Monthly Archives: May 2012

Does This Unclaimed Property or Money Belong to You?

It costs you nothing to retrieve what is rightfully yours!! Click on the links and type in your name. http://www.missingmoney.com http://www.unclaimed.org http://www.ok.gov/unclaimed/index.php HINT: After checking the normal way in the box where the last name goes  use the word Trust … Continue reading

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Credit Report for Free

There is a BIG difference between the legitimate free credit report and that guy that sang about a free credit report.   (They charge —how else do you think they could pay him to sing in those green tights on tv … Continue reading

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Tea Parties are so in style!

Be sure to click on each of the links below to see elegant pictures of items for tea parties. Afternoon Tea… Low Tea…High Tea… Many caterers, party planners, tea rooms, hotels and protocol and etiquette “experts” are confused  on the … Continue reading

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Lamb – Benefits for the body

  Helps *clear up acne *sensitive reddish nose or cheeks, ruddy from broken capillaries. *strengthen immune system *boost memory.     Alzheimers

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Lecithin- Benefits of

Lowers cholesterol

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Leeks- What are they good for?

  Bone building and rebuilding Protects against hardening of the arteries . Reduces risk of osteoporosis May help prevent heart disease and stroke; Reduce mortality from coronary heart disease. Helps shield against Alzheimer’s

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Legumes- What are they good for?

 Legumes — a class of vegetables that includes beans, peas and lentils (See Lentils on here)  — are among the most versatile and nutritious foods available. Legumes are typically low in fat, contain no cholesterol, and are high in folate, … Continue reading

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