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What do you think has prompted yoga’s rise in popularity? People today receive more stimulation in one day than cavemen or women received in their entire life, yet we have the same software running our nervous system. Modern people are desperately searching for a means of coping with the demands and stresses of living a hyper-accelerated life. Also, when I was growing up, most households could survive on one income: now both parents are likely to have to work full-time as well as having the very demanding task of raising children. There are many different types of yoga, from bikram and hatha to power and laughter yoga. How do you know which is right for you? The best way to find out is to sample classes from several different methods over a few weeks or months and then decide, based on the effect of the practice, whether the approach is suitable. If you feel relaxed, light and radiant from attending a class, not only in your body but in a new harmony of your emotions and clarity of thought, that method and teacher is ideal for you. What do you say to those who claim yoga isn’t a good workout because you don’t break a sweat? Ayurveda, the sister science to yoga, recognises the importance of having both daily cardiovascular exercise and ‘Vyayama’, exercise that gives energy. The point of practising yoga postures is not to break a sweat but to alternately expand and condense

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Tapping the flag that appears on the map (if it’s what you’re looking for) will launch the location’s details panel. Here, you can take a look at a panoramic view of your destination using the famous Google Street view, browse photos and even read reviews and write your own. We want to get directions, however, so tap the Directions button to enter Navigation mode.

In the box that pops up next, select the Driving Navigation option, and, after a short period of searching for a signal from the GPS satellites, Google Maps should enter the voice-guided satnav mode. The GPS chip in your tablet needs a direct view of the sky to lock onto a signal, however, so you’ll need to be in your car, standing outside, or at the very least near a large window for this to work. While you’re waiting, though, you can tap the small square button in the bottom-right corner

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You can leave it at that, but there are a number of advanced options it might be useful to be aware of at this stage. If you’re stuck in traffic you can take a virtual tour of the next part of your route, for instance. Just tap the green bar at the top of the screen and the view will advance smoothly to the next turning. As it does this, a small arrow will appear in the top-right corner – tap this to advance to the next turning, and the next, and so on.

As you preview your route in this way, you may also notice a couple of extra buttons appear in the bottom-right corner of the screen. The one with the figure of a man on it will launch Google Street view, giving you a photographic preview of that particular portion of your route – very useful for complicated roundabouts and the like. To return to your current location at any point, simply tap the blue arrow button in the bottom-left corner of the screen.

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saturated fat Potatoes don’t contain saturated fat, and we get more than enough in other foods, so it is important to choose products with the least amount of added saturated fat. Aim for products with 2g or less saturated fat per 100g. There are plenty within this range.

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we think these have no place on a dinner plate. The best products we tried don’t have added salt and have less than 50mg sodium per 100g. For seasoned products we recommend choosing those with 400mg sodium or less per 100g.

fibre Although fibre doesn’t have to be stated on the nutrition information, products with the skin still on the potato will be higher in fibre and more nutritious.

the bigger PiCture Don’t forget the carbohydrate portion of a meal is only one-quarter of the ‘ideal plate’ (protein the other quarter and the remaining half, low-energy vegetables). For example, a lean steak served with 150g of potatoes at 900kJ (600kJ per 100g) and mixed vegetables provides a balanced meal with around 2100kJ without overdoing the fat or sodium. If the other portions on your plate are higher in energy, you may want to choose a lower-kilojoule potato.

$0.53 cents/100g

mcCain healthy Choice straight Cut $0.45 cents/100g

Kauri Coast Kumara – Kumara Chips skin on

$0.47 cents/100g

mcCain mini roasts – italian herbs $0.60 cents/100g

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Tasting comments Convenient and quick-to-cook potato for a mash or pie topping.

$0.48 cents/100g

555kJ 0.4g saturated fat 30mg sodium

Nice and crispy although a little bland. Our tasters thought they would like to add salt to these.

homestyle Cut Potato Chips

0.3g saturated fat 40mg sodium

These thin-cut slices need a bit of space in the oven to ensure they crisp up. Nice to see the skin on.

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