This is a very touching story about the first week of life for twins Brielle and Kyrie born in 1995. Each in their own incubator and one was not expected to live due to breathing problems, heart rate was weak and she seemed to be in distress. A hospital nurse breaking the rules moved the weak twin and placed her in the incubator with the strong twin. When they were put together the stronger of the two embraced the other with what looks to be like a loving hug. Minutes later the twin’s heart beat stabilized and she was no longer in danger of loosing her life.
If you suffer from fatigue, anxiety, depression or can’t get yourself to concentrate on anything then maybe you might want to incorporate some superfoods into your daily diet. Superfoods are foods that have super properties that are very beneficial to the body. For example, they may have high levels of antioxidants or they may have a high phytonutrient content (From the greek work “phyto” meaning plant and “nutrient”). Basically these foods are very nourishing and have a high concentration of essential nutrients beneficial to our health.
These are just some of the many superfoods out there:
-Wild Omega-3 rich fish, blue berries and pomegranates, olive oil, nuts, (walnuts,almonds,pine nuts, macadamia),Whole grains ( oats, whole wheat, barley), brown rice, red grapes, garlic and onion, green tea, broccoli, kale, cabbage, spinach, tomatoes, yogurt and dark chocolate