Women, Would you mind replacing all other medicines with this one product????-A must have Ayurvedic product after age of 40 years.

As we all know that after the age of 40 years, our body’s nutrition absorption capacity reduces. Hence our body could not retain much nutrients as is necessary and we have to become more dependedent on supplements. As per the research, almost 59% of women are suffering from Anemia and almost 7 out of 10 women are suffering from Vitamin-D defficiency. This often leads to reduction in the RBC (Red Blood Cells) as well as lowering our Hemoglobin levels which may case weakness in our body and also affects our immunity power.

If proper care is not taken at such age then it may cause many other problems like, Menstrual problems, Reduced Metabolism, Hormonal Imbalance, PMS, problems in Menopause. Also the overall reduction in calcium levels may lead to Bones related diseases like- Osteoporosis, Joint pain, Heart diseases as well.

So this product names Naturamore encompasses all the required nutrients for your body and you need not to eat medicines for individual problems. It contains various nutritional elements like:-

  • Oats : which contains fibrous elements for our digestive problems as well as Hormonal Imbalance.
  • Soya: For Protein Isolation.
  • Calcium: For overall Bones Health & Maintaining Bones Mineral Density.
  • Iron/ Folic Acid: For increasing Blood counts & Anemia
  • Biotin: For Skin , Hair & Nail care.
  • Lycopene: which acts as an Anti-Oxydent.
  • Aloevera: For Digestion Problems.
  • OMEGA 3 DHA: For Mind & Eyes care as well as overall Metabolism.
  • Vitamins & Minerals: For daily energy levels.

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This product can be taken by women of any age group. But it is a must for women of age above 40 years.

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Are you using Refined Oil?? You are soon to be detected by some major diseases!!!

When it comes to eating healthy, it starts with what you are cooking WITH.  

With the endless choices on the store shelves it’s hard to know which to choose.  Butter vs. margarine, extra virgin olive oils, refined oils like vegetable and canola.

There is evidence pointing in the direction that it isn’t animal fats causing our epidemic levels of heart disease, but vegetable oils.  Research is showing that butter consumption at the turn of the century was about 18 lbs per person per year and the use of vegetable oils was non existent.  Cancer and heart disease were rare.  Today butter consumption is just above 4 lbs per person per year while the use of vegetable oils and refined oils has soared.

WHAT ARE REFINED OILS AND WHICH ONES SHOULD YOU AVOID?

Definition:  An oil has been refined by using chemicals that are harmful to us.  In short it means to ‘purify’. But the meaning of purify has many definitions.  It may mean the oil was treated with acid, or purified with an alkali, or bleached.  It can also be neutralized, filtered or deodorized.  All of which require chemicals like Hexane!

For refining the oil, it has to pass through the heating process at about more than 200 degree and that too twice – one to extract oil and second time to remove it’s smell..!! In the process of making and refining these types of oils, it leads to PUFas (rancid polyunsaturated fatty acids) which DO NOT hold up well to high heats.  In the process of being extracted from the seed these oils oxidize and turn into trans fats.  The smell is so rancid that a cleaning process has to take place using bleach to deodorize it.

AVOID:

  • Canola oil
  • Vegetable oil
  • Soybean
  • Corn oils
  • Margarine (or any other ‘buttery’ spread)

But most of all AVOID Hydrogenated oils (Crisco and margarine) ~  This is one of the most dangerous products on the market today!  It has actually been BANNED in 2 European countries, but not ours.

Hydrogenated oil is made by forcing hydrogen gas into oil as high pressure.  The more solid the oil is the more hydrogenated, such as margarine and Crisco or lard.   When hydrogenated oils are made the healthy fats are converted into a new type of fat, known as trans fat.  This is the one subject that you will find an overwhelming agreement from Doctors, scholars, and scientists alike.  Trans fats should be avoided while healthy fats (found in olive oil, nuts and avocados) should be eaten.

Trans fats are so bad for you, the FDA estimated approximately 95% of prepared cookies, 100% of crackers and 80% of frozen breakfast products contained trans fats. Tran Fats may lead to increasing chances of Heart diseases, Diabetes or may be Cancer. Now that trans fats have to be labeled on products, most companies have removed them from their products.  Sneaky, huh?

Now the question is which oil should we use???

There are pretty options for that, like Mustard oil which has low saturated fats, high mono saturated fats and rich with OMEGA 3. The other considerable option is to use Olive Oil – Extra Virgin, Ghee, coconut oil which has many health benefits.

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GIVING YOURSELF A ‘ME’ TIME – A BEST MIND THERAPY

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For many of us, alone is a negative state of being. Society doesn’t help us with this either; being alone often carries a social stigma, implying isolation, being on the outside. This perceived sense of lonesomeness seems to imply that being by one’s self is not volitional, that it’s not a choice we make but rather, an imposed state where a person is not socially engaged in the way that is somehow expected. Even further, it may imply that there is something actually wrong or defective with a person who remains alone. Unlike being alone,lonelinessoften implies that you are looking for someone or something that you feel you need in order to feel secure and happy. For some, loneliness may be a chronic condition where your own company is never enough; where spending time with yourself may produceanxietyand sometimes worse symptoms such aspanic attacksanddepression. For many, the perceived solution to…

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Could eating like our ancestors make us healthier?????

