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Did You Know – 01/20/2020

 

1.You can slash your risk of death by 27% if you work up a sweat at least once a week.  Source British journal of Sports medicine

2.    Make some rules! – 3+ hours is about the amount of time teens spend on Social media a day when it affects sleep. A Scottish study found those aged between 13-15  who spent 3-5 hours on social media went to bed later, woke later and had trouble getting back to sleep after waking during the night. So parents for the sake of their heath make some rules!! – (House of Wellness)

 

3.  Hypnosis helps a person to change their thinking pattern. Thinking bad thoughts? Change them. Think differently and you will feel differently and you will act differently.

 

4.  Australians have been accidentally  eating a fish unknown to science. It is a type of grouper which is said to be quite tasty – More info 

 

5. The 10 reasons to eat a whole avocado each day. (suits me) – a. a single serving of Avo supplies over 20 crucial vitamins minerals and properties our body apparently needs. b. Healthy fat  c. helps lower blood triglycerides and LDL. Increases HDL d. Aphrodisiac e. Weight loss F. Helps regulate blood pressure. G. Helps boost nutrient absorption processes. H. Helps treat artritis symptoms. I. The amount of zeaxanthin and lutin in the avocado helps reverse the macular degeneration and hop improve e health.  J. Half an avo helps regulate blood glucose levels, insulin and lower the overall risk of diabetes. k. Avo’s are rich in fibre , 25% soluble and 75% insoluble. L. Bone health – contains copper, Vitamin K and folate . source Cleanfoodhouse.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Did You Know – 8/06/2018

1. The Hawaiian Alphabet has only 13 letters. It includes five vowels and eight consonants

2. Smart Bandages – Researchers at Tufts University USA have come up with a brilliant innovative tech. Although only in the clinical trial period, if successful it could put an end to infections and amputations in people who have chronic skin wounds.

This bandage which looks like a clear sticking plaster houses both heat and PH detecting sensors together with a dose of thermally activated medicine. Infected wounds and burns generate higher temperatures and Ph levels that healthy skin, so as soon as the sensors notice anything out of the norm they send a drug releasing microbes straight to the area.
It appears there are many Universities looking into this so I guess it is something that we can look forward to in the future.

3. Sex and Fruit – According to Dr Yen Ying Lim, of the Cognitive aging laboratory at the Florey institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health in Victoria, Australia, having sex on a regular basis and heaps of fruit especially berries and cherries help your memory work at its best. Things that break down the protection of our brain are inactivity, being Obese, high cholesterol and blood pressure.

4. Clench your fist – While we are on the subject of Memory researchers of the Montclair State University in the USA have discovered that making a fist seems to help memory and recall.
Clench your right fist when you want to remember something and clench your left fist later to help recollect the memory.

5. An Orange a Day Keeps macular degeneration away – Researchers from Westmead institute discovered that by eating one orange a day the flavonoids they contain helps to prevent macular degeneration. Try changing from an apple a day to the orange a day and you may have happy eyes

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