Editorial Note:

Please never ever buy jars from Dollarama they break during process of boiling and you lose jar and your precious content.

Actually don’t buy anything from Dollarama in terms of items for food handling. There is no good and safe products in our opinion to handle food  there. And there is no return or exchange.

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Today in Healthy Living Home Made Challah Bread!

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Made by me! Almost organic (eggs and sugar not) made with use of yeast! Cost of 1 Canadian Dollars (direct cost and 2 dollars taking under consideration un-direct cost like power usage, labor, development, amortization etc).

Last for 3 days for one person with tow tick sandwiches per day… Very Economic and Healthy!

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The same bread make with use of leaven bread or the other name can be – kvass.. Even Healthier but you have to add 10 cents to each loaf. But generally this  way you need to spend just 10 dollars monthly for yummy, yummy bread!

 

Monthly Happy and Healthy Menu
for 200 Canadian Dollars

Monday

 

Breakfast:

Three Scramble Eggs Regular
made on butter

One sandwich with challah bread
avocado, tomato, onion, butter,
mozzarella cheese

Tea with two spoons of sugar and lemon

 

Lunch:

One to two cups of smoothie
with homemade yogurt peaches
and homemade
mango or other fruit jam.

Homemade muffin

 

Late meal:

One sandwich with challah bread
avocado, tomato, onion
mozzarella cheese or jam.

Tea with two spoons of sugar and lemon

 

Tuesday

 

Breakfast:

Milk soup with homemade
mix of nuts and raisins plus table
spoon of honey

 

Lunch:

One to two cups of smoothie with homemade
yogurt peaches and homemade
mango or other fruit jam.

Homemade muffin

 

Late meal:

Homemade pizza with
homemade tomato sauce, onion
garlic, mushrooms, mozzarella cheese,
pineapple, tomato.   

Freshly pressed carrot and apple juice
or peach compote

 

Wednesday

 

Breakfast:

Three Lithuanian Scramble Eggs

One sandwich with challah bread
avocado, tomato, onion, butter,
mozzarella cheese

Tea with two spoons of sugar and lemon
or bavarka (tea with milk)

 

Lunch:

One to two cups of smoothie
with homemade yogurt peaches
and homemade
mango or other fruit jam.

Homemade muffin

 

Late meal:

One sandwich with challah bread
avocado, tomato, onion
mozzarella cheese or jam.

Tea with two spoons of sugar and lemon

 

Thursday

 

Breakfast:

One to two cups of smoothie
with homemade yogurt peaches
and homemade
mango or other fruit jam.

 

Lunch:

Milk soup with homemade
mix of nuts and raisins plus table
spoon of honey

Homemade muffin

 

Late meal:

Smashed and mixed with
three eggs potatoes and sour cream
or homemade yogurt.

Freshly pressed carrot and apple juice
or peach compote

 

Friday

 

Breakfast:

Three Lithuanian Scramble Eggs

One sandwich with challah bread
avocado, tomato, onion, butter,
mozzarella cheese

Tea with two spoons of sugar and lemon
or bavarka (tea with milk)

 

Lunch:

One to two cups of smoothie
with homemade yogurt peaches
and homemade
mango or other fruit jam.

Homemade muffin

 

Late meal:

One sandwich with homemade
spread (avocado, mango, nuts,
homemade soft cheese)

Tea with two spoons of sugar and lemon
or bavarka (tea with milk)

 

Saturday

 

Breakfast:

Milk soup with homemade
mix of nuts and raisins plus table
spoon of honey

 

Lunch:

One to two cups of smoothie with homemade
yogurt peaches and homemade
mango or other fruit jam.

Homemade muffin

 

Late meal:

Homemade pizza with
homemade tomato sauce, onion
garlic, mushrooms, mozzarella cheese,
pineapple, tomato.  

Freshly pressed carrot and apple juice
or peach compote

 

Sunday

 

Breakfast:

 

Three Lithuanian Scramble Eggs

One sandwich with challah bread
avocado, tomato, onion, butter,
mozzarella cheese

Tea with two spoons of sugar and lemon
or bavarka (tea with milk)

 

Lunch:

One to two cups of smoothie
with homemade yogurt peaches
and homemade
mango or other fruit jam.

