Salt is a crystalline material made up of two elements – sodium and chloride. Sodium and chloride are absolutely essential for life. The daily recommended amount is no more than 6 gms a day. Usually what we call salt may be sea salt, rock salt etc. They serve important functions like helping brain and nerves, … Continue reading “BEWARE OF COMMON SALT”

Prevent Coronary Heart Disease (CAD)

Coronary heart disease or ischemic heart disease is a group of disease which includes stable angina, unstable angina, myocardial infarction and sudden death. The mechanism involves reduction of blood flow and oxygen to the heart due to deposits of plaque in the artery (made up of fat, calcium, abnormal cells) known as Atherosclerosis.  Major Risk … Continue reading “Prevent Coronary Heart Disease (CAD)”

Micro Greens – Nutrient Packed Greens

Micro greens are the seedlings of vegetables and herbs. Once the seed of an herb or vegetable begins to grow, it is considered a sprout. Once the sprout begins to grow, the baby plant is considered a micro green. Sprouts and micro greens are not one and the same. Sprouts are usually grown in water … Continue reading “Micro Greens – Nutrient Packed Greens”

Prediabetes and Nature Cure Management

Prediabetes is a serious health condition which, however, offers a great opportunity to prevent type 2 diabetes or at least defer the disease of type 2 diabetes. Elevated sugar levels in the blood put you at risk of developing type 2 diabetes but you can take the steps to prevent it. This stage is a … Continue reading “Prediabetes and Nature Cure Management”

Asthma Bath

Bronchial asthma is a major burden affecting more than 300 million people globally. It is an immune inflammatory disorder characterized by air way hyper responsiveness associated with bronchospasm, edema of mucus membrane and airway obstruction. The symptoms are episodic or chronic wheezing, cough and feeling of tightness in the chest as a result of broncho-constriction. … Continue reading “Asthma Bath”


Reflexology is the application of appropriate pressure to specific points and areas on the feet, hands, or ears. Reflexologists believe that these areas and reflex points correspond to different body organs and systems, and that pressing them has a beneficial effect on the organs and person’s general health. Although reflexology is not used to diagnose … Continue reading “Reflexology”

Visceral Fat

Visceral fat technically means excess intra-abdominal adipose tissue accumulation. In other words, it is known as a “deep” fat that is stored further underneath the skin than “subcutaneous” belly fat. It is a form of gellike fat that is actually wrapped around major organs, including the liver, pancreas and kidneys. Visceral fat is especially dangerous … Continue reading “Visceral Fat”

Vitamin D – Sunshine Vitamin

Vitamin D called as Sunshine Vitamin is a nutrient, needed for overall health and strong bones. But as per the latest data, about 50-80% of adult Indians are vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin and hormone that is essential for maintaining normal calcium metabolism, muscle, cardiac and neurological functions and regulation … Continue reading “Vitamin D – Sunshine Vitamin”

Kokum (Garcinia Indic)

The kokum is native to the western coastal regions of southern India and is rarely seen beyond this area. Even in India it is used only in the regional cuisines of Gujarat, Maharashtra and several southern states where large glasses of kokum Guice) sherbet are downed during parched summer months. In this region the sweltering … Continue reading “Kokum (Garcinia Indic)”

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