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Junk food, chocolate and fried foods have long been believed to trigger acne. The explanation, as proven by recent studies, is that the high-glycemic load foods like the ones mentioned above aggravate acne by causing internal inflammation and imbalances which can ultimately lead to excess oil production on your skin.
When I am shopping for a handbag there are some "deal breakers" that I have to watch out for. First, it must have enough room to pack all of the necessities (wallet, ski passes, pen, notepad, toothbrush case and, if I am lucky, a compact umbrella). The handbag would ideally have room to spare in case I need to put other little items that I need to haul around on any particular day. And, it must be vegan.
Earlier this summer I took my Toronto Interior Design Group team -- along with the Cityline cameras -- on a busy media tour in western Canada. Inspiration came from a rather unexpected place, however, when I was invited to the real houses of two Real Housewives of Vancouver: Jody Claman and Amanda Hansen.
After hitting the airwaves with one of the biggest first season openings Slice Canada had ever seen, reality TV show, "The
"The Real Housewives of Vancouver" has mercifully passed us by, sparing us no end to petty drama, bad Botox and catfighting
"So many people ask me how I keep myself in such good shape," says Lisa Hochstein, a Toronto native who is currently starring
Maybe some people like to feel superior by laughing at the characters on these shows, but by choosing to waste their time on such drivel, they inadvertently demonstrate their own lack of discernment.
The over-the-top squabbles and intense drama of the 'Real Housewives' franchise are coming to Canada -- more specifically