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Farroukh's arrest

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2. Drink carefully:
The best thing to drink, hands down, is water, period. The second best is herbal tea. The worst? Alcohol, sodas, sports drinks, fruit juice, milky stuff, such as smoothies. So here's what you do, don't drink those worst things! Instead, make sure to drink plenty of water and plenty of herbal tea! Green tea is caffeinated and actually has more caffeine than coffee so choose that instead in the morning. Make sure to always keep yourself well hydrated, whether you do or don't exercise.

3. Small but more:
What that means is basically - smaller portions more often. Instead of 3 large meals a day, choose 5-6 smaller meals throughout the day. This will keep your metabolism up, which is good for those who are not exercising and for those who do exercise, it's even better! Not only that but eating more in smaller portions will keep you away from those horrible vending machines full of junk!

So you can now throw that whole calorie counting idea out the window when it comes to successful ways to lose weight because that is clearly not an effective one or even fun for that matter! Make wise health decisions and you won't have to work so hard to lose weight!

LONDON, Sept. 18 (Xinhua) -- The 21-year-old man arrested on Saturday by police investigating the terrorist attack at Parsons Green subway station in west London has been named as Yahyah Farroukh, local television report said early Monday.


Farroukh is listed as living at an address in Stanwell, Surrey, some 26 kilometers from central London, which was searched by police officers on Sunday, according to the report.


His first pictures were published by the British media since he was arrested at a Fried chicken shop in Hounslow on Saturday night.


Farroukh is believed to be from the Syrian capital of Damascus originally and has lived in Britain for at least four years.


He previously stayed at the Sunbury house of Ronald Jones, 88, and his wife, Penelope, 71, who have been fostering at least 268 children over the past four decades, including refugees from Eritrea, Iraq, Somalia and Syria, according to reports.


Farroukh's arrest came after a 18-year-old chief suspect was detained at Dover ferry port on Saturday morning after an explosion on a packed rush-hour carriage at Parsons Green subway station on Friday morning injured some 30 people.


Both men remain in custody under section 41 of the Terrorism Act 2000, which allows police to detain suspects without charge beyond the four days allowed for suspects connected to other crimes.


British Home Secretary Amber Rudd claimed the two arrests as "good progress" in the inquiry of the London tube blast.


The terrorist attack was caused by an improvised explosive device, which had a timer, but failed to fully detonate.


Rudd said that it appeared the bomber was not a lone wolf but added that it was "too early to reach any final conclusion on that."


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