Everybody sweats, it’s only natural, but then why do some people stink? Most people wonder why they suffer from body odour despite maintaining utmost hygiene and bathing several times a day. In reality, sweat doesn’t smell. Tight clothing and humidity slow down evaporation and the sweat mixes with the bacteria thriving on the skin resulting in an offending odour. Moreover, nutritional shortages make metabolic procedures less efficient. The body is then unable to detoxify effectively and the by-products develop a strong body odour. Cigarettes can give rise to smoker’s breath, which can be quite offensive. Even too much of alcohol can make you stink the next day. The obvious solution is to avoid smoking and drinking or keeping a tab on the amount you smoke or drink. Yet another reason behind persistent body odour could be certain types of foods in your diet. Garlic, fish, methi leaves, onions, and strong curry flavors are some of the culprits that lead to bad body odour. Avoid or limit such foods from your diet. You can fight your body odour through simple natural methods. Magnesium or zinc deficiency, diabetes, liver disease, or chronic constipation can give rise to body odour. It is not … Continue reading Truth about body odour →
Ayurveda, is an ancient system of medicine developed in India. Through its deep-rooted form of treatment, it helps prevent diseases, promotes health, creates balance and enhances longevity. Ayurveda, when combined with correct nutrition, not only helps the weight loss process but also makes one healthy. As per Ayurveda there are 3 categories of body types (doshas): Kapha, Pitta, Vata. The kapha type has more water and earth, Vata has more air and ether and pitta types have more of fire. For those who are suffering from constant weight gain, the kapha dosha is affected, resulting in constant accumulation of fat. Our team of experienced Ayurvedic doctors believe in taking a thorough case history of an individual before deciding on their body types. This aids the planning of a precise meal plan for weight loss tailored as per the individual’s body prakruti. They suggest some simple guidelines which combine Ayurveda and Nutrition to help you shed kilos and keep them off for life. Easy Lifestyle Changes Get started with Yoga. Do rounds of 10-15 Sun Salutations and slowly increase the repetitions as per your comfort.This will help ease your heaviness, increase circulation and fire-up your digestive system Start your day with … Continue reading Ayurveda and Nutrition is the Answer to Weight Problems →
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PCOD is a common health problem which causes an imbalance of hormones. Women who suffer from this disorder experience an imbalance in their hormones, unwanted alterations to their menstrual cycle, and pregnancy problems. While many turn to medications to treat PCOD, the best way to treat it is through natural home remedies. So here are 5 simple home remedies to effectively treat PCOD. Cinnamon Powder Add one teaspoon of cinnamon powder to a glass of hot water and stir well. Drink this drink daily. You can also include this spice into your diet by sprinkling cinnamon powder on your cereal, oatmeal, yogurt, smoothies, and other foods. Flaxseeds & Water Mix one or two tablespoons of freshly ground flaxseed powder in a glass of water. Drink it daily. Also include ground flaxseeds into your diet regularly by adding it to soups and salads. Soaked Fenugreek Soak three teaspoons of fenugreek seeds in water for six to eight hours. Take one teaspoon of the soaked seeds along with some honey in the morning on an empty stomach. Also, take one teaspoon of the seeds 10 minutes before lunch and one teaspoon 10 minutes before dinner. Continue this treatment daily. You can also include fenugreek seeds and leaves … Continue reading 5 simple home remedies for PCOD →
Strangely, just like weight loss, people do struggle to gain a few pounds as well. It has been medically proven that being underweight too can cause severe health problems. Usually, people tend to think that following a weight gain food plan will work. However, it requires the same amount of control and will power as one would need while following a weight loss food plan through following recommended intake of high-calorie foods. The idea of a weight gain foods is to put on healthy weight and steer clear of saturated fats. Whole milk Milk is an important beverage for the most of us. From a creamy cup of coffee to a healthy bowl of oatmeal/cereals soaked in milk, there are several ways of enjoying this essential source of nourishment. Although a weight gain food plan would not require you to give up on milk, you will have to switch from fat-free or skim milk to whole milk. It is high in essential nutrients, vitamins, and contains healthy calories. One glass of whole fat milk contains 3.25% fat and 150 calories. It nourishes your body and helps you gain weight faster. Cheese for weight gain If you love cheese, then stick to … Continue reading Weight gain foods for men →
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