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 +Updated on October 30, 2012 Kathryn Vercillo more Simply Organic Pure Vanilla Extract, Certified Organic, 4-Ounce Glass Bottle Buy Now Vanilla extract is something that almost all of us keep in our kitchens. It used in numerous recipes. I often add it to a brewing pot of coffee to add a bit of flavor to it as it is being made. A friend I know adds a bit to milk for her kids. Even though most of us use it, though, not many people realize how many benefits it has.[[https://​Www.Youtube.com/​watch?​v=yl5EKTwRRxM|youtube.com]] We use it primarily for taste. We don't think about how it affects our health. But actually, vanilla extract does have a number of health benefits. These are good to know for all items that we regularly have in our homes.
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 +Helps with nausea. A number one benefit of vanilla extract is that it can be used to help calm the stomach when you are feeling nauseous. You simply add a few drops of the extract to a glass of water and sip slowly on it. The combination of the scent and the slow sipping of the extract should help to reduce the feeling of nausea. Not everyone keeps nausea medicine in their homes but most people have vanilla extract so this is a great benefit to be aware of! Weight loss aid. Some studies have shown that the scent of vanilla extract alone may assist people who are working to lose weight. The details of this are still being explored. And of course, proper weight loss has to do primarily with good diet and exercise.
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 +However, the fact that this everyday household extract might help with losing weight is certainly something to keep in mind when you're dieting. Reduces anxiety and stress. Studies have shown that vanilla extract has a positive benefit on people who are dealing with stress and anxiety. The scent helps with this. Sipping water or milk that has some vanilla extract in it may help reduce anxiety in some people. Since stress and anxiety cause so many different health problems, the use of vanilla extract to reduce anxiety and stress can be correlated with a variety of other health benefits as well. Healing of wounds.[[https://​www.facebook.com/​CenterForMindfulLiving/​|facebook.com]] Historically,​ vanilla extract was used to heal wounds.
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 +It is debatable whether or not this is a good use of vanilla extract today. Some people who believe in homemade remedies do use it. Others say that the use of vanilla extract for open wounds and burns is not a good idea. It may not be ideal but it's something to be aware of if you get hurt at home and don't have a good first aid kit handy. Regulates menstruation. Women with irregular periods may use vanilla extract to help regulate their cycles. Of course there are more modern methods for period regulation (like the use of birth control pills monitored by a doctor) but if you're only having slight problems then adding vanilla extract to your diet may help. Vanilla extract isn't going to cure you of any major diseases. However, it can offer small health benefits like [[https://​medterracbd.com/​category-wellness.asp|regulating]] your period and reducing feelings of nausea.
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 +Since you probably keep it around the house anyway, it's nice to know what these benefits are. Vanilla extract can be used to make vanilla powder and it imparts sweetness to the dish. It can be considered as a healthy spice and can be used for making vanilla dessert. Vanilla Extract Benefits. Vanilla extract is taken from the vanilla bean in Central America. The production of this extract began in Mexico in its early centuries. Submit a CommentYou Must Sign In To CommentTo comment on this article, you must sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. 6 years ago from today : UK . This Blog should state that these benefits can only be true when using homemade VANILLA EXTRACT- Industrial extracts are made with MOONSHINE and are extremely hard on our systems.
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 +Sure vanilla provides tones of benefits but at what cost when you have to destroy your liver to get them. Industrial extracts also contain SUGAR even though they say PURE on the label. They are also made with extremely cheap vanilla. The lower quality of vanilla bean, the lower amount of vanillin, which is where all the good stuff is provided. Make your own extract out of VODKA. The alcohol has been distilled 3 times to ensure purity as well, you can control the quality and amount of vanilla used. Or you can easily buy homemade extracts from ETSY or Nakedsweetshop. And remember - Even though the flavor of the alcohol is burned off during baking the constituents are not. I was totally unaware of any health benefits of vanilla extract.
