Are you also the one who does regular workouts and then suddenly stops it? Let us face the truth – yes, it is true with almost everybody around because exercising regularly is a bit of a difficult task. Most people never enter a gym, nor do they become so obsessed with running marathons. And even those who end up going for exercise at some point in their lives – suddenly stop it due to laziness or any injury or maybe any other circumstances.Continue reading
What are Locally Grown Foods? How are they beneficial for your health?
What are the things without which you can’t live? Air, water, and food of course. Food is among the vital things required by us daily. Food obtained from plants, nature, and animals furnish us with enormous energy and nutrients to accomplish the overall daily nourishment needs. But today, foods furnished with pesticides and chemicals are ruling our diets and stomach.Continue reading
If you are fond of growing plants in your backyard, then here is something interesting for you! Small green plants in the ambiance of your home give you an ecstatic appeal that makes you feel close to nature and loved by nature. Growing fruit, flowers, and vegetables bearing plants in your balcony, yard, or garden allow you to dive into the arms of nature. But today, we observe that many buildings and apartments do not hold a place for such natural appeal and don’t allow you to create a creative art of gardening. A hydroponics growing system can be a perfect solution for this. Want to know how? Stay tuned to learn more about the Hydroponics growing system.Continue reading
Humans need to consume food to help their body grow and retain its health. We get food from plants and animals in the form of fruits, vegetables, cereals, pulses, grains, and meat. Daily consumption of food ensures significant nourishment, metabolism, and energy supply to the body.
One such essential compound needed by the human body is Phytoestrogen. Phytoestrogens are natural compounds present in plants and can be supplied to the human body through plant-originated food. Phytoestrogen originated from the Greek word where “Phyto” means Plant, and Estrogen is a hormone found in the human body.Continue reading
We often hear about gardening and cultivation techniques, that are not a healthy practice and make us vulnerable to diseases. The use of artificially synthesized fertilizers, pesticides, or other Genetically Modified Organisms commonly known as GMOs, fall under the category of these unhealthy techniques. The food items produced following these techniques are contemplated to be unsafe and are categorized as Inorganic Food. Besides, Organic Foods are the ones that are produced by not using any of these artificially processed synthesizers. Some of the organic food items are processed foods, fresh products, meat, and dairy. Drinks and frozen meals are also some Organic Food examples.Continue reading
Microorganisms are an inseparable part of our lives. There’s always a misunderstanding that microbes are harmful organisms that affect our health. However, it’s just partially true. Our body contains billions of microorganisms in the form of bacteria, viruses, etc., half of which are harmful to us while the other half can fight the hazardous microorganisms.
Our entire body is filled with millions and trillions of microbes, but more than 70% of them lie in our gut. Studies have proven that the microbes in our clean gut contribute significantly to our healthy immune system and ensure the supply of essential nutrients.
Hold on! I know what you’re thinking – “There’s a good time and a bad time to workout?” “Isn’t it already enough that I am working out?”
Well, the science behind exercise says that THERE IS a good time to workout. And since you already are working out, wouldn’t you want to actually reap all its benefits? Yes, you do! Today, let’s understand why choosing the right time to workout will take you one more step closer to your goals.
Any machine that works continuously is bound to heat up a lot, get over worked, under perform after a while until it finally wears out. And the human body is the most complex machine that was ever made. Your body does a lot all through the day, just to get you around and get your work done. If not rested well, the first symptoms that pop up are tiredness and fatigue, eventually leading to illness. Imagine the kind of ‘stress’ your exercise puts your entire body under. Hence, rest and recovery after your workouts are paramount not just to function normally but also to give time to the workout to show results. Today, let us understand what is ‘REST AND RECOVERY PERIOD’, and how & why we must do it.
We’re mostly unhealthy, lacking one thing or another from our body. Why? Well, it is a known fact that the food that we eat today is compromised. Either it lacks nutrients or it is mostly grown in an inorganic way. Let’s not blame just what we eat. How we eat, is also the culprit here. Given our current lifestyle, our concentration on food, it’s preparation and eating is becoming lesser by the day. Hence today, we lack nutrients from our bodies more than ever. Fast food, easy-to-cook, ready-made, home-delivered… all these options have made our eating easier but they have also snatched away all our essentials. This has led to numerous health problems and complications. Today, let’s understand how to tackle this problem by increasing our Vitamin intake. We will also see how these essential vitamins help us stay healthy and problem free.
Let’s talk about the one thing almost everyone is obsessed with – HAIR! With a full industry thriving on treatments, procedures and external applications to treat hair fall, it is high time we realized that it is what we put in the hair that matters more than what we put on the hair. Today, let’s understand and tackle one of the most common problems, hair fall, and understand how our everyday life, diet and the lack of it affect our overall hair health.