wine on your dietRed wine eaten during a meal gives greater benefits to the circulatory system than beer or heavier alcohol. International Studies show a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease in countries where wine consumption is popular than those in which beer and more powerful spirits are being ruled.

Red wine contains more different ingredients than other alcohols; These ingredients can positively affect the clotting of m.in blood. By reducing the degree of oxidation of LDL-cholesterol – one of the key stages of atherosclerotic plaque formation

Many sources praise the wine for it that contains resveratrol. Rightly, because it’s a golden ingredient! Everything looks nice in theory as it is in practice? Depending on the species, the wine contains only 1,47-4,39 mg resveratrol/litre. If you are not going to drink 505 liters of red wine (challenge accepted!), do not burn yourself to an effective dose of resveratrol (1g). However, it is nice to test the conclusions of the scientists on the;).

Unfortunately, the beneficial effect of healthy substances contained in wine is minimizeded by the presence of ethyl alcohol – which is that we deliver antioxidants, since the presence of alcohol in the diet intensifies the production of free radicals and increased stress?

All reports about the impact of the tendency of wine assume eating it in moderation (according to most scholars a moderate amount is 150-200 ml per day), and studies on diet śródziemnmorskiej stress that the more significant the impact on health are other features of the Mediterranean diet (high consumption of fish, olive oil and other sources of unsaturated fatty acids with positive effects on the cardiovascular system)

How does it end up being of low-income areas action? A little as if they eat potato chips with the addition of chilli, deluding himself that in this way we will improve myself;) metabolism.

Consumption of wine for better health, it is quite naïve. Despite all the red wine is pure alcohol, and no doubt is one of the least unhealthy. Impact of healthy wine consumption has been shown in the case of people drinking moderate amounts of (150-200 ml) red wine about 5 times a week.

How many calories has a wine?

Red wine calories-about 300 kcal/half bottle

Calorific value of red wine depends on the composition of that type. Syrah has 293 kcal/half bottle, and Red Zinfandel 310 kcal/half bottle. It can be assumed that a half bottle of red wine has 300 calories.

White wine calories-about 290 kcal/half bottle

White wine has a slightly less calories than red. For example, a half bottle of Pinot has 289 calories, and Riesling 284 kcal.

How many calories does a bottle of wine have? – About 600 calories (kilocalories)

As you can see, the calorific value of wine is not dramatic – you can plan your meals during the day to avoid excess calories. The biggest downside to drinking wine when you want to lose weight is the fact that wine increases your appetite. In addition, even small doses of alcohol reduce self-control, so it’s easier to eat something that is avoided every day. And here lies the crux of the problem: wine will be very fattening if eat much to wine;). It’s a good idea to plan healthy, low calorie snacks and take care not to go to a party with an empty stomach. Thus zapobiegniesz the generation of a positive energy balance.

The calorific value of wine depends on the composition of the ingredients that create them. The standard wine bottle has a capacity of 0.75 litres. To facilitate the calculation, it can be assumed that a bottle of wine provides 600 calories (technically kilocalories – kcal). You can hit a bottle that will have 550 calories and on the one with 650 also.

Who cares?!

If you already drink wine, enjoy it! Enjoy the taste, aroma and atmosphere of the surrounding. Do not lose your weight by the passion, do not give up all the pleasures you have practiced before the diet. There is really no diet or diet – either you change your lifestyle or nothing changes. I prefer this first option with little shortcomings than continuing with past habits of fear that a healthy lifestyle is too difficult.

It is not, if you do not make it difficult and you do not give yourself believe that your diet must be perfect to be effective and good for you.

Parasites Parasites of the digestive tract are still not uncommon. Parasite infection of the digestive tract is associated most often with inadequate hygiene-especially too rare washing hands and insufficient washing fruits and vegetables. Parasites are attacking us because of culinary fashion to eat raw meat and fish.

Parasites of the digestive tract to healthy subjects do not do more harm. However, for people with weakened immunity parasites can be dangerous, because it’s easier to master the body and cause complications. In our digestive tract settle into worms-parasites or worms, flat and aschelminth or roundworms. About the infection can often provide allergic rashes, the cause of which cannot be determined, nausea, vomiting, weight loss, anemia, and irritability and hyperactivity nervous.

Gastrointestinal parasites – tapeworms

There are several types of tapeworms. Armed with a 4 m long, can accommodate after eating infected pork, an unarmed adolescent up to 10 m is in beef, as long diphyllobothrium may be caviar and fish. Way to avoid these parasites is to avoid eating undercooked (bloody steaks) and raw (steak tartare). Unless we make sure that the meat comes from absolutely reliable, tested source. And what about the trendy sushi? The safest fish meat is subjected to deep frozen (or at least-20th.) At that temperature the parasites of fish are killed.

