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Journal Reference:

  1. Beng San Yeoh, Piu Saha, Rachel M. Golonka, Jun Zou, Jessica L. Petrick, Ahmed A. Abokor, Xia Xiao, Venugopal R. Bovilla, Alexis C.A. Bretin, Jesús Rivera-Esteban, Dominick Parisi, Andrea A. Florio, Stephanie J. Weinstein, Demetrius Albanes, Gordon J. Freeman, Amira F. Gohara, Andreea Ciudin, Juan M. Pericàs, Bina Joe, Robert F. Schwabe, Katherine A. McGlynn, Andrew T. Gewirtz, Matam Vijay-Kumar. Enterohepatic Shunt-Driven Cholemia Predisposes to Liver Cancer. Gastroenterology, 2022; DOI: 10.1053/j.gastro.2022.08.033

However, in some individuals ? particularly those with a silent vascular deformity ? consumption of highly refined fiber may increase the risk of liver cancer, new research from The University of Toledo has found.

The discovery, detailed in a paper published in the journal Gastroenterology, builds on UToledo?s growing area of research expertise that our gut plays an underappreciated role in the origin of disease.

?We have worked for a long time on this idea that all diseases start from the gut,? said Dr. Matam Vijay-Kumar, a professor in the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences and the paper?s senior author. ?This study is a notable advancement of that concept. It also provides clues that may help identify individuals at a higher risk for liver cancer and potentially enable us to lower that risk with simple dietary modifications.?

Expanding Research

Four years ago, Vijay-Kumar?s team published a major paper in the journal Cell that found a high percentage of mice with immune system defects developed liver cancer after being fed a diet fortified with inulin.

A refined, plant-based fermentable fiber, inulin is available in supermarkets as a health-promoting prebiotic. It is also a common ingredient of processed foods.

While inulin promotes metabolic health in most who consume it, Vijay-Kumar and colleagues discovered that about one in 10 standard, seemingly healthy lab mice developed liver cancer following consumption of the inulin-containing diet.

?That was very surprising, given how rarely liver cancer is observed in mice,? said Vijay-Kumar, who is also director of the UToledo Microbiome Consortium. ?The findings raised real questions about the potential risks of certain refined fibers, but only now do we understand why the mice were developing such aggressive cancer.?

The new study offers a clear explanation ? and may have implications that go beyond laboratory animals.

A Missing Link

As the team furthered its investigation, the researchers discovered all mice that developed malignant tumors had high concentrations of bile acids in their blood caused by a previously unnoticed congenital defect called a portosystemic shunt.

Normally, blood leaving the intestines goes into the liver where it is filtered before returning to the rest of the body. When a portosystemic shunt is present, blood from the gut is detoured away from the liver and back into the body?s general blood supply.

The vascular defect also allows the liver to continuously synthesize bile acids. Those bile acids eventually spill over and enter circulation instead of going into the gut.

Blood that?s diverted away from the liver contains high levels of microbial products that can stimulate the immune system and cause inflammation.

To check that inflammation, which can be damaging to the liver, the mice react by developing a compensatory anti-inflammatory response that dampens the immune response and reduces their ability to detect and kill cancer cells.

While all mice with excess bile acids in their blood were predisposed to liver injury, only those fed inulin progressed to hepatocellular carcinoma, a deadly primary liver cancer.

Remarkably, 100% of the mice with high bile acids in their blood went on to develop cancer when fed inulin. None of the mice with low bile acids developed cancer when fed the same diet.

?Dietary inulin is good in subduing inflammation, but it can be subverted into causing immunosuppression, which is not good for the liver,? said Dr. Beng San Yeoh, a postdoctoral fellow and the new paper?s first author.

Dr. Bina Joe, Distinguished University Professor and chair of the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, and a co-author of the study, said the high-impact publication demonstrates the pioneering research being done at UToledo.

?The role of the gut and gut bacteria in health and disease is an exciting and important area of research, and our team is providing new insights on the leading edge of this field,? she said.

Implications

Beyond the laboratory, UToledo?s research could provide insight that might help clinicians identify people who are at higher risk of liver cancer years in advance of any tumors forming.

Portosystemic shunts in humans are relatively rare ? the documented incidence is only one in 30,000 people at birth. However, given that they generally cause no noticeable symptoms, the true incidence may be many times greater. Portosystemic shunting also commonly develops following liver cirrhosis.

Theorizing that high bile acid levels might serve as a viable marker for liver cancer risk, Vijay-Kumar?s team tested bile acid levels in serum samples collected between 1985 and 1988 as part of a large-scale cancer prevention study.

In the 224 men who went on to develop liver cancer, their baseline blood bile acid levels were twice as high as men who did not develop liver cancer. A statistical analysis also found individuals with the highest blood bile acid levels had a more than four-fold increase in the risk of liver cancer.

The research team also sought to examine the relationship between fiber consumption, bile acid levels and liver cancer in humans.

While existing epidemiological studies don?t differentiate between soluble and non-soluble fiber, researchers could look at fiber consumption in concert with blood bile acids.

There are two basic types of naturally occurring dietary fiber, soluble and insoluble. Soluble fibers are fermented by gut bacteria into short-chain fatty acids. Insoluble fibers pass through the digestive system unchanged.

Intriguingly, researchers found high total fiber intake reduced the risk of liver cancer by 29% in those whose serum bile acid levels were in the lowest quartile of their sample.

However, in men whose blood bile acid levels placed them in the top quarter of the sample, high fiber intake conferred a 40% increased risk of liver cancer.

Taken together, Yeoh and Vijay-Kumar say the findings suggest both the need for regular blood bile acid level testing and a cautious approach to fiber intake in individuals who know they have higher-than-normal levels of bile acids in their blood.

?Serum bile acids can be measured by a simple blood test developed over 50 years ago. However, the test is usually only performed in some pregnant women,? Vijay-Kumar said. ?Based on our findings, we believe this simple blood test should be incorporated into the screening measurements that are routinely performed to monitor health.?

And while the researchers are not arguing broadly against the health-promoting benefits of fiber, they are urging attention to what kind of fiber certain individuals eat, underscoring the importance of personalized nutrition.

?All fibers are not made equal, and all fibers are not universally beneficial for everyone. People with liver problems associated with increased bile acids should be cautious about refined, fermentable fiber,? Yeoh said. ?If you have a leaky gut liver, you need to be careful of what you eat, because what you eat will be handled in a different way.?

We would like to thank the writer of this article for this incredible material

Diets rich in refined fiber may increase liver cancer risk in some individuals

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Beng San Yeoh, Piu Saha, Rachel M. Golonka, Jun Zou, Jessica L. Petrick, Ahmed A. Abokor, Xia Xiao, Venugopal R. Bovilla, Alexis C.A. Bretin, Jesús Rivera-Esteban, Dominick Parisi, Andrea A. Florio, Stephanie J. Weinstein, Demetrius Albanes, Gordon J. Freeman, Amira F. Gohara, Andreea Ciudin, Juan M. Pericàs, Bina Joe, Robert F. Schwabe, Katherine ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Beng San Yeoh, Piu Saha, Rachel M. Golonka, Jun Zou, Jessica L. Petrick, Ahmed A. Abokor, Xia Xiao, Venugopal R. Bovilla, Alexis C.A. Bretin, Jesús Rivera-Esteban, Dominick Parisi, Andrea A. Florio, Stephanie J. Weinstein, Demetrius Albanes, Gordon J. Freeman, Amira F. Gohara, Andreea Ciudin, Juan M. Pericàs, Bina Joe, Robert F. Schwabe, Katherine A. McGlynn, Andrew T. Gewirtz, Matam Vijay-Kumar. Enterohepatic Shunt-Driven Cholemia Predisposes to Liver Cancer. Gastroenterology, 2022; DOI: 10.1053/j.gastro.2022.08.033

However, in some individuals ? particularly those with a silent vascular deformity ? consumption of highly refined fiber may increase the risk of liver cancer, new research from The University of Toledo has found.

The discovery, detailed in a paper published in the journal Gastroenterology, builds on UToledo?s growing area of research expertise that our gut plays an underappreciated role in the origin of disease.

?We have worked for a long time on this idea that all diseases start from the gut,? said Dr. Matam Vijay-Kumar, a professor in the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences and the paper?s senior author. ?This study is a notable advancement of that concept. It also provides clues that may help identify individuals at a higher risk for liver cancer and potentially enable us to lower that risk with simple dietary modifications.?

Expanding Research

Four years ago, Vijay-Kumar?s team published a major paper in the journal Cell that found a high percentage of mice with immune system defects developed liver cancer after being fed a diet fortified with inulin.

A refined, plant-based fermentable fiber, inulin is available in supermarkets as a health-promoting prebiotic. It is also a common ingredient of processed foods.

While inulin promotes metabolic health in most who consume it, Vijay-Kumar and colleagues discovered that about one in 10 standard, seemingly healthy lab mice developed liver cancer following consumption of the inulin-containing diet.

?That was very surprising, given how rarely liver cancer is observed in mice,? said Vijay-Kumar, who is also director of the UToledo Microbiome Consortium. ?The findings raised real questions about the potential risks of certain refined fibers, but only now do we understand why the mice were developing such aggressive cancer.?

The new study offers a clear explanation ? and may have implications that go beyond laboratory animals.

A Missing Link

As the team furthered its investigation, the researchers discovered all mice that developed malignant tumors had high concentrations of bile acids in their blood caused by a previously unnoticed congenital defect called a portosystemic shunt.

