Being healthy and losing weight can sound so simple like, ‘Eat less, be more active’. But as anyone who has ever tried to lose a few kilos knows that putting that into actual practice can be really difficult. Also, when it comes to eating, we have habits that have almost grown with us, and are now difficult to change. Changing old misguided eating patterns are necessary, however instead of going for a radical change try replacing them slowly. Replace all your old, incorrect eating habits with new, improved ones. Sedentary Lifestyle And Weight Sedentary lifestyle causes decline in metabolic rate and lowers the body’s ability to burn calories effectively while retaining the same eating habits. The body stores surplus calories as fat reserves. A regular exercise regime can burn off extra calories, suppress appetite and maintain weight, whereas a lack of it leads to weight gain. Exercise plays an important role in consistent weight management. It is best to exercise regularly in moderation than do strenuous exercise, get tired and stop it altogether. The exercise routine should be flexible to match your lifestyle, personality and health needs and the easiest alternative is, walking. Walking at a moderate … Continue reading Eat Right – Don’t diet – Lose Weight →
Our digestive system today is greatly challenged. Thanks to the ever-widening menu of strange foods, colors, food chemicals
If people going on diet are looking for the ideal low calorie drinks, they can go in for buttermilk, jaljeera, coconut water, any of the vegetable juices such as tomato, cucumber, or spinach, and of course, pure plain water. Crash dieting can also lead to hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar). This is a condition where the person might feel giddy during the afternoon or suffer from hypokalaemia (low potassium levels) brought about by water loss. When you lose body water, you tend to flush out a lot of potassium through your urine. This leads to muscle weakness, fatigue, palpitations, and leg cramps. Moreover, dehydration can bring about low blood pressure in certain people. You can avert such dieting disasters and lose weight the healthy and natural way without troubling your body. When you go on a monitored weight loss program, most women retain the glow on their faces. This is especially true if they go in for a nutritious weight loss program. When you add enough green vegetables, whole grains, and pulses to your diet, you will be absolutely delighted with the results since you watch your skin grow firmer and tauter, devoid of acne, and with a glowing radiance.
The summer heat can cause many annoying skin problems, such as dry skin, boils etc. So here are 9 simple tips to treat skin rashes: Coconut oil Coconut oil has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties and helps soothe rash and treats inflamed skin. Water Drink a minimum of 8 to 10 glasses of water every day to cleanse your body off harmful toxins and chemicals. Fruits Eat at least 3 coloured fruits rich in antioxidants every day such as pomegranate, black grapes, cherries, and strawberries. They are loaded with antioxidants and prove to be helpful for avoiding skin problems. Oatmeal Oatmeal is another familiar skin treatment option. Besides being a gentle exfoliate, oatmeal will also alleviate inflammation. Mix 2 tablespoons of oatmeal with 6 tablespoons of milk and apply the mixture on areas affected with skin rash. It helps reduce inflammation and soothe the rash. Aloe Vera Aloe vera has many nutrients and properties which are beneficial to the skin. Aloe vera is used as an anti-inflammatory agent and also provides anti-bacterial and anti-fungal aid. Apply the gel from a leaf of the aloe vera plant directly to the skin rash. If you are not able to find one or do … Continue reading 9 tips to treat skin rashes →
Homocysteine is an amino acid and breakdown product of protein metabolism that, when present in high concentrations, has been linked to an increased risk of heart attacks and strokes. Have your vitamin B Vitamin B is very good to douse your homocysteine levels. Taking those three vitamins is the first step. You need to take at least 200 mg of folic acid daily to reduce homocysteine levels. To be absolutely sure that you are getting sufficient B-vitamins, take 2 mg of B-6 and 6 mg of B-12 as well. You will find these amounts in a typical B-vitamin Supplement. For most people, consuming at least 5-8 servings of fruits and vegetables daily should be sufficient to normalize homocysteine concentration. Eat your fruits Fruit servings are ideal for homocysteine. One serving is equal to half a cup of cooked vegetable or one cup of raw vegetable. One fruit serving is equal to one small apple, banana or orange or one cup of papaya or watermelon cubes or any large fruit. Whole pulses are also a rich source of folic acid. Fruits, vegetables and whole pulses also tend to be high in other nutrients and soluble fiber, and provide additional benefit over … Continue reading Homocysteine diet →
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