Then you will learn the tasiemcami infection?

Tasiemcami infection symptoms are: headache, fatigue, insomnia, nervous excitability, general weakness, loss of appetite or ravenous appetite, weight loss, skin rashes, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain and anemia. Infection wide leads to vitamin B12 deficiency and anemia caused by the lack of. To establish infection tapeworm infection primarily test feces for the presence of larvae and tapeworm. You need to download a few samples at different times. Tapeworms treated anti-worm.

Gastrointestinal parasites – roundworms

Ascaris lumbricoides. Infection occurs by eating foods contaminated with roundworm larvae heart. Eggs get to the intestine, then burst to the blood system and migrate to the bronchial tubes, and then back into the intestine. Human glistą infection symptoms: bronchitis, bronchopneumonia when the larvae wander, while the presence of roundworms in the gut causes nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain and weakness, loss of appetite, headaches, irritability and sleeplessness. In some people there also itching, rashes, hives, and even attacks of breathlessness. To detect the human stool test is needed also roundworms. Heals it anti-worm.

Pinworms. Infection also occurs by contact with contaminated food but also objects of daily use (that’s why you need to wash your hands often, and certainly before food preparation and before meals). Symptoms of threadworms: red skin and itching around the anus hampering sleep, nervous excitability, headache, weakness, loss of appetite, nausea, abdominal pain and anemia. Pinworms can get to the vulva and vagina, thus becoming the cause of inflammation of reproductive organ. In the diagnosis is used. the test strip. Gets the. Smear, that may have eggs.

The infection is also associated with the lack of compliance with the rules of hygiene. In one-Fourth of the people not any signs of intrusion. Some people may experience diarrhoea, sometimes muco-bloody, abdominal pain, weight loss and anemia and itching, rashes and hives on the skin as well as lack of appetite, irritability, insomnia, headaches and weakness.

Intestinal pinewood. The larva penetrates through the skin. It initially causes redness and swelling at the site of the intrusion. The larva then wander into the respiratory system and throat and then into the intestine. The presence of larvae in the lungs is accompanied by inflammation of the trachea, bronchi and lungs. When in the intestines appear: insomnia, irritability, lack of appetite, abdominal pain, diarrhea, anemia, weight loss. The larvae can also be nested in the gallbladder, heart, kidneys, or brain is diagnosed by examining the presence of larvae in faeces, saliva, urine or duodenal content. In the stool may be present eggs of the wood.

Parasites of the gastrointestinal tract – protozoa

The most common infection is giardiasis caused by the intrusion of Lamblii intestinalis or intestinal. Infection occurs through eating contaminated food lamblią and sexual contact. In the part of the sick giardiasis passes without symptoms and the parasite is eradicated by the immune system. In others, there may be diarrhea and impairment of the absorption of fats, vitamin B12 and A, folic acid and lactose, because damages the mucous membranes of the intestine. It may also occur inflammation of the bile ducts or irritation of the pancreas and jaundice. The disease is diagnosed by examining feces for the presence of parasite cysts and blood for antibodies. Treatment involves the administration of antiparasitic drugs.

All about Niger

Geography

Total area: 1,267,000 km2

Population: 15,290,000 (2009 est.)

Language

Literacy: 17%

Official languages: French, Hausa, Kanuri, Zarma, Tamasheq

Economy

GDP (PPP) per capita: $2,162 (2009 est.)

Politics

Government: Military junta

President of the Supreme Council for the Restoration of Democracy: Salou Djibo

Prime Minister: Mahamadou Danda

Religion

Religions: 93% Muslim, 4% Christian, 3% other religions

Open Doors persecution index: N/A

Prayer points

The outcome of Niger’s recent elections has boosted hopes for a stable democracy. Despite fears of a flawed election process, Niger’s vote proved both credible and peaceful. However, the new government will face huge justice and poverty challenges. In 2010, the UN’s Human Development Index (using criteria of life expectancy, education and health) ranked Niger as 169th out of 171 countries. Less than half the population has access to safe water and communities often lack food for part of the year. Children are prone to diarrhoea, malnutrition and stunted growth. Pray that Niger’s new leaders will have the heart to rule with justice and determinedly tackle poverty. (Tearfund – April 2011)

