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Superfoods for Healthy Hair: What your Hair Needs Daily?
30 May 2018

Food for hair growth is one of the best natural remedies to improve the quality and health of hair. Nutrition plays an important role in maintaining our overall health and hair is not an exception. Hair follicles from which a healthy hair grows absorbs the nutrients directly from the blood stream. Intake of unhealthy food actually results in hair problems such as dandruff, hair fall, premature greying and others. On the other hand, consumption of healthy diet especially the one that contains food for healthy hair can act as the best remedy for hair issues. This article lists down some of the best foods for healthy hair and what to eat for faster hair growth.

6 Reasons Obesity is Seriously Fatal to Health
30 May 2018

Obesity is now a disease! A few decades ago it was considered that being obese or overweight is just a symptom of excessive body fat or it is a state of body. However, its connection to several chronic mental as well as physical illnesses, increased risk of mortality, and need for interventions for treatment makes it a serious disease itself. Obesity is a global problem. Most developed countries have been dealing with this issue for a long time. However, today in countries like India where malnutrition has always been a concern, almost 50 % of urban population is obese. According to some latest reports, India ranks among the top 5 countries with highest number of obese people.

5 Sugar Substitutes You Can Consume as Natural Sweetener
30 May 2018

Sugar substitutes are the natural sweeteners that give a sweet taste to food just like sugar but have a lower glycemic index. We consume sugar either as naturally occurring sugar from fruits, vegetables, honey and other natural materials or it can be taken as the one added to foods during processing known as added sugar. According to the health experts women should consume about 6 teaspoons (25 grams) of added sugar while men can consume about 9 teaspoons (38 grams) per day. However with increase in consumption of unhealthy junk and sugary foods our sugar intake is much higher than the recommended limit. Our body needs some amount of glucose which is most commonly obtained through sucrose from daily diet for important physiological functions.




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