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Ways to Prevent Food Poisoning

3rd February 2022
"The signs and symptoms may appear immediately after ingesting the infected food, or they may appear days or even weeks later."

Food poisoning is an ailment that is caused by bacteria or other poisons in food and is characterized by vomiting and diarrhea.

The signs and symptoms may appear immediately after ingesting the infected food, or they may appear days or even weeks later.

Here are a few precautionary measures you can take to avoid food poisoning.

Wash your hands

Before handling food, after handling raw food - including meat, fish, eggs, and vegetables, and after touching the bin, going to the toilet, blowing your nose, or contacting animals, wash your hands completely with soap and water (warm or cold) and dry them

Cool leftovers quickly

If you're not intending to consume it right away, chill it down as quickly as possible (within 90 minutes) and keep it in the fridge or freezer.

Any leftovers from the fridge should be used within two days, and meals should not be reheated more than once.

Respect 'use-by' dates

Even if it appears and smells fine, do not eat food that has beyond its expiration date.

Use-by dates are determined by scientific studies that demonstrate how quickly hazardous bacteria can develop in packaged food.

Cook food thoroughly

Check to see if the poultry, pork, burgers, sausages, and kebabs are cooked through and through, with no pink flesh inside.

Before cooking, do not wash raw meat (including chicken and turkey), as this can spread bacteria around your kitchen.

Campylobacter germs are reduced when raw chicken is frozen, but they are not totally eliminated.

Cooking chicken thoroughly is the safest technique to eliminate all residues of campylobacter.

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Nutritious foods that boosts immunity

8th December 2020
"Boost your immunity with healthy foods in your diet."

With proper diet and foods, we can strengthen our immunity and fight against several viruses preventing ourselves from flu, cold, and other infections. No supplement can ever cure or prevent diseases completely. We've known this fact with the Coronavirus pandemic that's currently wiping out many people and troubling us. 

We can fight and prevent many viruses and bacteria if we include healthy and nutritious foods in our diet. We've put together some foods that boost our immunity. 

Citrus fruits

Vitamin C is crucial for boosting our immune system. Vitamin C increases the number of white blood cells in our body which positively affects our immune system. Citrus fruits are highly rich in Vitamin C. You might have seen people switch to citrus fruits once they get cold and flu. It is easy to take in as all you have to do is squeeze it in your food. And have it. Grapefruit, oranges, tangerines, lemon, lime, etc are highly rich in vitamin C. 


Brocolli is enriched in vitamins A, C, and E, as well as fiber and many other antioxidants. Broccoli is one of the healthiest vegetables that boost your immune. 


Garlic is an ingredient for many foods. It not only provides zing to the food but also helps you to fight infections. Garlic can slow down the hardening of the arteries, and there’s weak evidence that it helps lower blood pressure. 


Ginger has many benefits and because of it, many people turn to it once they get sick. Ginger decreases inflammation, which can help reduce sore throat and inflammatory illnesses. Ginger may help with nausea as well. 


Spinach is rich in Vitamin C as well as many other antioxidants and beta carotene which allows our body to fight against many bacterias. Like broccoli, it is healthiest when it's as little as possible. 


Yogurt is rich in Vitamin D that regulates the immune system and strengthens our natural defenses. Try to get plain non-flavored yogurt which you can later sweeten with fruits and honey. 


Besides Vitamin C, Vitamin E is also considered immune-boosting nutrition which is high in Almonds. It is packed with Vitamin E and other healthy fats that are essential for your body. 


Turmeric is pretty famous in Nepal because of its nutrition and health benefits. Many Nepalese turn to Turmeric when they get sick. Turmeric has anti-inflammatory benefits and is rich in curcumin which also helps to cure muscles. 


Papaya is highly rich in Vitamin C as well as potassium, magnesium, and folate which are also best for your overall health. 


Chicken and turkeys are best when you are sick. It is highly rich in Vitamin B-6 and helps in the formation of Red blood cells as well.

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Food that help with menstrual/ period cramps

3rd December 2021
"If regular medication isn’t enough to help ease your period cramps, you may want to try modifying your diet."

Cramps are not only painful but also usually associated with fatigue and interfere with your ability to move around and go through your daily routines. If regular medication isn’t enough to help ease your period cramps, you may want to try modifying your diet.

Here are some foods that may ease period-related symptoms:


Bananas are great for menstrual cramps. Bananas are generally easy to find and known to be helpful for period cramps.

They are rich in fiber and will help you have easy bowel movements. As a result, you may feel less bloated and experience less pain overall.

Bananas also contain a lot of magnesium, which is known to reduce the severity of period cramps.

Dark chocolate:

Dark chocolate contains magnesium and fiber, nutrition.

Not only does dark chocolate satisfy your sweet tooth during your period, but it’s high in potassium which helps your muscles to function, ideal for when those cramps come.

These can help relax your muscles and uplift your mood without you having to consume as many calories.


Lemons are rich in vitamins; particularly vitamin C. Vitamin C helps your body absorb iron from your food into your bloodstream and tissues.

Because you may be losing more red blood cells than your body can keep up with during your period, it may be helpful to have some extra vitamin C to boost iron absorption.

Lemons also contain a lot of fiber, which makes them a good food for preventing muscle spasms.


Watermelon is light and sweet. You can easily pop it into a blender and create a delicious smoothie. In addition to that, it is mainly water.

Watermelon will quickly hydrate your body and add small amounts of natural sugars into your bloodstream, which might help with cramping.

Fish and Seafood:

Salmon, tuna, sardines, and oysters are rich sources of omega-3 fatty acids. These nutrients can reduce inflammation in the body and may help tackle period pain.

Besides being a healthy source of protein, salmon is also a great source of vitamins D and B6.

Vitamin D helps you to absorb calcium, another nutrient that can make period pain more manageable.

And vitamin B6 can help with the breast tenderness and irritability you might be experiencing along with your cramps.

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