Normally, blood leaving the intestines goes into the liver where it is filtered before returning to the rest of the body. When a portosystemic shunt is present, blood from the gut is detoured away from the liver and back into the body?s general blood supply.

The vascular defect also allows the liver to continuously synthesize bile acids. Those bile acids eventually spill over and enter circulation instead of going into the gut.

Blood that?s diverted away from the liver contains high levels of microbial products that can stimulate the immune system and cause inflammation.

To check that inflammation, which can be damaging to the liver, the mice react by developing a compensatory anti-inflammatory response that dampens the immune response and reduces their ability to detect and kill cancer cells.

While all mice with excess bile acids in their blood were predisposed to liver injury, only those fed inulin progressed to hepatocellular carcinoma, a deadly primary liver cancer.

Remarkably, 100% of the mice with high bile acids in their blood went on to develop cancer when fed inulin. None of the mice with low bile acids developed cancer when fed the same diet.

?Dietary inulin is good in subduing inflammation, but it can be subverted into causing immunosuppression, which is not good for the liver,? said Dr. Beng San Yeoh, a postdoctoral fellow and the new paper?s first author.

Dr. Bina Joe, Distinguished University Professor and chair of the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, and a co-author of the study, said the high-impact publication demonstrates the pioneering research being done at UToledo.

?The role of the gut and gut bacteria in health and disease is an exciting and important area of research, and our team is providing new insights on the leading edge of this field,? she said.

Implications

Beyond the laboratory, UToledo?s research could provide insight that might help clinicians identify people who are at higher risk of liver cancer years in advance of any tumors forming.

Portosystemic shunts in humans are relatively rare ? the documented incidence is only one in 30,000 people at birth. However, given that they generally cause no noticeable symptoms, the true incidence may be many times greater. Portosystemic shunting also commonly develops following liver cirrhosis.

Theorizing that high bile acid levels might serve as a viable marker for liver cancer risk, Vijay-Kumar?s team tested bile acid levels in serum samples collected between 1985 and 1988 as part of a large-scale cancer prevention study.

In the 224 men who went on to develop liver cancer, their baseline blood bile acid levels were twice as high as men who did not develop liver cancer. A statistical analysis also found individuals with the highest blood bile acid levels had a more than four-fold increase in the risk of liver cancer.

The research team also sought to examine the relationship between fiber consumption, bile acid levels and liver cancer in humans.

While existing epidemiological studies don?t differentiate between soluble and non-soluble fiber, researchers could look at fiber consumption in concert with blood bile acids.

There are two basic types of naturally occurring dietary fiber, soluble and insoluble. Soluble fibers are fermented by gut bacteria into short-chain fatty acids. Insoluble fibers pass through the digestive system unchanged.

Intriguingly, researchers found high total fiber intake reduced the risk of liver cancer by 29% in those whose serum bile acid levels were in the lowest quartile of their sample.

However, in men whose blood bile acid levels placed them in the top quarter of the sample, high fiber intake conferred a 40% increased risk of liver cancer.

Taken together, Yeoh and Vijay-Kumar say the findings suggest both the need for regular blood bile acid level testing and a cautious approach to fiber intake in individuals who know they have higher-than-normal levels of bile acids in their blood.

?Serum bile acids can be measured by a simple blood test developed over 50 years ago. However, the test is usually only performed in some pregnant women,? Vijay-Kumar said. ?Based on our findings, we believe this simple blood test should be incorporated into the screening measurements that are routinely performed to monitor health.?

And while the researchers are not arguing broadly against the health-promoting benefits of fiber, they are urging attention to what kind of fiber certain individuals eat, underscoring the importance of personalized nutrition.

?All fibers are not made equal, and all fibers are not universally beneficial for everyone. People with liver problems associated with increased bile acids should be cautious about refined, fermentable fiber,? Yeoh said. ?If you have a leaky gut liver, you need to be careful of what you eat, because what you eat will be handled in a different way.?

We would like to thank the writer of this article for this incredible material

Diets rich in refined fiber may increase liver cancer risk in some individuals

[date_timestamp] => 1664271185 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Sexualized violence in sport: study shows ?severe human rights violations? [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/sport/sexualized-violence-in-sport-study-shows-severe-human-rights-violations/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tim Hall ) [pubdate] => Tue, 27 Sep 2022 08:55:59 +0000 [category] => SportHumanRightssevereSexualizedStudyviolationsviolence [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=47681 [description] => Status: 09/27/2022 10:09 am Today the Federal Government’s “Commission for the Study of Child Sexual Abuse” publishes its study on sport. Scientists analyzed 72 stories from those affected. It is the largest study of its kind in Germany. The head of the study speaks of an image of the sport that many did not want ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Status: 09/27/2022 10:09 am

Today the Federal Government’s “Commission for the Study of Child Sexual Abuse” publishes its study on sport. Scientists analyzed 72 stories from those affected. It is the largest study of its kind in Germany. The head of the study speaks of an image of the sport that many did not want to believe.

Trigger warning: The following text contains descriptions of acts of sexual violence and their consequences. This can be distressing and retraumatizing.

Their names are Senta, Frederike, Simon, Jennifer or Rita. It is their survival stories and those of 67 other people that are given space in the study. Stories of the most severe experiences of sexual violence in childhood in sport – from violations of limits to rape. In personal hearings or in writing, they made their history available to the review commission.

“I’m not a victim”

One of them is the former rider Gitta Schwarz. It has been more than 30 years since her riding instructor sexually abused her. Two years ago, she spoke about it publicly for the first time – at an event organized by the Commission.

In an interview with the sports show a few days ago, she reports on the effect that telling her story had on her then and still has. “I know for myself that I’m not a victim. At that time I was certainly one at some point, but not anymore today.”she says. “Talking about it liberates me every time I do it. I actually wish everyone else affected would feel the same way.”

Study director Rulofs: “Strong need to work up”

Gitta Schwarz exudes strength. She has found a way for herself to deal with her story. Other affected people are not that far, reports sports sociologist Bettina Rulfos from the Cologne Sports University. She and her team analyzed the descriptions of those affected on behalf of the investigation commission.

Some of the attacks that people have experienced date back decades, others are more recent. Rulofs noticed a great deal of suffering in this group and “A strong need to work through, either personally or in the structures of sport. That also shows the dimension of the problem to a certain extent, if we keep in mind how many people in Germany are active in sports”.

Three quarters of girls and 87 percent of boys between the ages of nine and 18 in Germany do sport regularly, most of them in clubs. According to the study, organized and commercial sport in Germany is the leisure area in which most children and young people spend their time.

On Tuesday, the federal government’s review commission published a study on sexualised violence in sport. One athlete who shared her story there is a former gymnast.

All sports affected

According to the study, sports clubs were the crime environment in which the crimes happened most frequently. Most of those affected came from the sports of gymnastics and football. This is not uncommon as these are the sports with the most club members. But horseback riding, swimming, judo and many other sports were also mentioned.

More than half of those affected have not only experienced violence in their sport once, but regularly. It was often about rape. In her analysis, Bettina Rulofs speaks of “severe human rights violations” and from one “Image of the sport that many do not want to admit”.

The sport was destructive for those affected, severe health restrictions are often the consequences of the attacks. “You divide your life into a pre-sports abuse and a post-sports abuse time because it was such a life changing experience.”says Rulofs.

Access to a larger number of affected people from the GDR for the first time

The perpetrators are mostly men – trainers or supervisors, are charming, helpful, make themselves indispensable. They create a relationship of dependency, exert power over and put pressure on those affected. Most of those affected whose history appears in the study come from competitive sports. A fifth of them from the former GDR.

It is the first time that the scientists have gained access to a larger number of affected people from the GDR in this way. “This is a chapter in the history of sports in Germany that has not yet been dealt with.”, says Rulofs. The doping system in the GDR has already been well examined, but the cases of abuse and violence in the children’s and youth sports schools and the GDR competitive sports system have not. The children did not want to jeopardize the early selection for sports classes and sports boarding schools. Therefore, they did not address the experiences of violence they experienced there.

Processing is still in its infancy

The study also lists numerous measures that both organized sport and the Federal Ministry of the Interior, as a sponsor for competitive sport, have initiated since 2010. However, the area of ??”processing” is still in its infancy.

The efforts of the “Athleten Deutschland” association, among others, to establish an external, independent organization are also mentioned. This should be well equipped financially and in terms of staff and act as a central element for structural change in sport and against any form of violence.

A different view of the sport is necessary

With the involvement of those affected, the scientists came to the conclusion that a fundamentally different view of sport is necessary. Destroy the reports of those affected “this romanticizing narrative of sport, that sport is exclusively positive for health development, for personality development, for people’s social learning”says Rulofs. “Of course, sport has these positive aspects, but the stories of suffering of those affected show the blatant opposite.”

The former rider Gitta Schwarz has never sat on a horse again and still can’t stand the proximity to the animals and their smell. But together with other affected people from equestrian sport, she belongs to the Advisory Board for Affected Persons of the German Equestrian Federation (FN).

It is the first association of victims of sexualized violence that exists in a German top sports association. The members want to draw attention to the issue and thus help ensure that what happened to them does not happen to others.

We want to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this amazing material

Sexualized violence in sport: study shows “severe human rights violations”

) [summary] => Status: 09/27/2022 10:09 am Today the Federal Government’s “Commission for the Study of Child Sexual Abuse” publishes its study on sport. Scientists analyzed 72 stories from those affected. It is the largest study of its kind in Germany. The head of the study speaks of an image of the sport that many did not want ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Status: 09/27/2022 10:09 am

Today the Federal Government’s “Commission for the Study of Child Sexual Abuse” publishes its study on sport. Scientists analyzed 72 stories from those affected. It is the largest study of its kind in Germany. The head of the study speaks of an image of the sport that many did not want to believe.

