Tuesday, 23 February 2021

Yadda Ake Hadda Milkshake in Strawberry Da Dabino















iyayan itacen strawberry da kuma dabino suna da matukar amfani da muhimmanci ga lafiyar jikin mutum.

Shi Dabino na da tsohon tarihin da wasu 'ya'yan bishiyan ba su da shi, ba wai yanzu ba ko tun da can mutane sukan dauke shi a matsayin abinci, za kuma a iya cewa yana gaban duk wani dan itace, masamman sabo da sukarin da ya tattara a cikinsa, wannan zakin ya shafi busasshe da danye wanda ya nuna. Haka ma hukumar kula lafiya ta Amurka ta bayar da shawara ga matasa da cewa, wanda ya ke cin dabino zai sami duk abin da ya ke bukata na Magnesium, Manganese, Copper, zai sami kusan abin da yake bukata na rabin sinadaran Potassium da calcium.



















Iyyen itacen strawberry kuma yana tattare da sinadarai dake taimakawa zuciya da tsarin jinni a jiki, yana karfafa hakora da kasusuwa, yana gyara fata da rage tsufa a fata, yana kuma tattare da bitamin c mai yawa wadda ke karfafa garkuwan jiki.

 



















Abubuwan  bukata sune:

·      Dabino

·      Strawberry

·      Madara

·      Kankara

 


















 yadda ake hadda milkshake in strawberry da dabino

1.    Da farko zamu jika dabinon mu idan har abun nikanmu[blender] ba mai karfi bane amma idan yana da karfi ba sai mun jika ba.















2.    Zamu zuba jikakken dabinon mu da strawberry da kankara da madara acikin blender, zamu iya amfani da madaran ruwa ko mu samu madaran gari mu kada da ruwa mu zuba sai mu nikasu tare.















3.    Mun kamala milkshake in mu na strawberry da dabino. Sai mu zuba akofi musha shi da sanyin shi.

Daga: Firdausi Musa Dantsoho

YADDA AKE HADDA MIYAN WAKE A SAWAKE



 

Shi de wannan miyan, anna bukatan wake wadda shine mafi muhimmaci wajan hada miyan  yayyin da sauran abubuwa da za,a sa aciki zasu kara masa dandano da kamshi ne.

Wake na tattare da sinadarai irinsu protein, dietary fiber,  B vitamins da wasu  sinadarai masu  muhimmanci da tarin yawa, wadda ke taimakawa wajen wanke ciki (bahaya) musamman ga yara kanana, Yana rage taruwan kitse a jiki, yanna Samar da kariya akan cutar siga kuma yana samar da sauki wa mutanen dake fama da cutar siga sannan yanna Kawar da cutar daji.
Ga mata masu juna biyu cin wake yana karawa mata jini , lafiya , yana karawa yaron da yake cikiin ta lafiya da kaifin basira .

 

ABUBUWAN BUKATA SUNE:
Wake
Tattasai
Attarugu
Albasa
Kanwa
Manja
Sinadarin dandano
Crayfish
Bushashen kifi
Ruwan 

 

YADDA AKE HADDA MIYAN WAKEN
1. Da farko zaki markade tattasai, attarugu, da albasan ki.
2. Sai  ki wanke waken ki ki cire bawon wanken tas saiki zuba waken ki a tukunyan miyanki kisa kanwa dan kadan  da ruwa ki dafa.

 

3. In ya dafu saiki zuba markadadden kayan miyan ki a ciki da manja da sinadarin dandano da crayfish sai kiyi anfani da muburgi ki burge waken ki.
4. Saiki dauko bushashen kifin ki kisa a ciki saiki bar miyanki ya dan kara dafuwa.


 

5. Shikenan miyan waken ki ya haddu zaki iyya cin miyan da tuwon shinkafa, tuwon masara ko tuwon eba.

Rubutawa: Firdausi Musa Dantsoho

YADDA AKE HADDA GURASA BANDASHE

Gurasa sananen abinci ne a arewacin nijeriya wadda ake amfani da flawa wajan hadda ta kuma ake kwadata da kuli-kuli ko a ci shi da tsire ko balangu.















