Save up your time & money in getting Pain relievers when you can get them right from your own pantry.

We know how important pain killers are in every households, but sometimes when we ran out of supply and we badly needed them it will be handier to know the best alternative ways to have painkillers by getting it right from our kitchen.

Here are some of the best Natural Painkillers you can have;

1. Water water

Never underestimate the power of water! Aside from the fact that is the number one dehydrator it also known as the best healing agent for any discomforts. When you are drinking plenty of water our body is flushing out histamine among other toxins, and this compound is best in helping our body in releasing anti-bodies.

2. Gingerginger

One of most popular natural health remedies all through the years is ginger. Aside from the good flavour it can produce when added to our dishes, this is also best armed with potent compounds called as gingerols which helps regulate the production of pain hormones and sooth pain in no time. This is best in treating any muscle and joint pains.

3. Clovescloves

This comes handy to soothe your tooth ache. Chewing on a clove can help you from any gum problem, tooth ache or even inflammation because of its anaesthetic properties. It is also popularly known that can help lower cholesterol levels and regulates blood sugar.

4. Garlicgarlic

Armed with various anti-oxidants is one best resource for most infections. Make oil extract from garlic and your ear infection will vanish easily and naturally with just a few drops of garlic oil.

5. Turmericproduct_turmeric
Turmeric boosts a reputable position in ayurvedic medicine. It has a component called as curcurim which can help reduce inflammation specifically, arthritis pain. It is also best to heal any internal or external wounds because of the it’s natural anti inflammatory property.

6. Blueberriesblueberries

Crowned as one of the most potent food in defying minor and serious health conditions are Blueberries. Daily consumption of blueberries attests to lessen any urinary tract infections. Blueberries are rich in Tannis compound which can address infection caused by the bacteria in the bladder and prevent it in spreading.

7. Probioticsyogurt

Probiotics are live cultured bacteria that can address painful symptoms linked with PMS. This is mostly found in yogurt. So, eating yogurt is considered as a calming food that settles your nervous system especially when you are having hormonal fluctuations.

The list can go on for natural painkillers, but I hope this can give you a head start to look for natural sources and ways in dealing with pains.

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Delicious Cinnamon Apple Chips

Apple Cinnamon Chips
Ingredients:

1-2 apples
1 tsp cinnamon

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
Using a sharp knife or mandolin, slice apples thinly. Discard seeds. Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper and arrange apple slices on it without overlapping. Sprinkle cinnamon over apples.
Bake for approximately 1 hour, then flip. Continue baking for 1-2 hours, flipping occasionally, until the apple slices are no longer moist. Store in airtight container.

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How can I work out the right amount of fats, proteins and carbs to consume for my body?

coverThis is probably the most important question that we all have to face when we’re creating a healthier, more natural diet and it would surely be extremely helpful if we could rely on a perfect, magical ratio of carbs, protein and fats to tell us to create the universal, perfect balance of nutrients.
But guess what! – There is no magic ratio. It simply does not exist.

And this makes perfect sense because each of us is uniquely different and so we all have different needs in relation to our individual health condition, our personal preferences, our current level of fitness and our weight-loss goals. Our distant ancestors also ate various portion sizes depending on the food supplies that were available, the preferences for certain food types and the climatic conditions. For all these reasons, a one size fits all calculation is definitely not a good idea.

The simplest approach for most of us is to eat what feels natural while including lots of healthy fats, animal protein and vegetables as well as some low sugar fruits (berries only) and nuts. What we recommend is to eat high-fat, moderate-protein and low-carb (focusing on vegetables). Carbs, in the form of vegetables, fruits and tubers can be eaten in larger quantities by someone who tolerates them well or who needs the energy for long-distance and endurance sports. Higher carbs, even from natural sources, are often the cause of difficulty in losing fat. Carbs encourage fat storage in humans. Carbs also provoke an inflammatory response so they can inhibit recovery from an auto-immune disease, and people suffering from these conditions, or who are already insulin-resistant from their previous diet, could easily benefit from reducing their carb intake to the minimum.

The typical Paleo recommendations are that one should eat between 100 and 150 grams of carbs per day for maintenance, between 50 and 100 grams for moderate fat loss and less than 50 grams for accelerated fat loss. You’ll see that 150 grams of carbs represents a lot of vegetables, enough to satisfy those who dislike the idea of a very low carb diet.

As for proteins, the recommendations vary between 0.7 grams per pound of lean body weight mass per day to 1g of total body mass per day. On the low end, an individual who weighs 180 pounds and has a lean body mass of 160 pounds would eat around 112 grams of protein per day and 180 grams a day in the high end of the recommendation. Those recommendations take into account preservation and gain of lean muscle mass. We would say that if you fall anywhere between this range, you are in the sweet spot for your daily protein need.
As for fat, you should probably have as much as you want and it should be your main macronutrient intake. One easy strategy is to cover your bases in terms of protein and carbs and consume the rest of your calories from fat. Eat until you’re not hungry anymore and don’t count calories.

With all that being said, we want to reiterate the importance of not stressing over macronutrient intake. Don’t start calculating everything. Unless you’re dealing with a specific problem, Paleo-Keto-Epigenetic should be all about simplicity and flexibility. The results will speak for themselves.

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