Healthy Foot
The foot is an anatomical structure found in many vertebrates.. Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
Keep your feet clean and dry
Examine your feet for problems
Cut toenails properly
Dont hide ugly toenails with polish
Protect your feet in public areas
Avoid sharing footgear
Head of sweaty feet
Choose breathable footwear
Wear shoes that fit properly
Know when to see a doctor
Foot pain advice for over 60s
Inspect your feet daily
Never trim corns and calluses
Wear clean dry socks
Avoid loose or tight fitting socks
Dont smoke
Get periodic foot exams
Smooth It Out
Fight Fungus
Wear Sunscreen
Get Support
Dont Forget Your Toenails
Check with your doctor
Daily Care
Weekly Care
Inspect Your Feet Every Day
Skip Hot Tubs
Invest in Proper Footwear and Socks
Dont Go Barefoot
Keep Your Skin Dry
Treat Foot Woes Promptly
Consider Orthotics
Opt for Non-Impact Aerobics
Quit Smoking Now
Control Blood Sugar
Get Regular Checkups

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  • SuperFood - Low-Fat Unsweetened Kefir

    Kefir is a cultured or fermented milk beverage from the Caucasus region of Central Asia. The cultures are called “kefir grains” and include a mix of bacteria and yeasts.
    It takes kefir grains to make kefir grains, much like the sourdough starter process for bread. There are different strains and types of kefir grains, which give different qualities and health Benefits to the beverage. Traditional kefir also has a low alcohol content.
    Kefir’s cultures are believed to help strengthen the immune system. They also make the milk more digestible for those with lactose intolerance. The “friendly” bacteria and yeast (and the alcohol) help eliminate more dangerous bacteria from the system. They may also encourage anti-cancer compounds and have been used to soothe skin disorders.
    Nutritional Facts :
    One cup of plain low-fat kefir provides 120 calories, 12 g carbohydrate, 14 g protein, 2 g fat, 3 g dietary fiber, 500 IU vitamin A, 2.4 mg vitamin C, 100 IU vitamin D, 125 mg sodium, and 300 mg calcium.
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