ABUBUWAN BUKATA SUNE:

·         Flawa

·         Yeast

·         Ruwan dumi

·         Man gyada

·         Gishiri

·         Sikari

·         Kuli kuli

·         Garin yaji

·         Sinadaran dandano

·         Albasa

·         Kabeji

·         Tsire ko balangu

·         Tumatir











YADDA AKE HADDA BIREDIN GURASAN

1.      Da farko zaki hadda flawa,gishiri,yeast,sikari guri daya ki gauraya saiki zuba ruwa lab lab sai ki kwaba flawan ya haddu.

2.      sannan ki zuba dan man gyada, ki kuma kwaba shi na minti biyar sai ki bar kwabin ya huta kuma ya tashi na sa’a daya.

3.      Bayan awa daya ki daura tukunyan gashin ki a wuta yayyi zafi, sai ki dibi kwabin flawan ki a tafin hanun ki ki fadada shi yayyi zagayye watto round saiki daura akan tukunyan gashin ki, ki rage wutan sai ki barshi ya gasu.














4.      Bayan yan mintina sai a juya flawan zuwa dayan bangaren  a gasashi, sai a sauke haka za ayi tayi har zai kwabin flawan ya kare.

5.      Toh biredin gurasan mu yayyi.










YADDA AKE HADDA BANDASHEN GURASA

1.       Zamu nika kuli kuli da sinadaran dandano da garin yaji.

2.       Sai mu yanka albasa, kabeji, tumatir da tsiren mu.

3.       Sai mu dauko gurasan mu, mu dangwala a ruwan zafi sai mu cire mu kuma dangwala shi a cikin hadin kuli kulin mu. Haka zamuyi ma duka gurasan mu har sai ya kare kuma sai yaji kuli kuli sosai.














4.       Sai mu zuba man gyadan mu da muka soya da kabeji,tumatir,albasa da tsire akan gurasan da yaji kuli kuli mu gauraya ko ina yajji.

5.       Toh bandashen gurasan mu ya kamalu sai ci.

 

Rubutawa: Firdausi Musa Dantsoho

Friday, 29 January 2021

GIRL CHILD EDUCATION, A NECESSITY


Over time immemorial, the concluding stands in some core areas of Nigeria, particularly the increasing figures of northerners who are majorly Islamically oriented and or other culturally and traditionally conscious terrains of Nigeria, has been that the girl-child mirrors the expected domestic responsibilities of the feminine gender. Hence, the need for their enrolment into schools for an equal education just like the male counterpart, is perceived as a waste of time and resources. The rather pessimistic view is that she-the girl-child, is better of and societally appreciated when thoroughly groomed by their mothers to be domesticated in preparation for the lifetime journey of marriage.

Disappointingly, the girl-child education taken lightly, has made the girl-child a vulnerable piece to societal ills ranging from prostitution, diseases such as HIV/AIDS, STDS, VVF , unwanted pregnancies, unhealthy abortion, negligence to self-care and hygiene, human trafficking, drug use and trafficking and other dangerous, degrading and inhumane treatments. 

The limitations of the girl-child towards academic qualifications or none at all, has given rise to the damaging impression it has placed the victims.  In today's world, women that didn't go to school are regarded by the literate and career conscious men as uncivilized progress cripplers, whom when associated with could lead to a disastrous end; bringing progress to a total halt. This impression can be linked to the shallow mindedness and the lacking attentive considerations of families towards the growth of the girl-child educationally. More so, the fear of power has further placed slow attention to the situation thereby given it a more strengthened outlook simply because the male folks fears "dominance" if the girl-child.

Up until now, females who managed to cling to academic qualifications are still not spared in matrimony. Her ranked earnings above the husband's, opens up rounds of misunderstandings. For the man feels manly reduced of responsibilities as long as that remains. In most places in the Nigeria, the girl-child is tactically tabooed to be above men in almost all angles. She is subjectively confined majorly to wifely duties with only the faintest of opportunity after fighting tooth and nail for at least the degree level in the University or other tertiary institution courtesy of the power of the modern era. With reluctant responsibilities from parents, if that goes well, she is placed on a speed dial for marriage immediately after graduation without a chance for a pursue of career. What then becomes of her qualifications and rights of self-expression?

