Many digestive problems can be prevented with lifestyle changes. Poor eating habits such as eating too quickly or skipping meals can result in digestive discomfort. We must be sure to eat food slowly while chewing thoroughly. Eating several small meals throughout the day would help lessen any symptoms of digestive discomfort. Moreover, eating a balanced diet can help us avoid digestive discomfort. Unhealthy diets can contribute to difficulties for our digestive system. Thus, we must eat less quantities of processed food and sugar and more quantity of fiber, fruits, and vegetables. Foods rich in magnesium, wholegrain breads, and cereals help us in faster digestion. We must not forget to hydrate our body properly and must drink around eight glasses of water daily. Giving the sodas, soft drinks, and pops a skip can help us immensely. We must cut right back on caffeine, which we end up attaining through beverages such as coffee, tea, and alcohol. These are all highly dehydrating and will only snatch away our B-vitamins, which are so essential for healthy neural, immune, and digestive functioning. We must constantly try and eat food, which are rich in vitamin C. This vitamin is a natural laxative, which is available … Continue reading Lifestyle changes and digestion →
Man has made amazing progress over the years and in all areas, things are constantly improving. However, the quality of food eaten in urban cities all over the world has worsened. Cholesterol; a national problem The urban population has turned to eating more refined foods and refined sugars that remove essential nutrients from our food supply and cause a whole range of degenerative diseases. It is this nutrient deprived type of food that plays havoc with our system and upsets the ability of our body to handle cholesterol correctly. Cholesterol by itself is an essential substance, and it is harmless as long as it doesn’t get organised. Increasing number of free radical are produced in the body due to pollution stress, and everyday metabolic procedures of our bodies. These free radicals oxidize cholesterol and start the process of heart disease. Antioxidants are your friends When we are adequately nourished we can control the free radicals by a series of nutrients and enzymes known as antioxidants. Antioxidants are found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, whole pulses, legumes, nuts and seeds. A well nourished body can prevent oxidation of fat with the help of antioxidants like, vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, … Continue reading Strategies for Reducing Cholesterol →
Diabetes doesn’t only affect blood sugar levels; it can adversely affect other parts of the human body, damage vital organs and cause havoc in your system. Diabetes is diagnosed when your blood sugar levels are too high. Since the same blood flows throughout your entire body, it’s likely to affect other parts of the body as well. Lack of Concentration It is seen that an increase in your sugar levels, affects your concentration power and makes it harder for you to concentrate on your daily tasks. Dry Skin In the case of diabetes, your skin finds it difficult to retain moisture. Due to lack of moisture, your skin gets dry and cracked. Stomach Problems Due to too much glucose, the food stays longer in your stomach, which causes bloating, heartburn, nausea, etc. Your stomach gets upset more severely and frequently when you are diabetic. Eye Problems The damaged blood vessels of your eyes cause issues like floaters, which if not treated on time might lead to loss of eyesight. A diabetic person needs to go for regular eye check-ups as it is mandatory to monitor your vision to avoid blindness. Heart Disease When you suffer from diabetes, there is an additional … Continue reading 5 effects of diabetes on your body →
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As per research conducted by Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) Chickpeas are high in cholesterol-friendly proteins, phytosterols and soluble fiber, which make them an excellent cholesterol-lowering food. Here are five ways in which eating chickpeas can help lower your high cholesterol. Maintains healthy blood sugars levels Improves digestion Reduces blood pressure Protects against heart disease Aid weight loss Are Chickpeas Good To Manage Cholesterol? Chickpeas, also known as Cicer arietinum, are a part of the legume family and are one of the most widely cultivated and eaten foods in the world. These beans are known by many names, including garbanzo beans, Bengal gram, and Egyptian peas. Though small in size, these little legumes come with numerous health benefits. The health benefits of chickpeas are as follow: Weight loss Lowers high cholesterol Boosts immunity Keeps blood sugars in check Aids digestion Protects against heart disease Increases energy levels Builds muscle Cholesterol is a waxy fat-like substance which is secreted by the liver into our bloodstream and is responsible for carrying out important functions such as the production of bile, hormones, and vitamin D. There are two types of cholesterol present in our blood, namely LDL (bad cholesterol) and HDL (good cholesterol). Certain factors … Continue reading Are Chickpeas Good To Manage Cholesterol? →
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