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yesterday my friend Alina visited me and I made her an orange juice; seeing the leftovers from the oranges she gave me the idea to make this sweet

  • 3 medium oranges;
  • 2 glasses of milk;
  • 2 tablespoons flour;
  • a tablespoon of starch;
  • 200 gr.zahar;
  • 1 packet of vanilla

Servings: -

Preparation time: less than 30 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Alina's Oranges:

the oranges are cut in half and peeled;

put the milk on the fire and add in turn the flour, starch, sugar and vanilla, stirring constantly over low heat so as not to make lumps;

after it has set, leave it to cool for 1-2 hours and add the orange core.

mix and leave to cool.

fill the orange halves with this composition.

sprinkle with grated chocolate.


How to make extra-fine orange jam orange jam recipe?

How to clean and thread oranges?

I washed the oranges well and left them to soak in hot water for 30 minutes. I rinsed them and gently rubbed their bark with a rougher sponge, under a stream of warm water. I rinsed them again. With the economic knife (peeler) I peeled half of the oranges in a very thin layer, removing only the orange part.

After I got the peel from 4 of the 8 oranges, I went to the actual cleaning. With a knife that cuts very well I cleaned the whole shell, including the white part on the outside. This way I will fillet the oranges much easier.

With the same knife I cut each slice long, without skins and seeds.

Here you see a video with this orange threading technique.

It's a pretty painstaking job but it's worth it. Can be applied to salads, cakes, pies. Never put orange slices with a membrane on them!

We thus obtained 1 kg of threaded oranges from almost 2 kg of oranges.

How to process orange peel?

The peel cut with the peeler will be processed with a processor together with the sugar that will reach the jam. We will get a flavored sugar.

So I added the shells (I weighed my shells and they weighed 50 g) in a processor and together with the sugar I shredded.

This is what the sugar flavored with orange peel looks like. Oana did something like this for the recipe Baskets with cherries and walnuts in pie sheets & # 8211 can be found here.

Oanaigretiu

Foodblogger at Savori Urbane. #savoriurbane


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Among the processes in which magnesium is involved are protein synthesis, glycemic control and prevention of cardiac arrhythmias.

Magnesium is good for diabetes & # 8211 Through its action in the process of glucose metabolism, magnesium helps maintain an optimal blood sugar level and has a significant role in preventing diabetes or keeping the disease under control.

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  • Fighting inflammation
  • Migraine prevention

Alina's Oranges - Recipes

4 cl natural peach juice
4 cl natural banana juice

4 cl natural passion fruit juice
2 cl garnet juice
tonic water
1 slice of peach
1 cocktail cherry

Method of preparation
Shake the juices in a shaker with ice and strain the drink
in a tall, legless glass. Fill the glass with tonic water and garnish
with peach slice and cherry.
Syrups are important ingredients for mixing, they can be flavored
and color the drinks. Garnet juice is extracted from apples Garnet (pomegranate).

Red wine with bananas

Ingredient:
bananas (6), red wine (1 l), cinnamon (1 stick), sugar (250 g).

Put the wine with the sugar and cinnamon on the fire, and when it has warmed up, add the peeled and sliced ​​bananas. Leave it on the fire for another 5 minutes, then lower the bowl, remove the cinnamon and let it cool.

GRAPES COME

SMOKE WINE

CORN WINE, SORRY, RELATED, HORNED, MATURE

MACESE WINE

CORCODUSE WINE

RED CURRENT WINE

BLACK CURRENT WINE

Sicilian hot wine

peel two large oranges, 1 liter of old wine, 200 g sugar, cinnamon,
slices of lemon

Heat the orange peels well in the oven, put in a bowl and
pour the wine, add the sugar and cinnamon. It is kept for a day, then it is
heat up again.

Serve in glasses with a slice of lemon.

Mint twist

fresh mint leaves
1/2 l.s. sugar
1/2 l.c. lemon juice
1 v.d.c. grated lemon peel
125 g sour cream yogurt
1 cl green mint liqueur
1 globe of mint or lemon ice cream
1 sliced ​​lemon

Method of preparation
Cut a few mint leaves into small pieces and mix with sugar, lemon juice
and lemon peel. Put the yogurt in a bowl and mix with the composition
of mint leaves. Put the ice in a glass and put the composition on top
of yogurt. The drink is garnished with mint leaves and a slice of lemon.

Triver

5 cl natural passion fruit juice
4 cl natural peach juice
3 cl coconut cream
2 cl lemon juice
mineral water
1 slice of kiwi
mint leaves
1 cocktail cherry
3 ice cubes

Method of preparation
The juices together with the coconut cream and ice are put in a tall glass
mix and fill the glass with mineral water. Garnish with a slice of kiwi, o
cherry and mint.

Tigerlilly

125 g canned apricots
2 l.s. lemon juice
1 cl white rum
1/2 l.s. zafar
100 g sour milk 1.5% fat
grated peel of a lemon
granulated sugar
1/2 albumen
1 ice cube

Method of preparation
Mix the apricots, lemon juice, rum and sugar with a mixer. It adds
sour milk and mix with the mixer on the lowest speed. Interfere
lemon peel with caster sugar and pour the egg whites on a small plate. The edge
pass the glass through the egg whites and then into the mixture of sugar and peel
Lemon. Allow to dry. I glass first put the ice cube and with
care is poured the drink on top.

Supercockteil & quotRudolfo & quot

4 ice cubes
2 cl rom maro
2 cl Amaretto (almond liqueur)
2 cl vodka
4 cl of passion fruit juice
4 cl pineapple juice
2 cl lemon juice
2 cl garnet syrup (pomegranate)
1/2 slice pineapple
seasonal fruits

Method of preparation
Ice cubes are placed in large glasses (must contain 1/2 liter of liquid).
Pour rum, Amaretto, vodka, fruit juice and garnet juice on top. it
mix everything well. Pineapple slice is cut into small pieces and added to
glass. The glass is decorated with a stick decorated with seasonal fruits. Serve with
straw.

SOC

FRUIT JUICE WITH ALCOHOL

SODOU WITH ROM

MAIZE SYRUP

TREE BRANCH SYRUP

ORANGE SHELL SYRUP (II)

RASPBERRY SYRUP OR BLACK CURRENTS, UNCOOKED

RASPBERRY SYRUP (I)

ROSE SYRUP

BLACKBERRY OR RED FOREST CURRENCY SYRUP (BLUEBERRIES)

MINT SYRUP

ALCOHOL SYRUP FOR DIFFERENT FRUITS

Chocolate and milk shake

2 vanilla ice cream globes
5 cl milk
3 cl chocolate syrup
a little fresh
chocolate candies

Method of preparation
Shake ice cream, milk and syrup vigorously in a shaker. pour
the composition in a tall glass and garnish with whipped cream. Above
sprinkle the chocolate candies. The drink is served with a straw.
Milk shakes contain milk, as the name suggests. Put the ice cream
and the rest of the ingredients in a shaker. Stir and drain into a glass.
home menu abbreviations return

Rosie & # 39sRosie & # 39s

1 cl orange liqueur
4 cl Campari
8 cl grapefruit juice
will foam you
1 slice of orange

Method of preparation
Mix the liqueur, Campari and the juice in a glass and fill the glass with wine
sparkling. Garnish with orange slices.
Suggestion
The bitter, Italian liqueur, Campari is a classic aperitif. Drink, for example,
before the meal, with ice, a slice of lemon and fill the glass with soda
or lemon biter.
home menu abbreviations return

Punch of wine

Ingredient:
white wine (1 l), sugar (250 g), lemon peel (from 1 lemon), cloves (2-3), brandy (50 ml).

