Do you know the importance of brain food for keeping your mind and body healthy? We all know the brain controls the centre of our body. The brain is in charge of keeping our heart beating and lungs breathing and allowing us to move, feel, and think. So it is important to keep our brain healthy.
Maintaining your mind healthy alongside physical well-being can have a long-lasting effect on your body. A healthy mind is very important for a successful life. You may be spending hours each week focusing on developing a strong physical body, but fail to devote any time to actively seeking out ways to improve your mental fitness. Most people spend a lot of time on their physical fitness but they ignore maintaining their mind healthy.
What are the foods you eat every day for good health? Through the environment, whether it is pollution or radiation and through the food that we eat, there are so many bad things that we don’t even realise go into our body. A lot of the things that are in our environment actually do increase …
Please remember there is no shortcut to reduce belly fat. You might have read many people saying on social media that”Reducing belly fat in 3 days”. That will not work as the next 3 days will come back again soon. We have abused our body to build up belly fat and it is time for us to work hard and smart to reduce it. This is a type of intermittent fasting coupled with the benefits of the circadian rhythm. This post is based on the video talk of Dr Palaniappan Manickam (Dr Pal), a Physician in California. In the video, he assures that If you can stick to his suggestions on a daily basis for at least 6 weeks, you can surely see results. Patience and consistency is the key.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, you might have heard many times about boosting your immune system. Many articles and videos are available on the net about immunity-boosting foods. Actually, it’s not about boosting your immune system, it’s how well trained your immune system is. This post is based on the YouTube video of Luke Coutinho, a Holistic Nutritionist specialising in the field of Integrative and Lifestyle Medicine explaining top lifestyle hacks to train your immune system.
Do you know the importance of gut health? Gut health is where it all begins. Consuming probiotics and prebiotics the right way without overdoing them is crucial for your microbiome and gut. In this article, you can learn about how to make your own the great Indian powerful probiotic at home. In the video Luke …
Do you know you can improve your gut health by changing your eating habits? Gut health refers to the physical state and physiologic function of the many parts of the gastrointestinal tract. Many people experience frequent digestive problems such as bloating, loose stools, abdominal pain, constipation, heartburn, nausea or vomiting. Most times, they give a common name ‘gas problem’ for all these symptoms and do some self-treatment. They identify the problem is with their food choices, but most times they are unable to control their eating habit. It is true that our food choices are common causes of digestive problems, heartburn, bloating and constipation.
People having mild symptoms of COVID19 or not having any serious sickness or breathing problems have to follow home care for COVID19 patients as per the directions from the health departments. It is estimated that almost 70% to 80% of people with COVID19 will have mild illness and can be managed at home with guidance from the healthcare provider and symptomatic treatments. This article and the video cover the basic points on how to care for people with COVID-19 at home.
Today we are going to be talking about none other than water. How do you drink your water? Shaken not stirred? Did you know that up to 60 percent of our body is made of water? Every single cell in our body needs water to survive whether it’s our digestion, lungs, heart, or lymphatic system, everything needs water. Many times if we’re feeling tired, lethargic, if we feel a bit groggy, if we have a headache when our muscles feel tight, a lot of the times it’s actually simply because we are dehydrated. It’s actually also a key component when it comes to our immunity. Our lymph system which is a system that carries around all of our immune cells like our white blood cells is actually based on water. And so to keep our lymph system and our immunity high, we have to keep our body hydrated and water only is the thing that’s going to do that.