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Boost the Immune System with Vitamins

The immune system is a defense mechanism comprising many biological structures that protect us against diseases, but do we know how to support it so it can function properly? Vitamins come into prominence when the immune system is mentioned. Let’s find out vitamins that contribute the immune system and their daily intake

One way to strengthen the immune system is to get enough vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Almost all vitamins have a specific effect on a strong immune system. Our immune system continuously struggles against airborne viruses, carcinogenic particles and bacteria every day. According to research, vitamin and mineral deficiencies increase the need for nutrients in different periods of our lives and cause our immune system to stop functioning properly. Although elderly people, in particular, seem to be at higher risk for these deficiencies, is this an inevitable characteristic of aging? If not, is it the physiological process, food consumption for many years, incorrect nutrition habits, increasing needs or a combination of all these? Unfortunately, there is no clear answer. Although this entire story hasn’t been revealed, some nutrients that have an important role to boost the immune system have been confirmed.

Here are vitamins that strengthen your immune system, increase your body’s resistance and their daily intake. Remember that these values are beneficial in boosting your immune system and increasing your quality of life.

Vitamin A Daily intake: 5.000 International Units (IU)

Vitamin B6 Daily intake: 2-50 milligrams (mg)

Vitamin C Daily intake: 60-500 mg

Vitamin D Daily intake: 400 IU

Vitamin E Daily intake: 100-400 IU

Zinc Daily intake: 15 mg

Vitamin A helps body regenerate itself

Vitamin A is indispensable as it is an antioxidant that boosts the immune system. While investigating the effects of vitamin A in children, it was revealed that even a lack of vitamin A in the middle level could negatively affect their respiratory tracts and weaken their immune defenses. Vitamin A deficiency damages the mucosal barrier, which is the natural defense of the respiratory tract; thus, bacteria and viruses benefit from this damage. For example, after an influenza virus attack, a normal person can recover the protective periphery, while an unhealthy cell can easily replace a healthy cell in a person with a vitamin A deficiency, which means a more severe disease and a new second infection.

Foods known to be high in vitamin A are sweet potatoes, carrots and spinach. Support your body in this battle for a quality life and prefer high-nutritional foods in your kitchen.

Vitamin B6 especially good for elderly people

A study was conducted at the Freidman School of Nutrition Science and Policy of Tufts University in Boston. Researchers discovered that the immune system of elderly people is weak since they almost completely remove vitamin B6 from their eating routines. The amount of vitamin B6 needed daily to restore your immune system’s power should be more than 2 milligrams. When 50 milligrams of vitamin B6, the maximum intake recommended per day, was given to the participants, it was discovered that the power of the patients’ immune system was increased to a higher level than before.

It doesn’t matter whether you are young or old. Eat chickpeas, turkey, potatoes and bananas and drink plum juice to increase the amount of vitamin B6. A banana provides 33 percent of your daily intake of B6, while a glass of plum juice provides 28 percent of it.

Vitamin C supports white blood cells

In the medical world, the general consensus is that vitamin C is vital for the production of white blood cells that gather around infected cells and attack, destroy and clean them.

Many fruits and vegetables contain high amounts of vitamin C. For example, 220 grams of orange juice has 200 percent of vitamin C that we need daily. Half a cup of chopped raw red pepper contains 158 percent of what our body needs to take. The real question is: Is the daily amount sufficient for our immune system to work at a high level? Researchers have not yet clarified the answer. However, many nutritionists say that vitamin C intake at least between 500 and 1,000 milligrams a day is important in terms of strengthening the immune system.

I’m sure many of you consume citrus fruits to protect from influenza and similar diseases since they are high in vitamin C. However, citrus fruits have other benefits, such as protecting against cancer, reducing cardiac problems and lowering blood pressure. Citrus fruits, such as oranges, lemons, grapefruits and mandarins, were first grown in south-southeastern Asia and Australia. Now, they are produced around the world, including Turkey, since they are healthy and delicious. Oranges are one of the most consumed citrus fruits. Seventy million tons of oranges, on average, are produced per year in the world. Research shows that citrus fruits prevent the process of cancer as they contain flavonoids and phytochemicals. (Phytochemicals are the common name used to describe bioactive chemical substances found in fruits and vegetables.)