Mix everything, boil before serving, add the brandy and let it cool.

FRUIT NECTAR

LEMONADE, ORANGE

RASPBERRY LIQUOR

RED WINE LIQUOR

ORANGE LIQUOR

EGG LIQUOR (I)

EGG LIQUOR (II)

MINT

LEMON LIQUOR

GUT LIQUOR

FRUIT LIQUOR (II)

FRUIT LIQUOR (I)

COFFEE LIQUOR

BEER LIQUOR

YELLOW MELON CROSS

ORANGE OR LEMON CRUSH

CRUSON

Coffee cream

for 1/2 liter of milk take 100 g of natural hard coffee essence, 4
eggs, 2 glasses of sugar, 3 tablespoons flour

Pour the essence of hard coffee into a saucepan with boiling milk
cover with a lid and let sit on the table for 15 minutes. it
rub eggs well with sugar and flour and pour a little milk
a little, always stirring with a spoon. Put on the right heat and continue
to mix so as not to catch the bottom composition. It will rub a lot
quickly especially when the composition begins to boil, to
no cocoons are formed. Remove from the heat and beat for a while. If in
cream formed cocolosi, will immediately put the pan with the cream in a
bowl with cold water, pour a tablespoon of cold water into the cream and beat
until the cocoons disappear.

Vodka cocktail with lemon

Ingredient:
vodka (1/2 l), lemon (3), sugar (4 tbsp).

Mix vodka with the juice of the three lemons and sugar.

Champagne cocktail (1 serving)

Ingredient:
champagne (1 glass), yolks (2), powdered sugar (2 teaspoons), orange liqueur (10 ml), bitter liqueur (10 ml).

Rub the yolks with the sugar over which they are poured and the rest of the quantities and serve with ice cubes.

Orange cocktail (1 serving)

Ingredient:
orange syrup (200 ml), red wine (100 ml), orange (1 slice).

Stir everything and keep cool.

Egg cocktail (1 serving)

Ingredient:
raw yolk (1), sugar (2 tablespoons), wine punch (40 ml).

Rub the yolk with the sugar, mix with the wine and leave to cool.

Cocktail of kiwi

1/2 unripe lemon
4 cl kiwi liqueur
4 slices of kiwi, cleaned
will foam you

Method of preparation
The peel of a lemon is poured in a spiral shape. The juice of half a
Pour the lemon into a tall glass along with the kiwi liqueur, add
kiwi slices and fill the glass with sparkling wine. Garnish a stick with
lemon peel and place on top of the glass.
home menu abbreviations return

Fruit cocktail (1 serving)

Ingredient:
sugar (1 teaspoon), orange (1 slice), pineapple (1 slice), sour cherries (2 cherries), brandy (1 glass), wine (50 ml).

Put them in a cup and let them cool.

Coffee cocktail (1 serving)

Ingredient:
coffee (1 glass), wine punch (20 ml), brandy (20 ml), powdered milk (20 g).

Stir everything and keep cool.

Cocktail with vanilla ice cream and hazelnuts

Ingredient:
milk (1 l), peanuts (100 g), vanilla ice cream (400 g), vodka (250 ml).

Boil the milk. When it boils, put the roasted, peeled and ground hazelnuts in the file. Take the milk off the heat and leave it covered for an hour.

Saratoga Cocktail

40 g cognac, 80 g vermouth, 40 g whiskey, 10 g bitter

Mix the brandy well with whiskey, bitter and vermouth. Put in the cold.

Serve with half a slice of lemon in a glass and ice cubes.

Cocktail ELIXIR

200 g red wine, 20 g brandy, 25 g powdered sugar, 50 g vermouth, 5 g juice
lamiie, 10 g bitter

Mix well the red wine with brandy, lemon juice, powdered sugar, vermouth
and bitter.

Serve with ice cubes in the glass. Drink with a straw.

MILK CHOCOLATE

TURKISH COFFEE

Blue Splash

Pepper drink

Baltimore Egg Nogg

2 cl brandy
2 cl rom
2 cl Madeira (sweet Madeira wine)
12 cl milk
1 yolk
3 ice cubes
grated nutmeg

Method of preparation
Stir in a shaker of brandy, rum, Madeira and egg yolk with ice and
strain into a tall glass. The drink is completed with milk and on top
sprinkle a little nutmeg.
Suggestion
Egg Nogg is drunk hot or cold, depending on the season. It always contains milk
or sour cream. In the case of cold drinks, stir the yolk, sugar for the first time
and the spirits in a shaker, strain everything into a glass and it is
fill with milk.
home menu abbreviations return

Urda with dill

Ingredient:
urda (400 g), sour cream (2 tablespoons), butter (50 g), dill, salt.

Put the butter in a bowl and rub with a wooden spoon. Add the urda passed through a sieve, sour cream, salt to taste and beat well with a wooden spoon until it becomes like a cream. At the end, mix with dill. Place on a serving plate. Give the desired shape and keep for 2-3 hours in the cold, then serve. If you want, you can add green onions, finely chopped.

TARTINE WITH HAM

SPREADS WITH WHITE SAUCE WITH MUSHROOMS

SPREADS WITH LIVER PATE

SPREADS WITH PASTA OF STRONG BOILED EGGS

MARGARINE AND SARDINES

MUSHROOMS SPREADS

TARTINE WITH CHEESE

SNITEL FILLED WITH PORK OR CALF MUSCLES, CHICKEN BREAST, TURKEY, DOMESTIC RABBIT, HAM (PULP)

Norwegian salad with jumari

Ingredient:
eggs (6), grated cheese (150 g), sour cream (6 tablespoons), lemon (1), cucumber (1/2), chopped walnuts (1 tablespoon), apple (200 g), lettuce (1), celery , salt pepper.

Clean and wash all vegetables. Cut the cucumbers, apples and celery into pieces. Melt a little butter in a pan and make the scallops a little harder. Put the lettuce leaves on a round plate. In the middle, arrange the scissors. Mix a tablespoon of sour cream with grated cheese and cover with eggs. It is surrounded by a circle of red radishes. The rest of the sour cream is mixed with a tablespoon of lemon juice, salt, pepper and chopped vegetables. Put everything around the radishes. Garnish the middle of the plate with chopped walnuts.

Eggplant salad

Fish salad with vegetables and mayonnaise

Roe salad

Potato salad with eggs

Potato salad

Combined salad

Tomatoes stuffed with meat salad

Tomatoes stuffed with mayonnaise mushrooms

Potato pie

Piperada

Ingredient:
tomatoes (1 kg), bell peppers (4), ham (6 slices), onions (1), garlic cloves (1), eggs (6), oil, salt, pepper.

Bake the peppers and peel them. Cut into pieces and remove the seeds. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. Heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a saucepan. Put the cleaned onion and cut into thin slices, then the peppers and when they are almost cooked add the tomatoes and crushed garlic. Salt, pepper and simmer until all the juice is gone. During this time, brown the slices of ham and keep warm. Beat eggs like an omelet. Mix with the vegetables (after removing the pan from the stove) and put on low heat, at first, then faster and faster, taking care to stir constantly. As soon as the composition is homogeneous and without liquid, it is turned over on a plate.


18 essential elements of the diet for gastritis and gastroduodenal ulcer

This regimen, as well as some clear dietary principles, is an integral part of the treatment, as it allows the mucosa to recover, damaged by too much acidity.

Certain foods and their way of preparation can bring the pH inside the digestive system of the stomach and duodenum to normal values, preventing the aggravation of unpleasant symptoms, such as discomfort, pain, feeling of heaviness. 259 & # 537i v & # 259rs & # 259turile.

