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Amazing Apple Cider Vinegar

Benefits

  • Helps in weight loss
  • Improves digestion
  • Clears skin
  • Antibacterial and antifungal
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Helps in gout and other arthritis
  • Relives heartburn
  • Dissolves kidney stone
  • Detoxifies the body
  • Regulates pH balance in the body
  • Lowers glucose level in diabetes

Preparation

Natural apple cider vinegar is made from fresh organically grown apples. After passing through the natural fermentation process, a web-like substance called “mother” that becomes visible. It is good to opt for raw, unfiltered and unpasteurized apple cider vinegar for utmost benefits.

Dosage: 2 tablespoons, mixed in a glass of water one or two times a day. You can add honey into it for the tasteful drink.

 

Healthy Soup For Weight Loss

RECIPE

Healthy Soup For Weight Loss

Ready in 20 minutes

Serves 3 people

170 calories

 

Ingredients

  • 1 small piece  boneless chicken
  • Carrot
  • Zucchini
  • Baby corn
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Cauliflower
  • Black pepper
  • Green chilli
  • Toasted sesame oil
  • Mushroom
  • Basil

Preparation

  1. Chopped the vegetables above and put them into the pan and pour 300ml of water and put it on slow to medium flame. Boil chicken in the separate pan for 10 mins.
  2. Add crushed black pepper. Salt as per your taste and add one to two tablespoons of toasted sesame oil. You can use extra virgin olive oil also but this toasted sesame oil will add a unique aroma to your soup. Add separately boiled chicken stock into that pan and further boil it for 10 mins.
  3. Now soup is ready and it is very healthy. It helps to reduce weight and add fulfill your protein and vitamins requirement. It is also useful in a sore throat or congestion.

Warm Water Benefits: 5 Ways Drinking Warm Water Can Cure Your Body

Drinking warm water helps our body in many ways. As per Ayurvedic medicine, drinking warm water in the morning boosts our digestive system and reduces metabolic waste in our body. Whether it is skin or digestive system, warm water can help in many ways.

1. Drinking warm water in the morning on an empty stomach can improve bowel system and aid constipation in breaking down foods and helps smooth elimination. It cures constipation problem.

2. Drinking warm water reduces heartburn in your body.

3. Drinking warm water in the morning helps in reducing weight.

4. Drinking warm water in the morning improves blood circulation.

5. Drinking warm water in the morning on an empty stomach reduces pimples on the skin. It is also anti-aging.

Warm Water with Honey and Lemon Benefits

Drinking warm water in the morning with honey and lemon on an empty stomach increases the energy level of your body, it also reduces your body weight and controls blood sugar level.

Important minerals for the human body

Important minerals for the human body

 

1.Iron

Role: composition of hemoglobin and metabolism

Source: red meat, liver, shellfish, egg yolk, green vegetables, enriched grains, and lentils

 

2.Iodine

Role: synthesis of steroidal hormones

Source: sea salt, iodized table salt, fish, shellfish, algae

 

3.Zinc

Role: metabolism, antioxidant

Source: shellfish, fish, whole grains, nuts

 

4.Calcium:

Role: strong bones and teeth, nerve transmission, muscle function

Source: milk products, vegetables like broccoli, cabbage

 

5.Potassium

Role: helps the body in maintaining heart rhythm, build proteins, use carbohydrates, maintain pH

Source: beef, fish, chicken, cantaloupe, potatoes, tomatoes and beans.

 

6.Sodium

Role: helps the body in maintaining correct fluid levels in cells, support absorption of other nutrients,

Source: salt

 

7.Magnesium

Role: Supports muscle and nerve function, boosts immunity, regulates heart beating

Source: beans, nuts, whole grains, green vegetables

 

8.Phosphorous

Role: Builds strong bones and teeth, repairs cells, produces proteins

Source: dairy foods, whole grains, meat

 

9.Chloride

Role: balances fluids in the body, essential role in the production of digestive juices

 

10.Traces of minerals

Chromium, manganese, cobalt, copper, selenium, fluorine etc. are other minerals which body needs in small amounts but at the same time, these are also important for human body.

 

Vitamins and their importance in our body!

Vitamins and their importance in our body:

Vitamins are essential nutrients because they perform hundreds of roles in the body.  Eating a healthy diet remains the best way to get sufficient amounts of the vitamins we need.

Vitamins cannot be synthesized by mammalian cells and, therefore, must be supplied in the diet in small quantities.

Vitamins are divided into two groups of water-soluble(vitamin B complex & C) and fat-soluble(Vitamin A, D, E & K).

Fat-soluble vitamins:

1.Vitamin A

Role: helps in the formation and maintenance of healthy skin, hair, and mucous membranes; aids in the ability to see in the dim light(night vision), essential for proper bone growth, tooth development, and reproduction.

Source: deep yellow/orange and green vegetables and fruits(carrots, broccoli, spinach, sweet potatoes etc..), milk, cheese

2.Vitamin D

Role: helps in the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth, aids in the absorption and use of calcium and phosphorous

Source: milk, tuna, salmon, cod liver oil, and skin exposed in the morning sunlight

3.Vitamin E

Role: act as an antioxidant and protects essential fatty acids from oxidative damage.

Source: nuts, vegetable oils, cereals, green leafy vegetables

4.Vitamin K

Role: helps in the synthesis of substances needed for clotting of blood, aids normal bone metabolism.

Source: green leafy vegetables, cabbage, cauliflower

 

Water-soluble vitamins:

5.Vitamin C

Role: is important in forming collagen, a protein that gives structures to bones, cartilage, muscle and vascular tissues, helps bones and teeth, helps in absorption of iron, protects other vitamins from oxidation

Source: citrus fruits, melons, berries, dark green vegetables, tomatoes

B-complex vitamins:

6.Thiamine B1

Role: helps in the release of energy from carbohydrates, promotes normal functioning of the nervous system

Source: whole grain products, dried beans, and peas, nuts, sunflower seeds

7.Riboflavin B2

Role: helps the body to transform carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into energy

Source: nuts, yogurt, milk, whole grain products, cheese poultry, green leafy vegetables

8: Niacin B3

Role: helps the body to transform carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into energy

Source: nuts, dried fruits, poultry, fish, whole grain products, beans

9: Vitamin B6

Role: helps in use of fats and amino acids, aids in the formation of protein

Source: sunflower seed, poultry, beans, bananas, nuts, green leafy vegetables

10: Folic Acid

Role: helps in the formation of hemoglobin in red blood cells, aids in the formation of genetic material

Source: nuts, beans, whole grain products, fruit juices, dark green leafy vegetables

11.Pantothenic Acid

Role: helps in the formation of hormones and certain nerve-regulation substances; helps in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins

Source: nuts, milk, poultry, seeds, dried fruits, green leafy vegetables

12.Biotin

Role: helps in the formation of fatty acids, helps in the release of energy from carbohydrates

Source: eggs, milk, vegetables

13.Vitamin B12

Role: helps in the formation of red blood cells, helps in the functioning of the nervous system

Source: milk, poultry, yogurt, fish, eggs,