హోమ్ ఆరోగ్యం సంక్షేమం Wellness | Published: Saturday, September 24, 2022, 14:56 [IST] World Heart Day 2022: ప్రతీ మనిషి యొక్క గుండె ఆరోగ్యం వారి వారి ఆహారపు అలవాట్ల మీదే ఆధారపడి ఉంటుంది. మనం తీసుకునే మంచి ఆహారమే మనల్ని ఎలాంటి అనారోగ్య సమస్యలు లేకుండా చేస్తుంది. కొన్నిసార్లు సరైన ఆహారం దొరక్క చాలా ఇబ్బందులు పడుతుంటాం. మనకు కోట్ల ఆస్తి ఉన్నా ఆరోగ్యం బాగాలేకపోతే ఏమీ చేయలేము. డబ్బున్న వాళ్లకు మంచి ఆహారం కంటే ప్రాసెస్ చేయడిన, అధిక క్యాలరీలతో కూడిన ఆహారమే ఎక్కువగా దొరుకుతుంటుంది. ఇలాంటి వాటి వల్ల భవిష్యత్తులో అనేక రకాల అనారోగ్య సమస్యలు చుట్టుముట్టే అవకాశం ఉంటుంది. ఊబకాయం, అధిక రక్తపోటు, అధిక కొలెస్ట్రాల్ను ప్రోత్సహిస్తుంది. అలాగే అంతిమంగా ప్రాణాంతక గుండె జబ్బులను కూడా వృద్ధి చేస్తుంది. మీ గుండెను ఆరోగ్యంగా ఉంచుకోవడానికి, మీ ప్రధాన భోజనంగా మీరు ఏమి తింటున్నారో, తాగుతున్నారో వాటిపైనే ఆధారపడి ఉంటుంది. అందుకే వాటిపై చాలా జాగ్రత్త వహించాలి. శీతల పానీయాలు, పండ్ల రసాలు, టీ, కాఫీలు... డ్రై ఫ్రూట్స్, హోల్గ్రెయిన్ ఫుడ్స్ లేదా గ్రీన్ … [Read more...] about World Heart Day 2022: గుండె ఆరోగ్యానికి ఏమేం తినాలో.. ఏమేం తినవద్దో తెలుసా?
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Home Pregnancy parenting Baby Baby on September 2, 2022 World coconut day is observed on 2 September every year. The APCC (Asian and Pacific Coconut Community) initiative, the first observance of World Coconut Day, took place in 2009. The World Coconut Day theme for the year 2022 is "Growing Coconut for a Better Future and Life". Coconut milk, obtained from coconut, is said to have ample health benefits and is a common ingredient used in Indian cooking. It has gained popularity around the globe as a replacement for dairy, making coconut milk an easy, cruelty-free addition to your dishes. Coconut milk is made from the flesh of the mature brown coconuts and has a thick consistency with a rich, creamy texture. Coconut milk is high in various vitamins and minerals and is the best option for people who are lactose intolerant and vegans. However, how safe and healthy is coconut milk for babies and children? Coconut … [Read more...] about World Coconut Day 2022: Is Coconut Milk Safe For Babies And Children? Benefits, Risks And Recipes
Home Insync Pulse Pulse on September 25, 2013 Today, we celebrate National Comic Book Day. As a child, we come across a number of comics which we want to fondly read, but then these comics which have an age bar on them are strictly prohibited from children. Youngsters, on one hand believe that the only way to de-stress from the things we do on an every day scale is to simply pick up a comic book and enjoy a good read. However, when we talk about comic books there are only a few of the best that one would prefer. On National Comic Book Day, we present to you some of the worlds best comics you need to read. These comics not only make your day, but also add that special colour into your life. If you ask anyone which is their favourite comic book, you are sure to get a long list of names. Comic books were invented for you to learn the different side of life in an animated way where you get to be apart of a super natural world. Comic … [Read more...] about National Comic Book Day: Best Books To Read
Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Festivals on September 19, 2022 Navratri signifies nine auspicious nights, which is celebrated to commemorate the victory of Goddess Durga on demons whom she slayed on these days. The Nine forms of Devi Shakti are worshipped according to different rituals, puja is performed and fasting is strictly observed. This is also celebrated in Nepal. The festival is celebrated for nine nights, where each night is dedicated to one of the nine different forms of Shakti or Goddess Durga. Let us know about them. 1. Shailputri Temple, Jalalipura One of the Shailputri Temples is located in Jalalipura, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. Goddess Shailputri, being the absolute form of Mother receives worship on the very first day of Navratri. Shailaputri is the daughter of the Himalayas and has the Nandi bull as her vehicle. She removes all the problems incurred due to associating with evil people. She has a … [Read more...] about Navratri 2022: Nine Forms Of Goddess Durga For Nine Days
Home Yoga spirituality Festivals Festivals on September 22, 2022 Navratri is a day of supreme significance for the Hindus pan India. This was the day Goddess Durga annihilated the fiercest demons and restored peace and tranquility to the world. Navratri is dedicated to the nine splendorous forms of Goddess Durga. Each day denotes a colour that upholds a particular aspect of Navratri. Each Navratri has been assigned a particular colour which changes every year. Also, women in Gujarat and Maharashtra, follow the colour code extensively and match the colour with accessories on each day of Navratri. Be it office, or dandiya celebrations and garba dances women never fail to wear the perfect colour for Navratri. It proves tremendously auspicious to incorporate these day-specific colours in your attire and perform the rituals. Let us now the day-wise significance of the nine colours during Navratri. Day 1 Dedicated To Goddess … [Read more...] about Navratri 2022: Day-Wise Significance Of Nine Colours And Their Meaning
