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(Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News Love to eat milk chocolates but are wary of its negative health effects as a result of higher levels of added sugar and fat Take heart Researchers have found a way to introduce the health benefits of dark chocolate – a powerful source of antioxidants – into milk chocolates Researchers from the North Carolina State University in the US have developed a method to use peanut skin extracts to make milk chocolate that has even more nutritional benefits of dark chocolate without affecting the taste They extracted phenolic compounds from peanut skins – a waste product of peanut production – and encapsulated them into maltodextrin powder which is an edible carbohydrate with a slightly sweet flavour that comes from starchy foods such as potatoes rice or wheat The maltodextrin powder was incorporated into the milk chocolate “If applied to commercial products peanut skin extracts would allow consumers to enjoy mild tasting products and have exposure to compounds that have proven health benefits” said lead author Lisa L Dean from the North Carolina State University Including these extracts would allow for a value-added use of the discarded skins because peanut skins are a waste product of the blanching process of the peanut industry the authors said Consumer testing of 80 subjects who compared samples of both milk chocolates with peanut extracts and without showed that the fortified chocolates were liked as well as the untreated milk chocolate These tests also showed that the threshold for detecting the presence of the peanut skin extract was higher than that needed to fortify the milk chocolate to antioxidant levels comparable to dark chocolate the researchers noted in the paper appearing in the Journal of Food Science For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS Written by Shahnaz Husain | New Delhi | Updated: April 17 2016 2:16 pm After cleansing tone the skin with chilled rose water or a rose-based skin tonic (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News It’s important to protect your skin and hair from the harsh Summer sun so here are some excellent tips to help with your regimen SKIN Cleansing is of great importance for the working woman who leaves home to get to work battling traffic and exposing herself to the grime and pollutants in the air Always cleanse the skin at night before going to bed so that you can remove make-up stale sweat and oil deposits as well as dirt and pollutants A tulsi neem face wash would be ideal for summer It would help to remove impurities and soothe and protect the skin from eruptions and rashes Read More After cleansing tone the skin with chilled rose water or a rose-based skin tonic It not only refreshes and cools the skin but also helps to stimulate blood circulation to the skin surface and add a glow A matte moisturizer is ideal if the weather is hot and humid For dry skins spray on a moisture mist If your work entails traveling apply a sunscreen For oily skin oil-free sunscreen is available Use a facial scrub two or three times a week A facial scrub helps to remove dead cells and provides deep cleansing of the skin It brightens and refines the skin If your skin is dry nourish it at night after cleansing Apply a nourishing cream and massage it into the skin using circular strokes The pressure should be more as you go upwards and slightly outwards Wipe it off after three to four minutes of massage Twice a week use a face mask Apply it on the face avoiding the lips and area around eyes Wash it off when it is dry To refresh your make-up you need to carry a few items in your handbag During summer fragrant wet tissues can be most refreshing They are easily available Use them to cleanse the skin and remove grease and sweat A powder compact of pressed powder is also handy It helps to get rid of that oily look in summer First wipe with the tissues and then dab the powder You also need a lipstick to touch-up after lunch Apply powder on the lips and then apply lipstick Remember to carry a small bottle of cologne or your favourite deodorant Tie your hair tied back in a pony tail Actually pony tails are in fashion You can have a high or low pony tail tied back with ribbons (Source: Varinder Chawla) HAIR Although long hair is in fashion avoid keeping it loose while you are at work This is more so in summer Fussing with the hair is most distracting Put it up in a roll or pin it up It can also be tied back in a pony tail Actually pony tails are in fashion You can have a high or low pony tail tied back with ribbons In fact match the ribbon with the colour of your outfit Or use a hair accessory Many kinds of clips and other attractive hair accessories are available But they should not be too decorative for work You can even curl the ends of the hair with curlers and then tie them in a pony tail or pin then up with a clip Also read:Kareena Kapoor Khan on desi ghee being a vegetarian and kachoris—The FOODieInterview Braids (plaits) may also look nice for work although it may take time Braids for work hairstyle can be done on long and medium length hair Divide your hair into three parts and intertwine it like a rope Towards the end of the braid use elastic band or a ribbon to tie it up Braids look neat on young working women As far as the new trends are concerned the more natural look in hair is making its way in with a look of ease Keep the hair away from the face If you have short hair wear it softly and naturally layered Even in hair colour use subtle colours with natural Shahnaz Husain is a noted beauty expert who promotes herbal remedies For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRelated News Subdued plaids long double-breasted coats and lashings of black and leather: Alexander McQueen’s latest menswear offering is as dark and brooding as the stormy London weather outside The label’s catwalk Tuesday shown in a darkened chapel as part of London’s