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The bariatric meal plan consists of three well balanced meals daily with at least one snack Strive to build a meal plan that includes all of the food groups. FRUIT … PROTEIN Low-fat DAIRY Whole grain STARCH VEGETABLES This meal plan is designed to provide the nutrients needed and help keep you full and satisfied throughout the day while keeping your calorie intake no higher than 1500 calories daily Meal Planning is essential to ensure you will lose weight and maintain your weight loss. PLAN FOR MEALS – Food shop weekly. Think Plan: Create Menu Prepare Meals about want you will eat during the week , buying the foods from all food groups to build your menu. Each food group contributes different nutrients that are needed for good health. PREPARE FOR MEALS- Think ahead each week to what meals you will be preparing for lunch and dinner and do some preparation ahead of time. Follow Eating Schedule FOLLOW ROUTINE – Eat meals close to the same time everyday. When you follow an eating schedule you are less likely to eat the food you should avoid. You will burn more calories and your metabolism will work more efficiently. Develop a mindset that seeks to establish healthy eating behaviors as a life style approach as opposed to the quick fix approach of many short term diets from the past. IMPORTANT TIPS to remember forever: o o o o o o o o o o o Eat Protein first Eat one hour after waking up Eat every 4-5 hours Chew foods well and eat slowly(at least 30 minutes) Keep meals small Don’t drink with meals DO NOT DRINK CARBONATION (SODA) Do not smoke Stop eating when full or have met meal size Sip fluids slowly Continue with your vitamin regimen everyday Multivitamin with Folic Acid Vitamin B 12 Iron Calcuim o Make an appointment once a year for your Annual check up for the rest of your life DO NOT DRINK YOUR CALORIES. Liquids will pass through the reduced stomach pouch quickly and you will not feel full. This is a great way to gain all your weight back!! AVOID o High calorie drinks o Beverages made with sugar o Alcohol o Milkshakes o Special coffee drinks o Soda o Juice – only 4 ounces daily TO PORTION SIZES – keep portion sizes small See handout on food groups If you routinely eat too much, the small stomach pouch may stretch! To ensure long range success at losing and maintaining your weight loss follow the recommended servings as a guide. Keeping in mind that you will stop eating when your hunger is gone or when you feel comfortable. Continue to eat small pieces of food and chew your food thoroughly and eat slowly. You will increase your chance of success if you follow an eating routine of planning meals at the same time frame daily. Keep yourself in check once in a while by writing a food journal. Continue to use a scale and measuring cups consistently to keep yourself in check. HIGH FAT FOODS • • • • • • • • • • • Fast food Dining out often Fried foods Creams & Gravies Foods made with cream or gravy High fat dairy (cheese, ice cream) Junk food (chips ect..) Donuts, cakes, cookies, pastries, chocolate High fat meats like bacon and sausage High fat casseroles High fat convenient foods (frozen pizza, boxed meals) Do not fill up on empty calorie foods that are high in calories and low in nutritional value. Avoid the so called “Junk” foods that are high in fat and sugar. CONSUMING HIGH FAT FOOD ON A REGULAR BASIS WILL HELP YOU RE-GAIN YOUR WEIGHT. The food you eat should be as healthy as possible. Your small stomach pouch can only hold about a 1 cup – 1 ¼ cup of food. Therefore your goal is to attain the highest quality nutrient intake with a minimal volume of food. Your meal plan needs to be high in protein, vitamins and other important nutrients to be successful at attaining a healthy lifestyle. To increase satiety, try to plan meals and snacks by combining carbohydrate foods with protein, fiber and a small amount of fat. A well planned meal should satisfy feelings of hunger for three to four hours and provide the energy you need as you progress through the day. Sources of carbohydrates and fiber include whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Protein sources are lean meats, meat substitutes and low fat dairy.
