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How to buy an indoor grill

02nd November 2012
Summer may be over, but that doesnít mean you have to give up the joy of grilling or that you have to limit it to those rare days when itís not raining or freezing. There are many high-quality indoor grills that will allow you to grill your chicken, burg... Read >
Author: LReaves

Using Food Dehydrators to Save Money and Preserve Food

03rd August 2012
With a sluggish economy and more and more people trying to live a healthier lifestyle, home gardeners are producing a bounty of fresh produce. But you can only give away so much zucchini and so many tomatoes. What do you do with the rest? Freezing and... Read >
Author: Lawrence Reaves

Key Tips for healthy diet

03rd August 2012
Maintaining healthy eating habits isnít as confusing as many people imagine. The first principle of a healthy diet. is simply to eat a wide variety of foods. This is important because different foods make different nutritional contributions. A healthy di... Read >
Author: loose weight

Think About Vitamin K For Under Eyes Circles

11th July 2012
If you are someone who suffers from dark under eyes circles as well as fine lines and wrinkles eye area problems, you should think about using Vitamin K to help you solve your skin issues. Vitamin K is a very beneficial vitamin that is fat soluble and is ... Read >
Author: faridmostamand

The Honeybees and Their Secretes: What is Honey?

02nd May 2012
Have you ever asked yourself what is honey? If you have, then you should know that honey is often used as an alternative sweetener and flavoring for different foods and beverages in a lot of households all over the world. It is composed of varying prop... Read >
Author: ovidiucb

Natural Remedies for Kidney Stones

18th October 2011
Kidney stones are a notoriously painful condition that become a chronic health problem for some people. Fortunately, there are effective natural remedies that can provide a quick fix and prevent recurrences. Kidney stones are deposits of minerals and a... Read >
Author: Elizabeth

Salmonella and Campylobacter in the Maldives

26th May 2011
Campylobacter and Salmonella food poisoning outbreaks have been reported in the Maldives by holidaymakers returning to the UK. Typical symptoms of Campylobacter include severe diarrhoea, often with blood, severe stomach cramps and vomiting and the illn... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Holiday food poisoning risks abroad

23rd May 2011
Holiday food poisoning risks abroad have increased since the introduction of all inclusive holiday hotels in Turkey, Egypt, The Dominican Republic, Spain, Tunisia, The Maldives, Morocco, Cuba and Mexico. Hundreds of cases of holiday food poisoning have... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Compensation claim for food poisoning in Cuba

23rd March 2011
Did you know you can make a compensation claim in the UK for food poisoning in Cuba providing the illness was caused by the negligence of the tour operator? Hundreds of cases of food poisoning and holiday illness have been reported by holidaymakers ret... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Is There A Link Between Fish Oil and Gout?

06th January 2011
ďOh my aching big toe", seems to be the battle cry these days for many of those who have added that extra serving of sardines, lakes trout, and herring to their diets in order to achieve better cardiovascular health. In fact, in a recent published study c... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Being Vegetarian

10th June 2010
Have you been thinking about becoming a vegetarian? This is an important decision and one that should not be made lightly. This article will list the advantages and disadvantages of being a vegetarian to help you make an informed decision. Disadvantage... Read >
Author: Suzie Morrison

Hormones, Metabolism, and Body Type Diet

27th May 2010
Our bodies are not all the same. There are 4 different body shapes. Each of us will fall into one or the other. Your body type is the result of your metabolism and the hormones that control it and we can recognize our own unique body type based on its sha... Read >
Author: Richard Borgstrom

Chinese Food Combining: Do's and Don'ts

10th May 2010
Synergy has served us well historically: John + Paul = Beatles, gin + vermouth = martini. Beyond human and chemical synergism, however, the Chinese have long known that the effects of different foods eaten together can be greater than the sum of their ing... Read >
Author: China Expat

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

Foods To Eat When Pregnant During The First Trimester

17th March 2010
Congratulations! Now that you have found out that you are pregnant or if you're at the early stages of your pregnancy, you need to become aware of the different foods to eat when pregnant to ensure that your baby will develop correctly inside your womb. S... Read >
Author: Roger Noonan
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