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1. What are texting symbols, abbreviations and acronyms?
What are texting symbols, abbreviations and acronyms?
Pretty much everyone you know has a cell phone these days, from your kid brother to your gran, from the postman to the guy on the street selling the big issue. It seems as though people rely on this piece of technology as much as they rely on their lungs functioning properly. One fundamental feat...
Computers & Electronics - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 18:51:58
2. Ever wondered about the negative calorie food myth?
Perhaps you have heard the phrase 'negative calorie food' before, or perhaps this is the first time that you have laid eyes on it. For anybody who is interested in tailoring their diet to lose weight, I would bet my bottom dollar that you fit into the former category there. Negative calorie foods...
healthy-living - Fri, 31 Aug 2012 12:26:05
3. Foods that have potassium in them
Potassium is one of three essential minerals that your body must have in order for it to perform many tasks that you probably take for granted. These three minerals are called 'essential' because that is exactly what they are, mandatory to your good health. You have a certain amount of them in yo...
healthy-living - Thu, 19 Jul 2012 00:54:03
4. Is ketchup bad for you?
Tomato ketchup is arguably the most popular condiment in the entire world. There are thousands of brands, selling millions of bottles every day, as well as the fact that it is provided for free in almost every single fast food outlet and restaurant in the world. When you think about it, that is a...
healthy-living - Wed, 18 Jul 2012 23:43:13
5. What are the benefits of eating carrots?
Carrots are a favorite vegetable for millions of people, with their bright orange color and their crunchy, mouthwatering texture, but what are the benefits of eating carrots? As a natural food that is plucked from the earth, there really are a wealth of nutritional benefits that you can obtain fr...
healthy-living - Wed, 11 Jul 2012 00:57:31
6. 3 cherry health benefits
Cherries are an incredibly tasty fruit that can be found in a wide range of dishes, both sweet and savory. From cherry pie and cherry juice, to the cherry sauce that is associated with cooked duck, there really are a great many ways that this beautiful red berry can be prepared and served. Like a...
healthy-living - Fri, 06 Jul 2012 21:51:26
7. How to increase your metabolism - 3 definitive factors
One of the most common culprits, or perhaps the correct word is scapegoats, when it comes to weight gain is the metabolism. People that put on weight easily tend to blame this on a naturally slow metabolism, and often don't take into consideration that in fact the problem lies with their lifestyl...
healthy-living - Fri, 06 Jul 2012 19:56:05
8. 3 foods that speed up your metabolism
A slow metabolism is something that plagues millions of people, but it is true to say that this is not necessarily something that can't be avoided. We can all play an active role in making our metabolism move at the speed we want it to, but it takes effort and a lot of discipline in order to achi...
healthy-living - Fri, 06 Jul 2012 15:18:54
9. How much protein is in an egg?
If there is one thing that eggs are positively renowned for, it is being high in protein. However, how much protein is in an egg? You would think that due to the fact that eggs come in many different shapes and sizes as far as an end product on the plate goes, there is going to be a different amo...
healthy-living - Thu, 05 Jul 2012 18:19:15
10. Can you eat raw eggs?
I don't think that it is too unfair to say that eating raw eggs is not something for everyone. I for one can't really stomach even the thought of gulping down an egg that hasn't been cooked. However, as the saying goes, 'each to their own', and there are thousands of people each day who will cons...
healthy-living - Thu, 05 Jul 2012 17:14:27
11. Is brown rice good for you?
The common notion is that brown rice is a healthier alternative than the more commonly used white rice, but is brown rice good for you? This is a great question and one that many people find themselves asking, due to rice being an incredibly popular food used in all manor of cuisines. This lens ...
healthy-living - Wed, 04 Jul 2012 19:37:45
12. What are the health benefits of eggs?
What came first the chicken or the egg? Well that's a question I won't be answering with this lens. The egg is a food that most of us will associate with breakfast time, when in reality it is something that is a common factor in a huge array of dishes that are eaten at every meal time throughout...
healthy-living - Mon, 02 Jul 2012 18:48:55
13. Three brilliant cantaloupe nutrition facts
I would like to introduce you to the cantaloupe, a fruit that comes from the melon family, which is no surprise when you see it's rounded shape and tough outer exterior. The cantaloupe is a highly nutritious fruit, grown in warm areas of the world, but distributed to many countries that do not h...
healthy-living - Thu, 28 Jun 2012 17:41:31

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