The above mentioned wouldn't have gained such potency if the girl-child forms part of the priorities of parents and the government. As home builders, mothers, care takers, they possess inborn public relations and management qualities which can be formally strengthened if given the chance to soar higher in equals just like the male folks.

By Maryam Idris.

 

Wednesday, 20 January 2021

Would you leave your partner because of mouth odor know in Hausa as "Warin baki"?

 



 Have you ever thought about certain things when thinking about picking a partner for yourself? Usually people talk about specific qualities they look out for when picking a partner. Things like he/she must be handsome/beautiful/ have a great sense of humor, dress and smell nicely, and a whole lot.

But have you ever thought of falling in love with someone who has all the following qualities mentioned above but suffers from “Halitosis” also known as mouth odor ? Now when I say mouth odor am not talking about the normal early morning smell you experience before brushing, or the foul smell you perceive once in a while when you eat some certain kind of foods.

Am talking about the real mouth odor (pardon my naughtiness)

So let’s talk intimacy first:  Intimacy between spouses, especially in the modern world, is not complete without the act of whispering some sweet loving words into each other’s ears accompanied by passionate pecks or kisses. But if all of a sudden, one of the partners is afflicted with halitosis (mouth odor) such intimacy maybe strain because people are very sensitive to smell. Some mouth odor can be so bad that the moment the person talks; the whole room will be filled with an awful stench. Will halitosis (mouth odor) make you leave your partner? So I decided to ask some of our frequent readers what their views are on the topic and they have this to say, read on!!!


Aisha Tijani: who is a banker said “definitely I will leave him because mouth odor is a very serious health issue. “I won’t be able to kiss him or even come close to him, especially if the  smell is unbearable. But if he is my husband I will have to endure, and try as much as possible to find a solution to the problem. Marriage is for better and for worse so I have to stick with him and help him get rid of it”.

 Amirah: on the other hand, said; quitting the relationship is a crazy thing to do just because my spouse is having mouth odor. “There are medications out there that can solve the problem and I will make sure that I find the drugs even if it means me spending all my life savings to cure him . Once you love someone with all your heart, you just have to prove it”.

 Victoria: on the other hand, said yes!  she will leave her spouse. “I was in a relationship with someone that has mouth odor and just had to leave”. When asked why she left, Victoria said she just couldn’t stand the smell that was coming out from his mouth. He might feel offended or even think I am insulting him so I just had to call off the relationship.

Lami: Why will I leave my man simply because he is having mouth odor? I will try as much as possible to see that I can get rid of the smell by helping him to see a doctor and also getting mouth wash. If he gets angry and pick fight with me because I told him of the odor, then I will have no other option than to leave him. But if we are married I won’t leave him, rather we will work it out together and get rid of the odor.

Maryam: “Well, yes I will leave him because I can’t stand the smell that will be coming out from his mouth. Mouth odor is a chronic health problem and it will make me feel uncomfortable around him. It can also be very embarrassing in the sense that I can’t have him speak in front of my parents or even friends. Honestly for me, love is not enough.

 
Sani: who is a medical doctor with Asokoro General Hospital said when you fall in love, fall in love whole heartedly regardless of what may. For Sani he said “I will stick with my spouse and together we will overcome the mouth odor problem ” Halitosis can be treated and cured if the right medical solutions are administered correctly . It would only take time and patience. 

So going through all of the responses and views of the people on this article, what is your own view concerning todays topic?

Would you stay with your spouse and help out? Or would you rather walk away and find someone else? I will be patiently waiting to hear your views. Kindly drop your comments on the comment section below👇

BY MAIMUNA BAGUDU

How to Shave Correctly to Avoid Rashes



Everyone grows hair in different part of their body including the hair on your face, under arms, legs, and other part of the body which might need to be shaved.
Some people believe that the more you shave your body hair, the more it grows back. Others believe that shaving frequently brings rashes and razor burn which isn’t true once you shave correctly.
Shaving correctly is the most important while avoiding rashes, dryness, and discomfort caused by shaving.



