1 Bubble Gum
Myth: Swallowed chewing gum has been digested for seven years.
Truth: Despite the fact that chewing gum sticks to almost everything, your stomach is one of the few exceptions! Experts recognize that your body can not digest the gum, but it will quietly pass through the digestive system in a completely normal period of time (about 24 hours for the average person). But, what is most interesting, it, as if to say, will come out in the same form as it got into your body – in the form of a sticky lump! Continue reading
Every woman in her life is faced with thrush – there are no exceptions. Especially often pregnant women are prone to this disease, who are often embarrassed to tell their doctor about this problem and ask questions in thematic forums. But in vain, shy of this disease is not necessary.
The medical name for thrush is candidiasis. The reason for its appearance is a fungus of the genus Candida, which can be found in the body of any woman, because he, like many other microorganisms, is involved in some metabolic processes. Continue reading
Red meat (that is, ungulate meat) nutritionists accuse of many mortal sins, actively recommending to switch to poultry meat. In particular, the results of one of the long-term studies published in March of this year by scientists at the Harvard School of Public Health (Harvard School of Public Health) once again convinced the public that consumption of red meat can increase the risk of early death. Continue reading