Homemade muffin

 

Late meal:

One sandwich with challah bread
avocado, tomato, onion
mozzarella cheese or jam

Tea with two spoons of sugar and lemon

Full Data in my next book Alchemy of Words on market in January 2017 ! Please bare with me…

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Today in Healthy Living Potato Flour… Only Pols have it and used it for centuries… It is the safest method if you have any rush (like babies or ladies for their privates parts). It needs day or two for any kind of rush to disappear. It is the best and the safest way for anyone and especially for girls. Jonson and Jonson for sure knew that. After all the are Polish so…

Benna's Bakery & Deli

It costs around 4 Canadian dollars for 1 kg and last for ever. You can get it for sure in Benna’s Polish store on Roncesvalles. Don’t use anything else if you wish to be healthy and care about health of your kids…

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A woman in Nevada died when a superbug she picked up in India proved resistant to every antibiotic available in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

A woman in Nevada died when a superbug she picked up in India proved resistant to all 26 antibiotics available in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The account of the unnamed woman’s death was made public on Friday in the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

Public health officials said a 70-year-old resident of Washoe County arrived in the US in August last year after an extensive visit to India. She was admitted to an acute care hospital on August 18 and isolated with a resistant bacterial infection from a wound that had spread throughout her system.

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“It was tested against everything that’s available in the United States… and was not effective,” Dr Alexander Kallen, a medical officer with the CDC who first reported the discovery of the superbug, told health news site Stat.

Despite being treated with 26 different antibiotics, the woman died in September.

“I think it’s concerning. We have relied for so long on just newer and newer antibiotics. But obviously the bugs can often [develop resistance] faster than we can make new ones,” Kallen added.

The CDC reported the Nevada woman had been hospitalized multiple times in India over a right femur fracture and subsequent infection of the right femur and hip.

To Read full Article on RT Channel -> Click Here

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Overall, hospitals have been dragging their feet when it comes to protecting patients from deadly superbugs, and these bugs are getting smarter and more deadly.

Hospitals still haven’t managed to control the spread of superbugs lurking in their buildings such as MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), the single most common source of hospital infections harming about 94,360 people yearly and 18,650 of them dying and C.diff (clostridium difficile) which is responsible for between  165 and 438 patients dying every day according to one study.

With slim to limited treatment options, the focus should be on preventing and eliminating hospital infections. As experts have known for decades, consistent hand hygiene by healthcare professionals is the first line of defense. Yet clinicians do it only 30% of the time, says Peter Pronovost, PhD, MD. Another problem in healthcare delivery is improper antibiotic use and repeated use, which creates more opportunity for antibiotic-resistant bacteria to grow.

To Read full Article on safe patient project -> Click Here

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No one knows how many patients are dying from superbug infections in California hospitals

any thousands of Californians are dying every year from infections they caught while in hospitals. But you’d never know that from their death certificates.

Sharley McMullen of Manhattan Beach came down with a fever just hours after being wheeled out of a Torrance Memorial Medical Center operating room on May 4, 2014. A missionary’s daughter who worked as a secretary at Cape Canaveral, Fla., at the height of the space race, McMullen, 72, was there for treatment of a bleeding stomach ulcer. Soon, though, she was fighting for her life.

On her medical chart, a doctor scribbled “CRKP,” an ominous abbreviation for one of the world’s most lethal superbugs, underlining it three times.

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Doctors tried antibiotic after antibiotic. But after five weeks in the hospital, mostly in intensive care and on morphine because of the pain, McMullen died.

Her death certificate does not mention the hospital-acquired infection or CRKP, however. Instead, her doctor wrote that McMullen had died from respiratory failure and septic shock caused by her ulcer.

The doctor’s conclusion outraged Shawn Chen, McMullen’s daughter.

“It should say she died of an infection she got in the hospital,” said Chen. “She was so hardy. She would have made it through if it wasn’t for this infection.”

Dr. Yasmeen Shaw, who treated McMullen in the ICU and filled out the death certificate, said she was following directions from health officials by recording the underlying cause of death, which in her opinion was the perforated ulcer.

“Everything that happened to her health is a consequence of the initial condition she came in with,” Shaw said. “Had the patient not have had a perforated ulcer they wouldn’t have been in the hospital in the first place.”

An epidemic of hospital-acquired infections is going unreported, scientists have found.

To Read full Article on Los Angeles Times -> Click Here

Editorial Note:

Since nothing works here is our suggestion that worked for us!

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