Could eating like our ancestors make us healthier?

As we look to 2050, when we’ll need to feed two billion more people, the question of which diet is best has taken on new urgency. The foods we choose to eat in the coming decades will have dramatic ramifications for the planet. Simply put, a diet that revolves around meat and dairy, a way of eating that’s on the rise throughout the developing world, will take a greater toll on the world’s resources than one that revolves around unrefined grains, nuts, fruits, and vegetables.

Until agriculture was developed around 10,000 years ago, all humans got their food by hunting, gathering, and fishing. As farming emerged, nomadic hunter-gatherers gradually were pushed off prime farmland, and eventually they became limited to the forests of the Amazon, the arid grasslands of Africa, the remote islands of Southeast Asia, and the tundra of the Arctic. Today only a few scattered tribes of hunter-gatherers remain on the planet.

Photos of plates from around the world

Cultures around the world have centuries-old food traditions, as seen in these dishes from several different populations.

The Evolution of Diet:

Some experts say modern humans should eat from a Stone Age menu. What’s on it may surprise you.

Fundamental Feasts:   For some cultures, eating off the land is—and always has been—a way of life.

It’s suppertime in the Amazon of lowland Bolivia, and Ana Cuata Maito is stirring a porridge of plantains and sweet manioc over a fire smoldering on the dirt floor of her thatched hut, listening for the voice of her husband as he returns from the forest with his scrawny hunting dog.

Map of world locating Bolivia

The Tsimane of Bolivia get most of their food from the river, the forest, or fields and gardens carved out of the forest.

Pictures of the Tsimane in Bolivia

That’s why scientists are intensifying efforts to learn what they can about an ancient diet and way of life before they disappear. “Hunter-gatherers are not living fossils,” says Alyssa Crittenden, a nutritional anthropologist at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, who studies the diet of Tanzania’s Hadza people, some of the last true hunter-gatherers. “That being said, we have a small handful of foraging populations that remain on the planet. We are running out of time. If we want to glean any information on what a nomadic, foraging lifestyle looks like, we need to capture their diet now.”

A Stone Age diet “is the one and only diet that ideally fits our genetic makeup,” writes Loren Cordain, an evolutionary nutritionist at Colorado State University, in his book The Paleo Diet: Lose Weight and Get Healthy by Eating the Foods You Were Designed to Eat. After studying the diets of living hunter-gatherers and concluding that 73 percent of these societies derived more than half their calories from meat, Cordain came up with his own Paleo prescription: Eat plenty of lean meat and fish but not dairy products, beans, or cereal grains—foods introduced into our diet after the invention of cooking and agriculture. Paleo-diet advocates like Cordain say that if we stick to the foods our hunter-gatherer ancestors once ate, we can avoid the diseases of civilization, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, even acne.

That sounds appealing. But is it true that we all evolved to eat a meat-centric diet? Both paleontologists studying the fossils of our ancestors and anthropologists documenting the diets of indigenous people today say the picture is a bit more complicated. The popular embrace of a Paleo diet, Ungar and others point out, is based on a stew of misconceptions.

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GIVING YOURSELF A ‘ME’ TIME – A BEST MIND THERAPY

For many of us, alone is a negative state of being. Society doesn’t help us with this either; being alone often carries a social stigma, implying isolation, being on the outside. This perceived sense of lonesomeness seems to imply that being by one’s self is not volitional, that it’s not a choice we make but rather, an imposed state where a person is not socially engaged in the way that is somehow expected. Even further, it may imply that there is something actually wrong or defective with a person who remains alone. Unlike being alone, loneliness often implies that you are looking for someone or something that you feel you need in order to feel secure and happy. For some, loneliness may be a chronic condition where your own company is never enough; where spending time with yourself may produce anxiety and sometimes worse symptoms such as panic attacks and depression. For many, the perceived solution to keep this fear away is to make sure that you are always in the company of another.

Of course, Loneliness is not “one size fits all”. As with anything, there may be varying degrees of severity depending upon one’s personality and life experiences. For example, loneliness may be experienced by some as a painful reminder of previous loss and abandonment—feeling rejected, not cared for, or unloved. Being alone allows you to drop your “social guard”, thus giving you the freedom to be introspective, to think for yourself. You may be able to make better choices and decisions about who you are and what you want without outside influence. Often, we are swayed by the thoughts, feelings, attitudes, beliefs, and behavior of those in our immediate sphere. Of course, you may ask others for their advice and opinions but ultimately, consulting yourself and making up your own mind about what you want to do will lead you into the life that’s best for you. More specifically, learning how to be alone may serve you well when it comes to knowing what you need and want in a relationship. Some individuals allow their partner to tell them what to feel, what to want and do, largely because that is what their partner wants and needs. Certain relationships even require this. So if you’re too afraid to be alone and function on your own you’ll be selling yourself out, settling for a relationship (often not the healthiest, and sometimes, downright bad) that insures that you’re NEVER alone. The bottom line is that you cannot possibly have a healthy relationship with others if you haven’t learned to have a healthy relationship with yourself.

Learn to be with yourself.

There’s no harm in some alone time.
You spend time with everyone, but you.Give some time to you. S/he deserves it.

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