Trigger warning: The following text contains descriptions of acts of sexual violence and their consequences. This can be distressing and retraumatizing.

Their names are Senta, Frederike, Simon, Jennifer or Rita. It is their survival stories and those of 67 other people that are given space in the study. Stories of the most severe experiences of sexual violence in childhood in sport – from violations of limits to rape. In personal hearings or in writing, they made their history available to the review commission.

“I’m not a victim”

One of them is the former rider Gitta Schwarz. It has been more than 30 years since her riding instructor sexually abused her. Two years ago, she spoke about it publicly for the first time – at an event organized by the Commission.

In an interview with the sports show a few days ago, she reports on the effect that telling her story had on her then and still has. “I know for myself that I’m not a victim. At that time I was certainly one at some point, but not anymore today.”she says. “Talking about it liberates me every time I do it. I actually wish everyone else affected would feel the same way.”

Study director Rulofs: “Strong need to work up”

Gitta Schwarz exudes strength. She has found a way for herself to deal with her story. Other affected people are not that far, reports sports sociologist Bettina Rulfos from the Cologne Sports University. She and her team analyzed the descriptions of those affected on behalf of the investigation commission.

Some of the attacks that people have experienced date back decades, others are more recent. Rulofs noticed a great deal of suffering in this group and “A strong need to work through, either personally or in the structures of sport. That also shows the dimension of the problem to a certain extent, if we keep in mind how many people in Germany are active in sports”.

Three quarters of girls and 87 percent of boys between the ages of nine and 18 in Germany do sport regularly, most of them in clubs. According to the study, organized and commercial sport in Germany is the leisure area in which most children and young people spend their time.

On Tuesday, the federal government’s review commission published a study on sexualised violence in sport. One athlete who shared her story there is a former gymnast.

All sports affected

According to the study, sports clubs were the crime environment in which the crimes happened most frequently. Most of those affected came from the sports of gymnastics and football. This is not uncommon as these are the sports with the most club members. But horseback riding, swimming, judo and many other sports were also mentioned.

More than half of those affected have not only experienced violence in their sport once, but regularly. It was often about rape. In her analysis, Bettina Rulofs speaks of “severe human rights violations” and from one “Image of the sport that many do not want to admit”.

The sport was destructive for those affected, severe health restrictions are often the consequences of the attacks. “You divide your life into a pre-sports abuse and a post-sports abuse time because it was such a life changing experience.”says Rulofs.

Access to a larger number of affected people from the GDR for the first time

The perpetrators are mostly men – trainers or supervisors, are charming, helpful, make themselves indispensable. They create a relationship of dependency, exert power over and put pressure on those affected. Most of those affected whose history appears in the study come from competitive sports. A fifth of them from the former GDR.

It is the first time that the scientists have gained access to a larger number of affected people from the GDR in this way. “This is a chapter in the history of sports in Germany that has not yet been dealt with.”, says Rulofs. The doping system in the GDR has already been well examined, but the cases of abuse and violence in the children’s and youth sports schools and the GDR competitive sports system have not. The children did not want to jeopardize the early selection for sports classes and sports boarding schools. Therefore, they did not address the experiences of violence they experienced there.

Processing is still in its infancy

The study also lists numerous measures that both organized sport and the Federal Ministry of the Interior, as a sponsor for competitive sport, have initiated since 2010. However, the area of ??”processing” is still in its infancy.

The efforts of the “Athleten Deutschland” association, among others, to establish an external, independent organization are also mentioned. This should be well equipped financially and in terms of staff and act as a central element for structural change in sport and against any form of violence.

A different view of the sport is necessary

With the involvement of those affected, the scientists came to the conclusion that a fundamentally different view of sport is necessary. Destroy the reports of those affected “this romanticizing narrative of sport, that sport is exclusively positive for health development, for personality development, for people’s social learning”says Rulofs. “Of course, sport has these positive aspects, but the stories of suffering of those affected show the blatant opposite.”

The former rider Gitta Schwarz has never sat on a horse again and still can’t stand the proximity to the animals and their smell. But together with other affected people from equestrian sport, she belongs to the Advisory Board for Affected Persons of the German Equestrian Federation (FN).

It is the first association of victims of sexualized violence that exists in a German top sports association. The members want to draw attention to the issue and thus help ensure that what happened to them does not happen to others.

We want to give thanks to the author of this write-up for this amazing material

Sexualized violence in sport: study shows “severe human rights violations”

[date_timestamp] => 1664268959 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Geena Davis, from acting to gender militancy ? Diario Hoy [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/celebrity/geena-davis-from-acting-to-gender-militancy-diario-hoy/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Tue, 27 Sep 2022 08:19:55 +0000 [category] => CelebrityactingDavisdiarioGeenagenderHoymilitancy [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=47676 [description] => It was 1988 when Geena Davis won an award for her first major role in a film and four years later she would begin another wave of popularity thanks to her work in Thelma and Louise, alongside Susan Sarandon. However, the diva of the seventh art, after obtaining a significant fortune, the respect of specialized ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

It was 1988 when Geena Davis won an award for her first major role in a film and four years later she would begin another wave of popularity thanks to her work in Thelma and Louise, alongside Susan Sarandon. However, the diva of the seventh art, after obtaining a significant fortune, the respect of specialized critics and the affection of the people, began to take a path that led her to the shadows in relation to her artistic profession.

At the beginning of her profession, she began as a model: she was one of the beauties that Victoria’s Secret took into account for one of its launches in the 80s. At the same time, she took theater classes and after a casting she agreed to work with Dustin Hoffman, thanks to director Sidney Pollack, in Tootsie. Also, she could be in the comedy Transilvania 6-5000 and she would also meet her second husband and colleague of hers, Jeff Goldblum. The lovebirds became icons and were hired to work on The Fly and There’s a Martian in My Life. Later, she would appear in A Slip Called Love and Bettlejuice.

In the 1990s, Davis met director Harlin and they were encouraged to invest in a romantic comedy that was well received. The production company had style and good ideas, but they decided to risk it for a youth adventure that was nothing more than a pirate theme. They did so, but the results were not what they expected. They had to close the cultural factory and dedicate themselves to their usual trades.

Tired and wanting some time away from the film sets, Geena took a vacation and her fortune began to decline considerably. In addition, she suffered another blow when she realized that her husband and their personal assistant were having an affair. She was indicated as the third in discord, she was in the sweet wait. Hurt and estranged, Geena found her resilience in archery and managed to establish herself as a high-end competitor. Little by little, she returned to her passion for art and did very well in brief appearances in Commander in chief, Stuart Little, Grey’s anatomy and Me him her. Her life gave her another chance at her love and she walked down the aisle with her plastic surgeon; they had three children, but separated after two decades.

Now that he is returning to the ring little by little, he has also committed himself to gender causes; Thus, she carried out university studies to investigate why the female quota of animated characters was not met in productions for the younger generations. She founded a homonymous study center where she analyzes the qualities of female roles in cultural proposals, shows and sports. Regarding this, she expressed in an interview: ?I am completely obsessed with numbers and data. My theory is that we don’t have enough real role models of women in important positions and occupations to drive change, and therefore we need to have them in fiction so that life imitates art.”

In full commitment to eliminate the gap in labor inequality between men and women, the artist received a doctorate and her work was recognized for having provided quantitative studies. Despite the insistence on equal salaries and parity, she also added other aspects taking advantage of the emergence of Me too, which denounces situations of vulnerability, harassment and sexual violence in Hollywood workplaces. She revealed that she, in her early days, went to a casting and had to sit on a director’s lap to act out a romantic scene. She there she knew that the competition was unfair. With a paradigm shift and voices made visible, Geena continues with the emphasis on changing these old customs to build a fairer world of work.

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Geena Davis, from acting to gender militancy ? Diario Hoy

) [summary] => It was 1988 when Geena Davis won an award for her first major role in a film and four years later she would begin another wave of popularity thanks to her work in Thelma and Louise, alongside Susan Sarandon. However, the diva of the seventh art, after obtaining a significant fortune, the respect of specialized ... Read more [atom_content] =>

It was 1988 when Geena Davis won an award for her first major role in a film and four years later she would begin another wave of popularity thanks to her work in Thelma and Louise, alongside Susan Sarandon. However, the diva of the seventh art, after obtaining a significant fortune, the respect of specialized critics and the affection of the people, began to take a path that led her to the shadows in relation to her artistic profession.

At the beginning of her profession, she began as a model: she was one of the beauties that Victoria’s Secret took into account for one of its launches in the 80s. At the same time, she took theater classes and after a casting she agreed to work with Dustin Hoffman, thanks to director Sidney Pollack, in Tootsie. Also, she could be in the comedy Transilvania 6-5000 and she would also meet her second husband and colleague of hers, Jeff Goldblum. The lovebirds became icons and were hired to work on The Fly and There’s a Martian in My Life. Later, she would appear in A Slip Called Love and Bettlejuice.

In the 1990s, Davis met director Harlin and they were encouraged to invest in a romantic comedy that was well received. The production company had style and good ideas, but they decided to risk it for a youth adventure that was nothing more than a pirate theme. They did so, but the results were not what they expected. They had to close the cultural factory and dedicate themselves to their usual trades.

