Mar 30, 2019


1. Cinnamon can help to stabilize blood sugar, a good option for individuals with type 2 diabetes. In fact, several studies found that cinnamon intake lowers fasting blood glucose.

2. Cinnamon has all important antioxidants to neutralize free radicals. It even beat out superfoods like garlic and oregano in a study conducted at the The University of Hong Kong.

3. Cinnamon has been found to have anti inflammatory properties that help prevent diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, asthma, tuberculosis, periodontitis, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease and sinusitis.

4. Cinnamaldehyde, one of cinnamon's primary active components, may help fight various kinds of infection. Cinnamon oil, specifically, has been shown to positively treat respiratory tract infections caused by fungi, and can also slow or entirely stop the growth of certain bacterium, like Listeria and Salmonella.


Hair loss can be shocking for men and menopausal women.
Iron deficiency is the main cause of hair fall. People experiencing hair loss also have lower zinc levels and lower biotin (vitamin B7) levels. Moreover, deficiency of vitamin A may also lead to dry and itchy scalp.

So here is a list of foods that are good for strong & healthy hair:
1. Spinach
2. Oysters
3. Carrots
4. Sweet Potatoes
5. Eggs
6. Milk
7. Yogurt
8. Cheese
9. Oats
10. Walnuts
11. Lentils

Last but not least, foods rich in vitamin C are also important, because vitamin C supports the absorption of iron in our body.


“What you think, you become. What you feel, you attract. What you imagine, you create.” ―   Buddha   Three parts of the mind When discussing...