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  • Is Caffeine Good or Bad?

    Many of us, follow the morning ritual of getting that cup of coffee/ tea religiously. And when someone tells you otherwise, we say that, I can’t work without my morning fix.  The FDA states that 80% of adults take caffeine in the form of coffees, teas, sodas or perhaps energy drinks. Dr. Stephen Juraschek, states that although caffeine can give a temporary boost to your body, the impact of the caffeine depends on the source and quantity.

  • Vitamin K

    Vitamin K is crucial in the body for its part in blood clotting and prevention of prolonged bleeding. It is a fat-soluble vitamin and is a group of two compounds. Vitamin K1- phylloquinone, which is the main type of Vitamin K usually is found in plant sources, and vitamin K2 menaquinone, some of which is produced naturally in the intestine,

  • The Dangers of Going Gluten Free When You Don?t Need To

    Some health gurus and fitness freaks are increasingly on the anti-gluten warpath. Usually gluten free foods were found in health food stores if they were stocked at all. But these days our supermarkets contain food products that carry a ‘gluten- free’ label. But is gluten really all that bad for us?

  • A Pinch of Himalayan Pink Salt

    Himalayan pink salt is said to be a pure, natural and healthy salt. This salt has been around for millions of years and stayed in a pristine environment thereby retaining certain minerals

  • Common nutrient deficiencies

    It is important to know the different types of deficiencies and their symptoms, so you can be aware and get yourself checked and receive proper treatment.

  • Family And The Fight Against Diabetes

    The fight against diabetes and other lifestyle diseases is an ongoing one. The theme of the International Diabetes Federation this year could not be more apt- Diabetes: Protect Your Family.

  • Why Potassium helps to lower blood pressure

    A diet that contains a good amount of potassium helps to negate the negative effects of excess sodium.

  • 6 Health Benefits of Lentils

    Lentils are a staple in an Indian diet. Let us look at their health benefits.

  • 6 Reasons You Are Always Hungry!

    It’s been just 2 hours since your last meal and you feel restless and hungry. There are several reasons why you could be feeling this way.

  • Eating Healthy During Periods

    While having a period may not be the easiest thing to deal with; by feeding your body with the right foods, they can give you more energy and can help you feel better at this time.

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