If you’re replacing white sugar with jaggery, then you’ll get in a few extra nutrients. In this way, it is a healthier choice.However, instead of relying on your sweetener of choice as a source of nutrients you should aim to get nutrients from the foods you eat.At the end of the day, jaggery is still sugar and should only be used very sparingly.
Almond milk is a tasty, nutritious milk alternative that has many important health benefits.It is low in calories and sugar and high in calcium, vitamin E and vitamin D.Additionally, it is suitable for people with lactose intolerance, a dairy allergy or kidney disease, as well as those who are vegan or avoiding dairy for any other reason.You can use almond milk in any way that you would use regular dairy milk. Try adding it to cereal or coffee, mixing it into smoothies and using it in recipes or ice cream, soups or sauces.
Bananas are a popular fruit that happens to provide numerous health benefits.Among other things, they may boost digestive and heart health due to their fiber and antioxidant content.They may even aid weight loss, as they’re relatively low-calorie and nutrient-dense.Ripe bananas are a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth. What’s more, both yellow and green bananas can keep you healthy and feeling full.
Eating too much added sugar can have many negative health effects.An excess of sweetened foods and beverages can lead to weight gain, blood sugar problems and an increased risk of heart disease, among other dangerous conditions.For these reasons, added sugar should be kept to a minimum whenever possible, which is easy when you follow a healthy diet based on whole foods.
There is considerable evidence that cocoa can provide powerful health benefits, being especially protective against heart disease.Of course, this doesn’t mean you should go all out and consume lots of chocolate every day. It is still loaded with calories and easy to overeat. If you want the benefits of cocoa without the calories inchocolate, consider making a hot cocoa without any cream or sugar. Dark chocolates typicallycontain some sugar, but the amounts are usually small and the darker the chocolate, the less sugar it will contain.Chocolate is one of the few foods that taste awesome while providing significant health benefits.
Indigestion, bloating, acid reflux, diarrhea, or constipation? Ayurveda says your kitchen has the answer.In Ayurveda, agni (fire) is viewed as the source of life. It’s literally the gatekeeper of good health and a metaphor for all metabolic functions in the body. Everything you eat is looked upon as an offering to agni — and what’s a more potent, direct offering than food?What you eat can nourish and strengthen this fire, boosting your digestive system — or it can smother it, leading to an impaired, weakened, or imbalanced agni.
Although stress and anxiety may arise in your workplace and personal life, there are many simple ways to reduce the pressure you feel.This episode includes tips often involve getting your mind away from the source of stress.Exercise, mindfulness, music and physical intimacy can all work to relieve anxiety — and they will improve your overall work-life balance as well.
The health effects of coffee are controversial.Despite what you may have heard, there are plenty of good things to be said about coffee.It’s high in antioxidants and linked to a reduced risk of many diseases.However, it also contains caffeine, a stimulant that can cause problems in some people and disrupt sleep.This episode takes a detailed look at coffee and its health effects, looking at both the positives and negatives.
This episode tells that Sodium is an essential nutrient that your body needs for many important functions.Health authorities recommend between 1.5 and 2.3 grams of sodium per day. Yet, increasing evidence suggests that these guidelines may be too low.People with high blood pressure should not exceed 7 grams per day, but if you’re healthy, the amount of salt you’re currently consuming is likely safe.
Research shows lemon water has many potential health benefits. Aside from those, adding lemon to your water may help you drink more throughout the day and keep you hydrated. Staying hydrated is critical to good health, so lemon water is pretty much a win-win.This episode specifies seven ways your body may benefit from lemon water.
This episode tells you that winters make all of us a little lazy and vulnerable to diseases. Exposure to the cold temperatures suppresses the immune system and slows down our metabolism. The greatest challenge in this season is to keep oneself active and healthy. The objectives that can only be achieved by practising healthy eating and healthy lifestyle habits.
For thousands of years, garlic was believed to have medicinal properties.Science has now confirmed it.Garlic is delicious and easy to add to your diet. You can use it in savory dishes, soups, sauces, dressings and more. This episode includes more health benefits & nutritional value of garlic.
Talking to yourself is a good thing.Self-talk is your internal dialogue. It’s influenced by your subconscious mind, and it reveals your thoughts, beliefs, questions, and ideas.Positive self-talk can help you improve your outlook on life. It can also have lasting positive health benefits, including improved well-being and a better quality of life. However, self-talk is a habit made over a lifetime. This episode helps you to know how to talk with self effectively.