Vitamin D prepares your bones for winter

Canadian researchers have observed that the amount of vitamin D in the bloodstream significantly decreases during autumn and winter months. They found that the amount of vitamin D in one-third of the people that they tested decreased to such a level that it would affect the bone regeneration function of the body. Scientists who did this research in the U.S. reached the same result. Our skin uses solar energy to produce vitamin D. We naturally don’t want to go out in cold weather, which means we get less daylight in the winter. While we are out in winter, daylight has a weaker effect on our bodies, and the substances that are effective against daylight in our moisturizers also reduce vitamin D production.

A multivitamin that we take once a day will satisfy our daily intake of vitamin D. Our daily need for vitamin D is 400 IU. Exposure to sunlight for a few minutes per day helps our bodies to restore vitamin D levels. In mineral, calcium and vitamin supplements that some of us consume, the sufficient level of vitamin D also exists.

In people at risk of vitamin D deficiency, commonly, they don’t often consume milk products and don’t go out much.

Vitamin D increases serotonin, which is important for mental health. It strengthens your immune system, helps your nervous and muscular systems to work properly and provides protection against some kinds of cancer. The easiest way to take advantage of vitamin D is to spend 15 minutes in sunny places several times a week without using any protective cream. If weather conditions do not allow this, get vitamin D from milk, egg yolk or food supplements.

Vitamin E helps fight infections

According to researchers, vitamin E supplements improve the levels of interferon and interleukin that strengthen the immune system. Both of these biochemicals are produced by the immune system to fight against infections.

Vitamin E also helps to prevent oxidative damage in the body. This form of damage is associated with reduced immune response. The killer cells of the immune system also cause a bad outcome when they attack viruses, bacteria and other occupants and perform their duties. This result is the emergence of terrible free roots. Free roots are unstable molecules that steal electrons from healthy molecules to balance themselves and weaken or damage cells. Vitamin E helps these free roots, presenting them their own electrons.

Zinc helps to form immune cells

Like iron, zinc is the first wave of immune warriors. It is very important to have enough troops in this first wave. The slight presence of zinc in the body means that when an invader arrives, the lymphocytes will react much slower and with less force than normal.

Fortunately, serious zinc deficiencies are rare in general. Common zinc deficiencies are usually tolerable. Vegetarians are usually those at greatest risk of zinc deficiency because meat and seafood are foods high in zinc. Keeping your daily zinc intake at 15 milligrams is enough to keep your immune system functioning properly. Indeed, getting this amount isn’t very hard. Eighty-five grams of any kind of lean red meat provides nearly 32 percent of your daily zinc intake.

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Purslane, Health Coming with Spring

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A new season comes with a bunch of health fruits and vegetables and the star of a healthy spring is purslane without a doubt

Purslane, whose history goes back centuries, is one of the miraculous plants that comes with spring. Its leaves are smooth, thick and spherical. Depending on the variety, the leaves may be 1.5 or 2 centimeters long. In the development period, the round and thick roots spread from the center of the plant and are generally reddish. The plant grows in everywhere in Turkey. Purslane, which is a cure-all with a sourish taste, is an important green-leafy vegetable rich in calcium, vitamin and iron. Purslane also contains omega-3’s. Here are some unknown benefits of purslane:

A strong antioxidant

The leaves of purslane are rich in vitamin A and C. Purslane is especially rich in Vitamin A. This vitamin has an effective role in the treatment of eye diseases and protection from various illnesses. Besides, it clears the skin from dead cells with its antioxidants. While Vitamin A protects the body against cancer, it also helps the treatment of oral diseases. There is a high amount of Vitamin C in purslane leaves. Vitamin C boosts the immune system and protects the body against illnesses.

Rich in minerals

Purslane contains calcium, zinc, phosphor, manganese and copper. Zinc is helpful in improving the functions of the immune system. It also protects the body from free radicals that can cause cancer. Magnesium is effective on the skin and hair health. It is a protection against depression. It has an important role in vitamin and mineral absorption in the body. Magnesium is useful in the treatment of asthma and allergic illnesses, as well. With its strong antioxidant effect, it becomes a shield against any cancer.