Let’s get started When you start your MacBook Air for the first time, Setup Assistant will help you get going. Just follow a few simple steps to quickly connect to your Wi-Fi network, transfer your stuff from another Mac or a PC, and create a user account for your Mac. AC plug Headphone SD USB 3 You’ll also be able to log in with your Apple ID. This will allow you to shop the App Store, iTunes Store, and Apple Online Store. It will let you keep in touch using Messages and FaceTime. And it will let you access iCloud, which is automatically set up on your Mac in apps like Mail, Contacts, and Calendar. If you don’t have an Apple ID, you can create one in Setup Assistant. Thunderbolt Let’s get moving It’s easy to move files like documents, email, photos, music, and movies to your new Mac from another Mac or a PC. The first time you start your new Mac, it will walk you through the process step by step. All you have to do is follow the onscreen instructions. Multi-Touch gestures You can do a lot of things on your MacBook Air using simple gestures on the trackpad. Here are some of the most popular ones. Get to know your desktop The desktop is where you can find everything and do anything on your Mac. The Dock at the bottom of the screen is a handy place to keep the apps you use most. It’s also where you can open System Preferences, which lets you customize your desktop and other settings on your Mac. Click the Finder icon to quickly get to all your files and folders. The menu bar at the top has lots of useful information about your Mac. To check the status of your wireless Internet connection, click the Wi-Fi icon. Your Mac automatically connects to the network you chose during setup. USB 3 Power adapter Hello. Quick Start Guide AC power cord Power button Click Press down anywhere on the trackpad to click. Or, with Tap to Click enabled, simply tap the surface. Double click Press down two times anywhere on the trackpad. Or, with Tap to Click enabled, double-tap the surface. Pinch to zoom Zoom in and out of photos and web pages more precisely by pinching your thumb and finger. Rotate Turn your thumb and finger clockwise or counterclockwise to rotate an image. Secondary click (right click) Click with two fingers to open shortcut menus. Or, with Tap to Click enabled, tap two fingers anywhere.
Apple In The Classroom MacBook Air Rollout Guide April, 2013 Updated 4/15/2013 MacBook Air Rollout Workshop Topics Section 1 Anatomy of a MacBook Air o Ports, Features and Connectors o SD Card Slot, USB, Thunderbot o Power, USB, Headphone, Microphone Turning on Charging Tour Around The MacBook Air Home Screen o Toolbar o Top Buttons o Wi-Fi o Spotlight (search) o Date/Time o Logging In to MCS Section 2 Very Important, Must Read Page 8 - Damaged, Lost or Stolen Devices Page 7 - Care And Maintenance Of The MacBook Apple Support Site, MCS Technology Site Trackpad System Preferences, Dock Customizing Desktop Break Into Groups Section 3 Dock o How To Tell If An Application Is Open o How To Add Items To The Doc o Quit Apps vs. Closing How To Turn Programs Off Force Quitting Finder Launch Pad Mission Control Trash Bin Section 4 Safari Photo booth iPhoto Fun! MacBook Air Rollout Top 5 Videos To Watch Before Attend Apple College Training: http://www.apple.com/findouthow/mac Find them under the “Getting Started with the Mac” section: Anatomy of a MAC• PC to MAC: The Basics• Using Safari• Personalizing your MAC• Finder Basics• About Your MacBook Air Connections and Expansion Camera The built-in HD Camera faces the user, and can be used to take pictures and video. Wireless 802.11n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth Your MacBook should always be set to MCS Secure when at school. At home of traveling it will find other networks. Audio A pair of stereo speakers is hidden within the MacBook body Keyboard and Trackpad Backlit, Full size Keyboard, and multi function Trackpad Battery and Power Up to 7 working hours Included Software OS X Mountain Lion Includes Safari, Reminders, Notes, Dictionary, iCloud, Face Time, iPhoto, QuickTime, Photo Booth, Spotlight, Preview, and iTunes. MacBook Air Rollout More Included Software (Links to Web Resources are available by clicking the icon) Google Drive iMovie Turn pictures and video clips into an iMovie to share. Garage Band Create, record and share music. Smart Notebook Version 11 The newest version of software to control your Smart Board. One difference you will notice is the Adaptive Toolbar. SplashTop Will allow you to control your MacBook from your iPad. The technical details are now being worked out. We will notify Media Specialist when SplashTop is ready to use. ...
