Cabbage contains vitamin K, B6 and C, fiber, folate and manganese. It strengthens bones and treats allergic reactions, inflammation, & varicose veins, and also fights a number of cancers.
Guavas contain the most amount of lycopene that fight cancer, protects the body from free radicals that are known to affect the arteries and nervous system. It's also good for skin, and helps in cases of diarrhoea, diabetes and fever.
For better immunity this season, eat antioxidant rich foods, keep stress at bay and get enough sun, sleep & exercise!
Cardamom improves digestion, stimulates appetite, reduces hyperacidity and flatulence, prevents mouth ulcers, is an expectorant, lowers blood pressure and even induces weight loss! Add it to tea, curries or simply chew on it!
Stay away from gifting or eating khoya/ milk based sweets this Diwali. Even chocolates could be adulterated or FAKE! Laddoos are the safest mithai; so stay safe and have a healthy and prosperous Diwali!!
Go hep with H2O this festive season! Infuse with fruit, add lemon juice, add crushed mint or basil leaves, or even frozen orange slices or pineapple chunks.. you'll go low cal, avoid harmful sugary drinks & yet stay hydrated!
A small teaspoon of honey with a pinch of cinnamon powder strengthens immunity, relieves acidity, aids digestion, keeps the skin soft and increases longevity! Go for it!
Use organic coconut oil! It's the perfect moisturizer, after shave soother, hair de-frizzer, and make-up remover!
Protein is suggested for post-operative patients because it facilitates tissue repair and muscle maintenance after surgery. Eat foods that are high in protein but easy to digest. You may want to drink protein shakes until you feel well enough to eat solid foods again.
As we age, our skin grows thinner; it becomes drier and less elastic. Wrinkles appear, and cuts and bruises take longer to heal. Be sure to protect your skin from the sun. Too much sun and ultraviolet rays can cause skin cancer.