Cinnamon is a spice used all over the world. It is obtained from the bark of the cinnamon tree and is added to rice and meat-based dishes. It also finds its way into certain sweets, desserts and pastries.
Can foods and spices, in particular, be effective in treating health conditions?
Certain studies have shown that cinnamon helps increase insulin sensitivity and increases lipid metabolism.Read More
Psoriasis is an autoimmune condition where the body’s T cells attack its own skin cells. This causes scaling of skin because of the rapid build-up of the skin cells at the surface. Typically, skin cells are produced deep inside the layers of skin and slowly rise up to the skin surfaceRead More
A strong immunity plays a key role in the prevention and recovery of Covid. It is of utmost importance to build immunity and to prevent re-infection during these challenging times. Following the guidelines below can help to build immunity as a precautionary measure against Covid and also help in a speedy recovery post contracting a Covid infectionRead More
The sudden onset of the recent pandemic has changed everyone’s lifestyle in an unprecedented way. These changes in lifestyle weren’t limited only to work. With several lockdowns in place, it also affected in every dimension of life. (1) Studies show that, the change in the daily grind has led to an increase in anxiety and stress levels.Read More
Heart burn is one of the most common issues in recent times and is frequently mistaken to be a heart attack by many. Heart burn is usually the pain or burn that occurs when the acid in stomach flows back to esophagus. It can get worse after eating few foods or lying down. Most people also have pressure on their throat because of acid reflux.
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?Read More
PMS or Premenstrual Syndrome usually happens within one to two weeks before a woman gets her period. This could lead to mood swings, headaches, tiredness, body pain, feelings of anger or irritability, bloating, certain food cravings and depression. Fitness and a healthy diet may make significant differences in PMS symptoms.Read More
Know why is added sugar bad for you.Read More
Loss of appetite can be caused by various conditions. However, it becomes normal once the underlying condition is treated.Read More
Loose stools can be extremely uncomfortable. However, addressing the concern at early stages can help in improving digestive health and prevent it from becoming chronic.Read More