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damilola.popoola says "diy easy recipes. Quinoa Lentil Salad. Not in the mood of the usual fare? Try this interesting salad for breakfast with quinoa, carrots, cauliflower, lentils, pomegranate and mosambi juice. An all-in-one breakfast meal."Details

damilola.popoola says "Have you tried a Watermelon Drink Dispenser? It’s a drink dispenser made from a watermelon. Now, if you are looking for ideas on what to put inside the dispenser, think club soda, tea or just about anything else you want. You could fill it with lemonade to create a great watermelon lemonade that will really be refreshing or iced tea with just a hint of watermelon. The possibilities are endless but this is certainly something that you want to create for your summer barbecues and such."Details

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damilola.popoola says "diy easy recipes. Banana and Almond Porridge If you think you just have no time to prepare a dish, go for this easy breakfast recipe that uses oats, chia seeds, bananas, milk, dates and nuts. A perfect one pot breakfast meal."Details

damilola.popoola says "diy easy recipes. Masala Cheese French Toast. One of the easiest and most delicious breakfast recipes, this cheesy French toast can be ready in minutes and does not require too much effort."Details

damilola.popoola says "DIY easy Recipes. Scrambled Eggs and Chicken Sausages. This power packed high-protein breakfast is just what you need to kick-start your day. It is also really easy and quick to put together."Details

Abimbola says "Diseases are not spirits they get invited by unhealthy habits Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” “There are in fact two things, science and opinion; the former begets knowledge, the latter ignorance.” “Wherever the art of Medicine is loved, there is also a love of Humanity. ” “Declare the past, diagnose the present, foretell the future.” “Walking is man's best medicine. ” “As to diseases, make a habit of two things — to help, or at least, to do no harm.” “Life is short, art long, opportunity fleeting, experience treacherous, judgment difficult.” ― Hippocrates Certain Fats Increase Diabetes Risk Factors in Women For decades, “fats” have been portrayed as the villain in human health. Science has now proven (again) that some fats are not only good for you, they’re necessary to our survival. As a result, much of the “low-fat” and “no fat” craze is reversing. That’s a good thing! However, there is a specific form of fat that’s incredibly damaging to human DNA if too much is consumed…and that’s the fat most people in the United States get more than any other. It’s been linked to an increase of diabetes risk factors in women and a host of other health problems. I’m talking about omega-6 fatty acids. This should not be confused with the incredibly healthy omega-3 fatty acids found in fatty fish, nuts, grass-fed beef, eggs, and leafy greens (to name a few). Omega-3 is good for your heart and brain (and all your other parts) but the majority of American adults don’t get enough omega-3 in their diets. Omega-6 and Diabetes Risk Factors in Women The research to date points overwhelmingly to greater benefits of omega-3s over omega-6s. Lowering your unhealthy fats and carbohydrate intake will help decrease your omega-6s while eating leafy greens, eggs, or seafood several times a week will raise your omega-3s. The drawback is your sources for these fatty acids. It’s almost unheard of for people to have omega-6 deficiency because of the garbage in our diets. Some countries receive approximately 20% of their daily caloric intake from soybean oil. In a single food source (found in more foods than you can possibly imagine), the imbalance between omega-3 and omega-6 is cemented. Scientists believe our imbalance in these fatty acids (in favor of omega-6) may explain the explosion of inflammation. An out-of-control inflammatory response is considered a root cause in most major diseases such as… Obesity Diabetes Cancer Heart disease Autoimmune disorders Mood disorders Chronic pain Dementia Rapid aging However, you need to be careful about how you consume your omega-3s as well. Vitamin supplements and beef sources of omega-3 have been linked in a few studies to a higher risk of certain types of cancer and an increase in diabetes risk factors. Food is your safest choice for nutrients but avoiding too much red meat (particularly if it isn’t grass-fed) is something to consider. Getting sufficient omega-3 fatty acids in your diet has proven beneficial in lowering your personal risk of disease. Lower Inflammatory Foods, Lower Diabetes Risk Factors Getting rid of fast food restaurants and pre-packaged food isn’t likely to happen in my lifetime (or yours) but if you don’t start making even gradual changes right now, your health and the health of future generations will continue to deteriorate. Your