Food For Chinese New Year. What Is Chinese New Year?

Chinese New Year: Food/Traditions/Greetings for a Lucky Tiger Year 2022

Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, is the most important festival in China and a major event in some other East Asian countries (Lunar New Year is known as Seollal in South Korea, Tet in Vietnam, and Tsagaan Sar in Mongolian). Lunar New Year celebrations are being held more and more in Western cities in recent years too, like New York, London, Vancouver, and Sydney.
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Drinking Green Tea

Slide 1 of 5: Tea, in all of its varieties, is well-known as being one of the healthiest beverages you can have. In fact, besides water, it's the second most widely-consumed beverage throughout the world and is well-touted for its numerous benefits. Green tea, in particular, is well known for having a few incredibly health benefits—but have you heard of these secret effects of drinking green tea before?While green tea is regularly used as a caffeine-filled way to wake up or as a social drink in many cultures, there are a few other health benefits that many of its regular consumers don't know about. Here's what you need to know, and for even more drinking tips, be sure to check out our list of the 112 Most Popular Sodas Ranked by How Toxic They Are.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!

While green tea is regularly used as a caffeine-filled way to wake up or as a social drink in many cultures, there are a few other health benefits that many of its regular consumers don’t know about.

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Inventions, mostly, change the world for good by filling up gaps between our expectations and the available products. Since time unclocked, curiosity-driven humans have invented innumerable objects that have not only helped humankind at that moment but also inspired many other inventions, and the trend has been ever-growing.

40 Cool and Awesome Inventions (2021) | Beebom

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Lazy Keto, Um, You Might Want To Think About It Differently.

‘Lazy keto’ is touted as an easier version of the low-carb diet, but experts don’t recommend it (
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“Taking a bun off a McDonald’s hamburger is better than eating it with the bun, but it’s not optimal,” Cucuzzella said. “If you’re eating a cheeseburger you made at home, with a colorful plate of nonstarchy veggies, that’s a diet to live with for the rest of your life.”

Intermittent Fasting Food

Do you know what foods are good to have during Intermittent Fasting? I found some information for you. Follow Link below..


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Foods That May Not Make Your Blood Sugars High

Senior lady with bowl of diabetes fighting blueberries that won't spike your blood sugar

Like most Diabetics, I constantly read and follow the steps necessary to ensure that my blood sugars won’t go too high or too low. Food is such a big part of how our sugars work. Food can dictate whether or not we will have high or low blood sugar. I found this article that I think can help with the knowledge of foods that won’t make your sugars go high.


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Whose Ready For Fall, Y’ll?

It is that time of the year, folks, when we will need to run our heat sources. The weather is so unpredictable. Sometimes, we will have cod weather and the next day we will have warm or hot weather. Our way of staying warm sometimes involves furnaces or electric heat. You might have a fireplace or a wood stove. What ever way you choose to heat up your surroundings, it is a good idea to prepare certain maintenance to existing sources of heat, etc.

I am going to share some things you should do now as the Fall/Autumn season approaches.


  • Make sure you check the existing batteries in your smoke alarm or carbon monoxide units. Check them and make sure they work. You will definitely want to do this to save the lives of your home’s occupants.
  • Watch your footing and shoes for wetness and slipping ability, especially when climbing ladders to clean out leaves and debris. You do not want to fall or slip.
  • We all know leaves get slippery. Please keep your driveway and walkways clear of leaves. Also check your stairways/steps outside.
  • Make sure you have a working fire extinguisher. Check the date. Ask your local fire station for help if you need to get one.
  • Wear some gloves when working outside. There is always a potential of getting poked or cut when trying to work outside. Not to mention, that spiders live under things and you really don’t need to get bit.
  • Check your filters on your heaters and if using a fireplace as your source of heat, make sure it is cleaned properly.
  • Ensure that you check your outside pet ‘s places as well to make sure they will have a safe and dry place to sleep or stay. If there is repairs to do now is a good time to do so.
  • Check your stairs/steps and porches for lumber that needs to be replaced and do repairs. Leaves that stay gathered on a porch made from wood will become slippery and sometimes aid in the rotting of the wood.