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SpiceInsight Daily, 002 – Soursop: the fruit that can help you with cancer treatment and energy boosting

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This is strictly for adults – “How to have better Sex”. This holiday is a super exciting time for everyone else but couples because their job is ensuring everyone else is good at this Christmas. As a couple, you should have massive sex this holiday and enjoy it too. Except, of course, you don’t want to. For the men, ensure your penis is in good ‘standing’.

“Your Uterus can interact with your brain and affect your memory”, this new research says. While it may be known that the uterus and the ovaries have a connection due to their joint role in reproduction, we are now aware of the links between the uterus and the brain. The best-known role of the uterus is its function in pregnancy, but does it serve any other purpose beyond that of reproduction?

Someone said 2018 was a year of quarter-life crisis or if you like – mid-life crisis. We are rounding up 2018 and it seems it is one of those years that mental health awareness was on the high to help more people mon how to deal with depression and its symptons. And if you’re 40 or close to 40, and can’t really put together what’s happen to you especially when it comes to decision making, you might just be experiencing a mid-life crisis. There is a way to manage it and get your life back on track.

As per Google Trend, one of the tops searched fruit is ‘Soursop‘. Soursop is an evergreen fruit that is rich in several compounds, it contains beneficial antioxidants and minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and a small amount of iron that add values to human health. The contribution of soursop fruit to human health are not limited to cancer treatment, energy boosting and bone health maintenance.

These two published reports show that red meat raises heart disease risk. Stay away from Red Meat. The studies show that people who eat red meat — but not vegetarians or people who eat only white meat such as chicken — produce more of a chemical called TMAO (trimethylamine N-oxide), which has been shown to raise heart disease risk. And they stop making so much of the compound a month after they stop eating red meat.


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