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  • AdvertisersA&R Projects 083 464 6725Baby Bear Clubhouse 082 469 6718Beauty in Motion 073 691 1650Budget Treefellers 084 797 6308Crystal Paradise 021 697 1267 Denzel Pedro Smit 082 962 1395Dr YV Chetty 021 697 4809 Electric Fence Installers 083 449 9332El Rodizio 021 671 8758Emily Donn (Curtain/ Blinds) 021 797 9872Intwined Tailors 071 355 0707Jolly Carp Organic 074 302 3254

    Joly Carp Coffee & Cake Shop 074 684 1680Justine 073 324 7537Mater Cars (Quinton) 071 226 8129Nature's Choice 061 360 5500Phuture Lab (Aquarium) 078 921 5734Realtor of Excellence (Tamzin) 082 678 4886Rouge Day Spa 021 797 9871Safe Kids 079 492 4385The Venue 021 697 5515 Truly Truly Sewing 082 412 9051Zamani Art & Design 083 695 9495Zalsan 021 697 3457

    Emergency & Local Community NumbersAnimal Welfare ServicesAnimal Welfare (All Hours) 021 692 2626Equine Emergencies 083 326 1630/31S.P.C.A. (All Hours) or 021 700 4140S.P.C.A. Emergency (a/h) 083 326 1604Small Animal Emergencies 021 674 0034TEARS 021 785 4482TEARS Emergency 083 651 6343

    Emergency ServicesDisasters 107Police Flying Squad 10111Ambulance 10177Poison Information 021 931 6129Poison Information 021 689 5227Risk Management Centre 24hr 080 911 4357

    Environmental ServicesMountain Fires 021 590 1900Fire Control Centre (All Areas) 021 590 1900Fish Hoek Fire Station 021 782 9082Lakeside Fire Station 021 788 1843Wynberg Fire Station 021 797 6108Simons Town Fire Station 021 590 1900

    Clinics:Belvedere Dental Centre 021 674 7503Bowwood Baby Clinic 021 674 5521Cavendish Medical Centre 021 674 0434Claremont MD & Dental 021 683 1237Chapel Street, Woodstock 021 465 2793Constantiaberg Clinic 021 799 2911False Bay 24hr 021 782 1121Station Road, Claremont 021 671 1148

    Lower Maynard Rd, Wynberg 021 797 5190X Factor Lifestyle Medical 021 674 1011Hospitals:Constantiaberg 24hr 021 799 2196Crescent Clinic (psychiatric) 021 762 7666 Life Kingsbury Hospitals 021 670 4300 Red Cross Childrens 021 658 5111Tokai Medicross 021 715 7063Victoria 24hr 021 799 1111

    Child Line: 08000 55 555

    Law EnforcementSAPS, Lansdowne Road 021 657 2250

    Magistrates CourtWynberg 021 799 1800

    Municipality / CouncilWynberg 021 700 2500South Peninsula 021 784 2000Plumstead 021 710 8000

    Electricity Services (General, faults)Emergencies 0800 220 440Faults 0860 103 089 Eskom supply areas 0860 037 566City of Cape Town Accounts 0860 103 089

    E-mail (General enquiries)electricity@capetown.gov.zaVisit http://www.capetown.gov.za0860 103 089

    DISCLAIMER: All rights reserved. All advertisements have been accepted in good faith. Ideas and opinions advertised are NOT necessarily those of the Editor or staff. reCONNECT Magazine cannot be held responsible for perceived errors in advertisements or any consequences thereof.Although reCONNECT Magazine warrants that we check all editorials and artwork supplied, reCONNECT magazine or its Holding company cannot be held liable for any damages arising as a result of your dealings with the advertisers.

    How to Find us:Editor, Marketing and Advertising: Bradley - Brad@zamserve.co.za Artwork & Graphics AshleyFortuin.co.za- Ash@zamserve.co.zaCover Art: stock art & freedigitalphotos.netFind us on www.reconnectmag.co.za

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    June 2014

    Health Wellness & Beauty

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    Home Decor

    Getting to the Heart of Mens HealthDid you know? Heart disease affects one in three men and is the

    leading cause of death in men. Women outlive men. On average, men die five years before their spouse.

