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CONGRATULATION (£3,500,000 Pounds) IRISH LOTTERY PROGRAMME P.O. BOX, 1897,Dublin, Ireland Ref: LSUK/2031/8162/05 Batch: R4/A312-53 Dear Esteemed Winner, This mail is to bring to your notice that
IRISH LOTTERY PROGRAMME
Jun 7, 2011
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(no subject) United Nations/European Union Human Development Programme 2011 Award giving to your EMAIL ADDRESS, by the UN organization The Sum of $1,000,000,00 USD (One
Mrs Sara Mohamed
Mar 14, 2011
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Re: Healthy Salmon Pancakes Thanks for this recipe. I think I'll try this tonight. My son loves salmon but I don't particuarly care for it. Yet, I buy it. I have some in the
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Oct 9, 2008
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Healthy Salmon Pancakes If you are looking for a healthy snake the kids will love, why not try salmon burgers. They are not only healthy for you, but taste great...and more
collian6
Oct 6, 2008
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pannagagullapalli
Sep 12, 2008
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Re: Do You Know Your Brain Foods? Thats good to know thanks for the info... actually I love fish thats why i read this post... any topic about fish for allergies?
Beau Geste
Aug 26, 2008
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Do You Know Your Brain Foods? Has anyone ever told you that fish is "brain food?" What does this really mean? It appears there may be some association between the foods we eat and the power
joyhudson80
Jul 17, 2008
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Your Secret Health Weapon: Corn? Creamed, whole kernel, or on the cob, corn's got something that can really sweeten your health. It's a potent phytochemical called ferulic acid. And new
mwswansonvitamins
Jul 17, 2008
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Miriam [fruitabuparents] Re: I need help please ... more ... abusive ... daughter 22, son ... taller than ... us are ... January ... told me he ... that ... it ... goes ... even a ... he is ... asked her ...
sunflowercurlz
Apr 30, 2008
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Re: Sprouting? Miriam, How helpful this was thank you so much :) Meilena
meilena_h
Apr 29, 2008
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Re: Miriam [fruitabuparents] Re: I need help please Hi all, Thank you for replying to my email ... *smile* Miriam, thank you for replying and helping. I have to give a bit more background on this issue .... I
MeLaNeY group
Apr 29, 2008
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Re: I need help please ... to type the word, but she is overweight. Nowadays it's like she wants to eat all the time - never getting enough. I dont bake cakes or cookies or even buy
sunflowercurlz
Apr 29, 2008
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Re: Sprouting? ... do it not only for the ... watching things grow. ... Hi Meilena, how are u ? You can buy a super dooper sprouting kit with different layers that fit
sunflowercurlz
Apr 29, 2008
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Re: I need help please take her to the doctor and teell them that your daughter is over weight and let them handle it MeLaNeY group wrote: Hi
LilShaka BootyGirl
Apr 27, 2008
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Re: I need help please Hi. My child was quite overweight at 3 and a half (about 80 or 90 lbs), and she was very active, and ate a variety of healthy foods. She had a very big apetite
Lanosrep Noitamrofni
Apr 27, 2008
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Re: I need help please Girls have a different growth rate than boys so I do know they can weigh heavier than boys in comparison. I am not sure of the actual pounds of your child
meilena_h
Apr 27, 2008
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I need help please Hi All from Melbourne, Australia I have a 3 and a half year old beautiful little girl. I almost hate to type the word, but she is overweight. Nowadays it's
MeLaNeY group
Apr 27, 2008
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Sprouting? Has anyone tried or do sprouting at all for their family? I want to do it not only for the nutrition but to have our homeschooled son enjoy the experience of
meilena_h
Apr 27, 2008
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Re: Nutrition With a Lower Cost Extremely illuminating. I'm noticing the soda in a few of the photos that surprises me! This is something I sent to quite a few people. Thanks. To:
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Apr 16, 2008
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Re: Nutrition With a Lower Cost Has anyone seen the email about what people in different countries eat in a week. It's very illuminating. http://www.book-of-thoth.com/ftopicp-165182.html
Melissa
Apr 16, 2008
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Re: Nutrition With a Lower Cost One of the things I forgot about that my son tends to take a few times a week with him is Beef Jerky. Expensive if you buy in the store but if you have your
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Apr 15, 2008
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Re: Recipe I make my own but in a bread maker. My favorite is when we're having Italian food and I add extra virgin olive oil, rosemary and basil to the bread mixture.
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Apr 15, 2008
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Re: Recipe Do any of you make your own bread? I am wanting to start doing this on a weekly basis, a loaf of bread here costs $2.99 and I have no idea what the heck they
meilena_h
Apr 15, 2008
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Re: Recipe Sorry it took me awhile to respond. I went back to my friend who gave me the recipe to find out where she got it from. She got it from Healthy Eating
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Apr 15, 2008
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Re: Recipe Hi Colleen, That sound delicious! Could we at Healthy habits, Healthy Kids share that recipe with our members on our weekly quick tips? If so, where are you
Louise Peddell
Apr 14, 2008
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Recipe Meilena, My son is just waiting for next month when he can start planting his garden. Tomatoes top the list I'm sure we'll do cumcumbers, string beans and
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Apr 13, 2008
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Re: Nutrition With a Lower Cost That's Great! I know my son has also gotten so much more exercise since we moved into a house. It really wasn't very safe where I lived before for him to go
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Apr 13, 2008
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Re: Nutrition With a Lower Cost Colleen, Just another side note I forgot to mention, I live in Colorado as well but in Northern Colorado over by Loveland so we don't have a Costco close by
meilena_h
Apr 13, 2008
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Re: Nutrition With a Lower Cost Colleen, What a great idea about making the granola up, I just got a recipe booklet from http://greensmoothiegirl.com/ which had some great recipes for a lot
meilena_h
Apr 13, 2008
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Re: Nutrition With a Lower Cost Hi Meilena, Shopping at Cosco lets me buying some items in larger quantities then I can "make" some of my own mixes such as the old Chex Mix. But making it
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Apr 13, 2008
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