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Say No Beauty Products With Chemicals

Say No Beauty Products With Chemicals

In a world ravaged with pollution and environmental factor damaging your skin, it’s hard to stay beautiful, retain clear skin without sans beauty enhancing products

The use of beauty products has come to full circle. In olden days people were using natural beauty products then we shifted to chemicals and now we are heading back to Mother Nature.

Say No Beauty Products With Chemicals

Here is a list of The Dirty Dozen ingredients that should be avoided:

1. Phthalates : ‘Dibutyl Phthalate

 What is it? : Phthalates can be easily absorbed by our skin.  It enhances the capacity of other chemicals to cause genetic mutations.

Why is it harmful? : It has been shown to cause developmental defects and is toxic to reproductionand can also harm the unborn and impair fertility.

2. Sulphates or Sodium Laurate(or Lauryl) Sulphate (SLS) 

What is it? : Primarily used as a foaming agent or detergent to be found in shampoos, facial cleansers, bubble bath products, household and utensil cleaning detergents.

Why is it harmful? : Depending on the manufacturing process it can work as a possible human carcinogen and can even harm the nervous system.

3. Paraben 

What is it? : Primarily used as a preservative, they are used as fragrance ingredients, not listed in your favorite perfume label.  Perfume recipes are considered trade secrets; hence the manufacturers are not obliged to disclose the ingredients. An estimated 75-90% of cosmetics contain this toxin.

Why is it harmful? : Parabens are easily absorbed by our skin. Parabens can mimic estrogen and has been detected in human breast cancer tissues. It is estimated that women are exposed to 50mg of parabens per day.

4. Formaldehyde 

What is it? :  These are primarily preservatives commonly found in cosmetics.

Look for: DMDM hydantoin, diazolidinyl urea, imidazolidinyl urea, methenamine, quaternium-15, and sodium hydroxymethylglycinate. These ingredients slowly and continuously release small amounts of formaldehyde.

Why is it harmful? : Formaldehyde has a very sharp odor.  It is also blamed for allergic reactions in sensitive people.

5. BHA and BHT

What is it? : BHA (butylated hydroxyanisole) and BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene) are synthetic antioxidants used as preservatives in lipsticks and moisturizers and are also used as food preservatives.

Why is it harmful? : They can cause allergic reactions, liver, thyroid and kidney problems along with lung function impairment and problems in blood coagulation. Moreover, they mimic estrogen and can have an adverse impact on reproduction.

6. Coal-Tar dyes

What is it? : Coal tar-derived colorants are used extensively in cosmetics. P-phenylenediamine is used frequently hair dyes.  These dyes are generally identified by a five-digit Colour Index (C.I.) number.
Why is it harmful? : Coal tar is a carcinogen and dyes made from it have a high potential for causing cancer. These colours are sometimes contaminated with aluminium substrate which is toxic to the brain.

7. DEA compounds

What is it? : DEA (diethanolamine) and its compounds are used in moisturizers and sunscreens, while cocamide and lauramide DEA are found in soaps, cleansers, and shampoos to create more lather.

Why is it harmful? : These cause mild skin and eye irritation. Exposure to high doses of these chemicals has caused liver cancers and pre-cancerous changes in skin and thyroid in a few cases.

8. Fragrance/Parfum

What is it? : Apart from being used in perfumes and deodorants, they are used in nearly every type of personal-care product. Of the thousands of chemicals used in fragrances, most have not been tested for toxicity, alone or in combination. Over 3000 chemicals are used to manufacture synthetic fragrances.

Why is it harmful? : These are often unlisted ingredients that are irritants and can trigger allergies, migraines, andasthma symptoms and lead to asthma in children.

 

9. PEG compounds

What is it? : PEGs (polyethylene glycols) are widely used in cosmetics as thickeners, solvents, softeners, and moisture-carriers and hence used for products requiring a cream base and also in laxatives.

Why is it harmful? : Ethylene oxide is a human carcinogen while 1, 4-dioxane – a possible human carcinogen. Ethylene oxide harms the nervous system and causes developmental problems. They are also known to cause skin irritation and systemic toxicity.

