » Industrial Design LUNAR wins three iF Product Design Awards Design42Day LUNAR wins three iF Product Design Awards Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Collage di foto, crearne facilmente

Foto, foto e ancora foto. Foto dappertutto, non c’è più nessuno che non scatti almeno due-tre foto al giorno, per postarle sui principali social network, come Facebook, Twitter o Instagram. La moda del selfie, ormai, si è trasformata in una consuetudine, una pratica usuale, normale, e non solo tra i più giovani. Tutti a puntarsi […] L’articolo Collage di foto, crearne facilmente sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Dal Politecnico di Torino nuova metodologia per il controllo del territorio

Politecnico di TORINO – Nuova metodologia per il controllo del territorio e la gestione delle emergenze sperimentata dal Politecnico di Torino sul versante instabile della cava di torgiovannetto (perugia). Il prof. Marco Barla: “l’interferometria radar da terra e’ una tecnica estremamente efficace a supporto di un sistema di allertamento rapido”. Si è concluso nei giorni scorsi […]L’articolo Dal Politecnico di Torino nuova metodologia per il controllo del territorio sembra essere il primo su Controcampus.L’articolo Dal Politecnico di Torino nuova metodologia per il controllo del territorio sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

Biodiversity higher in the tropics, but species more likely to arise at higher latitudes

Biodiversity higher in the tropics, but species more likely to arise at higher latitudes A study of 2300 species of mammals and 6700 species of birds helps explain why there are more species in the tropics than at higher latitudes. Researchers found that while the tropics harbor more species, the number of subspecies increases in the harsher environments typical of higher latitudes. The results suggest that the latitudinal diversity gradient may be due higher species turnover — speciation counterbalanced by extinction — towards the poles than near the equator. via ScienceDaily: Ecology News: Nov. 22, 2013 — A new study of 2300 species of mammals and nearly 6700 species of birds from across the globe helps explain why there are so many more species of plants and animals in the tropics than at higher latitudes. In a study supported by the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center in North Carolina, researchers found that while the tropics harbor a greater diversity of species, the number of subspecies — potential stepping stones in the process by which one species becomes two — is actually greater in the harsher environments typical of higher latitudes.The surprising results suggest that the latitudinal diversity gradient may be due higher species turnover — a higher potential for speciation counterbalanced by a higher potential for extinction — towards the poles than near the equator, the researchers say.Scientists have known for more than a century that species diversity increases towards the equator. Think tropical rainforests — which house two thirds of the world’s species — teeming with buzzing insects, screeching birds and howling monkeys, versus the frigid tundra, where life is largely limited to scattered trees and only a few dozen kinds of mammals, such as caribou and foxes.Numerous hypotheses have been proposed to explain this pattern. One idea is that tropical regions harbor greater biodiversity because they are especially fertile grounds for the formation of new species — i.e., “cradles of diversity.” Another idea is that biodiversity hotspots are less likely to lose the species they already have.”There’s a lot of controversy over what explains the global pattern of biodiversity,” said lead author Carlos Botero of North Carolina State University.In a study to appear in the November 22 issue of Molecular Ecology, Botero and colleagues assembled a data set of climate and weather patterns across the globe, and combined it with genetic data other information for nearly 50% and 70% of all mammals and birds known to be alive today.The team was surprised to find that while the number of bird and mammal species increases closer to the equator, the number of genetically distinct groups within each species — known as subspecies — is greater in the harsher environments typical of higher latitudes.”These are environments that are colder and drier, and where the differences between the hottest and coolest months are more extreme,” Botero explained.Animals in these environments are more likely to freeze during cold winters or die during usually hot summers. “If extreme weather events wipe out a population every now and then, but don’t wipe out an entire species, the populations that survive will be geographically separated and could start to diverge from one another,” Botero said.The results are consistent with a 2007 study by researchers at the University of British Columbia suggesting that — contrary to conventional wisdom — species arise faster in temperate zones than in the tropics. “It may be that species come and go more frequently in the temperate zones,” Botero said.Comparing biodiversity in the temperate zones with that in the tropics is like comparing the coins in your pocket with the coins in your piggy bank, he added. “There are usually more coins in your piggy bank than in your pocket. But you’re always spending the coins in your pocket, and receiving new coins in the form of change. The coins in your piggy bank turn over less often, but over time they add up.” For more info: Biodiversity higher in the tropics, but species more likely to arise at higher latitudes ScienceDaily: Ecology News Biodiversity higher in the tropics, but species more likely to arise at higher latitudes L’articolo Biodiversity higher in the tropics, but species more likely to arise at higher latitudes sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

BtoBuy Tourism Online: A Firenze le ultime novità e i trend del mondo del travel 2.0

A meno di un mese dalla sesta edizione, BTO – Buy Tourism Online, svela al pubblico il programma 2013. E’ online, infatti, sul sito ufficiale della manifestazione www.buytourismonline.com, la scaletta dettagliata dell’evento internazionale dedicato al mondo del travel 2.0, che si terrà alla Fortezza da Basso di Firenze il 3 e 4 dicembre prossimi. Sono L’articolo BtoBuy Tourism Online: A Firenze le ultime novità e i trend del mondo del travel 2.0 sembra essere il primo su Made In Italy.

