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Haz tu propia bebida de almendras en 5 sencillos pasos

Más por más - Gio, 04/08/2022 - 11:46pm

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De acuerdo con el Laboratorio Nacional de Protección al Consumidor la leche de almendras no es leche.

La Revista del Consumidor es una publicación bajo el mando de la PROFECO que busca educar y enseñar a los consumidores mexicanos a gastar de la mejor forma su dinero y comprar los productos que verdaderamente son lo que dicen ser.

Hace unos días, la Revista del Consumidor en una de sus ediciones informó a la población que la leche de almendras en realidad es un litro de agua, junto con ocho almendras y azúcares añadidos por lo que no puede ser catalogada como leche.

https://twitter.com/RdelConsumidor/status/1548341202323288065?s=20&t=pNYMtDz00-SKKl1EhLEKQQ

Éste y más productos han sido analizados a profundidad por la PROFECO con la finalidad de dar valor al dinero de los consumidores.

Si dentro de tus gustos está la leche de almendras, a través de redes sociales la Revista del Consumidor nos comparte una receta con 5 pasos para hacer una bebida de almendras incluso más rica que la que te venden en el super y definitivamente más económica.

Para poder hacer esta bebida necesitas agua, almendras, semillas, avena en hojuelas, avellanas y nuez.

Dentro de la infografía nos explican que esta bebida se utiliza como sustituto de la leche por lo que es recomendable para aquellos que sean intolerantes a la lactosa o que busquen una opción más saludable.

La bebida, al no tener químicos ni endulzantes artificiales, representa una gran opción para ser consumida durante las comidas del día, o como una bebida refrescante.

Si te interesa saber la elaboración de esta bebida aquí te dejamos los pasos:

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Categorie: Messico

Alimentos que debes de comer para fortalecer tu sistema inmune

Más por más - Gio, 04/08/2022 - 11:39pm

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La Secretaría de Salud del país recomienda una alimentación balanceada entre vegetales y alimentos animales.

Una alimentación sana promueve un cuerpo y mente sana, es algo que puede sonar trillado, pero es la verdad.

En los últimos años el cambio generacional, la salud mental y la alimentación han cobrado un factor importante en nuestra sociedad. Es importante nutrir nuestro cuerpo con alimentos que aporten vitaminas, minerales y nutrientes necesarios para tener la suficiente energía en nuestro día.

Entre los alimentos recomendados por la Secretaría de Salud están las especias como el ajo, chile, la albahaca, pimientos, etc., así como los vegetales de hoja como acelgas, espinacas, acompañado de pollo, pescado o carnes rojas, todo con sus debidas proporciones.

Pero algo más: ¿ya conoces el nuevo Yoplait Inmuno?

No todos los alimentos aportan las vitaminas que necesitas, por ejemplo, la vitamina C,D, Zinc y complejo B son importantes para promover la salud del cuerpo y tener un equilibrio de la flora intestinal, un alimento que no debería de faltar en tu dieta es el Yoplait Inmuno.

Un delicioso alimento con sabor Piña-Coco y de Frutos Rojos, lo mejor de Yoplait Inmuno es que ayuda a tu sistema inmune y te da más defensas.

Entonces, considera una alimentación equilibrada, acompañada de ricos alimentos que te aporten más beneficios para tu cuerpo. Alimentarte sanamente no es un comercial, es una realidad.

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Categorie: Messico

Taxi Drivers’ Unions Frustrated With Bill

The Reykjavik Grapevine - Gio, 04/08/2022 - 3:24pm

Two taxi drivers’ unions are speaking out against the Minister of Infrastructure Sigurður Ingi Jóhannsson’s taxi driving bill, reports Visir.

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The bill will limit work requirements, which would ultimately lead to unequal competition and job losses for taxi drivers. The Frami Taxi Drivers’ Association and the Association of Icelandic Taxi Drivers united to write a response listing their fears to the minister.

“No consideration has been given to the taxi drivers’ many and varied comments on the previous draft [of the bill] – the profession that, by definition, has the most knowledge on the industry,” reads the review.

The report further states that thorough consideration has not been given to the potential consequences of the bill. Taxi drivers say the bill is troubling because the minister is trying to pass the bill while ignoring the arguments and suggestions of the taxi drivers.

Following recent scandals with Uber in other countries, Icelandic taxi drivers are wondering if Uber is playing a part in the bill. Uber’s executives have been known to influence politicians and journalists across Europe and taxi drivers are curious if that is happening in Iceland.

“It is likely that Icelandic politicians – like politicians across the rest of the continent – are influenced by Uber’s subversive activities,” reads the report.

Read the full report here.

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Categorie: Islanda

Two Tourists Injured On The Eruption Site

The Reykjavik Grapevine - Gio, 04/08/2022 - 3:19pm

Two tourists were injured on the new eruption site last night, Vísir reports.

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The Coast Guard helped to transport one of the injured tourists to the hospital. The police ask those visiting the eruption site to account for the instructions of the emergency responders.