The diet specific to people with gastritis and ulcers, generated especially by the presence of Helicobacter Pylori, is based on leaf salads, some vegetables and fruits, peeled and possibly lightly prepared (by baking, boiling or baking), on white meat or beef, weak on boiled meat, preferably weak, very spicy and very spicy. 259 sauces.

Pre-fried foods and processed, high-fat foods, such as ready-to-cook or semi-prepared foods, hot dogs, hot dogs, biscuits or cream cakes, should be avoided. 259, fries, chocolate, ready-made sauces from the store, pastries and pastries, pies with br & acircnz & # 259.

1. Drinks allowed

Whole or partially skimmed milk is one of the most effective foods that can calm stomach acidity, being in times when there were not so many effective antacids, a treatment of choice. ulcer. In hyperalgesic gastric crises, a whole milk diet for 1-3 days was even recommended, consisting in the consumption of 2 liters of milk per day, distributed in 5-6 portions. Sweet milk neutralizes hydrochloric acid secretion, and by means of the contained lipids, the inhibition of gastric secretion is achieved.

Today, however, there are many adults who cannot stand milk, either out of feelings of revulsion or because of a lactase deficiency.In the case of gastritis, drinking yogurt, partially defatted, teas are allowed, except for matte tea, black tea, a weak coffee in the morning, and never on an empty stomach.

2. Avoid drinking

This includes alcohol, of any kind, from wine, beer to the country, as well as citrus juices, such as oranges, limes, tangerines or pineapples, industrial soft drinks.

3. What is the recommended weight?

Recommended is the wholemeal black bread, the dried rye, also as a garnish for grilling, the alloy, the tapioca pudding, the gray Chia pudding can be consumed without problems.

4. What to avoid

It is the one prepared from white flour, such as French baguette or fresh bagel, especially if the products are very warm and very fresh, because it is close to trays, tops with a lot of baking powder, pastries, bars and other products, either cooked in margarine, or containing baking powders in white, because they can irritate the gastric mucosa.

5. Recommended dairy products

It is recommended to eat white cheese, weak, because it is a good source of protein and helps to neutralize gastric acidity. The most recommended are urda, ricotta, fresh telemea & # 259t & # 259, lean & # 259, ca & # 537, cottage, br & acircnz & # 259 de vaci, br & acircnz & # 259 F & # 259g & # 259ra & # 537, sm & acircnt & acircna, br & acircn & .

6. Br & acircnzeturi to avoid

Avoid horseradish, gouda, French fatty cheeses: camembert, brie, Roquefort - they are very fatty, and in addition, mold irritates the lining of the upper digestive system (esophagus, stomach, cardiac sphincters). 537i pilori).

7. The meat must always be lean

The meat must be with less fat, cooked in the oven, grilled or boiled. It can be eaten turkey, chicken, lean beef, lamb chop bone, lamb leg, liver, brain.

8. Meat to avoid

Avoid fibrous meat & # 537i fat & # 259, pork, hot & # 259 & # 537i fat & # 259, mutton, goose, goat meat, fezandat meat & # 259, v & acircnat, c & # 259prioar & # 259, wild boars, rabbit, organs (heart, kidneys, tongue, belly), butter, anything, halves, sausages and smoked meats.

9. Pe & # 537tele good

The recommended one is the weak one: calcan, pl & # 259tic & # 259, p & # 259str & # 259v, & # 537al & # 259u, g & # 259tit preferably in the oven, & icircn baking sheet.

10. The ones who should be avoided are the fat ones

Avoid hard meats such as tuna, sardines, mackerel, herring, eel, moray eels, fish soups, mollusks and crustaceans and any other kind. pe & # 537te pr & # 259jit.

11. You & # 259le

They can be eaten after they have been cooked in soft, hard water. Avoid fried eggs, scrambled eggs or red mesh with halves.

12. Spices allowed

Allowed: herbs, preferably fresh, but also dried, blackberry, rosemary, mint, bay leaves, walnuts, vanilla, salt.

13. Spices to avoid

The following spices should be avoided: pepper, paprika, o & # 539et, mustard, hot peppers, cucumbers and blackberries.

14. Fresh fruits

The fruits will be eaten peeled or boiled, in compote or roasted. The allowed ones are: apples, pears, apricots, peaches, well-ripened bananas.

15. Forbidden fruits raw and sour

Fruits such as carrots, raspberries, currants, oranges, grapefruit, figs, chestnuts, green bananas, pineapples, pineapples are forbidden.

16. Vegetables allowed

We recommend fresh or cooked vegetables, such as: asparagus, red beets (preferably in the form of juice), carrots, squash, spinach, green beans and green beans. 259i, yellow & # 537i green, stem & # 259 leek, spinach.

17. Vegetables to avoid

Vegetables such as garlic, endive, eggplant, mushrooms, green cabbage, cucumbers, tolerate small quantities, if they are small, if they are total s & acircmburii), watercress, turnips, beans, peas, radishes, horseradish, bell peppers, dried vegetables.

18. Avoid getting too cold or too hot.

Avoid freezing or drinking hot drinks, for example, which cause contraction of the pylorus (the orifice between the stomach and the duodenum) with increased retention of food or stomach. gallbladder contraction.

In fact, patients with gastritis and gastroduodenal ulcers should avoid meat soups and fish, which contain peptones that cause excessive peppermint secretion of hydrochloric acid. as well as contraction of the gallbladder, adding to the gastric suffering and pain in the right hypochondrium, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting.

General rules & icircn diet for the patient with gastritis & # 259

There are some foods that can help the patient get gastritis under control and relieve symptoms. These foods include:

  • foods rich in dietary fiber: apples, porridge, broccoli, carrots.
  • fried foods: fish, chicken breast, turkey breast
  • foods with a lower acidity: certain vegetables
  • non-carbonated beverages
  • b & # 259uturile f & # 259r & # 259 cofein & # 259
  • probiotics are recommended: yogurt, cabbage & # 259 pickles & # 259 etc.

Foods that are very fatty are not recommended in the diet of the patient with gastritis, because they can aggravate the inflammation of the stomach lining. Here are some foods to avoid, on the grounds that it irritates the stomach of the gastritis patient:

  • alcohol
  • the coffee
  • acidic foods such as tomatoes and some fruits
  • fruit juice
  • fatty foods
  • fried foods
  • carbonated drinks
  • spicy foods
  • foods that contain allergens and foods that trigger symptoms.

The patient's lifestyle must be balanced

The patient with gastritis may notice an improvement in the signs and symptoms of the condition he is suffering from if he respects some essential elements:

  • Eat more often meals, and the portions of the movement are smaller - if the patient frequently suffers from indigestion, the portions of the movement must be smaller, more often, in order to relieve the effects of gastric acid in the stomach
  • Avoid foods that irritate the stomach lining - it is extremely important that the gastritis patient avoid those foods that irritate the stomach, especially spicy, acidic foods, fried foods or fatty foods.
  • Avoid alcohol - Drinking alcohol can irritate the stomach lining.
  • Consider other options regarding painkillers an option in this case, because this substance has a lower risk of aggravating stomach problems.

Even if there is no clear diet for gastritis, the development of H. pylori can be stopped by a diet rich in fiber, foods that contain flavonoids, such as certain types. of teas, onions, garlic, berries, celery, kale, broccoli, parsley, thyme, soy foods and legumes (such as lentils, kidney beans, black beans, soybeans, pinto beans and white beans Navy).

Nutrien & # 537i & # 537i supplements

Some dietary supplements may have a role in curing gastritis, experts say. Omega 3 fatty acids and probiotics are a good starting point. If you are considering the idea of ​​taking any kind of vitamin supplements, talk to your doctor or gastroenterologist first of all, because there is a possibility that some supplements may interact. 539ionize with the treatments you follow for other ailments you suffer from.