The tomato is a fruit from the nightshade family native to South America.Tomatoes are juicy and sweet, full of antioxidants, and may help fight several diseases. They are especially high in lycopene, a plant compound linked to improved heart health, cancer prevention, and protection against sunburns.Tomatoes can be a valuable part of a healthy diet.
Some say the eyes are the window to the soul. But if you really want to know someone’s about, check their smile. A welcoming show of pearly whites makes a great first impression, while a tight-lipped smile or whiff of bad breath does the opposite.So, Take care of your teeth.This episode will help you to take care your teeth.
Yogurt has been consumed by humans for hundreds of years.It’s very nutritious, and eating it regularly may boost several aspects of your health.For example, yogurt has been found to reduce the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis, as well as aid in weight management.This episode suggestes that the best yogurts for your health contain few ingredients and no added sugar. Aim for a brand that contains probiotics.
Meditation is the habitual process of training your mind to focus and redirect your thoughts.The popularity of meditation is increasing as more people discover its many health benefits.You can use it to increase awareness of yourself and your surroundings. Many people think of it as a way to reduce stress and develop concentration.People also use the practice to develop other beneficial habits and feelings, such as a positive mood and outlook, self-discipline, healthy sleep patterns, and even increased pain tolerance.
Eggs are among the most nutritious foods on the planet.In fact, a whole egg contains all the nutrients needed to turn a single cell into an entire chicken. However, eggs have gotten a bad reputation because the yolks are high in cholesterol. But cholesterol isn’t that simple. The more of it you eat, the less your body produces.For this reason, eating a few eggs won’t cause a high rise in cholesterol levels.This episode explains this process and discusses how many eggs you can safely eat per day.
As you settle into an active lifestyle, you’ll probably discover which foods give you the most energy and which have negative effects. The key is learning to listen to your body and balancing what feels right with what’s good for you.Aim to make breakfast a part of your routine.Choose complex carbohydrates, lean protein sources, healthy fats, and a wide variety of fruits and veggies.Stock your fridge and gym bag with healthy workout snacks.The right balance of carbohydrates, protein, and other nutrients can help fuel your exercise routine.
Vitamin D is commonly known as the “sunshine vitamin.” That’s because your skin makes vitamin D when it is exposed to sunlight.Getting enough vitamin D is important for optimal health. It helps maintain strong and healthy bones, aids your immune system and may help protect against many harmful conditions.
Oranges are among the world’s most popular fruits, as they’re both tasty and nutritious.They are a good source of vitamin C, as well as several other vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.For this reason, they may lower your risk of heart disease and kidney stones.Put simply, this bright citrus fruit is an excellent addition to a healthy diet.
Apples contain several compounds that may help prevent cancer formation, including antioxidants and flavonoids.Apples are incredibly good for you, and eating them is linked to a lower risk of many major diseases, including diabetes and cancer. What’s more, its soluble fiber content may promote weight loss and gut health. A medium apple equals 1.5 cups of fruit — which is 3/4 of the 2-cup daily recommendation for fruit.
This episode includes intake of protein on daily basis.Proteins are the main building blocks of your body. They’re used to make muscles, tendons, organs, and skin, as well as enzymes, hormones, neurotransmitters, and various molecules that serve many important functions.Proteins consist of smaller molecules called amino acids, which link together like beads on a string.
Walking can offer numerous health benefits to people of all ages and fitness levels. It may also help prevent certain diseases and even prolong your life.Walking is free to do and easy to fit into your daily routine. All you need to start walking is a sturdy pair of walking shoes.This episode include some of the benefits of walking.
The human body comprises around 60% water.It’s commonly recommended that you drink eight 8-ounce (237-ml) glasses of waterper day.Although there’s little science behind this specific rule, staying hydrated is important.This episode includes 7 evidence-based health benefits of drinking plenty of water.
Diabetes is a disease in which there are high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period due to either the pancreas not producing enough insulin or the cells of the body not responding properly to the insulin produced. Symptoms of high blood sugar include frequent urination, increased thirst, and increased hunger.
Iatrogenic disease is the result of diagnostic and. therapeutic procedures undertaken on a patient. With the multitude of drugs prescribed to a single patient adverse drug reactions are bound to occur. The Physician should take suitable steps to detect and manage them.
Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB). Tuberculosis generally affects the lungs, but can also affect other parts of the body. Most infections do not have symptoms, in which case it is known as latent tuberculosis.