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The use of cocoa and harms of cocoa.

 

In the Soviet Union cocoa was in short supply, so those who had even the cheapest cocoa powder, could be proud of and to believe that life is good. Now, of course, in Russia cocoa is not in deficit, but a thousand years before Christ, the cocoa beans were valuable, the Mayans, have been in use as cash. For a handful of cocoa, you could even buy two slaves!

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Bifidobacteria

 

Probably everyone has seen TV ad, aggressively advertised the unique properties of some yogurt. Typically, one of the main arguments that should lead the viewer to buy this delicious fermented milk product, is the presence in its composition of bifidobacteria – a very useful microorganisms for the stomach and good digestion.

Advertising in General is really right – bifidobacteria very useful for our

health. By nature, they are non-pathogenic bacteria living mostly in our gastrointestinal tract. If someone is all right with health – bifidobacteria in the gut a lot and food is digested without problems. But if there is more pathogenic and useful bacteria – expect trouble in the form of dysbiosis and other troubles. Therefore, you need to consume as many dairy products containing bifidobacteria.

The function of bifidobacteria in the human body

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Fireweed
  Fireweed (epilobium) is a unique plant with many beneficial properties and is used for many different purposes. It is a perennial plant with a thick creeping rhizome, erect stem,…

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White tea benefits
The benefits of white tea and its differences from other species The content White tea – a drink made from the dried buds and tender leaves of the plant Camellia…

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Green tea history, medicinal properties
Green tea has become an integral part of modern life. For Europeans it was known for centuries, and in the East have long been used as a medicine against various…

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