Natural Antibiotic: Kills Any Infection In The Body

Read this article to find out who is the best Natural Antibiotic recipe ever, made by 100% natural ingredients!

Garlic

Garlic is one of the most natural antibiotic that I personally like, and me and my family always go for it when it comes to internal use. To be honest, the reason why we use it so much is because it kills not just bacteria, but also viruses and fungus, without making any harm to the beneficial gut flora.

Ginger

According to many studies, fresh ginger has an antibiotic effect against pathogens that can be brought in our body by food, like salmonella, listeria and campylobacter. The stomach acid production and calm indigestion can also be increased by fresh ginger in moments when you feel stomach upsets.

Super Antibiotic Tonic Recipe

Ingredients:

Grated fresh ginger (¼ cup)Apple Cider Vinegar (24 ounces)2 large organic jalapeno peppers, with removed stems, sliced in half lengthwiseFinely chopped organic garlic (¼ cup)Finely chopped organic, white onion (¼ cup)Grated horseradish (2 tablespoons)Curcumin or turmeric powder (2 tablespoons)

Empty your bowels in 2 minutes by taking 1 tablespoon from this blend

Preparation Natural Antibiotic:

In a large Mason jar, put all the necessary ingredients, except for the apple cider vinegar. When everything is put in the jar, then take the vinegar and add it on top, but leave 1 to 1.5 inches of space at the top.

Close it well and shake the mixture for 20 seconds. Then place the jar in a cool and dry place. Make sure that is not on a direct sunlight. Every day shake the jar once (or maybe twice if you don’t remember did you do that today or not) and let it stay for two weeks. It is not necessary to put the mixture in the refrigerator. Do that only if you live in the tropics.

After two weeks, take cloth and strain the blend into another glass container. At the end squeeze well the cloth to be sure that have taken every drop from the antibiotic goodness!

And that’s pretty much it. One useful tip: make another jar to have it in stock. Just in case. You will never know when you will need it. In this way you can always have this elixir.

No One Must Die Of Cancer Expect Out Of Carelessness

From: Dr. Guruprasad Reddy B V, OSH STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY MOSCOW, RUSSIA

(1). First step is to stop all sugar intake, without sugar in your body, cancer cell would die a natural death.

(2). Second step is to blend a whole lemon fruit with a cup of hot water and drink it for about 1-3 months first thing before food and cancer would disappear, research by Maryland College of Medicine says, it's 1000 times better than chemotherapy.

(3). Third step is to drink 3 spoonfuls of organic coconut oil, morning and night and cancer would disappear, you can choose any of the two therapies after avoiding sugar. Ignorance  is no excuse; I have been sharing this information for over 5 years. Let everyone around you know.

Drinking hot lemon water can prevent cancer. Don't add sugar. Hot lemon water is more beneficial than cold lemon water.

Both yellow n purple sweet potato have good cancer prevention properties.

01. Often taking late night dinner can increase the chance of stomach cancer

02. Never take more than 4 eggs per week

03. Eating chicken backside can cause stomach cancer

04. Never eat fruits after meal. Fruits should be eaten before meals

05. Don't take tea during menstruation period.

06. Take less soy milk, no adding sugar or egg to soy milk

07. Don't eat tomato with empty stomach

08. Drink a glass of plain water every morning before food to prevent gall bladder stones

09. No food 3 hrs before bed time

10. Drink less liquor or avoid, no nutritional properties but can cause diabetes and hypertension

11. Do not eat toast bread when it is hot from oven or toaster

12. Do not charge your handphone or any device next to you when you are sleeping

13. Drink 10 glasses of water a day to prevent bladder cancer

14. Drink more water in the day time, less at night

15. Don't drink more than 2 cups of coffee a day, may cause insomnia and gastric

16. Eat less oily food. It takes 5-7 hrs to digest them, makes you feel tired

17. After 5pm, eat less

18. Six types of food that makes you happy: banana, grapefruit,  spinach, pumpkin, peach.

19. Sleeping less than 8 hrs a day may deteriorate our brain function. Taking Afternoon rest for half an hour may keep our youthful look.

20. Cooked tomato has better healing properties than the raw tomato.

Hot lemon water can sustain your health and make you live longer!

Hot lemon water kills cancer cells

Add hot water to 2-3 slices of lemon. Make it a daily drink

The bitterness in hot lemon water is the best substance to kill cancer cells.

Cold lemon water only has vitamin C, no cancer prevention.

Hot lemon water can control cancer tumor growth.

Clinical tests have proven hot lemon water works.

This type of Lemon extract treatment will only destroy the malignant cells, it does not affect healthy cells.

Next... citric acid and lemon polyphenol in side lemon juice, can help reduce high blood pressure, effective prevention of deep vein thrombosis, improve blood circulation✍, and reduce blood clots.

After reading, share with others to spread the love! To take good care of their own health!

