2 Additions to Your Daily Diet to Help Encourage Intestinal Health

Posted on: 8 August 2016

If you have a chronic gastrointestinal illness like Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, or diverticulitis, then you're already aware that these conditions are extremely painful and require constant management. Your doctor will likely inform you to cut certain foods, like dairy products, out of your diet to reduce some of the intestinal swelling. However, you also should add some foods to your diet to help soothe and heal your digestive system.
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Opening A Pizza-Centered Food Truck? How Can You Make Your Business A Success?

Posted on: 14 July 2016

Food trucks are on the rise in both popularity and variety -- with average spending per customer topping $12 and an initial cash outlay of only around $85,000, operating a food truck can be a way to break into one of the most profitable parts of the restaurant business without sinking your life savings into overhead costs. However, food trucks with a menu centered on pizza can face challenges other food truck owners don't have to deal with, from maintaining the temperature and humidity needed for a handmade crust to rise to perfection to providing customers with the utensils and condiments needed to make their experience complete without breaking the bank on disposable serving supplies.
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6 Tips For Creating A Keurig Coffee Bar

Posted on: 6 June 2016

As the proud new owner of a Keurig coffee maker, why just leave it on a random part of the kitchen counter when you can instead create an entire at-home coffee bar? Using the convenience of your Keurig as inspiration, you can design a coffee bar that is functional and enhances the style of your home. Here are six tips for creating your own Keurig coffee bar: Choose Your Furniture
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How To Give A Valentine's Day Gift Without Being Awkward

Posted on: 28 January 2016

Valentine's Day is one of those days that goes really well for some people but is really awkward for others. You can cut down on the awkwardness and up the romance (or just friendliness) by following a few simple gift-giving tips. 1. Be Unique, But Not Over-the-Top Don't give a gift that is obviously a last minute purchase. Don't be too predictable. Flowers and chocolates are nice, but they need to send the message that they were picked especially for the recipient.
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