Monthly Archive: April 2016

Wen by Chaz Makes Hair Healthy

Wen ( cleansing conditioner has been shown to make hair look as good as it feels after each application. Many people have heard of it from the infomercials for the hair care product that are constantly on television. On the infomercials, the women who try out the product on their hair are almost instantly in love with the results. Their hair looks shinier and smoother without a hint of frizz. Even better, using this product keeps hair from being over processed through heat styling. It was these testimonials and famous infomercials as well as curiosity that prompted an editor for Bustle to give WEN cleansing conditioner a whirl on her hair for a week. After seven days of cleansing and styling, she was able to report that her hair was softer, fuller and manageable. If readers are curious about the results from Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner on fine hair, the article has pictures to show just how much the hair transformed each day after cleansing and styling with Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner.
There are a variety of different options on for Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner, which is specifically formatted for all different types of hair lengths and textures. It is widely available for purchase online and is the subject of super positive reviews from women who love that their hair gets healthier the more they use it. Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner was made to be a step above other shampoos on the market so that its users could literally change the state of their hair. By not using any sulfates in the formula and making it free from lather, Wen by Chaz cleansing conditioner is a safer, more natural alternative to many options on the market now and certainly has a more innovative approach to hair care.
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Brian Bonar’s Bellamy’s Offers California Modern Cuisine with a Hint of French

Bellamy’s on Grand Avenue, in unpretentious Escondido, California is a welcome diversion from impersonal, corporate-owned chain eateries. Surrounded by local small businesses like Lupita’s Mexican and Cathy’s Canine, diners can expect genuine, friendly service and world-class cuisine created by renowned chef Patrice Ponsaty, formerly of the Rancho Bernardo Inn and Planet Coronado.

Ponsaty brings with him The Master Chef of France award along with signature dishes like parsley risotto, mushroom ravioli and saffron panna cotta.

Bellamy’s originated with Brian Bonar, a Scottish business mogul who purchased Tango and renamed it. He then launched a staffing search starting at one of his favorite restaurants in the area, El Bizocho at the Rancho Berenardo Inn. Bonar hired Mike Reidy as executive chef and Trevor Da Costa as manager. Brian Bonar, with the expertise of Ponsaty, plans to create a four-star-event venue on a 144-acre property in nearby Ranch at Bandy Canyon.

The restaurant features comfortable seats, paintings of jazz performers and copper-colored walls. Outside, a modest banner carries the name Bellamy’s. The stage is set for a fantastic meal. An example of the menu includes corn soup made with cream and epaulette peppers and served cold over a scallop ceviche including ginger, cilantro, lime juice and olive oil. Next is served a parsley-cream risotto with poached salmon, truffle and seasoned with sea salt. Another offering is mille-feulle topped with bruleed apple slices over layers of smoked eel and a liver confit in pork fat.

The French cuisine continues with a salad of beets served over dried porcini mushroom powder, pistachios and cocoa nibs. Chef Ponsaty then adds the sweetness of a red beet ice cream with a warm goat cheese tart. A lighter caprese-style salad is also served with heirloom tomatoes and mozzarella tossed with balsamic vinegar and olive oil then topped with a tomato-basil gel.

Bellamy’s mushroom ravioli is filled with duxelle style mushrooms, cooked with port and cream and topped with a veal-stock port sauce. Servers are well-versed in the components of each dish and offer explanations readily and without pretense.

Modern Luxury says that Brian Bonar and apprentice Chef Reidy pan-seared Margret duck is prepared with peach-onion marmalade with a Szechuan infused reduction of vinegar and sugar. It is served with a parmesan polenta. Dessert comes in the form of a saffron panna cotta with a strawberry-hibiscus consommé. The dessert is accompanied by a madeleine topped with orange zest and confectioners’ sugar.

Bellamy’s is the perfect venue for Master Chef of France Ponsaty to shine and for customers to enjoy some of the best French cuisine in the San Diego area.

Brian Bornar is currently designing his dream kitchen at The Ranch at Bandy Canyon. When it’s completed, he won’t be on the line at this bistro very often. But right now, Bellamy’s is where Ponsaty is showing off. It’s no slag on his young apprentice, Reidy, to say: Take advantage of a Master Chef of France’s undivided attention while you can.

George Soros’ Predictions for China’s Economy

A recent prediction by George Soros about the state of China’s economy has painted a picture of an economy headed to a financial crisis quite similar to the one of 2007 – 2008 that nearly brought banks to their knees and left many jobless. George Soros ascertains that the symptoms are already there and if control measures are not taken it could spell doom on for the country’s economy which is the second largest in the world.

George Soros who was born in Hungary is famous for netting $ 1 billion in 1992 after predicting that the United Kingdom would be forced to devalue its currency. George Soros is also a successful businessman and is the founder of Open Society foundations as well as Soros Fund Management. He has over the years managed to net a fortune by making wagers on markets. It is for this reason perhaps that prediction of china’s economy has caused such a commotion with the Chinese government quick to water down the prediction. George Soros’ experience in the market and his prowess as an investor makes his words more than a mere banter.

