Inner cleansing or detoxification is a process of clearing toxins from the body thereby cleansing it of mucus and congestion.
Sugar is a natural, sweet substance derived from plant extracts of sugarcane and beets. A vital part of a balanced diet and important source of energy, sugar is a chief flavouring agent in savoury dishes and desserts. However, if consumed in excess it could lead to serious health issues, such as high blood sugar, high blood pressure, and diabetes. Here are eight ways to help you cut down on your sugar consumption. 1- Be aware of sugar substitutes Corn syrup, high-fructose corn syrup, maple syrup, malt syrup and fruit juice concentrates are all unhealthy sugar substitutes. 2- Cut down on sauces Although great with pakodas, sauces are high in sugar as many of them contain fructose corn syrup. Switch to homemade sauces instead. Cut down on quantity While baking or cooking use only half, or three- fourth of the prescribed portion of sugar. Don’t go fake Artificial sugar sweeteners or ‘sugar-free’ food items may contain hidden sugars which promote weight gain. Read food labels Opt for food and drink items with ‘no-added sugar’. Shun energy bars Though a good source of protein and fiber, most contain granola which is high in fats, sugar and also calories. Steer clear of packaged … Continue reading 8 effective ways to reduce sugar consumption →
PCOD/PCOS is a health disorder characterized by hormonal imbalance and unreasonable weight gain. Women who get diagnosed with PCOD have insulin resistance, that leads to a lack of ovulation and their inability to get pregnant. In such cases, it is important to keep a track of your lifestyle, as well as include essential nutrients and vitamins into your diet. However, the vitamin requirements of each woman suffering from PCOD may vary. It depends on one’s body type, medical background, genetic factors, and lifestyle. Based on these, our health experts at Health Total will give you a personalized food plan and treatment that not only works on your health disorder but also restores a balance in your body. If you suffer from PCOD, then here are 4 vitamins that our health experts recommend for you. Vitamin D Since it is often seen that vitamin D deficiency also affects women with PCOD, a regular supply of this vitamin helps decrease insulin resistance and symptoms of PCOD. Inositol Also known as vitamin B8, inositol improves the symptoms of PCOD and improves your ovulatory functions. Folic Acid Also known as Vitamin B9, folic acid is usually given with inositol to cure PCOD. When combined together, both … Continue reading 4 vitamins that help you fight PCOD →
High blood pressure refers to a common condition where the long-term force of blood against our artery walls is high enough to eventually cause health problems such as heart disease. Our blood pressure is determined by the amount of blood our heart pumps and the extent of resistance to blood flow in our arteries. In simple terms, the more blood our heart pumps and the narrower our arteries, the higher our blood pressure. Here is a list of the symptoms of high blood pressure. Common symptoms of high blood pressure Consistent headaches Feeling of nausea & uneasiness Discomfort in the stomach with a consistent urge to vomit Dizziness & feeling lightheaded Feeling of unsteadiness & vertigo Blurred or double vision (diplopia) Nosebleeds Palpitations Breathlessness or shortness of breath Common symptoms for children with high blood pressure Regular headaches Feeling of fatigue Blurred vision Nosebleeds Bell’s palsy (an inability to control facial muscles on one side of the face) High blood pressure (HBP) or hypertension is a major health issue today, which typically do not have many symptoms, but can have serious health consequences, if not treated in time.
Whether you have dry, oily, or sensitive skin it is important to take care of it. Among all the different skin types, dry skin is probably the most difficult one to deal with. People with dry skin are more prone to developing wrinkles at an early age, and may also suffer from thyroid disorders and experience allergic reactions to certain cosmetics. So if you want to get rid of your dry skin, or simply want relief from skin problems, follow the tips mentioned below and you will have glowing flawless skin in no time! Keep hydrated Drinking adequate water is one of the easiest and best home remedies for dry skin. Make sure to drink at least three to four litres of water in a day. This will improve skin elasticity and keep your skin nourished throughout the day. Drinking water also prevents the formation of wrinkles. Honey Honey locks moisture into the skin. It provides excellent nourishment for your skin and prevents sagging. Apply few drops of honey to your face and leave it on for 5-10 minutes. Within a few weeks, you will find a great improvement in your skins condition. Milk Milk is an excellent home remedy for … Continue reading Tips to manage dry skin →
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