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Now that's good bacteria
September 07, 2017 09:14 AM
All bacteria that reside in your body is not harmful. "Good" bacteria are found mostly in your gut. This good bacteria is called probiotics, and it helps keep your gut healthy. Besides keeping your gut healthy, probiotics have been found to help with allergies, oral health, and boost your overall immune system. A balance between good (probiotics) and bad bacteria in your gut must be maintained. In order to do this, one must consume prebiotics and probiotics every day. Foods that should be eaten daily are fermented foods and high-fibre foods. In addition to making sure there is good bacteria in your gut, one must get enough sleep and exercise daily. This will keep your gut microbiome on course.
"Keeping a proper balance between the good and bad bacteria of your gut microbiome is important, and the way to achieve it is by ensuring that your ratio of beneficial-to-bad bacteria in your gut is kept in equilibrium."
Read more: http://www.star2.com/health/nutrition/2017/09/05/now-thats-good-bacteria/
Doctors called amazing properties of spinach
August 19, 2017 09:14 AM
Spinach one of the best greens you can include in a healthy balanced diet. Spinach is said to contain apigenin a substance that helps fight the formation on cancer cells. But thats not the only benefit obtained from consuming spinach. Studies have shown that consuming large amounts of spinach aids in slowing down the aging process of the brain functions. It also contains anti-inflammatory properties that carries beneficial effects for those suffering from diseases like arthritis and asthma. Although spinach has many beneficial properties it should be known that spinach may also have some side affects. Some people can be allergic to it and others can develop stones from eating too much spinach.
"When you eat this product, you don’t need to worry about what you will be gaining extra weight and what needs to go on a diet."
Read more: http://micetimes.asia/doctors-called-amazing-properties-of-spinach/
HERE’S HOW TO GET RID OF SPOTS AND STAINS IN THE OLD INDIAN WAY (RECIPE)!
March 16, 2017 04:44 AM
Pretest any stain-removing agent. Even water may damage some surfaces, so always run a sample test on some inconspicuous spot. The seam allowance or under the hem of a garment, the part of the rug THATS hidden under a table or chair, the part of the upholstery that faces the wall, to avoid costly mistakes.Handle stained items gently. Rubbing, folding, wringing, or squeezing can cause the stain to penetrate more deeply into the surface of the cloth and may damage delicate fibers.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ArAupDTQ8o&rel=0
"This simple remedy really works, and it is based on the ancient Indian science of healing"