10. Petrolatum

What is it? : Mineral oil jelly or petroleum jelly is used as a moisturizer and in hair-shine products.

Why is it harmful? : Petrolatum can be contaminated with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). Exposure to PAHs is associated with cancer and skin irritation and allergies.

11. Siloxanes

What is it? : Cyclomethicone and ingredients ending in “siloxane” make hair products dry quickly and deodorant creams slide on easily.  They are also used extensively in moisturisers and facial treatments to soften and smoothen and in medical implants.

Why is it harmful? : Cyclotetrasiloxane and Cylcopentasiloxane —D4 and D5 — are endocrine disruptors, interfere with human hormone function and possible reproductive toxicants that may impair human fertility, cause uterine tumours and harm the reproductive and immune systems.

12. Triclosan

What is it? : Triclosan is used mainly in antiperspirants/deodorants, cleansers, and hand sanitizers as a preservative and an anti-bacterial agent. Also used in laundry detergent, facial tissues, and antiseptics for wounds.

Why is it harmful? : It can pass through skin and is suspected of interfering with hormone function (endocrine disruption). Extensive use may contribute to antibiotic-resistant bacteria. It can cause irritation to the skin and eyes.

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Natural and Herbal Face Washes: Herbal Home Remedies and Tips

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Washing your face seems simple, well you have been doing it all your life and if your face is still there, so you have to have got it right, correct? Your face is the first thing people notice about you, so you do want to definitely want it to look its best. Here are some tips for washing your face:

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Make sure your hands are clean: You cannot clean your face with dirty hands, So, wash your hands first, then wash your face.

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Use only lukewarm water: For best results, make sure the water is not too hot or too cold.

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Wash face twice a day: Face washing once in the morning and once at night is a good routine especially for those with acne-prone skin. Washing in the morning refreshes your face and cleanses away bacteria that may have grown in the night, while washing at night is important for removing sweat, dirt and makeup from your skin.

So, now that we know washing face is beauty must to do, do we use herbs for face or soaps or face washes.

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There are lot of herbs that can be used to wash your face like, lavender, neem, calendula. The easiest way to use herbs on your facial skin is with an herbal steam.

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Soaps is a no go. but, have you ever wondered why washing our face with soap is bad?  When the pH scale shows 7, it is neutral. Anything below that is acidic and above it is alkaline. Our skin’s pH balance is generally between 4 and 6.5, even when the skin is very oily. Soap is extremely alkaline, can disrupt your skin’s normal pH balance.

And, whether you have normal, breakout-prone, dry, oily, or sensitive skin, there’s a definitely a face wash  out there for you today.

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For an oily face look for face washes with salicylic acid and if you have dry skin look for moisturizing ingredients like aloe, glycerine, and Vitamin E. If you have a sensitive skin, then look for face washes that are alcohol-free and fragrance-free.

Natural and herbal face washes will leave your skin clean, fresh and nourished. Here are some home herbal remedies that are suitable for different skin types:

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Milk: Is good for all skin types. Use raw(not boiled) milk.

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Gram flour and Turmeric : For oily skin. Using milk to make a paste will help to nourish the skin.

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Honey and Yogurt: For dry skin.

Rosewater: Good for all skin types, best used at night before going to bed.

These home remedies with Ayurvedic massage are  sure to leave your face well-nourished and radiating.

Here are some natural face washes you can find:

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Sandal wood extract present in this face wash fills the pores and results in instant fairness.

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This face wash is gentle and oil free and thoroughly removes impurities and treats the skin leaving it soft and clean.

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Nirogam Ivy Honey Face Wash – 100 ml

This face wash with Honey, Haldi, Aritha, Daruhaldi as key ingredients  are ideal for keeping harmful effects of Pollution away.

 


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Gluten Free : Recipes and Products

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If you have been thinking that no gluten means no bread, no pasta, and no pizza. It is true,  most of these products in regular grocery stores contain gluten, but we are starting to see plenty of gluten-free options too.

So, what is gluten-free?  A glutenfree diet is a diet that excludes gluten, a protein composite found in wheat, barley, rye, and all their species and hybrids.