There is no rule for how often you need to shave. It’s up to you to decide if you prefer clean-shaven skin, slightly grown-in stubble, or a more natural look. You’ll need to pay attention to how your hair grows in and how your skin feels after shaving.
Below are tips on how to shave correctly to avoid rashes: 


Don’t share a razor: 
While it might seem like your razor glides across your skin, it’s actually creating tiny cuts on your skin’s surface and picking up bacteria.
Using someone else’s razor means you’re sharing their bacteria and maybe even their blood, to scrape off your own skin. This increase the risk of infection.



1. Hydrate your skin: 
Use a shave gel, shaving cream, or at the very least, wet your skin with warm water before shaving. This helps the razor work well and also reduces irritation that comes from dragging a sharp blade over dry skin.
2. Exfoliate before shaving: 
You can do this with an exfoliating product, like a skin scrub. Getting dead skin cells off before shaving gives you a more even surface, and helps you shave closer to the actual root of your hair follicle.
Don’t shave over a wound, cut, sore, or rash
Shaving over skin that’s been compromised in any way can make healing take longer. It can also introduce bacteria into the area, leading to infections. 


3. Shave in the direction of hair growth: 
Your first shave strokes should go “with the grain,” or in the direction that your hair goes when it naturally lies flat against your skin. This cuts down on disruption and irritation to your epidermis.
You can go over your shaved skin again with strokes that go “across the grain” and “against the grain” to clean up stray hair growth.
4. Replace your razor often: 
How often you replace your razor will depend on the shaving tools you use and how well you take care of them. Any razor blade that appears to be rusting or feels dull against your skin should be tossed right away.
A disposable razor may last 5 to 10 shaves. A safety razor needs to be replaced every week or so.




Tips on How to Shave Your Pubic area and Armpit : 

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Shaving your pubic area should be done with extra care, as the skin around your genitals can be more sensitive than other areas. People who shave their pubic hair have an 80 per cent likelihood of experience itching as a side effect, according to a study.
Before shaving your pubic area spend 5 to 10 minutes in a warm shower. This will soften the hair, making it easier to shave. Shave with the grain of your hair, holding it taut as you go. After shaving, make sure to wash off any excess soap or shaving cream to prevent irritation.



How to shave your armpits: 

The skin under your armpits is another sensitive area, so it’s important to shave carefully and slowly. Spend some time in a warm shower, and wash the skin thoroughly before shaving. Hold the skin out  and shave in the direction that your hair grows.
When it comes to avoiding complications from shaving, shaving correctly is more important than how often you shave. Following best practices for personal hygiene is the best way to lower your risk of side effects like folliculitis, razor bumps, and razor burn.
To avoid rashes and infections in these areas I advice you use hair removing creams , I assure you,  they can easily do the job and without paying the price of using razor and shaving  stick . 
Let's have feedbacks on how you think we can improve on our research and which topics do you think we should dwell on ? 

By: Firdausi musa dantsoho 

Tuesday, 19 January 2021

Magical Lactation-Boosting Recipes for Breastfeeding Moms

 


No breastfeeding mum need to be told that breastfeeding is a hard work and also by now you already know that your body needs to be nourished properly in order to keep your milk supply flowing for your baby.



At this stage eating healthy may be the last thing on your mind but still it is important to take care of yourself and stomach so that you can feel your best.
Luckily, there are many easy recipe packed with lots of nutrients that may help provide your milk supply as a breastfeeding mother.

Below are some tasty recipes that can help keep you energized and may give your milk supply a boost.

1. Herbal nursing mom tea



Staying hydrated while breastfeeding is important. This homemade tea blend can help you get the job done. It uses herbs and spices like fennel, which has been trusted to help boost milk secretion. 
Recipe 
Ingredients
½ cup red raspberry leaf
¼ cup alfalfa leaf
½ cup nettle leaf
¼ cup fenugreek seeds
¼ cup fennel seeds
¼ cup chamomile flowers
¼ cup dandelion leaf
Instructions
Mix herbs and store in a glass jar. To brew, add 1 Tablespoon herb mix to 2 cups of boiling water and simmer on stove for 10-15 minutes.
2. Strain and serve.

