Sensor for the gluten sensitivity. Sensor for the gluten sensitivity. According to ‘Nima’ co-founders Shireen Yates and Scott Sundvor Nima from MIT, “we’re here to remove anxiety from your plate. With tools and information that lets you know if your food is safe for you. The Nima sensor is a pocket-sized device can test food items on-the-go for gluten. This is faster, cheaper, and usable right at the dinner table. Nima is optimized to detect 20ppm of gluten and above”.
Peanuts are not safe to eat if anybody has the peanut allergy. I came to know when one of our friends has the peanut allergy.
Nima co-founders Shireen Yates and Scott Sundvor, “we’re here to remove anxiety from your plate. With tools and information that lets you know if your food is safe for you.
The sensor is able to detect even the tiniest trace (10 parts per million) of peanut protein. To use Nima, you insert the food into a disposable test capsule, which goes into the device to figure out if there’s any peanut protein in the food. In under five minutes, the Nima sensor will tell you if your food is peanut-free”.
A new study suggests young grassland songbirds postpone fledging in order to mooch off mom and dad as long as they can
We started reading the CDC(Center for disease control & Prevention ) before we were planning to go to the international travelling.
Every country has different requirements and vaccines.
Some of the vaccines we never got in the USA.
We took our family doctor, paediatrician appointment. They recommend us to talk with travel doctor too.
We took travel doctor appointment. The travel doctor gave us some particular immunization and some medicines and advise.
What we need for travelling.
Some countries need immunization before anybody enter.
We learned several new things.
Typhoid vaccine is important for travelling, we never had.
Our doctor ordered those vaccines for us and we paid.
It is not covered with the regular immunization in the USA.
What is your opinion about this? What kind of precaution you take before travelling.
I was browsing the videos. I found an interesting video. This video is about your hand shape. We know everybody has a different hand shape and even palm shape the thumb, fingers.
I think hand, nails skin colour can tell you so many things about your health.
Vitamins deficiency, sun exposure can be determined by hand and nails health too.
I couldn’t figure it out how do my hands look. It is very complicated to understand.
What about yours if you figure it out please tell us:)
I am sharing Milica Stevanovic’s post. “How to get a good night’s sleep”:)
Thanks to Milica Stevanovic:)
Sometimes I wish I was born as a giraffe. They only sleep for 1.9 hours a day! I wish I could sleep that short and still feel refreshed and awake through the day.
Testing out quality sleep techniques is often underestimated but until we transform to giraffes, we’ll have to try out some of them. This infographic, designed by Best Products Pro, will show you 5 actionable tips for having a better quality sleep.
What is the effect of caffeine on teens’ serotonin level?
Importance of Neurotransmitters.
Before I didn’t know about these things. My parents always use their perfect discipline. They always know they don’t want to drink caffeine after the certain time. Dinner time, walking time, work time is always regulated.
For my family, I think I didn’t have a kind of discipline.
I think I did the bad thing I love chocolate and I used to eat chocolate and then I nurse my kids same time in the evening.
it doesn’t affect me so much because I am an adult woman.
I think it did effect on my child’s serotonin level.
because they already have the habit of drinking caffeine through the breastmilk.
Even though they have decaffeinated tea or sugary food. It does effect on their sleep pattern.
What is your opinion about serotonin level and sleep pattern?
how much the effect of caffein on teens