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At this fun and entertaining seminar you will learn Ben's formula to losing weight and being healthy for life. Don't expect the same old boring information here...
At this seminar you will get cutting edge information on health, diet and weight issues. Information you can immediately put into action for amazing results!
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Friday 10th June 7:30pm or Sat 11th June 3pm - Abel Tasman Hotel Or Sunday 12th June 3pm - Wellington South-Lyall Bay Trinity Union Parish Hall
Ancestral Eating Get's Amazing Results!
Whether you want to lose weight, stabilise blood sugar lev-
els (diabetes) or reduce your cholesterol you'll need to hear
Ben Speak. Ben Warren, the 'Fat Whisperer', an Ancestral
Nutrition Guru, founded the BePure Health Revolution to
help him reach his goal of making 1 million people healthy.
And he's well on his way... you might have seen him on 60
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sion. He's already clocked up over 25,000KG of weight loss
to his credit. A pilot study of his ancestral eating principles
showed participants having dramatic weight loss, improved
blood sugar regulation and a reduction in tryglycerides, an
all important measure in cholesterol readings. Ben, origi-
nally from the U.K, has a double honours degree in Experi-
mental Psychology from the University of South Carolina and
If you eat boxed cereals for breakfast, buy low fat products or eat
sandwiches for lunch then you NEED to hear Ben talk!!!
At Ben's Seminar 'How to have Permanent Weight Loss and Incredible Health'
Alan Rimene - lost over 25kg following the
BePure Ancestral Eating Principles
5 years extensive nutritional training through a Health and
Exercise Institute in California. Ben describes his ancestral
eating principles as an advanced Paleo/Caveman type diet,
taking into account peoples individual genetic needs for nu-
trition. Ben say's "I can make people healthier, I can
help people lose weight - it's all about eating what
your body needs! Simple!" Ben has never told anyone
to eat less, "why would you want to reduce the amount of
nutrition you're bringing into your body, considering that
we need these nutrients to rebuild your body on a daily
basis!." Ben is someone to watch in the future and now is
possibly your best chance to see him live, in person, for free.
As part of his plan to make 1 million people healthy. You'll
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its own touch
La Boca Loca, a new Mexican
taqueria in Park Rd, Mira-
mar, has been open for only a
few weeks, but already appears to be
a hit with the locals.
When a friend and I opted for an
early lunch, the smell of freshly
applied paint still floated in the air,
but the cafe s customers didn t seem
to mind as they tucked into Mexican
morsels such as verduras (chilli
lime-seasoned vegetables), carne
asada (grilled sirloin with a feta and
spring onion salad) and tacos
vegetarianos (no prizes for trans-
We were settled into a booth on
arrival and water arrived not long
Despite the lingering scent of
Resene, the cafe was warm and
Lounge music and cosy leather
booths created a chilled-out vibe,
with more than a touch of Mexican
influence present in the colourful
lampshades and artwork. The young
waitresses were eager and happy to
chat, however their knowledge of the
menu is clearly still in development.
After a perusal of the rather com-
prehensive menu, we settled for a
cross-section of dishes.
The huevos rancheros ($10.50), a
surprisingly petite breakfast tortilla,
hit its stride for my dining com-
panion with some help from the pro-
vided hot sauce and salt.
A helping hand from the old
habanero sauce was again needed for
my enchiladas de pollo (two chicken
tortillas filled with corn cream and
poblanochillis, a steal at $11), but its
creamy and moreish tomato sauce
was a winner with both of us.
The true standout came in the
form of the black bean and corn
salad ($6), and we devoured every
The zesty and fresh taste of the
salad was a perfect complement to
the handmade corn chips that are
made on site each day.
Though we had a filling meal and
pleasant service, my friend and I got
the feeling that the place would truly
come alive at night.
That suspicion was confirmed
when we stopped in for a quick drink
later in the week.
La Boca Loca was filled with Latin
beats, buzzing conversations and
We ll be back again, but not till
LADIES OF WELLINGTON:
Sarah Line Letellier continues
her series reviewing women's
toilets in Wellington.
At the beginning and end of the wildlife
tour at Zealandia (Karori Sanctuary
in Waiapu Rd), there is a row of four
outdoor unisex loos, with disabled and baby-
I m a little nervous to try the loo, afraid it
will be too au naturel for me, and that one
of the sanctuary s multi-legged residents may
have crept in.
However, duty and need call, so I grit my
teeth and bravely open the door.
I am indeed surprised by something on the
wall, but it s not wildlife -- it s a urinal! I m
fascinated, because it s the first time I ve
been in such close quarters with one.
Zealandia really is an educational expe-
The floor is covered with lino, and you
know how I feel about lino, but it s the kind
that glimmers prettily, which redeems it.
The sink is clean stainless steel, and the
tap runs only cold water, which fits with the
ecological ethos of the place. A shiny metal
square above the sink acts as a soft-focus
mirror, and the hand-drier gives a good
strong blast of air. A skylight lets in sunlight
and adds to the outdoor experience.
Rating: Nothing to fear here: 5/10.
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