☕ VIBRANT COFFEE
11-in-1 Slimming Herbal Coffee drink mix with Collagen, Stevia Sweetener and Sugar Free. With only 88 kcal and 12g total carbs. Perfect for those on keto and low-carb diets.
☕ Garcinia Cambogia - fat blocker
☕ L Carnitine - fat burner
☕ Collagen - anti aging
☕ Green tea - antioxidant
☕ Psyllium Fiber Husk - helps in lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels
☕ Stevia - plat-based sugar substitute
☕ Green Coffee Bean - helps in weight loss and reduces risk in chronic diseases
☕ Barley - reduces hunger and enhances feeling of fullness
☕ Mangosteen - rich source of antioxidants and vitamins
☕ Coffee - improves enery level
Drink up and Stay Vibrant! ✨☯️
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Hi Auckland neighbours,
A leading coronavirus expert is urging the Government to make scanning mandatory at such potential "super-spreader" venues as bars and nightclubs.
The pleas follow figures revealing daily use of the Covid Tracer app has plummeted to a fifth of its peak.
Last Monday, a total of 515,759 scans were recorded nationwide, down from the high of 2.5 million on September 4.
Epidemiologist Dr Michael Baker said the next six months would be a “very dangerous” time for the country with a high risk of an outbreak while waiting for the vaccine roll-out in April.
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What do you think about the incoming increased public transport fares?
On Monday, Auckland Council announced a 4 percent increase for peak-time travel with a discount approved for off-peak travel.
According to Auckland Transport (AT), some passengers would be paying an extra 35 cents per trip, with a daily maximum spend of $20 per day which for some, would mean an unlimited daily pass.
Former AT chairman Dr Lester Levy advocated for fare freezes have not been heeded in the 2021 review.
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Has anyone ever seen something like the image below in an older Kiwi home? Does anyone remember them from their childhood? These strange slots allowed you to rid yourself of an old razor and never think of it again...but it also meant, years down the track, that someone renovating would be in for a nasty, rusty surprise.
I'm certain I've seen something like this here in Aotearoa-NZ, but can't for the life of me recall where. It was in the back of the medicine cupboard. Let us know if you've seen, had - or have - one in your home.