Los Angeles based jeweller Ben Baller and his brand IFANDCO present the above rose gold and fully diamond encrusted version of the Kanye West designed adidas YEEZY Boost 350. If owning the sneaker is not special enough anymore, then you can go for this 3D pendant version of it and you can also be sure […]
Tonal is the name of the game at the moment. Tonal sneakers have been hot for a minute already, but things do not seem to slow down, at least judging by the incredible reactions to the soon to release all black adidas Ultra Boost. Matching the all black, we can today give you a first […]
Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, the longtime drummer for the Roots, has become legendary for his encyclopedic knowledge of black music, but he’s always been clear about his greatest inspiration: his father Lee Andrews, a famous Philly doo-wop singer who passed away this week at the age of 79. Andrews rose to local stardom as the lead member of Lee Andrews & The Hearts in 1953, and Questlove touched on that history and much more in a touching tribute he posted on Instagram:
The caption reads:
The Greatest Teacher in my life, my dad Lee Andrews June 2nd 1936-March 16 2016. I love you. For every backstage experience. For every drum lesson. For giving me your tireless work ethic. For our father & son record binging expeditions. For our arguments over the summer I discovered #ItTakesANationOfMillions. Read More
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Just about everyone caught in the daily grind could use a boost of energy — clearly, since in 2013, productiveness-promised energy drinks became the fastest-growing segment of the beverage industry, according to the New York Times.
Other than a short burst of energy, there are few benefits to energy drink consumption. The main ingredient in these elixirs — caffeine — inhibits the brain’s calming process, and in turn can amp up stress and anxiety, according to the Washington Post. Their high levels of sugar also cause blood sugar levels to spike and crash.
But there are foods that naturally contain amino acids that affect neurotransmitters to make the brain feel focused and happy, the Washington Post reported. Eating smaller, more balanced meals more regularly — rather than just noshing out come dinnertime — helps regulate blood glucose levels for even energy expenditure throughout the day, according to the BBC. No cup of joe needed.
This food mantra has been uttered before, but carbs do provide energy — complex carbs, that is, according to the BBC. That includes whole grains, nuts and oats, which translate into almonds and oatmeal. Simple carbohydrates in the form of natural foods like fruits that are high in sugar, and refined foods like cakes and white flours, can cause energy rushes and drops.
Combinations of protein, fiber and carbs are a good bet. Beans are nutrient-packed examples, consisting of carbs, proteins and fiber to keep its consumers full and with lasting energy,Greatistreported. The fiber helps regulate blood sugar. Other great choices are Greek yogurt and quinoa.
B vitamins also play a key role in turning food into energy, the BBC reported. These can be found in avocados, eggs and beans — which is one of many fine reasons to enjoy some huevos rancheros more often, according to the Washington Post.
Fatigue is often linked to iron deficiency since iron increases red blood cell circulation, which increases alertness, according to Business Insider. Foods rich in iron include good ole spinach, lentils, liver and chickpeas.
Following up Nike’s breakdown of HTM and in anticipation of Air Max Day next Saturday, March 26, the Swoosh and Hiroshi Fujiwara present the Air Max LD-Zero H. The resulting silhouette is a perfect combination of Nike’s performance heritage and the fragment design creative’s distinct aesthetics. Unique details can be seen throughout and regarding the collaboration, Fujiwara […]
The Retro 12 "French Blue" that was supposed to drop on 3/26 have been pushed back to 4/2
— Finish Line (@FinishLine) March 17, 2016
Jordan Brand goes back to basics with the release of an Air Jordan 1 Low in “Midnight Navy,” which is slated for a March 19 launch. Simple in its construction, “Midnight Navy” accents appear – in contrast to the silhouette’s tonal white leather upper – atop midfoot branding, inner liner, heel tab and outsole. Perforations […]
Take a look at the spaces above and be sure to check out DSM Haymarket’s opening on March 19.
adidas’ Pure Boost silhouette is not one to be overlooked, especially this one created in partnership with Japanese label kolor. kolor designer Junichi Abe renounces the vibrant color play typical of many of his designs in favor of an earth-toned palette, which adorns much of the upper. Comprised of several material stories – including cracked leather […]
Many people have decried the casting of Zoe Saldana in upcoming biopic Nina, but Ta-Nehisi Coates digs deep into why this choice struck a nerve.
via Music : NPR
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