Using VPN Apps In UAE

Using VPNs: What UAE residents need to know

Experts spell out the benefits of VPNs and when the use of the technology can be considered illegal

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Dubai: The legality around the use of virtual private networks (VPNs) has not changed and not all residents in the UAE who use the technology automatically face imprisonment and up to Dh2 million in fines, experts told Gulf News.

The confusion surrounding the impact of the law stemmed from “inaccurate reporting” by some foreign news websites, according to a UAE-based lawyer, who specialises in telecommunications, media and commercial laws.

What has been amended in the Cybercrime Law, which was passed in 2012, is the amount of fines that offenders will face, in addition to the existing provision on imprisonment. 

Kellie Blyth, a senior associate at Clyde & Co, suggested that private individuals, aside from corporate organisations, don’t run the risk of going to jail and paying a fine as long as they don’t use VPN to commit a crime. Any misuse of the technology, however, may still be punishable.

“The legal position regarding the use of VPNs in the UAE has not changed. It was and remains an offence to use VPN to commit a crime, or to try to prevent its discovery,” Blyth told Gulf News. “Previously, the potential fines ranged from Dh150,000 to Dh500,000. Now, they have been increased to any amount from Dh500,000 to Dh2 million. This is in addition to a potential custodial sentence, which existed previously,” she said.

The Telecommunications and Regulatory Authority (TRA) also issued a statement to clarify that companies, banks and institutions are not prohibited from using VPNs, adding that the law can be breached only when internet protocols are manipulated to commit crime or fraud.

IT security experts and government officials have come forward, as well, citing that VPNs are an integral part of the local economy.

"VPNs are critical for businesses or nearly all companies to securely exchange data between their branches and their partners, and to allow their employees to work remotely. Without it, financial transactions will not be secure,” said one IT manager.

"The leadership of the UAE in the field of internet applications and IT in general, is on the contrary to what has been circulated by some media regarding the use of VPNs," said Hamad Obaid Al Mansoori, director general of TRA.

"It is known that the UAE is keen to embody the directions of the UAE government's wise leadership regarding smart transformation, including the smart government, smart cities, Big Data and IoT, in addition to promoting investment, competitiveness and focus on building a knowledge-based economy and society."

The use of VPNs has landed the spotlight this week following social media rumours claiming that online users could land in jail and pay hefty fines if they get caught using a false or third-party address.

How VPN works

There are hundreds of thousands of VPNs out there. Generally, they work like secret tunnels, allowing companies and individuals to access the internet without exposing private information to the prying eyes of hackers. They also provide an extra layer of privacy protection when people browse the web using a public Wi-Fi hotspot at a coffee shop, in the hotel or other public places.

“VPN creates a security layer on your communication, which means that a third party cannot extract information on what you do inside the VPN tunnel,” Nicolai Solling, director of technology services at Help AG, told Gulf News.

“One use case that is applied in business on a daily basis is where employees outside of the organisational network using VPN to connect to internal company resources. Another example could be to protect yourself from attacks in a public access infrastructure,” he added.

And since their connection is encrypted, VPNs can effectively let online users surf anonymously and appear as if they’re somewhere else, so that blocked sites become accessible. In the UAE, VPNs have become widely popular among users of video and voice calling applications like Viber, Skype and other VoIP services.

The encryption feature is useful to online banking users, as well. “Some banks adopt a simple security measure of blocking IP ranges of countries known to perform a lot of financial fraud. If you are in one of those countries,  a VPN can make it seem like you are accessing the site from another location,” Solling said.

“In fact, encryption is happening natively in a lot of applications now. When you go to your e-banking, utility payments or social media sites, or utilise some smartphone communication apps, encryption is being carried out natively by using SSL in the browser or the application itself.”

What's new

The Cybercrime Law has recently been amended to include the following provision: “whoever uses a fraudulent computer network protocol address (IP address) by using a false address or a third-party address by another means for the purpose of committing a crime or preventing its discovery, shall be punished by temporary imprisonment and a fine of no less than Dh500,000 and not exceeding Dh2 million, or either of these two penalties.”

The new amendment, according to Blyth, merely increases the potential penalties and demonstrates  the seriousness of the government’s campaign against cybercrime.

“The increase in the level of fine signifies that the UAE Government considers any breach of Article 9 of the Cybercrime Law to be a serious matter,” she said. “Whether the change in the level of fine will result in an increase in prosecutions remains to be seen.”

The TRA supported this view in its more detailed statement on Tuesday that states: the law is not new in its essence and that the only changes were related to tightening the penalty or punishment for any violation."

When VPN use becomes illegal

However, there are still certain “offences” that could increase the risk of prosecution. “Using a VPN to commit an offence gives rise to a risk of prosecution,” said Blyth.

"Business users can be held accountable, like the use of any other technology if it has been misused," the TRA said. "Any misuse of the licensed and organised services in the UAE will lead to legal accountability. It is worth mentioning that the laws are targeting those who misuse the services and not those activities that are consistent with UAE's laws."

