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Make This Ancient Anti-Inflammatory Recipe To Restore Gut Health – Includes Ginger, Garlic, Cabbage

Kimchi is a tasty, probiotic-rich food which has been a staple in the Korean diet for centuries. It usually contains cabbage, scallions, red peppers, onions, garlic, and salt.  The consumption of foods rich in probiotics offers numerous health benefits since the gut is the center of our health and wellbeing.

Kimchi heals the gut, and studies have confirmed numerous other medicinal properties it contains. Namely, it prevents nutrient deficiencies and obesity, helps the digestion of protein, treats constipation, boosts the immune system, prevents tooth decay, and much more.

Among others, studies by Professor Miri Kim at Chungnam National University showed that it is an effective way to prevent cancer, and detoxify the liver, kidneys, and small intestine.

This delicious recipe has an impressive nutritional value, which explains its numerous medicinal powers:

Vitamin A 805 IU – 16% RDAVitamin C 4.4 mg – 7% RDAVitamin E 0.5 mg – 2% RDAVitamin K 7.5 mcg – 9% RDAThiamin -3% RDARiboflavin – 2…

Here’s What Everyone Should Know About Eating Butter

Scientists have proven that butter is much better than margarine even back in the 60s and 70s, but unfortunately, the chemically laced, processed food industry managed to convince millions of Americans to eat margarine instead.
They kept repeating that saturated fats lead to obesity and sickness, and are the main cause of heart disease. reported that the high doses of fat and cholesterol given to omnivores, like rats and dogs, do not lead to atherosclerotic lesions, so apparently, people who have the highest percentage of saturated fat in their diets have the lowest risk of heart disease.

Sadly, Americans were repeatedly told that margarine, a highly synthetic, plastic-like, nutritionally devoid, additive-laced substance made from cheap, low grade, refined oils was somehow better than butter, a natural product from grass-fed cows.

Despite the fact that butter tastes incomparably better, but it’s also a natural product that people have been eating and cooking wit…

8 Symptoms of Meningitis That Every Parent Should Know About

Bacterial meningitis is the most genuine kind of meningitis. It can prompt demise or lasting handicap. It is a restorative crisis.
Meningitis influences the meninges, the layers that encompass the mind and spinal string and secure the focal sensory system (CNS), together with the cerebrospinal liquid. In 2006, the death rate for bacterial meningitis was 34 percent, and 50 percent of patients experienced long haul impacts after recuperation.

A few sorts of microbes can cause bacterial meningitis, including Streptococcus pneumoniae (S. pneumoniae) and Group B Streptococcus. Different kinds of meningitis incorporate viral, parasitic, contagious, and non-irresistible meningitis, yet the bacterial sort is the most serious.

Things you should know about Meningitis:

Early signs incorporate a fever and hardened neck, cerebral pain, queasiness, regurgitating, disarray, and expanded sensitivity to light. Prompt medicinal consideration is basic.Newborn children are at high danger of bacteria…

6 Simple, yet Potent Yoga Poses for Sciatica Relief

Believe it or not, yoga can be the answer to the awful and annoying pain you have been dealing with because of sciatica. Sciatica is an inflammation of the sciatic nerve or the longest nerve in our body which begins in the base of the spine and goes through the thigh and calf muscles down below the foot.
An average person has around 40 percent risk of sciatica throughout his/her life. Often times, it begins as tingling sensation in the legs or a weakness in the knees. Before we show you the best yoga poses to relieve this problem, let us check out the major symptoms first.

The Main Symptoms of Sciatica

Pain along the sciatic nerve, i.e. buttock, lower back or calfTirednessNumbnessLoss of feeing in the feet or/and legsTingling or pinching feelWeakness which makes the knees buckle when standing upFoot drop- inability to flex the ankles enough to walk on the heelsLowered Achilles tendon and knee reflexes
6 Best Yoga Poses to Alleviate Sciatica
Standing back twist
Place the foot up on …

Grow CUCAMELONS – The Mini-Watermelon That Tastes Like Cucumber & Lime

Even though they have been consumed since pre-Columbian times, and are a staple in Mexican diets, cucamelons surely sound strange to most of you.

These cute fruits are also known as “Mexican sour gherkin,” or Spanish, “sandiita” (little watermelon). They resemble watermelons, but are in the size of a grape, and taste like lime and cucumbers.

They are not some GMO hybrid, but a delicacy that grows on a thin vine and is surrounded by ivy-like leaves. Moreover, they are believed to become the next superfood, since they are rich in vitamins and minerals, fiber, and antioxidants, and very low in calories.

Cucamelons are also a member of the cucumber family, Cucurbitaceae, but they differ from cucumbers since they belong to different genuses.

Namely, cucumbers are members of the genus Cucumis, while cucamelons are members of the genus Melothria, so their characteristics, medicinal properties, requirements, and potential pests are not the same.

First of all, cucamelons are more tolerant of …

How To Make A 3 Ingredient Anti-Aging Eye Cream In 1 Minute

According to Dr.Nina Roos: “The skin is a window into what’s going on elsewhere in the body, so if something’s off in terms of your overall health, this is one of the first places you’ll notice.

The skin around the eyes is highly delicate since it is five times thinner than the rest of the face. This makes the area under the eyes prone to swelling and puffiness, dark circles, dryness, and itchiness.

These symptoms can be caused by numerous factors, both external and internal.

Genetics is important for the health of our skin, as well as our lifestyle habits, which contribute to its appearance and might lead to various skin issues.

Stress, smoking, and fatigue are a big no-no, as they are among the main causes of the tired-looking under-eye area, and sun-related damage makes the skin prone to dryness and dehydration.

Yet, most commercial eye creams are very expensive, rich in fillers and chemicals that might lead to numerous adverse effects, and often fail to deliver the desired effect…

It’s Called the Blessing of the Gods: Reduce Anxiety, Stress and Lower High Blood Sugar

Bay leaves, or laurel leaves, are much more versatile and beneficial than many of you knew.

According to Organic Facts:

Laurel trees were present everywhere in the region, but changing climates have shrunk their natural growth. However, these leaves have been a part of the culinary and medicinal world for thousands of years, dating back at least to Roman times.
The uses of bay leaves include grinding the leaves into a spice to flavor soups and stews, but they are most commonly added in their whole form as a flavoring for certain Italian dishes and are then removed or used as a garnish.

Whole leaves are not commonly consumed. There is no extensive range of culinary application for bay leaves, although extracts of these leaves have numerous medical uses. These leaves are also a popular element in aromatherapy and herbal treatments for various skin and respiratory conditions.

The most impressive health benefits of bay leaves include their probable anti-cancer properties, ability to d…

Science Explains What Happens to Someone’s Brain From Complaining Every Day

Norman Doidge, Canadian-born psychiatrist and author of The Brain That Changes Itself said: “Thought changes structure … I saw people rewire their brains with their thoughts, to cure previously incurable obsessions and trauma.

The power of the human brain is literally limitless, and the huge development in the spheres of brain imaging and neuroscience in the last decades has shown that the brain can be re-engineered – and we can all do it.

Neuroplasticity is the lasting change to the brain throughout life. It indicates that we can:

Boost our intelligenceBecome more emotionally intelligentLearn new skills“Unlearn” harmful habits behaviors, and beliefsRecover from certain brain damage types
Donald Hebb, an early pioneer of neuroplasticity and neuropsychology, famously said: “Neurons that fire together, wire together.

Dr. Michael Merzenich, now recognized as the most renowned neuroscientist in the world, proved the relationship between our thoughts (“neurons that fire”) and structural b…