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  • How To Make Hibiscus Tea

    How To Make Hibiscus Tea

    Continuing the benefits of hibiscus tea we’ve post today, now that you are enlightened about hibiscus tea, we would share the basic ways of making hibiscus tea with you. Consumed as both hot and cold beverage, it renders equal benefits. Then here’s the recipes of how to make hibiscus tea. Check it out, below. Ingredients […]

  • Benefits Of Hibiscus Tea For Health And Beauty

    Benefits Of Hibiscus Tea For Health And Beauty

    Hibiscus is probably the most stunning flower growing in your backyard! Flaunting exotic vibrant petals, it is most commonly found in red color though its pink, yellow or blue hues are also rampant. However, not many realize that beyond ornamental beauty, it is a treasure house of innumerable benefits for your health as well as […]

  • The Health Benefits of Tiger Nut

    The Health Benefits of Tiger Nut

    So, what’s Tiger Nut? “Tiger what?” is perhaps the most frequent response we hear when talking about this subject and we also have to clarify, it isn’t some fad involving an illicitly harvested part of an endangered species either.We’ve known about this little curiosity for a while, but it wasn’t until last year that the […]

  • Benefits Of Amla Juice For Skin

    Benefits Of Amla Juice For Skin

    As everyone knows that Indian Gooseberry or amla makes for lip smacking jams, murabbas, yummy pickles and chutneys. But did you know that amla is also good for your skin? Indeed, it is great for your overall health, skin, body and hair. Amla juice can do wonders for sagging skin: When skin collagen decreases, the […]

  • Top 5 Healthy Smoothie Recipes for Working Adults

    Top 5 Healthy Smoothie Recipes for Working Adults

    Indeed, smoothies have helped us to get the recommended five portions of fruit and veg a day. As we all known, eating at least five portions of fruit and vegetables a day is a real challenge for many working adults. Some of us reach for a can of tomato juice simply because it says ‘1 […]

  • The Importance of Keep Tabs On Your Drinking

    The Importance of Keep Tabs On Your Drinking

    Yes! It’s that time of year again, when people gather with friends and family to celebrate the holiday season. The festivities often feature wine, champagne, and other alcoholic beverages. But before you raise your glass, make sure you’re aware of just how much alcohol you’re actually consuming — and how it may affect your heart. […]

  • Fall Harvest Sangria: The Perfect Healthy Holiday Cocktail

    Fall Harvest Sangria: The Perfect Healthy Holiday Cocktail

    Well! This is seriously my all-time favorite party cocktail because you can easily make it ahead of time (I mean sangria is supposed to be made ahead of time which already makes it a winner!), it always looks so pretty tossed together in a big pitcher and the longer it sits the better it tastes! […]

  • Skinny Shamrock Shake

    Skinny Shamrock Shake

    In honor of St. Patrick’s Day coming up, I thought what better way to celebrate than with a green milkshake!  Even better, the entire shake is only 150 calories and 4 grams of fat!  Compare that to a 12 oz. milk shake anywhere else and you’re looking at 420 calories per shake….yikes!  I got this […]

  • Throwing a Summer Engagement Party

    Throwing a Summer Engagement Party

    Engagement parties are the BEST because let’s be honest….it’s the party BEFORE the party! We waited a while to throw our engagement party after getting engaged last November because we had over a year and a half until our wedding plus we really wanted a backyard summer engagement party.  Nothing like sipping on cocktails with […]

  • Halloween Party Recipes

    Halloween Party Recipes

    YAY it’s almost Halloween! Probably one of my favorite holidays to celebrate next to Christmas because not only is the weather simply perfect, but it comes complete with crazy costumes, fun decorations and a good excuse to watch endless amounts of scary movies!  Normally I’m not the biggest fan of horror movies, but there is […]

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