Home Health Nutrition Nutrition oi-Neha Ghosh By Neha Ghosh on November 12, 2019 Nectarine (Prunus persica) is a fruit that belongs to the Rosaceae family. The fruit resembles peach fruit, but one can spot the difference between the two through their skin and flavour. Nectarines possess innumerable health benefits which we are going to discuss in the article. Nectarines are packed full of nutrients and antioxidants  and they are of two types - freestone and clingstone. The freestone nectarines have pits that can be easily removed and they are easier to eat. The clingstone nectarines have pits that are harder to remove and are mostly used in cooking and canning. Nectarines are nutrient-dense and low-calorie fruits which come in a variety of colours such as white, yellow, pink and red. Nutritional Value Of Nectarines 100 g of nectarines contain 87.59 g water, 44 kcal energy and they also contain 1.06 g protein 0.32 g fat 10.55 g carbohydrate 1.7 g fibre 7.89 g sugar 6 … [Read more...] about 10 Surprising Health Benefits Of Nectarines
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Home Health Diabetes Diabetes oi-Amritha K By Amritha K on November 12, 2019 One of the most common health conditions to affect people, irrespective of age and gender, diabetes is of two types, type 1 and type 2. About 90 per cent of the cases diagnosed worldwide is type 2, where the body does not produce the required amount of insulin. Diabetes mellitus or diabetes is a chronic condition that occurs when the pancreas doesn't produce any or enough insulin. Insulin helps regulate the blood sugar level by either absorbing the glucose in the blood or storing it in your body for future usage  . The prevalence of diabetes is rising with each day. According to the WHO report on diabetes, the global prevalence of the disease has hiked from 4.7 per cent (1980) to 8.5 per cent (2014). As per the statistics of 2016, an estimated 1.6 million deaths were directly caused by diabetes  . Type 1 diabetes is normally diagnosed in individuals who are below the age of 40. The more … [Read more...] about Diabetes In Women After 40: Symptoms, Causes, Risk Factors, Treatment And Prevention
I’m anxiously waiting to see what happens in Season Two of The Handmaids Tale, the mini-series adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s bestselling novel from 1985. My only regret is that the more I learn about risk, resilience, pregnancy and child development, the more I realize how much we have learned since Atwood penned her novel four decades ago. We now know that: 1. Women who experience the violence perpetrated against the Handmaids would be far less fertile than if the men in power left them with power over their own bodies. 2. The likelihood of premature births, low-birth weights and Caesarean sections would grow exponentially in a population of women being treated as horribly as the Handmaids. The stress of conception (that part of the series has to be seen to be believed) and then the tension of knowing your child will be taken from you, would result in less chance of successful pregnancies, not more. If the goal of the Republic of Gilead is to save the human race, their … [Read more...] about Handmaids Tale Gets One Thing Very Wrong
Home Health Wellness Wellness oi-Sravia By Sravia Sivaram on November 22, 2017 Miss World 2017 Manushi Chhillar's Diet Plan, पुरे दिन में क्या खाती हैं मानुषी छिल्लर | Boldsky Manushi Chhillar has made Indians proud by winning the coveted Miss World Crown after 17 long years! It was indeed a moment of goosebumps for all of us Indians when we heard about this and boy, isn't she a gorgeous young woman! Her svelte figure is what every girl will be dying to achieve right now! Don't worry, ladies, we have got you covered! Here, we have decoded the diet secrets of this young beauty and following this is all that you need to do to get that enviable figure! Yes, we are all green with envy, I admit, but getting there isn't a difficult task at all! Here is a sample menu to make matters … [Read more...] about Revealed!! This Is How Miss World 2K17 Manushi Chhillar Maintains Her Figure With Ease!
Among the blog posts I've written, one of the most popular remains "Why We Need Closure." I think the reason is because it details the painful experiences that come from not knowing why a relationship has ended, not knowing with certainty or clarity our fault in it nor the fault perhaps intrinsically in ourselves that caused it, or, perhaps worst of all, not knowing how to pick up the pieces, despite seeing in them some glimmers of hope. In a similar vein, when in pain caused by circumstances beyond our control, whether romantic or not, we are often told to "forgive." Forgiveness, according to Webster's, is "to cease to feel resentment against (an offender)" or "to give up resentment of or claim to requital for forgive an insult." As a verb, it is a loaded concept, involving some major components which shape our self-image, like responsibility, character, and morality. To be told to forgive, then, is to be told to act in a certain way, as if, in doing so, not only do we absolve … [Read more...] about No, You Don’t Always Need to Forgive