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How to Use Lavender for Health

How to Use Lavender for Health

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Lavender has one of the most distinct and sensual scents in...

Healthy Party Snack Recipe: Mexican Fajita

Healthy Party Snack Recipe: Mexican Fajita

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Are you throwing a party for a bunch of health conscious...

15 High Fibre Foods to Health You Up

15 High Fibre Foods to Health You Up

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You all know that fibre is a healthy nutrient you must add...

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DIY Makeup Removers

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Social Media Addiction: Could You Be Suffering From Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO)?

By  posted Sep 24th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Social media has gone from being a part of our life to being an elaborate canvas of all our lives. Our own mind has become too small a place to record thoughts and memories so we rely on social media to do this for us through status messages, photo uploads and check-ins. But it’s not just recording our life; it’s also about keeping a check on everyone else’s lives too.  View Slideshow »

19 Amazing Household Uses of Vinegar

By  posted Sep 24th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

We tend to stick vinegar at the back of the fridge and only use it on rare occasions. But you will be astonished by the number of ways you can use vinegar for cooking, cleaning and other purposes. Check out some of the ways that you can use vinegar in your daily life.  View Slideshow »

The Link between Menopause and Insomnia

By  posted Sep 23rd 2014 | IN Buzz
The Link between Menopause and Insomnia

Studies have shown that over 60 percent of menopausal women have difficulty sleeping. Here are the causes, symptoms, preventive measures and treatments for insomnia during menopause.   Continue Reading »

Healthy Diabetic Smoothie Recipe: Papaya Orange Smoothie

By  posted Sep 23rd 2014 | IN Recipes
Healthy Diabetic Smoothie Recipe: Papaya Orange Smoothie

Loaded with nutrients, papayas are one of the healthiest fruits to pick. Its benefits range from lowering your cholesterol, curing colon, aiding morning sickness and more. Blend it together with a citrus fruit like oranges and you have a power packed smoothie by your side. This papaya and orange smoothie is also low on sugar making it a perfect diabetic friendly smoothie.   Continue Reading »

Home Remedies for Glowing Skin

By  posted Sep 23rd 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Home Remedies for Glowing Skin

Natural remedies have been used for ages in skin care rituals. Eating fresh fruits and vegetables is an excellent way to promote internal health, but did you know that some kitchen ingredients can work wonders for skincare while being natural and cost effective? Today, with expert inputs from Dermatologist Dr Meghna Gupta of Delhi Skin Centre, let's get back to our roots and understand a few quick home remedies for glowing skin.   Continue Reading »

Why You Need to Stop Binge-Watching TV Shows

By  posted Sep 23rd 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Why You Need to Stop Binge-Watching TV Shows

Who hasn't spent entire weekends watching F.R.I.E.N.D.S or Breaking Bad marathons? The internet today allows access to entire season downloads or streaming of your favourite television shows. Easy availability means more time spend sitting or lying down; in addition to the hours we spend sleeping, travelling and even at work. Uninterrupted viewing of the television for long hours can have surprisingly hazardous effects on your mind and body.   Continue Reading »

Can Music Boost Your Workout Performance?

By  posted Sep 23rd 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Can Music Boost Your Workout Performance?

Competitive runners believe that music reduces your speed and look down on sprinters who plug their ears. However, for the leisure joggers and runners out there, music provides the necessary boost of motivation. Running to match a beat or skipping to a tune does prompt some of us to up the tempo and gain maximum workout results. Let's take a look at what experts have to say...   Continue Reading »

Best Foods for Anaemic Women

By  posted Sep 23rd 2014 | IN Healthy Living

According to the WHO, a majority of the 1.62 billion people affected by anaemia are women and young children. The most common cause for anaemia is iron deficiency due to a poor diet. A haemoglobin count of anything less than 6 mg indicates anaemia. Anaemia can affect anyone, yet women are more likely to suffer from the condition.  View Slideshow »

The Ultimate Nutrition Plan for Marathon Runners

By  posted Sep 23rd 2014 | IN Diet & Fitness

Marathon running is an intense physical activity that requires endurance, speed, agility, high energy levels, power and speed. Mental alertness is ubiquitous in this particular sport. A well balanced diet, rest and right nutrition are a requisite for one to be an ace runner.  View Slideshow »

5 Natural Antidepressants that are Better than Popping Pills

By  posted Sep 22nd 2014 | IN Buzz
5 Natural Antidepressants that are Better than Popping Pills

Antidepressant pills are known to change the brain chemistry. Once consumed, they can influence positive mood by increasing serotonin (feel-good chemical) levels in the brain. What if you opt for other remedies that help increase this serotonin levels naturally? Before you go around popping antidepressant pills, try these natural remedies.   Continue Reading »

 

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