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Have you ever heard of the Chinese restaurant syndrome (headache, skin flushing, and sweating) often presumed to be associated with monosodium glutamate (MSG) added to food? MSG was found to give “meaty, umami or savory” taste and is regarded as the 5th sensory taste besides sweetsour, bitter and salty. MSG as its acidic equivalent glutamic acid is abundantly present in foods as a building block of proteins.

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Your Fat Can Talk
Fat is the body’s way to store energy in a food shortage crisis. Our bodies contain two types of fat, visceral, white-yellow (white) and subcutaneous, brown. We unknowingly refer to what is known as white fat when referring to bulging physical body appearance. Fat cells have fat globules, iron containing mitochondria, the cell’s power producers that change energy into usable forms, and tiny blood vessels. The more mitochondria and blood vessels the more fat cells appear brown.

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Dentoral Alcohol Free Mouthwashes – a boon to Bad Breath sufferers.

Bad breath is something that has been experienced by almost all of us at some point in our lives. While bad breath can be embarrassing, it may also be a sign of an underlying health issue and chronic bad breath can trigger anxiety in its sufferers. This impacts the social life and relationships of the sufferer as well. Bad breath sufferers sometimes drain their money by exploring different means to find the perfect cure for their condition.

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Smoothies: A Fun Way to Eat Healthy

In today’s busy world it can be difficult to make sure that we eat right. Fruit and vegetable smoothies are a wonderful way to make sure that your family gets the vitamins and nutrients that they need. While there are many businesses that cater to the “smoothie crowd” the best smoothies are the ones you make at home. By choosing to make your smoothie at home you control how the fruits and vegetables are washed,

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Healthier Surface Sanitizing solutions

Several Surface sanitizers available in the market pose health risks to consumers who are using it owing to the unsafe chemicals present in them. This further manifests itself as skin allergic reactions, pollution of environment and deadly diseases such as cancer. It is a known fact that fumes from certain sanitizers and cleaning substances trigger asthma in otherwise healthier individuals. Frequent use of ordinary cleaning supplies at the workplace or residence induces respiratory illnesses and health problems such as allergies.

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Protect your Health and the Environment with EPA registered line of Products

Are you looking for anti-microbial products that are safe, non-toxic and very effective? There are many hand sanitizers and vegetable and fruit washes available that claim to kill germs but most are not EPA registered and USDA certified. PRO-SAN® was developed through years of research and tested thoroughly and proven to be a quality product that can be used safely to protect yourself, your family and the public from harmful bacteria.

The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) works to ensure that Americans are protected from significant risks to their health and the environment at home,

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Can bacteria in your intestines tell you when and what to eat?

A team of investigators from the University of Rouen France, the Georgia State University Atlanta, Georgia and Bio-Rad have proposed that the gut bacteria and the human nervous system interact to determine food preference ( presented in the Journal of Bacteriology). The bacteria produce chemical signals called neuroendocrines that are transmitted first to local intestinal nervous system and then to the central nervous system (the brain). The bacteria which want particular food suggest the host of their food preference “menu.” The host becomes a matre d or menu server.

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