Do not cross the border
It is nice to drink some cold wine on a hot day, it is even useful if the wine is good.
But the emphasis should be on the word "little." And how to identify this line by eye? We conducted an experiment: we asked 10 people to pour themselves a “therapeutic” portion of red or white wine (140 ml) in wine glasses, and most - 7 out of 10 - poured about 40-50 ml more. How to be? Pour 140 ml of water into a measuring cup, then pour into wine glasses of different sizes. Draw an imaginary line. Keep this in mind and don’t cross the border if you pour wine too generously at a party: unfortunately, this has become almost the norm.
Special healing properties not only apples, but also freshly squeezed apple juice: it is useful for digestion, promotes blood formation. A freshly squeezed apple juice with pulp has an amazing ability to lower blood cholesterol. It is important to observe some rules:
• Use only fresh, ripe, unspoiled apples.
• It is better to drink apple juice (like any other freshly squeezed juice) through a straw so as not to harm the tooth enamel.
• Consider contraindications, although they are few. You can not drink freshly squeezed apple juice with gastritis with high acidity and other serious diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
Vitamins for the future dad
Men who take multivitamin supplements with antioxidants (vitamins C and E), as well as with zinc, increase their partners' chances to get pregnant 4 times compared to those whose husbands prefer fatty meat and beer. These are the findings of researchers from the University of Auckland in New Zealand who examined more than 300 pairs.
TASTY BUT ... KILLED HARMFUL
What is the most delicious, according to most? Greasy and sweet.
Meanwhile, in middle-aged and older people who prefer fatty foods and at the same time lack protein, vegetables and fruits, the chances of premature death are increased by 40% compared with those who follow a diet! Sweets are also among the “enemies”: for excessive dessert lovers, the risk is increased by a third.
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