By

Nidhi Gupta
11Acid reflux
Acidity is a major problem and root cause of many further problems. Acidity issues are directly proportional to your life style. If you have a sedentary lifestyle that is most of the time you are spending sitting on the couch, the activity level is zero or very less, then problems like this arise, which we...
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11Pani ka matka
I thought of telling you the amazing benefits of drinking “pani ka matka” and what are the amazing health benefits of using matke ka pani but somewhere at the back of my mind was, “why not go out and explore myself the beautiful art of crockery, one of the oldest and most widespread of decorative...
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Hair care is no cake walk and who would understand this better than our generation. Exposure to pollution, bad hair products, poor diet and stress are all factors for hair damage.Biotin is a B vitamin often recommended for hair health. Since biotin deficiency can lead to thinning of hair, some people claim that taking biotin...
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The greener version of mangoes which has a tart flavour (sweet and sour) has white inner flesh. Raw mangoes can be peeled, grated and cut in cubes easily because of its firm outer cover and inner pulpReasons to add Kacchi kairi or Raw mango in your routine.Protects from intense heat and and dehydration.Raw mangoes are...
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Gond Katira, or Tragacanth gum is a white, dull looking, small stone like structure which has cooling properties. It reduces body heat, helpful in nose bleeding, heat strokes and constipation.Gum is odourless and tasteless and is obtained from a spiny shrub. It grows in a solid white crystalline form and becomes softer and gooey on...
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There is a lot of confusion as to which is what. Lemme explain you in a very simple language. There are a couple of different types of chickpea flours, and the main difference between them is that they are made from two different types of chickpeas: Kabuli chickpeas or desi chickpeas and brown chickpeas or...
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Oats, commonly found in all homes, are gluten free, whole grains and popular health food. Oats help in lowering down cholesterol, blood pressure, keeps you fuller for long and helps with constipation. The Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) for men is 38 gms and for females is 25 gms. Oats are available in variety of forms from...
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8 Healthy Summer Drinks As we welcome summers, temperatures begin to sore high, leaving us all sweaty and dehydrated. Well, try these amazing summer cooler, healthy drinks to quench your thirst and maintain good health. 1. Coconut water Also known as Mother nature’s Sports drink. It is a clear liquid inside the green coconut. It...
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Good nutrition can help your body perform better and recover faster. Optimal nutrient intake prior to exercise will not only help you maximize your performance but also minimize muscle damage.A pre-workout snack should include a good balance of carbohydrates for quick energy coupled with small amounts of protein to help build and repair muscle tissue...
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My 10 healthy Navratri recipes Here comes Navratri, a very significant festival of the Hindus, that time of the year again when idol of Goddess Durga is decorated with bangles, flowers, Kumkum and jewellery, celebrated twice a year with great emotion, intensity, warmth and zeal across the country.At my home too, this is one of the most...
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