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How To Become Healthier

How To Become Healthier

Photo by Dose Juice on Unsplash Health is important, we must live longer, happier and more fulfilling lives. This is not an easy task, being healthy is difficult and eating oily, unhealthy food is easy, lying on your sofa is easy and so is drinking soft-drinks, but in the long run simple, investing in easy steps like the ones below will pay you back healthy dividends. Let’s get to it: Photo by mrjn Photography on Unsplash Do I sound like your mother now? Seriously you need to drink more water, daily one should drink eight, two hundred and forty-millilitre glasses per day, that translates into two litres. I drink a little more than that, my range is three to five litres daily, but do what suits you. Drinking water helps maintain blood pressure since it keeps the blood thinner. Drinking water helps the digestive system to function properly, dehydration increase acidity in the stomach and can lead to heartburn and constipation Carry a bottle of water with you whenever you go out, this is an easy way of drinking loads of water. The magic cure that we neglect far too much, exercise helps reduce the risk of diabetes, high blood pressure...

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Health benefits of Orange

Health benefits of Orange

Orange is such a fruit that if someone likes sourness then no one else. Some people like to take oranges which are less sour, then some like to taste any test of orange. By the way, except for the test of orange, if it is said that this fruit is full of qualities, then no one will be able to deny it. Orange is healthy for health Vitamin C present in oranges helps to keep the cold away. It is also said that this fruit should be eaten when there is a cold, this disease is cured quickly. However, some recent studies have revealed that once cooled, the orange cannot overcome it. However, if it is consumed daily then the person can definitely avoid this disease. In addition, it also protects the ear from infection. Skin will not be damaged Oranges also contain anti-oxidant ingredients that protect the skin from wrinkles. It is said that if orange is consumed daily, it helps to maintain the youthful look. Beneficial in blood pressure Oranges contain large amounts of B6 vitamins. It helps in increasing the hemoglobin in the body. At the same time, Hesperidin present in the fruit helps in controlling blood pressure....

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Testy Burger recipe you might love it

Testy Burger recipe you might love it

You will never forget this melody, How to make a tasty burger recipe Photo by Ilya Mashkov on Unsplash If you want to find out how to make a great burger at home, keep on reading! It’s really not as complicated as you’d think. Vegetable Burger recipe — Learn how to make a burger at home easy and simple. Definitely a homemade veggie burger is better and much tastier than the once from the fast food centers. Learn how to make a vegetarian burger at home with a simple vegetable patty, burger buns, vegetables, and some mayo or any other sauce you have in hand. Step by step vegetable burger recipe follows. Veg burgers are an all-time favorite at home. I make veg burger on occasions when we want to have street food like burgers or french fries. I always avoid getting veggie burgers from any food chain outlets. I make the veggie patties at home. Even though it takes time, homemade ones are always better. Photo by PJ Gal-Szabo on Unsplash How to make burger bun at home — The burger bun is very important when it comes to making burgers. To prepare homemade sesame buns, you will need some...

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The Best Way to Prevent Gout

The Best Way to Prevent Gout

Image by Hans Braxmeier from Pixabay Despite its archaic-sounding name, gout is not an illness that only afflicts the elderly. Men aged 30–50 are most commonly impacted, but women in or past menopause can experience this painful condition, too. If you’re young, though, be aware that gout can still cause you trouble, especially if you drink a lot of alcohol and have a poor diet. The two people I know who suffer from gout first experienced it in their late twenties. According to the Mayo Clinic, gout is a “common and complex form of arthritis…characterized by sudden, severe attacks of pain, swelling, redness, and tenderness in the joints, often the joint at the base of the big toe.” Gout pain results when urate crystals, which result when too much uric acid builds up in the blood, form in a joint. While uric acid is normally passed through the kidneys, sometimes your body makes too much of it or is unable to clear out enough of it. It’s commonly known that too much alcohol (especially beer), sugary drinks, red meat, and salt are contributing factors to gout. According to Health Magazine, others include aspirin and diuretics and being overweight. But watch out...

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Best “Ice Cream” Scenes in Movies

Best “Ice Cream” Scenes in Movies

July is national Ice Cream Month! In honor of this deeply important holiday, here’s a list compiling memorable scenes from movies which involve eating ice cream. For scoring, instead of the usual stars, I will this appropriate symbol:(�¦) to rate the use of ice cream in a scene. If you can think of any more movies, please add them in the comments! “The only good thing about being wounded in the buttocks… is the ice cream” Although very short, the ice cream scene in Forrest Gump does a good job of characterization. In a humorous way, we immediately understand Lt. Dan’s outlook on life — as well as Forrest’s! Use of ice cream: �¦�¦�¦�¦ This scene in Miss Congeniality puts a clever twist on the homonymic pun of a pint. Not the usual order from a bar! Use of Ice Cream:�¦�¦�¦�¦ They drop the ice cream and kiss instead! The Notebook misses what’s most important (hint: it’s ice cream). Use of ice cream:�¦ Perhaps my favorite moment in all of these: Diana Prince gets to taste ice cream for the first time in this Wonder Woman scene! It’s taken straight from the comics, too, and quickly depicts Diana adapting to the...

