Shelf solutions to health issues!
We are going back to where we emerged from – our roots. Our whole stint with the so called ‘western world’ is coming to an end, because they are adapting our ways. Taking a positive outlook at this, let’s just keep in mind, “What goes around, comes around!”
Since the birth of our country, one thing that has remained consistent is the practice of Ayurveda (and thank God for that!). The study and use of medicinal plants to cure the body of any disease, is a boon to mankind as it comes with no side-effects. What is interesting and important to know is that some simple day-to-day natural eatables can help us in keeping our body healthy and at bay from some common illnesses.
Let’s get to the kitchen and explore, shall we?
– Helps reduce levels of cholesterol
– Reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases
– Highly useful in keeping diabetes under control
– Solution to your hair problems
The best way to consume Methi is to powder it and have it on empty stomach early morning.
– Helps control diabetes
– Prevents complications arising out of diabetes
Like every other vegetable, Karela should be consumed in its natural form. But with the launch of products that make our life easier, Karela powder is a good option too! And hey, you don’t have to worry about the bitterness as you can consume the powder with honey.
Amla (Indian gooseberry)
– Highly rich in vitamin C, which in turn increases your immunity
– Reduces cholesterol levels
– Good for your hair
– Protects your liver
Amla tastes well as it is, but Amla juice, powder and even pickle are easily available in the market.
Tulsi (holy basil)
– Keeps blood pressure under control, which in turn protects your heart
– Stress buster!
– Protection against cancer
– Helps dissolve kidney stones
As easy asit is to pluck a leaf from the plant and consume Tulsi, it is equally easily available in the form of powder and capsules.
Take a tour of your kitchen to benefit your own health. And remember, everything should be taken in a limited quantity! Not too much, not too less!