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Common eating habits that leads to hair fall

17th December 2021
"The food you eat is responsible for the nutrition your hair receives."

The food you eat is responsible for the nutrition your hair receives. So, that it shows the importance of eating healthy and how important it is to control hair loss.

Here is a list of dieting mistakes that may lead to hair loss:

Having an excess of vitamin A:

Vitamin A is described by the National Institutes of Health and Office of Dietary Supplements as a fat-soluble vitamin that is important for vision and proper organ function.

But too much of this micronutrient present in the body, called vitamin A toxicity, can cause hair loss along with several other unpleasant symptoms.


Processed sugar has many adverse effects on the body and deteriorating hair and nail quality is one of them.

High sugar intake leads to an increase in blood glucose which means the body has to produce more insulin.

This further leads to an increase in androgens, or male sex hormones, which can result in the shrinking of the hair follicles and eventually lead to early baldness.

Hair is mainly made of the protein, called keratin. Keratin is a protein that gives structure to your hair.

Alcohol harms protein synthesis and can lead to hair getting weaker and without any luster.

Also, heavy alcohol consumption can create nutritional imbalances and can cause follicle death.

Low intake of zinc and iron:

Iron and zinc too facilitate hair health and need to be included in your diet.

They help in keratin formation which is important for hair growth and health.

Seafood and red meat are rich in iron and zinc, and beans are also a good source of these nutrients for vegetarians.

Low protein diet:

The basic building block of hair is the protein called keratin.

Thus, insufficient protein intake means that you are at a higher risk of hair loss. Lean meat can be an adequate source of protein.

Vegetarians can opt for lentils, spinach, beans, and tofu as sources of protein.

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Must Have Kitchen Appliances for working Women

21st November 2020
"Balancing House chores and work life is not a piece of cake."

If you're a working woman, you probably have a hectic life and face several difficulties balancing your work life and home. Especially if you are a working woman with children who depend upon you. From waking early till late at night, you may be engrossed with all the work throughout the day. If things become easier at home, you'll be at peace with your work-life as well as home life. So, it's better if you equip your kitchen with essential appliances that will help you lessen the burden. Few appliances that you must get your hands on if you are a working woman who wants to eliminate the uncalled stress are listed below. 

Mixer, Blender, and Juicer



Woke up late and don't really have time to make a-1 breakfast? Put some fruits, milk, and honey in the mixer, and ta-da, there you have the healthy nutritious smoothie that you may have with some bread. Having a mixer blender can really ease you with prepping dishes. You won't have to grind your masalas in mortar and pestle. You can simply make the smoothie, or batter of your desire without much manual work. Also, they are easy to use and convenient to clean. 

A Fast-Coffeemaker


Imagine yourself waking up late and having to wait for 10 to 15 minutes to have that perfect early morning coffee that wakes your soul up and gets you ready for the battle of life. Doesn't the waiting time make life feel more difficult? If you have a brewing machine that brews you a perfect cup of coffee early in the morning, then you will have the energy to do all the chores and get ready to enter your work life as well. 

Rice cooker


If you can never skip rice in your meals but have a busy life, then you must get yourself a rice cooker. You simply pour rice and water into the rice cooker and let it do its job while you do your chores around the house. If you try to cook rice in a saucepan, it may get all messy and troublesome to clean afterward. And, if you cook rice in a pressure cooker, then you'll have to sit guard counting all the sithis it blows to make sure the rice doesn't burn. Nowadays, there are rice cookers with advanced technologies that remind you to cook your rice and turn it off once the rice is fully cooked. So, get yourself a rice cooker and have a hassle-free proper meal atleast once a day

Induction/ Electric Cooktop


With an energy-efficient electric cooktop or an induction stove, you won't have to bother about any kind of fire accidents and can make your food easily in less time and effort. It is another must-have appliance if you are a busy person. You won't have to wait for the pans to get hot for pouring something in them as electric cooktop get hot easily and you can cook saving more time and effort. Bring home an induction cooker to give all your cooking problems a smart and energy-efficient solution.

Microwave Oven


A microwave oven is the best go-to option if you have a hectic schedule and don't really have time for home-food. You can simply prepare some dish and throw it in the oven, and wait there for a few minutes. Then enjoy your food. If you do not have much time, you can simply make a smooth batter with flour, choco chips, sugar and let it microwave, then after few minutes, you can have delicious cake or muffins made all by yourself without much effort and time. Moreover, you can reheat pre-cooked food easily. With a microwave oven in the kitchen, you won't have to skip your meals. 

Sandwich maker/ Toaster


If you are a bread-lover with a busy life, do not forget to treat yourself to a sandwich-maker or a toaster. You put bread in it, add some veggies, some mustard, place another bread piece at the top, and close press the lid of the sandwich maker- and within 5 minutes of work, you will have your delicious sandwich in your hand. You may enjoy that delicious home-special sandwich even on your way to work. And if you have kids, it may be the best option for their lunch as well.

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Exercise tips for women over 50

6th December 2021
"It's never too late to start an exercise program. So, If you’re over 50 and looking to start your workout routine, try these simple tips"

When it comes to exercise, many people assume if they weren't active during their 20s, 30s, or 40s, there's no point in getting started in their 50s or even later.

Fortunately, that's just not true. It's never too late to start an exercise program. If you’re over 50 and looking to start your workout routine, try these simple tips

Walk Regularly

Walking has consistently been shown to improve cardiovascular fitness, help keep weight under control, and improve mood in those who maintain a regular walking routine.

Any aerobic exercise (cycling, jogging, and swimming) is great for maintaining lower levels of body fat and improving flexibility and overall body tone, but after age 50, walking has some advantages.

Perform Core Exercises

As we age and become less active, core strength is often one of the first things to suffer.

Poor core strength can lead to a domino effect of other physical aches and pains due to poor body mechanics and poor alignment.

Sore backs, hips, knees, and necks can often be traced back to poor core strength.

The core muscles include more than just the abs, so it's important to consistently perform a balanced core strength workout.

Eat Enough Protein

Many older women aren't getting enough protein to maintain muscle mass.

Protein is the major building block of the body, and because it isn't stored, it needs to be replenished regularly.

Protein can be either complete (those containing 8 essential amino acids) or incomplete (lacking essential amino acids).

Complete proteins are found in most animal sources such as meat, fish, and eggs while incomplete proteins are generally found in vegetables, fruit, and nuts.

Stretch it out

You can improve both balance and flexibility—things that tend to wean a bit in older women—with stretching exercises.

Daily stretching as part of a full-body workout can help keep joints and muscles flexible.

An additional benefit of stretching is that you will open your lungs and encourage deep breathing.

This not only helps to detoxify the body but also reduces the risk of minor aches and pains.

Bodyweight resistance exercises also help with flexibility, as they gently build resilience and strength.

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