In patients with gastroduodenal ulcers, studies show that diet therapy, and the distribution of calories should be adjusted to meet the needs of patients seeking surgery. normalize their nutritional status and encourage healing.

Nutrition is recommended for these patients and may be different in the acute phase and in the recovery phase, and people have a high need for protein and certain micronutrients. such as vitamin A, zinc, selenium and vitamin C in the recovery period.

In addition, some studies have shown that vitamin C has a beneficial effect in eradicating H. pylori. Fibers and probiotics (yogurt, matured or frozen cheeses, pickled cabbage), also play an important role in the treatment of peptic ulcer, as they reduce the side effects of antibiotics. reducing the treatment period.

Thus, scientists say, a balanced diet is vital in the treatment of peptic ulcer, especially as some foods can prevent, treat or even soothe the symptoms of this condition.


The health benefits of oranges

Oranges are some of the most popular fruits in the world, but also some of the most nutritious. A single orange contains over 60 flavonoids and more than 170 phytonutrients. These powerful compounds are very helpful in the fight against diseases.

It is ideal to eat oranges as such, because the fibers in the fruit are very important, they are lost if orange juice is prepared. Dietary fiber slows down the absorption of sugar into the body. Oranges, like all citrus fruits, help the body absorb nutrients better and are a good source of vitamins and minerals.

Here are the most important benefits you will have if you eat oranges regularly:

They prevent cancer

An Australian study showed that citrus fruits reduce the risk of stomach, mouth, larynx and pharyngeal cancer by 40-50%. Oranges are an important source of vitamin C, an antioxidant associated with a reduced risk of colon cancer, but also other cancers. Oranges also contain many substances that fight this disease, such as phytonutrients and anthocyanins.

Maintain the health of the respiratory system

Oranges contain large amounts of beta-cryptoxanthin, a carotenoid that, according to a 2003 study published in & # 8222Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention & # 8221, reduces the risk of lung cancer by 27% and keeps the respiratory system healthy.

Rich in vitamin C

Vitamin C is the primary water-soluble antioxidant in the body, responsible for preventing the action of free radicals on cells and DNA, being known to stimulate the immune system, lower blood pressure and maintain eye health.

An orange (approx. 131 g) provides 116% of the RDA (recommended daily dose) of vitamin C.

Rich in antioxidants

Antioxidants reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease and premature aging by neutralizing free radicals and preventing oxidative stress in the body.

Improve immunity

The high concentration of vitamin C found in oranges stimulates the immune system, which can help prevent disease. Regular consumption of oranges can be a great way to prevent colds and flu.

Rich in dietary fiber

Oranges are a good source of dietary fiber, with a single orange providing 12.5% ​​of the RDA of fiber. Fiber helps support a healthy digestive system and can help with weight loss by balancing your metabolism. Fiber also helps lower LDL cholesterol.

Prevent diabetes

The natural fructose in oranges helps to balance blood sugar in both healthy people and people with diabetes.

Rich in potassium

Oranges are a good source of potassium. It helps lower blood pressure and maintain heart health. It is also essential for maintaining optimal bone density. Potassium deficiency is associated with osteoporosis.

Strong anti-inflammatory

Studies show that oranges are strong anti-inflammatory, due to a phytonutrient content, called hesperidin. Laboratory studies and animal tests have shown that hesperidin can reduce inflammation. Chronic inflammation can contribute to cardiovascular disease, cancer, arthritis and many other conditions. Vitamin C is also associated with a reduced risk of inflammatory diseases such as asthma, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Maintain heart health

Hesperidin also lowers blood pressure and cholesterol, according to animal studies. The anti-inflammatory properties of hesperidin and vitamin C also provide support to the cardiovascular system. And the potassium contained in oranges helps reduce blood pressure.

I keep my stomach healthy

Studies have shown that oranges can help treat stomach ailments such as irritable bowel syndrome, diarrhea, stomach ulcers and reduce the risk of stomach cancer. In addition, daily consumption of oranges reduces the possibility of H. pylori bacteria and infections in the body.


UNIQUE HEALING PROPERTIES OF WHEAT AND BARLEY JUICE

I invite you to talk again about wheatgrass and the juice extracted from it.

I grow wheatgrass and drink its juice in January and I continue to marvel at the beneficial effects of this wonderful gift.

I kept trying to document myself more and more. I searched in other languages ​​as well. I found a material in Russian that I deciphered with the online translator.

I have selected some and I store them here on the blog for the benefit of those interested:

Over time, man has discovered the healing properties of the plants he has dried and used as decoctions, extracts, balms, ointments, tinctures, etc.

It was noticed that a living plant has significantly greater healing power than dried or canned and a wide range of therapeutic effects on the human body.

Numerous scientific studies, dating back to 1936, have established that wheatgrass juice has the maximum therapeutic effect on the human body. Wheatgrass is the best life-giving source of physiologically active chlorophyll. The green chlorophyll pigment (chemical formula C55 H70 (72) O5 (6) N4 Mg), due to which, in fact, the photosynthesis process is carried out, occupies a special place among the constituent components of the vegetable sap. The unique role of chlorophyll in photosynthesis is due to its ability to absorb solar energy very efficiently and transfer it to other molecules. Chlorophyll is also called plant plasma.

Wheat juice (barley) contains up to 70% chlorophyll, which is actually the basis of plant life, a biochemical structure that mediates between the energy of the sun and the main life processes of the plant.

In its chemical formula, Chlorophyll resembles hemin (a constituent of hemoglobin) in the blood and plays a critical role in oxygen transport. Chlorophyll is called a "concentrate of solar energy." The positive influence of chlorophyll on the activity of vital human organs such as heart, intestines, uterus, liver, lungs, vascular system was revealed.

Numerous experiments have proven that chlorophyll blocks the growth and development of bacteria pathogenic and neutralizes free chemical radicals, which are promoters of pathological processes in a living organism. The juice, capable of chlorophyll, washes the human lymphatic system, nourishes and oxygenates the vascular system, cleanses the intestines and normalizes the functions of the mucous membranes of internal organs. Chlorophyll helps clean the damaged tissues of the human body, has a regenerative (regenerating) function and neutralizes toxins.

Wheatgrass juice is able to dissolves the sediment in the lungs, which is formed by inhaling acid gases. Neutralizes the harmful effects of carbon monoxide (CO) on the human body.

The juice is a source of active iron for the human body, thus helping to normalize the function of blood formation and blood pressure. Chlorophyll is able to purify the blood of pathogens.

The juice contains 19 important amino acids, a few hundred different enzymes, which are not always present and even more so in an active form in other foods. The juice contains 90 out of 102 essential minerals, vitamins and other essential nutrients for health.

It was found that one ounce (

28 g) wheatgrass juice is equivalent in vitamins and minerals to 2.2 lbs (

1 kg) of fresh vegetables. It contains most of the vitamins and minerals necessary for the vital functions of the human body, including the "evasive" vitamin B12.

Wheat germ juice causes a wide systemic effect on the human body. The effect is shown positive effect of the juice on the lymphatic system, the mechanisms of blood reproduction, the restoration of the general physiological balance of the body, the ability to remove toxic metals from cells, the restoration of liver and kidney function.

40 characteristics and positive effects of wheatgrass juice on human body:

1. Wheat germ juice contains up to 70% chlorophyll.

2. Chlorophyll is the first product of the sun's light energy and is therefore the most energy efficient compared to other plant products.

