1. Vitalic - Stamina "KILL THE CALORIES!"

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    Winner 'Best Video' -- SXSW 2013 Welcome to "Kill Those Calories!" NSFW ...and thanks to every talented person that worked on this project! Like it? Tweet it: http://clicktotweet.com/M8EPm Directed by: Saman Kesh https://twitter.com/ghibli303 Written by: Saman Kesh & Nate Eggert Detective: Chris Black Workout Guy: John Ennis Cinematographer: Isaac Bauman Editor: Saman Keshavarz Producer: Sarah Park Visual FX & Graphics: Matt Chiang, Sean Chang Additional Graphics: Cosimo Galluzzi Art Director: Morgan Gillio Wardrobe: Megan Thompson Special FX / Makeup: George Troester Assistant Director: Kyle Shea Additional Editing: Terry Huynh Executive Producer: Laura Tunstall Colorist: Kurt Nishimura 1st AC: Corbett Jones Gaffer: Megan Richardson Key Grip: Dyron Pacheco Steadicam: Aaron Smith 2nd AC: Evan Scott PA (you guys rock!): Ted Marsden, Zach Kornfeld Commissioner: John Moule Production Company: Pulse Films 8-Bit Chiptune by: rap2h Special Thanks: Caviar Content, Art Center College of Design, Jonathan Benner, Joey Ross, Sam Sascha Keshavarz, David Lewandowski, Ryan Reichenfeld, Keith Schofield, Bobby Styles, Luke Stapleton, Lanette Phillips and those cops that popped us but let us go :)

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    • Weight Motivation for weight loss motivation

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      http://www.donnaandtora.com Weight motivation is something we are all looking for, so how do you commit to losing weight and sticking to it, Donna explains how committing to weight control will give you the kick start to weight motivation. Here’s Weight Motivation, to get started right away so we can be your motivator go to http://www.donnaandtora.com http://youtu.be/Wdiz4I5umI8

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      • CA4Health/Madera County Healthy Beverages at Head Start Centers

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        CA4Health, the statewide Community Transformation Grant at Oakland-based Public Health Institute covering rural and small California counties, has released a new video capturing the success of its partner Madera County in working with Head Start Centers across 4 Central Valley counties who adopted strong new healthy beverage standards. More than 44% of children in Madera County are obese or overweight. The new standards went into effect on September 1st and will have 1500 children through age 5 drinking water and unflavored milk (and breast milk for those up to 12 months) instead of soda, sports drinks, juice and juice drinks, and chocolate or other flavored milk. Children 4-5 will be allowed 100% juice twice a month. The Madera County Public Health Department led the effort in collaboration with the Community Action Partnership of Madera County, who operate Head Start Centers in Madera, Fresno, Merced and Mariposa Counties. California Project Lean, who provide technical assistance and leadership to all CA4Health counties on efforts to reduce consumption of sugary drinks, helped guide development of the strong new standards. The video was produced by Youth Speak Media Solutions, an organization based in the northeast San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles that pairs youth with working professionals in the visual and production arts to give them hands-on experience and career skills. For more information about CA4 and its work in rural and small communities across California, please contact Program Director Robert Berger at robert.berger@phi.org

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        • Honey, We're Killing the Kids!

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          Family health makeover show I made for the Beeb, I did a couple of these programmes that have become famous for the "transformation sequence". Self shot over 4 weeks.

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          • Diet, Disease, and Dollars - Robert Lustig, M.D. - Life Sciences Forum - MIT Club of Northern California

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            Two thirds of the US adult population and one third of the pediatric population is overweight or obese. The rates of diabetes, hypertension and heart disease parallel our societies increasing girth. These "adult" diseases are now commonly seen in our overweight and obese children. What does this mean for the future health and longevity of our children? What ultimate price will our nation pay with this trend? What are some of the factors contributing to this trend? Could WHAT we eat affect HOW much we eat? Who's really in charge of our food supply? Dr. Robert Lustig will share some of his research findings and challenge some traditional thoughts on the causes of obesity. Join us to learn why obesity may not be all about lack of will power but related to the condition of our food supply and what it will take in Washington to prevent a health crisis. Walk away with an entirely different set of tips, tricks, best practices, and attitudes. Speaker Biography: Robert H. Lustig, M.D. is Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, in the Division of Endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Lustig is a neuro-endocrinologist, with basic and clinical training relative to hypothalamic development, anatomy, and function. Dr. Lustig’s research focuses on the regulation of energy balance by the central nervous system. He is currently investigating the contribution of nutritional, neural,hormonal, and genetic influences in the expression of the current obesity epidemic both in children and adults. Dr. Lustig graduated from MIT in 1976,and received his M.D. from Cornell University Medical College in 1980. He is the author of many articles, chapters, and reviews on childhood obesity, including the recent volume “Obesity before birth”.

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            • Cure Heart Disease, McDougall Diet, Don Carrier

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              Don describes how he had a heart attack, which was followed by recommendations for heart surgery (bypass). He lost 60 pounds, lowered his blood pressure and cholesterol, cured his heart disease, and regained his lost health by a simple change to the McDougall Diet. Visit http://www.drmcdougall.com

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              • Rodney Rig Demo - Nathan Chisholm - 2011 - HD

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                (HD version) Note: this version may not be the final version, some animation may be added to show rig in action. =-=-=-=--==-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-===-=-=-==-= Pig named Rodney; Rigged in Autodesk Maya 2011 by Nathan Chisholm; Primarily a facial cartoony rig. Pig model by Brent Kingi. Using primarily joint based facials with some blendshape shapes and a number of corrective shapes. Made to operate without using any expressions for connections, as utility nodes are reputably faster.

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                • Prescott

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                  • Beyond Baby Fat Trailer

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                    • fitness

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                      from Maximushun / Added

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                      You may also want beautiful, healthy, and happy to be? So here's your chance: diet & weight loss. Click on the link below: http://tinyurl.com/qgcvhjb

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