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Aloe Vera can be found in almost all Indian homes. Aloe Vera gels, juice and pastes are very popular for hair and skin health. However, there are other advantages to aloe vera too. In this infographic, we discuss the 8...
Be it Diwali, Eid, Christmas or even birthday or anniversary celebrations, Indian merriments are incomplete without sweets and our all-time favorites have been laddoos. However, with growing age, conditions like diabetes, blood pressure and weak stomach put a restriction...
Ancient sages created the ritual of flying kites during Makar Sankranti where kids would get excited to go in the open, under direct sunlight and play throughout the day starting from early morning. And their mothers feed them homemade...
Bitter-gourd (Karela) Bitter-gourd or karela helps in making your insulin active. Mostly in Type 2 diabetics, insulin takes a dormant state and does not help in converting sugar into energy. Karela/bittergourd can help do that. The best way to consume...
Tulsi and Ginger A simple cup of tea with a dash of tulsi and ginger is one of the best foods to have this winter. This concoction instantly warms you up and gives you the much-needed comfort in winter.  Tulsi...
Apple “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” the saying goes. The red, rosy apple is indeed a very nutritious fruit. Apple is rich in antioxidants and flavonoids that help in reducing the risks of heart attack, colon cancer,...
Diabetes occurs when our body is unable to transport sugar from blood to cells and convert it into energy. Consistent high sugar levels prove to be dangerous for our body organs. According to a report, 69.2 million Indian adult population has...
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