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The Most Important Health Benefits Of Apple



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Your medical practitioner was not lying when (s)he said that, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. Apples are perhaps one of the fruits packed with loads of nutrients. Tagged ‘miracle fruits’, apples are rich in antioxidants and phytonutrients.

As a component of rich and healthy food, it is important to include apples in your daily diet. Interestingly, apples are great additions to breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Some of the health importance of apples are:

Reducing the risk of breast cancer

A series of research carried out by Rui Hai Liu presents proof that daily intake of apples might play an active role in preventing breast cancer.

According to Hai Lui, by religiously consuming apples, women could prepare their bodies to being immune as apples contain Phonetics.

Try including apples to be part of your daily diet.

Reducing the risk of obesity

Ever wondered why apples always make up weight-loss diets? This is because the apple fruit contains properties encouraging weight loss.

Some research has tried to prove that every species of apple contain bioactive compounds which affects the good gut bacteria in mammals.

To achieve your weight-loss goals, get creative with your apple intake by including them in your smoothie as well as food.

Reducing the risk of diabetes

Studies have discovered that consuming apples (three servings weekly), contribute more than 5 percent chance of lowering diabetes (type 2).

An easy way to get used to including apples in your diet as a preventive against diabetes, is to replace artificial sugars with apples and other fruits. For instance, substituting apples for sugar in your cereal.

Improving neurological health

Quercetin is a predominant antioxidant found in apples and an important compound which helps to reduce cellular death. These deaths are caused by oxidation of neurons.

A recent study suggests that apples have the potential of increasing the production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the brain.

Source: TheCable.

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#MallamTonga: Fake Mallam Exposed On Social Media



Everyone is doing everything cum anything to also have some cash in their pockets.

In a new trend, a mallam identified as Tonga as being exposed as he reveals if a person sends him an amount of money, he or she gets more.

In the wake of this scam, he has been exposed on social media as a Twitter user shared what happened.

Listen and watch below.

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4 Reasons Why Cheating Happens Even In Happy Relationships



The general thinking about why people cheat on a committed relationship partner is that there is a problem with either the cheater or the relationship. Here are four reasons why people cheat even in a happy relationship with someone they love.

Often, we assume that cheaters have a pathology, some unresolved trauma or dysfunction, or at best a form of emotional immaturity, that pushes them into infidelity. Other times, we assume that the primary relationship is flawed in some significant way that creates a perceived need for external sex and intimacy. Either way, we tend to view infidelity as symptomatic of underlying problems. The cheater and/or the relationship is troubled, and cheating is the result.

Here are four reasons why people who are generally well adjusted and happy in their relationship or marriage might nevertheless engage in infidelity, risking their marriage, their home, their family, their standing in their church or community, and more.

Searching for a new sense of self is likely the most powerful of these reasons (and it may encompass the other three).

For these cheaters, infidelity is an exploration of never experienced or long-repressed parts of the self. It is freedom from who they have been and currently are. Interestingly, they usually don’t want to change who they are; they simply want to escape those constraints for a short while — to feel young again, to feel unburdened, to explore and grow and experience life. When these individuals cheat, they’re not looking for another person, they’re looking for themselves (or, at the very least, for a lost or long-ignored aspect of themselves.)

The Seductive Nature of Transgression
Sometimes happy people who cheat say they feel like a teenager when they’re sneaking around and having sex or an affair. It’s exciting and forbidden, and they get a kick out of breaking the rules. It’s like a 5-year-old sneaking a cookie that his mother said he couldn’t have. The forbidden cookie just tastes extra sweet.

The seductive nature of the transgression is a phenomenon from a sexual perspective with the erotic equation: Attraction + Obstacles = Excitement. Because the cheater is not supposed to have extracurricular sex and romance, he or she wants it even more. For children and teens, pushing limits in this way is a natural exploration of self and the world. As an adult, infidelity can feel like more of the same.

The Allure of Lives Not Lived
Here, instead of transgression, it’s missed opportunities that draw cheaters in. They think about the one that got away, or the one that never was, or the life they could have had if only . . . This may cause them to feel limited and fenced in by the life and relationship they’ve chosen — regardless of how much they enjoy that life and relationship. So, they indulge in their curiosity. They use extracurricular sex to see who they might have been if they’d opted for a different path. Again, this is a form of self-exploration, where infidelity introduces the individual to the stranger within.

Feeling New or Exiled Emotions
Lastly, happy people who cheat may do so to experience new or exiled emotions. Again, this is a form of self-exploration. Men can be especially vulnerable to this, as they are often told, as they grow up, to repress and not express their emotions. Over time, they learn to “cowboy up” and not feel. Unfortunately, in so doing they often stifle joy as well as sorrow, pleasure as well as pain. For these individuals, regardless of gender, infidelity is more of an emotional release than a sexual release. And once again, these cheaters are exploring their inner selves.

Are some reasons for cheating better than others? And does the answer to that question really matter? From the perspective of the betrayed partner, probably not. For the betrayed partner, sexual betrayal hurts the same, no matter the underlying cause, and there is no good reason to do it.

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Young Nigerian Lady Cries On Her Inability To Find A Man To Please Her



A young Nigerian twitter user has lamented on her inability to get herself a man to meet her fulfill her desires.

Despite her having all that a man needs in a woman, @Dwettol hasn’t been noticed by any man on the internet to make her feel like a real woman.

Announcing her plaguing situation on twitter, she wrote:

“It’s been long since somebody’s son sucked my bre*st”.

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