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This season goes an extra mile to keep diseases away from you. To drench in health; not in ailments, here are some health tips for the rainy season.

Stay hydrated: Usually, people tend to drink less water during rainy days as they don’t feel thirsty. However, your body needs the optimum intake of water, irrespective of the season. It’s imperative to drink lots of purified water to curtail the risk of stomach-related ailments. You can also swipe your morning cup of tea with herbal teas like ginger tea, chamomile tea, etc.; which act as good immunity boosters. Soups are also good for monsoon.

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Don’t walk in dirty water: For your health and wellness, stay away from walking in dirty puddles which can be riffed with germs and thus, can lead to fungal infections. If your feet get wet, change your socks and shoes immediately. You can use a hair dryer, if necessary. Fungi and bacteria thrive in a damp environment created by wet shoes.

.Avoid leafy vegetables: During monsoon, bacterial infections are high in leafy vegetables like spinach, cabbage. Unless you are sure that you have clearly washed vegetables, it is better to avoid them. You can also boil green leafy vegetables in salt water to get rid of toxins.

Curtail intake of dairy products: As dairy products like paneer, milk, etc.; get easily contaminated, it is recommended to curtail their intake during rainy season. Please note, limiting dairy products intake doesn’t mean depriving yourself of necessary protein. You can have high-quality dairy products in moderate quantity.

Practice good hygiene: During monsoon, outdoors become the apt breeding ground for bacteria. Take a bath when you reach home to safeguard yourself from infections. Also, wash your feet and hands with a good antiseptic soap when you come back indoors.

Since ages, Indian spices are known for their enchanting taste and aroma. There’s something about these spices, which can amp up the taste of any delicacy along with adding the goodness of nature, and a plethora of health benefits to your meal. Hing or asafoetida is a popular Indian spice used in many Indian cuisines. In fact, the unique flavour of this spice happens to be an inseparable part of several delicacies.

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Hing or asafoetida is great for treating stomach ailments, helps in menstruation, works as a great antidepressant to name a few. Well, even though it is beneficial in so many health issues, the question arises that is it really safe to consume hing during pregnancy? Read on to know more about it !

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    John Doe

    October 03, 2018 at 2:21pm

    It entirely depends on the pregnant woman in question. If she is allergic to hing, she must avoid it. The pungent and strong aroma of this spice can cause several issues, especially during pregnancy and this is the reason why it is considered to be not so safe for the expecting mother and the baby in some cases. Too much addition of this spice can lead to a feeling of nausea and can also lead to vomiting as women tend to become more sensitive about smells particularly in early months. In case of being allergic to it, it can lead to swollen lips, burping, gas forming, throat infection, diarrhoea. It also interferes with blood pressure in some cases.

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    John Doe

    October 03, 2018 at 2:21pm

    Breakfast is considered the most essential meal of the day as it provides us with the most needed energy in the morning, but again “what to eat” and “what not to eat” remains a pivotal question in deciding our health. Of late, fitness enthusiasts have been trying several ways to stay fit and healthy and one such fitness fad is eating apples and peanut butter together for breakfast, but is it really good for health. Let’s find out !

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      John Doe

      October 03, 2018 at 2:21pm

      This apple-peanut butter based delight has approximately around 283 calories, with around 8gms of protein, 16 gms of fat and 7 gms of fiber, which has all the nutrition you need to kickstart your day.

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        John Doe

        October 03, 2018 at 2:21pm

        However, the desire to lose weight and work towards it are two different things. Ironically, most people want to lose weight, but the mere thought of all that exertion often leads to procrastinating the idea of working towards losing weight. No wonder as they say- “no pain, no gain”.

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          John Doe

          October 03, 2018 at 2:21pm

          Traditionally, in South India kudampuli was used to add a tangy flavour to the pickles and curries. The extracts of kudampuli have ample amount of phytochemical, which blocks the production of fat in the body. The rind of this fruit was majorly used for making foods and drinks, but with its increasing popularity, it has turned out to be the main ingredient in most weight loss meal solutions.

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    John Doe

    October 03, 2018 at 2:21pm

    Yes, the human brain is no less than master governing a life of an individual like a puppet and is certainly the most complex thing, which changes every second and every minute. Right from complex thoughts to ever changing perceptions, beliefs, needs and wants. Undeniably, understanding every action and reaction of the brain has also been a matter of concern for experts since ages!

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