By Nina L Khrushcheva
NEW YORK – “What we love will ruin us,” predicted Aldous Huxley in 1932. In Brave New World, he described a human race that, by 2540, has been destroyed by ignorance, a lust for constant entertainment, the dominance of technology, and an overabundance of material goods.
Magnus Carlsen is a big favourite to retain the World Chess Champion title. CNBC and Yahoo Sports quoted New York chess master Mig Greengard as saying that the only way Sergey Karjakin—his challenger—has a chance is if he can take Michigan and Pennsylvania.
In this ongoing series discussion of Guyana’s prospect during its coming time of oil and gas production and export (that is circa 2025), I had introduced in last week’s column the notion of the break-even price.
Protein is a macronutrient (nutrients we need in large quantities) that is chemically composed of amino acids. These amino acids are the essential building blocks of our structure, including muscle, immune cells, hormones and hair.
Hosororo, a small community within the Mabaruma sub-district of Region One (Barima/Waini), exudes serenity. Its tranquility seems to be tied to the spectacular view of the valley below the hilly village.
This past weekend I was in Orlando hosting the Caribbean American Passport Connection event (I had the name wrong in my previous column) where they honoured outstanding Guyanese contributors to America as part of our Jubilee Year celebrations.
Gym bag? Check. Water bottle? Check. Gloves? Check. Hair Tie? Check Snack? Maybe.
What and when to eat before and after a workout varies widely, with nutritional needs depending on your weight status, what food you’ve already eaten, and plans for subsequent meals in the hours after exercise.