body can’t process junk food efficiently and it can’t survive on what it offers. Only by lowering your intake of omega-6 and raising your intake of omega-3 can you correct the imbalance and give your body the tools it needs to heal itself. BELL Healthy LIFESTYLES CHRONIC DISEASE RELIEF. WHY DIE IN SILENCE. You can maintain good health and treat all Chronic DISEASE with BELL PRODUCTS. OVER 60 CANADIAN PRODUCTS THAT REALLY WORK Bell products will take care of …………………. The products have been of great help to all serious medical challenges. Read more of various testimonies with their phone numbers of those who have been benefited from ……….. Everyday, we receive amazing testimonials about our product efficacy. Testimonies stream in from Doctors, Pharmacists, other health Personnels, distributors, and in fact from everyone! All forms of chronic ailments bow at the feet of Bell Lifestyle products. Hundreds of Thousands of people have been helped! To order call Akin now +2348051400850 +2347031998888 Or 08051400850 07031998888 For more information, inbox me or visit https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByZ2hSToNNZ-ZXhTU3hySThUQlE/view?usp=sharing Or shorten form goo.gl/xM6Olk"Details

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Abimbola says "Diseases are not spirits they get invited by unhealthy habits Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” “There are in fact two things, science and opinion; the former begets knowledge, the latter ignorance.” “Wherever the art of Medicine is loved, there is also a love of Humanity. ” “Declare the past, diagnose the present, foretell the future.” “Walking is man's best medicine. ” “As to diseases, make a habit of two things — to help, or at least, to do no harm.” “Life is short, art long, opportunity fleeting, experience treacherous, judgment difficult.” ― Hippocrates Certain Fats Increase Diabetes Risk Factors in Women For decades, “fats” have been portrayed as the villain in human health. Science has now proven (again) that some fats are not only good for you, they’re necessary to our survival. As a result, much of the “low-fat” and “no fat” craze is reversing. That’s a good thing! However, there is a specific form of fat that’s incredibly damaging to human DNA if too much is consumed…and that’s the fat most people in the United States get more than any other. It’s been linked to an increase of diabetes risk factors in women and a host of other health problems. I’m talking about omega-6 fatty acids. This should not be confused with the incredibly healthy omega-3 fatty acids found in fatty fish, nuts, grass-fed beef, eggs, and leafy greens (to name a few). Omega-3 is good for your heart and brain (and all your other parts) but the majority of American adults don’t get enough omega-3 in their diets. Omega-6 and Diabetes Risk Factors in Women The research to date points overwhelmingly to greater benefits of omega-3s over omega-6s. Lowering your unhealthy fats and carbohydrate intake will help decrease your omega-6s while eating leafy greens, eggs, or seafood several times a week will raise your omega-3s. The drawback is your sources for these fatty acids. It’s almost unheard of for people to have omega-6 deficiency because of the garbage in our diets. Some countries receive approximately 20% of their daily caloric intake from soybean oil. In a single food source (found in more foods than you can possibly imagine), the imbalance between omega-3 and omega-6 is cemented. Scientists believe our imbalance in these fatty acids (in favor of omega-6) may explain the explosion of inflammation. An out-of-control inflammatory response is considered a root cause in most major diseases such as… Obesity Diabetes Cancer Heart disease Autoimmune disorders Mood disorders Chronic pain Dementia Rapid aging However, you need to be careful about how you consume your omega-3s as well. Vitamin supplements and beef sources of omega-3 have been linked in a few studies to a higher risk of certain types of cancer and an increase in diabetes risk factors. Food is your safest choice for nutrients but avoiding too much red meat (particularly if it isn’t grass-fed) is something to consider. Getting sufficient omega-3 fatty acids in your diet has proven beneficial in lowering your personal risk of disease. Lower Inflammatory Foods, Lower Diabetes Risk Factors Getting rid of fast food restaurants and pre-packaged food isn’t likely to happen in my lifetime (or yours) but if you don’t start making even gradual changes right now, your health and the health of future generations will continue to deteriorate. Your body can’t process junk food efficiently and it can’t survive on what it offers. Only by lowering your intake of omega-6 and raising your intake of omega-3 can you correct the imbalance and give your body the tools it needs to heal itself. BELL Healthy LIFESTYLES CHRONIC DISEASE RELIEF. WHY DIE IN SILENCE. You