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Replace your commercial hair products with these natural hair masks that are safe and healthy for your hair. These masks not only moisturize and strengthen your hair but also reverse the damaged caused by chemical-laden hair products. Egg yolk and avocado, buttermilk and lemon juice, milk and honey, and mango butter masks are a few DIY hair masks that will give you soft and healthy hair!
On the skin, the vitamins C, A, and E help produce collagen and fight oxidative stress. Vitamin A also supports the creation of skin cells while vitamin E absorbs UV radiation, making it perfect for photoprotection. For a moisturizing face wash or mask, mash up banana or papaya. Berries are also extremely high in antioxidants, so they’re perfect for healthy masks. Mango plus sugar creates a vitamin-rich scrub, while watermelon water can be used as a cooling toner.
Popular foods like potato, berries, oats, and chocolate are not only delicious but also healthy! Most of them are loaded with antioxidants, which promote your heart and brain health. Although not strictly considered foods, oregano and green tea are other popular yet healthy options to include in your diet. However, remember to enjoy them in moderation as eating too much could cause more harm than good.
All fruits and vegetables are excellent health foods and are recommended by experts around the world. But, some fruits and vegetables have certain drawbacks that we must be aware of to avoid unwanted health complications. Fruits and veggies that may have high sugar or salt content, or contain harmful chemicals used to preserve them can be detrimental to our health. Such fruits and veggies must be avoided.
Carbohydrates get a bad reputation and a blanket ban in weight loss, but the carbs you should be avoiding are the processed versions. Whole carbs and complex variants are actually good for us. Mangos and chickpeas are the uncrowned champions of healthy carb consumption. Whole grains are always an ideal choice. Quinoa and popcorn are an excellent low-calorie option. Sweet potations are an unconventional alternative, as are a few servings of almonds.
Switch from store-bought ice pops to homemade fiber and fat-rich ones without compromising the flavor. Blend grapefruit, watermelon, honey, and ice to make fiber-rich grapefruit ice pops. Similarly, blending avocado and lemon juice with a sweetener of your choice is a healthy yet tasty ice pop. Ginger strawberry and mango coconut milk ice pops are great icy treats, too.
Mango butter contains vitamin C, which has antioxidant properties. Applying it on your hair and skin can give you several benefits. Mango butter battles acne, reduces stretch marks, reduces inflammation, and even treats wounds. It also moisturizes your skin, hair, and scalp, keeping them soft and nourished.
Diabetes is getting to be a widespread problem with the adoption of junk and processed food that has become a staple in our diets...
Used in Ayurveda for decades now, turmeric is an amazing herb for your health. Eating turmeric every day can prevent/treat many diseases including cancer, arthritis, indigestion, respiratory issues, and heart disease. It will also detoxify your liver, purify the blood, improve sleep quality, and treat depression. Add turmeric to your diet in dishes, tea, as a paste, or in the form of smoothies.
Muscle and joint pains are sometimes caused because of being over weight. Excess upper body weight may cause pain in the lower parts of the body. Such pain can be overcome by drinking juices made from certain fruits and herbs. Fruits such as pineapples and strawberries and herbs like mint and rosemary are effective in combating obesity and weight-related pain.
It is always delightful biting into sweet, delicious, and fleshy mangoes. Not only are they super tasty, but are loaded with nutrients, which makes...
When you're pregnant, there will be a million things on your mind in order to take care of yourself and your growing unborn child....
If you love mangoes, there is no reason why you should desist from indulging in the king of fruits in summer. Loaded with 20 different vitamins, antioxidants, and carotenes, mangoes are a powerhouse of nutrients that have many health benefits from diabetes control, regulation of body fat, heart and liver health maintenance and immunity. Mangoes fight cancer, have anti-inflammatory properties and keep the eyes healthy.
All these years, we have been eating our fruits and vegetables incorrectly. We eat less useful parts of the fruit and throw away the most...
Named after the spiritual guru–Buddha, Buddha bowl recipes are packed with nourishing and filling foods that comfort your digestive system and soul! Unlike detox...
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