Been sometime since i posted, its all gravy but moving on riddlers. Its about time i divulged some new tricks, cue tips – recaps included no chalk.
8 tricks to improve your game ‘in life’
#1 Roasted Almonds, these great nuts provide calcium and potassium
#2 Brazil nuts, excellent source of selenium. Mind having too many daily max of 2
#3 Coconut oil, contains good quantity’s of lauric acid
#4 Turmeric for curcumin, mix this and Coconut oil for a great mouth wash
#5 Lard, undisputedly one of the healthiest oils for cooking and general use
#6 Drinking tea with food stops iron being absorbed
#7 Coffee acidify’s your body whilst salted water makes it alkaline.
#8 Drinking water with food is the best way to rehydrate than water alone.
Following these tips may offer some significant health benefits. I’ll share a story with you all of something ive suffered from for a number of years and how i tackled it. Ive had a nasty tooth infection on and off for sometime, no money to visit the dentist and quite frankly not all that interested. So what was i to do? All this knowledge ive accumulated, there must be a way to resolve it. One night I stumbled on a great article about tooth infections
Noticed in the article this very interesting paragraph
“Both tooth decay and gum disease are caused by an overgrowth of aggressive oral bacteria, Streptococcus mutans (S. mutans). Very quickly after eating sugar, sticky glycoproteins adhere to your teeth. S. mutans can stick to the glycoproteins. S. mutans digests fructose in the mouth to create energy. Lactic acid is a byproduct of their metabolic process. It is the lactic acid that causes cavities by dissolving the calcium phosphate in tooth enamel.”
Ok i thought why didn’t i ever think of this before, we are taught from a young age to brush and floss daily atleast 2 times a day. This gets rid of the plaque and food debris but does it get rid of the bacteria? Somehow i doubt it. So what gets rid of the bacteria? which is actually the root cause. This little bogger Streptococcus mutans is one of the culprits. According to this wiki page turmeric kills it pretty good along with a host of other nasty’s. So what i did was got some Coconut oil combined with a little turmeric powder then swished for about 10 mins. Tonight my mouth has never felt cleaner. If coconut oil is difficult to buy as it may be in some country’s you could mix turmeric with milk or just water, olive oil would work well.
Truck on Space Truckers, be well and enjoy your game 😀