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Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about Moscow project, BuzzFeed report says

Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about Moscow project, BuzzFeed report says

Donald Trump's then-personal attorney Michael Cohen stands behind him as a group of supporters lay hands on Trump in prayer during a campaign stop at the New Spirit Revival Center church in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, U.S. September 21, 2016.
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According to a new report from BuzzFeed, U.S. President Donald Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.

The report, published late Thursday evening, cited two federal law enforcement officials involved in investigating the matter. NBC News has not independently confirmed the report.

Cohen, who served for years as Trump's personal lawyer and fixer, pleaded guilty in November to lying to Congress about a proposed Trump real estate project in Russia and the extent of the president's involvement in and knowledge of that deal. The project never came to fruition.

Prosecutors said Cohen lied in order to minimize links between Trump and his Moscow building project, and to give the false impression that the project had died before the Iowa caucuses in February 2016, the first contest on the path toward a presidential nomination.

At that time, Trump accused his former fixer of lying about his admissions in order to "get a reduced sentence."

"He's a weak person and not a very smart person," Trump said.

When Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison in December it was for several crimes, including campaign finance violations he said Trump directed him to carry out.

According to the BuzzFeed report, the two law enforcement sources said Cohen told Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller's team that Trump personally told him to lie in order to hide the real estate mogul's ties to the Moscow negotiations. Mueller is investigating potential links between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin.

As for the BuzzFeed report, the White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment from CNBC sent late Thursday. The Washington Post quoted Trump's current lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, as saying, "If you believe Cohen I can get you a great deal on the Brooklyn Bridge."

The Associated Press, meanwhile, received a similar response from the former New York City mayor: "If you believe Cohen I can get you a good all cash deal on the Brooklyn Bridge."

Notably, BuzzFeed reported that Mueller's office learned about Trump's alleged order for Cohen to lie through "interviews with multiple witnesses from the Trump Organization and internal company emails, text messages, and a cache of other documents." Cohen, the report said, then subsequently acknowledged that directive.

Lanny Davis, who is Cohen's legal and communications advisor, declined to comment on the BuzzFeed story "out of respect for Mr. Mueller's and the Office of Special Counsel's investigation."

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, said in a Twitter post that the allegation against Trump in the BuzzFeed article "is among the most serious to date."

Drivers, police believe someone placing rocks in road along Paseo del Norte

Drivers, police believe someone placing rocks in road along Paseo del Norte


Drivers, police believe someone placing rocks in road along Paseo del Norte       ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Is someone intentionally targeting drivers by putting huge rocks in the middle of Paseo del Norte?

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Is someone intentionally targeting drivers by putting huge rocks in the middle of Paseo del Norte? 

That’s what police think may be happening on a west side stretch of the busy Albuquerque road, after a couple of recent crashes. 
A lifelong west side resident, Andrew Apodaca says he saw more than a dozen rocks on the road Sunday night while driving Paseo between Golf Course Road & Kimmick Drive NW. 
“It definitely looks like someone is strategically trying to hurt somebody,” said Apodaca. 
Apodaca says just before 10 p.m., he was heading to the grocery store, eastbound on Paseo toward Golf Course Road, when he saw the car in front of him swerve. 
“Before you know it, in a split second, I see these huge rocks just flying up in the air right at my car,” said Apodaca. 
Those rocks were the volcanic rocks the city has used to landscape the median at Paseo del Norte near the pedestrian bridge over Paseo. One of the rocks popped his tire while a second rock damaged the hood of his car. One of the rocks also bounced off Apodaca’s windshield, leaving a scrape in the glass. 
“I'm just lucky nothing crazy happened to me," said Apodaca. 
Another eastbound driver wasn’t so lucky. Joshua Duquette hit a rock he described as the size of a basketball. 
“I just felt a nick underneath my tire and my tires they, they just kind of jumped off the ground a little bit," said Duquette. 
The rock caused Duquette to lose control of his car, which eventually rolled into the median. 
“If I had been in the passenger’s seat, or if I had anybody in the car with me, they would have all...they would have all been dead," said Duquette. 
The force of the crash caved in the roof of Duquette’s new car and shattered his windshield, totaling the car, which Duquette had only had for a few days. 
According to the crash report, even the responding police officers believe the rocks were "intentionally placed or thrown into the road." 
“I almost have no doubt that somebody did this intentionally," said Duquette. 
Duquette and Apodaca are now warning others about the roadway. 
“Wind can't blow those huge things that way,” said Apodaca. “Just watch the street because people keep doing this.” 
KRQE News 13 asked Albuquerque Police if they've received other reports of these rocks potentially being placed in the middle of Paseo del Norte, however a department spokesman didn’t answer the question Tuesday. 
Online, several other drivers who live in that area say they've seen the exact same thing recently. 
The city of Albuquerque’s Solid Waste Department oversees maintaining most medians in the city. The department’s spokeswoman said a crew was sent to check out the area Tuesday, but so far, they have no plans on doing anything different with the thousands of rocks along that median. 

