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Weight gain in Bangalore

31st March 2011
Being underweight for years, perhaps your whole life, has been a problem you've not been able to solve. You've been chasing weight gain in Bangalore and can't seem to achieve your goals. Dangerous methods It's a known fact that using diet pills can resu... Read >
Author: anita prakash

African Berry Changes the Way You Taste

27th April 2010
Synapsylum Dulcificium. Most have never heard of this rare African berry and those who have find the effects nothing short of extraordinary. Miracle fruit as it is commonly called is gaining traction in popular culture as it is simultaneously growing as a... Read >
Author: theoneinventor

Causes of Vitiligo & Leucoderma

27th April 2010
Vitiligo & Leucoderma are two different terms used for the same skin disease. But some causative difference is there in between vitiligo & Leucoderma. Basically Leucoderma is a Latin word which literally means 'white skin'. It is popularly known as white ... Read >
Author: pianoscomplete

Top Ten Cravings People Experience During Pregnancy

15th April 2010
Pregnancy changes the chemistry of your body in strange and miraculous ways. Since you're eating for two now, you might get hit with some rather odd food cravings that seem to come out of the blue. Here are the top ten foods which most women claim will he... Read >
Author: Dacy Reimer

Lose Belly Fat with Vegetarian Abs Diet

05th April 2008
If you going after the six pack abs that you have always dream of getting then the first thing you need to do is to know how to lose body fat. It is easy for men to get a nice ripped abs but most of the time this set of abdominal muscles is covered under ... Read >
Author: Ian Kuro

Truth Behind A Pregnant Woman's Food Craving and How to Control It

13th November 2005
Cravings are feelings desiring food combinations which women either do not normally eat or may even stomach under usual eating conditions. In a survey conducted recently, expectant mothers usually crave for "something sweet" like an ice cream (40%), most ... Read >
Author: Elysiana Canlas
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