Get A Taste Of The Maine Attraction: Lobster

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How Millennial Taste Makers Are Changing The Game

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Unexpectedly Great Destinations for Foodies to Visit

Unexpectedly Great Destinations for Foodies to Visit

08

2017

We all know that if we want to eat fine foods there are certain cities we should visit. On most foodie’s checklists, you will find cities such as Paris, New York, Tokyo and Bologna. But, what if you’ve already visited these? Or just fancy something a little out of the norm? You’ll be pleased to hear there are many, perhaps unexpected, treats for food lovers all over the world. Here are some of the best places to visit if you […]

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Top Drinks that Would Make Your Meal Perfect

14

2017

To complete a full dinner, it’s always best to add a few drinks to make the dinner complete. However, you must take note that not all drinks go with all kinds of food. You have to know which alcoholic beverages would go with which dishes. Here are some combos to give you an idea. Red Wine with Red Meat They say that the perfect pair for red meat would be red wine– and it definitely is! When you eat red […]

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3 Natural Ways to Help Prevent Cancer

02

2017

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at a time of challenge and controversy.” – Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Cancer is an ever increasing scourge on our society. We hear of new diagnoses every day. According to the National Cancer Society, in 2017, more than 1.6 million people will be diagnosed with cancer in the USA. That is a staggering number! Furthermore, the costs of […]

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Why your diet is so important

24

2017

Most people today believe that exercise is everything. Well, there is some truths to that statement, however, most people are at a stage in their life where they are unable to do the fast-paced exercise that most gen X and beyond are currently doing. Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying that just because you were born in a different generation, you are unfit and won’t be able to “keep up”. However, the fact still remains, that the older […]

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Foods Perfect for the Moving Day

17

2017

Are you excited to have finally made that leap of buying your own house and move in? The moving day is the exciting part. Prior to it, you must have been busy making all the necessary preparation. You have already packed and boxed everything. But you might leave out one last important detail– the food. While exciting, moving to a new house can be exhausting, too. Having ready-to-eat foods might alleviate some of the stress that comes with it. Food […]

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What to eat when recovering from a car accident

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”  ~Hippocrates Have you recently been in a motor vehicle crash, either as a driver, passenger, or pedestrian? It does not matter whether you caused the accident or not. You will still feel the after-effects of having been involved in a traumatic event. According to WebMD.com, “approximately every 10 seconds someone in the U.S. is injured in a motor vehicle accident, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Fortunately, most […]

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Chance Gaming On The Go

15

2017

How To make Money Without Spending It It’s possible to make a real living at chance gaming. There are those who are called “professional gamblers”, and one of the reasons they can attain that status is through savvy wagering, playing the right games, and getting involved with promotions as they become available. Even if you don’t see becoming a pro as an option, you can make substantial money Some of the biggest online casinos offer exceptional cash back bonuses. Some […]

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Nutrition for Seniors: A Caregiver’s Guide to Common Eating Problems of Patients of Old Age

11

2017

For caregivers, taking good care of their senior patients can be a real challenge.  Elder patients have a variety health concerns.  These health issues cause vitamin deficiencies.  More often than not, they also suffer appetite loss and abnormal weight decrease.  As caregivers, we are at loss on what we can do to deal with the situation. Luckily, UEW Health has a guide on how we can keep our aged patients healthy. Fruits Fruits are rich in vitamins and minerals. Citrus […]

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5 Surprising Reasons Filtered Water is better than Bottled Water

08

2017

There is a long-established misconception that bottled water is “cleaner” than filtered water. So much so, that the bottled water industry has reached billions in revenue.  How curious that we spend more an ounce on water than we do milk, considering most of us grew up drinking water from the tap or an Indoor fountain. Questionable Water Sources Many of us believe our bottled water to be from remote water sources, which is why we reconcile ourselves to the exorbitant […]

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The Advanced Guide to Brunch Food Idea

04

2017

If it is just about lunchtime and you’re craving huevos rancheros or cinnamon French toast, chances are that what you’re really in the mood for the meal Angelenos call brunch. Whether you’re thinking Fig& Olive Melrose Place in East Hollywood or the Church Key in West Hollywood, the mimosa and sangria swilling set has made the meal an institution in L.A. In fact, some restaurants are now offering daily brunch options. Because why should diners and pancake dwellings have all […]

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