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There is also an abundance of grains that just happen to be gluten free including rice, corn, millet, sorghum, wild rice, buckwheat, quinoa and amaranth. All the gluten-free whole grains—they are delicious, nutritious and easy to cook.

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Gluten free diet is suitable for those who suffer from wheat allergy, celiac disease and gluten intolerance. Celiac disease is a lifelong, serious autoimmune disease caused by the immune system reacting to gluten – a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. The only treatment for the condition is a strict gluten free diet for life.

Here are some tips for everyday eating.

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Read food labels when you shop: If a cereal containing gluten has been used as an ingredient in the product, it will be listed in the ingredients list.

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Some foods are naturally gluten-free: Fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, cheese and eggs are naturally gluten-free.

Gluten-free meals can be delicious and healthy too: Finding the right gluten-free substitute can be a matter of personal taste too, experiment in the kitchen and you are sure to find a substitute to your taste.

Cut the gluten, keep the flavor. Here are some gluten free recipes including a gluten free dessert recipe:

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Gluten Free Chocolate Cake
Recipe by Ruchira Hoon

Ingredients

180 gm dark cooking chocolate
100 gm butter
3/4 cup sugar
Salt, a pinch
1/2 cup cocoa powder
2 Tbsp ground almond
3 large eggs
1 tsp vanilla

For the chocolate ganache:

100 gms chopped chocolate
100 gms cream

Method:

  • Line the bottom of a 7-inch cake tin with parchment paper.
  • Melt chocolate and butter in a heavy saucepan over medium low heat. Stir until chocolate and butter are melted and smooth.
  • Add sugar, salt and almonds and reduce heat to low. Now add cocoa powder and stir.
  • Remove pan from heat. Whisk in eggs, one at a time. Give the mixture a good whisk until it looks smooth and glossy and pour vanilla essence in the end.
  • Pour batter into prepared pan. In a heated cooker pour sand to about 1/4 th the depth and cover with foil. Place the cake pan in the cooker and cover the lid for about 30 minutes.
  • In case you want to bake this cake in an oven. Bake it for 25 minutes at 180 degrees C.
  • The center of the cake should be just firm to the touch. Leave the cake to cool down completely (About 2 hours).
  • Glaze with chocolate ganache.

For the chocolate ganache:

Boil the cream. Pour it over the chopped chocolate and mix it till the chocolate melts completely. Your ganache is ready!

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Bombay Chicken with Coconut Rice

Ingredients:

  • 3 tablespoons oil or butter
  • 3 boneless chicken breasts
  • 1/2 cup onions
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic
  • 1/2 teaspoon
  • Salt
  • 2 tablespoons ginger root minced
  • 1/8 teaspoon chili powder
  • 1/8 teaspoon cayenne
  • 1/2 teaspoon curry powder
  • 1 cup chopped tomatoes
  • 1/2 cup gluten-free chicken broth
  • 1/2 cup dry white wine
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • 2 teaspoons cornstarch

Garnish:

  • 2 green onions chopped
  • 1/4 cup shredded coconut

Method: Cut the chicken breasts into 2-inch pieces and keep aside. Heat the oil or butter in a frying pan and put the chicken pieces in it, cook till they are slightly brown, remove from pan. Now, cook the onions for 3 minutes, add the garlic and fry for another 1 minute and return the chicken to the pan, add the broth, salt, chili powder, cayenne, ginger, curry powder, chopped tomatoes and wine and mix all the ingredients with a spatula. Cover and cook for 15 minutes on low flame or till the chicken pieces are tender. Mix milk and cornstarch in a cup and add it to the chicken, mix well, bring it to boil and allow the sauce to thicken. Serve with rice and sprinkle chopped onion and shredded coconut on top.

Here are some foods and grains that are gluten-free:

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Quinoa is considered to be the best in grains family as it has the highest nutrient content of all. It is the best source of proteins and vitamins. Quinoa is known for its high magnesium content which helps in bone formation.

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Amaranth provides a high quality protein, with a nearly perfect balance of essential amino acids, including abundant lysine and methionine, which is not found in most grains.