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I Ate Only Black-Owned Restaurants for 30 Days: Here’s What I Learned

I Ate Only Black-Owned Restaurants for 30 Days: Here’s What I Learned

Food from Upper Kirby Bistro “What does change for Black people really look like?” Someone at my table of friends asked the question over the muted tones of Frankie Beverly’s crooning, and it hung in the air for a few seconds. We were sitting at one of the round tables at Upper Kirby Bistro, socially distanced, but close enough not to miss the smell of buttermilk chicken batter wafting through the air, aided by a light breeze from the patio, with the sweet scent of hot maple syrup trailing not far behind. Our waitress brought my chicken and waffle plate and I dove in — the crisp on the edges of the waffle, quickly balanced out by the fluffy center and pools of maple syrup in each of its wells. Heavenly. “I’m gonna try and just eat black owned for a little bit…”I offered up the delayed response through a mouthful of chicken. Everyone nodded in agreement, too engrossed in steaming oxtails, savory grits, and leafy greens to ask for details. It was June 7th and we were more than 2 months removed from Breonna Taylor’s death, 2 weeks removed from George Floyd’s death, and 2 days from his funeral. Everyone...

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How to Fuel Properly for Your Run

How to Fuel Properly for Your Run

Here’s what to eat to crush your next workout. Photo by Sara Cervera on Unsplash Breakfast has always been my favorite meal of the day. When I was little, I lived for stacks of warm fluffy pancakes drenched in maple syrup and whipped yogurts that could easily be mistaken for dessert. To this day, I still regularly eat breakfast foods for lunch and dinner. But at one point, my relationship with breakfast was rocky. It all started in high school when I had cross-country practice at 8 am sharp in the summer. It seemed that no matter what I ate for my pre-run breakfast, I ended up with terrible stomach distress that negatively impacted my workouts. I knew I needed to fix the problem in order to fully benefit from my training. Eventually, through trial and error, I was able to find foods that were easier to digest. Rather than weighing me down during my runs, they kept me energized and gave me confidence. I said goodbye to my giant bowls of sugar cereal and replaced them with these easier to digest options. Peanut butter and banana This combination is a classic. It hits all the major macronutrients, providing protein and...

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Which fruit is used as a vegetable?

Which fruit is used as a vegetable?

Most of us recognize that tomatoes are fruits, but some of these other ‘vegetables’ may shock you. Fruit or vegetable? It doesn’t appear like it would be that complex — and usually, it isn’t. Botanically speaking, a fruit is the structure of a plant that surrounds its seeds, while a vegetable can be just regarding any good part of the plant, aside from its fruit and seed. That said, back in 1893, a case was heard in the Supreme Court that would confuse things mightily. When Manhattan wholesaler, John Nix & Co., was carrying a shipped vegetable tariff on a shipment of Caribbean tomatoes, he fought the charge since tomatoes were not technically vegetables, and fruit did not carry an alike tariff. Nix lost when the court ordered that people served and ate tomatoes like vegetables rather than fruit. “Botanically speaking, tomatoes are the fruit of a vine, just as are peas, cucumbers, beans, and squashes,” noted Justice Horace Gray in his 1893 opinion. “But in the public language of the people, whether traders or buyers of provisions, all these are vegetables.” Fruit and vegetable, does it actually matter? As Shakespeare tells us, “a rose by any different name would smell...

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Este 9 de julio, #QuedateEnCasa y festejá

Este 9 de julio, #QuedateEnCasa y festejá

El próximo jueves, celebraremos un nuevo aniversario de la Independencia de una forma diferente. Aquí algunas opciones gastronómicas. Continue reading on Mi Lado V » Original linkOriginal author: Diego Migliaro

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Beyond Mitigation

Beyond Mitigation

Image by Garik Barseghyan How the lingering vestiges of Reductionism keep us from real environmental solutions. As a kid, I was mesmerized by the idea that space was not flat and time was relative. I devoured stories by Ursula K. Le Guin and Orson Scott Card, whose characters had to wrestle with the implications of space travel at speeds that left individuals to age at different rates. I wanted to know how a tesseract worked exactly. Space, I was told, was a blanket-like entity, which large objects such as stars and black holes had wrinkled by this force called gravity. The physics fascinated me, but the implications of our world being so different than what we experienced at face value, was the heart of my interest. I majored in philosophy in college and have always been particularly interested in epistemology, namely the study of how we know things. I believe that at the heart of knowledge and language itself is metaphor, which both encapsulates the latest discoveries we learn from physics and informs how we proceed to live out our lives and structure our realities. Problems arise, however, when we live according to metaphors which are not accurate representations of the...

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