Posts Tagged ‘health’

Health benefits of dance


Improve flexibility
Boost Memory
Reduce Stress
Make friends
Increase energy
Help your heart
Lose weight
Balance better
Diminish depression

Health Benefits of bananas


Bananas are a caloric dense fruit. Consumption of just one banana anytime throught the day makes one fee energetic.
Bananas contain short chain fatty acids which are essentially needed by the cells lining the intestinal tract to stay healthy.This further improves the nutrient absorption. They are a good sources of potassium and magnesium which aid in maintaining normal blood pressure and are heart protective.The high potassium content promotes bone health too.
Banana help counteract the urinary calcium loss caused due to increase ion potassium level in the urine
Bananas have an antacid effect and are said to protect against stomach ulcers.

An Egg Yolk a day Keeps the Doctor Away

Most people today are very deficient in most of the fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E and K2) and would benefit greatly from the healthy dose that a couple of egg yolks a day can bring. In fact, egg yolks will keep the doctor away much more than the fructose-rich apples will. The cholesterol in them is also much needed, especially for children, menopausal women, elders or anybody with adrenal problems. On their parts, egg whites are not such a big deal and can even cause problems for some people. Appreciate that tasty super-food without guilt and discard the white without loosing anything meaningful if you suspect that that make you feel bad. All hail to the egg yolk omelet!

1) Eggs are one of the most versatile foods on the market. What other ingredient can cause a souffle to rise and a custard to thicken? What else can be scrambled, fried, poached, and baked – with equally delicious results? Eggs are just as handy when separated. Egg whites make delicate meringues and elegant angel food cakes, while egg yolks enrich sauces, cakes, and pie fillings.

2) Eggs have a high nutrient density because, in proportion to their calorie count.

3) Speaking of protein, egg protein quality is so high that scientists often use eggs as the standard by which the protein quality of other foods is measured.

4) Did you say “lean”? As for the fat found in eggs, two-thirds of it is the healthy unsaturated kind.

5) Eggs have always been a bargain, nutritionally and economically. Studies have found that eggs are one of the best protein buys.

6) Any time of the day is right for eggs.

7) Egg yolk is an excellent source of choline, a nutrient now considered essential for human health.

8) Lutein and zeaxanthin are two newly-recognized nutrients that have put eggs in the “functional foods” category. A functional food is one that provides health benefits beyond its basic nutrient content.

9) On weekends, when time is not an issue, eggs can be elegant.

10) For those interested in weight loss, research indicates that increased protein and reduced carbohydrate intake stabilize blood sugar been meals, which can lead to reduced between-meal snacking.

11) Children like eggs, too!

12) Convinced yet? Why not try out new egg ideas with your family?

Pears are water rich fruits with good amounts of Vitamin C


Pears are water rich fruits with good amounts of Vitamin C and dietary fibre. It is always better to have the whole fruit to enjoy its complete health benefits.

Fitness and Sport

Morning exercise


Benefits to exercise:

  • By keeping physically active, you help keep your joints and body organs in good working condition
  • Increases your energy levels and brain activity
  • Increases self confidence if you know you look and feel better
  • Meet new people if you join a fitness class or local sport club