All posts for the month July, 2013

Earth’s 10 Strangest Natural Phenomena

Published July 21, 2013 by jindanee


10 ร้านอาหารที่มีวิวอันสวยงาม

Published July 14, 2013 by jindanee

10 ร้านอาหารที่มีวิวอันสวยงามน่าทึ่ง

กรุงเทพมหานคร ไทย : Sirocco Restaurant


บาหลี อินโดนีเซีย:BREEZE at The Samaya

อริอะทอลล์ใต้ มัลดีฟส์:Ithaa Undersea Restaurant

ปารีส ฝรั่งเศส:Le Jules Verne

ควีนส์ทาวน์ นิวซีแลนด์:Skyline Restaurant

บริติชโคลัมเบีย แคนาดา:Eagle’s Eye Restaurant

บิกซูร์ แคลิฟอร์เนีย สหรัฐอเมริกา:Sierra Mar

แซนซิบาร์ แทนซาเนีย:The Rock
เอเธนส์ กรีซ:Strofi
ลาสเวกัส เนวาด้า สหรัฐอเมริกา:Top Of the World




What foods are good for your eyes?

Published July 10, 2013 by jindanee

We all know that certain foods and minerals are great for our bodies in various ways. Here we will briefly discuss a few of the foods that can help your eyes. To begin with, I will tell you that your mom was right: eatingcarrots is really the best thing for your eyes. They are full of beta carotene, which as an antioxidant can reduce the chances of cataracts and eye degeneration. Another great mineral is Vitamin C, which we find in bell peppers, Brussels sprouts, and broccoli. Turkey and, yes, ostrich meat are both great for the eyes as they are chock full of zinc. This is key for retinal health. Another great vegetable full of beta carotene are delicious sweet potatoes. One food that is full of a ton of eye healthy minerals is spinach: a total of 4! Most of these foods are found in a good Thanksgiving dinner, but also should be eaten on a regular basis, especially if there is a family history of cataracts or other eye problems. These foods are so versatile that there is really no reason not to add them to your diet.

Why do onions make tears?

Published July 10, 2013 by jindanee

Onions can make even the strongest man cry. Why? It is a very technical explanation, but basically, it boils down to a bit of a chemical reaction between your eyes and the onion. An onion sitting on the counter is fine, but the second you begin chopping it up, you are starting a chain of events in the kitchen. Amino acid sulfoxides are transformed into sulfenic acids as the cells are broken during the slicing and dicing process. This results in the release of propanethiol S-oxide, which is the vapor that wafts up and into your eyes. Once the sulfuric acid compound hits the natural tears in your eyes, things really get bad and the end result is sulfuric acid. Your poor eyes fight back the only way they can and produce more tears to try and wash away the nasty acid. You end up crying. Once the onions hit the frying pan or begin cooking, the enzyme that had you bawling is neutralized. Although there are plenty of tips and tricks that have been passed down through the years, there are only a few that actually work. Refrigerate your onions before cutting, wear safety goggles or cut the onion under running water.

Water and mint to freshen up

Published July 10, 2013 by jindanee


Water is the essence of life, but unfortunately, there are plenty of people who can’t seem to get the amount of water they need to stay healthy. Often times it is because these people don’t care for the bland taste of the water and they will favor sugary sports drinks or fruit juices. Those drinks can only get you so far. Your body needs water. Plain old water. If you are struggling to get your taste buds to cooperate, the following tips can help you spruce up your water and make it a little more palatable as well as refreshing.

  • Get some mint leaves and crush them up on the bottom of the glass. Add water and you have created a refreshing and healthy drink.
  • Add a slice of lemon or orange to your water for a citrusy taste.
  • Caffeine-free herbal teas are also excellent ways to hydrate your body. You can get the minty flavorthis way or choose one of the fruity flavors like raspberry.
  • Invest in a filtering system. Filtered water can certainly change the taste, which may be what you need. It also filters out some of the impurities that are in the water.


Published July 7, 2013 by jindanee

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Updated: Fri, 05 Jul 2013 08:30:00 GMT | By MSN  News