can maintain good health and treat all Chronic DISEASE with BELL PRODUCTS. OVER 60 CANADIAN PRODUCTS THAT REALLY WORK Bell products will take care of …………………. The products have been of great help to all serious medical challenges. Read more of various testimonies with their phone numbers of those who have been benefited from ……….. Everyday, we receive amazing testimonials about our product efficacy. Testimonies stream in from Doctors, Pharmacists, other health Personnels, distributors, and in fact from everyone! All forms of chronic ailments bow at the feet of Bell Lifestyle products. Hundreds of Thousands of people have been helped! To order call Akin now +2348051400850 +2347031998888 Or 08051400850 07031998888 For more information, inbox me or visit https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByZ2hSToNNZ-ZXhTU3hySThUQlE/view?usp=sharing Or shorten form goo.gl/xM6Olk"Details

Abimbola says "Viral hepatitis Hepatitis A Hepatitis A is found throughout the world and manifests as large outbreaks and epidemics associated with fecal contamination of water and food sources.[90] Hepatitis A viral infection is predominant in children ages 5–14 with rare infection of infants.[90] Infected children have little to no apparent clinical illness, in contrast to adults in whom greater than 80% are symptomatic if infected.[110] Infection rates are highest in low resource countries with inadequate public sanitation and large concentrated populations.[14][111] In such regions, as much as 90% of children younger than 10 years old have been infected and are immune, corresponding both to lower rates of clinically symptomatic disease and outbreaks.[90][111][112] The availability of a childhood vaccine has significantly reduced infections in the United States, with incidence declining by more than 95% as of 2013.[113] Paradoxically, the highest rates of new infection now occur in young adults and adults who present with worse clinical illness.[14] Specific populations at greatest risk include: travelers to endemic regions, men who have sex with men, those with occupational exposure to non-human primates, individuals with clotting disorders who have received clotting factors, individuals with a history of chronic liver disease where co-infection with hepatitis A can lead to fulminant hepatitis, and intravenous drug users (rare).[90] Hepatitis B Main article: Hepatitis B Hepatitis B is the most common cause of viral hepatitis in the world with more than 240 million chronic carriers of the virus, 1 million of whom are in the United States.[25][90] In approximately two-thirds of patients who develop acute hepatitis B infection, no identifiable exposure is evident.[14] Of those acutely infected, 25% become lifetime carriers of the virus.[90] Risk of infection is highest among intravenous drug users, individuals with high-risk sexual behaviors, healthcare workers, individuals with a history of multiple transfusions, organ transplant patients, dialysis patients and newborns infected during the birthing process.[90] Close to 780,000 deaths in the world are attributed to hepatitis B.[25] The most endemic regions are in sub-Saharan Africa and East Asia where as much as 10% of adults are chronic carriers.[25] Carrier rates in developed nations are significantly lower, encompassing less than 1% of the population.[25] In endemic regions, transmission is thought to be associated with exposure during birth and close contact between young infants.[14][25] Hepatitis C Main article: Hepatitis C Chronic hepatitis C is a major cause of liver cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma.[114] It is a common medical reason for liver transplantation due to its severe complications.[114] It is estimated that 130–180 million people in the world are affected by this disease representing a little more than 3% of the world population.[80][90][114] In the developing regions of Africa, Asia and South America, prevalence can be as high as 10% of the population.[90] In Egypt, rates of hepatitis C infection as high as 20% have been documented and are associated with iatrogenic contamination related to schistosomiasis treatment in the 1950s–1980s.[14][90] Currently in the United States, approximately 3.5 million adults are estimated to be infected.[115] Hepatitis C is particularly prevalent among people born between 1945–1965, a group of about 800,000 people, with prevalence as high as 3.2% versus 1.6% in the general U.S. population.[14] Most chronic carriers of hepatitis C are unaware of their infection status.[14] The most common mode of transmission of hepatitis C virus is exposure to blood products via blood transfusions (prior to 1992) and intravenous drug injection.[14][90] A history of intravenous drug injection is the most important risk factor for chronic hepatitis C.[114] Other susceptible populations include individuals with high-risk sexual behavior, infants of infected mothers, and healthcare workers.