3. Wheat germ juice is a concentrate of chlorophyll and is easily consumed and absorbed without any toxic effects on the body.

4. Chlorophyll is the basis of plant life.

5. The juice of wheat seedlings, like other plants, is saturated with oxygen. When consumed, it oxygenates a person's brain, other tissues and organs, creating an optimal level of an oxygenated environment.

6. Chlorophyll has antibacterial effect and can be used as a remedy for internal and external use.

7. Wheat germ juice is assimilated by the body within minutes of ingestion and needs a minimum of energy for consumption and assimilation.

8. Chlorophyll stops the growth and development of all known pathogenic bacteria.

9. Chlorophyll improves hematopoietic function, has no toxic effects. Normal restoration of the number of red blood cells within 4-5 days of juice consumption even in animals (humans) with pronounced signs of anemia.

10. Due to its high magnesium content, chlorophyll participates in the synthesis of enzymes which restore sex hormones, activates the generative functions of the body.

11. Chlorophyll is present in many other plants, but in wheat seedlings the juice is the richest in the composition of physiologically active elements and contains more than 100 components necessary for the human body.

12. Herbivores that eat a single grass receive from the plant all the components necessary for its normal functioning and reproduction. Who has not noticed how a sick cat or dog nibbles and chews green grass, thus treating his ailments, given by nature.

13. There have been cases of chronic diseases lasting up to 30 years for the treatment of wheat seedlings with juice.

14. Chlorophyll, as a component of juice, easily penetrates tissues, cleanses and restores their primary functions.

15. Wheat germ juice has a more pronounced function of detoxifying tissues and cells than carrot juice or other fruits and vegetables. It is believed that 15 kilograms of wheat germ are equivalent in human value to 350 kilograms of carrots, lettuce, celery and other vegetables.

16. Chlorophyll in the juice of wheat seedlings is able to eliminate the remnants of medicinal chemicals from the body.

17. Chlorophyll is able to neutralize a number of known toxins.

18. Chlorophyll helps cleanse the liver.

19. Chlorophyll improves the condition of patients with diabetes.

20. Wheat germ juice normalizes the function of the sebaceous glands, cures acne and skin ulcers and even evens out scars after 7-8 months of regular use.

21. The American Journal of Surgery, in 1940, recommended chlorophyll as an antiseptic and presented a list of the following aspects of the use of chlorophyll in medicine: elimination of unpleasant odors from wound suppuration, neutralization of streptococcal infections, wound healing, improving the effectiveness of preventive vaccinations, against middle ear infections and inflammation, treatment of varicose veins and foot ulcers, treatment of rashes and inflammation of the skin, rectal ulcers, inflammation of the cervix, vaginal infections and more.

22. Wheat germ juice works as a detergent and deodorant of tissues and the human body.

23. Even a small amount of wheat germ juice eliminates tooth decay.

24. Rinsing the mouth with wheat juice for 5 minutes removes toothache, extracts toxins from the gums.

25. Gargling with wheat germ juice promotes wound healing and relieves sore throat.

26. To eliminate inflammation or mouth ulcers, it is enough to rinse your mouth with juice or chew wheat germ, spitting out the resulting pulp.

27. Consumption of wheat germ juice treats eczema and skin psoriasis.

28. Wheat germ juice prevents early thickening of the hair.

29. Consumption of wheat germ juice increases the physiological tone of the human body, improves health, strengthens physical and mental strength.

30. Wheat germ juice improves food digestion.

31. The positive effect of wheat germ juice on several blood diseases has been demonstrated.

32. Wheat germ juice contains highly active enzymes and enzyme systems.

33. Wheat germ juice cleanses the skin. The healing effect of the juice is observed within 15-20 minutes after applying the juice on the skin of the hands or face. Nutritional masks made from crushed wheat germ pulp are useful.

34. Wheat germ juice is extremely effective in treating the intestinal wall with enemas. After enema, wait 20 minutes with water, then inject 4 ounces (

110 ml) of juice and incubate for 20 minutes. The positive effect is immediately noticeable.

35. Wheatgrass juice is extremely effective for constipation.

36. The American scientist Dr. Bisher called chlorophyll "the concentrate of the sun's energy." In his scientific experiments, he brought the positive effect of chlorophyll on the activity of the heart, vascular system, intestines, uterus and lungs.

37. According to Dr. Bisher, nature itself uses chlorophyll as a cleansing agent for the body, a regenerator of tissues and cells and a neutralizer of toxins.

38. Wheat germ juice is able to dissolve sediment that forms in the lungs due to inhalation of acid gases. Chlorophyll neutralizes the negative effect of carbon monoxide (CO) on the human body, improves hemoglobin synthesis.

39. Wheat germ juice normalizes blood pressure, cleanses capillaries.

40. Wheat germ juice removes difficult metals and radionuclides from the body.

Emphasis is placed on three areas of the positive therapeutic effect of wheat and barley juices on the human body, the effectiveness of which has undoubtedly been proven: purification and normalization of blood composition, detoxification of the liver, intestinal hygiene. It seems that this is the juice from the seedlings of well-known and familiar crops of wheat and barley.

The first reports of the healing properties of barley and wheat seedlings are associated with some artifacts from prehistoric China 2800 years before the birth of Christ. The young cereal shoots were part of the worship ceremonies of the ancient Romans and Egyptians. This is also mentioned in the papyri found near the Dead Sea.

In the Dead Sea area, an interesting historical reference has been found regarding cereal germs. In the early 1900's, a historian named Edmund Bordeaux Szekely found a biblical manuscript that said, among other things:Don't kill your food with fire & # 8230 all cereal herbs are healthy food for people, and wheatgrass is the best ” . This little book can still be found in health food stores in civilized countries.

The first studies of wheat and barley juices began in Britain in the early 1800s. The beginning of modern research in this field should be considered the first search for biochemists at the University of Wisconsin (USA), who in 1935 described a "stimulating growth factor" in cereal seedlings, "different from all previously known."

This research was successfully continued in the 1940s by the American biochemist Dr. Charles Schnabel. Throughout America at that time, miraculous boxes of dry barley powder were known to be sold in pharmacies. Stories of Dr. Schnabel's miraculous healing for better health "with more vitamins than letters of the alphabet" have been widely reported in reputable publications such as Newsweek, Business Week, Time.

Among the existing cereals, the medicinal properties of green barley buds are probably the most studied primarily due to the efforts of Japanese scientist Yoshihide Hagiwara, owner of a large Japanese pharmaceutical company & # 8211 president of the Institute of Health. Hagiwara in Japan. After all, it is known that the Japanese, like no one else, know much about healthy eating. For 13 years, he studied the properties of juices from over 150 different plant species. Among these, Yoshihide Hagiwara chose barley, along with wheat, as the best source of nutrients needed by the human body for growth, recovery and health.

In the 1970s, Yoshihide Hagiwara, MD, who created several chemical pharmaceuticals with his own hands, was very ill, constantly working in the chemistry lab. He regained his health by consuming freshly squeezed juice from barley buds. After investigating the biochemical composition of dried barley seedling juice, Dr. Hagiwara found that it contains 11 times more calcium and 30 times more vitamin B1 than cow's milk, 5 times more iron than spinach, 4 times more vitamin B1. Than wheat flour, 7 times more vitamin C than oranges, 3.3 times more vitamin C and 6.5 times more carotene and 5 times more iron than spinach and rich in vitamin B12 (80μg / 100g) & # 8230 Also contains vitamins A, B2, B3, B5, B6, B8, vitamins E and K. One teaspoon of dry juice contains about 1 g of protein, 8 μg of iodine, 3.5 mcg of selenium, 870 mcg of iron, 62 mcg of zinc and other trace elements.