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Kodo millet has around 11% protein, and the nutritional value of the protein has been found to be slightly better than that of foxtail millet but comparable to that of other small millets.

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Couscous consists of many tiny granules made from steamed and dried durum wheat, couscous has become a popular alternative to rice and pasta.


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Handmade Soaps: Know Your Soaps

Handmade Soaps: Know Your Soaps

Hand made soaps are usually made in small batches using traditional methods and plant-based ingredients.  Hand made soaps are high in glycerin. Glycerin is a natural by-product of the soapmaking process.

Why should you buy a natural handmade soap:

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Handcrafted soap is made with natural, wholesome ingredients that cleanse without stripping skin of its natural oils. Commercially-made bars are made with chemical additives, or synthetic detergents.

Commercially-made bars are made with synthetic detergents, they cannot even legally use the term “soap.” Instead, they may be called “beauty bars,” “cleaning bars,” “cream bars,” or something similar. Handcrafted soap is made with real and wholesome ingredients.

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Glycerin is a humectant; it attracts moisture and softens your skin. Glycerin is not merely added to handcrafted soap. Rather, it is naturally created in the process of mixing water, oils, and butters. In handcrafted soap, the glycerin is left in place.The absence of glycerin is another reason that commercial bars dry out the skin.

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To know more about natural handmade soaps, you would need to how the soaps are made. There are basically three ways to make a soap:

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One common way is called “melt and pour” soap. There are even melt and pour kits you can buy to make cute soap shapes with your kids. These are generally glycerine based transparent soaps.

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The other two methods are “hot process” and “cold process.” The hot process method utilizes heat after the saponification process has taken place, while the cold process method does not. Undoubtedly the best method for producing the highest quality soaps is the cold process method.

A combination of oils or fats and lye goes in the making of cold process soap bars. Lye is not as scary as it sounds as all the caustic qualities of the lye are removed during the saponification process. When the lye interacts with the oils or fats, it creates glycerine. How hard or soft the soap bar ends up being, and how well it lathers depends on the type of oils and fats that are being used.

Botanical sounding name does not necessarily mean that the product came from a plant either. Cranberry, watermelon, peach, pear, apple, strawberry, fig, pomegranate, coconut are synthetic scents made in a laboratory. Many soaps supposedly containing vanilla, jasmine, rose, lemon verbena, and sandalwood are also made with synthetic scents because the real essential oils, absolutes, or concretes are very expensive or even endangered.

If an oil doesn’t have a latin botanical name, then it’s not a true essential oil and it has no aromatherapeutic benefits. If it dries your skin out or makes it feel tight or itchy, it may not be real, this is a real soap test.  Because a well made, glycerin rich, handcrafted natural soap will leave your skin feeling soft, smooth, and nourished.
Remember that your skin is porous and absorbent. It absorbs whatever it comes in contact with.  Chronic use of chemical laden products will cause the body to store the chemicals in the body fat or even in the brain.

Here is how you can take care of natural handmade soap:

  • Don’t let your soap drown in water.
  • Make sure your soap gets plenty of fresh air between uses.
  • Store your soap on a well drained soap dish.
  • Store unused soap in a dark cool place like a lingerie drawer or linen close

Here are some natural handmade soaps you can find:

This soaps gives deep cleansing, conditioning, nourishment to your skin, remove dead skin cells and also gives. Revitalise and soften skin. For all skin types.

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A glycerin soap with the refreshing fragrance of jasmine and peach.

Aromatherapy-Massage

Spiced with versatile lavender oil, this bar is blended with shea butter and oils of coconut, olive, almond and patchouli making it intensely nourishing. Activated charcoal and green clay help detoxify the skin.


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Tea Tree Oil: The Absolute Favourite Essential Oil

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Tea tree oil is one of the most extensively researched essential oils. It is produced from a shrub like tree by the name of Melaleuca alternifolia, which is found along streams and in swampy areas in its native land of Australia.

