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My 1st award

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Thanks a lot to Dede for the award,
this is my first award.
As his last message (not last word) i'd like to pass by this to :

Dorothy_L
Dede Online
BitterSweet Life

Natural Way of Asthma cure

Lot of way how to deal with asthma naturally, I recommend you to look these tips bellow. Natural means fewer side effects, as we know that those chemical have greater side effect, especially after prolonged use, why don’t we try natural remedies:

Ginger
Is the best home remedy. You can make ginger juice with honey added to meet you liking. Or you also can boil it with little bit of water and honey.

Fenugreek
Add fenugreek in a cup of water.

Blend of Radish, Lemon Juice and Honey.

Simmer the blend on the small heat, sip it warm.

Omega-3 Fatty Acid
It may decrease inflammation and improve lung function. Contain most in cold water oily fish like salmon, tuna, mackerel and herring.

Kiwi fruit
Its vitamin C-fruit has protective effect against respiratory symptoms associated with asthma.

Fruits and vegetables contain Lycopene
Lycopene is a bright red carotenoid pigment and phytochemical found in tomatoes, watermelon, pink grapefruit, pink guava, papaya, rosehip puree and apricot. Try to take hal…

Foods allergen to Asthma

Food allergy involved patients with food-induced asthma, it’s recognized by the symptoms begin within a few hours of eating food allergen. For years many scientific and clinical research investigate that some foods and foods ingredients may cause symptoms triggers with asthma. It is unusual, but food allergies may trigger asthma.

Bellow mentions foods and foods additives can trigger asthma:
• Milk
• Eggs
• Peanuts
• Tree nuts
• Soy
• Wheat
• Fishes
• Smoke especially from tobacco
• Salt
• Tartrazine and other food dyes or colourings.
• Benzoates as food and drug preservative.
• BHA and BHT as food preservatives.
• MSG or monosodium glutamate as flavour enhancer.
• Aspartame as sweetener.
• Nitrat and nitrit as food preservatives.
• Sulphites and sulphating agents such, sodium sulphite, sodium bisulphite, sodium metasulfite, potassium bisulphite, potassium metasulfite and sulphur dioxide.
Sulphites is found commonly in some preservatives or processed foods such dried fruits or vegetables, potato chips,…

20 mistakes parents made in teaching their children

1.  Want the kids to do their commands without telling them the causes. As parents we have to give the explanation to the kids why they can not to do something, in good manner, calm and wisely.

2.  No fixed rule for the kids. To spoil them and give whatever they want make them don’t care with their surround. But giving a hard life is only making them feel bad and waste by parents who do not appreciate their hard work. and what you did is going to be a bad example to them

3.  Parents’ weakness in teaching the kids how to control themselves and behaviour, giving love and attention in the same time.

4.  Don’t have passionate to handle the kids. Parents know how to control their emotion and passion if they understand:
-   Kids standard is different with adult standard
-   Commit mistakes is the most thing kids will do
-   Kids problematic can’t be finished in one day.

5.  Don’t understand the kids’ motivation in doing mistakes, without response the mistake in the right way.
-   don’t know…

Asthma

Asthma Description

Asthma is a chronic lung disease that cause of difficult breathing, due to constriction, tightening of the airways muscle, sorenesss, swelling, and inflamation. This inflamation cause the normal function of the airways to become execessive and over reactive then producing more mucus.

The Triggers
Dust
Tobacco smoke
Changes in weather
Emotional factor
Allergy reactions
Exercise
Respiratory infection
Drugs and chemical, such as aspirin, ibuproven, voltaren,
artificial coloring (tartrazine dye), food preservatives (metabisulfite) and monosodium glutamate (MSG).

The Symptoms
Cough after running or crying
Night cough
Chest tightness and shortness of breath
Difficulty breathing
Wheezing or whistling sounds audible when exhales
Bluish color to the lips and face
Rapid pulse
Sweating
Decreased level of alertness, such as severe drowsiness or confusion
Fatigue

Treatment
Medications, visit doctor for more instruction.
Avoid triggers factor
Airway monitoring,
A peak flow meter is recommended as a moni…

Probiotic & Prebiotic Foods

What is Probiotic?
According to the currently adopted definition by FAO/WHO, probiotics are: ‘Live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host’. The benefit of this microorganisms in human life pastulated by French scientist Louis Pasteur (1822 –1895).

Probiotic and Prebiotic in Our Foods
Probiotic foods commonly find around us like in certain yoghurt and culture dairy products which has potential benefit to improve gastrointestinal health and systemic immunity. Some fermented products contain similar lactic acid are Tempe, miso, doenjang, kimchi, sauerkraut, and soy sauce.

Prebiotic is defined as the food for beneficial bacterias such as yeast, Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli, kinds of bacterial species in the colon.

Prebiotic component like Inulin, Frukto Oligo Sacharides (FOS), Polydextrose, Arabinogalactan, Polyols—lactulos and lactitol can be found naturally in whole grains, onions, bananas, garlic, honey, leeks, artichokes. It benefi…