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7 shows that helped make Netflix so popular

7 shows that helped make Netflix so popular

Entertainment
In the early days of Netflix, subscribers used the streaming service to binge-watch shows like Breaking Bad, which they'd missed when they were first broadcast.But as the company grew larger, it became even better known for making high quality content of its own.The subscription service took their venture to new heights when it began unveiling its own original shows in 2013.Binge-watching became everyone's favourite hobby while "Netflix and chill" entered the cultural lexicon.Streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime now have more subscribers than traditional pay TV services in the UK, new data from Ofcom revealed on Wednesday. Breaking Bad, which starred Bryan Cranston (or the dad from...
What Is Intuitive Eating? A Nutritionist Weighs In On This Popular Anti-Diet

What Is Intuitive Eating? A Nutritionist Weighs In On This Popular Anti-Diet

Health
In this day and age, it seems like a trendy, new diet makes headlines every couple of weeks. But there’s one eating plan—not a diet, its founders are quick to point out—that’s had some serious staying power. The term intuitive eating was coined by Evelyn Tribole, RD, and Elyse Resch, RDN, in the 1990s; since then, they’ve written several books and participated in numerous research studies on their method. Their most recent publication, The Intuitive Eating Workbook, was published last year. In short, intuitive eating means breaking free from the on-and-off cycle of dieting and learning to eat mindfully and without guilt. There’s no calorie counting or restrictions on certain foods, but there are some guidelines—10 principles, to be exact—that make up the core philosophy of this m
This Popular Breakfast Dish Might Not Be as Healthy as You Think

This Popular Breakfast Dish Might Not Be as Healthy as You Think

Health
I guess it's back to the overnight oats. When juice shops started whipping up fresh, antioxidant-packed açaí bowls a few years ago, everyone freaked out. In addition to being delicious, the gorgeous, painstakingly styled bowls were topped with granola and fruit and claimed a long list of health benefits. Before long, the Brazilian superfood dish was dominating our Instagram feeds. And we get it: Who wouldn't want to chow down on something that looks and tastes like ice cream, but is actually healthy for you?While these bowls do tend to be high in antioxidants and fiber—making them an undeniably better breakfast choice than, say, a donut or chocolate croissant—let's talk about the sugar levels. A quick lo