Patients suffering from pathological dehydration or arthritis are advised to consume celery juice because it is rich in organic sodium (28 mg / 100 g). Organic sodium, as you know, is able to keep calcium from the blood in solution and also promotes the dissolution of calcium salts located in the tissues of the joints. And it turned out that barley buds contain 775 mg (!) Of organic sodium per 100 g, or almost 28 times (!) More than celery rich in organic sodium.

According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins Institute's renowned medical center, 95% of arthritis patients have recovered almost completely by consuming two ounces of wheatgrass juice daily for three weeks.

Sodium-rich organic barley and wheat juice is also a source of organic sodium in the stomach, which increases hydrochloric acid secretion and improves food digestion.

Doctors are well aware of the strategic role of organic sodium, especially in the digestion of foods rich in animal protein, sugar and low fiber. For the digestion of such foods (breakdown of proteins into amino acids), an increased secretion of gastric juice (hydrochloric acid) is required. As a result, a residual amount of hydrochloric acid is formed, which is capable of destroying the delicate tissues of the epithelium of the stomach and intestines. To prevent this, the body includes mechanisms to neutralize excess hydrochloric acid, for example, through increased production of organic sodium, including with the participation of sodium-rich bile. When sodium is removed from the bile, its pH drops and the bile becomes acidic. With a chronic decrease in bile acidity to a critical level, stones begin to form in the gallbladder, which significantly threatens the normal functioning of the human body. With sodium deficiency, the bile becomes so acidic that it not only irritates the intestinal walls, but can also form ulcers. In fact, 90% of cases of duodenal ulcer are formed just near the bile ducts. The result of irritation of the intestinal walls with acid bile is the formation of polyps, malignant neoplasms, intestinal irritation syndromes and the like.

Another mechanism for neutralizing excess acidity is the increased secretion of glycoprotein mucin, which is a constituent of the mucus that protects the intestinal epithelium from excess acidity and other irritants. On the other hand, mucus is a constituent of mucous plaques (mucous membranes), which are formed with the excessive formation of mucus and become a refuge for various parasites, pathogenic bacteria, fungi and viruses.

And the consequence of acid bile and the formation of mucosal plaques are: incomplete digestion of food, unsatisfactory assimilation, accumulation of toxins, poor intestinal motility, mutations and displacement of beneficial bacteria, intestinal diseases, initiation of a number of chronic degenerative diseases. And all this is the result of a deficiency of the body of organic sodium electrolyte, whose richest natural source is the juice of barley seedlings (and of course wheat), which is able to fully compensate for the deficiency of organic sodium in the human body. That is why we approached in such detail the pathologies associated with the deficiency of this component of a healthy diet and the role of barley (wheat) juices in their treatment.

Antiestrogenic properties. Another antioxidant, vitamin E, succinate (VES), blocks the proliferation (division) of malignant tumors of the prostate, breast, leukemia cells.

Renowned researcher of barley bud juice Dr.Howard Lutz, director of the Institute for Preventive Medicine in Washington, DC, wrote: “Green barley grass is a strange product that has been researched for the past decade. It improves human vitality, sexual potency, clarity of thought and reduces dependence on things that are unwanted for us. Improves skin texture, eliminates dryness associated with aging. & # 8222

Biologist Dr. Yasuo Hotta of Piece University. California found a substance in barley (and later wheat) juice called P4D1. In studies regarding the properties of this substance, it has been found that P4D1 not only has a strong anti-inflammatory effect, but also fulfills the function of repairing (restoring) the damaged DNA of the cells of an organism animal. In other words, it has a preventive effect against the carcinogenesis, aging and biological death of living cells. It has also been found that factor P4D1 is able to suppress (depress) or treat pancreatitis, stomatitis, inflammation and oral ulcers, dermatitis and stomach ulcers.

Among the most famous and respected pioneers in the field of organic seed germination is American doctor Ann Wigmore, who, in the 1940s in Boston, first successfully used freshly squeezed wheatgrass juice to treat cancer patients considered hopeless by drug officials. She studied the medicinal properties of the sap of 47,000 plant species, most of which have been shown to be beneficial to human health. However, Wheat seedling juice, according to his observations, proved to be the most available for use and the most effective.

In the mid-1940s, at the initiative of Charles Kettering, former chairman of the supervisory board of the American automobile concern General Motors, substantial funds were invested in plant chlorophyll research with the participation of the best biochemical and medical laboratories in the United States. The research results were amazing and were published in over 40 scientific articles. The results of the research undoubtedly testified that Chlorophyll is an extremely powerful healing substance. The sponsor of these studies asked himself: & # 8222Why, then, is this unique factor not universally used as a therapeutic agent? & # 8221 And he answered himself: "When powerful pharmaceutical companies realize that a cheap chlorophyll drug is a much better remedy than expensive drugs, and every regular customer can make this simple drug at home, then who can make money for people's health?"

It is recommended to consume fresh juice within 60 minutes and no later than 3 hours after pressing. The juice can be cooled or frozen for a long period of use. Any indication against the use of wheat grass or barley juice was not recorded.

A prophylactic and therapeutic (curative) portion of daily juice consumption for a healthy person is recommended 1-4 ounces (

Serving wheatgrass juice

Wheatgrass juice has a slightly sweet taste, while barley juice is somewhat bitter. Wheat juice in sensitive patients on rare occasions can cause a mild allergic reaction or even nausea. Barley seedling juice has no such indications. The juice can be made at home using quite accessible and even primitive means.


Alina's Oranges - Recipes

& # 8216 & # 8217Healthy body with babesti remedies & # 8217 & # 8217 but. how effective they are even if today's medicine does not. admit

It costs nothing and makes you strong, beautiful, happy and healthy. These are the most effective recipes for cold days. We present natural procedures, herbal and food remedies, suggestions and little secrets, as well as a chart for the cold, which will do you good in 6 days.


* I. Immunity enhancers *

* Sweating in the steam bath *
In the past, every Romanian city had a common steam bath, a weekly meeting place, especially for men. Without scientific explanation, they felt that, especially in winter, the humid heat was good for their health. A truth confirmed today by science: high temperatures not only activate circulation, but at the same time stimulate the formation of immune cells. The excitement produced by the hot air on the mucous membranes helps especially to repel cold viruses. When the mucous membranes are heavily irrigated with blood, viruses cannot attach to them so easily.

* The reign of the slippers *
While you are at home, be sure to wear warm slippers. Cold feet trigger colds, say some British researchers at the Common Cold Center at Cardiff University. In their study, participants who took cold foot baths contracted a virus two to three times more frequently than the rest of the subjects. The explanation is as follows: lowering the temperature blocks the activity of leukocytes, which fight viruses.

* Long live yogurt! *
Natural, unpasteurized dairy products with probiotic bacteria strengthen the intestinal police, with which the body defends itself against pathogenic germs. Yogurt increases the property of certain cells to digest microbes and helps form immune cells. With one condition: to be consumed daily. It is important to always use the same type of yogurt (kefir, sour milk), as the producers use different bacterial cultures.
* Kiwi and mango *
To fight infections, our body consumes large amounts of zinc and vitamin C. Therefore, during the winter, it is necessary to regularly supply its deposits. Kiwi contains a lot of vitamin C. Mango provides us with zinc. We offer you an absolutely delicious prophylactic measure: cut a mango and two kiwis into small pieces and crush them until you get a fluffy cream. At the end you can sweeten it with a little honey.
*Garlic bread*
Does a head of garlic really protect us from flu infections? Until scientists reach a consensus, British researchers have found that garlic fans suffer less from coughs and colds. And if they still get sick, their cold passes three and a half days faster than the others. To prevent illness, you need to eat garlic every day for at least three weeks, best cut into small pieces and sprinkled on a slice of bread greased with butter or fried and greased with olive oil. An important detail: only raw garlic has this effect.

