Sodium is a mineral. Everybody needs Salt/Sodium to regulate Blood Pressure (BP) and Blood Volume. We need salt also for the proper nerves and muscle function. Although sodium is an essential nutrient a high sodium diet is considered one of the risk factors associated with high BP, which can cause heart attacks, strokes and kidney disease.
Buckwheat is one of the most nutritious foods in the world. Here are a few facts you are unaware of about buckwheat.
Winter and vehicular pollution can leave your skin dry and dull. But you can get the golden glow back by sprinkling some flax seed on your salad or making juices from vegetables like spinach and beetroot!
Nutrition is the most important aspects for maintenance of good health. Among all the nutrients protein is one of the most important nutrient which enables good health.
Cinnamon has been shown to lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels in those with Type II diabetes.
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that is necessary for normal growth and development. Since our childhood, our elders have been teaching us the importance of Vitamin C.
Several spices common to Indian cooking can contribute to health and weight loss.
Consuming a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and many spices will help maintain high levels of polyphenols in your body and blood stream all day long.