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 +I started use vanila to stop my binge eating as vanila makes u feel full all the time.. Wow, never new how special Vanilla is for us. I shan't mind the price next time I buy now I know what growing one entails. Yes vanilla is very good for many things, including fever - it is also very difficult to grow. It is a type of orchid that is hand pollinated in order to produce a single vanilla bean. Because only there is only one type of bee native only to Mexico that can pollinate the vanilla orchid commercially each flower must be hand-pollinated within 12 hours of opening. Beans take 5-6 weeks to develop and 9 months to mature (just like the human fetus, haha) . You can't over pollinate as it results in disease and inferior quality. Only 5-6 flowers can be pollinated at one time and one vine can produce 50-100 beans/year. One vine can be productive from 12 - 14 years. So the next time you use vanilla beans or vanilla extract think about the about of work that goes into this very interesting art form of vanilla pollination. Cool hub, I'm seriously gonna look more into this, vanilla extract thing. Good and cheap information on using vanilla. I had no idea you could use vanilla for all these things.
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 +Agencies should review their internal guidance on excused absence and applicable collective bargaining agreements. Telework is a work arrangement that allows an employee to perform work, during any part of regular, paid hours, at an approved alternative worksite (e.g., home, telework center). It includes what is generally referred to as remote work but excludes any part of work done while on official travel or mobile work. Sharing ways employees can use the time saved by reduced commutes for health promotion activities such as physical activity, stress management, and community and family engagement can send a powerful message. When planning health promotion activities, ask how employees who telework will be allowed to participate,​ such as through video conferencing,​ webinars, or a primary point of contact, so that teleworkers may pick up support material or equipment.
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 +Branding provides instant recognition to an agency’s worksite health & wellness program and helps employees understand all of the program elements. Branding can be a logo, a motto or slogan, or image that captures the essence of the agency’s worksite health & wellness program and provides an opportunity for the agency to consistently convey a message. Concise, clear and well-planned communications use every possible customer (employee) touch point - signage, emails, voice messaging, social media, incentive items, newsletters and even telework agreements - as a branding opportunity. Many agencies offer a range of services that employees may not associate with the agency’s health promotion program. Branding helps employees make this program association,​ which then provides valuable feedback to the agency when employees are surveyed.
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 +Consider asking employees for branding ideas as part of a program marketing schematic and to create buy-in and excitement about a new or rejuvenated worksite health promotion program. Over the years, worksite health promotion has evolved from and integrated with other worksite programs. Some common linkages include Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) and programs to help employees balance work and family. The FEHB Program complements worksite wellness programs by providing coverage for preventive care, immunizations,​ cancer screenings, diabetes, cholesterol,​ osteoporosis screening and tobacco cessation resources with no cost shares. Many plans also offer diabetes screening with no co-payment, nutrition counseling, and low-cost generic medications.
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 +Cost-sharing and other plan features are applicable based on gender and age recommended services. Providers and services may be limited to in-network and/or preferred drug coverage and office visit cost sharing may apply. See specific plans for details. Completing Health Risk Assessments (HRAs) through an FEHB health plan allows health plans to identify Federal employees as candidates for case management or disease management and offer suggestions on healthy lifestyle strategies, including how to reduce or eliminate health risks. Health plans can provide tips and educational material about good health habits, as well as information about routine care that is age and gender appropriate. Employees working for an executive branch agency or an agency that has adopted the Federal Flexible Benefits Plan ("​FedFlex"​) may elect to participate in the Federal Flexible Spending Account Program (FSAFEDS).
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 +The only exception(s) are intermittent or "when actually employed"​ (WAE) employees who are expected to work less than six months in a calendar year. Under the Internal Revenue Code, annuitants (other than reemployed annuitants whose employment status is full-time) cannot participate in the FSAFEDS Program. Participating in a flexible spending account (FSA) is a way to set aside part of pre-tax wages for payment of eligible expenses. An annuity is not a wage. Military personnel are not eligible. FSAFEDS offers three different FSAs: a health care flexible spending account, a limited expense health care flexible spending account, and a dependent care flexible spending account. An FSA is a program offered by employers that allows their employees to pay for eligible out-of-pocket health care and dependent care expenses with pre-tax wages.
