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Foods To Avoid During Menopause

Mood swings, weak bones, slower reaction times, hot flashes, and unsightly rolls of flab – menopause can be quite daunting, to say the least....
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Why You Should Avoid Spicy Food During Pregnancy

Pregnancy induces a wariness and caution toward what you eat, drink, and do. A similar feeling and myth surround spicy foods during pregnancy. But the fact is, spicy foods are mostly harmless and can be unhealthy only if you're allergic to them, if you feel morning sickness or nausea after smelling or eat them, or if you've always been sensitive to such foods.

6 Foods To Avoid Before Bed

Munching on snacks late at night while watching your favorite movie is one of the easiest ways to have fun during the weekend. Though...

9 Natural Ways To Induce Labor

After waiting for 37 weeks of gestation, when you are ready to have a baby, it might be comfortably snuggled in your womb and...

Acid Reflux? Here Are 10 Foods You Should Avoid

The entrance to your stomach is usually closed by a valve called the lower esophageal sphincter (LES). The LES opens when you eat food...
Pregnancy Food Craving: What Are The Top Food Cravings During Pregnancy

What Are The Top Food Cravings During Pregnancy

The myriad of hormonal changes you go through when you are pregnant can impact your taste and smell to a great extent. You may experience...
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9 Natural Remedies For Bronchitis

If you've bronchitis, you're probably coughing up a storm. All natural remedies that can help thin the phlegm in your chest and get it moving include inhaling steam with a few drops of eucalyptus oil added to the water, drinking copious amounts of water, and having warm soups, spicy foods. If your throat hurts, try warm honey-lemon water or gargling with salt water.

Does Food Impact Quality Of Sleep?

Overdosing on caffeine or alcohol or eating certain foods, including fast foods, can leave you deprived of sleep. Avoid sugar (it pumps up adrenaline levels, keeping you alert), spices (they cause uneasy acid reflux), and alcohol (induces sleep at first, but later disrupts it). Consume almond milk, turkey, eggs, and chocolate - sources of tryptophan, a natural sleep inducer. Eat right to sleep well.
Foods To Avoid Before Bed To Prevent Insomnia

Foods To Avoid Before Bed To Prevent Insomnia

Avoid alcohol and foods containing MSG, that upon digestion are very stimulating to the brain. Spicy foods and tomatoes cause acid reflux. Sugar and high glycemic foods cause late night dip in blood sugar triggering cortisol release that keeps you active. Eat veggies, foods rich in protein and healthy fats and small portion of whole grains. Practice meditation.