Swelling of the lip can occur from injuries, accidents, and allergies. Here are some ways to reduce the swelling: 1.) Steep a teabag in hot water then allow to cool slightly. Press the teabag against your lips for 5-10 minutes at a time until the swelling goes down. 2.) Wrap some ice in a washcloth, apply the washcloth to your lips for 5-10 minutes. 3.) Apply a thin layer of aloe vera gel onto your lips. .

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Further Reading:

How to Make Swelling Go Down? – http://answers.ask.com/Health/Other/how_to_make_swelling_go_down

Nutrients enter the bloodstream through digestion process. When food or drinks are consumed, the body breaks down the molecules and nutrients through chemical reactions. As the nutrients are digested, they are carried through the digestive track by muscular contractions. The nutrients cross over to the blood stream via capillaries within the bowel and are distributed to the rest of the blood stream.

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Further Reading:

Which nutrients enter the bloodstream directly? – http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/1087986

An eighth weighs an eighth of an ounce, a quarter of an ounce weighs a quarter of an ounce, a half ounce weighs a half ounce and a whole ounce weighs an ounce. Or, an eighth = 3.5 grams; a quarter 7 grams; half = 14 grams; and an ounce = 28 grams. To convert to metric there are a whole load of volume converters on the web.

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Further Reading:

How to Weigh Weed? – http://answers.ask.com/Business/Other/how_to_weigh_weed

Let’s face it, the work week is exhausting. I am among the lucky few who are able to work only part-time, so I’m home with my children after school. However, those few precious hours between the time I retrieve the children from school and my husband coming home from work are spent doing laundry, managing the family finances, doing housework, attending to correspondence needs, walking the dog, going to the gym, running errands – in other words, working. I think it’s true that, no matter what your marital, family, or employment situation, a need exists for quick, easy, and healthful dinner recipes.

But, there’s one priority I cannot overlook, and that is taste. I don’t see any point in taking the time and going to the trouble to make something if it isn’t going to taste fantastic. The following recipe meets all of my requirements for a great weeknight meal.

Chicken with Cream Sauce

Chicken:
4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
4 tbsp. low fat sour cream
12 low-sodium Ritz crackers
1/4 c. grated Parmesan cheese
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
3 tbsp. olive oil

Sauce:
1 c. chicken broth
1 container chive and onion flavored cream cheese

Preheat oven to 375. Rinse chicken and pat dry with paper towel. Cover chicken with thin layer of sour cream. Crush crackers, and mix on paper plate with Parmesan cheese and garlic powder. Coat chicken with cracker mixture. In large skillet, heat oil on medium-high heat, and add coated chicken. Brown on both sides.

Remove chicken from skillet and transfer to oven-safe pan and place in the oven for 25 minutes.

Using chicken broth, de-glaze pan. Add the flavored cream cheese, and melt. Mix well using a whisk and bring mixture to a boil.

Check chicken to ensure that it is thoroughly cooked. Serve sauce over chicken, and complete the meal with steamed rice and steamed asparagus.

Bon appetit!

Source:

  1. 30 Minute Meals Recipes – Quick and Easy Dinners – Country Living
  2. 20 Fast Dinner Ideas | Real Simple

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