A Sober Bar is Opening in Chicago

A Sober Bar is Opening in Chicago In NYC there is a bar called The 13th Step where you can reportedly purchase drinks with AA sobriety chips. A bar opening at the end of April in Crystal Lake near Chicago is antithetical to The 13th Step, because it will support sobriety rather than mock it. The Crystal Lake bar will be a sober bar, called The Other Side, started by a local non-profit group that will provide a healthy atmosphere for people both in and out of recovery who want a sober space to hang out in. For many people who don’t drink, there are few sober spaces to hang out and not participating in the societal norm of drinking can be isolating. This is especially true for young people in recovery in the suburbs of Chicago or for those who are just out of addiction rehab and need a supportive atmosphere. The Other Side will give the suburban sober community a place to hang out and share experiences. Housed in a warehouse loft space filled with couches, pool tables, TVs, a dance floor, a stage area for a band and a DJ – the only real difference between The Other Side and regular bar is that the drinks don’t have alcohol in them. People will even be carded at the door to make sure they are at least 18 and sober. The warehouse where The Other Side will open has been used by people in recovery as a hangout spot for some time. At first, it just had a few folding chairs and a boom box, but as the volume of people hanging out in the warehouse grew, so did the idea for The Other Side. The local community and those in recovery banded together and made The Other Side – opening April 27th – possible. The sober bar will be open Thursday through Sunday evenings and the profits will go toward drug education and addiction treatment initiatives. via Harmony Foundation Blog: In NYC there is a bar called The 13th Step where you can reportedly purchase drinks with AA sobriety chips. A bar opening at the end of April in Crystal Lake near Chicago is antithetical to The 13th Step, because it will support sobriety rather than mock it.The Crystal Lake bar will be a sober bar, called The Other Side, started by a local non-profit group that will provide a healthy atmosphere for people both in and out of recovery who want a sober space to hang out in. For many people who don’t drink, there are few sober spaces to hang out and not participating in the societal norm of drinking can be isolating.This is especially true for young people in recovery in … For more info: A Sober Bar is Opening in Chicago Harmony Foundation Blog A Sober Bar is Opening in Chicago L’articolo A Sober Bar is Opening in Chicago sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Origins of cattle farming in China uncovered

Origins of cattle farming in China uncovered Scientists have produced the first multi-disciplinary evidence for management of cattle populations in northern China, around the same time cattle domestication took place in the Near East, over 10,000 years ago. via ScienceDaily: Agriculture and Food News: Nov. 8, 2013 — An international team of researchers, co-led by scientists at the University of York and Yunnan Normal University, has produced the first multi-disciplinary evidence for management of cattle populations in northern China, around the same time cattle domestication took place in the Near East, over 10,000 years ago.The domestication of cattle is a key achievement in human history. Until now, researchers believed that humans started domesticating cattle around 10,000 years ago in the Near East, which gave rise to humpless (taurine) cattle, while two thousand years later humans began managing humped cattle (zebu) in Southern Asia.However, the new research, which is published in Nature Communications, reveals morphological and genetic evidence for management of cattle in north-eastern China around 10,000 years ago, around the same time the first domestication of taurine cattle took place in the Near East. This indicates that humans may have started domesticating cows in more regions around the world than was previously believed.A lower jaw of an ancient cattle specimen was discovered during an excavation in north-east China, and was carbon dated to be 10,660 years old. The jaw displayed a unique pattern of wear on the molars, which, the researchers say, is best explained to be the results of long-term human management of the animal. Ancient DNA from the jaw revealed that the animal did not belong to the same cattle lineages that were domesticated in the Near East and South Asia.The combination of the age of the jaw, the unique wear and genetic signature suggests that this find represents the earliest evidence for cattle management in north-east China; a time and place not previously considered as potential domestication centre for cattle.The research was co-led in the Department of Biology at the University of York by Professor Michi Hofreiter and Professor Hucai Zhang of Yunnan Normal University.Professor Hofreiter said: “The specimen is unique and suggests that, similar to other species such as pigs and dogs, cattle domestication was probably also a complex process rather than a sudden event.”Johanna Paijmans, the PhD student at York who performed the DNA analysis, said: “This is a really exciting example of the power of multi-disciplinary research; the wear pattern on the lower jaw itself is already really interesting, and together with the carbon dating and ancient DNA we have been able to place it in an even bigger picture of early cattle management.”As well as researchers from the Departments of Biology and Archaeology at York, the research team also included scientists from Yunnan Normal University, Kunming; Peking University, Beijing; Northwest A & F University, Yangling, and the Museum of Haelongjiang in China, Trinity College, Dublin and the Natural History Museum in Copenhagen. For more info: Origins of cattle farming in China uncovered ScienceDaily: Agriculture and Food News Origins of cattle farming in China uncovered L’articolo Origins of cattle farming in China uncovered sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.

