What if we told you that to build immunity, the most important thing you have to do is rest and sleep? Sounds amazing right? Because it is! Sleeping IS the [...]
Getting rid of cellulite is no cakewalk. Honestly, there is no quick fix. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can be helpful in making cellulite less noticeable.
Most women share a hate-hate relationship with PMS. An imbalance of estrogen and progesterone levels combined with factors such as stress, insufficient sleep, and junk food, the hormonal plunge wreak havoc on your emotional health. Here’s how you can cut it out from your monthly calendar by eating right and making these lifestyle changes:
The brain is a tricky but the most important organ in the body because it controls every single thing you do. To keep it functioning in order, there are several things you need to do. Whether it is information about nutrients that nourish your brain, or exercise that helps you keep it in order, trust us to give you the best advice
Constipation can happen due to a variety of reasons. Some of these include stress, anxiety, irregular eating and sleeping timings, inactivity, low calorie intake on a daily basis, less fibre intake, multiple medications, gut disease or underlying autoimmune diseases or susceptibility to disease. The kind of lifestyles we live today make our bodies very easily prone to developing gut imbalances like constipation. However, food, when taken at the right time and in the right combination, can help you manage your condition in a much better, stress free manner.
Do you know what excess screen time can do to you? Puffy eyes and swollen under eyes, dark circles, red eyes, dry eye and weakened level of the eye muscles, insomnia, stress, anxiety, are only a few downsides of excess screen time. However, now that we’re all home and have to work on the laptop and on the phone even more, what can we do, what can we eat to maintain eye health? Let’s take a look at the nutrients that you should be sure to have every day to keep your eyes functioning well.
We cannot control all pollutants and toxins in our environment but we can definitely make strategic dietary and lifestyle shifts to counter their effects by assisting the liver’s detoxification pathways. To lessen the toxic load, liver detox is an excellent idea. Whether you call it a liver detox or cleanse, helping this vital organ is important, especially in the case of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD).
An upset gut is like clogged arteries – unless and until you clean it, you can’t resume the free-flow of blood, nutrients, and oxygen. So in order to make the body function to its optimum, we have to cleanse the gut first.
Food photo created by freepik - www.freepik.com When it comes to eating healthy, you know what your daily diet should look like. But do you know what your [...]
Food photo created by BalashMirzabey - www.freepik.com As COVID -19 pandemic continues, more and more people around the world are looking for ways to boost the immune system. [...]