Two teens in custody; accused of NW Albuquerque carjacking

Two teens in custody; accused of NW Albuquerque carjacking


Two teens in custody; accused of NW Albuquerque carjacking     ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Albuquerque Police arrested two juveniles they said pulled out guns, carjacked two people and caused chaos in the northwest part of the city.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Albuquerque Police arrested two juveniles they said pulled out guns, carjacked two people and caused chaos in the northwest part of the city.

It all happened around 3 p.m. Tuesday, near Unser and Irving. It was also captured on home surveillance video.
The video shows two people get out of a car, faces covered, one of them pointing what appears to be a gun. 
"They run to the vehicle and tell them, 'Get out of the car and get on the ground,'" a neighbor said.
According to the neighbors, the people who were carjacked were being followed for awhile when they decided to pull over.
"It was suspicious," the neighbor said. "They kept looking in their rear-view mirror and they knew something was wrong."
Police also believe the suspects in this case could be tied to another carjacking that happened around 3:30 p.m.
"They seem to be connected to the second one. We're not sure but we'll be investigating that," APD spokesperson Gilbert Gallegos said. 
Police said after the two got away in the white car, they led police on a short chase and ended up crashing on Unser and Montano. Officers then chased the two teens on foot before they were taken into custody.
APD says the two arrested did have guns on them; one gun was stolen. As for the getaway driver in the video, police did not say if that person was arrested Tuesday. 
During the chase, Albuquerque Police say two of its officers crashed into each other. No one was hurt. 

Three killed during a police standoff at Meridian home identified by coroner

Three killed during a police standoff at Meridian home identified by coroner

Three killed during a police standoff at Meridian home identified by coroner   The shooter killed himself after shooting two people and releasing two children hostages on Sunday night.

The shooter killed himself after shooting two people and releasing two children hostages on Sunday night.



The Ada County Coroner has released the names of the suspect and the victims that died during a shooting and police standoff in Meridian on Sunday night.

47-year-old Jose Pablo Diaz DeLeon and 40-year-old Heidi DeLeon both died from multiple gunshot wounds.

The shooter, 39-year-old Edward Lynn Epps Jr., died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

MORE: Three young girls suffer huge loss after deadly Meridian standoff

The original story:

Police are investigating a shooting in Meridian after a standoff, near Black Cat Road and Cherry Lane, on the 4900 block of Charles Street.

Police received reports of shots fired at about 3 p.m. Sunday.

Before the shooting, a 39-year-old man arrived at the home and a fight started between him and a 47-year-old male and a 40-year-old woman, according to Meridian Police Deputy Chief Tracy Basterrechea.

The suspect shot and killed the man and woman inside the house with a handgun.

During the fight, a 13-year-old girl escaped the house and ran to a neighbor's house, calling for help.

The suspect remained inside the home with an 11-year-old girl and a 10-year-old girl.

During negotiations with police, the suspect released the 11-year-old girl and later released the 10-year-old.

After releasing the children hostages, the suspect killed himself inside the home.

Both children do not have any physical injuries.

The shooter is known to the victims.

During the standoff, two armored vehicles arrived at the scene and police surrounded the house, according to KTVB crews on scene.

