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    Kefir Research Paper

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    Kefir is becoming more popular as people have started to discover its many health benefits. Made from fermented milk with granules of beneficial yeasts and bacteria, kefir can balance the body's digestive system and improve overall health. Kefir contains many sugars, lipids, and proteins that are vital to cell-building and repair, along with a number of key vitamins and minerals. Kefir is good for the digestive system The main health benefits of drinking kefir are found in the digestive system. The kefir grains in the drink contain more helpful probiotics than yogurt, along with several types of "good" yeasts. These yeasts act to balance out any harmful yeasts found in the intestinal tract and also wards off parasites. Gas and bloating are…

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    21 years old today and I’m going to head out with the boys for a few drinks down in Fortitude Valley. We all meet up a few minutes from the nightclub district. My friends decide to go to TheMet, we begin to drink, 2 drinks, 4, 6, 10 at this point we decide to head home. Suddenly, I hear what seems to be an insult towards me, I’m infuriated, and I lose it swinging towards the young boy knocking him unconscious as he falls helplessly towards the cement kerb. Blood begins to trail into the gutter…

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    The Soda Fountain

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    In the piece “Stainless steel all along the soda fountain”, Wah uses soda fountain to express the joyfulness and the struggle of his hyphen identity. Wah’s father instructed him to keep the soda fountain clean, taught him to utilize the western modern equipment, and finally Wah surpasses his father by making the soda fountain the “smoothest, shiniest, snazziest soda fountain in town” (41) and creating his own special. Wah emphasises his struggles of adhering to western cleanliness while keeping…

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    Missed Opportunities and Acceptance (A comparison of “Checkouts” and “The Girl Who Can”) In the short stories “Checkouts” and “The Girl Who Can,” there are several intriguing details that are similar and different between the two. One distinct difference is the points of view. In “Checkouts,” Cynthia Rylant uses third-person omniscient point of view, while Ama Ata Aidoo uses first-person point of view in “The Girl Who Can.” Obviously, these points of view are incredibly different. They…

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    They are also lower glycemic than are rolled oats. They have a much better flavor (kind of nutty) and have a better texture. Everyone I have gotten to try these have never went back to rolled oats. KefirIf you like yogurt, you will really enjoy this. Kefir is a fermented milk drink, similar to yogurt. It can be bought in the many stores or you can grow your own at home. It has many health benefits and is a great addition to any diet. In addition to beneficial bacteria and yeast,…

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    quick and easy breakfasts with about 20g of protein, a good source of whole food carbohydrates and healthy fats to fuel your week: Protein Shake (20g protein) 2-3 cups fresh spinach ½ cup frozen blueberries ½ frozen banana 1 scoop protein powder 2 Tbs Chia or flax seeds Liquid of choice: water, almond milk, coconut milk Blend until smooth My favorite protein powders are VegaSport, Sunwarrior (both vegan) or Tera’s Whey protein. If buying Whey protein, make sure it’s organic and “cold…

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    Anti Influenza Essay

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    serovartyphimurium SL1344 and significantly inhibited invasion of the pathogen into cultured human enterocyte-like Caco-2/TC7 cells . The authors contributed the antibacterial activity of L. rhamnosus GG to the production of lactic acid. Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG spent culture supernatant (LGG-SCS) was reported to have antimicrobial activity against Salmonellaenterica serovartyphimurium (S.typhimurium) . Diversification of the sources of probiotics to include traditional fermented foods had…

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    are essential in manufacture of many varieties of cheese and other fermented milk products. Lactococcus lactis is related to other lactic acid bacteria such as Lactobacillus acidophilus in our intestinal tract and Streptococcus salivarius in the mouth. However, Lactococcus does not normally colonize human tissues and differs from many other lactic acid bacteria in its pH, salt, and temperature tolerances for growth, which are important characteristics relevant to its use as a starter culture in…

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    Green smoothies are a beautiful strategy to take advantage of the good sweetness of fruits using the extra health benefits you receive from eating leafy greens. Green smoothies are extremely popular in the raw foods movement. How can you make a green smoothie? Its pretty uncomplicated. I personally start by means of one banana and then I add some berries for their beautiful color, wonderful flavor, as well as the spectrum of anti-oxidants they include. I acquire my berries inside frozen fruits…

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    Dopamine Essay

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    hypothalamus, substantia nigra pars compacta and ventral tegmental area. Dopamine is linked to movement, memory, attention, inhibition of prolactin production, learning, sleep, mood, pleasurable reward, behavior, pain processing and cognition in the body. Symptoms of dopamine deficiencies are lack of motivation, fatigue, procrastination, inability to feel pleasure, low libido, sleep problems, mood swings, hopelessness, memory loss and the inability to concentrate. There are several foods you…

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