[90] Hepatitis D Main article: Hepatitis D The hepatitis D virus causes chronic and fulminant hepatitis in the context of co-infection with the hepatitis B virus.[90] It is primarily transmitted via non-sexual contact and via needles.[14][90] Susceptibility to hepatitis D differs by geographic region.[14][90] In the United States and Northern Europe, populations at risk are intravenous drug users and individuals who receive multiple transfusions.[14][90] In the Mediterranean, hepatitis D is predominant among hepatitis B virus co-infected individuals.[14][90] Hepatitis E Main article: Hepatitis E Similar to Hepatitis A, hepatitis E manifests as large outbreaks and epidemics associated with fecal contamination of water sources.[14] It accounts for more than 55,000 deaths annually with approximately 20 million people worldwide thought to be infected with the virus.[85] It affects predominantly young adults, causing acute hepatitis.[14][116] In infected pregnant women, Hepatitis E infection can lead to fulminant hepatitis with third trimester mortality rates as high as 30%.[90][116] Individuals with weakened immune systems, such as organ transplant recipients, are also susceptible.[116] Infection is rare in the United States but rates are high in the developing world (Africa, Asia, Central America, Middle East).[14][116] Many genotypes exist and are differentially distributed around the world.[85] There is some evidence of hepatitis E infection of animals, serving as a reservoir for human infection.[90] Alcoholic hepatitis Alcoholic hepatitis (AH) in its severe form has a one-month mortality as high as 50%.[57][58][117] Most people who develop AH are men but women are at higher risk of developing AH and its complications likely secondary to high body fat and differences in alcohol metabolism.[58] Other contributing factors include younger age <60, binge pattern drinking, poor nutritional status, obesity and hepatitis C co-infection.[58] It is estimated that as much as 20% of people with AH are also infected with hepatitis C.[118] In this population, the presence of hepatitis C virus leads to more severe disease with faster progression to cirrhosis, hepatocellular carcinoma and increased mortality.[58][118][119] Obesity increases the likelihood of progression to cirrhosis in individuals with alcoholic hepatitis.[58] It is estimated that a high proportion of individuals (70%) who have AH will progress to cirrhosis.[58] Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is projected to become the top reason for liver transplantation in the United States by the year 2020, supplanting chronic liver disease due to hepatitis C.[120] About 20–45% of the U.S. population have NAFLD and 6% have NASH.[27][37] The estimated prevalence of NASH in the world is 3–5%.[121] Of NASH patients who develop cirrhosis, about 2% per year will likely progress to hepatocellular carcinoma.[121] Worldwide, the estimated prevalence of hepatocellular carcinoma related to NAFLD is 15–30%.[122] NASH is thought to be the primary cause of cirrhosis in approximately 25% of patients in the United States, representing 1–2% of the general population.[122] History See also: Timeline of hepatitis Early thoughts Initial accounts of a syndrome that we now think is likely to be hepatitis begin to occur around 3000 B.C. Clay tablets that served as medical handbooks for the ancient Sumerians described the first observations of jaundice. The Sumerians believed that the liver was the home of the soul, and attributed the findings of jaundice to the attack of one’s liver by a devil named Ahhazu.[123] Around 400 B.C., Hippocrates recorded the first documentation of an epidemic jaundice, in particular noting the uniquely fulminant course of a cohort of patients who all died within two weeks. He wrote, “The bile contained in the liver is full of phlegm and blood, and erupts...After such an eruption, the patient soon raves, becomes angry, talks nonsense and barks like a dog.”[124] His recommended treatment was a mixture of honey and water called melikraton. Given the poor sanitary conditions of war, infectious jaundice played a large role as a major cause of mortality among troops in the Napoleonic Wars, the American Revolutionary War, and both World Wars.[125] During World War II, estimates of soldiers affected by hepatitis were upwards of 10 million. Soldiers received vaccines against diseases such as yellow fever, but these vaccines were stabilized with human serum and often created epidemics of hepatitis.[126] Researchers from England, Findlay and MacCallum, suspected these epidemics to be due to a separate infectious agent and not due to the yellow fever virus itself after noting 89 cases of jaundice in the months after vaccination out of a total 3,100 patients that they vaccinated. After changing the seed virus strain, they observed no cases of jaundice in the subsequent 8,000 vaccinations.