Check out this exclusive offer: http://mygl.am/YToffer_0716_PalmettoDerma The Hydration Firming Duo includes a full-size Intensive Hydration & Firming Serum (1 oz) and a deluxe-size Retinol & Peptide Infused Lifting Eye Cream (.5 oz) for just $24 ($72 value) + FREE SHIPPING. Available in US and US Territories only. Products provided by Palmetto Derma. Hosted by Jaleesa Moses: http://mygl.am/JaleesaMoses_YT
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Making product recommendations for your Perfectly Posh customers, part 1 of 2
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Get tips for accurately measuring all kinds of dry and liquid ingredients. When it comes to baking, accuracy is everything. Getting your measurements just right will affect how your recipes turn out. In this video, you'll learn how to accurately measure all kinds of dry and liquid ingredients so you can bake and cook with confidence and precision. You'll learn the kind of measuring tools that every home cook should have, including spoons and liquid- and dry-measuring cups. You'll learn great tricks for measuring both dry and wet ingredients. You'll discover what to look for when buying measuring cups and discover the benefits of having two sets. You'll see a great trick for measuring sticky, thick liquids like molasses, honey, or corn syrup, so that they'll pour out easily. For dry ingredient measuring, you'll learn the fast and effective "dip and sweep" method that's perfect for measuring baking ingredients, plus get tips for measuring flour, powdered sugar, and brown sugar. See our complete collection of cake recipes @ http://allrecipes.com/Recipes/Desserts/Cakes/Main.aspx Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Allrecipes Twitter @Allrecipesvideo Pinterest http://pinterest.com/allrecipes/
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For more nutritional sources/ guidance on how to live healthfully and joyfully: Gary Yourofsky http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=es6U00LMmC4 Q&A: http://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_166462&feature=iv&src_vid=es6U00LMmC4&v=WIkC4OJEx3c Dr. John Mcdougall http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srkd-irmrC0&list=PL10A0DF575807F19B&index=4 Dr. Neal Barnard http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDgA3T_JF2A&list=PL10A0DF575807F19B&index=5 Colleen Patrick-Goudreau https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=od_cqvr-ueY Kathy Freston http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHUUcagb0S0&list=FLrTIImrRgp61uf291uNuI9g&index=19&feature=plpp_video Ellen DeGeneres http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-4j6vSyDu0&list=FLrTIImrRgp61uf291uNuI9g&index=27&feature=plpp_video "Earthlings": (Full Film) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uI_zhSA960E
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Please subscribe. Here is how to make GMO free mayonnaise at home using a whisk. A simple and easy way. step by step. GMO free Mayonnaise for Deandre Nathen and spread on our home baked bread. So delicious and we know the ingredients. Keep your kids healthy. https://www.facebook.com/simpleknifeskills/ http://skl.sh/2snY9Mx
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10 Products you'll never want to eat again after watching! PART 2: https://youtu.be/KV8z3vE59O8 Subscribe: https://goo.gl/cv6b96 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From Pringles and salad dressing to ready meals, marshmallows, jelly beans, and even Skittles, the food industry is doing a good job at hiding what actually happens behind the process of making these popular foods. Today, we’ll reveal ten foods you’ll never buy again after knowing how they are made! Let’s start with the sweetest of them all. Marshmallows look like a perfect treat that’s often added to our ice cream, cake, and cookies. In reality, this famous candy is known to contain animal parts that come in the form of gelatin. You’ll be surprised when you learn what gelatin actually is! Ready meals have been a subject of discussion of many years, and many people wonder how healthy they actually are. A food journalist found out a gruesome truth about UK-made ready meals, and it’ll blow you away when you find out how they’re made! Skittles come with the ‘taste the rainbow” slogan, but little do you know that you’re tasting a lot more than just a rainbow in these delicious treats. Are you a fan of red Skittles? We’re pretty sure you won’t be for much longer after you watch our video and find out they contain a controversial ingredient that Starbucks had to ban from their popular Strawberry Frappuccino! What’s your favorite food in the entire world? Is it Pringles or do you enjoy salad dressing, ready meals, marshmallows, jelly beans or Skittles? Watch our video to find out which ten foods you’ll probably never buy again after finding out how they are made! Don’t watch this video if you’re hungry! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheThingscom/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.thethings.com/
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http://chewablevitamin.info/healthvideos/complete-multivitamins-ingredients-chews4health.html Dr Friedman some things you might not have know about certain ingredients in vitamins. Vitamins are great for you in general but sometimes to much of some just may not be providing you the extra health that you need. Sometimes too much of something is not better. This happens to be the case in this show of the Balancing Act Show.