* II. Stimulants for the soul *

* Color spots *
Winter can be particularly gray. Not only the clouds and rains that take the place of the snow blur the colors of the landscape, but also the fashion designers, who dress women in black and gray tones. To fight depression, psychologists advise us to brighten up at least our house, with colored spots, choosing carpets or blankets in bright shades and decorating the rooms with flowers. Colors have a strong influence on our mood: most perceptions
sensory reach the brain through the eyes. The chromatic tones that bring happiness are: red (makes us active), orange (brightens us) and yellow (increases optimism).

* Eat hot and peppery *
It is not the sour that stimulates us, but the hot ones. Spices such as hot peppers, cayenne pepper and horseradish leave small painful impulses in the mouth. The brain reacts to them, commanding the body to make its own painkillers, which also induce the feeling of inner well-being. Specialists call this phenomenon Pepper-High-Effect.
Tip: Cut a few hot peppers into the spaghetti sauce or make a Mexican Tabasco sauce by mixing tomato juice with hot peppers, salt, vinegar and other spices to taste. If on the first try you hit it too fast, soothe the burn on your tongue with yogurt, milk, bananas or ice cream.

* The pleasure of smelling *
Fresh aromas act on us like a hot bath, after a tiring day, but much faster. Infinitesimal molecules enter the nostrils, being conducted through 20-30 million olfactory cells directly to the sensory center. The best olfactory stimulants can be found in all stores: cinnamon, lemons and mint.

* Battery charging *
Short afternoon sleep, which should last about 30 minutes, is a kind of hibernation. Its positive influence on the body and psyche has been scientifically proven: according to a recent study published in Greece, a nap three times a week improves productivity, boosts good mood, reduces stress and protects the heart. In the USA, the companies have arranged rest rooms for the sleepy employees in the office.
Look for a more secluded room, where you can lock the door, and tuck your head on a desk, using your arms as a pillow.

* Foods that make us happy *
In any well-stocked supermarket there are alternatives more worthy of consideration than antidepressant pills prescribed by doctors. The substance responsible for our good mood is called tryptophan and is an amino acid that participates in the production of serotonin, which triggers positive feelings in the brain. Here are the top foods with tryptophan in appreciable quantities:
* lemon juice (freshly prepared, from juice and white peel inside) - 450 mg / 100 ml
* real cheese (with holes) - 430 mg / 100 g
* ton - 300 mg / 100 g
* lean beef - 295 mg / 100 g
* chicken meat - 230 mg / 100 g

* III. Skin and hair conditioner *

* Pancake with lemon *
Lemon juice restores the shine of hair degraded by cold, wearing a hat and the dry winter air. Squeeze half a lemon in half a liter of warm water. After washing your head (using a non-aggressive shampoo), pour lemon water on your hair, without rinsing afterwards.

* Wet towels on the radiator *
It is often enough to spread a wet towel on the radiator, so that your hair is less frizzy. In winter, the hair is electrically charged, because dry air is not a good conductor of current. When you go on linoleum or synthetic fiber carpets, a static electricity is born and it accumulates in the hairs. Tip: sprinkle a few drops of aromatic oil on the towels.
* Cure with olive oil *
When you eat your scalp in the winter and dandruff forms on your temples, a night mask with olive oil can be very helpful. Pour in a saucer a quantity of oil measured with a glass of brandy. From time to time soak your fingertips in this oil that soothes the skin and gently massage the whole head. Allow the oil to act overnight, and in the morning, wash with a neutral shampoo. To avoid grease stains on the pillow, wrap it in a towel or put a cap on your head.

* Beautiful and healthy lips *
The better the blood circulation to the lips, the sooner the skin regenerates, and the small cracks heal faster. Instead of always using lip cream (grape), make it a habit to squeeze your lips tightly, pressing them together with your teeth, biting them lightly or massaging them with a soft brush, several times a day. .

* Oil gloves *
Do your hands get rough in winter? Buy a pair of surgical cotton gloves and cut their fingertips. In the evening, put them on your hands and soak them in olive oil, exactly on the portions where the skin is rough. With your fingertips free, you can wear them during the day, by phone, working on the computer or reading, while nourishing and soothing plant substances penetrate the degraded skin and reduce inflammation.

* Milk bath *
To nourish your skin all over your body, prepare a bath supplement of a liter of skim milk or a glass of sour cream, plus at least three tablespoons of honey, previously dissolved in a cup of boiling water. Pour the ingredients one at a time into the bath water, heated to about 35 ° C. If you like, add a few drops of essential oil. Stay in the tub for at least five minutes, but not more than twenty, then wipe well with a towel and go to bed immediately. Milk fat nourishes the skin, and honey provides the necessary moisture.

* Spruce and almonds against cold feet *
Cold feet can be warmed with a massage of spruce or juniper oil. It will increase the resistance to cold, because the essential oils activate the local circulation very quickly and sustainably. Supplement: add almond oil in a ratio of 1:10 and alternately massage your feet, vigorously, but gently, for a few minutes. Almond oil softens the skin and prevents the formation of corns.


* IV. Means of fighting cold *

*Baked apples*
Baked apples help against sore throats. Take three apples, hollow them in the middle and remove the seeds, grease them with honey and let them bake for about 30 minutes in the preheated oven at 180 & # 176 C. As soon as they have cooled, eat all three, to introduce enough pectin into the body. This activates the self-defense forces at the neck. Additionally, honey acts as a disinfectant.

* Potato treatment *
Hot porridge stimulates local circulation and thus reduces inflammation in the sinuses. Peel two or three potatoes, boil them until they become very soft, put them in a bowl with a little milk and crush them. Spread the hot paste, about the thickness of a finger, on two handkerchiefs placed on top of each other. Fold the handkerchiefs, making them an elongated package and place it on your nose, as warm as possible. As soon as the poultice has cooled, change it.

* Onion rings *
It is true that it smells of onions but. choose health
Aromatherapy for stuffy nose: the essential oils in onions disinfect and make breathing easier. Before going to bed, put a large onion, cut into slices, in a deep plate, and place it next to the bed, at head height. However, onion-flavored therapy only works if you do not open the window.

* Steam and health *
Hot steam with essential oils (highly recommended: eucalyptus) is the most effective therapy for inflammation of the throat and pharynx. The established method is simple: a pot of boiled water, a few drops of aromatic oil and a towel placed on the head.

* Clove coffee *
A quick-acting remedy for sore throats is cloves: they disinfect and soothe the pain. Crush them in a mortar or grind them in a coffee grinder and boil them with the coffee. One to three pieces are enough for a cup.

* Foot baths *
A long-proven cure for colds and coughs: foot baths with progressively heated water cause a pleasant warmth in the feet, while also improving local circulation in the mucous membranes of the nose and pharynx. Keep your feet in a basin of warm water at 35 & # 176C. Every three minutes, add hot water until the temperature in the basin reaches 40 & # 176C. If you do not have a fever higher than 38.5 & # 176C, a colder bath will be good. In this case, the water should not exceed 38 & # 176C. However, if your body is weakened due to the virus, you risk having circulation problems.

* Pepper boiled against temperature *
Reduce fever: rub in a mortar two teaspoons of black peppercorns, then boil them in half a liter of water with two teaspoons of sugar. Let them simmer until the amount is reduced to one cup. Consume the liquid throughout the day, taking a tablespoon.

