Healthy at last, DeMarcus Cousins stoked to be with Rockets

For all it took to get here, all the pain endured and patience tested, DeMarcus Cousins can at last celebrate a simple fact.

“Man,” he said Thursday, “I feel incredible.”

It was a long time coming, from the Achilles injury with the Pelicans, the quad injury with the Warriors, the knee injury with the Lakers, and all the rehab it took to the daily workouts that have turned heads at Toyota Center since Cousins signed with the Rockets as a free agent.

The road back was grueling for the four-time All-Star and is certainly not complete. Cousins has played just 30 games in nearly two seasons since suffering his Achilles injury against the Rockets in January 2019. He did not play at all last season, having injured his ACL in an August 2019 pickup game after signing with the Lakers.

But with all that it took to come this far,

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Healthy meals in minutes



a bowl of food on a table: Each meal is below 330 calories.


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Each meal is below 330 calories.

WITH more mums now working from home and juggling kids, online schooling and household chores at the same time, finding time to cook a proper meal can be challenging.

The temptation to order fast food is irresistible given its convenience, but it certainly isn’t a healthy option for growing children.

Pasta is an all-time kid favourite and is a nutritious choice for children’s meals.

Knowing that time is of the essence for full time working mums today, Ayam Brand has come up with a range of ready-to-eat frozen spaghetti meals that tick the right boxes where healthy eating is concerned.

Made with organic pasta and with no added MSG, artificial flavorings or preservatives, these meals offer a solution for those days when cooking from scratch is just not possible but you still want to avoid serving instant noodles

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High demand for healthy Christmas tree crop | Business News



Christmas tree sales

Kate and Connor Emmel, of Madison, shop for a pre-cut Christmas tree at Hann’s Christmas Farm in the town Oregon. Customers can also choose to cut their own tree.




Greg Hann’s father planted his first tree in the town of Oregon in 1968. The 50-acre Hann’s Christmas Farm on Tipperary Road now has 48,000 trees that are sold to families who come to buy one already cut or hike the property to pick and cut their own. Hann, who purchased the business in 2000, said the weekends before and after Thanksgiving brought in droves of customers eager for a tree and who also took advantage of ideal weather. Many of his customers haven’t had a live tree for years but want more of an experience this year amid the pandemic.

“”It’s not specifically ‘oh we need a live tree,'” Hann said. “It’s all the memories and

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Jason Day is Healthy and Looking Forward to Another Shot at Augusta

Jason Day took some time out of his holiday preparations last week to talk about Tiger Woods, Bryson DeChambeau, winning majors and most importantly to him, his mother, Dening. After dealing with injuries that have hindered his success on the course, and his mother’s health problems off the course, he sounds as optimistic as ever about his 2021 and beyond.



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“Hopefully, it’s a little bit more positive than what I’ve had in 2020. Obviously I’m going to do a lot of work in the off weeks. The holidays are coming up and there’s some time to spend with the family which I will do, but I’m also looking forward to working on my swing, trying to do a little bit of change for my back. And then also start working with a new coach so that’ll be fun.

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Rockets Hoping Healthy John Wall Entices James Harden To Stay In Houston, KD Says Wall Looks ‘Amazing’

By trading disgruntled guard Russell Westbrook to the Wizards in exchange for John Wall, the Rockets are hoping to make their team better and to entice James Harden to remain in Houston.

Kevin Durant, who said reports that he had conversations with Harden about becoming part of a “Big Three” with himself and Kyrie Irving in Brooklyn were “made up,” says he recently worked out with Wall and he looks “amazing.”

“He looked amazing to

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Learn to Cook Healthy, Tasty and Satisfying Food at Our Reader Events

It’s no secret that cooking can be a chore, especially for the time-conscious man. Sourcing ingredients, finding a recipe and putting the hours in over the stove can feel like one rep too many for anyone juggling life’s various tasks. Arm yourself with the right know-how, however, and upgrading your culinary skills isn’t so daunting.