Tired and wanting some time away from the film sets, Geena took a vacation and her fortune began to decline considerably. In addition, she suffered another blow when she realized that her husband and their personal assistant were having an affair. She was indicated as the third in discord, she was in the sweet wait. Hurt and estranged, Geena found her resilience in archery and managed to establish herself as a high-end competitor. Little by little, she returned to her passion for art and did very well in brief appearances in Commander in chief, Stuart Little, Grey’s anatomy and Me him her. Her life gave her another chance at her love and she walked down the aisle with her plastic surgeon; they had three children, but separated after two decades.

Now that he is returning to the ring little by little, he has also committed himself to gender causes; Thus, she carried out university studies to investigate why the female quota of animated characters was not met in productions for the younger generations. She founded a homonymous study center where she analyzes the qualities of female roles in cultural proposals, shows and sports. Regarding this, she expressed in an interview: ?I am completely obsessed with numbers and data. My theory is that we don’t have enough real role models of women in important positions and occupations to drive change, and therefore we need to have them in fiction so that life imitates art.”

In full commitment to eliminate the gap in labor inequality between men and women, the artist received a doctorate and her work was recognized for having provided quantitative studies. Despite the insistence on equal salaries and parity, she also added other aspects taking advantage of the emergence of Me too, which denounces situations of vulnerability, harassment and sexual violence in Hollywood workplaces. She revealed that she, in her early days, went to a casting and had to sit on a director’s lap to act out a romantic scene. She there she knew that the competition was unfair. With a paradigm shift and voices made visible, Geena continues with the emphasis on changing these old customs to build a fairer world of work.

We wish to thank the writer of this write-up for this awesome web content

Geena Davis, from acting to gender militancy ? Diario Hoy

[date_timestamp] => 1664266795 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Everything You Need to Know About Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell?s Holiday Musical ?Spirited? [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/trending-people/everything-you-need-to-know-about-ryan-reynolds-and-will-ferrells-holiday-musical-spirited/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Moonlky ) [pubdate] => Tue, 27 Sep 2022 05:40:51 +0000 [category] => Trending PeopleFerrellsHolidayMusicalReynoldsRyanSpirited [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=47670 [description] => Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell are gifting fans a new movie this holiday season with Spirited. The star of the Christmas classic Elf and Deadpool actor will be spreading Christmas cheer in the Apple original film, directed by Sean Anders. Spirited is a modern musical rendition of Charles Dickens? A Christmas Carol featuring music by Dear Evan Hansen, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell are gifting fans a new movie this holiday season with Spirited.

The star of the Christmas classic Elf and Deadpool actor will be spreading Christmas cheer in the Apple original film, directed by Sean Anders. Spirited is a modern musical rendition of Charles Dickens? A Christmas Carol featuring music by Dear Evan Hansen, La La Land and The Greatest Showman‘s Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.

“Singing, dancing and playing in the sandbox with Will Ferrell made a whole lotta dreams come true,” Reynolds wrote on Instagram after wrapping production on the movie in 2021.

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Everything You Need to Know About Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell’s Holiday Musical ‘Spirited’

) [summary] => Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell are gifting fans a new movie this holiday season with Spirited. The star of the Christmas classic Elf and Deadpool actor will be spreading Christmas cheer in the Apple original film, directed by Sean Anders. Spirited is a modern musical rendition of Charles Dickens? A Christmas Carol featuring music by Dear Evan Hansen, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell are gifting fans a new movie this holiday season with Spirited.

The star of the Christmas classic Elf and Deadpool actor will be spreading Christmas cheer in the Apple original film, directed by Sean Anders. Spirited is a modern musical rendition of Charles Dickens? A Christmas Carol featuring music by Dear Evan Hansen, La La Land and The Greatest Showman‘s Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.

“Singing, dancing and playing in the sandbox with Will Ferrell made a whole lotta dreams come true,” Reynolds wrote on Instagram after wrapping production on the movie in 2021.

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Everything You Need to Know About Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell’s Holiday Musical ‘Spirited’

[date_timestamp] => 1664257251 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => 0% VAT if vegetables and fruit are whole or only cut ? Horticulturist Rob Baan does work expensive advisory committee: when are fruit and vegetables G&F? ? Foodlog [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/magazine/0-vat-if-vegetables-and-fruit-are-whole-or-only-cut-horticulturist-rob-baan-does-work-expensive-advisory-committee-when-are-fruit-and-vegetables-gf-foodlog/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Pauline Moonlky ) [pubdate] => Tue, 27 Sep 2022 05:04:35 +0000 [category] => MagazineadvisoryBaancommitteecutexpensiveFoodlogfruitHorticulturistRobVATvegetables [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=47665 [description] => Because the cabinet apparently find it very difficult to determine when fruit and vegetables may fall under the 0-rate for VAT, I spoke to some colleagues in agriculture and horticulture to see whether there could be a difference of opinion about what G&F is. The government wants to lower the VAT to 0% because only ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Because the cabinet apparently find it very difficult to determine when fruit and vegetables may fall under the 0-rate for VAT, I spoke to some colleagues in agriculture and horticulture to see whether there could be a difference of opinion about what G&F is.

The government wants to lower the VAT to 0% because only 16% of the Dutch eat enough G&F every day. It has been scientifically shown that sufficient consumption of G&F is beneficial for general health. That’s why it’s weird to tax something that reduces overall health costs. Moreover, the 0% rate has recently been allowed from Brussels and is included in the coalition agreement.

Sliced ??endive is simply a live convenience product that helps increase consumption. Sauerkraut is not alive and quite salty and therefore falls into the 9% category

Do we need to explain further why G&F are healthy for humans? Humans have hardly changed physically and genetically since the last 170,000 years. What could the naked person, with his bare hands, teeth, feet and mind (so without aids) obtain? That was a menu that consisted of 80% plants and only 20% animal protein in the form of crustaceans and shellfish, fish, rodents, birds, eggs, insects and reptiles.

Now that we’ve established that again, we can ask what G&F, that 80%, should be today. That is only fresh, unprocessed and alive. Cut raw is certainly still alive and breathing. But only the apple is fresh, the applesauce is not. And that has far-reaching consequences. Eat 3 apples and you are more than naturally full. Eat 3 bowls of applesauce and you can eat even more (that’s 10 apples and associated fructose). Drink a carton of pure apple juice, and that can easily be two more, and you eat 25 apples with accompanying sugars (whether or not added). So it’s very simple. A living apple is Fruit. Not a processed apple. Cut is alive, not dried.

There are some exceptions. Canned or frozen food, for example, are not alive and are usually processed somewhere with salt or other preservatives. Or brightened up with flavors and with cream. That is why cans and freezers are not G&F, but are healthy and only taxed with 9% VAT. Sliced ??endive is simply a live convenience product that helps increase consumption.

A Fresh-Pack teriyaki, poké bowl or vegetable soup certainly contains a lot of living vegetables and fruit, but also rice or pasta and a sauce or spice cubes with (too) much sugar and salt. So that’s not Fruits and Vegetables. Sauerkraut is not live and quite salty and therefore falls into the 9% category. Candy with fruit flavors has nothing to do with G&F and hopefully falls within the 21% rate and preferably increased with a sugar tax. Dried fruit is often sugared and you can’t dose yourself with it, any more than with applesauce. So 9%. Vegetable wraps where vegetable powder is mixed with wheat flour is not a vegetable, so 9%. Tomato paste or ketchup is not a vegetable, also because sugar and other ingredients have been added. So a pizza topped with vegetables is not a vegetable.

G&Fruit are just fresh fruits and vegetables, sliced ??at best and at least alive. And edible flowers? These are fresh and unprocessed and belong in the 0% rate.

The cabinet does not want to implement the reduction of the VAT rate on G&F until 2024, despite votes in the House of Representatives to do it immediately in order to reduce the burden on households. During the General Considerations, Esther Ouwehand of the PvdD poked fun at the research into the definition of G&F that the cabinet says is necessary. Then just start with uncut fruits and vegetables, she said. That is not complicated and then that difficult research can be given until 2024. She already got the prime minister a little bit.

There has been a lot of discussion on Foodlog in the past about the advantages and disadvantages of levying VAT on fruit and vegetables. Politically, that discussion has since been superseded by the decision to levy 0% on G&F.

We want to say thanks to the author of this article for this awesome material

0% VAT if vegetables and fruit are whole or only cut – Horticulturist Rob Baan does work expensive advisory committee: when are fruit and vegetables G&F? – Foodlog

) [summary] => Because the cabinet apparently find it very difficult to determine when fruit and vegetables may fall under the 0-rate for VAT, I spoke to some colleagues in agriculture and horticulture to see whether there could be a difference of opinion about what G&F is. The government wants to lower the VAT to 0% because only ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Because the cabinet apparently find it very difficult to determine when fruit and vegetables may fall under the 0-rate for VAT, I spoke to some colleagues in agriculture and horticulture to see whether there could be a difference of opinion about what G&F is.

The government wants to lower the VAT to 0% because only 16% of the Dutch eat enough G&F every day. It has been scientifically shown that sufficient consumption of G&F is beneficial for general health. That’s why it’s weird to tax something that reduces overall health costs. Moreover, the 0% rate has recently been allowed from Brussels and is included in the coalition agreement.