Home Insync Pulse Pulse on September 14, 2022 Children are a bundle of joy and choosing a correct name can be a tough yet pleasurable challenge for parents. Sometimes, the name that you would so lovingly choose for the baby may be the name that your child refuses to grow old with. Well make a cup of tea or coffee for yourself, and leave this tricky job to us. We have curated unusual and beautiful baby names for boys/girls to name your cherubic bundle of joy. Aabha - Ray of light Aachal - Steady or immovable Aadhya - First Aadipta - Bright Adrika - Mountain, Hill, An Apsara Or Celestial Nymph. Aadya - Excellent and the first or primeval' Aakanksha - Desire Adrishya - One who conceals herself Ameya - One whose merits cant be measured Anokhi - Unique Anoohya - Indescribable Anindita - One who is blameless Ani - One who is unique Anadya - Existing for eternity Anya - One who is a stranger Arohi … [Read more...] about Unusual Names For Babies And Their Meanings
Home Home n garden Pet care Pet Care on July 31, 2009 How far will you go to save your pet from a danger? Here a man fought with an alligator to save his pet dog! No, he is not a young man but a senior citizen of 65 years old. David Grounds fought off a 7ft alligator to rescue his pet pooch. He leapt into action after the beast tried dragging his pet terrier Mandy into a pond. He would have never got over it if he hadn"t tried to get her free. In the fight, the dog owner lost the parts of his two fingers. He pulled the reptile"s jaws apart and poked its eyes with his thumbs. Grounds, of Palm Beach, alligator,david grounds,dogs,florida,mandy moore,palm beach,pet care, spent two days in hospital as a precaution while Mandy had a cut treated. The gator was later destroyed. Comments More DOGS News pet care Love Pets? Here's A List Of Safest Dog Breeds Ideal For Kids And Families … [Read more...] about The Fight With An Alligator To Save The Pet Dog!
Home Beauty Hair care Hair Care on September 20, 2022 PC, aka Priyanka Chopra, is one of the very few Bollywood names that have made a place for themselves in Hollywood. With one of the best eyebrows and thick manes in the game, PC always looks like a thousand bucks. When it comes to voluminous and revitalised hair, Priyanka Chopra Jonas has always loved relying on simple pantry staples. In a post, Vogue mentioned that Priyanka Chopra Jonas uses a yoghurt hair mask to tackle dry, itchy scalp - so we set out to find that recipe, and here you go! Image: Pinterest Priyanka Chopra's DIY Yoghurt Hair Mask You can always fall back on Chopra's quick hair mask of yoghurt, lemon juice and honey to get lustrous strands and wave goodbye to stubborn dandruff. How to make Priyanka Chopra's DIY yoghurt hair mask Ingredients : Yoghurt, honey and lemon. Directions Combine two tablespoons of yoghurt with one … [Read more...] about Priyanka Chopra’s DIY Yoghurt Hair Mask: Say Goodbye To Itchy-Dry Scalp
Home Women Women on September 9, 2022 Queen Elizabeth II was the head of state for 16 countries: the queen of the United Kingdom as well as the Commonwealth. As British monarch, she was also the head of the Anglican Church. She was born Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor on April 21, 1926, in London, the oldest daughter of King George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. At the time, there was no way to know she would go on to become queen, as her uncle — the Prince of Wales and later King Edward VIII — and her father stood before her. However, she went on to become the longest-lived British monarch as of December 21, 2007, and the longest-reigning British monarch as of September 9, 2015, surpassing her great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria on both counts. Discipline and Dedication Elizabeth represented her father around the world due to his losing battle with cancer. He died on February 6, 1952, while she was in Kenya, and she … [Read more...] about Long Live The Queen: Queen Elizabeth II
Home Art culture Art Culture on September 20, 2022 Often compared to the British Booker Prize, the French Prix Goncourt or the American Pulitzer Prize, the German Book Prize is the most high-profile literary prize in the German-speaking world, where winners can hope for substantial sales of their works. The shortlist, announced on September 20, represents the entire panorama of contemporary German-speaking literature: From the anecdotal to the art novel to the feminist working-class novel and post-migration literature. Whether set in the Hunsrück uplands in southwestern Germany, Istanbul or in Switzerland, among others, their stories tell of human folly, gender fluidity and the history of the German republic from the perspective of those who have built it, namely the guest workers. Here is an overview of the finalists of the German Booker Prize: 1. Fatma Aydemir: 'Dschinns' (German for 'Djinns') German literary … [Read more...] about German Book Prize Shortlist Announced: Here Are The Six Contenders