India is facing an alarming health issue as over 51% of women are anaemic (Global Nutrition Report 2017). Always remember that maintaining your haemoglobin level is indispensable to your health, and a deficiency can have adverse outcomes. So, it is important to include adequate amounts of iron, vitamins C, vitamins B12 and folate in your routine diet.
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Do you like to eat fast foods, and gorge on them a lot? It is not surprising as processed foods such as cold drinks, caned juices etc have a high sugar content, which make them hyper rewarding. This makes them very addictive. So much so that the fast food addiction has become a major reason of obesity now a days. It is important to know that processed foods are bad for your health and it is best that you avoid them as much as you can.
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Milk is good for health. We all also have heard about the age old saying, not to stand while drinking milk. There are even some scientific reasons, according to which drinking milk in a sitting position is better and healthier than drinking it while standing. According to Ayurveda, you must ensure that you are drinking milk in the right posture.
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Ask any health conscious person for health hacks and one of the first things they would say is to begin the day with a glass of warm lime water. Hot water and lemon have several health benefits. From aiding in weight loss, to curing hypertension, the list is very long.
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Are you experiencing irregular periods? It may be due to a condition, known as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS/PCOD). It is a very common hormonal problem and is seen in 5% to 10% of women. It is recommended to consult a gynaecologist on experiencing any symptom of PCOS.
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Jeera or cumin can do more than just add flavour to your food. From improving digestion and immunity, to detoxifying skin, drinking jeera water has many health benefits. For best results, boil a spoon of raw jeera with a cup of water and strain it. This should ideally be taken on an empty stomach in the morning.
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Brown rice is becoming favourite food choice these days. Did you know that even doctors are recommending brown rice? There are some health benefits of using it. Here is an article which talks about why one should choose brown rice over white.
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