Assistance in the form of food and drink
will come when the flood or snow storm as natural disaster. Raw foods usually come in the form of packaged foods that are practical and can you consume immediately. However, you still have to pay attention to some things than food or beverage packaging
that you get.
Food or beverages provided as disaster relief you should still be cautious. Because, not least food that is unfit for consumption or expired. Here are some things you should look at the food and beverage packaging, as quoted from FoxNews.
Look at the food and beverage to prevent from indigestion
- Lots of bottled water has a two-year expiration dates printed on the bottle packaging. As long as the bottle remains unopened or undamaged packaging that is safe to drink.
- Bottled water contains no nutrients, so the pathogens that cause food-borne illness can not grow.
- After opening the bottle of water you should not store water for more than two weeks.
- You must also consider the type of milk given. Because some types of milk such as skim milk does not last long and can create a rancid odor.
- Foods like bread store-bought bread will typically last five to seven days at room temperature, but can last one to two weeks in the fridge. Organic breads that do not contain preservatives usually does not last as bread in general.
- Potato chips can last up to two months after purchase. While crackers can last up to nine months, and long-lasting snacks is popcorn, which has a shelf life of up to one to two years.
- More careful in storing and receiving food and drink can prevent you from food poisoning or indigestion related contamination on what you consume.
Food to reduce premenstrual syndrome
. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist, nearly 85 percent of women experience premenstrual syndrome
during their life. In addition to bloating, headaches, moodiness and fatigue, many women experience abdominal pain when PMS
In addition to exercising, there are other ways to reduce the pain. One of them through diet. Your proficiency in choice food is the key factor of reducer pain when menstruation.
Some foods to avoid are food with high sodium content, sugar, fat, and additives. Content if it is common on caffeinated products, cheese, and alcohol. Here are some food dampening pain during PMS, as quoted from the pages Sheknows.
Food to reduce premenstrual syndrome:
Radish is white colored vegetables are good sources of vitamin E and C can reduce inflammation. Calcium and minerals in it are also able to relieve symptoms of PMS.
Zinc content and mineral in pumpkin seeds can relieve pain in the abdomen. Other foodstuffs that contain zinc are seafood, meat is high in fat, and nuts. Pumpkin seeds and beans also contain lots of vitamin E, which will help reduce inflammation in the stomach. Read the rest of this entry »