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2018 年 12 月 21 日  星期五   晴天


八種方法告訴你如何在夏天防曬霜 分類: 未分類

  八種方法告訴你如何在夏天防曬霜

  夏天如何防曬?一曬就黑,怎麼捂都捂不白。太陽和各種輻射煩惱,讓我們的皮膚大受傷害。眾所周知,防曬霜是美容護膚的必修課,無論是春天、夏天、秋天、冬天,怎樣才能實現全面的美白防曬?八大策略讓美容專家告訴你如何在夏天防曬霜。讓我們一起度過這個夏天吧!

  細胞活能面霜昇華版加強深度滋養及恢復皮膚彈性,蘊含了活膚抗氧成分"繡球菇發酵物萃取"及結合"15種珍貴草本成分",顯著改善及擊退皺紋、暗啞、鬆弛等各種老化跡象!

  1.睡覺前,用一片薄薄的黃瓜做口罩,把它塗在臉上幾分鍾,洗掉,保存一個月,你的臉就會變白和柔嫩。

  4.睡前用最便宜的化妝棉加上化妝水完全浸濕後,敷在臉上20分鍾,每周3 次,您的皮膚會有想不到的水亮清透喔!

  3、每天起床喝2杯水,一杯清水,另一杯可以適量的添加些鹽,這樣可以達到清腸胃的功效。

  保濕面膜可以擺脫乾燥環境給肌膚肌帶來的乾燥感,不注意護理肌膚容易抽乾肌膚內的水份,保濕面膜可以對肌膚進行急救行的緩解

  無論什麼季節,出門前都要記得擦隔離霜和防曬霜,因為紫外線傷害總是存在的!還記得回家後立即卸妝,以免化妝品中的化學物質對皮膚造成損害。

  5、洗臉不要迷信冷水,首先要用溫水用冷水,這樣不僅可以使皮膚更清潔,而且還具有收縮毛孔的神奇效果!

  為了漂亮,多喝水,記得不要熬夜,油炸的東西要盡量少吃,要注意保持皮膚清潔。

  保濕面膜可以擺脫乾燥環境給肌膚肌帶來的乾燥感,不注意護理肌膚容易抽乾肌膚內的水份,保濕面膜可以對肌膚進行急救行的緩解

  7、晚上洗完臉後,將養樂多(一種乳酸奶制品,每次大約使用六分之一瓶)倒在化妝棉上,直接敷在兩頰,當然額頭、下巴也可順便敷上,這樣不僅可以美白皮膚,而且對於去斑也有一定的輔助作用!

  8、白天要多喝水,多吃水果,晚上則要盡量少喝水,最好在睡前敷水亮面膜,深圳婚紗禮服定做以便保證皮膚的水亮。

  是否對夏天如何防曬有一定的了解了呢?事實上,夏天防曬霜最重要的一點就是堅持它。如果你不堅持,今年夏天你就會加入其中一個黑美人的行列。記住這八種夏季防曬方法,一步的美容防曬霜!

  去暗瘡印/凹凸洞/疤痕療程(包括海藻矽針及微創換膚),專為東方人的肌膚而設,能有效改善疤痕、凹凸洞、暗瘡印、曬斑、雀斑、老人斑、皺紋及細紋。

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2018 年 10 月 30 日  星期二   晴天


South Dakota 分類: 未分類

  Try, try again: Advancing animal disease traceability

  Getting a nationwide group of notoriously independent and private people to voluntarily turn over information to the government can be a difficult obstacle to overcome. The U.S. Department of Agriculture made a major push to identify and track livestock in 2007, back when South Dakota native Bruce Knight was undersecretary for marketing and regulatory programs.

  The “primary emphasis is about supporting animal health,” and supporting producers, Knight said at the time. Some livestock producers jumped on board, but many did not.

  Now, Greg Ibach, USDA’s current undersecretary for marketing and regulatory programs is pushing hard once again—hoping to build on the vision that his predecessor outlined. He hopes producers will recognize the cost-benefit analysis that traceability presents and that food companies expect.

  “If we can get to the point where we help producers understand the risks and the benefits that might be associated with traceability, I think that they will see the value in it for them and they’ll be more apt to participate,” he said during an interview with Agri-pulse.

  Ibach makes no secret about advancing animal disease traceability being a personal priority. For about 10 years now, his Nebraska ranch has been participating in a USDA process Verified program, which he says allows his cattle to qualify for a value-added program.

