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Express Recipes: How to make homemade Honey Bread French Toast

As a kid I always liked to savour french toast. It’s amazing how the original sweet french toast gets modified at 180º, with sugar being replaced with salt, chillies and other spices! The first time I had a sweet french toast was at a dinner and that’s when I realised what I had been missing. Given my weakness for all things sweet, I now just stick with sweet version. Love the sprinkled sugar and the dripping maple syrup. Add to it some bananas and strawberries, and we have a complete…

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6 Easy Homemade Body Scrubs For All Skin Types

What comes to your mind when you think of pampering your skin which suffers due to the harsh sun’s rays or to get rid of the dullness caused by the dust particles blocking your skin pores or the heavy pollution that steals the glow away from your face? Beauty experts will tell you that exfoliation is the best way to remove dead cells, rejuvenate your skin and bring back your natural glow. Another piece of good news is that you can do it easily by using homemade body scrubs made with natural ingredients. Due to…

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Eat More Homemade Food to Keep Diabetes at Bay

Ditching homemade food for that king size burger and French fries can add not only extra kilos around your belly but may also increase the risk of developing diabetes, a study has warned. Individuals who often ate from outside, typically fast food were more prone to gain weight — a major cause for developing Type 2 diabetes, the researchers said. Concerns have been raised that such people have a diet that is rich in energy but relatively poor in nutrients — this could lead to weight gain, which is, in…

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Eat More Homemade Food to Keep Diabetes at Bay

Ditching homemade food for that king size burger and French fries can add not only extra kilos around your belly but may also increase the risk of developing diabetes, a study has warned. Individuals who often ate from outside, typically fast food were more prone to gain weight — a major cause for developing Type 2 diabetes, the researchers said. Concerns have been raised that such people have a diet that is rich in energy but relatively poor in nutrients — this could lead to weight gain, which is, in…

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