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New Year’s Resolutions: Going on a Diet Again?
New Year’s Resolutions: Going on a Diet Again?
By Jo Harrison
It’s January and time to brace ourselves for the inevitable onslaught of diet industry propaganda. It’s all nonsense and we need to remember that diets do not work, however guilty we’re made to feel. We will see the same advice as last year dressed [read more]
5 Surprising Reasons Why Baking is Good for You
5 Surprising Reasons Why Baking is Good for You
By Rebecca Denne
1. Baking is good for your career Besides impressing colleagues with your baked creation, having a hobby such as baking can boost your performance at work, according to research by the San Francisco State University. This is because expressing yourself through bakin [read more]
Choosing to Be Happy: 7 Strategies for Happiness
Choosing to Be Happy: 7 Strategies for Happiness
By Tom Valeo
Research has shown that our talent for happiness is, to a large degree, determined by our genes. Psychology professor David T. Lykken, author of Happiness: Its Nature and Nurture, says that “trying to be happier is like trying to be taller.” We each have [read more]
Food is Love
Food is Love
By Romy Sia
As the Christmas season approaches, many of us will be celebrating in different ways, but one thing that is consistent in these celebrations is the role of food. Many people will gather on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day with family and loved ones and sit down to an [read more]
Caviar Dreams
Caviar Dreams
Caviar is commercially marketed worldwide as a delicacy and is eaten as a garnish or a spread, for example, as hors d’oeuvres or amuse bouche. The word caviar originates from the Turkish khavyar, first appearing in English print in 1591. Dating back 250 millio [read more]