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Automatic Espresso Coffee Makers: The Differences Between Semi, Fully and Super Automatic

05th May 2011
Automatic espresso makers are more expensive than many other coffee makers. They are prestigious as well as good makers. They're available in semi-automatic, fully-automatic and super automatic machines. The distinction between semi, fully and super autom... Read >
Author: NS Kennedy

Keeping Water Fountains Clear And Free Of Bacteria

31st March 2011
While water fountains remain one of the most popular types of interior and exterior design accessories, many people who love the natural elegance, soothing sounds, and health benefits of running water are concerned or uncertain about the care and maintena... Read >
Author: Polly Godwin

Soak your beans? Why and how

04th January 2011
On their face, legumes appear to be rich in minerals. However, you are absorbing only about half of the mineral content of your legumes that you could be if you are no soaking them. If beans make up a large part of your diet, there is a real easy way to i... Read >
Author: Alexander V Martin

Betta Fish : Ten Mistakes in Betta Fish Care

13th December 2010
Ten Mistakes in Betta Fish Care Almost everyone knows what Betta fish, also known as Siamese fighting fish, look like. Betta fish care is not hard, once you learn to avoid some things which could adversely affect your little finned friend's health and ... Read >
Author: Teddy Irawan

How to Grow Grape Vines: The Right Soil for Optimal Growth

06th December 2010
Grapes are one of the most adaptable plants. They can be grown practically anywhere in the world, and can thrive in the most extreme weather conditions. But if there's one thing a grape grower needs in order to succeed in grape growing, then it's the righ... Read >
Author: Noah Stanton

Property Evaluation: Eldora Gold Resources Canada

01st November 2010
Frankfurt Listing. Eldora Gold Resources Canada has applied for a listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange – Open Market.The company expects to have achieved its full listing status during the 4th Quarter of 2010. Please direct all Investor Inquiries... Read >
Author: eldora

Tear Stains and White Dogs

29th October 2010
It is an unfortunate fact that many white or light colored dogs have under-eye discoloration called "tear stains."This discoloration is unsightly and can make the dog appear to look dirty, ungroomed, or even sickly; despite the grooming effort you make to... Read >
Author: OliviaJohnston

The mineral inhibitor phytic acid: Reduce it in your food

01st October 2010
Grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds contain a mineral inhibitor known as phytic acid which binds to the minerals in your food and keeps your body from benefiting from the mineral-rich nature of those foods. When you notice the packaging on your food item wit... Read >
Author: Alexander V Martin

Can Residential Water Filters Remove Metal Taste from Water?

26th August 2010
There might be a number of explanations for the water tasting metallic. The great thing is top quality home water filters and in-home water purification units can easily solve a great number of issues.The first thing to do if the h2o tastes like metal is ... Read >
Author: Gerard Sawyer

Birch ash - Cleansing the body from the inside

30th July 2010
The birch can be varied on the body , positive effects unfold . Hildegard von Bingen already knew how to use parts of the birch for ulcers and for better wound healing. Birch tar has demonstrated a positive effect on the uric acid levels in the blood o... Read >
Author: Helmut

Five Benefits of Dead Sea Mud

07th April 2010
The 'Dead Sea' is a salty closed sea in the south of the Jordan Valley which divides the lands of Jordan and Israel. This is the lowest spot on earth (398 metres below sea level) and also the world's saltiest water with saline levels in the range of 28% t... Read >
Author: Brian King

The Structure of Equine Teeth & The Mastication Cycle

22nd March 2010
Structure of equine teeth ENAMEL -Enamel is the hardest and most dense substance in the body. -It has a very high (96 - 98 %) mineral content making it almost translucent. -Due to the absence of cellular inclusions (unlike dentine or cement) enamel ca... Read >
Author: Tammy Patterson

What kinds of Food for Constipation are best

19th February 2010
Eat this. No don't eat that. Don't even touch that! It's the kind of advice we keep getting daily. "If you eat excess fatty substances, you sure wont be able to poop". From the media to even our friends and loved ones, all we get is advice on what to eat ... Read >
Author: Madonna

Sea Salt For Beauty And Slimming

29th November 2008
Sea salt, although is widely used in cosmetic, gourmet and as bath salts, you would probably be amazed that sea salt has also found its way into beauty products. Actually, it's not surprising if it does. Sea salt, unlike table salt which we normally... Read >
Author: C. Guan Soo

Better Health Through Reverse Osmosis? 5 Reasons To Filter Instead

09th July 2008
Can your family achieve better health through reverse osmosis treatment of your tap water? The companies that sell home reverse osmosis systems seem to think so. But there are so many disadvantages, and unless you have a specific problem with your wate... Read >
Author: Sherri Stockman
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