Which Pain Is Good For What?

Which Pain Is Good For What?
Which Pain Is Good For What?
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Dr. Fevzi Özgönül stated that in recent years, carrot has been good for early dementia, Alzheimer's, heart attack, chronic headaches, skin and lung cancer; He gave information about the foods eaten in the season.

Spinach against tooth decay

Dr. Fevzi Özgönül said that spinach, known as an iron store, contains a vegetable rich in vitamins A, B, C, E, magnesium, phosphorus, iodine minerals and protein, and therefore, spinach increases the body's resistance and added; protects the body against It also strengthens bones and teeth. It is protective against tooth decay.

DIGESTIVE FRESH BEANS

I remind you that green beans should be consumed 2 times a week, especially during the season. Although it is a low-calorie and low-fat vegetable, it is a useful food because it helps the digestion of other foods due to its abundant fibrous structure and prevents the absorption of bad cholesterol from the intestine, as it helps the digestive system to work more easily.

ULCERE ROSEMENT

Rosemary can be useful in strengthening the immune system, stomach ulcers, indigestion and constipation, where the digestive system works slowly, and migraine-type headaches. Even rosemary oil can be used to relieve muscle and joint pain.

CHOLESTEROL GARLIC

Fresh garlic is used as a preventative in seasonal epidemics, as a blood pressure and cholesterol reducer, as a blood thinner and strengthens the immune system.

CARROT FOR HEADACHE

Carrots should be used in salads, all kinds of meat and vegetable dishes. It is widely used against forgetfulness. In recent years, it has been used against early dementia, Alzheimer's, heart attack, chronic headaches, skin and lung cancer.

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