To heat food more evenly, don’t stack everything in the middle. Instead spread food around the rim of the plate in the shape of a doughnut. When microwaving very dry foods, try putting a cup of water in with it to keep the food moist.
If you want to cook faster and put more than one bowl in the microwave, put one of them on the side, and the other on a mug next to it. Two for one heating.
You’re pooping wrong. Yup. If you’re like most people, you sit perfectly on the ring of the toilet seat to do your business. But that position is not ideal. Our bodies are actually designed to go number two easier while squatting. Squatting makes elimination faster, easier and more complete. This helps prevent fecal stagnation and toxin accumulation in intestinal tract, a prime factors in colon cancer, appendicitis and inflammatory bowel disease. Squatting also relaxes the puborectalis muscle which normally chokes the rectum in order to maintain continence.