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Cinnamon and honey as a cure for many diseases & health problems
A mix of honey and cinnamon is found to cure or avoid most diseases. Honey is produced in most countries of the world. Honey consumption in moderation has no side effects which is a huge plus in the current ‘drug-world’. Additionally, inspite of its ‘sweetness’, it acts as a medicine even for diabetic patients when taken in the correct dosage. Honey and cinnamon powder taken in equal parts...Read More
Chronic Fatigue - Causes & Solutions
Chronic fatigue in the current ages is not due to overwork, but rather due to a scattering of our efforts in different, often conflicting directions. In the current era, ‘focus’ is dramatically lacking and people are easily influenced trying to take on multiple tasks in haste rather than complete one task efficiently. Success and achievements are measured by numbers rather than excellence....Read More
Can Nutrition prevent and cure illness?
The new question that’s gaining momentum all over the ‘health-starved’ world is “Can Nutrition cure?”
What is nutrition? Is it not the same as food? No! Junk food is not nutritious! Food is the combination of nutrition and waste. Nutrition is that which is absorbed by the body for utilization to build and sustain the body and waste is excreted to prevent buildup of toxins in the body....Read More
Food as medicine
Good nutrition and what you put into your body is the foundation for good health. “Food is Medicine” is a term which was originally coined by Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine. It was his belief that eating wholesome food is the basis for good health. Hippocrates said almost 2500 years ago “Leave your drugs in the chemist's pot if you can heal the patient with...Read More
8 Super Fruits you need now!
Eating fruit provides health benefits people who eat more fruits and vegetables as part of an overall healthy diet are likely to have a reduced risk of some chronic diseases. Fruits provide nutrients vital for health and maintenance of your body.
Kiwis are tiny but mighty! It is a good source of potassium, magnesium, Vitamin E & fibre. Its Vitamin C content is...Read More