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Sunday, July 17, 2016

Some of my favorite songs from Starbucks

Influência Do Jazz | Carlos Lyra

 Bebel Gilberto ~ So Nice (Summer Samba)
Gnarls Barkley - Crazy
AURORA - Half The World Away

Dom Salvador e Abolicao - Hei! Você

Bebel Gilberto - Bim Bom

Astrud Gilberto - Dreamer

Jorge Ben Jor - 08 Bebete vãobora - Jorge Ben 1969.avi

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Remineralizing tooth powder recipe (Source:

As a proud owner of cavity-free teeth, I'm a little worried that my love for daily coffee may be starting to take a toll on my teeth. I'm noticing signs of slight enamel erosion (which may or may not be caused by coffee) and decided to shop for products to remineralize teeth, and came across this wonderful recipe for homemade "remineralizing tooh powder" on


  • 4 Tablespoons Bentonite Clay
  • 3 Tablespoons Calcium Powder
  • 1 Tablespoon Baking Soda (optional)
  • 2 Tablespoons Powdered Mint Leaf (optional, or can use essential oil)- Powder in blender, food processor or coffee grinder.
  • 1 tablespoon Cinnamon Powder (or this kind)
  • 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon of Cloves Powder
  • 1 Tablespoon (or more to taste) Xylitol Powder
  • Essential oils for taste- completely optional but Peppermint, Spearmint and Cinnamon are good.
  1. Mix the ingredients in a bowl or pint size mason jar and store in a small glass jar with a lid. We actually have a separate small glass jar for each family member since we dip our toothbrushes in it. Mix with a spoon or shake to incorporate ingredients. This recipe makes about ¾ cup of tooth powder which lasts us for months. You can adjust the recipe up or down (Use teaspoons instead of tablespoons for smaller amounts).
  2. This will last indefinitely on the counter since there are no liquid ingredients and all of the ingredients naturally discourage bacterial growth. You can customize the powder to your taste and all of the herbal ingredients are optional. Bentonite or baking soda would actually work alone or together as a tooth powder, this one just tastes great. You could also add more cloves, mint and cinnamon for an even more concentrated powder. This type of cinnamon has a higher concentration of beneficial oils and tastes sweeter.
How to Use: Wet the toothbrush (I use a Bass brush from OraWellness since it is super gentle on the gums and cleans better) and dip into the powder. I also add a few drops of OraWellness Brushing Blend. Brush using the Bass Brushing Technique until teeth are clean. Rinse with cool water. Can be used daily (or multiple times daily) and is fine for adults and kids.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Eurovision song contest

Was listening to a BBC interview about the Eurovision song contest and this song was played :-

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Protein bar recipes :D &my fav protein recipes bloggers

Just found out last week that you can make your own protein bars!
I have since been browsing for protein bar recipes..and here are some that I've bookmarked & (planning to try but might possibly end up procrastinating):- 
While searching for protein bar recipes, I came across a few food blogs/bloggers that are becoming my favorites. (Pics & blog names below)

Not sure if I like chickpeas in my protein bars...but I'll have to like a website/blog named "Hummusapien" , lol :D (especially since I do like hummus too). So, here's a recipe by Alexis a.k.a. Hummusapien:-
Alexia @ Hummusapien

While browsing through recipes of chocolatey protein bars, I came across this homemade Nutella recipe by "DessertsWithBenefits":-
And here's the recipe for Nutella Fudge Protein Bar
Jessica @ Dessertswithbenefits

Recipe from Katie's blog "". Do check out her site for many other healthy, chocolatey dessert recipes

Another chocolate protein bar recipe (with shredded coconut)