6. May reduce allergy risk in children Nut allergy is the most common food allergy in children. According to a study, high consumption of tree nuts by non-allergic pregnant women can help reduce the risk of nut allergy in children. The consumption of pine nuts is effective in reducing nut allergy at a genetic level. However, more research is needed in the area.  Some studies also suggest that pine nuts are a good alternative for people with wheat allergy as they are gluten-free. … [Read more...] about Amazing Health Benefits Of Pine Nuts (Chilgoza Pine Nuts)
Another reason maskers seem to contain fewer pure conformists than anti-maskers is because maskers’ primary reason for masking up is science. Yes, if people blindly follow the health experts in their decision to wear a mask, that may seem like conformity. But a tenet of philosophy and science and everyday life is that no one has time to learn everything on their own. In making a medical decision, it is logical to trust those who are medically trained, even if they are not always right. The odds would be in your favor. … [Read more...] about Maskers Versus Anti-Maskers: Who Are the Bigger Sheep?
14. Mustard (Sarso) Brown mustard seeds have potent anti-diabetic activity. A study has shown that when mustard seeds are administered in diabetic animals, it may help lower blood glucose levels in both short-term and long-term ranging from seven to 25 days.  … [Read more...] about 14 Kitchen Spices To Prevent And Manage Diabetes
14. Hormonal imbalance As the concentration of glucose in the blood declines, peripheral and central glucose sensors send the information to neuroendocrine and autonomic nervous systems to decrease the progression of hypoglycemia. In cases when the glucose levels are not managed and fall below the normal range, two hormones called growth hormone and cortisol are released. These hormones manage glucose levels but may also cause hormonal imbalance as a side effect when produced in high amounts.  … [Read more...] about All The Possible Symptoms Of Low Blood Sugar Levels (Hypoglycemia)
The bitter taste of edible foods does not signal the presence of intoxicating substances, but the presence of beneficial phytochemicals with potent antioxidative properties. A study says that some flavonoids in citrus fruits, isoflavones in soybeans, phenols in tea, red wine and chocolate and glucosinolates in cruciferous vegetables, are the reason behind the bitter taste of these foods.  … [Read more...] about Healthy Bitter Foods That May Help Lower Blood Glucose In Diabetics