If you have been bothered by insomnia for a long time, try this method!
I believe that everyone will try to go to bed early, staying away from your phone, using essential oils, soaking your feet in hot water, counting sheep, and so on when they experience insomnia.
But most of them have no effect, or they will soon become ineffective again???
Roots Noni Enzyme Extracts brings the magical benefit of noni fruit closer to you. Made from organically grown noni, with proprietary bio-fermentation technology to improve sleep quality.
Roots Noni Enzyme stimulates the existing serotonin and melatonin in our body.
* Serotonin affects mood, emotions and sleep. Imbalance level of serotonin may lead to depression.
* Melatonin regulates the circadian rhtym, which helps us to sleep. The regulated circadian rhtym will help us to get a good night’s rest while at the same time improve our mood.
What’s more! Noni Enzyme has 3 other main benefits, such as
1. Increases the ability of cell to detox and generate new cells,
2. Reduces the free radicals in our body,
3. Improves our brain function
15-25ml mix with plain water after dinner daily brings you back to good sleep and quality life.
Roots Enzyme is produced in a HACCP, GMP, ISO 22000:2005 and HALAL certified facility.
Good method to go to bed on time every day!
Grab one for yourself to get back your good sleep and quality life.
Click below link to get one!
Today is NATIONAL PICKLE DAY (14 November)
Sharing some history with you!!!
National Pickle Day recognizes the tart, sometimes sweet, and even spicy pickle.
The term pickle comes from the Dutch word pekel, meaning brine. In the United States, the word pickle typically refers to a pickled cucumber. However, just about any fruit or vegetable can be pickled.
The process typically starts with a blanching process, depending on the fruit or vegetable. Then the product is packed into jars with seasonings that will give the pickles flavor. They can be spicy, tart or sweet. However, the tartness and sweetness come from the brine. A basic brine includes vinegar and water. Various amounts of sugar adjust the level of sweetness in the brine.
-Each year in the United States, 5,200,000 pounds of pickles are consumed. While pickles can be high in sodium, they are a good source of vitamin K. In moderation, they make a great snack.
-Food vendors sometimes serve pickles on a stick fairs or carnivals. They are known as stick pickles.
A rising trend in the United States is deep-fried pickles. The pickle is wrapped in dough or dipped in breading and deep-fried.
Snack on a pickle to celebrate, but don’t stop there. This snack is multipurpose. They make delicious additions to salads and sandwiches. Grind them up and make a relish.
Choose quality and safety vinegar to make pickle.
Bio Tree Pickle & Sushi Vinegar worth you trust.
Grab one for your family!
Visit our store on www.biotreebiotechnology.com.my
#biotree #healthyliving #pickleandsushivinegar #goodhealthgoodlife
Today is National Vinegar Day! Tell you some interesting vinegar’s history…
Vinegar is produced either by a fast or a slow fermentation process. Slow methods are generally used with traditional vinegar and the fermentation proceeds slowly over the course of months or up to a year.
How many types of vinegar are there? More than you could imagine, but some of the most basic varieties are balsamic vinegar, red wine vinegar, white wine vinegar, apple cider vinegar, distilled white vinegar, champagne vinegar, rice vinegar, sherry vinegar, and a myriad of others too numerous to name.
Throughout history vinegar has been prized for the light tangy flavor it brings to many foods, and especially for its preservation properties in times when refrigeration wasn’t invented yet, and salt was as precious as gold. Vinegar Day reminds us to experiment with this range of flavors and discover precisely what the world has to offer.
Let’s discover precise flavors with Bio Tree!!!
Grab one to discover the flavors!!!
Visit our store at www.biotreebiotechnology.com.my
#biotree #healthyliving #biofermentation #goodhealthgoodlife#vinegarday
Bio Tree Pickle & Sushi vinegar
1. Use a clean glass container which can fit the radish volume. Disinfect the container and the cap with boiling water or sun dry it. Make sure the glass container and cap is dry before using it.
