Últimas Noticias en Lifestyle

  • Are You Hungry and in L.A.? Go to Danny Trejo’s Taco Shop

    Are You Hungry and in L.A.? Go to Danny Trejo’s Taco Shop

    Por: Cynjen Romero García   |   Hace 1 mes

    Trejo’s Tacos even has vegetarian and vegan tacos.

    If you’re in the L.A. area or are planning of driving up north, then maybe you’ll want to drive by La Brea Ave. in two weeks from now, when Trejo's Tacos officially opens to the general public. The tacos are made with pure organic produce according to the LA Times and best of all is that if there’s anything left over after the restaurant closes, then it gets donated to a local homeless...

  • New Year’s Eve and The 12 Grapes: A Spanish Tradition Brought to Mexico

    New Year’s Eve and The 12 Grapes: A Spanish Tradition Brought to Mexico

    Por: Jack E. George/Baja.com   |   Hace 1 mes

    How to get lucky on New Year’s Eve? It all starts with the grapes

    By Jack E. George Vía Baja.com The tradition originated in Spain and has now been adopted by Mexico and many Latin American countries for their New Year’s Eve celebrations. It sounds simple: Eat 12 grapes in 12 seconds. The timing is crucial and needs to coincide with the final 12 seconds of the year — in Madrid, Spain, it occurs in conjunction with the ‘blong’ of the clock on the city’s...

  • INTERVIEW: Author Miguel Ruiz Takes Us Through “The Toltec Art of Life and Death”

    INTERVIEW: Author Miguel Ruiz Takes Us Through “The Toltec Art of Life and Death”

    Por: Karla Sanay   |   Hace 3 meses

    The author of “The Four Agreements” talked to us about his latest book and his approach to new readers.

    The market for self-help books is pretty strong in Mexico , but few Mexican authors have reached international success like Dr. Miguel Ruiz. Born in Guadalajara but brought up in Tijuana , the San Diego resident has broken the language barrier with “more than 8 million copies sold” of his most popular book: The Four Agreements . Oprah.com His past book catapulted him...

  • Using A Weight-Loss App? Study Says It Doesn’t Help Much

    Using A Weight-Loss App? Study Says It Doesn’t Help Much

    Por: Lynne Shallcross   |   Hace 3 meses

    The smartphone app didn’t help young adults lose any more weight than if they hadn’t been using the app at all.

    Article originally published on Keiser Health News Young American adults own smartphones at a higher rate than any other age group. Researchers from Duke University wanted to see if capitalizing on that smartphone usage with a low-cost weight-loss app might help the 35 percent of young adults in the U.S. who are overweight or obese. If you’re rooting for smartphones to solve all our...

  • Border Psycho Brewery Opens Its Own Tasting Room in Tijuana

    Border Psycho Brewery Opens Its Own Tasting Room in Tijuana

    Por: Jorge Guevara   |   Hace 3 meses

    Another 19 tasting rooms are to open in Plaza Fiesta before the end of the year.

    After a long wait for craft beer enthusiasts on Baja California, Border Psycho finally rolled out the red carpet on their new official tasting room at Plaza Fiesta in Tijuana with 12 different styles of beer. An inauguration gift from Venus Chocolate. Photo: Border Psycho Brewery. Roberto Albarrán, owner of Border Psycho Brewery, said he was very proud of the tasting...

  • Dental Brush Explains the FAQ’s on Children’s Dental Hygiene

    Dental Brush Explains the FAQ’s on Children’s Dental Hygiene

    Por: SanDiegoRed   |   Hace 4 meses

    What’s normal and what’s not?

    TIJUANA. - Dental care can begin long before even having teeth, like when babies “milk” teeth start coming out a few months after being born. The baby will start to drool, feel discomfort in their little gums and will want to start biting; sucking or chewing everything they can touch. If you don’t know what’s "normal" and what’s not, then you might get an unnecessary scare. With this...

  • Happy International Coffee Day!

    Happy International Coffee Day!

    Por: Zyanya Figueroa   |   Hace 4 meses

    One more excuse to have that extra cup of Joe

    The alarm goes off. It's 6:30 a.m., you reach out to stop that horrible sound that lets you know the day has just begun. You open one eye and even though you what time is it, you're still praying for it to be Sunday and asking yourself with the sun suddenly decided to attack your face through the window. When you finally gain enough strength to actually drag yourself out of bed and start...

  • Can You Fool A Breathalyzer?

    Can You Fool A Breathalyzer?

    Por: José Sanchez   |   Hace 4 meses

    The answer will surprise you

    Sorry to disappoint you, but the answer is NO. While there might be ways to create some sort of doubt while taking the test, but this is only possible when your alcohol levels are low and the possibilities of getting into trouble are slim to none; however, once the alcohol in your blood exceeds levels established by the law, it doesn't matter how many marzipans or pennies you chew on, you...

  • Global Tourist Destinations That Are Cheap Once You re There

    Global Tourist Destinations That Are Cheap Once You're There

    Por: Jessica Romero   |   Hace 4 meses

    Although the flight might be the only expensive thing about it

    Traveling the world is probably on almost everyone's bucket list, but like many, one can only dream. While it's true that traveling means getting plane, train or bus tickets, accommodations and money, there are different destinations around the world that range from nature's wonders to man's creations. That being said, don't stick to the idea of not having enough money and simply start...

  • 5 Things I Learned After Not Eating Meat For Two Weeks

    5 Things I Learned After Not Eating Meat For Two Weeks

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 5 meses

    Not eating meat is not the same as being vegetarian, it doesn’t help you to lose weight and is not equal to eating healthy

    TIJUANA.- This is the third time I try to be a vegetarian, and not for being hip or being part of the cool kids, and not just to care for animal life (which I respect). Truth be told, every time I stop eating meat I simply do it to see how long I can go without it. It’s a challenge and challenges can become interesting when you’re bored. First of all, this is a lifestyle that is intended...