Top Winter Foods By Ayurveda For Your Diet This Season

Top Winter Foods By Ayurveda For Your Diet This Season

According to Ayurvedacharya Dr. Partap Chauhan, Director Jiva Ayurveda, “Ayurveda believes that there are three types of immunity: 1. Sahaj (hereditary), or immunity you’re born with. 2. Kalaj (seasonal), or immunity that comes and goes with seasons/age/time. 3. Yuktikrit (established), or immunity you can develop with a regular and balanced diet, and systemic practice of yoga. It is the third type of immunity we want to bolster during the winters, which you can easily do by adopting an Ayurvedic lifestyle. Here’s our guide to eating healthy and staying strong this…

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Pregnancy Food Chart and 5 Key Nutrients For a Healthy Pregnancy

Pregnancy Food Chart and 5 Key Nutrients For a Healthy Pregnancy

  Pregnancy demands good nourishment for the health of the baby and mother. Well planned meals made with fresh ingredients provide all the nutrients required. The basic principles of a healthy diet remain the same, which means each meal should provide macro nutrients like – Proteins, Carbohydrates, and fats and micronutrients including vitamins and minerals in adequate amounts. Pregnancy demands good nourishment for the health of the baby and mother. Some of the definite must haves for a healthy pregnancy are: 1. Proteins: Proteins are essential for the healthy growth of the foetus and to…

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Honor 7X India Launch Set for Today, Alongside Honor V10 Global Launch

Honor 7X India Launch Set for Today, Alongside Honor V10 Global Launch

HIGHLIGHTS Honor 7X was unveiled first in China, back in October The Honor V10’s global launch is also scheduled for Tuesday The Honor 7X will go on sale in India on Thursday Honor 7X, the mid-range smartphone unveiled by the Huawei Terminal brand in October for China, will be launching in India on Tuesday. The smartphone will be announced for India at the Honor V10 global launch event in London, starting at 8pm IST. To recall, the Honor V10 was unveiled last week in China. As for the Honor 7X launch, we already know that the…

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Gmail, Google Maps Updated With Fullscreen Support for iPhone X

Gmail, Google Maps Updated With Fullscreen Support for iPhone X

HIGHLIGHTS Both apps upgraded to support fullscreen display on iPhone X Gmail also adds third-party mail support on iOS Several Google apps have yet to receive iPhone X support Google has finally upgraded Gmail and Google Maps on iOS to support the new iPhone X that went on sale last month, featuring a 5.8-inch Super Retina bezel-less display with its infamous ‘notch’ on top. Gmail also gets support for non-Google email accounts via IMAP. The updated Gmail app for iOS is now capable of filling up the entire display on the iPhone X, including the ears on both…

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RIGHT AT HOME: Sweet gifts for the home baker

RIGHT AT HOME: Sweet gifts for the home baker

If you’ve got home bakers on your holiday gift list, there are plenty of attractive and functional items on the market to help them whip up delectable goodies. Canadian artisan Brenda Watts of Hermitage, Prince Edward Island, makes French rolling pins out of flame birch in her Cattails Woodwork studio. They look like freshly baked baguettes, as decorative as they are useful. “I believe that beautiful things made from wood can have a purpose beyond what pleases the eye, “she says. “They should bring pleasure in use.” (www.etsy.com/shop/CattailsWoodwork ) Lisa…

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For a healthy heart and long life, munch on a variety of nuts everyday

For a healthy heart and long life, munch on a variety of nuts everyday

If you’re looking for superfoods to remain healthy, this is it. Include nuts in your diet plan. Eating five weekly servings of walnuts, peanuts or other kinds of tree nuts was linked to a 14% lower risk of cardiovascular disease, and a 20% lower risk of fatal complications due to hardened arteries, said the report in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Walnuts appeared to be the healthiest option, according to the findings, based on more than 210,000 people who answered regular surveys as part of a nurses’ study that spanned…

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Marathon training: The what, when and how much you must eat to prepare for a race

Marathon training: The what, when and how much you must eat to prepare for a race

Running a marathon is no small feat. Training for one is a process that requires time, dedication and proper nutrition. What you eat, in fact, plays the most important role in training for a race. Add to it when you eat — whether before or after the race. If you get it all right, breasting the tape on the finish line, in good time, would be one of your life’s most memorable feats. Simply put, watch out for what you eat in order to power through a long run. You…

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Canadians Root For An Underdog U.S. Health Policy Idea

Canadians Root For An Underdog U.S. Health Policy Idea

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services — and its controversial center for innovation — is part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and has its headquarters outside D.C., in Woodlawn, Md. (Jay Mallin/Bloomberg via Getty Images) TORONTO — Ask people in Canada what they make of American health care, and the answer typically falls between bewilderment and outrage. Canada, after all, prides itself on a health system that guarantees government insurance for everyone. And many Canadians find it baffling that there’s anybody in the United States…

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Alex Azar must commit to ‘righting the ship’ for health care payments

Alex Azar must commit to ‘righting the ship’ for health care payments

APSTOCK In the Affordable Care Act and other subsequent reforms, Congress directed the Department of Health and Human Services to test new ways to pay for health care, challenging health care providers, hospitals, and private insurers to provide better care for less money. Under President Trump and former HHS Secretary Tom Price, that work slowed and, in some cases, stopped altogether. With Price out the door, the nominee to replace him, Alex Azar, should commit to righting the ship. Congress passed payment reforms to test several simple but powerful notions: First, paying…

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Is eating too quickly bad for your health?

Is eating too quickly bad for your health?

Fast food: wolfing it down can lead to obesity, diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto Do you savour mealtimes or do you wolf your food down? Eating at your desk or on the run can mean you can gulp down your breakfast or lunch in less than five minutes. And this means you are more likely to get obese or develop metabolic syndrome, both of which increase your risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke, says research presented at last week’s American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2017. The researchers from Hiroshima…

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