Police allowed EMS vehicles through to the scene early on in the standoff.

KTVB crews also saw Ada County Sheriff Deputies, Ada County Paramedics, Meridian, Boise and Garden City Police and Idaho State Police at the scene.

Police: One suspect arrested in connection to Boise bank robbery off of State Street

Police: One suspect arrested in connection to Boise bank robbery off of State Street

Police: One suspect arrested in connection to Boise bank robbery off of State Street       The bank robbery also put Lowell Elementary School on a brief lockdown while police searched for the suspect.


The bank robbery also put Lowell Elementary School on a brief lockdown while police searched for the suspect.

Boise Police arrested a man in connection to a bank robbery near 16th Street and State Street.

28-year-old Ethan Prautt of Boise was arrested by Boise Police after stopped him during a traffic stop in the area of the robbery.

He was taken into custody without incident during the traffic stop when police saw that he matched the description of the suspect.

Prautt was booked into the Ada County Jail on Tuesday and charged with felony robbery.

Police responded to reports of a bank robbery at about 3 p.m. Tuesday.

Pruatt entered the bank and gave a note to an employee demanding money. He did not display any weapons to bank employees. He then left on foot with an unknown amount of cash, police say.

Police then searched the area for the suspect and a vehicle possibly linked to him. Prautt was found near N. 32rd and State streets.

Lowell Elementary School was put under a brief lockdown as police searched the area for the suspect.

The lockdown only lasted about 30 minutes, according to Dan Hollar, a spokesperson for the Boise School District.

The robbery is still under investigation by Boise Police.

Trump made a surprise, first time appearance in the White House briefing room, ranted about drones, and left without taking questions

Trump made a surprise, first time appearance in the White House briefing room, ranted about drones, and left without taking questions

Trump made a surprise, first time appearance in the White House briefing room, ranted about drones, and left without taking questions President Donald Trump on Thursday made a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room to discuss border security and abruptly left without taking any questions. This was Trump's first appearance in the White House briefing room. "I have never had so much support as I have in the last week over my stance for border security, for border control, and for frankly, the wall or the barrier," Trump said. During the brief appearance, Trump also claimed that "nobody" knows more about drones than he does. The president's insistence on obtaining funding for the border wall has pushed the US government into a partial shutdown that has lasted nearly two weeks and has no end in sight. President Donald Trump on Thursday made a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room to discuss border security, but he abruptly left without taking any questions.  This was the first time Trump stood in front of the podium in the briefing room as president. The appearance lasted less than 10 minutes.  "It's a beautiful place," the president said after looking around the room.  The president began the briefing by congratulating Nancy Pelosi over being elected as the new House Speaker but promptly changed the topic to border security.


President Donald Trump on Thursday made a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room to discuss border security and abruptly left without taking any questions.
This was Trump's first appearance in the White House briefing room.
"I have never had so much support as I have in the last week over my stance for border security, for border control, and for frankly, the wall or the barrier," Trump said.
During the brief appearance, Trump also claimed that "nobody" knows more about drones than he does.
The president's insistence on obtaining funding for the border wall has pushed the US government into a partial shutdown that has lasted nearly two weeks and has no end in sight.
President Donald Trump on Thursday made a surprise appearance in the White House briefing room to discuss border security, but he abruptly left without taking any questions.

This was the first time Trump stood in front of the podium in the briefing room as president. The appearance lasted less than 10 minutes.

"It's a beautiful place," the president said after looking around the room.

The president began the briefing by congratulating Nancy Pelosi over being elected as the new House Speaker but promptly changed the topic to border security.

President Trump made his first appearance in the White House briefing room Thursday afternoon at which he made another push for Congress to provide funding for his long-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico border while flanked by members of the border patrol officers' union.

Trump was introduced by White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders after the White House press corps was hastily called to the briefing room. Neither Trump nor Sanders took questions from the assembled media.

The president began by congratulating Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., on her election as speaker of the House, calling it a "very, very great achievement."

