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14 Incompatible Food Combinations You Must Avoid

Despite our healthy diets, incompatible food combinations can lead to low immunity, digestive upsets, and allergies. Don't combine milk with veggies, eggs, pulses, or fruit to avoid disturbing digestive enzymes. Don't mix ghee and honey in equal amounts. Avoid curd and buttermilk at night. Don't eat chicken and pork in combination or on the same day. Don't mix uncooked and cooked food.

10 Foods You Should Never Eat After Age 30

Let’s face it! Everyone ages as time passes. Nothing can really turn back the clock- neither denial nor plastic surgery. Just like your choices of clothing, hair styling, entertainment, or even people change as you mature, so should your dietary preferences. No matter how passionately you love certain foods, your[.....]

How To Treat Cracked Heels With Ayurvedic Home Remedies

Snehana: Mix 1 ounce Neem oil, 3 ounces sesame oil, 1 tsp turmeric, sandalwood powder, neem powder and 3 Aloe Vera pieces. Apply on affected area. Swedana: Soak feet in warm salt water for 20 min. Lepana: External application of Manjistha, Nimba and Sajarasa improves healing. Apply honey and ghee. Consume ash gourd and coconut water.

Dairy Milk Alternatives: Know The Pros And Cons

Soy milk has good protein, calcium and is low in saturated fats. But look for a non-GMO certified milk. Almond milk has high sodium and high level of beneficial Vitamin E. Macadamia milk has omega-3 fatty acids. Hazelnut milk is high in carbs and calcium. Coconut milk has low protein and high-fat content. Hemp milk has low protein and high omega 3 fatty acids.

How Can I Make Traditional Ghee?

Curejoy Expert Claude Butler Explains: Ghee can be used in place of butter and is an ideal cooking oil, as it does not burn unless heated excessively. It makes a wonderful body oil for massage and can serve as a base for herbal ointments (for burns, skin rashes, etc.) and[.....]

What Are The Health Benefits Of Ghee?

Curejoy Expert Claude Butler Explains: Ayurveda claims that ghee has a host of health and cooking benefits and is beneficial for both the mind and the spirit. Ghee is made by a simple process of boiling butter and then removing the butterfat, leaving behind the proteins (casein and whey) and[.....]

Ayurvedic Remedies For Lactose Intolerance: Go Natural

Curejoy Expert Dr.Janardhana Hebbar Explains:According to Ayurveda, inability to digest milk or dairy products is a sign of compromised digestion. It's an indication that you may not be producing enough lactase or hydrochloric acid to break down casein proteins. The digestion might be compromised due to factors like stress, lack of routine, excess travel, excess intake of stimulants like coffee,...

Honey And Ghee: Should You Be Combining Them?

Equal quantities by weight of ghee and honey are a bad combination as ghee is cooling, but honey is heating. Honey is a complex polysaccaride which requires special enzymes to break it down to be used as simple sugars and ghee is a complex chain of fatty acids which requires[.....]

Benefits Of Ghee For Your Skin: Get Glowing Skin With Ayurveda

To use ghee for skin, take 10 ounces of ghee and mix with sufficient water. Add fresh water and continue mixing. Repeat this many times till the ghee turns into white with a butter like consistency. This can act as a natural moisturizer, relieves burning sensation, wounds, chicken pox scars, can be applied around umbilicus for excessive bleeding in pregnant women.

Triphala Churna Benefits, Ingredients, Dosage, and, Side Effects

Benefits of Triphala Churna: Rich in antioxidants, calms Kapha and Pita, treats diabetes, cures skin diseases, improves taste and eye sight, treats chronic fever, relieves laziness, treats obesity. Ingredients: Amla, Haritaki and Vibhitaki. Dosage: 1 – 3 grams with honey, ghee or warm water, before food. Triphala tablets and capsules - 1 - 2 tablets once or twice a day, before food.