menswear collection presentations was all about black paired with silver or gold accents sharp tailored suits and minimal geometric shapes Skinny trousers were layered with kilts and skirts and an occasional pink and black plaid outfit provided a burst of color But the overall mood was severe and understated “I liked the simple graphic ideas the references to post-punk I liked how it was simple and dark” said Nick Sullivan fashion director for American Esquire magazine “It felt very London” Seemingly simple designs delivered big impact Lines and stripes from a bold square pattern first appearing on a monochrome turtleneck jumper become patchwork accents on the shoulders of grey tailored jackets Pleats placed at the backs of coats livened up otherwise strait-laced pieces Flowing leather coats and clunky platform boots provided a punk edge The label is better known for its womenswear but McQueen himself famously started his career in fashion as an apprentice at Savile Row home to London’s most revered tailors The designer committed suicide in 2010 and the label has since been helmed by his long-time collaborator Sarah Burton The brand is showcasing at London men’s collections which split from the main twice-yearly womenswear fashion week several seasons ago Other designers also unveiling their menswear this week include US label Tom Ford and British luxury goods label Burberry as well as traditional British tailoring brands Hardy Amies Hackett London and Gieves and HawkesBy: IANS | London | Published: May 10 2017 8:18 pm Mukti Bhawan or Hotel Salvation in English will premiere in London as a part of BFI Southbank Related News After winning accolades at the Venice Film Festival and the New York Indian Film Festival Shubhashish Bhutianis Hotel Salvation — Mukti Bhawan in Hindi — will soon premiere in Britain The film which is about a father and son trying to mend their relationship will have its Britain premiere at BFI Southbank here as part of the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival which will start from June 22 and go on till June 29 The film will be screened on June 27 It will open in cinemas in Britain in late summer and will also be a centre of attraction at the BFI Southbank film season running from April till December According to the official BFI site the India on Film is part of UK/India 2017 a major cultural celebration between the two countries in collaboration with the British Council The deal was negotiated by Julie Pearce Head of BFI Distribution and Marina Fuentes Director of International Sales & Acquisitions at Cinestaan International Ltd read a statement on Wednesday The film brings forth the story of how a father and son reconnect when the father asks his son to go with him on his final pilgrimage to Varanasi Hotel Salvation stars Adil Hussain Lalit Behl and Geetanjali Kulkarni Bhutiani is thrilled at the Britain release Also read |Mukti Bhawan actor Adil Hussain: I feel underused unexploited in movies “We couldn’t have asked for more and after such warm responses from all around the world and in India I can’t wait to see how the audience in the UK reacts to the film” Bhutiani said The film won the Prix Enrico Fulchignoni at last year’s Venice Film Festival It also won Best Film at the New York Indian Film Festival and a Special Mention at the 64th National Film Awards Pearce feels that the film “will strongly appeal to UK audiences” and praised the director saying that “he is part of the current new wave of fresh and exciting young Indian directors and is without doubt a talent to watch” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 11 2017 9:23 pm Joe Root said new leg spinner Mason Crane was typical of the modern cricketer (Source: Reuters) Top News England captain Joe Root said new leg spinner Mason Crane was typical of the modern cricketer who feels at ease in switching between the many formats of the game The 20-year-old has received his maiden test call-up for next week’s day-night game against West Indies at Edgbaston the first to be played in England with a pink Dukes ball under lights But most of his preparation has been with the white ball used in the shorter formats On Thursday he took three wickets for Hampshire against Glamorgan in the T20 competition “He is a very exciting prospect and this is a great opportunity” said Root “T20 is part and parcel of the schedule and you’ve got to be able to switch between formats He’ll have a good week’s preparation now” The highly rated leg-spinner played two T20 games for England against South Africa earlier this summer effectively sealing the series by having AB de Villiers caught in the deep off his googly delivery He is not certain to play at Edgbaston where the timing and pink ball is likely to favour the seamers and his first-class record is modest — 70 first-class wickets at almost 42 runs each But his inclusion in the squad over his Hampshire team mate off-spinner Liam Dawson probably reflects England’s desire to take a leg-spinner to Australia for the forthcoming Ashes series Last winter Crane was plucked from grade cricket by New South Wales to become the first overseas player to play for them in the Sheffield Shield since Imran Khan in 1984-85 He took five wickets on his debut against South Australia For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rushil Dutta | Pune | Published: September 20 2013 3:24 am Related News People gathered in huge numbers to see various processions passing by Numerous heads were adorned with saffron bandanas that read ganpati bappa morya Kasba Ganpati Mandalthe first of the five manacha Ganpati mandals of Punearrived in pomp to the thundering sounds of Kamyani Dhol PathakRamanbaug Prashala Dhol Pathak and Prabhat Band The band was led by Shripad Sohlapurkar The Kasba procession had a large number of women devotees dancing in fugdis We have gathered to celebrate womanhood and protest the growing crime against women?
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