"Hopefully, we're going to work together and we're going to get lots of things done, like infrastructure and so much more," Trump said. "So hopefully, we're going to have a lot of things that we can get done together and I think it's actually going to work out. I think it'll be a little bit different than a lot of people are thinking."

Trump then turned his attention to the border wall, the main sticking point in the partial government shutdown, which began Dec. 22.

"We need protection in our country," the president said. "The people of our country want it. I have never had so much support as I have in the last week over my stance for border security, for border control and for, frankly, the wall or the barrier. I have never had anything like it in terms of calls coming in, in terms of people writing and tweeting and doing whatever they have to do. I've never had this much support."

1 man dead after Ankeny incident that prompted shelter order; suicide is suspected

1 man dead after Ankeny incident that prompted shelter order; suicide is suspected


One person is dead after an apparent shooting that prompted Ankeny officials to order some residents to "shelter in place" Thursday.  Police Lt. Brian Kroska told reporters that authorities suspect a suicide. An investigation is underway.  Kroska said that the man had been fired from his job earlier Thursday. He went inside a business near West First Street and Southwest Linden Street and bystanders thought they heard a gunshot. They called police between 12:30 and 12:45 p.m.  Ankeny police and Polk County sheriff's deputies made a perimeter and ordered people at nearby businesses, schools and residences to stay inside and away from windows. They helped evacuate businesses next door.  When they went inside they found an adult man dead.  Ankeny Christian Academy, a private school that offers preschool through 12th grade, is part of the shelter in place, said Sara McClintock, a receptionist at the school. She said the school was not locked down; families were notified about the shelter in place at 1:35 p.m.  Students are not going outside for recess or leaving the school. They are also staying away from windows, she said.  "We're waiting for the green light that says we're okay," McClintock said. "It hasn't been resolved yet."  Teresa Wallingford, 49, of Elkhart said she was at an apartment half a block from the scene when she went outside to see what was going on.  “It’s a little unsettling for Ankeny,” Wallingford said.  Wallingford said she saw officers enter a building with shields and 15 law enforcement vehicles were at the scene.  This story will be updated as more information becomes available

One person is dead after an apparent shooting that prompted Ankeny officials to order some residents to "shelter in place" Thursday.

Police Lt. Brian Kroska told reporters that authorities suspect a suicide. An investigation is underway.

Kroska said that the man had been fired from his job earlier Thursday. He went inside a business near West First Street and Southwest Linden Street and bystanders thought they heard a gunshot. They called police between 12:30 and 12:45 p.m.

Ankeny police and Polk County sheriff's deputies made a perimeter and ordered people at nearby businesses, schools and residences to stay inside and away from windows. They helped evacuate businesses next door.

When they went inside they found an adult man dead.

Ankeny Christian Academy, a private school that offers preschool through 12th grade, is part of the shelter in place, said Sara McClintock, a receptionist at the school. She said the school was not locked down; families were notified about the shelter in place at 1:35 p.m.

Students are not going outside for recess or leaving the school. They are also staying away from windows, she said.

"We're waiting for the green light that says we're okay," McClintock said. "It hasn't been resolved yet."

Teresa Wallingford, 49, of Elkhart said she was at an apartment half a block from the scene when she went outside to see what was going on.

“It’s a little unsettling for Ankeny,” Wallingford said.

Wallingford said she saw officers enter a building with shields and 15 law enforcement vehicles were at the scene.

This story will be updated as more information becomes available

Debilitating prostate cancer surgery performed on wrong Iowa patient, lawsuit says

Debilitating prostate cancer surgery performed on wrong Iowa patient, lawsuit says

