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The Magic Of Mastication

The contemporary man does not know how to eat and he swallows instead of chewing well forgetting that the stomach has no teeth. Nowadays we do everything in a hurry. We eat badly, we breathe badly, we live badly and we do not care about our health by natural methods.

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What To Do If You Burns And When To Seek Care

Burns can be minor medical problems or life- threatening emergencies. Sunburns and small scalds can usually be treated at home, but deep or widespread burns need immediate medical attention, skin grafts may be necessary to cover large wounds. Burns can leave skin vulnerable to bacterial infection and increase your risk of Sepsis, a life-threatening infection that travels through your bloodstream and affects your whole body.

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Natural Ways To Relieve Rheumatoid Arthritis

With aging, long-term use, and high-impact stress, articular cartilage can degenerate and wear out over time leading to joint problems. Although there is no diet cure for arthritis, certain foods have been shown to fight inflammation, strengthen bones and boost the immune system. Adding these foods to your balanced diet may help ease the symptoms of your arthritis.

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How to use Yarrow as useful a first aid remedy

The millefeuille is a plant origin from Europe  whose healing properties have been known for a long time.Yesterday, the yarrow was used to stop the bleeding caused by war wounds.Active against the hay fever, it also treats the common cold and the flu, it is also used in case of problems related to menstruation and circulatory disorders.

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10 Tips for Healthy Kidneys

According to traditional Chinese medicine, the most important health care advice concerns our kidneys.

Your kidneys aren’t very big — each is about the size of your fist — but they do important work. They keep you healthy by maintaining just the right balance of water and other substances inside your body.

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Recipe: How to Prepare Passion Fruit Basil Chutney

Both passion fruit and basil offer several health benefits. Passion fruit is rich in antioxidants that help to combat free radicals affecting the body. It also diminishes cellular stress and improves blood flow to the brain. The fruit has a low glycemic index value, meaning that it won’t cause a steep spike in blood sugar levels in the body after consumption.

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How to Make Greek Chickpea Stew

To prepare the dish, you will need about 250 grams of dry chickpeas, a quarter cup of olive oil, a large onion, 1 garlic, 1 bay leaf, salt, pepper, and lemon. First, you need to soak the chickpeas for at least 12 hours. Rinse them thoroughly and place them in a pot with water. Once the water starts to boil, take out the chickpeas and begin rinsing once again, focusing on peeling off the skin.

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How to Make Delicious Chocolate Truffles at Home

Heat the cream in the microwave or on the stove for a few minutes until it is simmering. While waiting, chop the chocolate finely and put into a bowl. Use a serrated knife to make the task easy as it chopping the chocolate finely will help melt the chocolate quickly and evenly. Once the cream is heated, pour it over the chopped chocolate, let it sit for 5 minutes, then stir the ingredients well.

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How to Make Chocolate Chip Lentil Cookies at Home

Lentils are rich in polyphenols, which have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and neuroprotective qualities. They can also be good for managing your blood sugar levels. Interestingly, these polyphenols do not lose their health properties during cooking, making lentils one of the best foods you can consume. Regularly eating lentils can also benefit your heart. In an 8-week study, 48 overweight people suffering from type 2 diabetes ate a one-third cup serving of lentils every day.

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Recipe: How to Make a Vegan Pistachio Cake

Since pistachios are also rich in fiber together with protein, they can increase the feeling of fullness and make a person cut down their food consumption. In one study that lasted for 12 weeks, it was found that people who ate about 53 grams of pistachios every afternoon reduced their body mass index twice as much as the individuals who ate 56 grams of pretzels. Another study showed that people who ate in-shell pistachios consumed 41 percent fewer calories than those who ate shelled pistachios.

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