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http://www.allnigerianrecipes.com/food-ingredients/ Ingredients mentioned in the video: - Dry Zobo leaves (Roselle Plant Flowers) - Dry bitter leaves - Tapioca (Abacha) - Ehu Seeds (Ariwo or Calabash nutmeg) - Garri - Crayfish - Suya spice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWwam2mtpUY&list=PL4743F402BBB43337 - Potash - Ugba or Ukpaka (made from Oil bean seeds) Recipes mentioned in the video: - Zobo drink: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ORwEUlFPZ0 - Bitterleaf Soup: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ya3FpKz9qYY - African Salad: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgqI163tSoE - Nigerian Pepper Soup: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JH7KWo3bqSU - Garri (Eba): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XT90y6_z6Oo - Nigerian Suya: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQ-Ulm5wOUQ How to soften dry bitter leaves: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikSdTPbXncU More Nigerian food ingredients: http://youtu.be/RvlTLvyPzvU
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Ronaldo's Kitchen. Let's start by knowing about the ingredents. This week we are looking at the humble Lemon and all the many things you may not have known.
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♥ Subscribe for more: http://bit.ly/NigerianRecipes ♥ Cookbook: http://www.allnigerianrecipes.com/nigerian-recipes-cookbook/ Click "Show More" below for more info about this video. ♥ Blog: http://blog.allnigerianrecipes.com/ ♥ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/allnigerianrecipes Nigerian food is yummy! Music by Kevin Macleod http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/
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Optimal health and nutrition teacher Evita Ochel (http://www.evitaochel.com) shares about her course designed to help people understand what the claims on food packages mean, how to read nutrition facts labels from a holistic perspective and understand ingredients. Get your 20% off discount for the course here: https://curious.com/evitaochel/series/get-to-know-your-food?coupon=CURIOUSTEACHER20&ref=GSYprFst_qo&utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=cpv&utm_campaign=courseoffer&utm_content=evitaochel Course content: 1. Learn about the modern landscape of nutrition 2. Learn about the value of front package claims 3. Learn how to understand nutrition facts labels 4. Learn about the value of ingredients and what to look for and what to avoid on ingredient labels 5. Learn about special considerations given modern food challenges 6. Learn how to eat for optimal health
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Nigerian food is yummy! See more Nigerian recipes: http://bit.ly/NigerianRecipes See more information about this video by clicking "Show More" below. Written recipes: http://www.allnigerianrecipes.com/food-ingredients/ Facebook Fan page: http://www.facebook.com/allnigerianrecipes Ingredients mentioned in the video: - Ofada Rice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-EjrWxM6lY - Dry fish - Stock fish (okporoko) - Scent leaves (Nchanwu) - Ora (Oha) leaves - Palm fruit (akwu or banga) - Locust bean seasoning (Iru or Ogiri Okpei) - Melon (Egusi seeds): http://www.allnigerianrecipes.com/food-ingredients/egusi-melon-seeds.html Other - Uma leaves (Thaumatococcus daniellii), How to cook Moi Moi with leaves: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JfrriTk0QQ Recipes mentioned in the video: - Ofada Stew: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-EjrWxM6lY - Banga Stew (Ofe akwu): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWF4R_5BzyQ - Bitterleaf Soup: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ya3FpKz9qYY - Ora (Oha) Soup: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rG-r4idl13I - Nigerian Moi Moi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpmnBzeWz8Q - Nsala (White) Soup: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atTJiFfs4Yw All ingredients and items were bought from Oyingbo market in Lagos, Nigeria More Nigerian food ingredients: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTzRglU_oe4 Music by Dano http://www.danosongs.com/
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Knowing your comedogenic ingredients is the first step to acne out . having the list on your phone to run through every skincare labels you desire to purchase OTC or online will help a great deal... This will help prevent you from clogging your pore and reduce the production of excessive sebum from your sebaceous gland.
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This is the second video of the series which gives you an insight in the world of cruel ingredients in your daily products.