Essential oils are powerful, and tea tree oil is no exception. The greatest concern when it comes to using tea tree oil is chiefly skin irritation. If this is a concern for you, always dilute the tea tree oil in a liquid neutral oil such as olive oil, grapeseed oil, almond oil, etc. etc. Mixing with water does no good-it’s an oil, and will therefore separate-so you must give it another fat to grab onto.

This oil is often called the “medicine cabinet in a bottle” and is effective against bacteria, fungi, and viruses too.

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Benefits of Tea Tree oil

For years, people have used tea tree oil to help with skin ailments from acne to psoriasis. But its benefits don’t end there, here are some of the benefits of Tea Tree Oil:

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To remove makeup:

For normal to dry skin, try mixing 1/4 cup canola oil with 10 drops of tea tree oil in a 4-ounce sterilized glass jar with a tight-fitting lid and shake until blended. Store in a cool, dark place. To use, saturate a cotton ball with the oil and sweep over your face to remove makeup. Rinse well with warm water and follow with a toner.

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To treat the chicken pox

Blend a few drops of tea tree essential oil with 1 tablespoon of olive oil, and use a cotton swab to apply the oil to sores two or three times a day.

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To relieve psoriasis

Rub a few drops of tea tree oil, diluted in a little olive oil, into your psoriasis patches several times a day.

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Beneficial for the health of your hair and scalp

Tea tree oil has the ability to soothe dry flaking skin, remove dandruff and even can be used for the treatment of lice.

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As a household cleaner

To make homemade a tea tree oil cleanser, mix with water, vinegar and lemon essential oil  then use it on your counter tops, kitchen appliances, shower, toilet and sinks.

Some great Tea Tree Oil uses include:

To treat acne.
An anti-fungal for treating Athlete’s Foot, eczema, various yeast infections, etc.
An antiseptic to be used on cuts and burns.
An anti-viral: it may lessen the symptoms of colds and flu. Try using a few drops in the bath.
Add to a vaporizer to loosen chest congestion.

Precaution to keep in mind for Tea Tree Oil are:

Tea Tree Oil should be kept in a dark glass bottle with a dropper. This will prevent light from shining in and reducing the oil’s potency.
Do not ingest it orally.

You don’t have to travel all the way to Australia to get the benefits of the tea tree now. Here are some of the Tea Tree products you can find:

Vegetal Tea Tree Face Wash is a soap free gel formula with Tea Tree Oil and Cucumber extract that gives very deep cleansing of oil from the face.

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Tea tree Oil is very important in the health of the immune system, as it acts as an immuno-stimulant & increases the body’s ability to fight off any infections.

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Tea tree oil is regarded as one of the strongest natural antiseptics known to man. Because of its ability to inhibit and kill growth of bacteria, fungi & viruses, it makes a great medicinal soap for cuts & scrapes as well as a multi-purpose antibacterial and facial soap for every day use.

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Neem Tea Tree Dandruff Clarifying Hair Solution is an herbal formulation with nutritive extracts and conditioning properties that helps  to control the flaking, scaling, and hair falling. It makes hair soft, shiny & healthy.

It is time to make Tea Tree Oil your new absolute favourite essential oil.

 


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Weight Loss: Diet Plans and Tips

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Want to lose weight without making yourself crazy or turning to fad diets. A big part of losing weight  involves a simple, sensible exercise and eating plan.

New research suggest that high-protein foods make you feel fuller between meals, an important factor that can ultimately help you reduce overall calorie consumption and reduce weight.  A lot of weight loss regimes always advise to include more dietary fiber this is because they tend to make you feel full for a longer time, thus keeping a check on your food intake.

To lose weight you need to take less calories but that doesn’t mean that you have to eat less. Fruits add bulk to our diets and do not provide many calories. They can be used as a substitute for high calories foods in our diet, making you feeling full and satisfied with an intake of fewer calories.

Here are some fruits that can help you lose weight.

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Watermelon: This juicy fruit provides only 30 calories per 100 grams and keeps you hydrated. It is rich in amino acid arginine which helps in burning fat.

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Guava: They are rich in fiber, have low glycemic index and prevent constipation. They also activate the metabolic rate which helps in weight loss.

