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Why Tea is Bad for your teeth
April 22, 2018

Why Tea is bad for your Teeth

Overview Can you imagine passing an entire day without your habitual dose of tea or coffee? Must be a nightmare in itself! However, you should at least reduce the intake of tea, be it any kind, because research has shown that our favourite daily drink – Tea – stains our teeth even more than the previously believed culprit- Coffee. Notably, in Britain, over 164 million cups of tea are consumed […]

Interesting facts about Mangoes
April 20, 2018

8 Interesting Facts about Mangoes

The summers are here and beneath the scorching heat of the sun, the humanity is looking for some motivation to keep going, both physically and psychologically. Well, as far as I can see, there’s only one aspect related with summers which might give you a push forward, and that is none other than- Mangoes! The ‘king of fruits’ was very popular even in the ancient times as there are a […]

Things you should know about your Liver
April 19, 2018

6 Things you should know about your Liver

Liver, the second largest organ in the human body, has been allotted a lot of tasks by nature. Even the slightest of obstacles in its functioning can lead to severe consequences. Open any nutrition or health oriented website/magazine, and you will be greeted with hundreds of articles on how to keep your heart healthy, as if the heart is the only organ required to keep your body running? As Buddhism […]

Dengue is a mosquito born disease
April 18, 2018

Dengue: Cause, Symptoms, Remedies

The summers are here in India, which will soon be followed by the monsoon. However, since weather is getting too unpredictable because of the ever-increasing global warming, we may never know how soon the showers may hit the nation. Although there are a lot of ‘romantic’ aspects associated with the monsoon season, it also wreaks havoc in the form of a number of diseases, especially dengue, which although easily curable, […]

Eat nuts to make your heart healthy
April 17, 2018

Nuts are your heart’s best friend!

Although Nuts have proven to be an all-round source of vitamins and minerals required by the body, recent studies have established the fact that Nuts (be it any kind), if taken regularly in required amounts, have done wonders for heart and its related ailments. Given below are the findings of a latest research (2018) published in the reputed BMJ: New Research Researchers accumulated Food Frequency Questionnaire responses and lifestyle information from […]

Omega 3 supplement
April 14, 2018

Is Omega-3 effective in treating Dry Eye Disease?

It is widely believed that Omega-3 fatty acids are very effective in treating the Dry Eye Syndrome. But still the question looms- are they really as beneficial as they are claimed to be, or are they just equivalent to another ‘placebo’? A recent study tries to answer this question; however, until we reach the conclusion, let us first take a look at what the syndrome is really all about? Dry […]

Iron Supplements may lead to colon cancer
April 13, 2018

5 Foods to treat Iron deficiency

As per the World Health Organization (WHO), around 31% of people on this planet are anemic, while more than 74% of people don’t have enough iron in their blood stream. In order to treat this lack of iron, patients turn to dietary supplements without knowing the risks they pose to our bodies. A recent study published in the journal Oncotarget, courtesy of Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, says that regular […]

extreme level of HDL cholestrol may lead to infections
April 12, 2018

HDL levels may also cause infections!

It is a common known fact that high blood levels of Low Density Lipoproteins (LDL; alias bad cholesterol) can increase the risk of a heart stroke manifold. However, according to a report published in the European Heart Journal, variations in the level of High Density Lipoproteins (HDL; alias good cholesterol) can increase the likelihood to develop various infections viz. Pneumonia and Gastroenteritis. A study conducted on over 1,00,000 subjects found that […]

Vitamin D deficiency, causes, cures
April 11, 2018

Vitamin D: Deficiency, Diseases, Symptoms, Cure

According to a survey, more than 1 Billion people across the globe have Vitamin D deficiency. Since Vitamin D is present only in a handful of foods and that too in very low quantities, low Vitamin D levels in blood is bound to happen. Hence, ‘early morning sunlight’ and other Vitamin D supplements are the only remedies for this ‘condition’. Since the symptoms caused by Vitamin D deficiency are quite […]

Zince Oxide in Canned Food may damage digestion
April 11, 2018

Zinc Oxide in Canned Foods may damge digestive system

Researchers have found that Zinc Oxide, which is utilized in the lining of most of the canned foods to fight microbial growth and prevent staining from sulfur-producing foods may, ironically, damage our digetsive tract. It was established that most of the canned foods contained around 100 times the daily permissible dietary allowance of zinc which may lead to chaos in how the digestive system works. “They tend to settle onto […]

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