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 +By using pre-tax dollars to pay for eligible preventive, secondary, and tertiary health care and dependent care expenses, an FSA gives individuals immediate discounts on these expenses that equal the taxes incurred on that expense. The Health Care Flexible Spending Account (HCFSA) can be used to pay for qualified medical costs and health care expenses that are not paid by their [[http://​www.Mindfullivingla.org/​stacy-kesten/​|FEHB plan]] or any other insurance. The Limited Expense Health Care Flexible Spending Account (LEX HCFSA) is only available to employees who enroll in an FEHB Program under a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) with a Health Savings Account (HSA).
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 +Eligible expenses are limited to dental and vision care services/​products that meet the IRS definition of medical care.[[https://​Curiowellness.com/​medical-menu/​|curiowellness.com]] The Dependent Care FSA uses pre-tax wages to pay for eligible dependent care expenses. FEHB eligibility is not required to enroll in a Dependent Care FSA. However, employees may only choose one of the FSA options. Federal Employees paid through certain payroll offices are eligible to establish pre-tax allotments to their Health Savings Accounts (HSA). The Benefits Administration Letter 07-202 provides more information. The FSAFEDS Program is separate from the FEHB HDHP and HSA option. For additional information on HDHPs and/or HSAs visit /​insure/​health/​hsa.
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 +An EAP is a business tool used to address personal or work-related problems that may have an adverse effect on one’s performance,​ conduct, or well-being. Through confidential assessments,​ referral services, and consultations,​ EAPs optimize an organization’s culture and success. EAPs provide strategic analysis, recommendations,​ and consultation throughout an organization to enhance its performance,​ culture, and business success. These enhancements are accomplished by professionally trained behavioral and/or psychological experts who apply the principles of human behavior with management, employees, and their families, as well as workplace situations to optimize the organization’s human capital. Confidential,​ free, short-term counseling to identify and assess problem(s) and to help employees in problem-solving. Referral, where appropriate,​ to a community service or professional resource that provides treatment and/or rehabilitation. Follow-up services to help an employee readjust to his or her job during and after treatment, e.g., back-to-work conferences. Training sessions for managers and supervisors on handling work-related problems that may be related to substance abuse or other personal and/or health-related problems. Orientation and educational programs to promote the services of the EAP. Briefings to educate management and union officials on the role of the EAP.
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 +At the end of a rough week full of relationship drama, school stress and everything else that life brings, it is natural to want to resort to certain activities or behaviors to comfort yourself. Relatable posts circulating on social media so often glorify prolonged social isolation and Netflix bingeing, neither of which are necessarily worthy of their romanticization. There are two types of coping strategies: [[https://​selfcarepursuit.com/​|avoidant]] and active. While avoidant coping attempts to ignore the issue, active coping acknowledges the stressor and attempts to reduce negative effects of it. As appealing as brain-numbing,​ idle activities (such as bingeing, sleeping or isolating) may be, they ultimately worsen your psychological state.[[https://​www.uab.edu/​students/​health/​|uab.edu]] Avoidant coping distracts from the reality of issues, which only prolongs problems.
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 +Succumbing to unhealthy vices can be viewed as addictive behavior, according to Psychology Today. Certain activities can become a crutch, creating a pattern of reliance and unconscious obsession. Avoidant mechanisms are most threatening to a lifestyle when they become habitual. The occasional nap or large meal is not at all indicative of harmful coping practices. As the close of the school year nears and stress builds, re-evaluating your natural reactions to stress may help you deal with tough circumstances. Changing from destructive to productive mechanisms can help empower you in the midst of hardship. The desire for solitude is a natural reaction to demanding situations.[[https://​www.wellnesspetfood.com/​natural-cat-food/​wet|wellnesspetfood.com]] Rather than sulking, time alone can be spent to positively spend time with yourself.
  
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