RECIPE BOOK RUBS MARINADES STEAK KC Rib Rub Carolina BBQ Rub Jazzin’ BBQ Dry Rub Beef Rib Rub Prime Rib Rub Blackening Rub Chicken Lovers Marinade Brewed Citrus Marinade Balsamic Marinade Real Tex-Mex Marinade Southern European Marinade Sweet Bing Cherry Marinade Teriyaki Marinade Caliente Chili Rubbed Steak Beer-Soaked Steak Kabobs Porterhouse Steak with Bleu Cheese Sauce Bleu Cheese Sauce Grilled Top Sirloin with Potatoes Grilled Rib Eye Steak Fiesta Steak Fajitas Grilled London Broil and Horseradish Grilled Filet Mignon Texas Style Smoked Brisket Bleu Cheese Burgers Garlic Burgers All American Burgers SAUCES Republic of Texas Real BBQ Sauce Carolina Vinegar Sauce Deep South BBQ Sauce Hickory and Honey BBQ Sauce Tiger Sauce Brisket Beer Mop Barbecue Sauce Americana Sweet Dreamin’ Birmingham Rib Sauce Sweet Apple Mop Sauce CHICKEN Southwest Rancho Chicken Spicy Spitfire Chicken Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu Teriyaki Grilled Chicken Garlic Grilled Chicken Grilled Fajitas Pollo PORK VEGETABLES Herbed Butterfly Pork Chops Good Old’ Boy Grilled Pork Chops Grilled Pork Spareribs Roasted Pork Roasts Applesauce Rubbed Pork Rib Roast Beer Grilled Pork Chops Perfectly Grilled Ham Cajun Pork Roast Grilled Potatoes Grilled Potato Wedges Baked Potato on the Grill Spicy Grilled Corn Grilled Polenta Grilled Eggplant Eggplant Italiano LAMB Southwestern Leg of Lamb Lamb Chops with Mint Herb and Garlic Lamb Chops SEAFOOD Glazed Salmon Supreme Grilled Pineapple Tuna Grilled Trout Grilled Basil Shrimp Return to Main Menu KC Rib Rub 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 tablespoon black pepper 1 tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon chili powder 1/4 cup paprika 3/4 tablespoon garlic powder 3/4 tablespoon onion powder 1 teaspoon cayenne (optional for heat) Mix all ingredients together and store in container. To use: rub mixture on meats or ribs at least 15 minutes before cooking, and leave at room temperature. To prepare ahead, coat meat and refrigerate up to 24 hours. Broilmaster Cookbook • Recipes • Rubs Return to Main Menu Broilmaster Cookbook • Recipes • Rubs Carolina BBQ Rub 2 tablespoons sugar 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 tablespoons ground cumin 2 tablespoons chili powder 2 tablespoons salt 2 tablespoons ground black pepper 1 tablespoon cayenne pepper 1/4 cup paprika Mix all ingredients together and store in container. To use: rub mixture on meats or ribs at least 15 minutes before cooking, and leave at room temperature. Coat meat (beef, chicken, lamb or pork) and refrigerate up to 24 hours.
