The tomato is the world’s most popular fruit. And yes, just like the brinjal and the pumpkin, botanically speaking it is a fruit, not a vegetable. More than 60 million tons of tomatoes are produced per year, 16 million tons more than the second most popular fruit, the banana. Apples are the third most popular (36 million tons), then oranges (34 million tons) and watermelons (22 million tons).https://didyouknow.org/tomatoes/
There’s currently little to no evidence that homeopathy is effective for treating diabetes. You can usually treat it with a change in diet, exercise, and prescription medications to manage blood sugar.https://www.healthline.com/health/homeopathy-diabetes?slot_pos=article_3&utm_source=Sailthru%20Email&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=diabetes&utm_content=2022-06-30&apid=10209075&rvid=79f683c1b22405525175aed7060c5045e862e9831155ce0b4b65dea7a7837111
Homeopathy is an alternative medical system. It’s also called homeopathic medicine. Homeopathy involves the idea that you can treat a condition with a diluted amount of a natural substance that may cause symptoms of the disease in healthy people. This is the homeopathic principle of “like cures like.”https://www.healthline.com/health/homeopathy-diabetes?slot_pos=article_3&utm_source=Sailthru%20Email&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=diabetes&utm_content=2022-06-30&apid=10209075&rvid=79f683c1b22405525175aed7060c5045e862e9831155ce0b4b65dea7a7837111#risks
Syzygium jambolanum or S. cumini (black plum) could help treat thirst, weakness, skin ulcers, and excessive urination.
Uranium nitricum might treat excessive urination, nausea, swelling, and burning with urination.
Conium (hemlock) may help treat numbness in the feet and hands, as well as diabetic neuropathy, or nerve damage.
Plumbum (lead) could help with numbness in the hands and feet, nerve pain, and tinnitus.
Calendula (marigold) might help treat infected ulcers.
Phosphoric acid may treat memory impairment, confusion or heavy head, frequent urination at night, hair loss, and difficulty maintaining an erection.
Candida (yeast) could help treat yeast infections.~source found above
Did you know Viking men wore makeup?
It’s no doubt that Vikings were some of the toughest men in history books. However, they cared about their appearance enough that makeup was a part of their everyday routine.https://parade.com/1199611/marynliles/did-you-know-facts/
Bananas are the potassium-packed, portable fruit we all know and love, but they can be a bit of a nuisance. They can bruise or ripen too quickly or not ripen quickly enough; like avocados, bananas are on their own timeline and we’re just along for the ride. With that said, there are ways to store bananas in order to have some control over their ripening process and keep them fresh and delicious for longer periods of time. Keep reading for tips on how to store bananas.Phoebe Fry
Place a sheet pan in your oven and you might soon hear a reverberating “PONG!” that makes you jump a mile out of your shoes. Before you open the oven door to check for casualties, it helps to know a little of the physics behind that sound: This is the metal warping, or twisting slightly as it expands and contracts.https://www.allrecipes.com/author/hannah-klinger/
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Vegetables have a well-deserved reputation for being among the world’s healthiest foods: they’re rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber and are generally low in calories. Here are the top 14 veggies in the world that should be regulars in your everyday diet.Stephanie Holmes
If you’re a redhead, you didn’t just get your ginger locks from your parents—you also got this inherited trait: an ability to withstand stinging pain better than blondes and brunettes. In a series of studies, Danish researchers at Aalborg University injected subjects with capsaicin, the active component of chili, and found that redheads were less sensitive to this type of pain. Because of this, they can better tolerate spicy foods as well as the discomfort of a pinprick. Other research, however, suggests that the world’s 2 percent of redheads are more sensitive to cold and less responsive to injected forms of anesthesia. No matter the color, here are 30 tips for healthier, more attractive hair.Dawn Yanek