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What is Candidiasis?

June 4, 2017 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Uncategorized
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Candida yeast infection is no laughing matter. Some people suffer from yeast infection for several years; while others discover that their condition is a symptom of more serious health problems like leukemia, diabetes or AIDS. Candidiasis is an infection caused by a group of microscopic fungi or yeast. These fungi live on all surfaces of our bodies. Under certain conditions, they can become so numerous they cause infections, particularly in warm and moist areas. Examples of such infections are vaginal yeast infections, thrush, skin and diaper rash, and nailbed infections. I have known some women who have had it, and were treated with the array of options available to treat candidiasis. Options include creams, lotions, pills, troches (lozenges), and vaginal suppositories. You will be healed too. THERE IS HOPE and CANDIDA YEAST INFECTION CAN BE CURED.

Fashion trends

May 8, 2017 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Uncategorized
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Fashion trends come and go, and it is how we bear ourselves that leave an impressions to others. It is not about the expensive clothes that people are wearing that makes them look great but how we carry ourselves with modesty and gracefulness. Personally, I dont look on the price but how fit I am on that clothes. Yes, the quality of that expensive clothes is high than of low cost one but that don’t matters to me as long as I am comfortable and looking good with myself then that’s fine to me.

Cranberry for the heart

April 25, 2017 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Uncategorized
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You may have heard that drinking cranberry juice helps ward away urinary infection you heard it right! Now comes more good reasons to drink up – a new study finds that the juice can lower the risk of heart disease for people with high cholesterol, reducing the risk of gum disease, ulcers, and cancer, and provide antioxidant benefits. It seems that modern science has finally caught up with the cranberry. For decades grandmothers and naturopathic healers have prescribed cranberries for a number of ailments. This is no surprise since these little red bombshells are a good source of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium and fibre. But there is more to them than just vitamins. Cranberries contain hippuric acid, which has antibacterial effects on the body, as well as natural antibiotic ingredients. Cranberries also contain plant pigments called bioflavanoids which help repair damaged molecules formed when the body uses up oxygen. Research in Europe has shown that anthocynin, one of these bioflavanoids aids the formation of visual purple, a pigment in the eyes instrumental in color and night vision.Three glasses per day raise good cholesterol by 10%, which in turn decreased the risk of heart disease by 40%. The antioxidant benefits were noticeable with just one or two glasses a day. Antioxidants are dietary substances that in small amounts will slow or prevent the oxidation process. This means they can help prevent or fix damage to your cells. They may also lower your risk for cancer or infection and improve how your immune system functions. In addition to cranberry juice, dried cranberries contain antioxidants, more than most fruits. Grape juice is also a good source (though not as good as cranberry juice). The bottom line: Drinking anywhere from one to three glasses a day of cranberry juice provides health benefits. The antioxidant effects of cranberry juice may last for seven hours. All the findings confirm recommendations that more fruit and vegetables be part of your everyday diet. But don’t over do the juice! Drinking too much fruit juice can contribute to obesity, the development of cavities (dental caries), diarrhea, and other gastrointestinal problems, such as excessive gas, bloating and abdominal pain. Children especially, as their bodies are smaller for the amount of juice ingested. Drink unsweetened cranberry juice concentrate, which you can buy in a health-food store for Cranberry juice – at least the ordinary variety – is full of sugar and water, with only some of the real juice. The high sugar content may actually encourage the growth of bacteria and yeast.???

The source and creator of everything

April 7, 2017 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Uncategorized
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We are all witnessed how he grown up, his likes and passion in music instruments specifically guitar and keyboard even when he was still little until now that he became fine young boy. I am referring to our youngest brother. We are the proudest siblings to our aspiring pilot someday. He is blessed with a hand that can play the guitar very well like plucking. He is a music enthusiast person and has a lot knowledge on how things work in a music world like installing, testing and making the sounds better. He is our father assistant in terms of sound system in the house. To better understand what I am saying here you can browse fender hot rod deville check it out at GuitarCenter. That is one of his hobby to check and test his guitar ampli at home. We are just so lucky we have a brother to install and prepare the set for our karaoke time plus a very computer savvy person. Keep flying your idea bro. God blessed you with such talent. May you use that not only for youself but most importantly to our creator who is the source of all knowledge and wisdom.

Treating body odor

April 7, 2017 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: family, Health
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Underarm odor can be, and how depreciating it is for our confidence, and affect the basic way in which you interact with others, who don’t forget that negative trait, and might make it more difficult to make friends or meet a future spouse. But sometimes some people are not “aware” or just “being used to it” that they would not mind, or not self conscious. But I know we can’t blame them for what their body is made up of. People with underarm (and foot) odors carry a stigma of being unclean, but we know that being clean will control odor only for a very short period of time. Daily activities can affect how much we sweat as well as the specific fragrance a person emits. Although heredity plays a role in your sweat factor, so do others like diet, clothing material and fit/style, hygiene, and health. The true solution to the problem is: instead of masking the odor created by bacteria, instead of trying to inhibit the growth of bacteria by reducing the amount of sweat produced, or trying to treat the bacterial byproducts which cause odor, eliminate the bacteria which cause odor and you eliminate the odor. Many suggest that for excessive underarm odor, try using a mild solution of hydrogen peroxide (3%) – cheap, effective, widely available. Put a teaspoonful in a glass of water and wash the underarm. If that doesn’t work, increase the amount of peroxide. Personal body hygiene, such as showering daily with deodorant soap washes away many strong odors caused by severe sweating. Wearing cotton clothing and other natural fibers also allows the skin to breathe, solving some odor issues. There is also new synthetic fabric clothing, often found in sports stores, that wicks away sweat from the body, thus preventing or reducing odor. Food is also a factor as they create a distinct body aroma, just like alcohol and tobacco do; they release unpleasant smells from the skin and the breath.

Best in music

April 6, 2017 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Uncategorized
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I feel so happy and proud seeing my daughter inclined in music these days. She got very interested with violin and keyboard. She can actually play basic. Enrolling her in violin is the best decision we had made. She really has the potential and we are the proudest parents seeing her playing the recital on stage! After the violin will be enrolling her in the keyboard. Thanks to MF’s for the good idea what kind of keyboard we will be buying soon. We are also very happy that our daughter awarded as best in music during their recognition day last week.

Obesity and woman’s fertility

March 24, 2017 Author: bluegreen butterfly | Filed under: Health
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Obesity decreases the chances that a woman will get pregnant, and the more obese she is, the worse her prospects of conception, said a Dutch report, looking at the relationship between fertility and obesity of women and their body mass index, a ratio of weight to height. Women with a BMI of 30 or higher are considered obese, and had significantly lower probability of becoming pregnant naturally as compared to women who has a BMI of between 21 to 29.

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