[127] Willowbrook State School experiments A New York University researcher named Saul Krugman continued this research into the 1950s and 1960s, most infamously with his experiments on mentally disabled children at the Willowbrook State School in New York, a crowded urban facility where hepatitis infections were highly endemic to the student body. Krugman injected students with gamma globulin, a type of antibody. After observing the temporary protection against infection this antibody provided, he then tried injected live hepatitis virus into students. Krugman also controversially took feces from infected students, blended it into milkshakes, and fed it to newly admitted children.[128] His research was received with much controversy, as people protested the questionable ethics surrounding the chosen target population. Henry Beecher was one of the foremost critics in an article in the New England Journal of Medicine in 1966, arguing that parents were unaware to the risks of consent and that the research was done to benefit others at the expense of children.[129] Moreover, he argued that poor families with mentally disabled children often felt pressured to join the research project to gain admission to the school, with all of the educational and support resources that would come along with it.[130] Others in the medical community spoke out in support of Krugman's research in terms of its widespread benefits and understanding of the hepatitis virus, and Willowbrook continues to be a commonly cited example in debates about medical ethics.[131] The Australia antigen The next leap forward in research was a serendipitous one by Dr. Baruch Blumberg, a researcher at the NIH who did not set out to research hepatitis, but rather studied lipoprotein genetics. He travelled across the globe collecting blood samples, investigating the interplay between disease, environment, and genetics with the goal of designing targeted interventions for at-risk individuals that could prevent them from getting sick.[132] He noticed an unexpected interaction between the blood of a patient with hemophilia that had received multiple transfusions and a protein found in the blood of an Australian aborigine.[133] He named the protein the "Australia antigen" and made it the focus of his research. He found a higher prevalence of the protein in the blood of patients from developing countries, compared to those from developed ones, and noted associations of the antigen with other diseases like leukemia and Down Syndrome.[134] Eventually, he came to the unifying conclusion that the Australia antigen was associated with viral hepatitis. In 1970, David Dane first isolated the hepatitis B virion at London's Middlesex Hospital, and named the virion the 42-nm "Dane particle".[130]Based on its association with the surface of the hepatitis B virus, the Australia antigen was renamed to "hepatitis B surface antigen" or HBsAg. Blumberg continued to study the antigen, and eventually developed the first hepatitis B vaccine using plasma rich in HBsAg, for which he received the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1976.[citation need From wikipedia.org BELL Healthy LIFESTYLES CHRONIC DISEASE RELIEF. WHY DIE IN SILENCE. You can maintain good health and treat all Chronic DISEASE with BELL PRODUCTS. OVER 60 CANADIAN PRODUCTS THAT REALLY WORK Sixty three pages of various testimonies mostly Nigerian and their phone numbers who had various serious health challenges before click the link bellow. Some of testimonies of Nigeria Medical Doctors and Pharmacists who also testify! 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It was when I was taken to theatre for bronchoscopy and mediasthnoscopy that the cardio-thoracid team discovered the massive metastatic tumor that had obstructed my trachea at the lower third of the trachea. I was then referred to EKO hospital Ikeja for radiotherapy, I had seven courses of radiotherapy at the hospital and I had six courses of chemotherapy at LASUTH. There was a time my platelet count dropped to one (1) and I was losing blood through my nostrils, mouth and I was urinating frank red blood. It was while I was receiving chemotherapy that a doctor friend of mine (Dr. Emmanuel Nsofor) brought Bell Supreme Immune Booster and Japanese Green Tea to me and I began to use them. It was from that moment that I stopped breaking down after every course of chemotherapy and I began to feel strong within in spite of my wasted exterior. Having realized the efficacy of Bell Products, I started using Curcumin 2000X as well. 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damilola.popoola says "best easy snack recipes. -Mixed Sprouts Corn Chaat One of the easiest snacks to make is probably a chaat. Just bung in fresh corn, sprouts, juicy tomatoes, pomegranates and drizzle some coriander chutney."Details

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