* Sugar with lemon *
Good against irritating cough: if you don't have a cough candy at home, squeeze the juice from a lemon on a piece of sugar and suck it. Vitamin C and essential oils from the fruit disinfect the pharynx and activate the secretion of saliva.

* Healing soup *
The famous chicken soup fluidifies the secretions and fights the symptoms of the cold. American researchers have been able to prove, however, that it also has a therapeutic effect in viruses. Here's how we can prepare it to make it particularly tasty. Put the chicken in cold salted water and heat until it boils. Add an onion cut in half, with two cloves stuck in it, and let it boil for about an hour on low heat. Then add a piece of celery, 2-3 carrots, a parsnip, a bunch of parsley, a gully, three peppercorns and continue to boil. When the vegetables are cooked, take the chicken out of the pot, cut it and put it back in the soup.

* Shock drink *
Shorten the virus: according to a study conducted at the University of Jerusalem, the shock extract makes the cold go away three to four days faster and can even fight the flu. Black beans contain a lot of vitamin C and iron, essential components for the system
immune. Recipe for a hot shock drink: half a liter of shock juice is mixed in half a liter of water and boiled well. Season with two cloves, a cinnamon stick, as well as the juice and grated peel of a fresh orange. Sweeten with honey.

* Don't forget the ginger *
Breathing aid: Traditional Chinese medicine teaches that green chives and ginger act on the lungs, normalizing breathing. Boil 15 g of fresh ginger, along with 120 g of pears. Beat two eggs and mix them in the hot paste. It is eaten in the evening, before bed.

* Poultices with various additives *
The heat, on its own, will do you good when you have a sore throat. But there is an additional help: poultices with healing content.Take a cotton or linen napkin, fold it lengthwise and spread on it one of the following remedies: onion scales, hot, crushed potatoes, lemon slices, 250 g of warm cottage cheese. Or soak the cloth in melted lard in a pan. Wrap the poultice around your neck and cover with a dry towel.

* Paper (Clinex) with vinegar *
Unclog your nostrils: soak a paper handkerchief in vinegar until it is all soaked, sprinkle freshly ground black pepper on it and place it on your chest, the face with the pepper facing down. Stay at rest for 20 minutes, after which you can wipe your skin with a warm towel.

* Gargle with aloe juice *
If you do not have a pain, but rather an embarrassment in the throat, it can be stopped with the following procedure: every hour, gargle with juice or undiluted aloe gel, which you can buy from pharmacies or at health food stores. The active substance contained in aloe leaves soothes the mucous membranes and reduces inflammation.
Caution: do not swallow the liquid you are gargling with, as it may have a laxative effect.

* Beets and horseradish at a great price *
Release clogged sinuses: drink 1/4 l of beetroot juice daily, eating 20 g of grated horseradish right then. The betanin pigment, contained in beets, helps to release bacteria attached to the mucous membranes. Horseradish volatile oils neutralize germs.

* Plantain infusion *
Plantain tea relieves all respiratory infections. It has an antibacterial action and dilates the bronchi. It also contains mucus that fights cough. Preparation: pour 1/4 l of boiling water over two teaspoons of plantain, cover and infuse for ten minutes, then drink in small sips.

* Not so hot *
When you have a cold, let the drinks be very hot
cool a little. For example, if you drink an almost boiling medicinal tea, the high temperature will make the already irritated pharynx suffer even more. The consequence: the bacteria that the tea should fight with will find a new favorable ground to multiply.

* 6-day recovery plan *
If you go to the doctor, the cold lasts seven days, if you do not go, it lasts a week, this is the empirical rule regarding typical colds. But whoever will fight the symptoms guided by our developer will recover sooner.
Day 1: How do you feel: Your head and limbs hurt, you are weak, do you have difficulty concentrating?
What to do: Strengthen your immune system with a massive dose of vitamins: drink a glass of hot lemon juice three times a day and, in addition, take a multivitamin preparation. For headaches, take acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin). Go to bed early.
Day 2: How do you feel: It will sting your throat and eat your nostrils? What to do: Suck cough candy. Every three hours, gargle with salt water. In the evening, a hot bath. After that, drink a large cup of lime tea (adults can put in it a drop of rum or alcoholic echinacea extract). Wrap up to keep you warm, get plenty of sleep and sweat.
Day 3: How do you feel: Do your muscles and bones ache, are you hoarse, do you have a stuffy nose? What to do: Stay in bed, don't go to work. Take aromatic inhalations every three hours to release nasal secretions. Also every three hours, gargle. Talk as little as possible, save your vocal cords.
Day 4: How do you feel: Now your nose is running full and you start a dry cough? What to do: Stay in bed, eat something light (for example a chicken soup). To keep the nasal mucosa moist, use salt water. Against cough, suck candy with sugar (sugar disinfects). In the evening, apply a cold ointment to your chest.
Day 5: How you feel: You no longer have a fever, and the cough has almost disappeared. But the cough gets stronger. What to do: Drink plenty of fluids, preferably herbal teas. If you want to use cough tea, follow the instructions for preparation, because the effect obtained depends on the duration of infusion.
Day 6: How you feel: You have almost passed the hop, but you are still powerless. What to do: Refill your body's vitamin and mineral stores, emptied of disease. For this,
eat lots of fresh vegetables and fruits. Rest as much as possible. However, it is good to go out for a while in the fresh air, but without getting tired.

source: Internet


The story of the cases

How will Elif's story help us understand the cases in Turkish? Very simple, you will see, we will explain everything in this part of the article. But before we get there, you should know that in Turkish there are, in addition to the nominative, five other cases: the locative, the dative, the accusative, the ablative and the genitive. Don't be scared, you don't have to remember them by these names, although it wouldn't hurt. More importantly, understand that these cases are different a lot compared to those in Romanian. What to do in this situation? Because you still have to put an end to them, because without them, communication will be clumsy. You don't have to strain or stress, cases in Turkish are not difficult, you just have to understand the different way Turks think when it comes to cases.

Now, all you have to do is imagine that you have in front of your eyes a white sheet of paper, white-white, whiter than snow, on which absolutely nothing is written. This white paper is what you know right now about the Turkish cases, meaning nothing. The idea is that you don't have to think about the existing cases in Romanian, which you have to forget (only when you express yourself in Turkish, not always!). The cases in Turkish are different and must be understood without comparing to what you remember from the grammar class in the sixth grade. What do you say, are you ready to start? And, don't forget, no comparisons!


Why meat is good for the body. Here are the benefits

Eating meat has many health benefits, such as eliminating skin diseases, strengthening the immune system, energy, repairing tissues, protecting the body against infections.

It helps produce hemoglobin and is a rich source of protein and other essential amino acids.

Poultry, pork, beef, lamb, seafood are some of the types of meat that are just as essential because they are tasty.

The common denominator in all this is the protein that people need.

Protein is converted into energy in our body and helps manage daily functionality.

The recommended daily protein intake is 46 grams for adolescent girls and women, 56 grams for men.

Children need about 19-34 grams, and teenage boys need 52 grams of meat.

There are certain benefits that are exclusive to meat consumption and cannot be replaced by vegetarian diets.

Many lifestyle diseases, such as cholesterol, diabetes, skin problems have appeared very recently in the history of evolution.

Studies have shown that people who do not eat meat are more likely to suffer from neurotransmitter problems, such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders.


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Comments:

  1. Jermane

    I can speak a lot on this issue.

  2. Net

    Where do you get the info for posts if it's not a secret?

  3. Mago

    Remember this once and for all!

  4. Yozshuran

    now one question: who will get me from under the table !?

  5. Tojarn

    Yes indeed. All of the above is true. Let's discuss this issue.



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