Many articles describe smoothies as healthy food. However when we drink smoothies, our saliva barely go down with the smoothie to our stomach to help our digestion compared to chewing our food and swallowing it. So, if you have digestion issues or you want to protect your spleen and stomach from future digestion problems, please chew your food rather than just drinking smoothies.
Our body cannot process cleaning chemical products such as bleaches, dishwasher detergent, etc. If we put these chemicals into our body, our body tries to discharge them through urine or bowel movements. However, if we put more chemicals in than we can discharge, our body simply stores the residual chemicals and accumulate it over time until one day it explodes, shows up as cancer or other symptoms. So please wash more with hot water for your dishes, and use clean water with less or no chemicals for food, and rinse more after using chemicals.
More and more people get electrical or electromagnetic hypersensitivity, which causes insomnia, palpitation, an uneasy mind, etc. If you are one of them, please put your phone or fitbit away in a distance as much as you can, especially during sleep.
SEASONAL HEALTH NOTES:
Fall is coming quickly. People are starting to finish up yard work and rake leaves. We have had a damp summer this year. So, there are a lot of mold in the yard. If you are allergic to mold, you may want to wear mask or scarf to cover your mouth and nose while you are working outside. If your allergies are bad, you may want to come in for a treatment or get some herbs to improve your immune system and reduce the allergy symptoms.
For other suggestions or more detailed information, please, check our seasonal notes online.
RECIPES: -- Egg Muffins
Eating tasty eggs in a busy morning is impossible sometimes. This Egg Muffins recipe can help you to have warms tasty eggs without struggling too much.
12 eggs, half pound of bacon or sausage chopped, 2 green onions chopped, some veggies chopped (optional).
1. preheat oven to 350F degrees, lightly grease 12 muffin cups, or use paper muffin liners 2. beat eggs in a large bowl, stir in all other ingredients, 3. bake in preheated oven until a toothpick inserted near the center comes out clean (20 to 25 minutes) 4. cool the egg muffins down to room temperature, put 2 muffins in each Ziploc and put them in the freezer. Every morning, take the 2 muffins out and microwave 45 seconds, eat them warm
Serve 1 person for 6 days.
Have a healthy, happy fall season.
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