WOAH . THS IS DAH TRU POWER OF A SUBS’ & PUNCH ANIMATOR . WOW just look at ALL the frames ! Almost 4 ! W-WOAH. #SUCH AMAZE #VERY HYPE. #MUCH WOW !!? very ironical.i love that. Fortunately we have gr8t animators for the game and they correct and redraw all mah rough animations. 8A8
ANYWAY. enjoy dah kyote Carrot!jack running . Who also…looks like Kenny from south park.Ho oh. OAO !!
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Hey sea family, I'm sick at home with no one to take care of me. What foods are good for sore throats and what foods or not good? I kinda want grilled cheese but I don't wanna hurt my throat and not be able to eat it. Thanks :*
I personally love grilled cheese. You should be able to eat it but maybe cut it into strips so you can eat it easier but beware of the dairy.
Some good things to eat when you have a sore throat:
Bananas. A non-acidic fruit, banana is a soft fruit that is gentle on your throat. It is quite easy to swallow, especially when you have a sore throat. Along with this, this low glycemic index food is also rich in vitamins, B6, potassium, and of course, vitamin C
Chicken Soup. An age-old remedy for fighting sore throats, a hot bowl of chicken soup beats antibiotics. Chicken soup has mild anti-inflammation properties and helps in relieving congestion by limiting the viruses that come in contact with mucus membranes. Make your chicken soup full of nutrient-rich carrots, onions, celery, turnips, sweet potatoes and garlic, all of which are known for their nutritional benefits and healing powers.
Lemon Juice and Honey Mixture. Lime and honey mixture makes for an excellent throat relieving alternative. A great remedy for inflamed throats, your sore throat will soon feel better as the inflammation reduces. This mixture will also cool down your aggravated throat apart from thinning any congestion.
Scrambled Eggs or Egg Whites. Easy to digest bland proteins, scrambled eggs or egg white helps in dealing with inflammation and the pain of sore throat. However, make sure you do not load the dish with spices as it can worsen the pain.
Ginger, or Honey Tea. A superb way to calm an irritated and itchy throat, a hot cuppa of ginger or honey tea is a great way of aiding your throat to feel better. Sip tea when inhaling the steam from the cup, and it will aid in loosening congestion and tightness of the chest. Honey will coat the throat and will help in preventing irritation, which is the main reason behind coughing fits.
Oatmeal. High in soluble fiber, oatmeal helps in lowering ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol levels and is high in protein content too, which keep you content and satisfied for a longer period of time. Make a hot bowl of oatmeal by adding banana or honey and you will surely get enough soothing qualities for your sore throat. Another star quality of oatmeal resides in the fact that it is a low-glycemix index food, thus an ideal pre-snack meal before hitting your daily workout routine.
Boiled Carrots. Carrots are superb as remedy food when you’re sick, but they should be boiled or steamed before eating. This is because eating raw carrots can be risky for your sore throat and can further aggravate the pain. Other than this, carrots are also full of nutrients, such as vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, fiber and potassium.
But number one thing is to remember to stay hydrated! Drink lots of fluids! What I personally like to do is to add a bit of juice to my water so it also gives you a little boost!
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