Thinking calcium and copper as less effective is impossible. While calcium provides bone development, copper is effective in the absorption of minerals, such as calcium and iron. Copper has an importance in the production of hemoglobin in the body. A copper deficiency can cause impairment in the immune system, drops in bodily resistance, dermatological diseases and neurological problems. Phosphor and calcium are responsible for bone and tooth health in the body. Calcium is also necessary for nerve, muscle and blood functions. In order to benefit from all these vitamin and minerals, you need to consume purslane regularly.

Enemy of bad cholesterol

According to research, purslane decreases the production of LDL, which is bad cholesterol.

Diet friendly

One-hundred grams of purslane contains 16 calories. This can be a good news for people who are trying to limit their calorie intake. It is diet-friendly with its low calories. Besides, it is full of dietary fiber which makes you feel full after meals. It limits your nutrition and helps you to lose weight.

Heart friendly

The omega-3 fatty acid in purslane has an effective role in cardiovascular health. Omega-3 is in the category of polyunsaturated, essential fatty acids. Your body cannot produce essential fatty acids. Therefore, you should take them from foods. Ethnobiologists who search for the relation between primitive societies and the plants around them believe that the plants people ate long ago were providing more nutrients than the ones that we consume today. For instance, people were consuming 390 milligrams of vitamin C on average from fruits and vegetables in a day 10,000 years ago. However, a person consumes only 88 milligrams of vitamin C per day in the present. Therefore, nutrition rich in vitamin C is important, especially in mid seasons. Try to consume green-leafy vegetables often such as purslane.

Foods for a healthy heart

Salmon: Salmon is a natural omega-3 source. In order to have a healthy heart, consume fish rich in omega-3 two times a week.

Dried fruits and nuts: Dried fruits and nuts are full of heart-friendly omega-3 fats. Hazelnuts, walnuts and pistachios are the three-highest nuts rich in omega-3. Pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds also have a high level of omega-3. They are perfect snacks for picnics. Hazelnuts also make you feel full and keep you away from junk foods.

Olive oil/Rapeseed oil: They contain mono and polyunsaturated omega-3 fats which are beneficial to cardiovascular health and decrease inflammation. These oils are perfect options for cooking. In order to benefit from their quality, add some to your salads along with colorful and fresh vegetables. You will have a low-calorie and delicious meal.

Grapefruit: Citrus fruits, especially grapefruits, contains Vitamin C, which decreases inflammation causing stroke and heart diseases, flavonoids and antioxidants. Add it to your salad or its sauce. It can be also a cold juice alternative in the summer months.

More and more foods..

Pomegranate: Pomegranates contain antioxidants called polyphenol. These antioxidants provide protection against heart diseases, decreasing bad cholesterol and blood pressure and slowing the plaque forming in arteries. Pomegranate antioxidants are three times more beneficial than those found in green tea. You can freshen it up, adding it to frozen yogurt, light desserts and salads.

Garlic: Garlic helps protect from heart diseases, slowing down fat storage in the arteries and dropping blood pressure. You can add it to tomato sauces for pasta or with whole-wheat bread. You can use it as a sauce in the summer after mixing it with spices or vegetables.

Avocado: Avocados are a fruit containing monounsaturated and healthy fats which helps to lower cholesterol. Avocados are also rich in folate and Vitamin E, C and B6. Add it to salads, soups or sauces. You will add both color and taste to your food.

Cornelian cherry: Cornelian cherries have antioxidants that protect the heart. Actually, it increases cholesterol removal that is regulated by the liver. Flavonoids called anthocyanin protect from cells injury and repair injured cells. They help lower bad cholesterol and provide relief to blood vessels. Consume purple-colored fruits and vegetables four or five times a week.

Prepare and present purslane

Purslane stems and buds can be eaten. Cut rigid roots and stems, using a sharp knife. In order to protect most of the nutrients, keep it at a low temperature and cook quickly. Even if its antioxidants decrease while cooking or frying, its minerals, carotenes and flavonoids can be protected by cooking with steam.

Fresh, raw leaves can be used as a salad. Here is a perfect purslane salad: Cut two bunches of parsley finely and pluck the leaves of purslane. Mix these two in a bowl. Add a cucumber and some tomatoes if you want. Add sheep’s sorrel, rocket and radish to your salad. Add two soup spoons of olive oil and one soup spoon of fresh lemon juice to your salad. Your salad is ready to consume.

