Amla or the Indian gooseberry is a popular herbal remedy that’s rich in antioxidants and can work a world of wonders on your system. But did you know that it could have some side effects too – for instance, if you are pregnant or a diabetic who is hoping to make the most of the blood sugar regulating properties of amla. Get on top of these side effects and possible drug interactions so this otherwise powerful remedy doesn't mess with your body.
Curejoy Expert Dipti Mothay Explains: Early Symptoms of Kidney Problems & How to protect them? The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs that are important for the elimination of wastes and in aiding other important functions of the body. Kidney disease is a serious medical issue. Research has shown that over 20 million[.....]
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The Indian gooseberry, better known as “amla” or “amalaki” in Ayurvedic circles, is a potent herbal remedy that can work wonders for your cholesterol levels and diabetes and ease diarrhea and even inflammation.1 But, as with any therapy or remedy, you need to be aware of its side effects. If[.....]
Beer has a bad reputation, but it actually has legitimate health benefits! If you’re relatively healthy, moderate intake may help you out. Here are five scientific reasons why you should tap into a beer today. 5 Reasons Why Beer Is Good For You 1. Lowers Heart Disease Risk The occasional[.....]
Shopping veggies can be exciting. There are so many yummy foods out there! It’s one of the best parts of healthy eating. But do you know how to properly buy vegetables? It might take practice, but it’s worth it. Here are seven tips for choosing veggies at the market. 7[.....]
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Weight loss, especially around the belly, can be a daunting challenge for many. Cucumber can be your friend in this battle by combating possible underlying causes like bloating, water retention, constipation. Thanks to its high water and fiber content, zero fat, and low caloric content. Try it out as a raw snack or juice with lemon, ginger, and aloe vera as added ingredients.
Vitamin K2 is an essential nutrient that is often overlooked. Now, scientists have come up with a few findings that could correct the knowledge deficit regarding vitamin K2. Vitamin K is best known for its essential role in blood clotting. It consists of a group of essential fat-soluble vitamins. It is[.....]
Boing, boing, boing! Is it that time of the year already? The time when you feel you’ve overdone the indulgence foods, when you’re flapping belly can no longer be reined in by a breathless tummy tuck, when you feel it’s time to get serious about getting your weight in control.[.....]
Loaded with vitamins and minerals like vitamin C, copper, manganese, and fiber, blueberries are antioxidant powerhouses. The antioxidant content gives it free radical scavenging action and prevents neurodegeneration. Various studies on the effect of blueberries on the brain have proven that blueberry consumption improves short-term memory, long-term reference memory as well as spatial memory. Having blueberries helps your brain take swift decisions. A daily dose of blueberries can prevent neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia and can also alleviate signs of depression.
Nuts are satiating, healthy and tasty foods that you can gladly include in your diet. It is a common belief that high-fat and high-calorie foods can only contribute to weight gain. Many of them contain good fats like polyunsaturated fats and omega-3 fatty acids that are good for your health.[.....]
Fad diets are everywhere these days. And if you’re trying to lose weight, they might seem appealing. Not so fast, though! These diets can really hurt your body. They’re usually extreme eating plans designed for a quick fix. Be smart about it by learning how to spot a fad diet.[.....]
The myriad of hormonal changes you go through when you are pregnant can impact your taste and smell to a great extent. You may experience extreme cravings for certain types of food and aversions to others. The foods you crave do not necessarily have to be nutritious or good for you.[.....]
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