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Pear: A great source of Vitamin C, pear is the perfect fruit for weight loss. It is packed with fiber which keeps you full for longer as it gets digested slowly. Pears are also known to keep your cholesterol levels in check.

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Oranges: Oranges provide only 47 calories per 100 grams. Orange is considered to be a negative calorie fruit which means that it contains less calories than what your body requires to burn it. Simply put, you burn more than you eat.

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Blueberries: Blueberries are rich in antioxidants and help in boosting metabolic rate. Regular consumption is also known to reduce insulin resistance, hypertension and cholesterol.

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Strawberries: These beautiful looking berries help in the production of fat burning hormones adiponectin and leptin resulting in higher metabolism.

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Peaches: They are very filling as water composes 89 percent of their weight. Being rich in fiber, they help in reducing hunger.

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Here is a sample weight loss Indian diet plan 

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Breakfast

a. Home-made rava idlis with sambar (no coconut chutney)

b. Whole green moong chilla with mint and dhania chutney

c. Oats upma – made with vegetables (try using steel cut oats for added fibre)

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Mid-morning snack

a. Chaas made with 1/3 cup low fat dahi – add fresh dhania, rock salt, and jeera powder

b. Mango milkshake – ½ mango + ½ cup (125 ml) low fat milk (NO added sugar)

c. Fruit chaat – 1 cup mixed fruit (use fruits with higher fibre – apple, pineapple, guava, pear. Add chaat masala + a pinch of rock salt)

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Lunch

It would be best to incorporate 4 food groups. See the table below and mix and match to ensure a well-balanced lunch meal:

STARCH

VEGETABLE

PROTEIN

Phulkas – 2 Start with 1 cup salad – all raw vegetables Dal – ½ cup moong, toor
Brown rice – ½ cup cooked Plus ½ cup cooked sabji Chowli (black-eyed peas)
Lapsi rava (broken wheat) – ½ cup cooked Focus on green vegetables Rajma (kidney beans)
Jowar rotis (made with 3.5 tbsp atta) Chole (Chickpeas)
Methi/palak rotis Low-fat paneer – 50 grams
Aloo/potato – ½ cup cooked Moong sprouts
Waal (White beans)

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Mid-afternoon snack

a. 1 utapam made with less oil + roasted tomato chutney

b. Home-made Bhel:

  • 1 cup murmura
  • ½ cup roasted chana
  • ¼ cup plain roasted peanuts
  • ¼ cup mixed tomato + onion + dhania
  • Green chutney made from pudina and dhania

c. Steamed methi muthiya (Gujrati snack):

  • Made with combination of bajra, whole wheat, and besan atta
  • Use fresh methi

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Dinner

It should be the lightest meal of the day. Choose from the following options:

a. Bowl of soup – Rasam/palak/dudhi

b. Bowl of sprouts salad:

  • 1 cup cooked sprouts – chana, moong
  • 1 cup all raw vegetables – cucumber, tomato, onion, carrot
  • Dressing of lemon, salt, and pepper to taste

We found this sample diet here.

Disclaimer: We do not guarantee any weight loss through this method as the results may vary from person to person. We do recommend you consult your nutritionist and physician before following any of the tips suggested here.

Here are some products that will help with weight loss:

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Vedic Delite Green Coffee Bean Extract Powder 100Gms

Green Coffee is derived from raw and unroasted seeds or beans from the popular Coffea fruit. The extracts from these rare find of Coffea beans are proven to show miraculous health benefits especially in weight loss.

Coffee beans Anti Oxidant contains Caffine and Chlorogenic acid. When the beans are roasted, it turns brown and significant amount of Chlorogenic acid is lost. The rosted coffee is what we drink, which is high in caffine.

Green Coffee bean powder works in two ways: it slows the release of glucose into your body, and at the same time it boosts your metabolism so you burn fat. Together, these two benefits help you manage your body weight.
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FATNIL Contains all-natural ingredients which Helps to control the weight and cholesterol. It functions without disrupting normal body process. Provides an excellent source of dietary fiber. It aids in the weight loss journey by decreasing the absorption of fat by the body and also by supressing the hunger.