A central Iowa man underwent debilitating surgery for prostate cancer — only to learn he didn’t really have cancer, his lawsuit says.  The patient, Rickie Lee Huitt of Panora, sued the Iowa Clinic, whose pathologist admitted mixing up tissue sample slides from Huitt and another patient in January 2017. The pathologist, Joy Trueblood, incorrectly reported which man's prostate gland was cancerous, the lawsuit says.  Huitt’s urologist, Carl Meyer, read the pathologist’s erroneous report and told Huitt he had a serious case of prostate cancer, the lawsuit says. The urologist removed Huitt’s prostate in April 2017 during an operation at Iowa Methodist Medical Center.  Afterward, Huitt, 67, suffered incontinence and other serious side effects of the surgery, the lawsuit says. Another pathologist examined Huitt's prostate after it was removed and found no cancer, said Huitt's lawyer, Randy Shanks.  “It’s mind-boggling,” Shanks said. “It’s a terrible, sad thing.”  The Iowa Clinic’s chief executive officer, Ed Brown, said in an interview the large medical practice wants to resolve the lawsuit in mediation. Brown wouldn’t comment on details of the case, including what happened to the second patient, who actually had prostate cancer. That man's name and medical outcome have not been made public.  ► Support local journalism.Subscribe to the Des Moines Register.  Court records show Trueblood explained to lawyers how she believed the mix-up happened. The pathologist said a barcode scanner used to match test slides with patient records apparently read the bar code from the wrong patient’s form in a stack of papers, according to a transcript of her deposition. She said that led her to list the findings of cancer on the wrong patient's report.  Trueblood said in the deposition that the scanner glitch had happened a few previous times during the thousands of cases she'd handled over about 10 years, but she had caught the previous errors.  “Why didn’t you catch it this time?” Huitt’s lawyer asked her, according to the transcript.  “I don’t have any idea,” the pathologist replied.  Later in the deposition, Trueblood described the mix-up as “a horrible situation,” which she said was due to “human error.”  Huitt’s lawyer asked: “Dr. Trueblood, would you agree with me that your handling of Mr. Truitt’s case, it was careless? Would you agree with that?”  ► More: Fired Iowa Clinic urologists say patients are prevented from seeing them  “Yes,” she replied. She said she changed the way she handles pathology documents after the mix-up was discovered.   Trueblood declined to comment via Iowa Clinic spokeswoman Amy Hilmes. Hilmes said the medical practice's leaders couldn't comment any further because of patient confidentiality laws.   Huitt’s lawsuit against the Iowa Clinic and Trueblood was filed in Polk County District Court in 2017 and is tentatively scheduled to go to trial April 1. The suit says Huitt's urologist initially had a tissue sample of his prostate checked after a blood screening test suggested he may have cancer.  The Iowa Clinic is owned by about 140 physicians and includes many of the Des Moines area's medical specialists.   Brown, the Iowa Clinic’s leader, said Huitt's situation is unrelated to a lawsuit three urologists recently filed against the medical practice. The physicians contend they were unjustly fired in September 2018 and prevented from communicating with their patients.  Five other urologists have submitted resignations from the Iowa Clinic, which dominates that medical specialty in central Iowa. Huitt’s urologist, Meyer, is not one of the eight who were fired or quit as part of the business dispute.
A central Iowa man underwent debilitating surgery for prostate cancer — only to learn he didn’t really have cancer, his lawsuit says.

The patient, Rickie Lee Huitt of Panora, sued the Iowa Clinic, whose pathologist admitted mixing up tissue sample slides from Huitt and another patient in January 2017. The pathologist, Joy Trueblood, incorrectly reported which man's prostate gland was cancerous, the lawsuit says.

Huitt’s urologist, Carl Meyer, read the pathologist’s erroneous report and told Huitt he had a serious case of prostate cancer, the lawsuit says. The urologist removed Huitt’s prostate in April 2017 during an operation at Iowa Methodist Medical Center.

Afterward, Huitt, 67, suffered incontinence and other serious side effects of the surgery, the lawsuit says. Another pathologist examined Huitt's prostate after it was removed and found no cancer, said Huitt's lawyer, Randy Shanks.

“It’s mind-boggling,” Shanks said. “It’s a terrible, sad thing.”

The Iowa Clinic’s chief executive officer, Ed Brown, said in an interview the large medical practice wants to resolve the lawsuit in mediation. Brown wouldn’t comment on details of the case, including what happened to the second patient, who actually had prostate cancer. That man's name and medical outcome have not been made public.

► Support local journalism.Subscribe to the Des Moines Register.