Purslane stem and leaves that are sauteed with onion and garlic can be consumed as a garnish together with meat, fish and chicken.

Purslane can be consumed as a soup, as well. Here is a perfect purslane soup: Clean and wash the purslane. Put some oil in a stock pot and add the purslane. Cook the purslane for a few minutes until it softens. Then put some water and bring it to a boil. Mix flour, garlic, lemon juice and salt in a blender. After the purslane is cooked, add it to this mixture. Add hot water and your soup is ready. You can also consume purslane in your breakfast with cheese.

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Have a Healthy Spring with Proper Nutrition

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healthy spring

A new season comes with a bunch of health fruits and vegetables and the star of a healthy spring is purslane without a doubt!

Purslane, whose history goes back centuries, is one of the miraculous plants that comes with spring. Its leaves are smooth, thick and spherical. Depending on the variety, the leaves may be 1.5 or 2 centimeters long. In the development period, the round and thick roots spread from the center of the plant and are generally reddish. The plant grows in everywhere in Turkey. Purslane, which is a cure-all with a sourish taste, is an important green-leafy vegetable rich in calcium, vitamin and iron. Purslane also contains omega-3’s. Here are some unknown benefits of purslane:

A strong antioxidant

The leaves of purslane are rich in vitamin A and C. Purslane is especially rich in Vitamin A. This vitamin has an effective role in the treatment of eye diseases and protection from various illnesses. Besides, it clears the skin from dead cells with its antioxidants. While Vitamin A protects the body against cancer, it also helps the treatment of oral diseases. There is a high amount of Vitamin C in purslane leaves. Vitamin C boosts the immune system and protects the body against illnesses.

Rich in minerals

Purslane contains calcium, zinc, phosphor, manganese and copper. Zinc is helpful in improving the functions of the immune system. It also protects the body from free radicals that can cause cancer. Magnesium is effective on the skin and hair health. It is a protection against depression. It has an important role in vitamin and mineral absorption in the body. Magnesium is useful in the treatment of asthma and allergic illnesses, as well. With its strong antioxidant effect, it becomes a shield against any cancer.

Thinking calcium and copper as less effective is impossible. While calcium provides bone development, copper is effective in the absorption of minerals, such as calcium and iron. Copper has an importance in the production of hemoglobin in the body. A copper deficiency can cause impairment in the immune system, drops in bodily resistance, dermatological diseases and neurological problems. Phosphor and calcium are responsible for bone and tooth health in the body. Calcium is also necessary for nerve, muscle and blood functions. In order to benefit from all these vitamin and minerals, you need to consume purslane regularly.

Enemy of bad cholesterol

According to research, purslane decreases the production of LDL, which is bad cholesterol.

Diet friendly

One-hundred grams of purslane contains 16 calories. This can be a good news for people who are trying to limit their calorie intake. It is diet-friendly with its low calories. Besides, it is full of dietary fiber which makes you feel full after meals. It limits your nutrition and helps you to lose weight.

Heart friendly

The omega-3 fatty acid in purslane has an effective role in cardiovascular health. Omega-3 is in the category of polyunsaturated, essential fatty acids. Your body cannot produce essential fatty acids. Therefore, you should take them from foods. Ethnobiologists who search for the relation between primitive societies and the plants around them believe that the plants people ate long ago were providing more nutrients than the ones that we consume today. For instance, people were consuming 390 milligrams of vitamin C on average from fruits and vegetables in a day 10,000 years ago. However, a person consumes only 88 milligrams of vitamin C per day in the present. Therefore, nutrition rich in vitamin C is important, especially in mid seasons. Try to consume green-leafy vegetables often such as purslane.

Foods for a healthy heart

Salmon: Salmon is a natural omega-3 source. In order to have a healthy heart, consume fish rich in omega-3 two times a week.

Dried fruits and nuts: Dried fruits and nuts are full of heart-friendly omega-3 fats. Hazelnuts, walnuts and pistachios are the three-highest nuts rich in omega-3. Pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds also have a high level of omega-3. They are perfect snacks for picnics. Hazelnuts also make you feel full and keep you away from junk foods.

Olive oil/Rapeseed oil: They contain mono and polyunsaturated omega-3 fats which are beneficial to cardiovascular health and decrease inflammation. These oils are perfect options for cooking. In order to benefit from their quality, add some to your salads along with colorful and fresh vegetables. You will have a low-calorie and delicious meal.