Blyth said examples of offences which may be carried out online using a VPN include accessing and using gambling services, accessing obscene materials and watching or listening to television, film and other media content that is not licensed for use in the UAE.

She, however, would not give a categorical answer when asked whether or not the use of VPN to link to sites that are otherwise inaccessible in the UAE due to regional restrictions such French TV channel or Netflix US, can be considered illegal.

“Some sites that can’t be accessed here aren’t necessarily blocked by the government. The French TV channel for example is prohibited from broadcasting in this market by France. So effectively, when you access the channel using a VPN, you’re breaching the French law, not the UAE’s,” said one expatriate from France who also works in the IT industry.

Few examples of VPN uses

1. Employees working remotely: Through a VPN, company staff working from home can log on to the organisational network and connect to internal company resources

2. Data protection: Users of free public Wi-Fi hotspots can expose themselves to hackers. Solling said there have been multiple examples across the globe where people have been attacked or fallen victim to digital eavesdropping while using an open wireless network in a coffee shop or at an airport.

3. E-banking services: To prevent hackers from accessing bank accounts, some banks block IP ranges of countries where financial fraud cases have been widely reported. If a customer happens to live in one of these countries, it may not be possible to access banking services online. In thise case, a VPN can make it seem like the user is accessing the site from another location,

Downsides

One of the downsides to allowing the public to use VPNs, however, is that some people can use it for criminal activities.

"All of the [encryption features of VPN] can also be applied by cyber criminals or even normal criminals to cover their tracks where they perform or plan activities and attacks," said Solling.

"A VPN tunnel could make an attacker appear to be based in a different country or location, thereby covering his tracks."

In effect, he said, VPNs can potentially hide the malicious activities of certain groups who are out to harm the safety of a country.

"For the same reason, the use of VPNs and encryption is a general concern from law enforcement all over the world and keeping the right balance between privacy and safety is a big balancing act taking up much space in newspapers and the media


Source: Gulfnews


6 Types of Body Fat and How to Get Rid of It

There are numerous ways to get rid of excess weight and we can easily find hundreds of studies and thousands of tips nowadays. But the problem is that a certain method can be helpful for one person and completely useless for another.



It happens because we all have different body types and that is why an understanding of how our body gains weight is necessary for effective and safe weight loss.

Researching different types of obesity has defined 6 different types of body fat based on where on the body it is mainly accumulated.

Reason:

This type of fat usually starts to accumulate if you consume more calories than you burn, so the main causes here are overeating and inactivity.

How to get rid of it:

Do aerobic exercise, because this type of fat appears due to the lack of physical activity. Walking, running or swimming at least 30 minutes every day will help you get rid of it.

Stop consuming refined sugar and forget about sugar-sweetened drinks. Sweet food and drinks don’t make you feel full but make you consume plenty of unnecessary calories.



Reason:

Some of the reasons that cause fat to store in this part of the body are stress, depression, and anxiety.

How to get rid of it:

Avoid stress and learn to relax. The stress hormone cortisol makes fat accumulate in the belly, so a good option for you is to meditate or do some breathing exercises.

Drink green tea. It’s a great fat burner. And drinking a cup of hot green tea is a good way to calm down when you need it.



Reason:

One of the reasons your thighs may be significantly bigger can be due to an excess of gluten in your diet. If you are not happy with the size of your lower body, you may want to consider trying a gluten-free diet.

How to get rid of it:

Walk up hills and stairs. It will burn the fat on your thighs very efficiently and will tone your leg muscles.

Don’t skip breakfast. If you don’t eat breakfast to start your metabolism in the morning, you’ll feel hungrier throughout the day and will end up eating more.



Reason:

Excessive alcohol consumption can make your belly grow, so start counting your drinks if you want a flatter stomach.

How to get rid of it:

Cut back on alcohol as most of its calories end up becoming belly fat. It also causes a lot of other health problems.

Divide your daily ration into smaller portions and eat more often. It will improve your metabolism, will help you to maintain energy and moreover, your belly will appear smaller after each meal.



Reason:

This problem is common for women who have leg vein problems or during pregnancy, when legs may swell.

How to get rid of it:

To avoid swelling you need to stop eating salty foods since salt causes fluid retention in your body.

Don’t sit without moving for more than 30 minutes, try to stand up and walk regularly. If you have the opportunity to lay down with your feet elevated, you should do it to prevent fluid from collecting in your lower legs.



Reason:

The may reason this can happen to you is inactivity, so you should start exercising immediately if your large stomach and back fat bothers you.

How to get rid of it:

Make sure that you sleep enough. Sleep deprivation can cause changes in your hormones, an increased appetite, and lead to weight gain which will lead to fat stored mostly in your belly and back.

Eat more food that is rich in fiber. This will help reduce your appetite and calorie absorption from food and will help your waist and back look much better.

Source: Brightside

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