Health Tips

Tips to Stay Healthy

Acidity and Ulcers One natural treatment for Acidity is chewing a few basil leaves after a meal. This works as an antacid, helps the body absorb food, but also prevents re-flux and the formation of ulcers. Cold and Sore Throat Mix 2 teaspoons of honey with equal quantity of ginger juice. The beverage helps to

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lentil curry

Madras Lentils Recipe

Benefits of Lentils: Lentils are Low in calories (helpful for weight loss) and high in nutrition. It helps to reduces your risk of heart disease and prevent constipation. Stabilizes Blood Sugar levels and especially helpful for those with diabetes, insulin resistance or hypoglycemia. They are made up of over 25% protein, which makes them an

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5 Best Food in Summer to Stay Hydrated

1.Tomato           Tomatoes contain vitamin C, vitamin k, potassium and are filled with antioxidants. They also contains very useful photochemical such as Lycopene which contribute to chronic diseases like Cancer and Heart diseases. 2.Zucchini Part of the summer squash family, zucchini contains a fiber called pectin, which is linked to increasing heart health and lowering

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Tips For Kids…This Summer!!!

FOOD – Children who are so active and always running around can easily dehydrate in summer, so keeping them hydrate is very important. To maintain a good fluid level, make sure to give lots of water with high liquid content food. Watermelon, Strawberries, Cantaloupe, Pineapple, Oranges, Raspberries, Cucumber, Green Pepper, Spinach, Grapes etc are the

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Indian Spices

From ancient times, Indian spices have played a major role in the lifestyle of people from certain parts of the world. They have served numerous roles through history, including as coloring agents, flavoring agents, preservatives, food additives and medicines. A spice is a dried seed, fruit, root, bark or flower of a plant or a

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Paper Art

The word paper drives from Egyptian – papyros. Papyrus is a plant found along water. Originally paper is thought to be first created in china around 200BC. It was originally used only for wrapping or preserving tea. The Chinese were also the first to issue paper money Paper cutting is an art with a long

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