Table of Contents Welcome to the DealBook® 360 User Manual..... 6 Before You Use DealBook® 360….... 6 Tips for Using This Manual.... 6 Section 1: Exploring DealBook® 360...... 7 Logging in to DealBook® 360...... 7 Viewing the DealBook® 360 Workspace.... 8 The DealBook® 360 Menu Bar ....... 8 Quick Access Toolbar ......... 9 The Status Bar ........ 9 Workspace List....... 10 Window List....... 11 The Quote Board.... 12 Chart Windows........ 14 The Open Positions Window...... 14 Working Orders................. 16 The News Window........ 16 The DealBook® 360 Workspace........... 16 The Dashboard......... 17 Managing DealBook® 360 Windows........ 18 Section 2: Opening and Managing Your Trades........ 19 Trading with the Order Types in DealBook® 360......... 19 Placing Direct Deal Orders........ 19 Placing Direct Deal Orders from the Quote Board.......... 20 Modifying Direct Deal Ticket Settings and then Placing an Order....... 20 Placing Direct Deal Orders from the Dashboard........... 23 Placing Orders from the New Order Window....... 24 Placing a Market Order in the New Order Window ...... 27 Placing a Limit or Stop in the New Order Window........... 27 Placing an OCO Pairs Order in the New Order Window.......... 29 Placing a Parent and Contingent Order in the New Order Window.......... 30 Setting a Trailing Stop in the New Order Window...... 32 Placing a Scale-out Order in the New Order Window............ 33 Trading from the Charts..................... 34 Managing Open Positions........... 36 Protecting Open Positions with Stops and Limits........ 36 Managing Working Orders............ 37 Closing Working Orders and Open Positions........ 38 Trading with Depth 360......... 39 Requesting a Quote.......... 42 Calculating Costs Using the Pip Calculator.......... 44 Filtering Orders............ 45 Viewing Filled Orders......... 45 Viewing Order History........ 46 Section 3: Using the Charting Tools........... 47 Opening Charts........... 47 Viewing the Chart Window............ 49 Using the Chart Toolbars...... 50 Selecting the Chart Type and Time Frame........ 52 Displaying a Second Currency Pair on the Chart Window..... 55 Displaying Delineation......... 56 Displaying the Cross and Additional Details....... 57 Displaying a Grid.................. 59 Displaying High/Low Zones........... 60 Drawing in the Chart.......... 60 Using the Fibonacci Drawing Tools..... 64 Using the Gann Drawing Tools....... 65 Using the DiNapoli Drawing Tools........ 66 Adding Arrows to the Chart....... 66 Adding Text to the Chart......... 67 Configuring Drawings in the Chart........... 67 Managing Drawings in the Chart Window....... 68 Placing Chart Line Orders........... 69 Displaying Indicators in the Chart.......... 70 Adding an Indicator to the Chart........ 70 Adding Multiple Indicators to the Chart......... 72 Editing Indicators in the Chart......... 74 Setting Indicators for All Charts.......... 75 Removing Multiple Indicators in the Chart......... 75 Editing Orders from the Chart......... 76 Setting Alarms.......... 78 Adding Price Alarms....... 78 Viewing the Alarms Window........ 79 Managing Indicator Alarms............ 80 Using the Value Calculator............. 81 Using Chart Templates............ 83 Creating a Chart History........ 84 Exporting Chart Data.......... 85 Section 4: Displaying Statements and Viewing Analytics........ 86 Displaying the Report Window....... 86 Displaying the Account History Statement........ 88 Displaying the Customer Account Summary Statement...... 89 Displaying the Customer Transaction Detail Statement.... 90 ...