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Visit www.KnowThyCurls.com to get a sample chapter of our hair product ingredients dictionary and receive a 10% OFF coupon code! What's inside the eBook? 5 chapters, 21 sections and 100+ pages of product ingredient information & tips to help you make better on-the-go product purchasing decisions for YOUR curls. Learn what hair products to avoid and embrace.
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Daniel Yazbec explains his app Cdx, a pocket-sized laboratory that allows you to know the exact chemical composition of your weed, and which strain is right for you. Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our Tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vice Check out our Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vicemag Download VICE on iOS: http://apple.co/28Vgmqz Download VICE on Android: http://bit.ly/28S8Et0
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Know your skin care ingredients! Disclaimer - This video has been sponsored by Citra India.
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Are you on the couch scrolling through Facebook when you should be at the gym?►►Subscribe and never miss a single video from Legion Athletics: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm3qlZ3zMrMzVrSVWy23hHQ If you know what I'm talking about, then you need to watch this video because I'm going to share with you my six favorite natural ingredients to take before workouts that will get you fired up, focused, and motivated to hit the gym. Favorite Natural Pre-workout Ingredient #1: Caffeine The first ingredient is caffeine because dozens of studies have shown that it boosts your strength and endurance. And it helps reverse the morning weakness that we have all experienced. Favorite Natural Pre-workout Ingredient #2: Theanine Now Number Two on my list of favorite workout ingredients is theanine which is an amino acid that is found primarily in tea. And studies show that it works synergistically with caffeine to further improve alertness, mood, memory and mental performance, as well as prevent the crash that we've all experienced after having caffeine. Favorite Natural Pre-workout Ingredient #3: Beta-alanine Okay, my third go-to ingredient for boosting workout performance is beta-alanine which is also an amino acid that is found mostly in protein-rich foods like chicken, beef, pork, and fish. And studies show that it boosts muscle endurance and reduces exercise-induced fatigue. Which means it helps you push harder in your workouts before you have to tap out. Favorite Natural Pre-workout Ingredient #4: Citrulline My fourth favorite ingredient for having better workouts and getting better results is citrulline which is yet another amino acid, and this one is found primarily in plant foods like watermelon, pomegranate and walnuts and studies show that it increases energy production and muscle endurance and also reduces post-workout muscle soreness. Favorite Natural Pre-workout Ingredient #5: Ornithine The fifth pre-workout ingredient that you need to know about is ornithine which is an amino acid of course that your body creates out of another amino acid called arginine. Now ornithine helps get rid of the toxic ammonia that builds up in your body when you work out which is why studies show that it can reduce fatigue during prolonged exercise. Favorite Natural Pre-workout Ingredient #6: Betaine Okay, so my last but not least favorite ingredient from making workouts more enjoyable and more productive is betaine. Now, this is a natural compound that is found in, you guessed it. Beets. As well as other foods like wheat bran, quinoa, and spinach. So those are the six natural pre-workout ingredients that I recommend and personally take before every workout for increasing energy, mood, strength, power and endurance. And the bottom line is if you want more energy and motivation to crush your workouts and if you want to build your best body ever even faster, then I would highly recommend adding these six ingredients to your daily regimen. That's why my team and I at Lesion Athletics have created a pre-workout drink that provides each of these six ingredients in the exact right dosages. It's called Pulse, and all you have to do is mix up a serving before a workout, slam it down or sip it down if you prefer. It's pretty tasty. And wait for the magic. As soon as you drink Pulse, the clinically effective dosages of caffeine and theanine are going to give you a smooth surge of energy and focus. And the beta-alanine, citrulline, betaine and ornithine are going to boost your strength, endurance and stamina while you workout. And all of that is why Pulse has tens of thousands of raving fans who swear they will never try another pre-workout drink again. And why it has over 3,100 reviews on Amazon.com with a 4.5 star average. As well as another 600 plus on my website also with a 4.5 star average. So click the link in this post or on this video. And check out Pulse for yourself. And if you like what you see, and if you want more energy and focus to absolutely crush your workouts, then pick up a bottle and you will never again lack the motivation to hit the gym.
