INTERMITTENT FASTING

Health Benefits of Intermittent Fasting People are trying different modes of fasting for various purposes – mainly for weight loss and other associated benefits therefrom.  However intermittent fasting is catching attention of many people. In simple words intermittent fasting means eating nothing for larger period of time, i.e. abstaining from eating for maximum longer period. […]

Eat Walnuts and reduce Blood Pressure

Eating Walnuts for lowering Blood Pressure A new study suggests that eating walnuts might help people at risk of cardiovascular disease to lower their blood pressure — that is, if they consume them as part of a diet low in saturated fats. Can eating walnuts reduce cardiovascular risk? The scientists, at Pennsylvania State University in […]

VEGETARIAN DIET FOR HEALTHY LIFE

Benefits of being a vegetarian   People become vegetarians for a variety of reasons, including health, religious beliefs, the welfare of animals or the use of antibiotics and hormones in farm animals, or the desire to feed themselves to avoid overuse of animals. environmental resources. Some people are mostly vegetarian because they can not eat […]

HEALTH BENEFITS OF BANANAS

Bananas offer multiple health benefits Eating more bananas a week offers a variety of health benefits.Each banana has only about 105 calories . Bananas hold very little protein and almost no fat. Bananas may aid weight loss because they’re low in calories and high in nutrients and fiber. The banana is a very  commonly consumed […]

ANTI AGING FOODS

Foods helpful in combating aging process   Aging is the natural process. It happens with every animal including human being. It is very difficult to stop it but one can think of reducing the speed of aging with the help of some foods along with daily exercise. Most people want to look and feel young, […]

FOOD CAN HELP REDUCE DEPRESSION

FOOD AND MOOD RELATIONSHIP Research with data from observational studies has links. A study conducted in 2005 in the International Journal of Obesity revealed an association between obesity and depression and dietary factors. In 2011, another study found that women who consumed more foods rich in vitamin D had a lower risk of depression than […]

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