Io scelgo l’ozio creativo

Questo è il futuro che ci hanno preparato. E lo hanno fatto per controllarci. Studia, segui le regole, fai i compiti, sgobba per prendere voti migliori, impara ciò che ti dicono di imparare, trovati un lavoro. Un lavoro vero. Uno di quelli che ti costringono a indossare giacca e cravatta tutti i giorni. Oziare con creatività – Flickr Dalla rivoluzione industriale a oggi il passo è breve. Tutto si riassume in una parola: razionalizzazione. Tutto deve essere razionalizzato. L’essere umano deve essere razionalizzato. Lo spazio deve essere razionalizzato. Il tempo deve essere razionalizzato. Non c’è spazio per l’…L’articolo Io scelgo l’ozio creativo sembra essere il primo su Marketing.

Anonimus John Doe: i nuovi occhiali da sole, le foto del party da Jekoo con Stankovic e Samuel

Jekoo ha presentato il nuovo occhiale da sole ;John Doe by Anonimus con cocktail party dal sapore calcistico, ;ospiti della serata sono stati i calciatori Andrea Ranocchia, Dejan Stankovic, Walter Samuel, Ivan Tomić, Samir Handanovič, Mateo Kovačić e Giampaolo Pazzini. Tutte le foto sono su Style & Fashion 2.0Continua a leggere Anonimus John Doe: i nuovi occhiali da sole, le foto del party da Jekoo con Stankovic e Samuel…Commenta » L’articolo Anonimus John Doe: i nuovi occhiali da sole, le foto del party da Jekoo con Stankovic e Samuel sembra essere il primo su Italyan Style.

Get the scoop! The Belle-V ice cream scoop launches today

Get the scoop! The Belle-V ice cream scoop launches today Get the scoop! The Belle-V ice cream scoop launches today Get the scoop! The Belle-V ice cream scoop launches today The Belle-V ice cream scoop feels great in your hand, works brilliantly and is crafted to last and last. LUNAR partnered with long time friends Alan Cook and Karl Ulrich to develop Belle-V with the vision of creating a select collection of outstanding kitchen tools for people who love great products. LUNAR designed, tested and refined several dozen ice cream scoop prototypes, eventually optimizing the asymmetric handle and refining the geometry of the angled scoop head with a spade shaped edge. Please visit our Kickstarter page to support us and learn about Belle-V here. Posted: October 29, 2013 at 10:31 am in Industrial Design, Meaning, Uncategorized | Permalink | Comments (0) | Trackback Leave a Reply via LUNAR > creativity that makes a difference industrial design, product design, engineering design, graphic design, interaction design » Industrial Design: | The Belle-V ice cream scoop feels great in your hand, works brilliantly and is crafted to last and last. LUNAR partnered with long time friends Alan Cook and Karl Ulrich to develop Belle-V with the vision of creating a select collection of outstanding kitchen tools for people who love great products. LUNAR designed, tested and refined several dozen ice cream scoop prototypes, eventually optimizing the asymmetric handle and refining the geometry of the angled scoop head with a spade shaped edge. Please visit our Kickstarter page to support us and learn about Belle-V here. For more info: Get the scoop! The Belle-V ice cream scoop launches today LUNAR > creativity that makes a difference industrial design, product design, engineering design, graphic design, interaction design » Industrial Design Get the scoop! The Belle-V ice cream scoop launches today Design42Day Get the scoop! The Belle-V ice cream scoop launches today Italian Design Italian Design – made in italy design furniture