Children and young adults forced to beg, sold into domestic service, used as labourers in mines and agriculture, and sexually exploited – this is the grim reality of trafficking in Niger and other countries in Africa. Students and graduates are not immune from these dangers and, sadly, young people who go against their parents’ beliefs and convert to Christianity are particularly at risk. Christian students in Niger long to respond to the injustices of society and to be part of helping others to see God’s kingdom come on earth. Please pray for them as they work to encourage church members to join with NGOs who are fighting people trafficking, inspire graduates to sustain this ministry, and equip students to help rescued children re-integrate into society. (IFES – March 2011)

Drought has turned to deluge in parts of Niger – and brought a load more trouble to many people weakened by hunger. For months, nearly half the country’s population has been left unable to feed themselves due to a lack of rain killing crops last year and vast amounts of livestock this year. Now a rain storm hitting the Azawak region has resulted in flash floods, killing many of the remaining animals. Drought and famine have also impacted neighbouring Chad, Mali, Burkina Faso and northern Nigeria. Pray for those in Niger reeling after the floods, that they receive help to get back on their feet. Give thanks for the much-needed rain but pray for regular weather patterns which are required for a good harvest and good pasture for the animals. (Tearfund – August 2010)

The Maures are a large people group spread across the semi-desert countries of North West Africa. They speak Hassaniya, a dialect of Arabic. There are marked social divisions within this people group, particularly between the Arab-Berber ‘white’ Maure, and the ‘black’ Maure, many of whom are descended from former slaves. In this totally Muslim society there has been little response to the gospel. Please pray for isolated believers to be encouraged as well as for radio, films and television programmes to be used as tools to lead people to ask more about the gospel. Finally, pray for opportunities for Christian workers to take the gospel message to villages and towns in the interior. (WEC International – September 2010)

In West Africa, millions are desperate for food. Bad harvests over a number of years mean that staple foods like grain have shot up in price by as much as 43 percent. At the same time, the value of cattle has plummeted. Families would normally trade their cattle for food but now they’re not worth enough. This means they have no money, and many people are eating just one meal a day. In Niger alone, a massive seven million people, half of the country’s population, need urgent help. (Tearfund – July 2010)

batheEspecially in autumn it is experienced by almost everyone: in the court dark and cold, and under a blanket warm and drowsy. In fact, you could just jump to bed and lie down to sleep. And then this stubborn thought appears: Do I need to wash today? The issue took a look at David Leffell, a head of dermatology at the Yale School of Medicine (USA).

about how often you need to take a shower, do not decide the rigid norm imposed by doctors, but rather targeting the social konwenansem intuition. In America and Europe the norm is one bath or a shower per day. As the Business insider gives, citing the data of Euromonitor International, the number of showers per month is increasing in the case of countries with a warm climate (an average of 11 baths a week in Brazil) and people who practise sports. Meanwhile, as Leffell convinces, so frequent baths are not a good idea.

How often do you take a shower?

One of the few guidelines for the number of weeks of bathing is recommendations for children. The American Dermatologic Society recommends one, two baths a week for children between 6. and 11. Years of age, unless the consolation came home very dirty and sweaty. It seems that this is not enough, but scientists argue that a small amount of dirt on the skin of a child will allow it to strengthen immunity.

Fortunately, the final judgement of doctors leaves parents who self-assess how their offspring need quick contact with water and soap.

What about adults?

Some dermatologists stand in the position that the shower twice a week is completely sufficient. Horror? Fortunately, doctors just add that the number of baths should depend on our sense of aesthetics and comfort. However, dermatologists (including the above-mentioned Leffell) hardly stand that kąpiemy a bit too often, which can negatively reflect on the condition of the skin.

How does the bath affect the skin?

The soap is made up of most of the fat and an alkaline substance which dissolves in water (e.g. salt or purified soda). These two components wipe off the skin with a layer of fat and oil that has accumulated since the last bath, dissolve it in water and drain dirt into the pipes with it. Likewise, the shampoo works, which flushes secreted by sebum sebaceous glands.

Therefore, according to Leffella, hair washing should also not be more frequent than every two to three days.

Rub in the fact that a long, hot shower with a decent scrubbing can be harmful to the skin. During its course not only do we deprive the skin of the protective layer, but also firmly wysuszamy it, which makes it susceptible to damage. What is more, a really hot bath and drying of the skin with a towel only enhances this undesirable effect.

As Leffell convinces, if we want to wash ourselves every day, we need to remember a few principles:

  1. Do not overdo it with hot water
  2. Do not kąp for more than 30 minutes (3 minutes fully enough)
  3. Use the lotion, especially just after leaving the shower, when the skin is still slightly moist.

Of course, the rules can safely approach Zdroworozsądkowo. After all, dry and slightly irritated skin (excluding cases of atopy) is not something specifically difficult to identify or cure. On the other hand, if someone does not feel like an evening shower… learning (within reasonable limits) is on its side!