Which is why Men’s Health has teamed up with Good Housekeeping to bring you, the Men’s Health reader, a series of cookery classes that are loaded with impressive recipes, sustainable ingredients and easy-to-follow tips that will have you impressing friends and family in no time. Expect expert-led grilling courses, inspiring plant-based masterclasses and macro-friendly sessions on cooking healthy and lean meals.

It doesn’t matter if you’re new to cooking or fancy yourself as the next Anthony Bourdain, either way you’ll turn up, have fun and come away having learned something new from trusted Good Housekeeping

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Corporate LMS market anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 28.23% over the forecast period 2018-2025.

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Dec 02, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware. Market Study Report LLC: The Report Global Corporate LMS Market Report explores the essential factors of the Corporate LMS market considering such as industry situations, market demands, market players adopted business strategies and their growth scenario. The Global Corporate LMS market has been separated by this report based on the key players profiles, Type, Application and Regions

Corporate learning management system (LMS) is a system which is preferred by companies to educate their employees. It provides various online material so that it can easily manage employees progress as well as monitor their performance. It can analyses skill gap analysis with providing pre-testing. There are many benefits of corporate LMS such as it organizes e-learning content in one location, it provides unlimited access to eLearning materials, it can easily

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Etsy Can Stay Healthy Without Face Masks

Etsy seems to have cornered 2020’s key fashion accessory.

The company generated more than $600 million in gross merchandise sales on face masks alone in the second and third quarters, helping its share price more than triple this year. So what happens when mask sales, which are already on the decline, go away? Early holiday sales data are encouraging, suggesting Etsy could continue to climb, buoyed by more-sustainable categories and a defensible business model.

In its third-quarter report, Etsy said masks’ percentage of gross merchandise sales had dropped to 11%. It cited a steady monthly deceleration, expecting mask sales to be substantially lower in the fourth quarter compared with a quarter earlier.

Still, data from Edison Trends show that Etsy expanded online customer spending on Cyber Monday by 73% year-over-year—well ahead of top retailers such as Target and Amazon , at 43% and 19%, respectively.

Since it is unlikely that

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Fixing the Food System to Produce Healthy Diets

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Food Security and Nutrition

A young boy cooks food at his home in Masunduza, Mbabane, Eswatini. Experts say the current food system does not promote or produce healthy diets. Credit: Mantoe Phakathi/IPS

A young boy cooks food at his home in Masunduza, Mbabane, Eswatini. Experts say the current food system does not promote or produce healthy diets. Credit: Mantoe Phakathi/IPS

MBABANE, Dec 3 2020 (IPS) – As the world accelerates towards achieving the targets of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, it is time to replace the current broken food system. With only a decade left to reach the deadline, evidence shows that the way food is produced, processed and transported is not only destructive to the environment but it is also leaving millions behind.

According to the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) The State of Food and Nutrition in the World 2019 report, over 820 million people across

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Healthy alternatives helping to re-imagine cuisine

While many find the taste of traditional soul food like fried chicken, catfish and grits enticing, when these foods are not consumed in moderation, like anything else, they can pose health risks.



a bowl of food on a plate: Chef Marcus Samuelsson's shrimp curry with sweet potatoes and swiss chard, made in October 2020 during cook-a-long, showcasing the versatility and nuances of Black cuisine. "One of the most important things for me was to show that Black food is not monolithic it's highly layered," Samuelsson said.


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Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s shrimp curry with sweet potatoes and swiss chard, made in October 2020 during cook-a-long, showcasing the versatility and nuances of Black cuisine. “One of the most important things for me was to show that Black food is not monolithic it’s highly layered,” Samuelsson said.

But soul food as a sector of cuisine is not unhealthy, said Marcus Samuelsson, the award-winning chef and food activist, and the founder and owner of Red Rooster in Harlem, Marcus B&P in Newark, and NoHu Rooftop in Weehawken, and author of “The Rise: Black Cooks and the Soul of American Food.”

“We have so many healthy foods in our communities,” Samuelsson said.  

Start the day smarter.

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