Steps to do radish pickles:
现任Dr. Lobsang 洛桑预防医学集团院长与京妍生技董事长。
Kathryn Sunantha 素食推广者，喜爱超级食物，研究长寿和超爱自然的发烧友
3。Japanese Cultural Society, Singapore (JCS Language School) ：日语
4。LASALLE College of the Arts ： 时尚设计
5。Landmark Education ： Forum, Communication Course
6。Temasek Polytechnic ： 食品科学与营养。
将于2019年7月出版，其中包括国际知名营养学家和演讲家David Wolfe以及备受赞誉的生活教练和形象直觉推荐人Robert Pante先生。
¼ cup of Bio Tree Raw Organic Brown Rice Vinegar
1 ½ tbsp. soy souce
2 tbsp. sesame oil
2 tbsp olive oil
½ tsp. ginger powder
½ clove garlic, crushed
½ –1 teaspoon of honey
A dash of mixed herbs/ fresh mint
Freshly ground black pepper, to taste
Steps to do good taste salad with amazing salad dressing:
How to make amazing sushi rice:
Consumers often have some misunderstandings about processed food. Usually, most of the foods we eat are processed in some way. For example, apples cut from a tree and ground beef has been ground in a machine. But there are still real foods. There had difference between mechanical processing and chemical processing. It can be called real food if it's a single ingredient food with no added chemicals.
Real food is loaded with important nutrients such as vitamins and minerals that your body needed and packed with antioxidants and nutrients that support heart health. For example, broccoli contains more than 100% of the RDI for vitamin C. In facts, most of the real food contains the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that our body needed.
In addition, real food is low in sugar. Research shows that sugar can increase the risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Even though fruit contain sugar, but more concentrate in water and fibre. We can see that real food can helps to control blood sugar. There are more than 400 million people have diabetes worldwide (International Diabetes Federation). The number is expected to be increase to 600 million in the next 25 years. Absorb unprocessed food helps to reduce blood sugar.
There are still many benefits of real food to be discovered.
Did you really absorb real food for your health?
Ref: Gunnars, K & BSc (2017). Nine ways that processed foods are harming people. Available at: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318630.php
The traditional Korean pickled side dish, kimchi, has become increasingly popular all over the world. It is prepared by fermenting the cabbage together with other vegetables and lactic acid bacteria (LAB) with functional potential. It is flavored with red pepper, salt, and sometimes other vegetables. Traditionally, kimchi is eaten with rice and other Korean dishes. Research has shown that kimchi possesses anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antioxidant and anticancer properties.
The Korea University, the World Institute of Kimchi, and Daesang Corporation in a joint study discovered that traditional fermented foods with lactobacillus can help control flu viruses. According to the research team, the flu virus is a common respiratory disease during the winter season, and avian influenza viruses, which are a type of zoonotic contagious flu, have been increasing steadily in South Korea every year since 2003. It is thought to be difficult to respond to influenza viruses effectively despite the development of antibodies, as the viruses mutate over time. The joint research team extracted high quality lactic acid bacteria from traditional fermented foods, which were then sent to a virus lab at Korea University to be examined.
The research team then examined the medical effect of lactic acid bacteria after injecting the flu virus into laboratory rats and treating them with lactic acid bacteria every day over a period of four weeks. A control group received no such lactic acid bacteria. The laboratory rats that received lactobacillus showed no side effects, with a 100 percent survival rate, vouching for the safety of lactic acid bacteria.
It's amazing but not surprising, as fermented food has been touted for it's health properties since the days vinegar was discovered.
What is the awesome fermented foods available in your country?
Ref: Bizwire, K. (2018). Fermented Foods Like Kimchi Defend Against the Flu Virus - Be Korea-savvy. [online] Be Korea-savvy. Available at: http://koreabizwire.com/fermented-foods-like-kimchi-helps-fight-the-fludefend-against-the-flu-virus/105550