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West Coast Trail-Chez Monique

23rd November 2010
The West Coast Trail has many great places to stop and enjoy. Chez Monique unites east with west, right on the beach along the trail. This is a unique stop, offering some of the most missed things on this mult-day hiking adventure. The 77 km of rugged we... Read >
Author: coastalbliss

The Body Defender: The Healing Properties of Chocolate

26th March 2010
Believe it or not, chocolate is very good for your overall heath! After years of being put down, science has finally come around to give chocolate the respect it deserves. Chocolate has been known to contain over 300 chemicals, and has been the subject... Read >
Author: Geraldo Bowers

How To Make All The Different Kinds Of Coffee

24th February 2010
Ok, so you like to down to your favourite coffee house and order coffees, cappuccinos, café mochas, lattes and espressos. It isn't the fancy coffee cups that make this beverage taste so great. It's the recipe of the coffee and of course the way it lo... Read >
Author: Garret Wong

The Fairtrade Kit Kat: More than just a Nestle marketing strategy?

16th February 2010
For chocolate lovers with a taste for fairtrade 2009 has certainly been an exciting year. The food industry is awash with rumours that confectionary giant Nestle are in talks with The Fairtrade Foundation in order to make the Kit Kat certified fairtrade. ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Understading How Gevalia T-Discs Work

15th February 2010
The Tassimo Disc (T-DISC) is designed to work exclusively with Tassimo beverage makers. Each Gevalia Coffee T-DISC contains a perfectly measured amount of coffee, tea, chocolate or milk, tightly sealed to protect the flavors and freshness. Each Gevalia T-... Read >
Author: Alexander Malroy

Cocoa Tea - Yes! You Heard Right!

05th November 2009
What is it? Is it tea? Hot chocolate? A mixture of both? Tea is made from leaves and this is not. Cocoa tea originated in St. Lucia in the Caribbean. It is not a tea however, since it contains a bay leaf and cinnamon stick it looks very similar to tea... Read >
Author: Garland Drake

Short Course: Learning the art of chocolate making!

07th October 2009
The fact that chocolate was first used as a drink, rather than a delicious treat, may come a bit of a surprise, but just think how wonderful it feels to drink a cup of hot chocolate on a cold winter night and you will understand. That tasty brown liquid n... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Diet for Rosacea -- Do you know the foods to eat for rosacea?

07th October 2009
Diet for Rosacea -- Do you know the foods to eat for rosacea? If you suffer from rosacea like me, you probably wonder about the best foods to eat for rosacea. Rosacea results from an overly acidic body and skin, which can be caused by a number of factor... Read >
Author: Betty Wolfe

What you can say to her

16th September 2009
When you have a girlfriend you want to make her happy. Many times all you have to do is say nice things to her to make her feel this way. The problem is that if you are new at having a girlfriend you may not know just what to say. You open your mouth a... Read >
Author: Delta Fi

Foods That Cause And Worsen Acne.

19th August 2009
Acne is one of the most sensitive conditions anyone could really have; the smallest things can result in sudden outbreaks and bulges of red and yellow. So, to keep you one step ahead in the game against acne that so many people are truly fighting blind, h... Read >
Author: SeanDavies

Is Grapefruit Bad for Gout or Can I Eat It?

01st December 2008
After you have been diagnosed with gout your life is going to go under some serious changes. You will be put on a strict diet that you absolutely must adhere to. The only odd thing about the diet is it is not quite as clear as you might want it to be. ... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Finding the perfect maternity evening dress

03rd September 2006
As the high street fashion shops start displaying their autumn/winter season stock, our thoughts inevitably (although perhaps unwillingly!) start thinking about all the forthcoming Christmas and New Year parties that are approaching. The usual anxieties h... Read >
Author: Natalie Gladman

Discussing Your Strengths and Weaknesses With An Employer

12th February 2006
In the last installment of the description of the TODAY Acronym to prepare for job interviews, we'll focus on the last letter—Y which stands for Your Strengths and Weaknesses. The previous letters were: T-Teamwork; O-Overcoming Obstacles; D-Duties o... Read >
Author: Melanie Szlucha

Ten Tips For Winter Wellness

04th January 2006
1. Go for a walk even when the weather is really cold – your body has to work overtime to get warm and you may burn up to 50% more calories than you would on the same walk in summer! But remember, go a little slower until you get warm and keep up the hydr... Read >
Author: Kim Beardsmore
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