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Monday, 4 August 2014

Garlic and Onion benefits

Adding raw or lightly cooked garlic and onions to your meals may help keep you healthy this monsoon. Both foods appear to possess antiviral and antibacterial properties and are believed to boost immunity.


Cranberry Juice a Natural Antioxidant

Cranberries are at the top of the healthy food list due to their high nutrient and antioxidant content.

The possible health benefits of consuming cranberries include lowered risk of urinary tract infections, prevention of certain types of cancer, improved immune function, decreased blood pressure and more.

Cranberry are best known for their role in preventing UTIs, especially for those with recurrent infections. The high level of proanthocyanidins (PACs) in cranberries helps reduce the adhesion of certain bacteria to the urinary tract walls, in turn fighting off infections.



Health Care tips for Rainy Season

Avoid getting your feet wet. In case you do end up walking into one of those puddles, immediately clean and dry them with a soft, dry towel. Dampness can lead to fungal infections and athlete’s foot.

These infections might affect your toes and nails and if you are diabetic, you will have to take special care of your feet. Keep your shoes, socks and raincoats clean and dry at all times.


Tongue Scraper for Bad Breath

To combat badbreath, consider investing in an inexpensive plastic or metal device to remove bacteria from your tongue. Some studies suggest that adding tongue scraping to your regimen may be slightly more effective at eliminating breath odor than just brushing your teeth.

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Saturday, 2 August 2014

Eating out During Monsoon!!!

Eating out, especially street food should be avoided. Snacks like chaat, sandwiches, fried items, golas, juices and kulfis are very tempting during monsoon. However, they may contain bacteria which cause indigestion and food poisoning.



Friday, 1 August 2014

Have a Balanced Diet in Monsoon

As digestion during monsoon is slow, eat moderately and only when hungry. Eating when you are not hungry can lead to indigestion.

Vegetables such as bitter gourd, bitter herb like neem and haldi (turmeric) are rich in antioxidants and the medicinal properties in them can help in preventing infections.

Make it a point to have fruits like cherries, bananas, apples, pomegranates, plums, litchis, pears and vegetables like carrots, radish and fenugreek a part of your regular diet. Spices such as pepper, asafoetida (hing), turmeric and coriander improves immunity and at the same time helps in digestion.



Special Care for Kids In Monsoon

Care for kids
Children love the rain and infections love children. Kids take maximum advantage of the evening showers on the way back from school. Hence, a hot water bath with a good dash of antiseptic is recommended. Avoid junk food which could lead to infections and repeated visits to the doctor. Homemade soups and stews will give them the required nutrition.

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