Rescue teams were available on site last night and helped several tourists with minor injuries.

It has been stated that the hiking trail to the eruption is difficult and takes about two hours to walk to the eruption center.

The police draw attention to the fact that the guides showed little understanding of the recommendations of the responders when allowing ill-prepared tourists on such a difficult hike.

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Categorie: Islanda

RVK Newscast 203: New Volcanic Eruption In Iceland

The Reykjavik Grapevine - Gio, 04/08/2022 - 12:36pm

NEW VOLCANO IN MERADALIR. Reykjavík Grapevine editor in chief, Valur Grettisson, is on the scene with a full update of how the eruption is progressing. Read on for more information and links!

A new eruption started today (3rd of August, 2022) on the Reykjanes Peninsula, near the location of last year’s volcano. The fissure is about 300 metres long and is estimated to be between 5 – 10 times more powerful than the previous volcano in Geldingadalur. It is located in a valley called Meradalir and is a bit further away from roads and settlements than last year. Read more updates on our website here.

Follow our Twitter account for up-to-date information on the 2022 eruption here.

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Categorie: Islanda

Unsafe To Visit Eruption Site

The Reykjavik Grapevine - Gio, 04/08/2022 - 12:34pm

Emergency services and civil protection authorities advice people that it is unsafe to go to the eruption site at Meradalir, reports RÚV.

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Following the start of the eruption yesterday, the car park has become overcrowded with people wanting to visit the eruption. Emergency services are worried that people will start to park on the roadside.

“We’ve seen [the number of visitors] grow a lot in the area and it is picking up,” says Hjálmar Hallgrímsson of the Suðurnes police. “We are asking people not to come at this time. There is a northerly wind and the smoke is drifting across the footpath.”

As of the now, the path is still open, however, authorities are strongly advising people not to visit.

“There is a certain part of the site, the old lava lake, which is quite safe. We think that’s fine, but to go in to the new eruption is a very long and difficult path, and it’s not for everyone,” says Hjálmar. “Don’t take children on this walk, we don’t think that’s right.”

The trail is very steep and conditions caused by the eruption makes the already hard trail, more difficult. Please be aware of your limits, be safe, and follow governmental safety recommendations.

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Categorie: Islanda

Eruption Watch 2022: First Photos From New Volcano

The Reykjavik Grapevine - Gio, 04/08/2022 - 1:16am

The first visitors have returned from the new eruption site at Meradalir. The fissure opened earlier today [Wednesday 3rd of August], close to the site of last year’s volcano at Geldingadalur, on the Reykjanes Peninsula in southwest Iceland. The new eruption is estimated to be around 5 – 10 times more powerful than the previous one.

Reykjavík Grapevine editor-in-chief visited the volcano earlier today, and captured the following photos. A full RVK Newscast update will follow later this evening. In the meantime, make sure and follow our Instagram and Twitter accounts for up-to-the-minute updates from the scene.

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Categorie: Islanda

Eruption Watch 2022: Public Safety Briefing Held

The Reykjavik Grapevine - Mer, 03/08/2022 - 8:23pm

A public safety briefing was held at 17:30 at the Rescue Center in Skógarhlíð following the eruption that started at the Reykjanes Peninsula earlier today, Vísir reports.

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The meeting was attended by Magnús Tumi Guðmundsson from the University of Iceland, Elín Björk Jónasdóttir from the Icelandic Met Office and Víðir Reynisson from the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management.

According to Víðir, there are about a thousand people in the area, and half of them are probably foreigners. He encourages people to be careful and to wait before more information is available on the possible danger of the eruption.

Magnús Tumi says that he’s not exactly surprised as the scenario of this eruption reminds him a lot of 2021. “There is a crack about 300 meters long. This is considerably bigger than last year. This is about 5-10 times bigger. It doesn’t mean it’s a big eruption, but you have to be careful,” he says.

A lava pond is forming and will likely drain into Meradalir. Magnús Tumi is unsure how long it will last, but the beginning of the eruption is considerably more powerful than in 2021.

The eruption is a bit further away from roads and settlements than last year. As of today, no infrastructure is at risk. However, if the eruption continues with the current power, infrastructure in the area might be at risk.

Elín Björk says that there’s more gas in this eruption than last year. Since the amount of magma that came up is 5-10 times more than last year, there’s much more gas. Those with pre-existing respiratory conditions, the elderly, and small children should avoid coming close to the valley.

This eruption is unlikely to affect international or domestic flights because there is no ash.

Víðir says that a consultation group has been set up by the ministries to examine the protection of infrastructure and increased energy supply security. That work continues and we will learn more about the situation in the coming days.

At the moment, people willing to see the eruption are recommended to be very careful and wait a few days before going to the volcano. Those who are going on a hike anyway are reminded that the road to the volcano is longer and more rocky than last year. If people are going to the area they need to be well dressed and monitor wind direction.

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Categorie: Islanda