2. Healthy lactation cookies



Let’s face it, everyone needs a cookie now and then. Especially breastfeeding parents! This recipe combines nutritious ingredients like oats, flax, brewer’s yeast, and spices to create a delicious and nourishing cookie. 
Recipe 
INGREDIENTS
2 1/4 cups quick cooking oats
3/4 cup oat flour
3 Tablespoons brewer’s yeast
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
½ cup melted coconut oil
1 cup coconut sugar (organic brown sugar works too)
2 Tablespoons ground flaxseed + ⅓ cup water*
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 cup chocolate chips (dairy-free, if needed)
INSTRUCTIONS
Preheat oven to 350°F.
Make flax eggs by whisking together ground flaxseed with water. Set aside.
Spray two baking sheets with cooking spray or line with parchment or Silpat and set aside.
In a medium bowl, mix together oats, oat flour, brewer’s yeast, baking soda, baking powder, cinnamon and salt. Set aside.
In a large mixing bowl mix together oil, sugar, flaxseed eggs and vanilla until smooth. Add dry ingredients into the bowl with the wet ingredients and stir until just combined. Gently stir in chocolate chips. 
Using a spoon or cookie scoop, drop cookie dough by rounded tablespoonfuls about 2 inches apart on baking sheets. Press each cookie down with a fork a bit.
Bake for 10 minutes, or until golden brown. The cookies may seem a little soft, but do not over bake or they’ll get too crisp. Remove from oven and let cool on sheet for about 5 minutes or until they start to harden up a bit. At this point you can transfer the cookies to a wire rack to cool completely.

3. Nursing omelette


Don’t be afraid to eat plenty of healthy fats while breastfeeding. This omelette combines multiple sources of healthy fats like avocado, cheddar cheese, and eggs. Throw in some greens for an extra nutrition boost.
Recipe 
2 free range eggs
1 tablespoon of organic butter
1 tablespoon of organic whipping cream
1 diced organic turkey sausage
½ an avocado sliced
¼ cup chopped chives & cilantro
¼ cup grated sharp cheddar
Sea salt and pepper to taste
Salsa to garnish
Instruction 
 
Chop and sauté sausage in a cast iron skillet until soft.
While sausage cooks, crack eggs into a bowl & add cream & a touch of salt (Cream protects the fragile nutrient in the egg, and the fat in the cream aids absorption of vitamin A from the yolk and butter).
Whisk eggs & cream lightly  (Do not too long or omelet will be tough).
Add butter to skillet and coat entire surface, tip skillet and add in egg mix slowly.
Reduce heat to medium and wait for underside to lightly brown.
When cooked add chives, cilantro, avocado slices and cheese to top, switch temperature to low.
With a spatula flip omelette in half. Allow one side to cook and flip. Beware to not overcook.
Slide omelet on to plate and enjoy.  You may garnish with salt and pepper, salsa or eat with sprouted grain toast, don’t forget the butter.
4. Turmeric and kale chicken soup



Your whole family will enjoy this hearty, nourishing soup. It’s full of nutritious ingredients like chicken and fresh veggies that will give you the energy boost you need to breastfeed.
Recipe 
Ingredient
2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, divided
1 lb boneless, skinless chicken thighs or breasts
1 medium onion, chopped
2 medium carrots, peeled and chopped
2 celery stalks, chopped
4 cloves garlic, peeled and minced
½ cup pearled farro
6 cups roast chicken bone broth (see Instant Pot recipe here)
½ tsp fresh thyme
1 1x1 inch piece of rind for good quality parmesan cheese (optional)
½ tsp ground turmeric
2 loosely packed cups kale, stemmed and chopped
Salt & pepper to taste
Direction 
Set Instant Pot to “Sauté” and add 1 tablespoon olive oil. Add chicken and sauté in pot for until browned on both sides (does not need to be cooked through).
Remove chicken from pot and place on a plate.
With Instant Pot still on “Sauté” add the second tablespoon of olive oil and sauté onions, celery and carrots until soft, about five minutes. Stir in garlic and cook for one minute more.
Add chicken back into pot along with farro, bone broth, parmesan rind and turmeric. Lock the lid in place and cook soup on high pressure for 12 minutes.
When cooking time ends, natural pressure release for 5 minutes, then quick release.
Set Instant Pot to “Warm.” Remove lid and discard parmesan rind. Use a fork to shred chicken into bite sized pieces. Stir in kale and allow the soup to sit for 2 minutes to allow the kale to soften. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve immediately.
By: Firdausi musa dantsoho