Sliced ??endive is simply a live convenience product that helps increase consumption. Sauerkraut is not alive and quite salty and therefore falls into the 9% category

Do we need to explain further why G&F are healthy for humans? Humans have hardly changed physically and genetically since the last 170,000 years. What could the naked person, with his bare hands, teeth, feet and mind (so without aids) obtain? That was a menu that consisted of 80% plants and only 20% animal protein in the form of crustaceans and shellfish, fish, rodents, birds, eggs, insects and reptiles.

Now that we’ve established that again, we can ask what G&F, that 80%, should be today. That is only fresh, unprocessed and alive. Cut raw is certainly still alive and breathing. But only the apple is fresh, the applesauce is not. And that has far-reaching consequences. Eat 3 apples and you are more than naturally full. Eat 3 bowls of applesauce and you can eat even more (that’s 10 apples and associated fructose). Drink a carton of pure apple juice, and that can easily be two more, and you eat 25 apples with accompanying sugars (whether or not added). So it’s very simple. A living apple is Fruit. Not a processed apple. Cut is alive, not dried.

There are some exceptions. Canned or frozen food, for example, are not alive and are usually processed somewhere with salt or other preservatives. Or brightened up with flavors and with cream. That is why cans and freezers are not G&F, but are healthy and only taxed with 9% VAT. Sliced ??endive is simply a live convenience product that helps increase consumption.

A Fresh-Pack teriyaki, poké bowl or vegetable soup certainly contains a lot of living vegetables and fruit, but also rice or pasta and a sauce or spice cubes with (too) much sugar and salt. So that’s not Fruits and Vegetables. Sauerkraut is not live and quite salty and therefore falls into the 9% category. Candy with fruit flavors has nothing to do with G&F and hopefully falls within the 21% rate and preferably increased with a sugar tax. Dried fruit is often sugared and you can’t dose yourself with it, any more than with applesauce. So 9%. Vegetable wraps where vegetable powder is mixed with wheat flour is not a vegetable, so 9%. Tomato paste or ketchup is not a vegetable, also because sugar and other ingredients have been added. So a pizza topped with vegetables is not a vegetable.

G&Fruit are just fresh fruits and vegetables, sliced ??at best and at least alive. And edible flowers? These are fresh and unprocessed and belong in the 0% rate.

The cabinet does not want to implement the reduction of the VAT rate on G&F until 2024, despite votes in the House of Representatives to do it immediately in order to reduce the burden on households. During the General Considerations, Esther Ouwehand of the PvdD poked fun at the research into the definition of G&F that the cabinet says is necessary. Then just start with uncut fruits and vegetables, she said. That is not complicated and then that difficult research can be given until 2024. She already got the prime minister a little bit.

There has been a lot of discussion on Foodlog in the past about the advantages and disadvantages of levying VAT on fruit and vegetables. Politically, that discussion has since been superseded by the decision to levy 0% on G&F.

We want to say thanks to the author of this article for this awesome material

0% VAT if vegetables and fruit are whole or only cut – Horticulturist Rob Baan does work expensive advisory committee: when are fruit and vegetables G&F? – Foodlog

[date_timestamp] => 1664255075 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Daniel Kaluuya: Biography and filmography ? AlohaCriticón [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/influential-people/daniel-kaluuya-biography-and-filmography-alohacriticon/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Harold Kent ) [pubdate] => Tue, 27 Sep 2022 05:00:55 +0000 [category] => Influential PeopleAlohaCriticónBiographyDanielfilmographyKaluuya [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=47659 [description] => He was born on February 24, 1989 in London (England) Biography Stomach 1’74.Daniel Kaluuya is an English actor. He is the son of Ugandan immigrants named Damalie Namusoke, a worker in a special education center, and Stephen Kaluuya. The latter, a worker in the British health system, only saw his son after the birth.The couple ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

He was born on February 24, 1989 in London (England)

Biography

Stomach 1’74.
Daniel Kaluuya is an English actor.

He is the son of Ugandan immigrants named Damalie Namusoke, a worker in a special education center, and Stephen Kaluuya.

The latter, a worker in the British health system, only saw his son after the birth.
The couple then broke up and Damalie raised her son and his older sister on her own.

After going through hostels until he was two years old, Daniel grew up in Camden Town with his family.

daniel-kaluuya-in-skins-teleseriesHe studied at the Catholic College of St. Aloysius.

He stood out writing stories from a very young age, creating a play when he was only nine years old.

The theater took him to the cinema, making his debut in 2006 with the film ?Shoot The Messenger? (2006).

His work on the TV series “Skins” (2007-2009), as a screenwriter and actor (in the role of Kenneth), established him in the entertainment industry.

In 2009 he premiered two television series:

?FM? (2009), with DJ as the protagonist
“Psychoville” (2009-2011), bizarre comedy with traces of black and absurd humor

The following year, Kaluuya returned with new television productions:

?Bellamy?s People? (2010)
?Rudy Hell! It?s Harry And Paul? (2010-2012)

His appearance in an episode of the series ?Black Mirror? (2011), entitled ?15 Million De Merits?, brought him international popularity.

That year, in the cinema, he also appeared in the comedy with Rowan Atkinson ?Johnny English Returns? (2011); and, on television, he could be seen in ?The Fades? (2011), a supernatural story starring Iain De Caestecker.
Daniel plays the protagonist’s best friend.

In 2013, he appeared in ?Kick Ass 2: Con Un Par? (2013).

daniel-kaluuya-judas-messiah-black-photos-moviesHe returned to television in 2014 with the police series “Babylon” (2014), produced by Danny Boyle.

He played an FBI agent in “Sicario” (2015), a Denis Villeneuve film.

After a time in which he even considered giving up acting, Kaluuya rose to stardom with ?Let Me Out? (2017), a film by Jordan Peele for which he received an Oscar nomination for best leading actor.

A year later he returned to the cinema with:

?Black Panther? (2018), embodying W’Kabi
“Widows” (2018)

He shared the lead with Jodie Turner-Smith in “Queen & Slim” (2019), a film that Daniel also produced.

In 2021, he premiered ?Judas and The Black Messiah? (2021), a film for which he won the Oscar Award and the Golden Globe as best supporting actor.
In this film he played Fred Hampton, president of the Black Panther Party in Chicago during the 1960s.

He collaborated again with Jordan Peele in the science fiction film “Nope” (2022).

What is Jordan Peele up to?
He is currently preparing the film ?The Upper World?.

Regarding his love life, Daniel Kaluuya, who is a football fan, his favorite team being Arsenal, has a girlfriend named Amanda Crichlow.

FILMOGRAPHY

let-me-out-poster-moviesSHOOT THE MESSENGER (2006) by Ngozi Onwurah
CASS (2008) de Jon S. Baird
CHATROOM (2010) by Hideo Nakata
RANDOM (2011) de Debbie Tucker Green
JOHNNY ENGLISH RETURNS (2011) de Oliver Parker
CROSSING THE LIMIT (2013) by Eran Creevy
KICK IS 2: CON UN PAR (2013) by Jeff Wadlow
SICARIO (2015) by Denis Villeneuve
LET ME OUT (2017) by Jordan Peele
BLACK PANTHER (2018) de Ryan Coogler
WIDOWS (2018) by Steve McQueen
QUEEN & SLIM (2019) de Melina Matsoukas
A CHRISTMAS CAROL (2020) -voice- by Jacqui Morris
JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH (2021) by Shaka King
NOP (2022) de Jordan Peele

On the eve of release or in the production phase

THE UPPER WORLD (2023)

We want to give thanks to the writer of this short article for this amazing web content

Daniel Kaluuya: Biography and filmography – AlohaCriticón

) [summary] => He was born on February 24, 1989 in London (England) Biography Stomach 1’74.Daniel Kaluuya is an English actor. He is the son of Ugandan immigrants named Damalie Namusoke, a worker in a special education center, and Stephen Kaluuya. The latter, a worker in the British health system, only saw his son after the birth.The couple ... Read more [atom_content] =>

He was born on February 24, 1989 in London (England)

Biography

Stomach 1’74.
Daniel Kaluuya is an English actor.

He is the son of Ugandan immigrants named Damalie Namusoke, a worker in a special education center, and Stephen Kaluuya.

The latter, a worker in the British health system, only saw his son after the birth.
The couple then broke up and Damalie raised her son and his older sister on her own.

After going through hostels until he was two years old, Daniel grew up in Camden Town with his family.

daniel-kaluuya-in-skins-teleseriesHe studied at the Catholic College of St. Aloysius.

He stood out writing stories from a very young age, creating a play when he was only nine years old.

The theater took him to the cinema, making his debut in 2006 with the film ?Shoot The Messenger? (2006).

His work on the TV series “Skins” (2007-2009), as a screenwriter and actor (in the role of Kenneth), established him in the entertainment industry.

In 2009 he premiered two television series:

?FM? (2009), with DJ as the protagonist
“Psychoville” (2009-2011), bizarre comedy with traces of black and absurd humor

The following year, Kaluuya returned with new television productions:

?Bellamy?s People? (2010)
?Rudy Hell! It?s Harry And Paul? (2010-2012)

His appearance in an episode of the series ?Black Mirror? (2011), entitled ?15 Million De Merits?, brought him international popularity.

That year, in the cinema, he also appeared in the comedy with Rowan Atkinson ?Johnny English Returns? (2011); and, on television, he could be seen in ?The Fades? (2011), a supernatural story starring Iain De Caestecker.
Daniel plays the protagonist’s best friend.

In 2013, he appeared in ?Kick Ass 2: Con Un Par? (2013).

daniel-kaluuya-judas-messiah-black-photos-moviesHe returned to television in 2014 with the police series “Babylon” (2014), produced by Danny Boyle.

