Brown sugar has a lower glycemic index than white sugar but its sucrose levels are only slightly better. The inulin it contains may help gut health and immunity. But the potential harmful effects of excessive sugar intake, including greater risk of weight gain, metabolic disorders, and cardiovascular disease, still remain. The levels of minerals and vitamins don’t warrant heavy consumption either. But if you’re looking for a delicious change from white sugar – and one that is more natural, this could be your go-to sweetener. Just keep your intake in check.
Hair oil can be easily prepared at home using readily available herbs. These highly nutritious herbal liquids nourish your hair far more than a range of cosmetic products stacked up at the nearest retail outlets. Hibiscus, amla, basil, and bhringraj are a few herbs commonly used for the preparation of hair oils. Liquids infused with these herbs are instrumental in fighting several hair problems.
Simply crush a tsp of coconut or papaya or pomegranate to make an enzyme peel paste. Apply it as a thin mask on face and neck in mild circular motions. Rinse with cold water after 15-25 mins and apply a moisturiser. It cleanses pores, improves skin tone, removes dead cells and promotes skin renewal. It also fights wrinkles, dryness and whiteheads.
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