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    Essential Benefits of Chewing Properly

    I like to be an avid observer and analyst of the information that is published regarding nutrition and any other information relating to the topic. Quality, quantity, and sources of cultivation and the production of foods are the main subjects. Whether we buy organic or not, whether the organic label went through the entire evaluation and examination phase of the certification process are two commonly discussed topics. Whether we should eat this or that depends on our personal needs, and whether we should count calories and measure the number of grams we eat or not, are also commonly discussed. Most of the information is based on what we eat, but…

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    Vegetables – Preferably Steamed and Raw

    The term vegetable is not an officially defined technical term. It is commonly based on usage in the culinary environment and on cultural traditions, rather than on morphology. The botanical classification, on the other hand, is based on the variability among plants with regard to flower type, morphology, and sexual compatibility. For us to make the distinction among them, they are subdivided into algae and fungi; mosses and liverworts; ferns; and seed plants. Through usage, we add fungi and seed plants under the same term “vegetables” and it is on these latter two groups that our daily consumption within a plant-based diet is based. A plant has two main components:…

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    Great Tips to Prevent and Heal Infections in Winter

    Winter has arrived in the northern hemisphere and with it comes the extreme changes in temperatures and climate conditions both indoors and outdoors. Heaters are turned on, windows remain closed, and people begin congregating in enclosed spaces with no air circulation. This type of environment is the perfect place for many kinds of infectious organisms to develop because droplets can live longer and, consequently, spread more easily. Heaters usually pump dry air out, which provides a better medium for droplets to stay suspended in the air, creating a longer period of exposure for everyone sharing the same space. The “common cold”, therefore, is caused by a number of germs called…