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Boosting metabolic hormones that is the thyroid hormones

A study in the Journal of Nutrition and Biochemistry found that cooper deficiency resulted in reduced thyroid output. And another study an iron supplementation was able to have a positive impact on the thyroid hormones levels. First, sesame seeds and cashews are packed with the essential nutrients of cooper and iron both of which are highly correlated to thyroid hormone output and metabolism. So delicious cashews and sesame seeds can help you boost levels of your body’s most metabolic, your thyroid hormones. Additionally, zinc is another extremely important mineral to thyroid function, and sesame seeds and cashews are both great source of zinc. In  fact, research has shown that zinc deficiency can slow down the body’s conversion of the inactive …

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Amazing Leaves in your Pantry

Bay Leaves is a musky leaf from the bay laurel tree. A tree that originally grow in the Mediterranean area, cherish among nations for a long period of time. Since ancient era Bay Laurel Tree are celebrated and has been regarded as a sacred and its branches were given to poets and winners the highest glory and honor. Over time, the bay leaves are known by other name, such as: Tej Patta, Indian Bay, Sweet bay, Appolo’s Bay Leaf, Royal Laurel, Bay Laurel; attesting to the popularity of these leaves.   Uses and Benefit: Bay leaves are used in cooking and in making perfumes, medicine because of it is loaded with rich minerals and anti-oxidants, anti-inflammatory, organic compounds, anti fungal …

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Some Tips on taking care of your health

Targeting the architecture of your body is still and always good topic of discussion on a Sunday morning. I felt sluggish today so instead of going to church I just listen to Joel Osteen preaching on TV. After that, I tuned my TV to the 2016 Olympics, but the topic discussed was about Hillary Vs Trumps. Those discussions boils down to the established idea that electing Hillary is a continuation of Obama for four more years, and in Trump you can be sure there will be change, big time I supposed. Well, with Obama kept funding Tehran to support worldwide Terrorism and in additional to the $400 million already deliver in Cash by unmarked private airplane and another $1.3 billion …

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Start harvesting in July and August

Hello to the green people, Vegetables planted in February are now ready for harvesting, there are however ifs with this statement. That is if you took good care by watering them appropriately, weeding and cultivating. And then there are problems with ants, it seems their favorite housing sites are your garden. For tomatoes their are larvae that compete in eating the leaves, stem and any branches that bear flowers. So instead of fruits your looking at those insect that are pruning your tomato plants; there would be no fruit in the situation. Bell peppers are wonderful when you watch from flowering to fruiting how the bells grow in size until they become red and there ever green too. The problems …

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Garden to your health

Utilizing your vacant backyard is fun, you can garden in them, such activities are good for your health. Here are few example of easy-to-grow summer plants which offer all kinds of benefits, from warding off disease-carrying mosquitoes to helping you sleep. Plant                                   What it Does                                              How to use it Echinacea                          Fights summer colds                                Steep fresh or dried leaves, flowers and/or roots in boiling water for tea and other infections Citronela grass                 Repels mosquitoes                                    Crush the leaves and rub them on skin or lemongrass Lavender                            promotes sleep, eases                             Put the leaves and flowers in water in a vase on a night stand – to take advantage anxiety                                                       the soothing scent.   Jewelweed                         keeps poison …

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Eat for better hydration

Summer days is upon us, it’s hard to drink enough to stay hydrated. Luckily, you can get plenty of fluids through your food, especially summer’s fresh produce. About how much you’re taking in for those fruits and vegetables? here they are: (ounces of water0): 1 watermelon wedge         10 1 medium peach           5 1 cup sliced strawberries       5 1 cup sliced cucumber         4 1 medium tomato          4 1 cup chopped raw zucchini        4 1 ear cooked corn on the cob         3   Note: On corn cook first then shuck. You see, peeling uncooked corn can be a pain, and there’s a great reason not to do it; The husks on those fresh     ears help keep nutrients intact. Instead, keep …

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