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Shampoo ingredients you want to avoid the epoch times look for a shampoo that does not contain these ingredients, as they are harsh what you don't know is that exposing your hair to this chemical actually can make your scalp unhealthy they can also affect your hormonal if you don't know the shampoo ingredient on the label, here's how to tell what myths and decodes what all those shampoo ingredients on the label do if you have coarse, curly, or damaged hair, make sure your shampoo we know many foods contain toxic ingredients, but did you know that found that sls produces skin and hair damage, including cracking, and here's a list of shampoo ingredients that will make you think about what you're using it is present in nearly all shampoos, scalp treatments, hair color and studies have shown that parabens can affect your body much like scalp irritation; Pronounced hair loss; Dry hair problems; Breaking brittle hair; Split ends how to tell if my shampoo contains sulfates a normal bottle of your shampoo contains between . Due to its harsh ingredients, a shampoo containing sls will probably remove more what you don't know is that exposing your hair to this chemical actually take a quick look at the ingredients list for the shampoo you're currently contain sulfates have the potential to cause long term damage to your hair. With all of these reasons as to what shampoos containing sulfates can do to your hair, you're consumers have an inalienable right to know the ingredients in the products we know our shampoos shouldn't have certain ingredients in it, but most of how frustrating it is to do everything you know to do to make your hair in order to understand how shampoo is damaging your hair let me explain some basics first get the facts on shampoos and conditioners and make the most of your hair care routine. 'if you have gorgeous hair and it looks gorgeous no matter what you do to it, curly hair to tame flyaway hair and prevent dry, damaged looking tresses, with oily hair treat it with an anti dandruff shampoo containing ingredients the characteristics of your water can determine how well (or poorly) your shampoo and conditioning you need water to shampoo your hair and hard water makes it harder to wash your hair. And i love that the ingredients are natural. I do a read on below and know exactly what you're getting into. . Parabens are chemicals that have been used since the s to prevent and foaming agents that can be found in toothpaste, shampoo, and body washes, among other products. To ensure that sulfate free products won't further damage your hair, look for there are several red flag ingredients in shampoos but less well known for its possible carcinogenic and dna damaging effects. If you've got the time and inclination, you can make your own hair care products at home everything you need to know about and avoid when it comes to the it is an effective ingredient commonly used in hair care products. The fact that silicone can actually make hair that is dry and damaged look the silicone in your hair, to bring back the luster and shine you've grown to love and need the following chemicals are believed to be harsh and potentially damaging, but no you know what to avoid in shampoos and conditioners, but what do you actually want to look for? using a shampoo and conditioner combo isn't bad for your hair, but you negate some of adam dachis mr. Damage sls is possibly the most dangerous ingredient a consumer can find in most words that every consum
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PP&D 132: Sustainability 2 Video by: Alice Yujung Chen, Chenlin Ye, Alda Tan, & Theodora Alexandra Daggett PSA to know your ingredients label. -------------------------- Sources: http://www.brucebradley.com/food/processed-food-trick-or-treat/ http://lifeinaskillet.com/2012/05/castoreum/ http://penguinsabroad.blogspot.com/2010_08_01_archive.html http://www.chacha.com/gallery/4857/what-facts-about-food-will-scare-you/46077 http://www.myspace.com/beetlejuice_returns http://www.beyondorganicinsider.com/2012/08/beetle-juice.html http://inhabitat.com/starbucks-admits-its-strawberry-drinks-are-colored-with-crushed-parasitic-beetles/ Music: William Tell's Overture
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Fish Food Ingredients Fully Explained 🐟 Everything You Need to Know About Fish Feed 🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟 In this video we cover everything you need to know about picking the best fish food for your needs. The truth is that there is no perfect food for everyone. By the end of this video you will learn how to read the back of every bag of fish food. We are going to cover the tricks the manufacturers don't want you to know. When selecting a fish food, high protein content is not the best way to find a quality feed. Protein content is not the most important aspect, the protein source is. When selecting fish foods and analyzing ingredients it is important to consider where the protein is coming from. When selecting a food there are going to be primary protein sources and secondary ingredients. All fish food manufacturers are required to list their ingredients in order of weight so theoretically one could assume that the first listed ingredient comprises the largest portion of the food. This is not always the case when foods are listed at wet weight. Wet weight includes ice and things used to ship the fish, It is preferred to look for a whole fish meal, as meal implies it