1. Balanced Meals Your foods decide 80 per cent of what you feel, what you weigh, your mood through the day and your energy levels. A little planning and pre-preparation go a long way in ensuring a smooth sail through the week. Use the weekend to plan what you will eat the next five days of the week. Keep it simple like vegetable lentil khichdi, dal cheela, stuffed roti's, soup and sautéed veggies and sprouts chat. 2-3 types of soups can be made and stored in the freezer. You can temper them the day you have to eat it. Heavier legumes like kidney beans, chickpeas can be boiled and kept. This can be used in salads or quickly sauteed for dinner. It can be easy to wander into the kitchen when you know it's packed with treats, so keep temptation at bay by buying fresh fruits and vegetables, and keeping the candy and junk food out of sight. You will find a sample meal plan to get you through the day with the ideal timings at the end of this article. … [Read more...] about A Nutritionist’s View On Work From Home And Your Health, And A Sample Meal Plan
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4. Reheat at the Right Temperature. If you have leftovers, it is recommended that you quickly store it inside the fridge to prevent contamination from the environment. … [Read more...] about Health Alert: Ready-to-Cook Chicken Contaminated by Deadly Salmonella!
3. Share an uplifting social media post with a friend or loved one. For example, you post an uplifting quote about gratitude with your friends on social media. Or, you celebrate your mother’s birthday with a loving and heartfelt status post on a friendly and uplifting app or platform. Enjoy and celebrate these moments. … [Read more...] about Gratitude Promotes Wellbeing in Hard Times and Good Times
First of all, extract the juice from some basil leaves (about a cup). Add 2 teaspoons of organic honey to the juice. Properly stir the juice. Drink it 2-3 times in a day for a great relief. Next time when this illness comes unannounced, just give this powerful juice a go to experience relief and subside the symptoms of food poisoning. … [Read more...] about Try This Simple, But Powerful, Remedy For Food Poisoning
Spores of Clostridium bacteria are broadly dispersed in dirt, on the land, in lakes, in the intestine tracts of mammals and fish and in the gills of crabs and shellfish. Failure to bring food to the temperature to kill spores, contaminated canned food and uneviscerated fish have all been responsible for botulism outbreaks. … [Read more...] about How To Get Rid Of Botulism (Rare Type Of Food Poisoning)?