The high aluminum and lead content in green tea can lead to health conditions like low hemoglobin. The antioxidants catechins and tannins hamper iron absorption from your food. If you're not on medication for high BP, anxiety, or arrhythmia, 3 cups a day is fine. Have 2 cups max if you're pregnant. Don't drink it before bedtime if you have insomnia. Stay off it if you're anemic and ask your doc if you're undergoing chemo.
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Copper is naturally self-sterilizing and has a toxic effect on pathogens, even antibiotic-resistant bacteria or super-germs like MRSA. Store potable water in a copper vessel overnight and drink it the next day. The water will also contain enough trace copper for body functions like digestion, wound-healing, flow of sensory information, and providing nutrition to the skin and hair.
Frozen foods are processed foods stored at low temperatures to suppress spoilage, and increase shelf life. But food processing introduces fat, sugar, and sodium into natural produce, decreasing its nutritional value. Further nutritional loss happens when we reheat or cook such produce. So even though these foods are easily accessible and quick to cook, they might not provide the intended health benefits.
Cortisol imbalance due to stress can manifest into palpitations, low energy, brain fog, night sweats, BP spikes etc. Moderate and regular exercise including yoga can get your stress levels down. Get adequate sleep and avoid screen exposure at night. Stay positive and laugh out loud. Consume foods with Vit C, take magnesium supplements and treat yourself to a massage.
Exercise to burn sugar for fuel and to increase insulin sensitivity. Avoid carbs and stock up on soluble fibre-rich foods to regulate your sugar spikes. Stay hydrated to prevent your liver from producing sugar. Chew slowly, eat chromium and magnesium-rich foods (with low glycemic indices), and reduce your portion size. Glucagon and cortisol spike sugar - avoid stress and sleep well.
A balanced diet is essential during dialysis. Keep a strict tab on your fluid intake. Legumes, beans, and cottage cheese will provide safe protein. Eat oatmeal and oat bran to keep cholesterol levels low. Keep salt in check by cutting down on processed foods; use lemon zest, vinegar, mustard for flavoring. Choose foods low in potassium - apples, pears, berries, radish, asparagus, and zucchini.
Iron is vital in the production of red blood cells, important in transporting oxygen to different parts of the body. It also converts the glucose in your blood to energy, thus maintaining metabolism. Iron also plays a key role in immunity, nerve, and brain function. Include meat, seafood, spinach, and beans in your diet to maintain optimum iron levels. However, make sure you don't intake more than the required amount of 18 mg/day.
An unhealthy diet affects not just your physical but mental health as well. As an organ that accounts for 25% of our metabolic demands, the brain needs constant nourishment that can’t be met with junk food. So along with medication, consume specific nutrient-rich foods to get better results in reducing the risk of depression.
Mix 1 tspn of salt in warm water, drain with cotton ball and squeeze into ear with head tilted, then tilt so as to drain water out. You can also do the same with Hydrogen Peroxide, but mix no more than 3% with water. You can also use baby oil or vinegar, just add a few drops in the affected ear and drain out. For sensitive skin olive oil or warm water can be used.
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