A storehouse of articles pertaining to diet and nutrition
A glowing skin and a lustrous hair are valuable assets which define our personality and can get easily transformed into a fashion statement. Dry and itchy skin or a … Continue reading
Written by Panchali Moitra, Published in B Positive magazine Arthritis is a rheumatic disease that can be really difficult to live with, as the pain is so unbearable, … Continue reading
By Panchali Moitra Read the complete article written by Panchali Moitra in magazine ‘Woman’s era, January Second 2011. An old adage that has been said and heard for many … Continue reading
The name ‘Atkins’ is sure to sound familiar to all weight loss seekers. While the advocates of the diet claim instant success, the opponents are concerned about the health consequences. So is Atkins the way to go or not? Let’s find out.
Eating right and having a well balanced diet is always important but it attains utmost importance during exams. The nutrients which help in combating stress and improving your child’s memory and alertness during exams are listed here.
Eating right and having a well balanced diet is always important but it attains utmost importance during exams. You would be amazed to know how what you put on your child’s plates can not only affect his alertness and memory but has also a profound effect on his moods, sleep patterns, concentration and ability to give his best during examination.
Let’s face it, a great skin is closely intertwined with our inner health and is not just a topical affair. Eyes may be the mirror of our soul but our skin is most definitely the reflection of our body chemistry-an aspect which can be optimally balanced through correct dietary choices and appropriate lifestyle modifications.
While some people may require medication to keep their blood pressure under control, most can lower it through changes in diet & life style. Losing weight, consuming specific vitamins and minerals through correct food choices and proper stress management helps to combat hypertension naturally.
Women with PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), are researched to be at a greater risk for heart diseases, obesity, diabetes and infertility.The article is an attempt to highlight the role of diet in PCOS and also to provide certain practical guidelines for proper meal planning.
We all aspire for a fabulous, flawless and fresh looking face!
And why shouldn’t we………..after all a glowing face and a radiant skin are not just the prerogative of models and actors but a privilege which each one of us should be able to enjoy.Agreed that a good skin is a culmination of many factors such as our genes, levels of hormones and our inherent body constitution-something we have no control over. Diet and lifestyle is however one area where we do have control. We just need time and inclination to exercise our control…