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Signs of Pregnancy

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How to Keep Your Weight in Check

Use these five tips to help you stay on track: Don’t skip meals. Skipping meals can slow your metabolism down. Skipping meals can also cause overeating later in the day. Weigh yourself daily. A daily weight-in may seem like overkill but research shows the method is more effective than getting on the scales less frequently. Keep a health journal. To ensure you’re sticking to your healthy goals, write down everything you eat or drink. Be honest and accurate; otherwise, the journal is not as helpful.

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Foods to avoid when Pregnant

Soft cheeses with white rinds Don’t eat mould-ripened soft cheese (cheeses with a white rind) such as brie and camembert. This includes mould-ripened soft goats’ cheese, such as chevre. These cheeses are only safe to eat in pregnancy if they’ve been cooked. Soft blue cheeses You should also avoid soft blue-veined cheeses such as Danish blue, gorgonzola and roquefort. Soft blue cheeses are only safe to eat in pregnancy if they’ve been cooked. The advice to avoid some soft cheeses is because they are less acidic than hard

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Sukuma Wiki; The Best Roughage

All green leafy vegetables are amazingly healthy. The most easily accessible vegetable in that group in Kenya has to be Sukuma Wiki, also known as Kale. Sukuma Wiki in Swahili literally means push through the week, depicting just how common place it is on Kenyan dinner tables. You have probably eaten it all your life, but I bet you you’ll go for second helpings tonight when you realize just how good it actually is for you. 1. Ideal for weight management and detox Did you

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Sleeping Pills Killer!!!

On the surface, prescription sleep aids can seem like the perfect cure for insomnia: Take a pill, and a few minutes later you slip into a restful sleep. Though they do have legitimate uses, sleeping pills also come with significant risks and side effects, which many people don’t realize, says Marc Leavey, MD, a doctor of internal medicine at MD Mercy Hospital in Baltimore.  “They’re fairly safe and well-tolerated,” Dr. Leavey says. “But when you use them improperly, you can have problems.” Before you turn

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