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Reasons Why You Should Eat At Least One Egg Everyday That You Didn’t Know About.

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Eating at least an egg a day has its own share of health benefits.

This article clearly outlines health benefits of this sumptuous meal.

Benefits of Taking An Egg Everyday

1.They Lower Triglycerides

Triglycerides is a risk factor for the heart disease.

It is formed when you eat fat that isn’t needed right away by the body.

It is found in your fat and blood cells.

Omega-3 enriched eggs contain fatty acids that reduce blood triglycerides.

2.Lowers The Risk of Breast Cancer.

A research carried out at Harvard University proves this.

It shows that a woman who consumes at least 6 eggs a week has a 44% reduction in the risk of getting breast cancer.

The choline in eggs is also a protective component against breast cancer risk.

3.High in Quality Protein.

It is very important to consume enough protein.

Proteins are the building blocks of the body.

They formulate all sorts of tissues which serve as structural and functional process.

A single egg contains around 6 grams of protein.

Eggs also contain essential amino acids which further help in working with protein in your body.

This is important for stronger bones, increases muscle mass etc.

4.Promotes Brain Health.

An egg contains 125.5 milligrams of choline.

This is good for the heart and brain health.

It regulates memory and mood.

It helps cognitive function like visual and verbal memory.

Choline is beneficial for a baby’s brain development during pregnancy.

5.Contains essential minerals.

Minerals like iron, zinc and phosphorus are present in eggs.

Zinc maintains your immune system and turns food into energy.

Iron helps in menstruation.

Eggs also contain iodine which is required to make thyroid hormones and selenium.

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Fundraiser for Baby Ayah Hits Target.

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Fundraiser for baby Ayah hits target of 240 Million.

The 18-month old Ayah suffers from a spinal muscular atrophy.

The genetic disease found in one in 10000 children born worldwide.

At the age of 9 months her parents noticed that Ayah was unable to raise her head when lying down.

She couldn’t sit on her own or clap, all these she had previously done with ease.

When word went round that she needed the world’s most expensive drug to save her life, well-wishers came together to raise funds.

They came from both Kenya and abroad.

As of April this year, a total of KSh146 Million had been raised.

 This was more than half of the figure needed for her drug.

As at now, the targeted 240 Million has been reached, thanks to the clarion call that railed everyone to baby Ayah’s support.

The family was full of gratitude for the media houses that were at the forefront in fighting for little Ayah.

The little girl will be on treatment called Zolgensma which goes for 230 Million.

This is the world’s most expensive drug.

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Health Benefits of Garlic That You Need to Know.

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Health benefits of garlic that you need to know include:

Purifies the blood.

With garlic, you can easily tackle the root cause of acne by purifying your blood from inside to get a healthier skin on the outside.

Garlic is an Anti-bacterial and Anti-parasitic plant.

It is used as an anti-biotic to treat bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections.

Diluted garlic extract also helps children with tapeworm infections.

Garlic lowers cholesterol levels.

Helps control Diabetes.

The deadliness of diabetes is as a result of its numerus side effects.

Diabetes can harm the Kidney, inhibit nervous system functions, cause heart disorders.

It can even lead to poor eye sight.

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Are You Looking for the Easiest Way to Know When You Are Most Fertile? Here’s How to Calculate the Ovulation Cycle Correctly.

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Calculating the ovulation cycle isn’t as easy for every female as it may look like.

This article describes how to calculate the fertile window correctly and easily.

Ovulation is the release of an egg from a female’s ovary.

After release, the egg moves to the fallopian tube where it stays for 24hours or more.

Pregnancy occurs when a sperm travels to the fallopian tube and fertilizes the egg during this time.

If the egg isn’t fertilized, it moves to the uterus, breaks down and leaves the body in form of blood.

This is known as menstruation.

Females are most fertile within the first two days of ovulation.

However, it’s important to note that it’s possible to get pregnant in the days leading up to ovulation as sperms can survive for several days in the female body.

The days of the menstrual cycle are when a woman is least likely to get pregnant.

This is called the “safe period” or the “safe days”

Signs of Ovulation.

Tacking your ovulation days assists you to know the exact day you ovulate every month.

They include:

1.Mild cramps on the lower abdomen

2.Wetter, clearer and more slippery vaginal discharge

3Slight increase in basal body temperature

4.Higher sex drive

Signs like body temperature will continue to change after ovulation has occurred.

For this reason, the factor shouldn’t be used to predict the fertile window.

It’s also important to note that the ovulation time may change depending on different factors.

Calculating Ovulation.

Ovulation takes place around 14 days before a person expects to have their next period.

This is if their cycle is 28 days.

Most people ovulate between days 11 and 21 of their cycle.

The first day of their last menstrual period id their day 1 of the cycle.

The cycle around ovulation is the fertile window.

At this time, chance of getting pregnant is very high.

The below table summarizes a typical menstrual cycle and how fertile a person is likely to be at each stage.

1-7 days: this is the least fertile stage of your cycle

8-9 days: here it’s possible to conceive (post-menstruation stage)

10-14 days: Most fertile stage

15-16 days: Possible to conceive (post-ovulation stage)

17-28 days: Thickening of uterine lining, less fertile, unlikely to conceive.

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