He played an FBI agent in “Sicario” (2015), a Denis Villeneuve film.

After a time in which he even considered giving up acting, Kaluuya rose to stardom with ?Let Me Out? (2017), a film by Jordan Peele for which he received an Oscar nomination for best leading actor.

A year later he returned to the cinema with:

?Black Panther? (2018), embodying W’Kabi
“Widows” (2018)

He shared the lead with Jodie Turner-Smith in “Queen & Slim” (2019), a film that Daniel also produced.

In 2021, he premiered ?Judas and The Black Messiah? (2021), a film for which he won the Oscar Award and the Golden Globe as best supporting actor.
In this film he played Fred Hampton, president of the Black Panther Party in Chicago during the 1960s.

He collaborated again with Jordan Peele in the science fiction film “Nope” (2022).

What is Jordan Peele up to?
He is currently preparing the film ?The Upper World?.

Regarding his love life, Daniel Kaluuya, who is a football fan, his favorite team being Arsenal, has a girlfriend named Amanda Crichlow.

FILMOGRAPHY

let-me-out-poster-moviesSHOOT THE MESSENGER (2006) by Ngozi Onwurah
CASS (2008) de Jon S. Baird
CHATROOM (2010) by Hideo Nakata
RANDOM (2011) de Debbie Tucker Green
JOHNNY ENGLISH RETURNS (2011) de Oliver Parker
CROSSING THE LIMIT (2013) by Eran Creevy
KICK IS 2: CON UN PAR (2013) by Jeff Wadlow
SICARIO (2015) by Denis Villeneuve
LET ME OUT (2017) by Jordan Peele
BLACK PANTHER (2018) de Ryan Coogler
WIDOWS (2018) by Steve McQueen
QUEEN & SLIM (2019) de Melina Matsoukas
A CHRISTMAS CAROL (2020) -voice- by Jacqui Morris
JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH (2021) by Shaka King
NOP (2022) de Jordan Peele

On the eve of release or in the production phase

THE UPPER WORLD (2023)

We want to give thanks to the writer of this short article for this amazing web content

Daniel Kaluuya: Biography and filmography – AlohaCriticón

[date_timestamp] => 1664254855 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Correcting peers is key in small-group learning [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/healthandscience/correcting-peers-is-key-in-small-group-learning/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Tue, 27 Sep 2022 04:23:52 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceCorrectingkeylearningpeerssmallgroup [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=47654 [description] => Journal Reference: Stephanie M. Halmo, Emily K. Bremers, Sammantha Fuller, Julie Dangremond Stanton. ?Oh, that makes sense?: Social Metacognition in Small-Group Problem Solving. CBELife Sciences Education, 2022; 21 (3) DOI: 10.1187/cbe.22-01-0009 New research from the University of Georgia suggests that students who understand what they do and do not know, and who are willing to ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Stephanie M. Halmo, Emily K. Bremers, Sammantha Fuller, Julie Dangremond Stanton. ?Oh, that makes sense?: Social Metacognition in Small-Group Problem Solving. CBELife Sciences Education, 2022; 21 (3) DOI: 10.1187/cbe.22-01-0009

New research from the University of Georgia suggests that students who understand what they do and do not know, and who are willing to ask for clarification and correct misinformation in the group, are more successful in small-group problem-solving.

The study, ?Oh, that makes sense?: Social Metacognition in Small-Group Problem Solving, was published in the current issue of Life Science Education.

The new research advances the understanding of how students succeed in innovative instruction environments such as SCALE-UP classrooms and active learning courses.

?The move toward more collaborative learning is really big in life science education,? said Julie Dangremond Stanton, associate professor in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences department of cellular biology and corresponding author on the study. ?If we?re going to ask students to work in small groups, then we have to provide them with some guidance on how to collaborate effectively while problem solving because they are still learning how to do this. Guidance on collaboration may be particularly important when we ask students to use scientific reasoning with their peers.?

Using discourse analysis to examine transcripts from two groups of three students during breakout sessions in an upper-division biology classroom, researchers identified statements and questions that work best in small-group settings. By analyzing the conversation for metacognition (the awareness and regulation of thought processes), the team ? led by postdoctoral researcher Stephanie Halmo ? identified seven types of metacognitive statements or questions.

By coding for reasoning, they uncovered four categories of metacognitive statements or questions associated with higher-quality reasoning. For example, when students identified a point of confusion and asked for clarification (e.g., ?I don?t understand. Can you explain that??) the group?s responses helped move their problem solving forward. As another example, when students asked questions that evaluated their group?s answers (e.g., ?Does our answer address the question??), the group?s responses helped them reason at a higher level.

Correcting a peer can be daunting, but it?s beneficial

?It?s fascinating to see. If you and I were working with one other person and you said something to me about how cell division works, and I thought I understood how that worked, but as you?re explaining it, I realize I don?t actually understand how cells divide,? Stanton said. ?I might try to clarify my understanding by explaining it back, but maybe the third person we?re talking with realizes, oh no, Julie is still confused, let me correct this part and help her try to understand it.?

That ability, according to Stanton, can be important even though students may be otherwise socialized not to directly correct someone, because it could be considered confrontational. It?s a skill that also combines with an ability to listen and think about the discussion in the group.

?We created timelines of what students did during breakout sessions, and we see times when students are not speaking to each other, and I really appreciated this idea that maybe some silence can be very beneficial to group work, when you take a moment to think about what you?re going to say before you say it, or think about the problem before you jump in to solve it,? she said.

Periods of silence denoted better group problem solving

The researchers were initially excited by another group in the study who spoke continually, even finishing each other?s sentences. But the audio recordings and transcript revealed that, while the group had some success in problem solving, they would never directly correct each other. Even when one student said something that another knew was wrong, the second did not acknowledge the wrong answer by offering a correction or asking a question, and instead gently moved to something else.

According to Stanton the silence is an interesting indicator for both students and faculty, who may be more inclined to correlate noisy classroom discussions with better active learning as well as become concerned with periods of silence while students are working in groups.

Overlapping utterances that don?t include students being direct with one another can lead a group discussion in circles and may exhaust the participants. Instead, the new research suggests providing students more coaching around the metacognitive statements and questions that can promote problem solving. For instance, while it is normally not seen as socially acceptable to correct someone, not stopping to ask questions or make a point could lead down a road that?s not productive for the work or the learning situation as designed.

?We often think about metacognition as realizing what you do and don?t know,? Stanton said. ?And a lot of times it?s really beneficial to work with other people because when you hear them talk ? or when you explain something to them ? you start to realize, OK wait I don?t actually know what I thought I knew.?

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Correcting peers is key in small-group learning

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Stephanie M. Halmo, Emily K. Bremers, Sammantha Fuller, Julie Dangremond Stanton. ?Oh, that makes sense?: Social Metacognition in Small-Group Problem Solving. CBELife Sciences Education, 2022; 21 (3) DOI: 10.1187/cbe.22-01-0009 New research from the University of Georgia suggests that students who understand what they do and do not know, and who are willing to ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Stephanie M. Halmo, Emily K. Bremers, Sammantha Fuller, Julie Dangremond Stanton. ?Oh, that makes sense?: Social Metacognition in Small-Group Problem Solving. CBELife Sciences Education, 2022; 21 (3) DOI: 10.1187/cbe.22-01-0009

New research from the University of Georgia suggests that students who understand what they do and do not know, and who are willing to ask for clarification and correct misinformation in the group, are more successful in small-group problem-solving.

The study, ?Oh, that makes sense?: Social Metacognition in Small-Group Problem Solving, was published in the current issue of Life Science Education.

The new research advances the understanding of how students succeed in innovative instruction environments such as SCALE-UP classrooms and active learning courses.

?The move toward more collaborative learning is really big in life science education,? said Julie Dangremond Stanton, associate professor in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences department of cellular biology and corresponding author on the study. ?If we?re going to ask students to work in small groups, then we have to provide them with some guidance on how to collaborate effectively while problem solving because they are still learning how to do this. Guidance on collaboration may be particularly important when we ask students to use scientific reasoning with their peers.?

Using discourse analysis to examine transcripts from two groups of three students during breakout sessions in an upper-division biology classroom, researchers identified statements and questions that work best in small-group settings. By analyzing the conversation for metacognition (the awareness and regulation of thought processes), the team ? led by postdoctoral researcher Stephanie Halmo ? identified seven types of metacognitive statements or questions.

By coding for reasoning, they uncovered four categories of metacognitive statements or questions associated with higher-quality reasoning. For example, when students identified a point of confusion and asked for clarification (e.g., ?I don?t understand. Can you explain that??) the group?s responses helped move their problem solving forward. As another example, when students asked questions that evaluated their group?s answers (e.g., ?Does our answer address the question??), the group?s responses helped them reason at a higher level.

Correcting a peer can be daunting, but it?s beneficial

?It?s fascinating to see. If you and I were working with one other person and you said something to me about how cell division works, and I thought I understood how that worked, but as you?re explaining it, I realize I don?t actually understand how cells divide,? Stanton said. ?I might try to clarify my understanding by explaining it back, but maybe the third person we?re talking with realizes, oh no, Julie is still confused, let me correct this part and help her try to understand it.?

That ability, according to Stanton, can be important even though students may be otherwise socialized not to directly correct someone, because it could be considered confrontational. It?s a skill that also combines with an ability to listen and think about the discussion in the group.

