Apple the king of fruits is known as brain food. Presence of pectin the fiber,Riboflavin the energy producer and Quercetin the brain protector make the fruit more nutritious. It helps to check cancer
Due to misconception and lack of strategy students has fear in solving Mathematical problems. If it is followed strategically then solving sums becomes fun and students overcome Maths anxiety.
Career planning is not a fun it is a strategy to become free with economical crisis and well-settled job profile. But majority of people fail to achieve. Reasons following facts are cogitable.
Beauty and glow start deep inside the human body at the cellular stage. Fruits containing specific nutritional constituents play significant role to balance and nourish skin naturally.
Tulsi the mother medicine of nature is rich in antioxidant and known for adaptogenic properties. The sacred plant is found almost all Hindu families in India because of its mythological importance.
Ganoderma Lucidum , The king of herbs is miraculous due to the presence of its five vital components i.e. Polysaccharides, Organic Germanium, Adenosine, Triterpenes and ganoderic essence. By Rekha Raj
Nature has gifted the mankind thousands of herbs with medicinal and nutritional values but Neem, Tulsi, Spirulina, Ganoderma Lucidium , Morinda Citrifolia and Aloe Barbadensis Miller are super.
Stevia the healthy and perfect sugar substitute is known as the natural sweetener with no calories.Due to supression of cravings properites Stevia help s to maintain health and weight. By Rekha Raj
Flax seed, the richest vegetarian source of omega-3, is well known for its health benefits. Its unique angiosperm has power to prevent even colon and breast cancer.
Ganoderma the miraculous herb is well known for its medicinal values and used as natural cleanser and healer. In spite of several medicinal properties it has a number of adverse side effects also.
Spirulina the blue-green algae has been emerging as the super food in the era. It is being successfully used to treat wide range of ailments. An article by-Rekha Raj Giri