With unbalanced lives, we are all more prone to stress than anything else. Statistically speaking, according to Lifeline Australia, alarmingly 91% of adult Australians feel stress in at least one important area of their lives. Almost 50% feel very stressed about one part of their life. Even the World Health Organisation says stress is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide and sadly, fewer than 25% of those with depression worldwide, have access to effective treatments.
Month: July 2016
High cholesterol is something that we have been hearing about for a long time. According to government statistics one-fourth of all deaths among people in the 25-69 year age range is due to cardiovascular diseases. Studies have shown that Indians are affected by heart diseases at a much younger age as compared to people in the West.
Lately, Organic Farming is being taken up as one of the agendas in our budget. While the country is stepping towards increased development, the rising health concerns due to overuse of pesticides has become a cause of concern. The government is making sure it takes the necessary steps in order to promote organic crops and encourage farmers to adapt traditional methods of organic farming.
Being one of the popular roots across the world, beetroot is used in various cuisines globally. In some parts of the world it is processed, boiled and sterilised as pickle while in other parts like India it is eaten as a side dishe, in the form of salad. It is boiled and sliced into pieces and sometimes even cooked. People in India are also inclined towards drinking Beetroot juice.
Statistically speaking there are three out of four people suffering from obesity in India. Around 15 million children are accustomed to obesity with the number rising every year. 73% of Indians are overweight, which more than half the population. While we are bombarded with key messages that speak against body shaming, we still believe it is important to keep yourself physically fit for a better future?
Finding its origins in history dating back to more than 5000 years, wheat grass has been popular for a long time. The benefits of wheat grass are immense. Being consumed in the form of juices and powders, organic wheat grass carries numerous health benefits. It consists of chlorophyll, amino acid, minerals, vitamins and enzymes, which makes it a powerhouse of nutrients.