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The “golden spice” curcumin is a special compound found in turmeric that can help relieve arthritis symptoms, ease stress, improve mood and assist with longevity and age-related issues. However, the potential of this compound has never been realized due to turmeric’s horrible absorption rate. That’s yesterday’s news, thanks to Ambrosia Golden® Super Turmeric – that delivers a game-changing 9x higher absorption for faster joint relief, improved brain function and gut health.
9x Higher Absorption
When it comes to nutritional science and pharmaceuticals, bioavailability is critical. Bioavailability is the extent to which absorption occurs, and the measurement of how much of a drug reaches its target site in your body. For something like aspirin, this would be how much of the active ingredient in the pill you swallowed actually gets to your aching elbow.
Ambrosia Golden® uses HydroCurc technology to deliver an industry-best 9x more effective absorption than regular turmeric or curcumin extracts. In combination with a full serving of powerful vitamin C, this gives Golden® an unparalleled ability to reduce pain, increase your body’s antioxidant capacity, improve brain function and lower factors involved with heart disease.
Golden® is your supercharged daily turmeric supplement that supplies 900mg HydroCurc Curcuma longa extract delivering 765mg of active curcuminoids to your body. Also included in 100% of the RDA of vitamin C, for extra antioxidant protection and defense. Ambrosia Golden® is your best choice to reap the many benefits of turmeric as quickly as possible.
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Remember That Time Sean Astin Tried To Direct a ‘Fantastic Four’ Movie?
As we are reaching the end of 2023, casting rumors around the MCU's Fantastic Four movie are swirling in the air, and the Fox Marvel movie characters are reportedly returning for Deadpool 3, there has never been a more appropriate time to look back on the cinematic history of Marvel's first family. At this point, The Fantastic Four has been brought to life by numerous filmmakers. Tim Story gave us the original duology in the mid-2000s, Josh Trank bamboozled us with the production mishap that was Fant4stic, and even Roger Corman produced an unofficially released live-action film in the mid-'90s. Simply put, this group of characters are no strangers to moviegoers. But what about the films that were never made? What about Sean Astin's Fantastic Four?
By: Samuel Williamson
Title: Remember That Time Sean Astin Tried To Direct a ‘Fantastic Four’ Movie?
Sourced From: collider.com/sean-astin-fantastic-four-movie/
Published Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2023 13:00:14 GMT
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The Download: COP28 controversy and the future of families
This is today’s edition of The Download our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology.
Why the UN climate talks are a moment of reckoning for oil and gas companies
The United Arab Emirates is one of the world’s largest oil producers. It’s also the site of this year’s UN COP28 climate summit, which kicks off later this week in Dubai.
It’s a controversial host, but the truth is that there’s massive potential for oil and gas companies to help address climate change, both by cleaning up their operations and by investing their considerable wealth and expertise into new technologies.
The problem is that these companies also have a vested interest in preserving the status quo. If they want to be part of a net-zero future, something will need to change—and soon. Read the full story.
How reproductive technology can reverse population decline
Birth rates have been plummeting in wealthy countries, well below the “replacement” rate. Even in China, a dramatic downturn in the number of babies has officials scrambling, as its population growth turns negative.
So, what’s behind the baby bust and can new reproductive technology reverse the trend? MIT Technology Review is hosting a subscriber-only Roundtables discussion on how innovations from the lab could affect the future of families at 11am ET this morning, featuring Antonio Regalado, our biotechnology editor, and entrepreneur Martín Varsavsky, founder of fertility clinic Prelude Fertility. Don’t miss out—make sure you register now.
I’ve combed the internet to find you today’s most fun/important/scary/fascinating stories about technology.
1 Instagram recommends sexual content to adults that follow kids
Test accounts were served risqué posts and disturbing videos. (WSJ $)
Meta was aware it had millions of underage users, a complaint alleges. (NYT $)
2 The first transatlantic flight powered by alternative fuels has taken off
Waste fats and corn leftovers are fueling the flight between London and New York. (BBC)
Here are the key phrases you need to know to understand climate change. (Vox)
Everything you need to know about the wild world of alternative jet fuels. (MIT Technology Review)
3 The United Arab Emirates planned to strike oil deals during COP28
Which doesn’t seem terribly climate-friendly. (BBC)
AUAE AI firm is believed to have covertly worked with Chinese companies. (NYT $)
China’s own carbon emissions are on course to peak soon. (Economist $)
4 Starlink can only operate in Gaza with Israel’s approval
That’s according to Elon Musk, who is visiting Israel currently. (FT $)
5 Foxconn is struggling to build iPhones in India
So the manufacturer started shipping over skilled workers from China. (Rest of World)
6 The world’s banana supply is in serious trouble
A deadly fungus is sweeping through crops—and there’s no known cure. (Bloomberg $)
7 Digital car keys don’t always work the way they’re supposed to
Which is a major problem if you can’t guarantee your vehicle is secure. (The Verge)
8 It’s not just you—dating is tough
But these tips can help to make it a less harrowing experience. (WP $)
Here’s how the net’s newest matchmakers help you find love. (MIT Technology Review)
9 Big dogs don’t live that long
But biotech company Loyal is hoping to change that with an experimental drug. (Wired $)
These scientists are working to extend the life span of pet dogs—and their owners. (MIT Technology Review)
10 The quiet bliss of living in an internet-free home
And how you can achieve it, too. (The Atlantic $)
How to log off. (MIT Technology Review)
Quote of the day
“He ignored me royally, which is his privilege. And he lost almost all the money that he had invested.”
—Christine Lagarde, president of the European Central Bank, explains to students in Frankfurt how one of her sons lost his money on crypto, despite her repeated warnings, Reuters reports.
The big story
Are you ready to be a techno-optimist again?
Back in 2001, MIT Technology Review picked 10 emerging areas of innovation that we promised would “change the world.” It was a time of peak techno-optimism.
By: Rhiannon Williams
Title: The Download: COP28 controversy and the future of families
Sourced From: www.technologyreview.com/2023/11/28/1083923/the-download-cop28-controversy-and-the-future-of-families/
Published Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2023 13:10:00 +0000
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