Saturday, December 27, 2014

Foods that Can Replace Pills

Whenever we start feeling ill, the first thing we do is reach 
for the medicine cabinet. The problem with taking pills is 
that even though they’ll probably help with your predicament, 
they’re also bound to have unwanted side effects. The best 
solution is to use these 14 natural remedies, which are just as 
efficient as drugs.

1. Bananas – Stress and anxiety
Next time you feel stressed, grab a banana! With an average 
of 105 calories and 14 grams of sugar, a banana will boost your 
blood-sugar levels and help combat hunger. Additionally, a 
banana contains 30% of your daily requirement of Vitamin B6, 
which helps your brain in the production of serotonin - a chemical 
that helps reduce stress.

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2. Yogurt – Constipation and gas
One and a half cups of yogurt are packed full of probiotics that 
assist in digestion and improves the stomach’s ability to 
digest dairy and legumes – a major cause of gastric gasses.

3. Raisins - High blood pressure
A large handful of resins (approx. 60) contains over 
200mg of potassium, as well as 1 gram of fiber. These are 
strongly recommended as part of a diet to help reduce blood 
pressure. Recent studies show that the polyphenols in grapes, 
raisins and wine, help maintain the circulatory system and reduce 
blood pressure.

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4. Apricots – Kidney stones
4 dried apricots contain 2 grams of fiber, 235mg of potassium 
and just 3mg of sodium. This combination is highly 
effective at preventing minerals from getting trapped in your 
kidneys, which is the cause of the most common kidney stones.

5. Tuna – Foul mood
A can of tuna contains about 800mg of Omega-3, a fatty acid 
that is considered vital in the treatment of depression. Omega 3 
is even an approved treatment for depression by the 
American Psychiatric Association.

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6. Ginger tea - Nausea
A time-old proven treatment for nausea, ginger has 
also been scientifically proven to be helpful in dealing with 
nausea caused by motion sickness as well as morning sickness. 
It is as effective as anti-nausea medicine, but without the side 
effects (such as ‘cottonmouth’ and lethargy)

7. Basil - Indigestion
Studies suggest that the eugenol in basil is highly effective as 
a gastric painkiller, nausea reduction, cramping and 
diarrhea by eliminating bacteria like Salmonella and Listeria. 
Basil is also effective at preventing halitosis.

8. Pears – High cholesterol
The average pear contains 5 grams of the dietary fiber Pectin, 
which helps clear the body of ‘bad cholesterol’ (LDL).

9. Cabbage – Stomach ulcers
In a research published by the John Hopkins Medical School, 
it was found that the sulforaphane in cabbage helps 
battle the helicobacter pylori bacteria (a main cause for ulcers). 
It is believed that sulforaphane may also help prevent gastric 

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10. Figs - Hemorrhoids
Dried figs are rich in dietary fiber, which in turn, produce 
softer feces and aiding in reducing hemorrhoids and the 
likeliness of developing them.

11. Potatoes - Headaches
Amedium-sized potato contains 37 carbohydrates, which 
help reduce headaches by increasing serotonin production 
in the brain.
12. Garlic – Yeast infection
Garlic contains many essential oils that help prevent the 
development of yeast infections.

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13. Chamomile tea – Heartburn
A great treatment for gastric inflammation, cramping, 
heartburn and gas, is mixing 2 teaspoons of chamomile 
tea in a cup of boiling water and brewing it for about 20 
minutes and then drinking it.

14. Orange juice – Lethargy
The fructose in orange juice is a natural and fast-working 
stimulant, and research has proven the ability of Vitamin 
C to reduce damage caused by free radicals and provide 
the body with energy. Vitamin C is also a key factor in 
maintaining iron levels in our blood, which keeps it 

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