Intesa Sanpaolo: bond da 50 milioni per il terzo settore

Intesa Sanpaolo: bond da 50 milioni per il terzo settore Intesa Sanpaolo: bond da 50 milioni per il terzo settore Un’obbligazione interamente dedicata a finanziare, attraverso la controllata Banca Prossima, soggetti nonprofit a tassi agevolati via risparmio: | Intesa Sanpaolo: bond da 50 milioni per il terzo settore Un’obbligazione interamente dedicata a finanziare, attraverso la controllata Banca Prossima, soggetti nonprofit a tassi agevolati Prosegui la lettura su: Intesa Sanpaolo: bond da 50 milioni per il terzo settore risparmio Intesa Sanpaolo: bond da 50 milioni per il terzo settore L’articolo Intesa Sanpaolo: bond da 50 milioni per il terzo settore sembra essere il primo su Bio Notizie.

How to create a personalized diet plan

How to create a personalized diet plan From Herbalife’s Discover Good Fitness & Nutrition Blog When you have a sample diet plan laid out for you, it can help you learn proper portions sizes and keep your calorie intake in check. Patients often ask me to provide them with sample diet plans – these can be especially useful if you’re just starting out and don’t really know what you should be eating, or how much. So this week, I’ve decided to share my sample diet plans with you, too. We’re going to go through this process step-by-step, so today’s post will give you an overview of the steps you’ll take in creating your own sample diet plan. First, you’ll want to become familiar with portion sizes of the various foods within each food group that will make up your diet plan – that’s today’s lesson. Then, over the next few days, I will post sample 3-day diet plans containing 1200 calories, 1500 calories, 1800 calories or 2200 calories per day so you can choose the plan that best suits your needs. Each plan consists of three meals and at least one snack. That’s why I include one mid-afternoon snack for everyone, with additional snacks at the higher calorie levels. Creating a diet meal plan step by step Step 1. Learn what foods to eat at each meal and snack To keep things simple, I like to break down each meal or snack into simple units – protein, fruit, vegetables, leafy greens, starch/grain, protein snacks, and ‘taste enhancers’. Each diet plan has its own basic structure based on these simple units. That way, it’s easy to remember what you should eat at each meal. Here are the basic structures for the different calorie levels: 1200 Calorie Diet Plan Breakfast: 1 Protein + 1 Fruit (+ vegetables if desired) Lunch: 1 Protein + 1 Vegetable + Leafy Greens + 1 Taste Enhancer Snack: 1 Protein Snack + 1 Fruit or Vegetable Dinner: 1 Protein + 1 Starch/Grain + 2 Vegetables + Leafy Greens + 1 Taste Enhancer Snack: 1 Fruit 1500 Calorie Diet Plan Breakfast: 1 Protein + 1 Fruit (+ vegetables if desired) Lunch: 1 Protein + 1 Vegetable + Leafy Greens + 1 Starch + 1 Taste Enhancer + 1 Fruit Snack: 1 Protein Snack + 1 Vegetable Dinner: 2 Protein + 1 Starch/Grain + 2 Vegetable + Leafy Greens + 1 Taste Enhancer Snack: 1 Fruit 1800 Calorie Diet Plan Breakfast: 1 Protein +1 Fruit (+ vegetables if desired) Snack: 1 Protein Snack Lunch: 2 Protein + 2 Vegetable + Leafy Greens +1 Starch/Grain + 1 Taste Enhancer + 1 Fruit Snack: 1 Protein Snack + 1 Fruit or Vegetable Dinner: 2 Protein + 1 Starch/Grain + 2 Vegetable + Leafy Greens + 1 Taste Enhancer Snack: 1 Fruit 2200 Calorie Diet Plan Breakfast: 2 Protein +1 Fruit (+ vegetables if desired) + 1 Starch/Grain Snack: 1 Protein Snack Lunch: 2 Protein + 2 Vegetable + Leafy Greens +1 Starch/Grain + 1 Taste Enhancer + 1 Fruit Snack: 1 Protein Snack + 1 Fruit or Vegetable Dinner: 2 Protein + 2 Starch/Grain + 2 Vegetable + Leafy Greens + 2 Taste Enhancer Snack: 1 Fruit Step 2. Learn your portion sizes Once you know the basic breakdown of your meal plan, the next step is to get familiar with the portion sizes within each of the food groups. This is one of the most important factors in keeping your calories in check. Each of the following items in each group count as one portion. PROTEIN – The proteins listed below are low in fat, and are the protein foods you should choose most often. Higher fat meats and dairy products, for instance, will have more calories. 