Grapefruit: Citrus fruits, especially grapefruits, contains Vitamin C, which decreases inflammation causing stroke and heart diseases, flavonoids and antioxidants. Add it to your salad or its sauce. It can be also a cold juice alternative in the summer months.

Also these ones

Pomegranate: Pomegranates contain antioxidants called polyphenol. These antioxidants provide protection against heart diseases, decreasing bad cholesterol and blood pressure and slowing the plaque forming in arteries. Pomegranate antioxidants are three times more beneficial than those found in green tea. You can freshen it up, adding it to frozen yogurt, light desserts and salads.

Garlic: Garlic helps protect from heart diseases, slowing down fat storage in the arteries and dropping blood pressure. You can add it to tomato sauces for pasta or with whole-wheat bread. You can use it as a sauce in the summer after mixing it with spices or vegetables.

Avocado: Avocados are a fruit containing monounsaturated and healthy fats which helps to lower cholesterol. Avocados are also rich in folate and Vitamin E, C and B6. Add it to salads, soups or sauces. You will add both color and taste to your food.

Cornelian cherry: Cornelian cherries have antioxidants that protect the heart. Actually, it increases cholesterol removal that is regulated by the liver. Flavonoids called anthocyanin protect from cells injury and repair injured cells. They help lower bad cholesterol and provide relief to blood vessels. Consume purple-colored fruits and vegetables four or five times a week.

Prepare and present purslane

Purslane stems and buds can be eaten. Cut rigid roots and stems, using a sharp knife. In order to protect most of the nutrients, keep it at a low temperature and cook quickly. Even if its antioxidants decrease while cooking or frying, its minerals, carotenes and flavonoids can be protected by cooking with steam.

Fresh, raw leaves can be used as a salad. Here is a perfect purslane salad: Cut two bunches of parsley finely and pluck the leaves of purslane. Mix these two in a bowl. Add a cucumber and some tomatoes if you want. Add sheep’s sorrel, rocket and radish to your salad. Add two soup spoons of olive oil and one soup spoon of fresh lemon juice to your salad. Your salad is ready to consume.

Purslane stem and leaves that are sauteed with onion and garlic can be consumed as a garnish together with meat, fish and chicken.

Purslane can be consumed as a soup, as well. Here is a perfect purslane soup: Clean and wash the purslane. Put some oil in a stock pot and add the purslane. Cook the purslane for a few minutes until it softens. Then put some water and bring it to a boil. Mix flour, garlic, lemon juice and salt in a blender. After the purslane is cooked, add it to this mixture. Add hot water and your soup is ready. You can also consume purslane in your breakfast with cheese.

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Thyroid Gland: Functions, Symptoms and Diet

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Thyroid gland

The butterfly-shaped thyroid gland that occupies a small place in your body conducts important tasks, like regulating your appetite, energy level and body temperature

The thyroid gland is the biggest endocrine gland in the body. It produces two hormones – triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4). These hormones control our bodies’ speed in energy burning and its reaction to stress hormones. While everything goes well, you can’t recognize it, but if bells start to toll for the thyroid, it can get your attention. A problem in the thyroid appears in two ways: hyperthyroidism (excessive thyroid hormone production) and hypothyroidism (insufficient thyroid hormone production). If you experience an imbalance in the thyroid, it is possible to get rid of the worst symptoms of it with a healthy diet. I will tell below how you can understand if you have a problem with your thyroid glands and what you should eat to treat it. A healthy diet can be the solution for thyroid problems as it is for many other diseases.

If your skin becomes thinner or has rough tissue, be careful

The thyroid glands control the speed of your skin’s peeling. The skin peels faster in patients with hyperthyroidism and often become smooth. However, it causes thin skin. Hypothyroidism makes the skin rough, slowing down the skin’s speed in cell production. Hyperthyroidism makes the skin feel moist or hot and it increases the redness of the face and hands. Hypothyroidism, on the other hand makes the skin feel cold and pale. It also causes wounds to heal very slowly and an orange-yellow skin color because of carotenemia.

