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Make Cheap Carp Fishing Baits Using Robin Red Plus Cheaper Stimulatory Ingredients!

19th June 2009
Robin Red is a legendary additive whose components are not all fully known but certainly turn carp on! I have used extracts of and versions of this product over the decades for repeated big carp success and saved myself a fortune into the bargain by makin... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

Making Homemade Carp Baits Using Fish Meal Ingredients!

06th June 2009
Everyone knows just how effective fish meal baits are for catching literally thousands of big carp and being of fish, they supply the essential stimulatory nutrition that carp need - and can be used to make very economical baits too! But how can you make ... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

L-Arginine (Nitric Oxide) and L-Citrulline: Multiple Benefits

01st June 2009
The scientific community, and more specifically the cardiovascular scientific community, is getting really excited about the health benefits that are being discovered by those who are choosing the dietary supplements L-Arginine and L-Citrulline. Compared ... Read >
Author: Eric Glenn

6 Reasons Why You Should Have Small, Frequent Meals

17th April 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Stephen Smith Many people believe that having 5 or 6 small meals a day will make them put on weight but in actual fact it will help them lose weight! Most people eat three meals a day: breakfast, lunch and dinner. The problem with... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Lip Liners: The Best Lip Make-up

17th April 2009
Going through the cosmetic section of a local drug store and trying to decide choose immediately is the mosttrouble some way to get a new mood. Instead of just getting into the pharmacy and getting products that you will hate later, you could first decide... Read >
Author: Nisar Ali

Making Homemade Carp Baits Using Sausage Meat For Big fish!

16th April 2009
Sausage meat is now part of carp and cat fishing history having proven its worth as a very effective cheap bait ingredient for small and big fish (many thousands of times, and for decades.) But how do you make effective baits and ground baits using it? Le... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson

Neurotransmitter Testing: How Detecting Neurotransmitter Imbalance Can Help You to Feel Better, Fast

13th April 2009
Neurotransmitters, chemicals in our brains that work as messengers between brain cells, are responsible for most of what goes on in our bodies. They regulate our behavior, our emotions, our ability to learn, and the way we sleep. When these chemicals are ... Read >
Author: Valerie

A beginners guide to creatine

09th April 2009
The Beginners Guide To Creatine What is Creatine? Creatine is a compound that can be made in our bodies or taken as a dietary supplement. The chemical name for Creatine is methyl guanidine-acetic acid. That sure is a mouth full - which is why it is m... Read >
Author: The Abs Man

Giving Your Plants A Boost With Epsom Salts

28th March 2009
Use this old household remedy to give some plants a boost. Many gardeners are familiar with benefits of applying Epsom salts to tomatoes, peppers, and roses but if you are not then let me explain the benefits. The purpose is to improve magnesium conte... Read >
Author: Juliet Sadler

How to grow taller

17th March 2009
Do you want to growth tall? Don't be fooled by scams that claim that doing certain exercises can stretch your body and make you taller. Your shoes are also important in helping you grow tall. It's obvious that wearing shoes with heels or insoles will make... Read >
Author: Peter White

Why You Should Think Twice Before Using A Collagen Mask

12th March 2009
Looking for a collagen mask? Before you buy that or a collagen gel remedy, you might be interested to know that they don't work and they can cause prolonged redness. There are ingredients that do work to improve the skin's health and appearance. You might... Read >
Author: Kathleen P. Walsh

The Health Benefits of Eating Sprouts

10th March 2009
Sprouts retain vitamins and minerals, even after cooking. Where as grains, fenugreek, mung (mung bean, green bean, moong, green gram), ground nut will lose a substantial amount of their vitamin and minerals on boiling. Sprouts contain an amazing incre... Read >
Author: Nick Mutt

Foods to Avoid With Oral Herpes Cold Sores

10th March 2009
Foods to avoid with cold sores are high in arginine and have low amounts of lysine. These foods feed cold sore activity. In a couple minutes you will know the key foods that have a big effect on your cold sores - and a great cold sore treatment you can be... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Being A Vegetarians Might Lack Some Nutrients

05th March 2009
Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets have advantages. Vegetarian diets tend to be rich in antioxidants, certain vitamins, and healthy fats. Non-vegetarian diets, by contrast, tend to contain more protein, iron, zinc, calcium, and vitamin B-12. If ... Read >
Author: Jesus Smay

Designer Whey Protein Supplements: Are They Worth The Money?

26th February 2009
There are many protein supplements on the market today. There are so many different types of protein in fact that it can be hard to determine which is the best kind for your needs. Among all the different types of protein, you'll often find two main types... Read >
Author: Robert Bell
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