?We created timelines of what students did during breakout sessions, and we see times when students are not speaking to each other, and I really appreciated this idea that maybe some silence can be very beneficial to group work, when you take a moment to think about what you?re going to say before you say it, or think about the problem before you jump in to solve it,? she said.

Periods of silence denoted better group problem solving

The researchers were initially excited by another group in the study who spoke continually, even finishing each other?s sentences. But the audio recordings and transcript revealed that, while the group had some success in problem solving, they would never directly correct each other. Even when one student said something that another knew was wrong, the second did not acknowledge the wrong answer by offering a correction or asking a question, and instead gently moved to something else.

According to Stanton the silence is an interesting indicator for both students and faculty, who may be more inclined to correlate noisy classroom discussions with better active learning as well as become concerned with periods of silence while students are working in groups.

Overlapping utterances that don?t include students being direct with one another can lead a group discussion in circles and may exhaust the participants. Instead, the new research suggests providing students more coaching around the metacognitive statements and questions that can promote problem solving. For instance, while it is normally not seen as socially acceptable to correct someone, not stopping to ask questions or make a point could lead down a road that?s not productive for the work or the learning situation as designed.

?We often think about metacognition as realizing what you do and don?t know,? Stanton said. ?And a lot of times it?s really beneficial to work with other people because when you hear them talk ? or when you explain something to them ? you start to realize, OK wait I don?t actually know what I thought I knew.?

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Correcting peers is key in small-group learning

[date_timestamp] => 1664252632 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Layering, not liquid: Astronomers explain Mars? watery reflections [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/healthandscience/layering-not-liquid-astronomers-explain-mars-watery-reflections/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Tue, 27 Sep 2022 03:07:00 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceAstronomersexplainLayeringliquidMarsreflectionswatery [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=47649 [description] => Journal Reference: D. E. Lalich, A. G. Hayes, V. Poggiali. Explaining Bright Radar Reflections Below The South Pole of Mars Without Liquid Water. Nature Astronomy, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41550-022-01775-z Researchers detail their alternative explanation in Nature Astronomy. “On Earth, reflections that bright are often an indication of liquid water, even buried lakes like Lake Vostok,” said ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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  1. D. E. Lalich, A. G. Hayes, V. Poggiali. Explaining Bright Radar Reflections Below The South Pole of Mars Without Liquid Water. Nature Astronomy, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41550-022-01775-z

Researchers detail their alternative explanation in Nature Astronomy.

“On Earth, reflections that bright are often an indication of liquid water, even buried lakes like Lake Vostok,” said Dan Lalich, research associate. “But on Mars, the prevailing opinion was that it should be too cold for similar lakes to form.”

But the fact remains, Lalich said, that the bright reflection exists and requires an explanation.

Lalich created simulations with layers composed of four materials — atmosphere, water ice, carbon dioxide (CO2) ice and basalt — and assigned each layer a corresponding permittivity, an intrinsic property of the material describing its interaction with electromagnetic radiation passing through it.

Simulations using three layers — two CO2 layers, separated by a layer of dusty ice — produced reflections as bright as the actual observations.

“I used CO2 layers embedded within the water ice because we know it already exists in large quantities near the surface of the ice cap,” Lalich said. “In principle, though, I could have used rock layers or even particularly dusty water ice and I would have gotten similar results. The point of this paper is really that the composition of the basal layers is less important than the layer thicknesses and separations.”

From the models, the researchers determined that the thickness of the layers and how far apart they are have a bigger impact on reflection power than the composition of the layers. While no single simplified stratigraphy in the paper can explain every observation, the researchers wrote, “we have shown that it is possible to create bright reflections without liquid water.”

It’s important to figure out what’s not liquid water on Mars, Lalich said, because the stakes are so high. “If there is liquid water,” he said, “maybe there’s life, or maybe we could use it for future human missions to Mars.”

Liquid water could also have important implications for the age of the polar cap, the internal heating of Mars, and how the planet’s climate has evolved in the geologically recent past — and Lalich does not rule it out entirely.

“None of the work we’ve done disproves the possible existence of liquid water down there,” Lalich said. “We just think the interference hypothesis is more consistent with other observations. I’m not sure anything short of a drill could prove either side of this debate definitively right or wrong.”

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Layering, not liquid: Astronomers explain Mars? watery reflections

) [summary] => Journal Reference: D. E. Lalich, A. G. Hayes, V. Poggiali. Explaining Bright Radar Reflections Below The South Pole of Mars Without Liquid Water. Nature Astronomy, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41550-022-01775-z Researchers detail their alternative explanation in Nature Astronomy. “On Earth, reflections that bright are often an indication of liquid water, even buried lakes like Lake Vostok,” said ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. D. E. Lalich, A. G. Hayes, V. Poggiali. Explaining Bright Radar Reflections Below The South Pole of Mars Without Liquid Water. Nature Astronomy, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41550-022-01775-z

Researchers detail their alternative explanation in Nature Astronomy.

“On Earth, reflections that bright are often an indication of liquid water, even buried lakes like Lake Vostok,” said Dan Lalich, research associate. “But on Mars, the prevailing opinion was that it should be too cold for similar lakes to form.”

But the fact remains, Lalich said, that the bright reflection exists and requires an explanation.

Lalich created simulations with layers composed of four materials — atmosphere, water ice, carbon dioxide (CO2) ice and basalt — and assigned each layer a corresponding permittivity, an intrinsic property of the material describing its interaction with electromagnetic radiation passing through it.

Simulations using three layers — two CO2 layers, separated by a layer of dusty ice — produced reflections as bright as the actual observations.

“I used CO2 layers embedded within the water ice because we know it already exists in large quantities near the surface of the ice cap,” Lalich said. “In principle, though, I could have used rock layers or even particularly dusty water ice and I would have gotten similar results. The point of this paper is really that the composition of the basal layers is less important than the layer thicknesses and separations.”

From the models, the researchers determined that the thickness of the layers and how far apart they are have a bigger impact on reflection power than the composition of the layers. While no single simplified stratigraphy in the paper can explain every observation, the researchers wrote, “we have shown that it is possible to create bright reflections without liquid water.”

It’s important to figure out what’s not liquid water on Mars, Lalich said, because the stakes are so high. “If there is liquid water,” he said, “maybe there’s life, or maybe we could use it for future human missions to Mars.”

Liquid water could also have important implications for the age of the polar cap, the internal heating of Mars, and how the planet’s climate has evolved in the geologically recent past — and Lalich does not rule it out entirely.

“None of the work we’ve done disproves the possible existence of liquid water down there,” Lalich said. “We just think the interference hypothesis is more consistent with other observations. I’m not sure anything short of a drill could prove either side of this debate definitively right or wrong.”

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Layering, not liquid: Astronomers explain Mars? watery reflections

[date_timestamp] => 1664248020 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Jennifer Lopez?s sad goodbye to her first great love: why it is unforgettable for her [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/celebrity/jennifer-lopezs-sad-goodbye-to-her-first-great-love-why-it-is-unforgettable-for-her/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Tue, 27 Sep 2022 02:30:24 +0000 [category] => CelebritygoodbyeJenniferLopezslovesadunforgettable [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=47643 [description] => A fundamental relationship in the life of life and for whom he still cries. Many of Jennifer Lopez’s relationships are more than well known. Among them, you can not fail to mention Ben Affleck. They started a bond in 2002, in 2004 they canceled their engagement and this new round comes with everything. Now, in ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

A fundamental relationship in the life of life and for whom he still cries.

Many of Jennifer Lopez’s relationships are more than well known.

Among them, you can not fail to mention Ben Affleck. They started a bond in 2002, in 2004 they canceled their engagement and this new round comes with everything.

Now, in addition, the reasons for their previous breakup were known. ?I would say that the media attention was almost fifty percent of the cause of the destruction of the couple?Ben said, according to Entertainment Tonight’s post a few days ago.

Other of his relationships impossible to ignore: it is Marc Anthonywith whom they became good friends. Alex Rodriguezz It was also significant in his life.

But there is a first great love in his lifetruly significant and whose story is more than special, as he recounted in an interview with Rolling Stone.



Jennifer López and Axel Rodríguez, in times of love.

Jennifer Lopez’s first great love

That special person in his life was david cross. A Daily Mail publication that takes up El Comercio from Peru specifies that in 2004 she said that he was a “friend” and the person who “probably knew her better than anyone.”

David he was her neighbor in the Bronx and they started dating when they were 16. He took her to her prom and thus began her romance.

One of the memories that stayed with her: when she escaped through the window of her room to see him and then had to climb two floors, using a portable ladder.

“I was very good at sneaking around, but when I got caught, things would get really bad,” he said in that interview. He also said that her mother’s concern, Lupe, was that Jennifer would get pregnant.

The bond between them, according to various publications, lasted for ten years. It ended when JLo’s career began to rise and become the priority in his life.

According to Hola magazine, however, they always kept in touch.

Ben Affleck and Jennifer are often shown at events Photo REUTERS/Aude Guerrucci.


Ben Affleck and Jennifer are often shown at events Photo REUTERS/Aude Guerrucci.

Jennifer’s goodbye to her teenage boyfriend

Sadly, David He died in 2020, at the age of 51, at Mount Sinai West Hospital in New York, due to a heart condition.

Upon hearing the singer of this sad news, she realized that she still remembered her home phone number. So, she decided to call her mother and offer her condolences.

“I was like: ‘Hello. This is Jennifer Lopez’, and she said: ‘Jennifer?’. I told her: You know I loved David very much. And she replied: I know, he loves you too. We both cried,” she said. at the interview.

