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HOW TO RELIEVE STRESS
06 Apr
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HOW TO RELIEVE STRESS

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Doctors claim that 75-90% of diseases are associated with nervous overstrain. Depression, anger, and fear drain the body emotionally and physically. When a person is in a state of stress, then, first of all, it is necessary to remove aggressiveness and irritability, relieve intestinal spasms, and reduce the heart rate. Under constant stress, the body's restorative abilities are depleted. This is because in stress our body consumes an extra huge amount of vitamins, trace elements, and amino acids. To relieve stress, it is very important to replenishing their deficit. The cardiovascular system suffers from high levels of stress. In some people, with emotional overstrain, constant, chronic anxiety "keeps" high blood pressure.

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MALVA PROFILE
05 Apr
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MALVA PROFILE

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Malva is a plant from the Malvaceae family, that has large bright pink flowers The herb contains polysaccharides, alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins, fatty acids (malvic and sterculous), vitamin A and C, carotenoids. The flowers contain the coloring anthocyanins. The seeds contain up to 18% fatty oil.

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GRAPE SEED EXTRACT AND GRAPE SEED OIL
25 Mar
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GRAPE SEED EXTRACT AND GRAPE SEED OIL

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Do you consume grapes with seeds? Whole grape seeds irritate the stomach and intestines, but as a meal or extract, they are a useful product, that has a number of beneficial properties. Grape seeds contain a large number of trace elements: calcium, magnesium, iron, sodium, potassium. Vitamins: A, B1, B2, B5, B6, C, E, K, PP, folic acid, chlorophyll. Grape seed oil contains the most powerful natural antioxidant known to science, procyanidine. Fatty acids in grape oil: linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, palmitoleic acid, linolenic acid, arachidic acid. It cannot be synthesized in the human body and must be supplied with food. Grape seed oil is a good source of it.

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DO YOU SMOKE?
24 Mar
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DO YOU SMOKE?

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10 food products that neutralize nicotine in the body. Smoking cigarettes causes vitamin deficiency, which means that a weakened body cannot fight various diseases. Doctors recommend to eat the fruits and vegetables that contain the necessary elements. Broccoli is known as a vegetable that contains a huge amount of vitamins B5, C and B, which are responsible for important processes in the human body. Eating broccoli, you can fill your body with the necessary vitamins, and increase your metabolism. The product contains the NRF2 gene, which is able to cope with the excess of harmful substances.

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DANGERS OF VITAMIN K DEFICIENCY
22 Mar
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DANGERS OF VITAMIN K DEFICIENCY

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Scientists have found that a lack of this trace mineral can lead to early aging. With a lack of this substance in the human body, the level of interleukin decreases. This can provoke problems with the immune system, eventually accelerating the aging of the entire body. The main function of vitamin K is to regulate blood clotting. Vitamin K helps in the regulation of blood clotting by transporting calcium throughout the body. If somewhere the vessels are damaged, it forms a clot, and the bleeding stops. Vitamin K helps in the treatment of blood disorders. It can help with kidney function, as well as improve the interaction of calcium and vitamin D. The combination of these two trace elements strengthens the skeletal system and connective tissue. It helps children to develop the skeleton, and the elderly - to fight osteoporosis. Sufficient amount of vitamin K contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.

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THE POWER OF ROSEMARY
18 Mar
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THE POWER OF ROSEMARY

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Rosemary belongs to the classic spicy plants. Its medicinal properties were noticed by the ancient Greeks and Romans. They added this spice to food to relieve anxiety, treat stomach upsets, and stimulate digestion. Rosemary contains: vitamins A, B1, B2, B4, B6, B9, C, K, PP macro-, microelements (calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, manganese, selenium, copper) fatty, amino acids (oleic, linoleic, palmitic, valine, lysine, tryptophan, etc.) tannins essential oil

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CLOVES: BENEFICIAL SPICE
18 Mar
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CLOVES: BENEFICIAL SPICE

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Cloves are the unopened and dried flower buds of an evergreen tropical clove tree. Clove has long been one of the most popular spices, because it has an exquisite aroma and a bitter-tart pungent taste. It is added to a wide variety of products, including confectionery, desserts, drinks, first courses, as well as mushroom, fruit and berry, meat and vegetable marinades and sauces. Today, cloves are actively used in the production of wine, in bakery. They are widely used in medicine, cosmetology and perfumery.

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CHICORY
11 Mar
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CHICORY

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Chicory is a plant, that grows in meadows, forest glades, grassy slopes, often as a weed in wastelands, fields, near roads, near settlements. It is found in Eurasia, North Africa. As an invasive species, it is found in South Africa, North and South America, Australia and New Zealand. Chicory is used as flavoring and aromatic additives to various food products: coffee and coffee drinks, confectionery. Chicory root contains polysaccharide inulin (up to 49%). Pharmacists use it as a prebiotic - a substance that has a beneficial effect on the intestinal microflora.

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OLIVE LEAF
10 Mar
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OLIVE LEAF

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Olive trees have been cultivated in the Mediterranean since ancient times. They were revered as sacred plants. The ancient Greeks considered Olive trees the creation of the goddess of wisdom and justice Athena. Even now the olive tree is a symbol of holiness, abundance, peace, victory, wisdom, health, and a long, fruitful life. Olive trees are exposed all year round to hot sunlight and the salubrious sea climate of the Mediterranean. This gives unique properties to the fruit, and to the olive leaves. Archaeological documents confirm that the beneficial properties of the olive leaf were known to poeple several thousand years ago. The olive leaf, which has a strong antimicrobial effect, was used to mummify deceased kings. It has also been used since ancient times to heal as an anti-febrile remedy and to heal purulent wounds. A decoction of olive leaves is useful for normalizing blood pressure.

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SPICY AND BENEFICIAL CUMIN
08 Mar
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SPICY AND BENEFICIAL CUMIN

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Cumin is a culinary spice, that has a pungent taste and a warm spicy scent. It also is a natural herbal remedy that can treat certain diseases or reduce health problems. Much research has been done in recent years to understand the benefits of this plant better. Cumin is rich in iron, that optimally transports oxygen in the body. Remember to combine it with other foods like lentils or fish.

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