Almonds popularly known as” Badam” in Hindi are familiar to many of us as a healthy food. But what exactly are the Health Benefits of Almonds? Let’s understand. Continue reading 10 Health Benefits of Almonds
Women at all stages (daughter, sister, wife, daughter in law, mother, grandmother….and so on ) have dedicated their entire life to everyone in the family giving herself least priority in terms of personal space, health and rest.
Cloves are small, nail-shaped dried flower buds that come from the evergreen clove tree. They are often used in cooking as well as baking. Apart from its culinary uses, cloves can also play a key role in keeping your body healthy and free from many diseases.
The health benefits of cloves as well as clove oil can be attributed to their antioxidant, antifungal, antibacterial, aphrodisiac, antiviral, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.
Cloves have at least 36 different ingredients, the most important being an essential oil called Eugenol. Plus, cloves are rich in Potassium, Sodium, Phosphorus,Iron, Manganese, Dietary Fiber, Iodine, Vitamins K and C, Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Calcium and Magnesium.
Health benefits of Clove: Continue reading 8 Health Benefits of Clove
Cardamom is a spice that belongs to the ginger family. Cardamom is a anti asthmatic, Antioxidant (free radical scavenger), and oral health remedy. An excellent source of iron and manganese. Iron is required for red blood cell formation and cellular metabolism. Cardamom is rich in many vital vitamins, including Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin) and Vitamin-C that are essential for optimum health.
Amazing Health Benefits of Cardamom are: Continue reading Amazing Benefits of Cardamom
Cholesterol is both our friend and foe – at normal levels, it is an essential substance for the body’s normal functioning, but if levels in the blood get too high, it becomes a silent danger that puts us at risk of heart diseases.
Not all cholesterol is bad……. Continue reading Cholesterol our Friend and Foe
In old age many elders suffer from low immunity, poor digestion, fatigue, weak bones and muscles. Activity of the body reduces and the elderly person may become victim of metabolic disorders like diabetes , osteoporosis, arthritis, heart problems, high blood pressure or high cholesterol, etc. All this does not mean that you have to eat less. Eating right becomes more important than eating less.
Requirement of vitamins, proteins, minerals, fluids and carbohydrates changes in old age. And all these nutrients have to be packaged in easy-to-digest and easy-to-absorb, small frequent meals which are spread out and spaced well over the entire day.
Always remember the motto “You are what you eat”
Below are simple tips to help the seniors feel vibrant and healthy, inside and out:
If you tempt to eat unhealthy foods when you feel stressed, anxious, or depressed, it’s important to think about your heart health even when you’re feeling down. If you are concerned about your heart health or have been diagnosed with high cholesterol or heart disease, the food you eat can be just as critical for your heart as controlling your weight and exercising. In fact, a heart-healthy diet reduces your risk of heart disease or stroke by 80%. By eating the foods that are healthiest for your heart, you may be able to lower risk like cholesterol, high blood pressure, and other heart related problems and take greater control over the quality and length of your life. Continue reading 8 Tips to make your Heart Healthy this World Heart Day
We always heard from our health- food advisor’s all the time that eat a variety of fruits and vegetables. But do we know the benefits of eating different coloured fruits and vegetables. This article will give you an insight on how eating different colour foods makes you healthy. Continue reading Are you eating the right colours? Find out here…
You will discover that foods and your body organs have a closer resemblance..