1. Paris Truck Co Spot

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    • Noah Cahan Solo

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      SONG USED FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY

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      • NPC Cinema Verite

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        Janette explains why her husband, Tim, is packing Smarties for his workout. They are both NPC competitors.

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        • Arbor Skateboards :: Towel Goes Fast

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          Don’t let the good demeanor fool you – Tyler Howell will chase you down and leave you in the dust on any road or racecourse. He hones in his skill at speed on scary roads like this where he’s at home in Southern California. Rider: Tyler Howell - http://arborcollective.com/skateboards/riders/tyler-howell/ Film/Edit: Thomas Flinchbaugh Song – “Immigraniada” by Gogol Bordello For more info on Arbor Skateboards go to: http://arborcollective.com/skateboards/ http://facebook.com/ArborSkateboards http://instagram.com/arborskateboards

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          • Arbor Skateboards :: Sucrose Initiative ~ Norman Plante

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            Norman Plante carries one of the most recognizable styles with him everywhere he goes, whether it’s the East Coast or the West Coast, and we filmed this with Norm before he headed back home to hibernate for the rest of winter. Norm knows that our Sucrose Formula in the 69mm Vice and 71mm Summit won’t let him down whether it’s at 50mph or 25mph, on perfect pavement or on chunder. The Sucrose Initiative was developed to bring rider-based design and quality material driven performance together to deliver a product that is friendly to the earth and your wallet. Film/Edit: Alex Ameen Check out the full line here: http://arborcollective.com/skateboards/products/wheels/ Other Episodes: Sam Hay: https://vimeo.com/109724593 Daniel Macdonald: https://vimeo.com/108521493 To Learn more about Arbor Skateboards visit: http://arborcollective.com/skateboards/ https://instagram.com/arborskateboards/ https://www.facebook.com/ArborSkateboards

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            • Hidden Sugar Bombs

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              So you’re feeling pretty good about the cereal you picked out? Gavin Perko was. “When I see all natural or low fat, I would assume that they would be healthier for you,” says Perko. Actually when you break them down, some of the more popular cereal items aren’t what they seem. Fact is they’re swimming in sugar. “The food manufacturers have added the equivalent of 4 teaspoons of sugar,” Lee Memorial Health System dietitian Jeanne Struve demonstrates. “Most people would never sit there and add 4 teaspoons of sugar in this small amount of cereal.” Current guidelines suggest no more than 6 teaspoons of sugar a day for women, 9 for men. “So better to buy the plain and put the sugar bowl on the table and let them add a little bit,” says Struve. Cereal is just one food item that may disguise a hidden ‘sugar bomb’ - difficult for even the label conscious to read. While manufacturers are required to list ingredients, it’s common practice to break sugar up under different names. “They put it in in different names so that they can stagger it throughout the ingredients so it doesn’t show up as the number one ingredient even though if you added them all together it would be the number one ingredient in the product.” Look for high fructose corn syrup, corn sugar, brown sugar dextrose and sucrose. In products including granola bars, pasta sauce, fruit yogurt and dried fruit. “Turn it over and really read and see what you’re getting,” Struve says. An extra step - but a wise move. “It would surprise me that they would have misleading things on the back or the front to get consumers to buy, not necessarily a healthier product for you,” says Perko. It pays to be a smart-shopper if you don’t want sugar bombs to blow up your diet View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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              • Food Labels-Reading Between the Lines

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                Fresh out of college Gavin Perko is ready to graduate to a better diet. “Just to eat healthier, instead of eating fast food all the time. Grocery shopping now that I’m older,” says Perko. He pays more attention to packages; picking items like popcorn chips over salty snack counterparts. Like many of us, Gavin is swayed by health claims. “All the naturals, the organic, fat-free, low sugar. Those things kind of catch my eye,” says Perko. “People have a tendency to read the front of the package, which is all marketing, and forget to turn over and actually look at what’s mandated by the Food & Drug Administration, which is the nutrition facts label,” says Jeanne Struve. She is a registered dietitian with Lee Memorial Health System, who is wise to the work that goes into labeling. “Trying to figure out what makes a consumer buy something. When you can tag it ‘no cholesterol’ or ‘no fat’ or ‘no sugar’ those are things that people go ‘oh well, it must be healthy,’” says Struve. They are called health buzz words and studies show they work. People purchase on the perception of wholesome qualities. It boils down to buyer beware. To increase your food smarts, we have tips to help you read between the lines. A common practice is to hide sugars on the nutrition label, by breaking it into several ingredients. “Look for the high fructose corn syrup or the dextrose or the sucrose. They can call it syrup; they can call it brown sugar. What the food manufacturers will do, is put in so much sugar, but they put it in in different names so that they can stagger it throughout the ingredients so it doesn’t show up as the number one ingredient.” Manufacturers may count on confusing shoppers who aren’t prepared to do math in the grocery isle. “Every 4 grams of sugar equals 1 tsp. of sugar,” Struve demonstrates with a bowl of cereal. “So for example, this product has 17 grams of sugar that would be the equivalent of 4 tsps.” Lastly, don’t be fooled by the color of your bread. “Manufacturers a lot of times just add some caramel coloring, make it brown, and people assume that it’s a whole grain. Look for the number: 100% whole wheat, 100% whole grain. Tasty tidbits to increase your food IQ. “When I see all natural or low fat, i would assume that they would be healthier for you,” says Perko. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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                • Glucose Sucrose timelapse

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                  Here, there is 1M Glucose on the left and 1M sucrose on the right, separated by a membrane that only allows water to pass through it. This is the video that proves all the textbooks get the mechanism of osmosis wrong.

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                  • Reactions of sulphuric acid

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                    Reaction of sulphuric acid with sugar (sucrose)

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                    • Sweeeeet! Science! The Chemistry of Candy (by Nick Myllenbeck)

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                      Sweeeeet! Science! The Chemistry of Candy (by Nick Myllenbeck) - 11.30.2011 Summary: For milennia, one “spice” has stood tall against the rest, and rightly so. Without sugar, there’d be no candy, which means no Halloween, practically no Valentine’s Day, and thousands fewer good reasons to be obese or diabetic. It’s true, candy has imposed its will upon the weathered fabric of society and taken hold. Issues examined will include the awesome things that candy can do, mechanisms for killing someone with sweetness and how to mitigate chocolate-induced guilt. Presenter bio: Nick Myllenbeck is a chemistry graduate student at UW and candy enthusiast (he says the sour ones are his type!) Nick enjoys thinking about chemistry that will solve the world’s problems and how Madison should be in California. http://madison.nerdnite.com

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