Court records show Trueblood explained to lawyers how she believed the mix-up happened. The pathologist said a barcode scanner used to match test slides with patient records apparently read the bar code from the wrong patient’s form in a stack of papers, according to a transcript of her deposition. She said that led her to list the findings of cancer on the wrong patient's report.

Trueblood said in the deposition that the scanner glitch had happened a few previous times during the thousands of cases she'd handled over about 10 years, but she had caught the previous errors.

“Why didn’t you catch it this time?” Huitt’s lawyer asked her, according to the transcript.

“I don’t have any idea,” the pathologist replied.

Later in the deposition, Trueblood described the mix-up as “a horrible situation,” which she said was due to “human error.”

Huitt’s lawyer asked: “Dr. Trueblood, would you agree with me that your handling of Mr. Truitt’s case, it was careless? Would you agree with that?”

► More: Fired Iowa Clinic urologists say patients are prevented from seeing them

“Yes,” she replied. She said she changed the way she handles pathology documents after the mix-up was discovered.

Trueblood declined to comment via Iowa Clinic spokeswoman Amy Hilmes. Hilmes said the medical practice's leaders couldn't comment any further because of patient confidentiality laws.

Huitt’s lawsuit against the Iowa Clinic and Trueblood was filed in Polk County District Court in 2017 and is tentatively scheduled to go to trial April 1. The suit says Huitt's urologist initially had a tissue sample of his prostate checked after a blood screening test suggested he may have cancer.

The Iowa Clinic is owned by about 140 physicians and includes many of the Des Moines area's medical specialists.

Brown, the Iowa Clinic’s leader, said Huitt's situation is unrelated to a lawsuit three urologists recently filed against the medical practice. The physicians contend they were unjustly fired in September 2018 and prevented from communicating with their patients.

Five other urologists have submitted resignations from the Iowa Clinic, which dominates that medical specialty in central Iowa. Huitt’s urologist, Meyer, is not one of the eight who were fired or quit as part of the business dispute.


Fire reported at Sea Galley restaurant in Anchorage

Fire reported at Sea Galley restaurant in Anchorage

Fire reported at Sea Galley restaurant in Anchorage

 Large plumes of smoke were spotted billowing out of the Sea Galley restaurant in midtown Anchorage after a fire broke out somewhere inside the restaurant.
Anchorage Fire Department was on the scene as of 6:30 a.m. Thursday. Around 12 AFD fire trucks were at the scene.
So far there is no indication that anyone was inside the building. Flames could be seen flickering from the second story windows, as smoke poured out and AFD doused the area with water canons.
A Channel 2 crew is at the scene.
The business itself, Sea Galley, shut down last October after being in business in Anchorage for over 36 years.
This is a developing story and will be updated. Check back here for the latest as information is released.

Keto Diet: Why is the best in weight loss?

Keto diet meals are low carbohydrate diet and protein rich

Dietetic meals should contain 75% fat, 20% protein, and only 5% starch. We will show examples of reliable meals to start with ketodate, low carbohydrate rich in protein and fat.
Keto Diet meals

Are you overweight and have tried many diets and have not succeeded? Are you bored with dieting based on fat-free foods? Here is the keto Diet.

Keto diet  are good at weight loss and fitness, but it is not the easiest diet to apply, so the following errors at an early stage can threaten the goal of weight loss:

1. Do not calculate carbohydrates
The aim of Quito Dieting is to force the body to stop burning its preferred energy stock - the glucose from the carbohydrates eaten - and start burning fat in return for energy. The body does this by converting fat into ketones, in the case of ketosis. Dieters can digest, by reducing their carbohydrate intake, but to do so properly, the amount of daily carbohydrate in dieting should be determined by 20 grams of pure carbohydrate, ie, carbohydrate foods, as well as carbohydrates available in fiber. Note that carbohydrates accumulate quickly, even when we choose low-content foods such as spinach and avocado.

2. Not enough consumption of fat
We may have difficulty understanding the concept of dieting because it calls for healthy fats, which means eating foods such as avocados, coconut oil, meat, coconut cream, olives, animal fat, chicken, butter, fatty fish (salmon, sardines), nuts and seeds. This diet also allows you to eat heavy creamy dairy products, although whole milk is not allowed to drink!

