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Abdominal Fat: What You Need to Do About It 

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As the years go by, our mid-section tends to… *ahem*… spread out a bit, to put it delicately. While this might seem to be an inevitable part of getting older, it doesn’t have to be. In fact, it shouldn’t be part of aging, because the truth is that an accumulation of abdominal fat (a.k.a. the …

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Benefits of Hemp Protein in 310 Shakes 

Hemp is starting to see a huge resurgence in popularity these days, especially with the younger generation – and it’s easy to see why.  Single-handedly one of the best natural sources for plant-based protein on the planet today, this 100% vegan and vegetarian-friendly protein powder is a game changer for those …

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Benefits of Pea Protein in 310 Shakes

More and more people are moving towards alternative protein powders and protein sources, looking for ways to improve their overall health and wellness without having to deal with the drawbacks and downsides of more traditional protein solutions and animal protein powders.  Plant-based protein options like 310 Shakes are increasingly popular, and amongst them …

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Home Is Where She Shares Her Life Story

Checking items off an ambitious bucket list is nothing new for Eva Niewiadomski, 55, who has launched a successful business, travelled the world, and even fulfilled a longtime dream to take a class in puppetry. In 2015, Niewiadomski achieved another goal: She bought a spacious three-bedroom home in Chicago. “I’d never …

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London Co-Living Space Offers Housing Crisis Solution

The 10-storey building in London may look like a hotel, but it is thought to be the world’s biggest large-scale house-share, offering modest rooms and upscale services for hundreds of young adults caught in the city’s housing crisis. The Old Oak building, situated on a canal bank in north-west London, …

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Japan’s Gachapon Capsule Toys Appeal To Adults

A tiny replica of an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus and a plastic cat squatting on sushi: just two of the weird-and-wonderful capsule toys that have become a multi-million-dollar craze in cute-obsessed Japan. The industry is now worth an estimated ¥30bil (RM1.09bil), with the fastidious attention to detail in the toys appealing …

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