Barley grass powder is made from dried and grounded leaves of the barley plant. This plant has been cultivated as food as early as 7,000 BC. Apart from its high levels of easy-to-digest vitamins and minerals, barley grass powder has curative effects too. In today’s post, we are listing down all the wonderful health and…Continue Reading
Moringa oleifera is a small to medium-sized tropical tree native to the Indian subcontinent. The tree is easily recognizable from its light colored knotty trunk and highly branched compound leaves. The fruit of the Moringa tree are thin, 1 ½ -2 ft. long pods. Moringa is commonly known as drumstick tree because of these pods…Continue Reading
These shiny, nutty seeds have an earthy aroma and a host of health benefiting properties. I first came across this wonder seed while reading up on hair health. Experts seem to agree that if you need some help with hair fall and want to grow your hair, there is nothing like a regular dose of…Continue Reading
Sunflower Seeds For Youthful Skin
These tasty little seeds make a great filling snack to munch on, and children tend to love their sweet, nutty flavour too.
As the seeds of the sun-worshipping sunflower, they also help to promote glowing, youthful skin. They’re rich in vitamin E, your body’s main fat soluble antioxidant. This travels…Continue Reading
10 Quinoa Seeds Nutrition Benefits
1. Quinoa is High in Protein
Quinoa Seed is one of the few grains contains all nine of the essential amino acids. Most grains are low in lysine, therefore they are considered incomplete proteins. But, quinoa actually contains lysine, as well as all eight of the other amino acids, making it a…Continue Reading
Stretch Marks Treatment
Many of us have trouble wearing cut-sleeves and shorts just because of those embarrassing stretch marks lying on our upper arms and thighs. Almond oil can help you get rid of those ugly marks.
Sweet almond oil has amazing emollient qualities that have a strengthening and nourishing effect on the skin. Massaging with almond…Continue Reading
From boosting immunity to helping ensure good sleep, pumpkin seeds offer many potential perks.
You know what it means when the weather turns cool and the leaves start to change, right? It means make way for the pumpkin riot. Market produce bins are like exploding cornucopia spewing orange squash, windows everywhere host dancing paper pumpkins, and…Continue Reading
What Are the Health Benefits of Raw vs. Dry Roasted Cashews?
Cashews make a healthful addition to your diet, and consuming just 2 ounces of nuts each week benefits your cardiovascular health, explains Harvard Medical School. Nuts improve blood vessel function and lower your cholesterol, ultimately helping to protect against cardiovascular disease. Raw and dry-roasted…Continue Reading
Pumpkin seed protein is one of the most powerful plant proteins out there.
Being plant-based makes it more friendly to the environment and animal welfare. Pumpkin seed protein is also incredibly healthy and can give you true superpowers.
Check Out The Top 6 Health Benefits Of Pumpkin Seed Protein
1. Pumpkin Seed Protein Is High In Iron
Jamun fruit is a fruit of an evergreen tropical tree that typically grown in throughout Southeast Asia. Scientifically named Syzygium cumini, Jamun fruit comes from the flowering plant family called Myrtaceae. (some others called it Jambolan, Jambil, Indian blackberry, and Java plum.). It is of an oval shaped with green color, turning pink to deep…Continue Reading