In addition, she added that she considers herself lucky. “It’s about great luck to have had a great first love like that,” she added.

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, love for the second time EFE.


Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, love for the second time EFE.

her first husband

If we talk about distant loves, her first husband cannot be left out either: Ojani Noah.

They met at the Miami restaurant where he worked. They started dating in 1996. He was 21 and he was 26. “I was afraid of falling in love but I let myself go. When she told me she was an actress, it was like a dream come true. I wondered why she had chosen me, but I think she was won over by my seriousness, my attitude towards work,” said the Cuban.

They were married at the end of 1997 and a year later they were separated.

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Jennifer Lopez’s sad goodbye to her first great love: why it is unforgettable for her

) [summary] => A fundamental relationship in the life of life and for whom he still cries. Many of Jennifer Lopez’s relationships are more than well known. Among them, you can not fail to mention Ben Affleck. They started a bond in 2002, in 2004 they canceled their engagement and this new round comes with everything. Now, in ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A fundamental relationship in the life of life and for whom he still cries.

Many of Jennifer Lopez’s relationships are more than well known.

Among them, you can not fail to mention Ben Affleck. They started a bond in 2002, in 2004 they canceled their engagement and this new round comes with everything.

Now, in addition, the reasons for their previous breakup were known. ?I would say that the media attention was almost fifty percent of the cause of the destruction of the couple?Ben said, according to Entertainment Tonight’s post a few days ago.

Other of his relationships impossible to ignore: it is Marc Anthonywith whom they became good friends. Alex Rodriguezz It was also significant in his life.

But there is a first great love in his lifetruly significant and whose story is more than special, as he recounted in an interview with Rolling Stone.



Jennifer López and Axel Rodríguez, in times of love.

Jennifer Lopez’s first great love

That special person in his life was david cross. A Daily Mail publication that takes up El Comercio from Peru specifies that in 2004 she said that he was a “friend” and the person who “probably knew her better than anyone.”

David he was her neighbor in the Bronx and they started dating when they were 16. He took her to her prom and thus began her romance.

One of the memories that stayed with her: when she escaped through the window of her room to see him and then had to climb two floors, using a portable ladder.

“I was very good at sneaking around, but when I got caught, things would get really bad,” he said in that interview. He also said that her mother’s concern, Lupe, was that Jennifer would get pregnant.

The bond between them, according to various publications, lasted for ten years. It ended when JLo’s career began to rise and become the priority in his life.

According to Hola magazine, however, they always kept in touch.

Ben Affleck and Jennifer are often shown at events Photo REUTERS/Aude Guerrucci.


Ben Affleck and Jennifer are often shown at events Photo REUTERS/Aude Guerrucci.

Jennifer’s goodbye to her teenage boyfriend

Sadly, David He died in 2020, at the age of 51, at Mount Sinai West Hospital in New York, due to a heart condition.

Upon hearing the singer of this sad news, she realized that she still remembered her home phone number. So, she decided to call her mother and offer her condolences.

“I was like: ‘Hello. This is Jennifer Lopez’, and she said: ‘Jennifer?’. I told her: You know I loved David very much. And she replied: I know, he loves you too. We both cried,” she said. at the interview.

In addition, she added that she considers herself lucky. “It’s about great luck to have had a great first love like that,” she added.

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, love for the second time EFE.


Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, love for the second time EFE.

her first husband

If we talk about distant loves, her first husband cannot be left out either: Ojani Noah.

They met at the Miami restaurant where he worked. They started dating in 1996. He was 21 and he was 26. “I was afraid of falling in love but I let myself go. When she told me she was an actress, it was like a dream come true. I wondered why she had chosen me, but I think she was won over by my seriousness, my attitude towards work,” said the Cuban.

They were married at the end of 1997 and a year later they were separated.

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[date_timestamp] => 1664245824 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Wanda Nara, is Icardi already a memory? The post with the singer L-gante drives gossip crazy [link] => https://coolnspicy.com/gossip/wanda-nara-is-icardi-already-a-memory-the-post-with-the-singer-l-gante-drives-gossip-crazy/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Jet Tyler ) [pubdate] => Tue, 27 Sep 2022 02:20:51 +0000 [category] => GossipcrazydrivesIcardiLgantememoryNarapostsingerWanda [guid] => https://coolnspicy.com/?p=47637 [description] => Only four days have passed since the announcement of the separation between Wanda Nara e Mauro Icardi. A break that made the talk so much gossip in this hot summer and that found confirmation in the showgirl’s Instagram story. And while the tabloid newspapers around the world speak of an alleged ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>




Only four days have passed since the announcement of the separation between Wanda Nara e Mauro Icardi. A break that made the talk so much gossip in this hot summer and that found confirmation in the showgirl’s Instagram story. And while the tabloid newspapers around the world speak of an alleged flirt between Wanda and Martin Pareyo she surprises everyone once again. Have you already moved on?




Read also> Wanda Nara and the farewell to Icardi, gossip appears: «She already has a new boyfriend». That’s who it is








The end of the love story




They had chased each other so much but, in the end, it was there break. After a troubled start, thanks to the betrayal by Wanda Nara to the ex-husband Maxi Lopez, the two had sworn eternal love. Then a year ago the Wandagate has changed everything and after many pushes and pulls here is the announcement of the separation. A year ago the showgirl discovered Mauro Icardi’s alleged betrayal with the actress Eugenia La China Suarez and from that moment, despite various attempts at reconciliation, their relationship has never returned to what it was before. From Argentina the rumors of a possible break between the two have become increasingly insistent and rumors about a clandestine relationship of Wanda Nara have begun to circulate relentlessly. Rumors never denied by the entrepreneur who, indeed, just three days after her announcement decided to raise her suspicions, publishing a post on Instagram that is making a lot of noise.








Read also> Wanda Nara, the perfect plan to betray Icardi: “He did everything to avoid being discovered”




Who is Wanda’s man?




The gossip immediately launched towards theidentikit of the man who made the 35-year-old lose her head (again). Everyone has thought of Martin Payero, striker of Boca Junior. But in the last few hours a rumor about the singer has also come out L-glove that Wanda Nara he always defined a friend, even if there was talk of their hot kiss in the disco. Kiss premeditated and planned down to the smallest detail so as not to be discovered. And now this last indiscretion takes on even more force. Wanda, in fact, on her profile Instagram has published a video that portrays her alongside the singer during a photo shoot. A post that is feeding the controversyfueling even more the rumors leaking from Argentina.










The offending video




In the black and white video shared by both the manager and the singer, the two are seen posing in identical clothes. «Coming 2022-2023», reads the caption. Referring to the line of clothes … but we would not be surprised if it was also the way to announce the new one love story. Wanda Nara e L-Gante they therefore took the first step towards a commercial relationship, among the many voices that instead want a relationship of a completely different nature between the two.












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Wanda Nara, is Icardi already a memory? The post with the singer L-gante drives gossip crazy

) [summary] => Only four days have passed since the announcement of the separation between Wanda Nara e Mauro Icardi. A break that made the talk so much gossip in this hot summer and that found confirmation in the showgirl’s Instagram story. And while the tabloid newspapers around the world speak of an alleged ... Read more [atom_content] =>




Only four days have passed since the announcement of the separation between Wanda Nara e Mauro Icardi. A break that made the talk so much gossip in this hot summer and that found confirmation in the showgirl’s Instagram story. And while the tabloid newspapers around the world speak of an alleged flirt between Wanda and Martin Pareyo she surprises everyone once again. Have you already moved on?




Read also> Wanda Nara and the farewell to Icardi, gossip appears: «She already has a new boyfriend». That’s who it is








The end of the love story




They had chased each other so much but, in the end, it was there break. After a troubled start, thanks to the betrayal by Wanda Nara to the ex-husband Maxi Lopez, the two had sworn eternal love. Then a year ago the Wandagate has changed everything and after many pushes and pulls here is the announcement of the separation. A year ago the showgirl discovered Mauro Icardi’s alleged betrayal with the actress Eugenia La China Suarez and from that moment, despite various attempts at reconciliation, their relationship has never returned to what it was before. From Argentina the rumors of a possible break between the two have become increasingly insistent and rumors about a clandestine relationship of Wanda Nara have begun to circulate relentlessly. Rumors never denied by the entrepreneur who, indeed, just three days after her announcement decided to raise her suspicions, publishing a post on Instagram that is making a lot of noise.








Read also> Wanda Nara, the perfect plan to betray Icardi: “He did everything to avoid being discovered”




Who is Wanda’s man?




The gossip immediately launched towards theidentikit of the man who made the 35-year-old lose her head (again). Everyone has thought of Martin Payero, striker of Boca Junior. But in the last few hours a rumor about the singer has also come out L-glove that Wanda Nara he always defined a friend, even if there was talk of their hot kiss in the disco. Kiss premeditated and planned down to the smallest detail so as not to be discovered. And now this last indiscretion takes on even more force. Wanda, in fact, on her profile Instagram has published a video that portrays her alongside the singer during a photo shoot. A post that is feeding the controversyfueling even more the rumors leaking from Argentina.










The offending video




In the black and white video shared by both the manager and the singer, the two are seen posing in identical clothes. «Coming 2022-2023», reads the caption. Referring to the line of clothes … but we would not be surprised if it was also the way to announce the new one love story. Wanda Nara e L-Gante they therefore took the first step towards a commercial relationship, among the many voices that instead want a relationship of a completely different nature between the two.












Last updated: Monday 26 September 2022, 18:08



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