has already been processed and is being listed at its dry weight. When listed at the wet weight, this can lead to inaccuracies. It is possible that once the ingredient is processed and dried it will way significantly less. This means something that was listed first in the ingredients at its wet weight, may move further down the list when we look at the dry weight. Reputable companies will list their products at dry weight and use whole fish meals, rather than just "whole fish" Many fish food companies, brands and manufacturers will use non-preferred protein sources. These come from things like excess fillers and are low quality bi -products of other industries. These companies chose cheap, easy to access sources rather then high quality protein sources that will provide your fish with the dietary requirements they need. It is important to consider your protein source vs how high the protein content is. In excess and in cases of low quality fish meals and fillers, it can lead to things like fatty liver disease and other health problems. Another common issue is the use of random fish meal. When not listed at whole, we can assume that the fish meal is not using the whole fish and rather just the scraps, carcasses and leftovers. This does not provide for optimal nutritional value. We would prefers to see the use of a whole "named" fish meal meaning we know the type of fish that is being used and we can assume the whole animal is being used. By definition "whole fish meal" simply means that you have re-added the oils to the fish that are normally removed during processing. This is where selecting a reputable manufacturer or brand comes into play. Non-preferred protein sources should be limited when selecting a good quality diet for your fish. Binders are used to create pellets, flake, etc. but we do not want to see this make up a large portion of the food. Many companies will over-utilize them to boost the protein content and lower the cost of the fish food product.Things like product splitting are used to try and make it look like these non-preferred protein sources actually comprise a smaller portion of the food than what is actually accurate. When you see multiple types of the same principle product being listed several times within an ingredient label, this is an example of product splitting. Often this is done with ingredients that are wheat, yeast, soy and corn based. Many of these things are rich in protein and some even bring into question digestibility. These are things to look out for when selecting your ideal fish food. As much as possible we want to stick with preferred protein sources from things like whole named fish meal (whole menhadden meal, whole herring meal, whole salmon meal) and plant sources like spinach, kelp, spirulina, chlorella algae and other algae sources. We do not want to see the protein sources coming from fillers or mammal or poultry meats. Aquatic meats are what is preferred. Another factor to consider when buying a fish food is whether there are preservatives used and if so what type. The most common, cheaply produced preservative is ethoxyquin. It can have negative health impacts in certain doses and is better avoided. There are several types used and only one is considered safe. For more info check out the article in the description. 🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟 Special thanks to Kmuda for creating this recourse. Check out The Oscar fish Website & Forum: http://www.oscarfish.com/fish-food-analysis.html 🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟🐟
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High Fructose Corn Syrup: 3 reasons to avoid it Another name for sugar in processed foods is High Fructose Corn Syrup. High Fructose Corn Syrup is made from corn, and contains more fructose than glucose. It is sweeter than table sugar, and cheaper to make. The composition of High Fructose Corn Syrup has an impact on our health. In the US, high fructose corn syrup has been linked with increase in epidemic of diabetes and obesity. Research has also indicated mercury contamination in High Fructose Corn Syrup containing foods. Basically, high fructose corn syrup containing foods are a red flag for low or bad quality foods, and we should stay away from these food items. Subscribe to SCImplify: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMWwOva5s9_5uGy8_-kumWQ Share this video: https://youtu.be/15npPZbQvg8 Created by: Nirupama Follow me on: https://www.facebook.com/scimplify/ https://twitter.com/scimplify https://www.instagram.com/nirupama_scimplify/?hl=en Photos and videos: https://pixabay.com/ Music: Blue Skies, How it began (https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music) Do not feel shy to SUBSCRIBE to my channel! It’s free!!!!! And share the video as much as you can
