Why You Should Eat Sweets During Diwali and Festivals

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The festive period is around the corner. Sweets are a part of all festivals. If you are the one who dreads sweets or the one who loves to gorge on it, watch out this video on why one should eat sweets during festivals and what kind of sweets should one eat.

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Healthy Cappuccino Ice Cream

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Check out healthy cappuccino ice cream.

 

 

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Happy Father's Day - Some Gifting Ideas To Ensure a Great Health

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 This Father’s Day, make a healthy meal or go on a walk with your dad. Here are other ways to encourage your father and all father figures in your life to be healthier!

 

 

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If You Feel Tired Quite Often Then Watch This

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If you are feeling constantly tired, the first thing you should do is to ensure the 5 things in this video

 

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Simple Tests To Check Food Adulteration - 16 DIY Checks

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16 DIY Hacks To See if Your Food is Adultered..watch out now 

 

 

 

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Best Cooling Foods for Indian Summer

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With the temperature on rise, the heat and sun has the potential to drain us out completely. Many of us feel dehydrated during summer months and experience low energy levels. Hence, it is important that we should take extra care during summers. From eating right to following certain lifestyle changes, we can beat the hazardous impacts of summer.
Here we have listed a few cooling foods that you should definitely add to your diet to fight against the hot climate effects:
1. Cucumber, 2. Curd, 3.Cocunut Water, 4.Mint,5.Green Leafy vegetables, 6. Onions, 7. Melon and Watermelon, 8. Lime Water

  

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Health Benefits of Mangoes and Varieties of Mangoes Across India

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Mango called the king of all fruits, is everyone's favorite. There are as many as 280+ mango varieties in India, though only about 30 are well known. Mango for an Indian, isn't just a seasonal fruit. It is a relationship with so many wonderful memories. Mango is the national fruit of India and is used in almost every sacred ritual.  

Here's a quick look at regional variations of Mangoes :

Varieties of Mangoes in India

Mangoes are very low in saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium. They are also an excellent source of dietary fiber and vitamin B6, as well as a good source of vitamin A and vitamin C. They are rich in minerals like potassium, magnesium, and copper, and they are one of the best sources of quercetin, beta-carotene, and astragalin.

Here's a quick look at benefits of Mangoes :

Benefits of Mango

 

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Indian Berries Great for Health and Fitness

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The world has christened berries as superfoods recently but berries have always been a part of the Indian kitchen. Numerous scientific studies have regarded berries as extremely healthy and indicate that they should be a part of your daily diet owing to their high antioxidant levels. The antioxidants and polyphenols, that also impart the dark purple or crimson colour to these berries, make them good for your heart, brain and even your skin. Not just that, these bright and sweet superfruits are a delicious addition to your breakfast bowl or your evening salad. If you walk around the supermarket fruit aisle, you will find several varieties of imported berries like the cranberries, goji berries or the blueberries that have had everyone talking. But we'd like to introduce and turn the spotlight on our very own native Indian berries that deserve as much attention and are probably healthier as they are locally cultivated and are not packaged and flown in from thousand miles away. 

They are :

Karonda, Phalsa, Ber/Bor, Rasbhari, Shahtoot (mulberry), Jamun, Amla.

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Health Tips and Food Choices to Manage High Blood Pressure

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High blood pressure or hypertension is defined as a systolic blood pressure equal to or above 140 mm Hg and/or diastolic blood pressure equal to or above 90 mm Hg. It is important to “know your numbers.” Basically, keep getting your blood pressure checked, routinely. Having a healthy lifestyle is also important for keeping your blood pressure under check. Doctors recommend the following  steps to minimize the odds of developing high blood pressure and its adverse consequences. 

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Healthy Snacks Ideas and Tricks To Eat Mindfully

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 If you're hungry between meals, then watch this video on how to snack healthy and eat mindfully  

 

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