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SNMPTN 2012 Matematika Doc. Name: SNMPTN2012MATDAS999 Version : 2013-04 halaman 1 01. Jika a dan b adalah bilangan bulat positif yang memenuhi ab = 220 - 219, maka nilai a+b adalah …. (A) 3 (B) 7 (C) 19 (D) 21 (E) 23 02. Jika 4log3 = k , maka 2log27 adalah … (A) k 6 (B) (C) (D) (E) k 6k 6 k6 k 03. Jika p+1 dan p-1 adalah akar-akar persamaan x2 - 4x + a = 0, maka nilai a adalah …. (A) 0 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3 (E) 4 04. Jika f adalah fungsi kuadrat yang grafiknya melalui titik (1,0), (4,0), dan (0,-4), maka nilai f(7) adalah …. (A) -16 (B) -17 (C) -18 (D) -19 (E) -20 Kunci dan pembahasan soal ini bisa dilihat di www.zenius.net dengan memasukkan kode 2429 ke menu search. Copyright © 2012 Zenius Education SNMPTN 2012 Matematika, Kode Soal doc. Name: SNMPTN2011MATDAS999 version : 2013-04 | halaman 2 05. Semua nilai x yang memenuhi (x + 3)(x - 1) ≥ (x - 1) adalah (A) 1 ≤ x ≤ 3 (B) x ≤ -2 atau x ≥ 1 (C) -3 ≤ x ≤ -1 (D) -2 ≥ x atau x ≥ 3 (E) -1 ≥ x atau x ≥ 3 06. Jika 2x - z = 2, x + 2y = 4, dan y + z = 1, maka nilai 3x + 4y + z adalah …. (A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 7 (E) 8 07. Jika diagram batang di bawah ini memperlihatkan frekuensi kumulatif hasil tes matematika siswa kelas XII, maka persentase siswa yang memperoleh nilai 8 adalah…. (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) 12 % 15 % 20 % 22 % 80 % Kunci dan pembahasan soal ini bisa dilihat di www.zenius.net dengan memasukkan kode 2429 ke menu search. Copyright © 2012 Zenius Education SNMPTN 2012 Matematika, Kode Soal doc. Name: SNMPTN2011MATDAS999 version : 2013-04 | halaman 3 08. Ani telah mengikuti tes matematika sebanyak n kali. Pada tes berikutnya ai memperoleh nilai 83 sehingga nilai rata-rata Ani aalah 80, tetapi jika nilai tes tersebut adalah 67, maka rata-ratanya adalah 76. Nilai n adalah …. (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5 (E) 6 09. Nilai maksimum fungsi objektif (tujuan) f(x,y) = 3x + 2y dengan kendala x + 2y ≤ 12, x ≥ 2, dan y ≥ 1 adalah …. (A) 16 (B) 18 (C) 32 (D) 36 (E) 38 10. Jika dan , maka determinan matriks AB - C adalah …. (A) -5 (B) -4 (C) 5 (D) 6 (E) 7 11. Agar tiga bilangan a + 2, a - 3, a - 4 merupakan barisan aritmatika, maka suku ke dua harus ditambah dengan …. (A) -3 (B) -2 (C) -1 (D) 1 (E) 2 Kunci dan pembahasan soal ini bisa dilihat di www.zenius.net dengan memasukkan kode 2429 ke menu search. Copyright © 2012 Zenius Education SNMPTN 2012 Matematika, Kode Soal doc. Name: SNMPTN2011MATDAS999 version : 2013-04 | halaman 4 12. Jika suku pertama barisan aritmatika adalah -2 dengan beda 3, Sn adalah jumlah n suku pertama deret aritmatika tersebut, dan Sn+2 - Sn = 65, maka nilai n adalah …. (A) 11 (B) 12 (C) 13 (D) 14 (E) 15 13. Jika suatu persegi dengan sisi satu satuan dibagi menjadi 5 persegi panjang dengan luas yang sama seperti ditunjukkan pada gambar di bawah ini, maka panjang ruas garis AB adalah … (A) 3 5 (B) 2 3 (C) 2 5 (D) (E) 1 5 1 5 14. Di suatu kandang tedapat 40 ekor ayam, 15 ekor diantaranya jantan. Di antara ayam jantan tersebut, 7 ekor berwarna putih. Jika banyak ayam berwarna putih adalah 22 ekor, maka banyak ayam betina yang tidak berwarna putih adalah … (A) 5 (B) 7 (C) 8 (D) 10 (E) 15 Kunci dan pembahasan soal ini bisa dilihat di www.zenius.net dengan memasukkan kode 2429 ke menu search. Copyright © 2012 Zenius Education SNMPTN 2012 Matematika, Kode Soal doc. Name: SNMPTN2011MATDAS999 version : 2013-04 | halaman 5 15. Jika f(x) = ax + 3, a ≠ 0 dan f-1 (f-1(9)) = 3, maka nilai a2 + a + 1 adalah … (A) 11 (B) 9 (C) 7 (D) 5 (E) 3 Kunci dan pembahasan soal ini bisa dilihat di www.zenius.net dengan memasukkan kode 2429 ke menu search. Copyright © 2012 Zenius Education
