The term ‘pH’ stands for ‘potential of hydrogen,’ which is the measure of a solution’s hydrogen ion concentration. It is a measure of acidity or alkalinity on a scale of 0 to 14 – Zero being extremely acidic, 14 being extremely alkaline and 7 being neutral. When a solution is neutral it means there is complete balance between acid and alkaline. The human body tries to keep a tight range around neutral on the pH scale – between 6.8 (slightly acidic) and 7.4 (slightly alkaline). The most important thing to remember is that your blood pH needs to be maintained between 7.365 and 7.400. This is because blood needs to be slightly alkaline to nourish your tissues, organs and organ systems.
please check do’s and don’ts to balance the body pH
Beef contains several essential nutrients including protein, iron, zinc, selenium, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, phosphorus, pantothenate, magnesium, and potassium.
Beef is also a good source of protein and other nutrients, but is also high in cholesterol and saturated fats that can cause fatty deposits to build up in the blood. Beef can be a healthy part of your diet, but should be eaten in moderation.
Here is my recipe how to eat beef in a healthy way especially good to make a hot soup in the cold weather.
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Eating any food late at night could affect the quality of our sleep, and perhaps cheese often takes the blame.
To get a good night’s sleep, you need to drop one degree of body temperature. If you eat too much fat or sugar late at night, your body doesn’t want to burn the calorie.
Our body temperature fluctuates as we sleep and if that is thrown off balance it can disturb our sleep.
One reason cheese and vivid dreams come about is that eating later before bed is more likely to disrupt sleep, and cheese can be hard to digest.
But there is some research that suggests that while eating higher-energy evening meals can raise our night-time body temperature, this doesn’t necessarily translate into a poorer night’s sleep especially in winter.
Increased body temperature, however, is known to affect our dreams in other ways though. Fevers have long been associated with vivid dreams and hallucinations.
Whether cheese is capable of inducing enough of a body temperature increase to trigger fever-like dreams, however, is something that needs to be understood more.
Please enjoy the benefits of eating cheese in the winter time.
May your days are warmer by eating the right winter foods.