Turmeric

Citadel - - NUTRITION -

Haldi is ev­ery In­dian house­hold’s go-to fix for a va­ri­ety of health prob­lems. It’s in­cred­i­ble list of heal­ing prop­er­ties in­clude be­ing an an­tiox­i­dant, anti-vi­ral, anti-bac­te­rial, anti-fun­gal, anti-car­cino­genic, anti-mu­ta­genic and an­ti­in­flam­ma­tory. Turmeric can help lower blood choles­terol lev­els and keep low­den­sity lipopro­tein lev­els from build­ing up in your ar­ter­ies, a con­di­tion known as ath­er­o­scle­ro­sis. .eep­ing your /D/ lev­els low can re­duce your risk of stroke or heart at­tack. Turmeric also keeps platelets from clump­ing to­gether, which means it might stop blood clots from forming on your artery walls.

In ad­di­tion to eat­ing safe, you also need to ex­er­cise reg­u­larly. Don’t skip your gym ses­sions or if you feel too la y, you can al­ways go for a long walk. Avoid eat­ing Munk foods as it leads to stom­ach in­fec­tions and may also lead to wa­ter­borne dis­eases. Al­ways carry a bot­tle of clean wa­ter with you to avoid drink­ing con­tam­i­nated wa­ter.

Some tips to fol­low in the mon­soon sea­son are nMoy a low sodium diet to thwart off hy­per­ten­sion and wa­ter re­ten­tion ut down the in­take of meat and fish Drink plenty of hot home­made soups Don’t for­get to ex­er­cise Avoid raw foods as far as pos­si­ble at healthy and clean. In­clude the rainy sea­son foods and enMoy a healthy and mar­vel­lous mon­soon

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