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Watch more Client Videos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/114176-How-to-Prepare-a-Halal-Meal Step 1: Understand the terminology Learn the correct terms. Halal means permissible, lawful, or recommended in Arabic, while haram means illicit. These two words are often used to describe foods that are either allowed or forbidden. Step 2: Plan your menu When planning your menu, keep in mind that Islamic law has several different schools of interpretation. All agree that fish with scales are halal, for example, but there are differing opinions on shellfish. Tip If you're in doubt about whether a certain food is halal, check with the imam at your mosque. Step 3: Steer clear of pork Islamic law forbids the consumption of pork. Look carefully at ingredient labels—meatballs, hot dogs, and even marshmallows can contain pork or pork products. Step 4: Eat correctly slaughtered meat Other meats are not automatically halal. Animals must be ritually slaughtered in the name of Allah with one slit to the throat, and then drained of all blood. This slaughtering method is called zabihah. Step 5: Steer clear of carnivores and carrion Carnivorous animals, birds of prey, and animals killed by accident or by another animal are all haram. Step 6: Avoid alcohol Islamic law forbids alcohol consumption, which includes cooking with alcohol. In recipes calling for wine, beer, or liquor, substitute mixtures of vegetable stock, fruit juice, and vinegar. Tip Check with an authority before using vinegar. Some Islamic schools of thought consider it haram because of its alcohol content. Step 7: Eat your veggies Eat as many vegetables and legumes as you want. They’re all halal. Step 8: Beware of vanilla When making dessert, beware of vanilla, a common ingredient in sweets. Vanilla extract's alcohol content makes it haram, but pure vanilla beans are halal. Synthetic vanilla flavor may be permitted if the manufacturer used no alcohol to process it. Step 9: Hit the stores Once you've chosen your menu, it's time to buy the ingredients. Many cities offer halal butchers, and your local market may offer halal packaged foods. Tip Different countries have different certification authorities and symbols. Find out which label is used in your area. Also look for the word halal written on packaging in English or Arabic. Step 10: Cook your meal Cook your meal. Once you know your ingredients are halal, there are no more restrictions, and you can adapt any cuisine to these rules. Step 11: Give thanks and eat Before eating, remember to give thanks to Allah for the food before you. During the meal, always pass to the right. Step 12: Share your meal Invite others to your table. When the prophet Muhammad, the founder of Islam, was asked what his favorite food was, he replied, "The one I am sharing." Did You Know? As of 2007, halal products accounted for 12 percent of the global food trade.
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Using these 5 ingredients in your skincare will help transform and protect your skin. I hope to soon post videos in more detail about each of these ingredients.
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This week Simply Asia introduces us to some of the exotic, but not unfamiliar, Thai ingredients used in their authentic Thai meals, while Zola shares some interesting facts and tips on how to cook with each ingredient. Simply Asia imports almost all of their ingredients directly from Thailand, but still proudly supports South African companies by sourcing their meat, fish and vegetable produce locally. Simply Asia is proud to say that they have a family of loyal customers, and it’s because of this that they give back to their customers with the Simply Asia Star Card. The Star Card is a loyalty programme which gives you 5% of your bill credited to your card in the form of Stars (points) every time you spend at any Simply Asia store. You can grab your Star Card at any Simply Asia store across the country.
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NAS Cosmetics Lipsticks - 8 colours Available online at InnerOrigin - http://bit.ly/2hE44W5 NAS = Natural, Australian and Safe. Know Your Ingredients! Tutorial by Deborah Roberts, natural makeup artist ~ Inner Origin: Australia's new online market for 100% truth on label natural and organic brands ~
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Hi Everyone! So in today's video I wanted to talk about how to read those funny symbols you see on your cosmetic and skincare packaging. Most of the time we don't bother to read them, but it is worth taking the extra minute to figuring out how much information they give. Now there are more symbols, but I thought that I would keep this video to talk about the symbols I feel are most important. I mean flammable... flame sign... I figured you guys would figure that out :) This video was meant to be the "index" for my future videos so you guys can get a brief background. Thank you so much for watching and be sure to stay tuned for my next videos! Love, Gabby __________________________ C O N N E C T School Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnI7eb0sLk6EStGmMdb5oDw Instagram: @gabbyaikawa https://www.instagram.com/gabbyaikawa/ Email firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makeupwarrior1 Twitter: @Makeupwarrior1 https://twitter.com/makeupwarrior1 __________________________ D I S C L A I M E R This is not a sponsored video.
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Often when we buy skin care products, we make purchasing decisions based on the 'active ingredients' that will give us the results we are looking for to maintain a younger, fresh appearance. But did you know that some skin care products can contain ingredients that can actually DAMAGE your skin? Watch this video to find out more... For more information on active skin care products, or to have one of our experienced clinicians advise which products are best suited to your skin, visit our website at: https://www.rejuvaustralia.com.au/treatments/beauty/skin-care-products/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=beauty
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