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Coronavirus precaution: 10 ways to make sure you do not catch the disease

Coronavirus precaution: 10 ways to make sure you do not catch the disease

  Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Maintain at least three feet distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth. Stay home when you are sick. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then dispose of the tissue safely. Clean and disinfect frequently-touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe. Wearing a mask is not necessary unless you are taking care of an infected person. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) does recommend that only infected people wear masks to prevent the spread of the virus. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap with soap and water when hands are visibly dirty.   If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention immediately. Keep in mind the travel advisory set out by the Ministry of Health and Welfare.  
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10 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Adults

10 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Adults

Eat a variety of foods Base your diet on plenty of foods rich in carbohydrates Replace saturated with unsaturated fat Enjoy plenty of fruits and vegetables Reduce salt and sugar intake Eat regularly, control the portion size Drink plenty of fluids Maintain a healthy body weight Get on the move, make it a habit! Start now! And keep changing gradually.
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Benefits Of Egg Whites: From Reducing Blood Pressure To Inducing Weight Loss And More!

Benefits Of Egg Whites: From Reducing Blood Pressure To Inducing Weight Loss And More!

Eggs make for an important part of our breakfast and are known for their many health benefits; moreover, they are versatile. They can be made in to an omelette or can be scrambled, boiled, fried or just about anything. However, there has been a constant debate on how eggs also contribute to increased cholesterol level that is generally found in the egg yolk, which is why most people opt for only egg whites. Eating only egg whites instead of whole may lower the amount of calories, fat and saturated fats you consume. We reveal some benefits the much neglected egg whites have.   1. Cholesterol-Free Once you have removed the egg yolk, the egg is left with no cholesterol content. Therefore, anyone who has high cholesterol levels can eat egg whites, leaving lesser chances of developing heart disease risk or elevation of cholesterol levels. 2. Rich In Protein Whole eggs top the charts in terms of protein content, courtesy egg yolk. However, egg whites also tend to have generous amount of low-fat protein that is beneficial for the body. High quality protein helps build muscles and also helps you cut down on cravings and hunger pangs by keeping you fuller for long.   3. Low-Calorie Food Egg is not a high-calorie food in the first place; therefore, cutting the yolk out of the meal would only mean you are adding even lesser calories. So if you are looking to lose weight, make sure you opt for egg whites rather than the whole egg. 4. Helps In Maintaining Blood Pressure The presence of potassium in an egg white may help reduce and maintain blood pressure levels. Potassium is a mineral and electrolyte that is associated with heart and bone health along with the proper functioning of the body. According to a study by American Chemical Society, egg white contains a peptide called RVPSL, which is a component of protein that helps reduce blood pressure levels.
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Benefits Of Egg Whites: From Reducing Blood Pressure To Inducing Weight Loss And More!

Benefits Of Egg Whites: From Reducing Blood Pressure To Inducing Weight Loss And More!

Eggs make for an important part of our breakfast and are known for their many health benefits; moreover, they are versatile. They can be made in to an omelette or can be scrambled, boiled, fried or just about anything. However, there has been a constant debate on how eggs also contribute to increased cholesterol level that is generally found in the egg yolk, which is why most people opt for only egg whites. Eating only egg whites instead of whole may lower the amount of calories, fat and saturated fats you consume. We reveal some benefits the much neglected egg whites have.   1. Cholesterol-Free Once you have removed the egg yolk, the egg is left with no cholesterol content. Therefore, anyone who has high cholesterol levels can eat egg whites, leaving lesser chances of developing heart disease risk or elevation of cholesterol levels. 2. Rich In Protein Whole eggs top the charts in terms of protein content, courtesy egg yolk. However, egg whites also tend to have generous amount of low-fat protein that is beneficial for the body. High quality protein helps build muscles and also helps you cut down on cravings and hunger pangs by keeping you fuller for long.   3. Low-Calorie Food Egg is not a high-calorie food in the first place; therefore, cutting the yolk out of the meal would only mean you are adding even lesser calories. So if you are looking to lose weight, make sure you opt for egg whites rather than the whole egg. 4. Helps In Maintaining Blood Pressure The presence of potassium in an egg white may help reduce and maintain blood pressure levels. Potassium is a mineral and electrolyte that is associated with heart and bone health along with the proper functioning of the body. According to a study by American Chemical Society, egg white contains a peptide called RVPSL, which is a component of protein that helps reduce blood pressure levels.
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