According to George Soros, China’s credit growth figures on are a clear indication of where the economy is headed with the latest measure being 2.34 trillion Yuan which exceeds the median forecast of 1.4 trillion Yuan. The reason for this is believed to be growth being prioritized of debt control. When lending is uncontrolled, banks tend to grant credit even to subprime borrowers who may default on their obligations. Over borrowing also brings about a situation where debts exceed the money deposited as banks focus more on growth. This creates a volatile environment on which is unpredictable. The new credit in China has boosted the growth of the property sector which is not unlike the US environment in 2005 – 2006 before the crisis. Both the credit status of china’s economy as well as the prevailing market conditions such as the booming property sector bare resemblance to the prevailing conditions before the financial crisis.

Even as George Soros makes his prediction, he is optimistic of China’s foreign exchange policy which links the Yuan to several other currencies rather than just the dollar. Additionally, the threats associated with competitive devaluation have also drastically reduced. George Soros also cites that growing cooperation between China and U.S. as resulted in calmer markets. However, despite this and china’s Chief Economist’s reassurance that the economy is probably better than forecasted by some economists, the Volatility index, also known as the fear gauge, has been surging this year which basically means that the investors will be keeping a wary eye on China lest they be ambushed by another financial crisis.

Qnet Foundation News

QNET Pledges to Donate HomePure Water Filtration Units to Children Learning Facilities

QBuzz, a QNET online magazine delivered news that the direct selling company pledged to donate HomePure water filtration units to learning facilities for children. QNET is committed to supporting the RHYTHM Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing communities, educating, and inspiring others to help in its efforts to improve lives. RHYTHM was founded by the QI Group, parent company of QNET and has locations in seven countries, including Hong Kong, Philippines, Malaysia, and Thailand. In March 2016, QNET announced a campaign for consumers to take part in the RHYTHM Foundation project. The campaign is for the Positive Thoughts Project that requires consumers to submit a minimum of 1,000 positive comments.

QNET agreed with RHYTHM Foundation to donate a HomePure Red water filtration unit for every 1,000 positive thought comments through submission on the QBuzz Facebook Post. When the total amount of positive comments reaches 500 by the first two weeks, a Taarana learning school for children will receive a HomePure water filtering system. The campaign lasts for a duration of four weeks, in which, by the last two weeks the positive comments must reach a total of 1,000. After the next submission of 500 comments, QNET will donate a HomePure Red unit to Rashid Centre, a centre for the disabled in UAE.

Vijay Eswaran founded QNET in 1998 in Hong Kong as an Asian direct selling company. He serves as the Chairman of Board and has expanded the company to other countries, including Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, and Egypt. QNET uses independent representatives to market their lines of products for health, wellness, personal care, beauty care, jewelry, watches, and technology.

QNET independent representatives promote health & wellness products, such as the HomePure water filtration systems. The HomePure Red system is economical and donated to the Positive Thoughts Project. QNET HomePure products for water filtration comprises of the 7-Stage System, Eaze System, Alkaline Stick, Alkaline Jug with filter cartridge, and Prefilter. HomePure water filtration products are manufactured in Korea and designed in Germany. The units don’t require the use of electricity and are designed to eliminate energy expenses.

RHYTHM Foundation and QNET initiative to promote health and wellness in Malaysia, Taarana, and the UAE will benefit hundreds of children and disable people. QNET has contributed financially and voluntarily to the foundation. The Positive Thoughts Project is another initiative to get others involved in the organization’s mission to empower and develop communities.

Andy Wirth’s Skydiving Accident and Recovery

Recently, Andy Wirth suffered a very serious skydiving accident, but he got lucky. Unlike many skydiving accidents, it was luckily not a fatal one. It did cause him a great deal of suffering, and he had to spend a substantial amount in the hospital. He underwent a great deal of surgical procedures to save him from losing his arm.

Despite this tragedy, he managed to continue to participate in outdoor sports after the accident. Not only has he participated in outdoor sports, but he has continued to excel with them. He also has been a successful CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Resort, even in the aftermath of this accident.

An article on Iron Man says that Andy Wirth’s accident occurred after the winds made a sudden change in direction. Rather than ending up where he was supposed to touch down, he was impaled by a pole in a vineyard. After he was impaled, he was alone and gravely injured for quite a while before help arrived. He believed that he was going to die of his injuries in the vineyard. During this time, Wirth says that the song “Just Breathe” was running through his head – Then, the paramedics made it there in time to save him – .

Squaw Valley is destined to expand in the future, despite his long ordeal recovering from the accident. The resort is going to merge with another resort, called Alpine Meadows. Together, this ski resort may end up becoming the biggest ski resort in all of North America. Andy Wirth has done a lot of work to help make this happen, in spite of the fact that the injuries of his accident have caused him serious personal suffering.

In addition to being a successful CEO of Squaw Valley, Andy Wirth has taken part in an ironman competition. During this, he did quite well in the competition. He also helped Navy Seals with their training at Squaw Valley.