1. Ginger
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How to Prepone Menstruation
02Feb2019 09:44pm

Ginger can be consumed in the form of tea or fresh ginger juice with some honey or just as raw ginger along with honey. Drink a cup of fresh ginger juice with water (2:1) every morning on an empty stomach for a few days before the regular date.​Ginger is thought to increase the heat around the uterus, thus promoting contraction.


1500+ Health Tips
Ragi Great for Bone Health

Ragi is good source of calcium and helps consolidating bones. It is defined as excellent source of nutrition for growing children and aging person. Consumption of ragi can help developing bones in growing children and maintaining the bone strength of adults. It is also instrumental in keeping ailments like osteoporosis away and can also cut down the risk of fracture.  Ragi is good for providing strength and cooling effect to your body in summer days.


Egg Yolk to treat Dandruff
11NOV2018 09:58PM

Mix egg yolk in a bowl; using a brush, apply the yolk to your dry scalp. Leave it undisturbed for an hour, later wash your hair with a mild shampoo. Wash it until the egg residue is completely removed from your tresses.


Health benefits of brinjal /eggplant
08NOV2018 10:29PM

Health benefits of brinjal

Lot of us do not like the taste of this vegetable but when cooked well it’s delicious to serve. Yes, I am talking about Brinjal that some of us remove often form our food. They are extremely high on nutrients. There are many health benefits of brinjal that are unknown.  We shall see few health benefits of brinjal as follows:

Brinjals helps weight loss

Brinjals are low in calories and are useful in weight loss plan. Brinjals are rich in fibre and eating a small serving can make us feel full and prevent from overeating.

Helps quitting tobacco

Another important benefit of brinjal is that it contains nicotine that helps in quitting tobacco.

Prevents heart disease

Thanks to a substance called chlorogenic acid that has cholesterol busting properties. With many nutrients and bioflavonoids they control hypertension and releases stress and thus preventing us from heart disease.


Foods rich with calcium
06NOV2018 10:18PM

Most abundant in milk and dairy products like yogurt, cheese … But also found in broccoli, spinach, Chinese cabbage and corn. Intake of sufficient amounts of vitamin D enhances calcium absorption by the body.


Benefits of Garlic. 05NOV2018 09:24PM
Lowers blood Pressure
Natural antibiotic
Relives headache
Keeps you warm throughout winters
Stimulates immune function
Kills harmful cancer cells
Kills Parasites & Fungus
Prevents Gangrene
Lowers blood sugar levels
Removes blood clots
Clears phlegm
Very effective for respiratory diseases
Repels insects & treats bites & stings


1500+ Health Tips
Clean your legs by using the items available in your home!
02NOV2018 11:52AM

Clean your legs by using the items available in your home. Take a tub fill it with warm water put some sea salt, half cut lime by squeezing the lime juice inside and then few drops of shampoo(any shampoo). Now place your leg inside the warm water till the water changes to room temperature.Now take your legs out and wipe it with the dry towel.Now you can feel that the skin is soft as well as clean.


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Include 10 servings of fruits and vegetables per day this new year
November 1/2018 11:28AM

Kick start your new year with a great start by incorporating a few simple, healthy habits, such as eating 10 servings of fruits and vegetables per day.

Fruits and vegetables are one of the few uncontroversial pillars of good health. Amid all the diet fads and trends, the healthful benefits of fresh produce have withstood the test of time.

Eating plenty of vegetables and fruits can help you ward off heart disease and stroke, control blood pressure, prevent some types of cancer, avoid a painful intestinal ailment called diverticulitis, and guard against cataract and macular degeneration, two common causes of vision loss,” according to Harvard’s Nutrition Source.

One serving is about 1/2 cup of most fruits and vegetables or 1 cup of leafy greens.

Try “filling half your plate with vegetables or fruit at each meal,” the Nutrition Source suggested. Also try incorporating dark, leafy greens into everything from soups and stir-fries to tacos or enchiladas.