Why Ayurveda Doesn’t Recommend Drinking Fruit Juices With Meals

Why Ayurveda Doesn’t Recommend Drinking Fruit Juices With Meals

Highlights Fruit Juice is considered good for health But if consumed with meal they can do more harm than good Ayurveda doesn’t recommend drinking Fruit Juices with meal Fruit juices are great for those who are not in a mood to eat whole fruits (which is definitely a much more healthier option). In times of flu or fever, fresh fruit juices are the best way to ensure steady inflow of vitamin and nutrients. Be it orange, mausambi, apple or pineapple, there are so many fruits, out of which you can prepare…

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Urjit Patel: An RBI governor who doesn’t talk but acts

Urjit Patel: An RBI governor who doesn’t talk but acts

Raghuram Rajan had taken over as governor of the central bank in the world’s fastest-growing major economy in the thick of the taper tantrum in September 2013 when the local currency was depreciating every day against the dollar and inflation was in double digits. His predecessor D Subbarao had witnessed the collapse of iconic US investment bank Lehman Brothers a few days after he had taken over, leading to the transatlantic financial crisis. In contrast, Urjit Patel, the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) 24th governor who completes first year in…

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Trump doesn’t think Mueller should look into his business transactions. Too late.

Trump doesn’t think Mueller should look into his business transactions. Too late.

Just yesterday, President Donald Trump told a trio of New York Times reporters that if special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation turned to his finances, he’d view it as a “violation” of Mueller’s charge. “This is about Russia,” Trump said. But according to a new report by Bloomberg’s Greg Farrell and Christian Berthelsen, investigators had already been investigating several Trump business transactions with Russians. The Bloomberg reporters quote “a person familiar with the probe” as confirming that several transactions in particular have piqued investigators’ interest, including: The 2013 Miss Universe pageant, which was held…

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Menstrual cycle doesn’t impact training, performance: Study

Menstrual cycle doesn’t impact training, performance: Study

A recent study, published in the Journal of Physiology, has found that doing fixed intensity exercise during menstrual cycle does not affect a woman’s autonomic heat responses (skin blood flow and sweating). That’s according to a collaboration between Massey University, the University at Buffalo and the University of Otago. They also found that exercise performance was impaired by humid heat due to the reduced ability of the body to sweat effectively. The research studied the effects of heat on ten well-trained women across their menstrual cycles. Each woman completed four…

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Exercise doesn’t cost you your memory

Exercise doesn’t cost you your memory

Exercise doesn’t cost you your memory (Getty Images) People, your nightly run isn’t causing you to forget things. Contradicting earlier work, a team of researchers has confirmed that new neurons created via exercise don’t erase old memories. Exercise is well known for its cognitive benefits, thought to occur because it causes neurogenesis, or the creation of new neurons, in the hippocampus, which is a key brain region for learning, memory and mood regulation. Therefore, it was a surprise in 2014 when a research study, published in the journal Science, found…

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