Leftovers when reheated can get spoiled when not cooked or stored right. Don't reheat rice older than 1 day. Refrigerate cooked potatoes quickly and heat them thoroughly to avoid botulism. Refrigerate chicken and eggs within 2 hrs of cooking and reheat at 165°F. Boil spinach for 1 min to avoid cancer risk from its nitrites. Don't use reheated oil at all; it can raise the risk of heart disease.
If you are a pet-parent, who doesn’t just reach out to a vet for every small issue with your fur-ball’s health, and if you believe in natural and more holistic healing for your pet, then you’re at the right place. And by the time you finish reading this, a few[.....]
Squatting isn’t the modern way to poop, but it's something that's second nature to people in some parts of the world for centuries. With your body positioned more ergonomically for a bowel movement, you may be able to strain less, finish pooping faster, and empty bowels completely. You may even be able to prevent constipation, hemorrhoids, and a host of colorectal problems if you squat instead of sit.
Brown rice is a storehouse of many essential nutrients. These nutrients help lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels and keep blood pressure in check. They prevent cancer, gallstones as well as childhood asthma. Magnesium in brown rice keeps bones healthy and regulates the nervous system. Moreover, brown rice fills your stomach fast and keeps you in shape.
Anemia occurs as a result of the deficiency of red blood cells or hemoglobin levels in the blood. Skin paleness and generalized weakness in the body are obvious signs of anemia. Anemia is one of the most common blood disorders, which affects many people, young and the old alike, globally. Anemia is chiefly caused by improper diet and prolonged illness. Easily available herbs have the potential to prevent anemia and help in recovery.
Wheat bran, a cereal rich in dietary fiber is good for your stomach and heart. Wheat bran protects you against colon cancer. It can be eaten as the breakfast cereal. You can also make muffins and pancakes out of wheat bran!
A wholesome breakfast during pregnancy is important to let you and your baby begin the day on the right note. Easy-to-make and healthy breakfast recipes save your time and energy. These recipes have the right balance of complex carbs, proteins, good fat, omega-3, and vitamins. Fresh fruits, yogurt, and berries further enrich their nutrition value.
Babies can generally start on their first solid foods between 4 and 6 months. Up to 12 months of age, breastmilk (or formula) will continue to provide most of the baby's nutritional requirements, with solids as complementary foods. Cereal, vegetables, and fruits are all suitable for starting your baby off on solids. All food should be well-cooked, mashed, thinly diluted, and fed in tiny quantities in the introductory stage, progressing to thicker consistencies and increased portions as the baby grows older and more proficient at eating.
Menopause is a natural process and not a diagnosis. Weight gain is an irritating part of menopause and it can lead to other health risks if it is not controlled. Research has shown that a focus on what you eat during menopause can help you conquer menopausal weight gain.1 This does[.....]
Rice is one of the most important staple foods in different parts of the world. Although rare, there are reports and evidence where people have shown allergic reactions to rice. Rice allergy is more common in Eastern Asia and less common in the western countries.1 Rice is eaten daily in[.....]
Brewed in China, Korea, and Japan since the 8th century, barley tea is catching on quick in other parts of the world for its wonderful health benefits. Barley tea can help you detox your body, aid in digestive health, and help you relax. It also has antioxidant, anticoagulant, and anticarcinogenic properties. Although it can sometimes be a bit of an acquired taste, barley tea is a refreshing and comforting drink whether you brew it hot or cold.
Gram flour is a versatile ingredient. It fights pimples, removes tan, and reduces the oiliness of skin and moisturizes it too. It can be mixed with a variety of ingredients to clean and nourish your hair, make it shiny, help it grow, and remove dandruff. Its high nutrient and fiber content improves your cholesterol levels, fights fatigue, regulates your blood pressure, controls diabetes, and strengthens your bones.
Barley water has been popular for centuries, with ayurveda recommending it as a drink to aid digestion and purge excess "kapha" responsible for sluggishness in the body. Now, research is tapping the benefits of barley for its fiber content and nutrients that can help fight off UTIs, kidney stones, gall stones, and even help with overall heart health, skin care, and digestion.
Relatively low in calories and high in fiber, barley is a versatile cereal grain that provides both beauty and health benefits. Adding it to your daily diet (atop salads, soups, stews or baked goods) will not only help you keep your blood sugar, cholesterol, blood pressure in check, but might be just the weapon you need in your fight to lose weight and tackle belly fat.
Using natural products for your skin and hair care can have numerous benefits. They are skin-friendly, have multiple primary and secondary benefits, and are eco-friendly. When it comes to skincare, natural oils can do wonders for your skin and every natural oil has its own unique set of properties. Rice[.....]
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