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The Lifestyle Benefits of Owning an Outdoor Hot Tub

Whether it’s a TV show about property redevelopment, or ideas given in a specialist home magazine, you can gain inspiration for boosting your lifestyle through home improvements from a variety of sources. Owning a Hot Tub One of the most common suggestions that will be given will be to install a hot tub into your […]

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Move Over Wine and Food Pairings, Try Soda Pairings

The wine list at the Hong Kong restaurant Mirror has two white wines, three reds and four flavored sodas. What’s more, the executive chef, Jeremy Biasiol, suggests food pairings with each soda, just as he would with wine. Lavender, for instance, goes well with pork, cheese or chocolate; cucumber soda makes for a natural pairing with salad or salmon.

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Thai Crying Tiger Beef Salad

THANUNDORN “Tha” Imratanarak was already a competent cook when he arrived in Australia from Thailand five years ago. He had cooked for his family since he was a teenager and had developed interest in studying the cuisines of other cultures.

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Healthy Recipe: Chicken Fricassee in White Sauce with Peas & Carrots

Enjoy this healthy Italian dish: Chicken fricassee in white sauce with peas and carrots (serves 4)

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Guilt Free, Low Fat Chocolate Mousse Recipe

Surprisingly, it’s frequently not actually the chocolate in the dessert that is especially bad for you – it’s the other ingredients that pile on the fat. So, by eliminating butter, egg yolks and cream from the recipe, as well as reducing the amount of sugar, you can reduce the amount your calorie intake.

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Healthy Recipe: Tuna Pita Sandwich

Don’t settle for any old sandwich when you can get a tuna pita jam-packed with vitamins, like this one. A great way to satisfy the appetites of even the most active of athletes, or workaholics. Serves 4.

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Highlight the Green Credentials of Your Property When Selling

Green-living should be encouraged at all times, but it certainly doesn’t hurt to up the ante when putting your property on the market for sale. Anyone that thinks that there house will sell simply because “it’s green” will be disappointed, but greenness is a valuable attribute that when integrated with other positive facets will be very usefuland may tip the balance when selling.

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GOOD CAUSE: Pepsi Refresh Project

A friend in the USA recently brought my attention to the Pepsi Refresh Project, and the fantastic social cause that she is involved with in Detroit. The Pepsi Refresh Project is looking for people, businesses, and non-profits with ideas that will have a positive impact in local communities, and offers grants from $5000 USD up to $250,000 USD.

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GOOD CAUSE: Embrace FIFA World Cup Fever & Take Part in Football Freestyling

It’s all about moving, keeping fit and maintaining a healthy lifestyle to prevent disorders and disease, such as cancer and diabetes, with the chance to win some fantastic prizes. Football Freestyling is your chance to be part of the excitement and energy of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, while doing your bit to support the world-class medical research that is undertaken by Sydney’s Westmead Medical Research Foundation.

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Health and Fitness: Nine Below, Low GI and Low Calorie Wine

Christine Watson of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes writes: Nine Below is a new wine created purely by consumer need.  Recognising the need for a low GI, low calorie wine, Dr Bruce Kambouris a nutritionist created Nine Below.  With a PhD in Medical Sciences, Dr Kambouris conducted research into fat metabolism and nutrition and studied with Dr Peter Clifton, the co-author of the CSIRO Total Wellbeing Diet.

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