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Manchester Small Business Network
Posted On 14/6/2018
Are you a small business owner? Or considering starting-up soon? Then this networking group provides you with the opportunity to connect with like-minded entrepreneurs and supporting organisations. Each month, the group will focus on a key area designed to help you succeed in business.Brought to you by Lloyds Bank Business Hub, in collaboration with PeoplePlus, ‘Manchester Small Business Network’ will be hosted on the Third Tuesday of every month and welcomes everyone from in and around the Greater Manchester area. November will showcase the following:Agenda10:00-10:30 | Registration, Coffees & Tea, Networking10:30-10:35 | Introduction & Welcome: Simon Chapman, Business Connector, Lloyds Bank Business Hub10:35-10:40 | 'Whos in the room' with Martyn Walsh, PeoplePlus10:40-11:40 | How to ensure you get the best from your networking - Will Kintish11:40-13:00 | Networking Coffee, Tea and Biscuits will be provided.Guest Speaker:Will Kintish | How to ensure you get the best from your networkingIn today's highly competitive world, being a confident and effective networker sets you apart from the crowd. You become more visible, always feel in control and will always create more career and business opportunities than the average. But most of all it is a time-consuming activity so ensure you make the most from your time.99% of people dread this vital activity; this highly informative but humorous presentation will help you maximise your time and help you overcome all your fears and concerns.Click here for more information
Food fest to fill up Ha Noi with Italian flavours
Posted On 14/6/2018
A replica of an Italian square will be set up at the Thang Long Royal Citadel during the Italian Food Festival on November 10-11. Visitors will have a chance to enjoy delicacies made by Italian chefs.“The event is held annually to introduce the quintessence of Italian food, wine and culture; and enhance the exchange and friendship between two peoples,” Italian Ambassador Cecilia Piccioni said.The two-day festival will feature Italian food, wine, music, culture and entertainment experiences including live music, lucky draws and cooking/eating competitions.Beside popular Italian dishes such as tiramisu, pizza and pasta, gourmands will have a chance to try authentic Italian courses that are not widely available in Viet Nam such as homemade pancetta (Italian bacon), homemade corned beef, cottage cheese, beetroot hummus, pizze fritte and focaccia. Diva Hong Nhung as well as Vietnamese and Italian opera singers will perform at the programme.Two fashion shows featuring menswear and womenswear by Emporio Armani and Canali will be held at the festival, and young footballers will have the chance to play under the guidance of the Juventus Academy.On the occasion, Piccioni will join two seminars held at the Ha Noi University of Science and Technology and Diplomatic Academy of Viet Nam to talk about co-operation between the two countries.The festival is one of the activities being held this year to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the establishment of Viet Nam - Italy diplomatic relation (March 23, 1973). It is organised annually in Viet Nam as part of a broader initiative promoted by the Italian Government worldwide — the Week of Italian Gastronomy.
To filter or not to filter?
Posted On 14/6/2018
“Water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink,” bemoaned the becalmed sailor in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.So what is the deal with our water?Can we drink it, straight from the tap – or not?Some people will not even bathe in tap water without intervention.However, there are now new technologies that claim to improve water, with one even purporting to improve the water we use for mopping the floor.Should all this angst exist in a world-class city such as Hong Kong?Dr Samson Wong, assistant professor at the University of Hong Kong’s department of microbiology, feels that it is a case of much ado about nothing.He agrees that past reports of excessive heavy metals in water in some Hong Kong housing estates, visibly discoloured water or the presence of foreign bodies in tap water might have influenced public perception.“Humans have been drinking plain water for millennia,” he says.“Do we suffer from poor absorption of water without the addition of all these exotic substances?“What we need from the drinking water is just water – plain, clean, water.”Nevertheless, a whole industry has flowed from the idea that even clean water can be improved.Rowena Gonzales, of Liquid Interiors, a healthy and eco-conscious interior design consultancy, says her clients are often keen to use technology that modifies the water in their homes.Ionising water filterShe says one popular item is a Kangen water filter, which changes the pH balance of water through electrolysis, producing the type of ionised alkaline and acidic waters favoured by people on a detox diet.The user can adjust the pH to a level recommended for different purposes – such as, for drinking, cleaning children’s toys, or as a hand sanitiser.
Diabetes: Is Coconut Water Good For Managing Blood Sugar Levels?
Posted On 14/6/2018
Coconut water is one elixir that you can drink anytime and anywhere. This drink is fresh, sterile, and devoid of any artificial sweetener or preservatives. The consumption of coconut water is said to contain many health benefits. One of the most important benefits is that it makes for a superior drink for restoring electrolyte balance during and after workouts or physical activity; thanks to its two most essential salts - potassium and sodium. Moreover, it comes packed with calcium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, iron, copper, and fundamental amino acids. While it may be great for overall health, coconut water has turned out to be a great drink for diabetics. Yes, you heard that right! According to a study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food, coconut water helps improve diabetes. What is important to note that coconut water is naturally sweet and contains fructose; therefore, one must not drink it in excess. We tell you why you should drink coconut water and how much quantity should be consumed to manage diabetes and keep blood sugar levels stable.Diabetics are more prone to heart diseases and a number of other potentially fatal health complications and therefore, it's important for them to include foods that are low in processed sugars and high in nutrition. According to Macrobiotic Nutritionist and Health Coach, Shilpa Arora, "Coconut water is naturally sweet with goodness of potent electrolytes. Such natural high potassium drink is good and healing for diabetics and a great alternative to fruit juices or aerated drinks that are generally loaded with toxic sugar."Coconut Water For DiabetesHere's Why Coconut Water May Be Good For Diabetics:1. Coconut water comes loaded with protein and fibre, both of which are essential nutrients for diabetics. Both the nutrients take time to digest, further raising blood sugar levels gradually.2. Coconut water makes a better option than an aerated drink or a sweetened beverage. It has natural sugars that are better than refined sugar, which spike blood sugar levels instantly.3. Coconut water is natural and does not contain any preservative, which saves diabetics from the many harmful health hazards that they are prone to.4. Coconut water is a great source of replenishment; which keeps you energetic through the day. Moreover, the natural electrolytes present in coconut water support the pH balance and aid in metabolic functioning of the body. The potassium content regulates the functioning of kidneys, which play an important role in diabetics.How Much Coconut Water Should You Drink Daily To Manage Diabetes?Despite its many health benefits, diabetics still remain sceptic as it may spike blood sugar levels; thanks to the natural sugar it contains. As per Macrobiotic Nutritionist and Health Coach, Shilpa Arora "drink not more than one glass of coconut water daily. However, if you are experiencing fluctuating blood glucose levels, it is suggested that you avoid drinking. Also, choose immature green-coloured coconut as it has less sugar as compared to matured coconut. The malai in matured coconut has more sugar that could be harmful for diabetics. Always prefer having it from the natural source than having bottled juice that may have added sugar and preservatives in it.