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Japanese Potato: Pure Fibre, Zero Calories

Konnyaku

Konnyaku (Japanese potato) is a fat-free, zero-calorie food, which has been used in Japanese dishes for over 2,000 years. Japanese potato, also known as the Devil’s Tongue plant, consists of 97% water and 3% glucomannan, a fibre in the form of a viscous substance. It also contains trace minerals like calcium and other important proteins.

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Mercury Fishing

mercuryfish

Fish is a staple in my diet. I think I could actually live off tuna sashimi and dark chocolate… maybe add in some C (C Coconut Water) and a few fresh green juices. I’m just a girl with simple needs, well simpler than some let’s just say.

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Sweet Stevia

“A moment on the lips, an inch on the hips”…I must have heard this expression hundreds of times but what makes that ‘moment’ so damn good?! If you’re the kind of person who can never say no to dessert, never stop at the one piece of chocolate then I have a question for you… are you addicted to sugar?

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Bee Venom Mask

What if I told you there was a natural alternative that doesn’t cost the Earth and lies in one small creature – the Honey Bee. Made famous by reported users; Kate Middleton, Camilla Parker Bowles and other celebrities, New Zealand Bee Venom Mask has become nature’s alternative to Botox.

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Hello Spring. Hello Hay Fever.

Hello Spring. Hello Hay Fever.

Hello Spring. Hello Hay fever! Spring is that abundant time of year that brings with it new life and a deluge of airbourne pollen. Approximately 20% of New Zealanders suffer from Hay fever and if you’re one of those lucky people you’ll know how irritating it is sneezing your way through the day. Fortunately I have a solution: bee pollen. Read more…