How to Avoid Common Hygiene Mistakes?
- Wash and store the vegetables property - The key is to keep as much air away from the vegetables as possible once you get them home. To do this, simply squeeze as much air as you can out of the bag that holds the vegetables and then seal it. The bag should look like it is vacuum-packed.
- Do not use antibacterial soaps since they tend to spread antibiotic-resistant bacteria. This does not mean that you should not wash your hands, only that you should not wash them with antibacterial soap.
- Avoid cooking food at high temperatures - When most foods are cooked they lose valuable nutrients, but overcooking food or cooking it at extremely high temperatures actually generates harmful chemicals. Many processed foods contain acrylamide, a potentially cancer-causing chemical due to their high cooking temperatures.
- Don't spit in public. And if you do, spit into bushes (places where people won't step in it) and do it away from people.
- If you're in public, don't pick your nose. Rather, use a tissue and blow your nose. You might want to rub your nose a bit first then blow your nose.
- Wash your face daily. If your face is very oily, wash your face 3 times a day.
- Place the brush on the back of your tongue and scrape forward. Scrape as much of your tongue as you can. This will cut down bad breath by a huge amount.
- Use essential oils as a disinfectant. It seems that the use of these oils, typically used in aromatherapy, have been found to kill deadly MRSA bacteria within just two minutes of contact. By simply inhaling these essential oils, patients are able to prevent the risk of infection.
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