Ultra processed foods cause intestinal and stomach problemm

A recent study has found that certain types of processed foods, drinks and biscuits are ‘ultra-processed’ causing a number of diseases, such foods usually cause diseases of the intestines, stomach, liver and stomach.

According to the research published in the medical journal ‘CGH Journal’, experts reviewed five different studies from 2002 to 2022 to find out the effects of ‘ultra-processed’ foods on human health

A review of past research has shown that ‘ultra-processed’ foods cause ‘Crohn’s disease’, which is actually a disease of the intestines, stomach, liver, gall bladder and stomach, and that of humans. The digestive system is directly affected .

Foods use chemicals to keep them fresher for longer, which is why they are not good for health.

The most common types of ‘ultra-processed’ foods are ready-made foods available in markets, which are eaten hot at home, but such foods also include fast food, while some types of bread, including beverages and biscuits, are also ultra-processed. .

‘Ultra-processed’ foods are high in sugar, salt, ghee, oil and chemicals, making them dangerous for the human digestive system

 They cause inflammation or body irritation, and complaints such as abdominal pain, indigestion, constipation and inflammation of the intestines are common.

People who eat fast food, fried foods, and ultra-processed foods are also more likely to complain of inflammation or swelling in the esophagus, while also having serious digestive problems.

People who constantly consume ‘ultra-processed’ foods are also at increased risk of developing certain serious diseases, including complaints of blood in stool and urine


Rice water is beneficial for health and skin, but how?

If you wash the rice and discard the water, you can now benefit from it.

You won’t want to discard rice water since the benefits are so great.

advantages of rice water

Because rice water has a lot of vitamins and minerals that are good for hair and skin, applying it on the face and hair makes the skin soft and smooth and makes the hair silky and straight.

If the skin is not taken care of in this situation, the rash starts to appear and then their dark marks leave stains on the face for years. In the summer, excess oil comes on the skin and dust and sweat start to cause nail acne on the face.

The best treatment for nail acne is rice water, which also helps to close skin pores. Wash the rice, separate the water after filtering it, then put the water in the refrigerator. After a while, when the water has cooled, sprinkle it on your face.

The nails will fall out, the grain marks will disappear, the skin will stay hydrated, the colour of the rice water will improve, and the freckles will also vanish as a result of doing this.

You can also keep a cotton or tissue on your face for 15 to 20 minutes each day after soaking it in rice water.

Is Coffee Healthy? | James Hoffman and Professor Tim Spector

Coffee was first consumed thousands of years ago by Ethiopian tribesmen who crushed up the berries to help them focus while praying. When coffee first arrived in Europe in the 17th century, beer and wine were swiftly replaced as popular breakfast beverages.

Coffee has recently been connected to an increasing epidemic of bad sleep, which it was previously blamed for in the 20th century along with high blood pressure and heart attacks. All of this has not stopped coffee’s unrelenting growth.

Every day, more than 2 billion cups of the liquid are consumed. So, as many of us believe, is coffee a sinful treat? Or is it a health beverage that feeds your beneficial gut flora?

Jonathan asks James Hoffmann and Tim Spector about it in this episode to learn more. They explore whether decaffeinated coffee is good, how it affects your gut bacteria, hormones, and your heart, and some of coffee’s most interesting side effects, which could be useful if you end up in the jungle.

James Hoffmann is a renowned coffee specialist, the co-founder and chairman of Square Mile Coffee Roasters, and the author of the World Atlas of Coffee. One of the top 100 scientists in the world with the most citations is Tim Spector, a co-founder of ZOE.

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