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RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE ANCHOR NOTES The Official Newsletter of Rhode Island College Intercollegiate Athletics Or visit us at: www.GoAnchormen.com Vol. XII No. 2 Providence, Rhode Island Winter Review/Spring Preview April 2011 Men’s Basketball Reaches Sweet 16 Anchormen Capture Little East Tourney Crown for Fourth Time The Rhode Island College men’s basketball team concluded another outstanding season by reaching the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Div. III Men’s Basketball Tournament for the second consecutive season. Head Coach Bob Walsh’s charges finished the season with a 21-8 overall record, reaching the 20-win milestone for the fifth straight year and sixth time in the last seven campaigns. RIC won the Little East Conference Regular Season Championship, sharing the title with Western Connecticut, for the fifth time in the last seven years, and the right to host the league’s semifinals and finals for the third season in a row. The Anchormen’s quest for their fourth LEC Tournament Championship in five years began with an epic, 102-92, double overtime win against longtime rival Keene State in the semifinals on Feb. 25. In the final seconds of regulation, the hosts were up by two, but an Owl putback after a missed free throw sent the game into overtime. Keene State made the most of its opportunity to try and put the Anchormen away, but after an intentionally missed free throw, junior center Mike Akinrola’s off-balance three-pointer at the buzzer started “The Murray Center Miracle” and sent the game into a second OT. RIC was not to be outdone as it outscored the Owls, 10-0, over the final five minutes to head to the tourney finals for the fifth year in a row. Eastern Connecticut, which had shocked second-seeded Western Connecticut in the other semifinal matchup, proved to be no match for the battle-hardened Anchormen who easily dispatched the Warriors, 62-49, to win the crown once again. It was quite an achievement for RIC as the Anchormen were one of only five schools in the nation to advance to the NCAA Div. III Men’s Basketball Tournament for the fifth year in a row. The Anchormen traveled to Oswego, N.Y. for first and second round action and opened with an 83-54 thrashing of Penn State Behrend on the strength of senior guard Antone Gray’s 19 points. Rhode Island College moved on to face Oswego State in the second round and defeated the Lakers, 71-63, to reach the Sweet 16. Junior forward Mason Choice led four Anchormen in double figures with a 17-point effort. RIC Reaches Sweet 16 continued on page two.... RIC Mourns the Passing of George Tracy ’51 Rhode Island College was saddened to learn that Athletic Hall of Famer George Tracy ’51 passed away on Mar. 2 at the age of 85. Tracy, who was inducted into the college’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000, was a foursport student-athlete during his playing days at RIC, participating in basketball, baseball, soccer and track. He was also part of the Student Council, Men’s Athletic Association and the Charles Carroll Club. He was named the College Man of the Year as a senior in 1951. After graduation, Tracy was a teacher and later became the principal at North Providence High School. He also served as the Director of Guidance at Smithfield High School. In North Providence, he coached little league, cross country an basketball. As an official, he was a member and past president of the Rhode Island Basketball Officials Association, the Association of Baseball Umpires of Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Football Officials Association and the Collegiate Baseball Umpires Association. He was inducted into the Providence Gridiron Hall of Fame (1995), the Rhode Island Interscholastic League (RIIL) Hall of Fame (2003), as well as, both the Rhode Island Baseball and Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame (1991). In addition, he was recognized by the National Football Foundation for his years of service as an official. “George was a mentor to me and countless other future coaches and officials in Rhode Island,” RIC Athletic Hall of Famer Charlie Wilkes ’64 said. “He was a man of utmost integrity and was well respected by all who knew him.” The Athletic Department has set up the George Tracy Fund in his memory. Please contact RIC at (401) 456-8007 to find out how to contribute.