    The statistics seem grim indeed, but are preventable.We look at five ways to reduce the risk of heart diseaseCheck your blood pressure. Hypertension is known as the silent killer and often men are unaware of it because they rarely visit a doctor. Hypertension is a leading factor in cardiovascular disease and strokes.Quit smoking. Enough said. We all know that smoking increases ones risk for just about every disease out there!Lose weight. Again, nothing new here. We all know that an expanding waistline leads to heart attacks, strokes, diabetes and many other health problems.

    Manage your stress. Stress is the underlying cause of many of todays illnesses and diseases. The old saying, Hard work never killed anyone is a lie! Stress goes hand in hand with working too much or consistently working long hours and as result can lead to a myriad of health problems.Make small changes to your diet. Oats, almonds, blueberries and even dark chocolate and that glass of red wine all make the heart merry!So dads, if you want to be around long enough to be there for your kids and see your grandchildren, start taking better care of yourself from today!We wish all the wonderful dads out there a happy, healthy Fathers Day!

    Editorial by :Deevra NorlingEmail: deev67@gmail.com

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    Out & About

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    Cheese And Onion BreadFood, Recipes, etc

    500g plain flour10g instant dried yeast15g saltBlack pepper1 large sized onion400g strong cheddar cheese600-650ml water

    Mix the dry ingredients in a large bowl and season generously with salt and pepper.Grate the onion and the cheese. Stir the cheese and onion into the other ingredients.Add the water, a little at a time, stirring until you have a firm, sticky mixture. You may need to use slightly more or less water, depending on the particular type of flour you

    use.Leave the dough to rise. This can take several hours and you should wait until the dough has doubled in size.Knead the dough on a floured surface, forming it into a round loaf shape.Place the loaf onto a greased baking tray and leave it to rise again for an hour or so.When it is ready to bake, the dough will have a

    plump appearance and be springy to touch.Bake at 200`C for 30 minutes. Tap the bottom of the loaf to check that it is properly cooked. Fully cooked bread sounds hollow when you knock on it, although the density of moist onion and cheese in this dough does make it sound hollow.

    Recipe supplied by: Bradley Jones

    Encouraging healthy habits in Kids Snacking is a fairly new thing and has fast become a part of our culture. Grazing throughout the day might also not be a bad thing for some, especially where very active kids are concerned. Refuelling regularly is important! Its the choice of snack here that makes all the di erence use the opportunity to cram more nutrients into your kids diet and only keep healthy options in your house. If there is no

    junk available, no junk will be consumed, simple really!Placing all the healthy treats in glass jars where they are visible to your child will encourage them to go for those options. If you do keep chocolates and crisps in your house, store them in opaque containers where they cant be seen immediately.

    Some excellent choices are: Mixed toasted Sunfl ower, Pumpkin & Sesame seeds Snack mix: Raw mixed nuts with Cranberries & Raisins & Banana

    chips (choose dried fruit that is preservative and sugar free) A good wholefood Museli with no added sugar & milk (or dairy

    free option) A sugar free nut butter (Macadamia/almond/peanut) on good

    quality wholemeal bread. You can add sliced bananas on top for extra sweetness

    Home-made Museli bars Natural/Greek yogurt topped with nuts/seeds & a drizzle of

    natural honey. Home-made pan-popped popcorn (stay away from the

    microwave kind) seasoned. Home-made banana bread with raisins, nuts and honey (no need

    to add sugar as bananas naturally sweet)

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    Security & Home Improvements

    Email: dpsmit.zecan@webmail.co.zaTel: 082 962 1395 / 021 906 0976Twitter: dpsmax Websites: www.johnmaxwellgroup.com/denzelpedrosmit

    BACK TO BUSINESS - The value of your businessWhen I was approached to write on this topic / slash question, the first thing that came to mind was: "what's the difference between the value of my business and the worth of my business?" I'm sure it has you thinking as well. Lets look at the worth of my business...This is the question that normally comes up when one considers selling the business. (I wonder what's my business worth, what can I get for it?). That is normally an easier answer to come to as it involves Rands and cents. On the ot