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1. Mooli - What is it? Mooli and its Health Benefits
A Mooli is the Korean word for a type of giant root vegetable from the Radish family.
It is sometimes called the Daikon radish and is from East Asia.
The Mooli is more formally known as Raphanus sativus.
The Mooli is white in colour, it is milder than other Radishes and looks like a giant carr...
2. Zumba Gold For The Young At Heart
Healthy Living - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 08:20:45
Zumba Gold is a brand new aerobic dance fitness routine designed specifically for older people and adult participants with physical limitations due to a disability, their size or age.
Discover for yourself how Zumba is the effective and fun way to get fitter and start a more active life.
3. Falling Into A River - HELP!
Healthy Living - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 00:53:41
Rivers and bodies of water can be so unpredictable. Water levels can rise dramatically and fast. There may be many reasons for this, heavy rain fall or melting snow, water from fields and mountains, these can all contribute to a rapid rise in water levels up or down stream. The power of a fast-fl...
4. How To Have Four Birthdays In A Year and 20 Other Crazy Things
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:12:40
Have you ever wondered what an Ectomorph is? Or how to vanquish a vampire?
Here are my favorite 21 utterly useless crazy How To's to amuse you!
Most are possible, some are ermm a little strange and some are downright Crazy!!!
5. Zumba Gold For Senior Citizens
Entertainment & Media - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 04:43:35
Many may have a misconception that Zumba is only for young, fit participants. Far from it!
If you find yourself longing to join in the fun and are wondering what all the fuss is about, yet you find the whole Zumba concept too energetic and intense. Then Zumba Gold is for you.
Zumba Gold makes Zu...
6. Zumba Benefits and History
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:12:40
Zumba is a Latin inspired dance and fitness program created by Alberto "Beto" Perez in Cali, Colombia in the 1990's.
He stumbled upon the concept by accident after arriving for a aerobics class one day without his music!
He grabbed whatever music he had from his backpack which comprised of his fa...
7. Home-Made Sweets
Entertainment & Media - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:14:46
Making sweets at home provides a great deal of pleasure. Sweet making can become a real hobby. It is an ideal way to save money on presents without looking as though you are! With practice your homemade sweets can look very professional and provide something special for friends and family.
8. How To Play The Knicky-Knackers and 20 Other Wacky Things
Food & Cooking - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:11:52
Ever wondered how to Escape from Quicksand? Or How to Peel an Onion without Crying?
I have really enjoyed collecting the things i am about to share with you.
I have laughed and been appalled, been excited and disbelieved (if that even is a word!).
Obviously i haven't tried all the things....its...
9. Healthier Living and Lifestyle
Entertainment & Media - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 04:42:36
In your quest to Live a Healthier Lifestyle i bet at times you have felt you have done everything. You have eaten sensibly, kept a good diet, done enough exercise and meditated daily, and now you are tired and find it impossible to carry on. What are the reasons for the sudden lack of energy?
10. Childrens Fishing Essentials
Healthy Living - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:14:46
Need a new family activity? Want to get the kids away from the television?
What could be better than a lazy spring afternoon with the family on the riverbank or at the beach...
Fishing is no longer just a mans sport and i have learnt from experience that my children are actually quite good at it!...
11. Cupcakes ~ Great Ideas to Make at Home
Sports & Recreation - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 20:11:19
Although the exact origin of the Cupcake is unknown, it was first mentioned in a recipe excerpt from American Cookery by Amelia Simms ~ "a cake to be baked in small cups".
In the early days, before cupcake/muffin tins were available, they would have been cooked in pottery cups or small ramekins.
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 08:23:50
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