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Kale a Natural and Healthy Weight Loss Food

By Salvatore Cesareo

Weight loss is among the top New Year's resolution. Every year more people try to change their diet in order to achieve a healthier body. Apart from losing weight, dieting not only restricts your calorie intake, but also develops your discipline when

Cure Your Cold with Organic Chicken Soup

By Nadia Hernandez

During the winter months, one cannot avoid getting the flu or cold virus. People, especially the old, use thick jackets and clothes to protect themselves from the bitter cold a winter season brings.

Escape Depression with Natural Remedies

By Luis Marquez

In this fast paced, stressful world, people of every age and gender are very susceptible to depression. At some point, people experience depressive moments which could arise following any circumstances.

Mixology Competitions

By Mixologist Patricia Richards

 It seems that every week there is a cocktail competition go on. Okay, maybe I’m exaggerating a little, but there are seriously a lot of cocktail/mixology competitions going on around the globe these days, as liquor companies see the value of them...

The Ultimate Tae Kwon Do Diet

By Isabetta Mazzei

The Korean martial art of Tae Kwon Do is unlike many other popular martial arts in that it relies more on speed and agility than strength. This also means that it requires a higher level of fitness to complete at this sport that is also one of the fe

How to Identify The Investment Opportunity in Food Trading

By Matteo Datini

Investments are quite tricky today; you need to have a good head on your shoulders to make money on investments. A degree in college is not enough; before putting your money in any kind of business, you need to know the rate of return, the length of

Ideas For Entertaining During Hanukkah

By Tommy Clark

Hanukkah is another great December holiday that makes an excellent reason for entertaining your favorite friends and family members.

Add A Little Feng Shui To Your Cooking To Spice Up Your Next Date

By Isabetta Mazzei

Planning to cook for your latest romantic interest? Think about spicing up your meal with a little Feng Shui that could have things moving to the bedroom faster than you think.

Mother’s Day Brunch – Treat Your Mothers to Something Special

By Salvatore Cesareo

Breakfast in bed may be a traditional way for treating mothers, but a special Mother’s Day brunch can be so much better. Mothers don’t always feel their freshest first thing in the morning, so why not let them get ready for the day first...

The Different Food and Religion Practices

By Faruk Tatlici

There are some religions that are incorporating some restrictions on their foods and drinks. This is because many religions have their own dietary practices and laws, according to their reference and beliefs.

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