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Some Interesting Facts of Almonds

'Cholesterol Regulation is one of the most known benefits of Almonds'.

Ninety percent of the fat in almonds is unsaturated fat, and frequent consumption, as a result, could help lower blood cholesterol levels.

You can eat almonds directly, preferably eat it empty stomach to ensure absorption of their nutrients. You can soak them in water overnight and eat in the morning. You can also garnish various dishes with crushed almonds.

Almonds are high in protein, fiber, calcium, magnesium, potassium, Copper, vitamin E, and other antioxidants. Almonds help prevent osteoporosis and they regulate blood pressure.

Some Benefits of Almonds:

Growth of Brain: Almond induces high intellectual level and has been considered as an essential food item for growing children.

Good for heart: Mono-saturated fat, protein and potassium contained in almonds are good for the heart. Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant and reduces the risk of heart diseases.

- Skin care
- Regulates blood pressure
- Prevention of cancer
- Protection against diabetes
- Good in pregnancy:
- Weight loss
- Prevention of constipation
- Boosts energy

Never Light Candle in A/C Room

Due to lack of oxygen in the room, the burning of the candle cannot fully oxidize & thus forms dangerous carbon monoxide.

Carbon monoxide will prevent oxygen exchange in the lungs, resulting in the Person dozing off to a state of unconsciousness & eventually death in less than an hour, depending on the room size.

Fish Spa Treatment

An unusual spa treatment is being offered in London which exfoliates your feet using 150 fish. The Garra rufa fish have no teeth and nibble away dead skin using suction-shaped mouths leaving healthy new skin underneath untouched. The carp, which originated in Turkey, have long been used in the Far East to treat skin complaints such as eczema and psoriasis. In Japan they offer whole-body immersion fish spas and recently the craze has spread to the U.S, Europe and the UK.


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