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Begin your mornings with milk, to be recharged and active the whole day and get your daily dose of vitamin, calcium and other nutrients.
21 Nov 2017
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KC+ SMP can make reconstituted liquid milk or can be used in Indian sweets, curd, tea/coffee whitener. It is used in bakery, confectionary, dairy, chocolates, biscuits and ice cream industry as a source of milk proteins.
21 Nov 2017
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Camel milk contains natural insulin that is easily absorbed in the human body. Lactose intolerant people can also drink camel milk as camel milk doesn't contain the allergen present in cow's milk. Camel milk reduces hyperactivity, improves gut healing and behavior of children suffering from autism. Camel milk helps in boosting immunity and overall body growth of the human body.
27 Nov 2017
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Panda’s are one of the cutest animals of nature. They are cuter when kids and when the cuteness overflows when they are drinking milk from like this.
28 Nov 2017
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He was abandoned by his mother at birth. We adopted him and gave him special milk. Then we had the idea of giving him a pacifier. He liked it so much that he wouldn't let go!
1 Dec 2017
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How to Deal with Your Child's Anemia signs of anemia in babies If you suspect your child has anemia, get a proper diagnosis from a doctor before you begin treatment. Anemia can be temporary or chronic, mild or life-threatening. It has many causes, and treatment depends on cause. Once your child has been diagnosed, there are many steps you can take to restore iron to her system, prevent complications, and provide her with safety and fun.
25 Nov 2017
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Have you seen Tom and Jerry drinking from the same bowl right? Well here is your chance to watch them in real life defining the law of nature.
27 Nov 2017
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Say goodbye to dry, flaky skin this winter! Keep your skin smooth and glowing with NIVEA’s unique Oil-in-Lotion.
13 Dec 2017
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How to Lower Diastolic causes of high diastolic blood pressure normal systolic Diastolic blood pressure is the amount of pressure in your arteries when your heart rests between beats. A normal, healthy diastolic blood pressure should be between 70 and 80 mmHg, while diastolic blood pressure numbers of 90 and higher can increase your risk for heart attack, stroke, and other health problems. Your diastolic blood pressure can be lowered in the same way your systolic blood pressure is lowered: by practicing a series of healthy diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes, and in some cases, by using medical treatments. 1 Following a Heart-Healthy Diet 1 Eat a diet comprised of healthy whole foods. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, legumes, low-fat dairy products, and foods high in potassium naturally help improve heart health and lower diastolic blood pressure. Start consuming more whole foods, and cut back on foods that are processed and high in sugar and fat. On a daily basis, try to get 6 to 8 servings of whole grains (1 slice of bread is one serving), 4 to 5 servings of vegetables (½ cup cooked veggies is one serving), and 4 to 5 servings of fruits (½ cup fruit juice is one serving).[1] You should also aim for 2 to 3 servings of dairy (1 cup fat-free milk is one serving), 6 servings or fewer of lean meat/poultry/fish (3 oz. of cooked meat is one serving), and 4 to 5 servings of nuts/seeds/legumes per day (2 tbsp peanut butter is one serving) per day.[2] Limit your consumption of sweets to 5 servings or fewer per week.[3] Foods rich in potassium can help balance out the effect of sodium, so consider eating more potassium-rich fruits and vegetables in particular, including oranges, avocados, beans, greens, potatoes, and tomatoes
24 Nov 2017
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Today we’ll going to tell you about the Yellow Sapphire wearing method and rituals. When you buy a certified Yellow Sapphire, the first thing to do with it is to purify it with Cow Milk and Gangajal for at least 10 minutes. After that, you should consult your astrologer to wear it with right rituals.
6 Dec 2017
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It would be impossible to discuss the effects, and source of, mercury poisoning on any health issue without first considering how early you can be exposed to it. I’m sure that learning this will shock most people who are not aware of just how early their exposure to mercury begins, and the surprising source of that exposure. It also opens a Pandora’s box when it comes to connecting mercury poisoning to any health issue. The first time anyone can be exposed to mercury from amalgam fillings is at the moment of conception; if the mother has mercury amalgam fillings! Mercury entering the mother from her amalgam fillings can be passed to the fetus via the placenta, with the exposure continuing daily until birth. As mercury also passes into breast milk the exposure to it will continue through the nursing period. The amount of mercury the fetus and nursing baby will be exposed to can vary greatly and depend on a number of factors, including; • How many fillings the mother has; • How long she has had them; • How the fillings were stimulated; • How often they were stimulated and for how long; • Did she have any removed or placed during fetal development and nursing; and • Was the baby nursed and for how long. The exposure to mercury at such a critical time of development is bad enough but it’s made worse by the fact that the fetus hasn’t developed a protective immune system. One should never lose sight of the fact that mercury is very toxic to an adult and far, far more so for a developing fetus and baby. It can also cause genetic changes. Mercury is classified as mutagenic substance and is also teratogenic. A mutagenic substance, any agent that causes a permanent change in genetic material, can cause genetic mutations. These mutations can lead to many birth defects and other health problems later in life. A teratogenic substance is one that disrupts the growth and development of the embryo and fetus, leading to neurological and central nervous system disorders.
10 Dec 2017
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You know how they say milk is good for the bones ? Well, here's the proof.
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