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2019年1月31日 星期四

Your Daily Horoscope -- February 1, 2019

Born today, you always maintain a very realistic outlook, and you are also quite honest about your own limitations. You never regret passing up an opp
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Today's Birthday Horoscope:
February 01, 2019
Born today, you always maintain a very realistic outlook, and you are also quite honest about your own limitations. You never regret passing up an opportunity if you feel it is not for you. You do not believe in disappointment; you rarely if ever wish things were different from the way they are, nor are you the kind to wish ill of anyone else. You are open and honest, and you are widely respected for being so. You will never lie merely to make yourself look better or to keep yourself out of trouble.
    
You may go through one or two phases in your life in which you want to shake things up and change as much as possible. Personal change may not always be possible, but you are never afraid of making changes on the job front, and you are keenly interested in many possible career tracks.
    


Health Tip from Everyday Health
Score Major Points on Game Day With These 5 Meatless Dishes
    

Hosting a football party this season? While wings, burgers, and loaded potato skins tend to be the MVPs of the snack table, these vegetarian-friendly dishes are sure to please the crowd -- meat lovers included.

Check out these delicious game-day eats.

Also Born Today
Also born on this date are: Lisa Marie Presley, singer; Brandon Lee, actor; Clark Gable, actor; Rick James, singer; Pauly Shore, comedian; Sherman Hemsley, actor; Langston Hughes, writer; Princess Stephanie of Monaco; Don Everly, singer; Garrett Morris, actor and comedian; Boris Yeltsin, Russian president; John Ford, director.
Aries
March 21 - April 19

The stakes are high today, but you won't be the first one to flinch, surely. You can see things through if all was as it should be.

Taurus
April 20 - May 20

You can control all aspects of a certain project today, but you must wield your individual power in a way that inspires those around you.

Gemini
May 21 - June 21

You can answer someone else's unexpected aggression in a way that renders useless most of the weapons he or she has collected to date.

Cancer
June 22 - July 22

You can match someone else's tactics point for point today, but the result may not be what you had hoped. Things likely get bogged down.

Leo
July 23 - Aug 22

Someone who has always been on your side may express certain doubts today. You'll find yourself in need of a new kind of support, perhaps.

Virgo
Aug 23 - Sept 22

You are confident and capable, but the same old strategies and tactics aren't likely to give you what you want today. Try something new!

Libra
Sept 23 - Oct 22

You may be in your element today after a change that no one could anticipate or forestall. It's up to you to make good things happen.

Scorpio
Oct 23 - Nov 21

What you are asking for may not be possible yet. This doesn't mean you should give up on the idea altogether; it's not your turn just now.

Sagittarius
Nov 22 - Dec 21

Things aren't likely to pan out today if you remain stationary; you must be mobile and by all means adaptable.

Capricorn
Dec 22 - Jan 19

You can give someone precisely what he or she is asking for -- but it may take some time. You mustn't make any hasty moves right now.

Aquarius
Jan 20 - Feb 18

Your best bet today is to lead by example. What you do can be imitated by others, and the overall effect can be just what you had hoped.

Pisces
Feb 19 - March 20

You must not risk severing a key lifeline today; keep communication open, and you'll have the information you most need right when you need it.



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Touchdown! You'll Love These Game Day Recipes

"Sometimes there's going to be a day when you eat foods that are luxurious and wonderful and you enjoy them, and that should fit with any eating plan."— Kristin S. Vickers, Ph.D., L.P.
Game Day Dish
Spicy beef kebabs
Watching the big football game this weekend? Score a touchdown with friends and family on Sunday with these spicy beef kebabs. Bulgur wheat, pine nuts and plenty of spices are the secret to this winning recipe — and the tangy sauce adds a zesty kick. If you're serving a larger crowd, try rolling the ground beef mixture into smaller meatball shapes. They will be gobbled up before halftime!
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Boston baked beans
Need to prepare a tasty dish for the big game this weekend? Try a healthier twist on an old favorite with this Boston baked beans recipe. It contains half the sugar but plenty of flavor!

Make this classic dish »
Today's Healthy-Eating Tip
Eat more fiber for weight loss
High-fiber foods tend to be more satisfying, have fewer calories per volume and generally take longer to chew, which gives your body time to register when you're full. Choose whole grains and whole-grain products; fruits and vegetables; and beans, peas and other legumes.



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