3. Eat protein Buffer
Ensures nutrient uptake in: fat, protein, carbohydrates, body balance and energy. In this context, "Quito Quito" consists of: 20% protein, 5% carbohydrate, and 75% fat. If you consume too much protein, weight loss is guaranteed, but many do not realize that excessive protein consumption can prevent the process of "ketosis". Therefore, some smart phone applications are designed to help the individual to track what he eats.

4. Not planning meals
Eating out of the house during Quito Quay may be difficult, which requires advance meal planning, which deletes high-carbohydrate fast food. In this context, the development of a weekly meal plan, and if used to this end, must begin to fill the nutrients in the cells in advance, which helps to get an idea of ​​the total will be addressed, in order to make adjustments to reach the goals of the day more easily.

5. How much fiber is too low
While focusing on eating a diet high in fat, protein and carbohydrates, you should also make sure you get enough fiber, which is not always achieved. In this context, there are some foods high in fat, low in carbohydrates, and also contain fiber, and include: nuts, seeds, avocados and pumpkins.

6. Increase in artificial sweeteners
When followed by Quito diet, white sugar, honey and all synthetic sugars are not allowed to be consumed with carbohydrate. One study noted that eating artificial sweeteners may increase craving for eating, especially sweet schnitzels, which may destroy the goal of weight loss.

Opinion of nutrition expert
Nutrition expert Diana Amich told readers of "Madam Net" that low-carbohydrate and high-fat carbohydrates, and its role in weight loss, are effective in treating epilepsy, but adds that "there is no definite evidence that it benefits trainees in the long term "Each diet will achieve weight loss for its followers, initially, but the goal of dieting is to persevere and maintain the results achieved. Thus, Quito does not guarantee the maintenance of the lost weight, but rather introduces its trainees to the body-damaging "Kitosis" phase. The body usually uses glucose from starches to generate energy, but if you follow the "Quito diet" the body will use fat instead of the use of sugar starch, which causes the body to produce toxins in the function, which requires treatment.

The criminal murder of two women (tourists) in Morocco

The criminal murder of two women (tourists) in Morocco

The murder of the two students, in southern Morocco, causes shock in Norway and Denmark

The murder of the two students, in southern Morocco, causes shock in Norway and Denmark

Moroccan authorities on Monday arrested five new people linked to the murder of two Western tourists south of the country, a security official told AFP.
These arrests took place in different cities in Morocco, according to the director of the Central Office for Judicial Research, Abdelhak Khiam, bringing the number of detainees to 18 people after the crime.

The four main suspects in the crime, described by the authorities as "terrorist", were arrested between Monday and Thursday in the southern Marrakesh.

Danish students Luisa Westerger-Ypsersen and Norwegian Marin Oland were killed on the night of 16 to 17 December 2018 in southern Morocco, where they were on leave.

The victims were found to be stabbed, slaughtered and then beheaded, the official said.

The authorities confirmed the authenticity of a video showing the four suspects pledging a premeditated organization and the video was filmed a week before the crime, according to Rabat's office, as the crime raised shock in Morocco, Denmark and Norway.

Thomas Müller hits Ajax player .. on karate method

Thomas Müller hits Ajax player .. on karate method


Thomas Müller hits Ajax player .. on karate method

The violent intervention of Bayern Munich striker Thomas Mueller, against Ajax player Nikolaus Taliaviku, sparked angry reactions to social networking sites.
German player Mueller received the red card after his violent intervention in the match between Bayern and Ajax on Wednesday, in the last round of the group stage of the Champions League.

Muller gave Taliavico a hard blow to the face, causing him to land, which made referee Climont Turpan raise the red card in the face of the German player.

"It will be open to Mueller to practice karate after retiring from playing football," said another. "It is better for Muller to leave the world of the ball and enter the martial arts championship," said one of the observers. Mixed UFC ".

Thomas Müller hits Ajax player .. on karate method