  USDA’s Animal and plant Health Inspection Service recently announced its “four overarching goals for advancing animal disease traceability.” The release highlighted USDA’s goal to push for electronic data sharing between states and the federal government, the use of electronic identification tags, enhancing birth-to-slaughter tracking ability and creating a system where animal health certificates are electronically shared with state health officials.

  “I’m not expecting something out of producers that we haven’t been willing to do on our ranch,” he said. (Ibach withdrew from the ranch’s management and marketing decisions to serve as a USDA undersecretary.)

  Ibach’s roots in the beef industry also give him an inside look at what has been the most challenging crowd in the traceability conversation. The concept is mostly in place in the poultry and pork sectors, where more vertical integration provides an easier path to greater traceability. But in the beef sector, it’s not uncommon for the same animal to change locations several times between birth and harvest, typically beginning at a smaller cow-calf operation and ending at a larger feedlot before the trip to the packing house.

  There’s a handful of potential selling points to get producers on board with traceability: International trade partners like China are already seeking a system and agreeing to participate now in a voluntary program that could save producers from a mandatory program down the road. But one of the biggest benefits may be protecting animal health.

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  “The landscape surrounding animal disease traceability has changed dramatically in the past decade and producers across the nation recognize that a comprehensive system is the best protection against a devastating disease outbreak like foot-and-mouth disease,” Ibach said in a release. “We have a responsibility to these producers and American agriculture as a whole to make animal disease traceability what it should be—a modern system that tracks animals from birth to slaughter using affordable technology that allows USDA to quickly trace sick and exposed animals to stop disease spread.”

  However, there are mixed opinions about how a traceability program should be run and how dollars could—or should—change hands.

  Nevil Speer chairs the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, which facilitates the Cattle Traceability Working Group. He told Agri-pulse the issue of a state-run data system versus a private sector managed system comes up in working group discussions, and “it’s almost like you can’t win on either side of that.”

  On one hand, a government-operated system could shield producers from profit-taking through subscriptions or transaction fees. However, such a system would mean government control of data and could be subject to the Freedom of Information Act. And the fees collected through a private system could be used to fund the program.

  There’s also the issue of technology. Traceability can be accomplished several ways and USDA has not pledged a preference for any specific type.

  One way the industry could figure that out would be through pilot projects like one underway in Kansas. There, 55,000 high frequency electronic ID tags are deployed with the intent of tracking three main data points: tag number of the animal, the location where the ID detection took place and the date and time of reading. Matt Teagarden, CEO of the Kansas Livestock Association, said the fact that the state is such a big player in the industry made it a good candidate for a pilot.

  “It’s being designed to be scalable not only to the cattle in Kansas but potentially broader outside of Kansas, outside the country,” he said. “Our intent is that the system could accommodate the entire industry.” He adds that, “if we can get significant buy-in from the industry, we might not have to mandate traceability to get an effective system put in place.”

  That, Teagarden admits, is optimistic. And if a “critical mass” of producers doesn’t participate, Speer said the nationwide animal health advantages lose their effectiveness. Nevertheless, he thinks USDA’s push “represents a tipping point” and will take the initiative further than previous attempts.

  The EU endeavors to advocate Farm to Table movement on European Beef and Lamb.Food safety is ensured by EU legal system of animal Traceability and identification, allowing transparency along the supply chain.

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2016 年 3 月 16 日  星期三   晴天


Here's my plan for university life 分類: 未分類

 

 

 After passing the 2012 College Entrance Examination, I find my name in the enrolling list ofNanjingAuditUniversitywhich many young people dream of. As a boy of 18, I am happy to go to such a famous university, so that I want to make my life colorful and fruitful in university.
 
Firstly, I am an adult of 18 years old, so I should learn to be independent, especially in my study. Teachers here will not keep an eye on me as they did in the middle school and parents will not take care of everything as they did in the past. Of course, study is my own business and priority. I will pay most of my attention to it. I think the autonomous learning is the most important for a college student. Besides, I will learn how to think of the questions critically and study my courses creatively.
 
Secondly, it is also important to set aside some time for relaxation because study shouldn't occupy all of my free time. I will develop my hobbies to enrich my experience and broaden my horizon. At the same time, I will participate in some associations to learn something outside of textbooks and get some understandings about society and the world.
 
Finally, I will make more friends on campus. It is an effective way to improve my communicative abilities and confidence. How to spend a fruitful and meaningful university life? Friends can help me because we can compete with each other, make progress together.
 
In short, I am looking forward to my life in university and I am sure it will be happy and fruitful.