Hair fall and other hair related problems commonly affect many people around the world. Often, natural and inexpensive alternatives such as brahmi-amla hair oil are more effective in treating these problems. Alopecia, premature graying, dandruff and many other problems can be cured and prevented by using brahmi-amla hair oil. Some major hair conditions that can be treated with brahmi-amla hair oil are mentioned here.
It is easy to whiten teeth at home with some naturally available substances. Baking soda is one such which is known for its cleansing properties. Diluted hydrogen peroxide, activated charcoal and apple cider vinegar too promise pearly whites. You could try the Ayurvedic method of oil pulling or munch on strawberries or even clean your teeth with banana rind for quick result.
Our diet plays a vital role in controlling our blood sugar levels. The A1C test is a blood test based on the attachment of glucose to hemoglobin that provides data about a person’s average levels of blood glucose over a three-month period. The A1C test is the primary test used[.....]
If you binge on blueberries, the high levels of resveratrol will stop the benefits of exercise. Your blood pressure and cholesterol won’t improve like they normally would. Resveratrol can also cause stomach problems and act like estrogen, which is harmful for hormone-sensitive conditions. A high intake should also be avoided by people who have bleeding disorders, surgery, or who take anticoagulants. The risk of bleeding will increase, which is life-threatening.
The debate is still on about whether raw food is better or cooked, but most nutritionists suggest a mix of both. Some foods, when eaten raw, helps preserve their nutrients and also allows your body to absorb them better. While there’s a long list of foods you can cook and eat,[.....]
Hair loss is most commonly seen in male or female pattern baldness which is associated with increased levels of a male hormone known as dihydrotestosterone (DHT). An extract of saw palmetto berries may block 5α-reductase, an enzyme that converts testosterone to DHT and studies have found that the oral and topical use can address hair loss.
To eat or not to eat – that is the question diabetics ask when it comes to food. Whole foods that are not processed, such as fruits and vegetables, are considered as the best foods for diabetes. Less of refined carbohydrates, lots of lean protein, and more good fat helps[.....]
Apart from adding color and flavor to your fall-inspired treats, cranberries also proffer up a plethora of health benefits. They not only help guard against UTIs, heart disease, prostate cancer, and flu, but benefits oral health too. You can eat cranberries in their raw state, but if the tangy flavor of fresh berries is not your thing, opt for readily available jams, jellies, or dried cranberries.
Almost 29 million Americans, or 9.3% of the population, have diabetes. That’s a shocking number and it is increasing by the day! More Americans are looking at natural methods to either prevent or manage diabetes. Here, we look the various herbs and plants that help treating the deadly disease. The[.....]
Packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber, blueberries offer a host of health benefits, including dramatic benefits for the brain. Nicknamed "brain-berry" by many scientists, blueberries contain polyphenolic compounds, specifically anthocyanins, that are known for having antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds can improve cognitive functioning, motor skill function, and memory.
Winter fruits are as numerous and nutritious as the summer ones. Their color, flavor, nutrients take care of your health during winter. Take a look at these 9 best winter fruits that's good for your health. To maintain healthy sugar levels, experts recommend consuming a total scale of 100 or less on the glycemic scale ranking per day.
If your blood pressure (BP) is 140/90 mmHG or thereabouts, you either have hypertension or are tending toward it. You can check your BP from rising and even lower it with a careful diet. Begin with a heart-friendly diet called the DASH eating plan. Supplement it with beetroot juice, dark chocolate, pomegranates, oats, watermelon, garlic, flaxseeds, blueberries. And keep your sugar and salt intake in check.
Research suggests that incorporating foods like grapefruit, milk thistle, ginger, turmeric, fatty fish, eggs, amla, walnuts, berries, and beetroot offers protection against liver damage (exposure to a fungicide) and reduces the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Also, the odorous veggies like garlic, onion help detox the liver by expelling the toxins from the body.
Viagra has been studied for years now as a treatment for erectile dysfunction. Yet for those who prefer a more natural alternative, it may not be the top choice. If you’re worried about the side effects from taking drugs like the famous blue pill, why not explore a more holistic approach to sexual health? Blueberries can improve the underlying conditions that are causing your erectile dysfunction in the first place. But are they good enough to replace Viagra?
Boil a few dried Indian gooseberry (amla) pieces in 500ml coconut oil until they become charred. Let the oil cool. Apply onto your hair, scalp overnight or an hour before wash. Equally beneficial can be topical application of kayyonyadi tailam, neelibhringadi tailam, herbs such as henna, aloe vera, hibiscus, or a fine paste of overnight soaked fenugreek seeds.
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