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25 Proven Health Benefits of Flax Seeds You Should Know

25 Proven Health Benefits of Flax Seeds You Should Know

Revered for its benefits as far back as 4,000 years ago to the time of Hippocrates, Flaxseed is found in all kinds of today’s foods from crackers to frozen waffles to oatmeal. As part of a snack or meal, it’s easy to incorporate tasty and nutritious flaxseed as a staple ingredient in your own diet. Although flaxseed contains all sorts of healthy components, it owes its primary healthy reputation to three of them: Omega-3 essential fatty acids: These are the…

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Essential Checklist For a Flatter Tummy In 30 Days

Essential Checklist For a Flatter Tummy In 30 Days

Doesn’t everyone love a celebrity waistline? Every woman dreams of having a perfect waistline and every man of a flat tummy with defined abdominal muscles. The best part is, the secret to a flat tummy is not exactly rocket science. It just takes a lot of discipline, a little bit of hard work and this essential checklist: 1. Drink more water – Try to finish at least 3 – 4 litres of water in a day – it helps with…

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10 Health Benefits of Kiwi Fruit You Should Know

10 Health Benefits of Kiwi Fruit You Should Know

They are approximately 3 inches long, look attractive & tastes exotic. But Kiwis are actually unique in terms of their Health Benefits! So here is a little list which will enlighten you about the benefits of this Power Food. 1. Aids in Digestion: Kiwi has been useful in treating bowel & digestive disorder. Studies have shown that by adding Kiwi in patients’ diet, antioxidants & fibre were introduced, which in turn were able to produce anti-inflammatory results. Thus it helps…

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20 Amazing Health Benefits of Cinnamon You Need to Know

20 Amazing Health Benefits of Cinnamon You Need to Know

Cinnamon is a tree we can use. Its parts like the bark or the leaf of the tree for various purposes. The bark of the tree can be rolled into sticks or its grounded into powder form which can be readily used. Also, the leaf and bark are steam distilled into oil. The powdered form of cinnamon is used for baking also it can be used in coffee, tea or with honey. Even the cinnamon sticks are used for cooking in Asian cusines. Cinnamon…

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A Polluted Face: How Pollution is Showing Up on Your Skin

A Polluted Face: How Pollution is Showing Up on Your Skin

  “One of the central factors that has been proven beyond any doubt to cause premature skin ageing is overexposure to UV radiation. However, other potential contributors to this process can include smog, pollution, cigarette smoke as well as other particulates in the air..” says Zoe Draelos, M.D., consulting professor of dermatology at Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, N.C. We have heard it enough times to now maybe turn a deaf ear to it. Pollution affects our health very…

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The Diabetes Diet

The Diabetes Diet

Diabetes is on the high, but a little change in lifestyle goes a long way in controlling the condition. The symptoms of diabetes are polyuria, polydipsia, polyphagia, and lowered immunity leading to infections (fungal & Bacterial )including skin infections like acanthosis and diabetic dermopathy. Chat with our experts now

The Emotional Roller Coaster of Diabetes

The Emotional Roller Coaster of Diabetes

  Diabetes can be a lonely journey. Acknowledging that you are not alone in your fight is the first step towards winning the long battle against diabetes. One of the best ways of winning this battle is to allow yourself to feel all the emotions that it gets in its wake. Acknowledging the emotions and then handling them one by one is a strong step in fighting diabetes.  In a series of interviews of patients fighting diabetes, it emerged that…

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Don’t Let Diabetes Keep You From Getting Great Skin

Don’t Let Diabetes Keep You From Getting Great Skin

    The most attention that doctors, friends, friends-who-are-half-doctors, and family-members-who-didn’t-become-doctors give to is how much sweet one should be eating if you are a diabetic. And the usual advice of “Karela khao”, “drumstick ke leaves khao” (“eat bitter gourd”, “eat moringa leaves”) can leave you a tad fatigued. My grandmom had this cheesy saying – where there are five people together, one or two irritating things are going to be shared. (sounds much more punchy in Hindi, so here…

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