COLLAGEN BOOSTERS

Collagen is the largest protein bank in our body. It is found in bones, tendons, muscles and skin. It is the scaffolding that holds the body together. They have the tenacity of steel and the elasticity of rubber. Though to the layman collagen is associated mainly with youth and beauty. Read More

THE GOODNESS OF SWEET POTATOES

Sweet potatoes are a perfect healthier replacement for potatoes. They can be cooked in the similar way, into the similar dishes or even had on their own just as one would with potatoes. Yet they have more benefits than the regular potato for most people trying to lose weight, or searching for a “carb” replacement. Read More

THE GLUTEN CONTROVERSY

The gluten controversy has taken the world of the health industry by storm. It has harbored a thousand questions, created a market of variant grains while constructing a million opportunities for various gluten free products. Read More

VITAMIN A – THE MOISTURIZER WE ALL NEED

Vitamin A is the moisturizing vitamin for the mucus membranes of the eyes, nose, mouth, throat, rectum and vagina. Vitamin A deficient people are prone to suffer night blindness. Retinal which is part of the pigment that transforms the light signals to the brain by nerve impulses to interpret visual images. Read More

MIND OVER MATTER – BELIEVE AND ACHIEVE

I believe that reality is just a perspective; it really is mind over matter. What you believe, you can achieve. When I suffered from calcification of my shoulder and subacromial bursitis of rotator cuff I was told undoubtedly that I would require a surgery. Read More

SPICES FOR NUTRITION

Down the centuries, Indian spices have been known to have many a medicinal value. Infact sometimes spices were even a mode of payment, such was their value. In today’s cuisine we rarely realize the importance that they have in maintaining our health. Read More

FATIGUED, MENTAL STRESS, NO SLEEP?- HAVE GREENS

Did you know that it’s the greens more than any other food that plays a huge part in your mental well-being? All the green leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, coriander, lettuce not only contain vitamins and iron but also act as a catalyst to absorb proteins and carbs and thereby activating the amino acid tryptophan. Read More

SLEEP AND INSOMNIA

“If I was a bear I would enjoy my sleep in hibernation and was I an owl, then my insomnia in night’s wakefulness.” A lot of us must have compared their sleep patterns or insomnia levels with these animals. Unfortunately, we humans can’t choose to be either. Read More