1 protein unit is: 1 cup (250g) plain or vanilla nonfat yogurt or nonfat cottage cheese 3 ounces (85g) cooked poultry or lean meat 4 ounces (100g) cooked fish or shellfish 2 scoops Herbalife Formula 1 + 1 cup (250 ml) nonfat or lowfat milk* 1 whole egg + 4 egg whites OR 7 egg whites 5 ounces (125g) tofu FRUIT – Fresh or frozen fruits are generally better choices than dried fruits or fruit juices, since you will be getting the largest portion size for the calories you are eating. But I’ve listed fruit portions in various forms so you can choose for yourself. 1 fruit unit is: 1 cup (80g) of cut fruit or berries 1 average piece of fruit (apple, orange, banana, etc) 1 small handful of dried fruit ½ cup (125 ml) 100% fruit juice VEGETABLE – With the exception of starchy vegetables (such as corn and peas, which are listed with the starches) vegetables have the fewest calories per bite of any foods. In fact, the calories in leafy greens such as lettuce are so low, that they can be eaten in any amount. 1 vegetable unit is: 1 cup (80g) any vegetable Leafy greens – any amount. STARCH/GRAIN – The foods listed in this group are whole grain – they provide more vitamins, minerals and fiber than refined “white” starches like white rice or white bread. Try to choose whole grains whenever possible. 1 starch/grain unit is: ½ cup (150g) cooked grain (rice, pasta, quinoa, etc), beans, lentils, corn kernels or peas 1 slice whole grain bread ½ large potato, white or sweet 1 cup (250g) cooked rolled oats 2 corn tortillas PROTEIN SNACKS – Protein snacks contain fewer calories and less protein than a full portion of protein. These smaller protein “boosts” during the day help to keep hunger at bay. 1 protein snack is: 1 Herbalife Protein Snack Bar Deluxe 1 ounce (30g) roasted soy nuts 1 cup (250 ml) nonfat or lowfat milk 4 tablespoons (60g) hummus ½ cup (125g) nonfat cottage cheese or flavored yogurt 1 ounce (30g) lowfat mozzarella cheese ½ cup (85 g) edamame soybeans TASTE ENHANCERS – Small amounts of fats or sweets can be used to add flavor to your foods, but each of the following items contains 60-75 calories, which is why I limit them in the diet plans. Although avocado is technically a fruit, most of its calories come from fat, so it’s counted as a taste enhancer. Similarly, while nuts do contain modest amounts of protein, most of the calories in nuts also come from fat, so they are placed here. 1 taste enhancer is: 2 teaspoons (10 ml) olive, canola, sunflower or safflower oil 2 Tablespoons (30g) reduced-calorie salad dressing ¼ medium avocado small handful of nuts ½ ounce (15g) grated Parmesan cheese 1 Tablespoon (20g) jam, jelly, honey, syrup, sugar 2 Tablespoons (30g) light cream for coffee 2 Tablespoons (30g) ketchup 2 Tablespoons (30g) low fat sour cream or low fat mayonnaise FREE FOODS – Some food items have so few calories that they are considered free. Use the following as you wish: Mustard Vinegar Herbs and spices Garlic, onion Lemon, lime juices Salsa, hot pepper sauces, horseradish, Worcestershire sauce Extracts (vanilla, peppermint, etc) Broth or bouillon Soy sauce Calorie-free beverages and sweeteners Pan sprays for cooking Step 3. Create your menus Now that you’re familiar with the portion sizes for the different food groups, it’s time to put the meal plans together. Using the basic structure for the calorie level you choose, you can now “plug in” foods from each of the food groups to create your own diet plan. Watch for my posts to follow, in which I’ll share my 3-day diet plans for 1200 calories, 1500 calories, 1800 calories and 2200 calories. Written by Susan Bowerman, MS, RD, CSSD. Susan is a paid consultant for Herbalife. *2 scoops of Herbalife Formula 1 Nutritional Shake Mix + 1 cup nonfat or lowfat milk counts as a protein choice. When mixed together, it may be used as a meal replacement shake to replace no more than two meals per day. via Discover Good Nutrition, Fitness & Beauty: Learn more about Herbalife – Follow @Herbalife on Twitter- Like Herbalife on Facebook- What is Herbalife? More fitness advice – Watch Fit Tips Videos on YouTube- Straightforward exercise advice- Get fit = be happy. Positivity advice Nutrition advice for you – Watch Healthy Living on YouTube- Dieting advice you might like- Interesting weight loss articles Copyright © 2013 Herbalife International of America, Inc. For more info: How to create a personalized diet plan Discover Good Nutrition, Fitness & Beauty How to create a personalized diet plan L’articolo How to create a personalized diet plan sembra essere il primo su My Biologica.