Putting on weight can be a sign of thyroid problems

While hyperthyroidism is related to losing weight, it can also increase your appetite. Therefore, it is possible to put on weight even if you have a fast metabolism. The same thing goes for hypothyroidism, which is related to putting on weight and poor appetite, as well. While your metabolism gets slower, your desire to eat can also decrease, and this can cause you to lose weight.

Be careful if your body temperature increases or decreases

Hyperthyroidism provides a much faster metabolism, accelerating the normal body processes. This can enable you to burn energy faster and increase your body temperature. People with hyperthyroidism can wake up at night covered in sweat, because the increasing energy burning in the body can cause a fast heartbeat.

On the other hand, your body temperature can decrease since hypothyroidism slows your metabolism. Thus, you may need a jumper.

Take your emotions into consideration

An extremely active thyroid can have a manic depressive effect on your emotions. Hyperthyroidism can be related to anxiety, overly emotional behavior and even psychosis. Besides, hypothyroidism is related to depressive feelings and makes people distant from social life. It can end with forgetfulness.

If you think your energy has decreased, it could be your thyroid

The body’s way to spend it’s energy differs in hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, but, both of them can shake the human body seriously. If you have a thyroid which is low grade active, you almost want to do nothing. In addition, an excessively active thyroid can increase your metabolism speed to 100 percent, and this situation ends up with serious energy downfalls. Hyperthyroidism substantially increases the heartbeat speed and this accelerates people and makes them feel tired quicker.

What should we do in this situation?

In order to prevent these side effects, there are some things that we can do. The leading one of them is to eat healthy. The foods that I will mention in this article support you in fighting against the thyroid and cause a decrease in its side effects.

Choose foods which are low in calories but high in fiber

Consume more fruits and vegetables, preferring foods high in fiber and low in calories. Prunes or high-fiber foods which contain plum water make your intestine work. In the struggle against the thyroid, it is important to boost the digestion. Intestines that work slowly causes toxic accumulation. This can trigger your illness.

Decrease consuming meat and milk

Consume less meat and milk for most of the chemicals that you shouldn’t consume are found in the fat of meat and milk products. The less you consume meat and milk, the less your body will expose these toxics that destroy the thyroid hormone. When you eat meat, take the half of your portion away and consume less meat in every meal. As coal can trigger cancer, prefer to cook your meat on a grill. Temperance can solve thyroid problems like it does in many things. Dairy milk is generally delicious, but, it can disturb those who have an intolerance to lactose. If you experience wind, cramps in the stomach, constipation or other disturbing symptoms, regulate your eating order.

Eat simple foods

Prefer protein sources that aren’t animal products, such as avocado, olives, nuts and bean curd.

Consume fat that you trust

Instead of hydrogenated vegetable oils used in processed foods, prefer good oils. I recommend you to stay away from hydrogenated oils as they will affect your metabolism. Olive oil can help in this context.

Have snacks that you always carry

Those who have an imbalance in the sugar level can keep some nuts and walnuts to consume at the specific hours of the day. These little snacks contain sufficient amount of protein to balance your sugar level.

Read contents of the foods that are in your shopping basket

Get used to reading contents in your market shopping. If all materials aren’t familiar to you, you can put the product back in its place on shelves. Chemicals that are used to protect foods can slow down your body’s metabolism.

Every meal is important, but don’t skip breakfast

I advise you to eat at regular intervals even if your foods are little, healthy appetizers. The body needs energy even when you sleep. Instead of a main meal that you overindulge in, eating at intervals with small snacks is much more beneficial for the metabolism; this is especially important if you have a thyroid problem.

Remove caffeine, alcohol, tobacco and sugar from your life

For the metabolism of thyroid patients, caffeine, alcohol, tobacco and sugar are the most dangerous things. Remove these four from your life. A cup of coffee that you prepared in the mornings can smell perfect and helps you start the day. However, your increased energy will decrease quickly and make you feel tired through the whole day. Instead of coffee, herbal teas will be a nice preference without any caffeine. Chocolate can be indispensable for many people, but, it doesn’t support your body apart from giving pleasure to you. In the content of chocolate, there are xanthines like caffeine. Medical works don’t confirm that chocolate has a psychological profit.

Most of us know that alcohol needs to be fragmentized in the liver and sometimes creates stress. In wines, additional chemicals, like sulfides can prevent deterioration and ferment pressured digestion. This is why thyroid patients should avoid them.

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