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Garcinia cambogia in this acts as a natural appetite suppressor and aid weight loss.

 


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Celebrate Mother’s Day With Beautiful Eco-Friendly Gifts

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Mothers are the human beings that should be celebrated every day. It so happens that we forget the magnificent achievements of mothers in our daily routine. Her contribution to our lives cannot be rewarded in any other way than our love. If a small token of affection is added to this, it will make Mother’s Day that much special. It is a tradition that is almost 108 years old and is meant for the woman who is a caregiver, a teacher, a manager; only the few duties that she performs on the go while making sure that her children have the best. While one day is not enough to appreciate such an important person, however Mother’s Day gives us this special chance to pamper her to the fullest. Just A beautiful mother’s day card with a heartfelt message can win her heart, as they say but this year we recommend you to walk that extra mile to embrace her, lover her more and more!

Make this day exceptional by adding one of the many small gifts mentioned below, coupled with a special Mother’s Day message.

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1Indie Eco Candles

Candles signify more than just home decor accessories. They dispel darkness and bring light and growth into our lives. A mother is no less than a candle, and these aromatic organic candles will certainly be the perfect gift for her. This assorted pack of 4 candles with no harmful toxin emissions can be lighted in any corner of the room to brighten up the area. Additionally, the scent of essential oils like cinnamon with a hint of orange, jasmine, vanilla cream, and lemongrass will relax every stressed mother from the inside.

2. Maduban Naturals Handmade Pomegranate Chocolates          

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It is not just the children who deserve to be pampered with chocolates, but mothers do too. Though in the latter’s case, it is the taste and health that have to be kept in mind as she did for all our meals. Maduban Natural’s premium dark chocolates are rich with pomegranate fruit extract, fruit bits and nuts, which form a tasty as well as healthy snack for every mom-on-the-go. Its health contributions like ant ageing properties and iron content will make it a thoughtful and essential gift.

3. Omved Aromatherapy Health Massage Oil Set

It is an everyday task to be a mother with no time to relax. For such frantic moments, aromatherapy works like magic to ease out all the stress. This product containing various aromatherapy massage oils captures all the charm in one box to make sure that stress disappears in a jiffy. Massaging or inhaling these oils work just perfect for the tired out moms. The blended oils relax the nervous system and further helps to calm the mind that is always running high gear. It gets them rejuvenated with gorgeous skin and a peaceful night sleep enjoying the most relaxing oil therapy.

4. Wild Earth Indulgence Gift Set

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A mother’s day should always begin with a soothing combination of love and care. These handmade natural bath gift sets, each comprising of natural soaps, organic shampoo and lotion will provide with the same. The vanilla coffee loofah is a unique soap that will scrub away the dead cells revealing a supple skin for summers especially. The embedded loofah slowly removes all non-essentials away. The soothing Ylang Ylang soap is loaded with calming notes that can chase away every wandering thought. The Rose Honey Face and Body wash keeps the skin smelling with the freshness of roses while the Almond Saffron Body Lotion helps to make the skin glow.

5. Soulflower Hair care Hamper Set

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She has groomed us to be the beautiful little souls that we are, so why not indulge her with this hamper of hair care. It is a pack of massage oils with each one having their own unique caring properties formulated specially for a mother’s hair. The refreshing lavender massage oil will help promoting healthy hair, which is thick from the roots. Soulflower cold pressed jojoba carrier oil will help control any frizz while the rosemary essential oil will help distress the mind, reduce exhaustion and lethargy. Together, this hamper will provide your mother the care as well as the compliments she always deserved.

 6. Energy Booster Pack

Finally, it is time the backbone of the family had her pack of strength. Everyday stress takes away a lot of calcium from the system and as women age the body has problems retaining this element naturally. The supplements provide women with the essential calcium, and the bones absorb its CAL-VITA complex easily, which eliminates degenerative diseases like Osteoporosis. As motherhood is a job with no holidays it is essential that we take extra care of this genius member of our family and make sure she is as healthy as she can be. After all, a healthy mother is what makes a healthy family.

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You can buy special gift sets on the occasion of Mother’s Day at www.naturalmantra.com