Wednesday, 18 April 2018

Culinary uses of raw mango

Culinary uses of raw mango

Include as much raw mango in your diet as you can, be creative…..
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ENJOY MANGO SEASON TO FULLEST

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Sunday, 15 April 2018

Raw mango and sunstroke

Beat the heat with raw mango

-It is excellent for preventing sun stroke.

-Its high Vitamin C content helps by increasing immunity and preventing the common summer cold.

-It helps in preventing anaemia, TB and typhoid.

-It is quite rich in fibre helps maintain your digestive sysytem.

-Rich  in potassium has the power to keep blood pressure down as well. 

-A high potassium and magnesium content helps to prevent acidosis, muscle cramps, stress and heart problems.

Ever wondered how essential your aam ka achaar and kachi kairi (raw mango) ki chutney and panha is in the summer? No wonder the housewives are busy stocking these up! Add raw mango to your salad, poha, upma or chew on it raw with a little salt and red chilli powder.

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Saturday, 14 April 2018

Coconut water and sunstroke

Coconut water – the fluid of life

Tender coconut water is the natural isotonic beverage with almost the same level of electrolyte balance as we have in our blood.

Here is how it is excellent for the summer:

Oral rehydration medium – high in magnesium, potassium, saline and natural sugar. Popular with athletes.
Keeps the body cool.
Application on the body prevents prickly heat and summer boils and subsides the rashes.

It can be used (in emergencies) as a substitute for blood plasma.
The reason for this is that coconut water (the water found in coconuts – not to be confused with coconut milk, which comes from the flesh of the coconut) is sterile and has an ideal pH level. Coconut water is liquid endosperm – it surrounds the embryo and provides nutrition.

Keeps the body cool.

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Friday, 13 April 2018

Buttermilk and sunstroke

Buttermilk excellent summer drink

Sweating, muscle cramps, nausea, headaches, sunburn – sip on the buttermilk, whipped yoghurt with chilled water garnished with cumin and mint.

It is a good cure for summer diarrhoea caused due to excessive heat. Its pro-biotic properties suit the intestinal tract and help strengthen the digestive system and the immunity of the body.

Buttermilk is rich in potassium, vitamin B-12, calcium, phosphorous.

Go ahead sip on this cooling beverage.

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Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Lemon and sunstroke

#foodstopreventsunstroke
Lemon
Extremely great for the summer, it is worth squeezing a lemon to make a fresh-fruit drink because lemon ranks high as a health food. It contains very few calories and provides a little bit of vitamin C.

You can get rid of dizziness or nausea, which is common during the summer due to the scorching sun, by sucking on lemon or sipping its juice.

Lemon juice also makes an effective thirst-quenching drink in fevers, measles, and pox. Lemon is regarded as a youth restorative.

HYDRATE WELL THIS SUMMER TO KEEP STROKE AT BAY 

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Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Foods to prevent sunstroke

Stay tuned .......fight the heat with right foods

Mercury is soaring and one can easily suffer a heat stroke on extended exposure to the sun.

“Extreme fatigue, thirst, cramps, giddiness are signs of sun stroke.

Heat is the most intense between 2 pm to 5 pm. In fact, Meteorological Department has recorded highest temperatures during those hours.

If it is unavoidable for people to go out during the afternoon, they should cover themselves to avoid the sun.....also apart from increasing water intake. ..their are certain foods which help prevent sunstroke.

Keep watching coming soon.....foods to prevent sunstroke
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#sunstroke #heat #summer #water #hydration.

Monday, 9 April 2018

Video maintaining hydration in summers

Maintaining Hydration in summers

Mercury is soaring high and one can easily suffer a heat stroke.

Staying hydrated is the topmost priority,  not only through fluids but also through hydrating fruits and veggies.... Watch the clipping to know how.

#Indiansummervegetables #hydration #sunstroke #hydratingfruits #shilpsnutrilife

https://youtu.be/z2viYnrqBWI