Category Archives: Therapeutic Nutrition

Healthy Ingredients For Smoothies

  When it comes to smoothies, it can be difficult to choose delicious ingredients to add to your smoothie. While a green smoothie, strawberry and mango smoothie and banana and strawberry smoothie are all great options. Check out the list of  delicious ingredients you can add to your morning smoothie. Get creative and make a new breakfast smoothie each day…. Read more »

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Benefits Of Beetroots

Not only they are delicious, but beets are also packed full of vitamins and nutrients. Their rich content turns them into a powerful medicinal food with various beneficial properties.   They are rich in antioxidants, fungicidal and anti-inflammatory agents. They are also well known as a treatment for gall bladder and gout and even great for reducing cholesterol levels  … Read more »

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Gluten Free Diet

Gluten Free Diet Gluten Free Diet: Any food that doesnot include the gluten protein in it is called gluten free diet. Gluten protein is found in grains such as wheat, barley, rye. A gluten-free diet is primarily used to treat celiac disease. Gluten causes inflammation in the small intestines of people with celiac disease. Purpose The gluten-free diet is a… Read more »

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How To Tackle Lactose Intolerance ?

  Lactose intolerance is one of the most common digestive complaints among adults. Lactose Intolerance Someone who is lactose intolerant, it means that they can’t digest lactose – a sugar that naturally present in fresh milk products.  Lactose is a large molecule that the body can’t take up as it is – an enzyme, called lactase, is needed to break… Read more »

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Importance Of Food In PCOS.

The essence of eating healthy with PCOS is to consume food in its most natural state. This lifestyle approach to eating is very beneficial to women with PCOS.   Processed and refined foods create havoc with hormone levels. As insulin, cortisol, testosterone, progesterone, estrogen , and thyroid become more in balance PCOS symptoms will be alleviated. 1. Avoid processed and refined foods such… Read more »

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Thyroid Imbalance: What to expect ? How to feel better ?

Thyroid gland is generally responsible for your body’s metabolic processes. Specifically, your thyroid releases two primary hormones — (T3) and thyroxine (T4) — that control metabolism. When working properly, the T3 and T4 hormones travel through your bloodstream and help cells get energy from the food you eat. Thyroid hormones are also responsible for helping to regulate your body temperature… Read more »

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Have A Healthy Breakfast To Start Your Day

Breakfast like a King, Lunch like a Prince and Dine like a  Pauper” It’s a well-known phrase, but do you follow it? Breakfast provides the body and brain with fuel after an   overnight fast – that’s where its name originates, breaking the fast! With no breakfast you are literally running on empty, like trying to start the car with no… Read more »

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