Thursday, 27 November 2014
Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Thursday, 20 November 2014
Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Eating may not be fun when you have the flu, but a couple of additions to your diet may help relieve symptoms and reduce your recovery time.
Beans are also a good food because of its vitamins and minerals. It contains iron that increases the amount of red blood cells and zinc which is well-known for treating the cold and flu. Beans also have folic acid, one of the B vitamins needed for health.
Monday, 17 November 2014
If you lived in Nigeria, this is one of those dishes you learned how to cook first. Well this and concoction rice. I would have to give credit to our house-help at the time as she taught me how to make this. It has somehow stuck with me till now and I always try to vary it with the ingredients I add to it. Sometimes I add raisins, grounded peanuts, beef, chicken etc. It’s one of those dishes you can manipulate in terms of ingredients and cooking techniques.
Saturday, 15 November 2014
After a stressful day, sleep is undeniably the best thing that could ever to ever happen to you. It’s that wonderful moment the conscious part of you goes to wonderland and your brain just won’t take a break, instead it goes into overdrive and occupies itself with producing vivid, sensual and sometime scary dreams that take place during rapid-eye-movement stage of your sleep.
Since the 1800s, tobacco usage has been popular. Some chewed it, others smoked it in pipes while some rolled it into Cigarettes.
By the 1940s, up to 300million cigarettes were commercially produced per year. Health experts have been frowning at Cigarette usage since it has been linked to several diseases (cancer being only one of many) and a lot of preventable deaths. For this reason, smoking cessation has been a top priority in public health.