If you’re someone that can appreciate an everyday household item that is organic, fairly inexpensive, and has many beneficial uses for, then this article is made for you. Below I will list the many reasons why you should keep raw and organic apple cider vinegar in your pantry.
Yes, apple cider vinegar has more uses than just in cooking and removing your t-shirt screen print. Some of you may already some of these benefits but let’s see how much you know. There’s a wide range of uses for vinegar. First off, if you have an upset stomach or diarrhea, drink a glass of water with one or two tablespoons of vinegar. Its antibiotic properties will fix that in a jiffy.
Say you have hiccups and you’ve tried everything. Try taking a spoonful of apple cider vinegar. The sourness of the vinegar could stop it right in its tracks. It also overstimulates the nerves in the throat responsible for the spasms. Continue reading The Kitchen Cabinet Cure
When your tummy starts to rumble and grumble what do you do?
Take a quick drive to the drive through? The supermarkets are usually open twenty-four hours too. That rumbling in your stomach is your body telling you to get going before you start to starve.
In the past, it was a trigger to us to go out and rummage for food. Almost like a survival instinct. Here’s how you can take control back over your appetite and what your body craves.
Regular exercise can help to dampen your appetite. You may think that when you have an intense workout, you would be immensely hungry afterward. Which isn’t the actually the case? Studies have found after a workout the body has lower levels of hunger-inducing hormones and higher levels of appetite-suppressing ones. Now unless you are an Olympic athlete running a marathon or are a tree trimmer, then you won’t feel famished after a good sweat.
An ugly truth about getting thin Continue reading To Crave Healthy Food, Reprogram Your Appetite