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Some Health Benefits of Papaya

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Papayais also called “the fruit of the angels”. It is very rich in Vitamin C and other minerals marking its necessity in your diet.


Some Health Benefits of Papaya are:
·Lowers cholesterol- the presence of fibre, antioxidants and Vitamin C helps arteries from blocking due to cholesterol build-up.
·Weight loss- since it has high fibre, it makes you feel full but since has low calories, helps you lose weight.
·Strong immunity- The immense amount of Vitamin C helps to build up immunity to avoid diseases like flu.
·Good for diabetes- instead of tasting sweet, it has low sugar content making it suitable for people with diabetes to satisfy their craving for something sweet without affecting their diabetes.
·Beneficial for eyes- the presence of Vitamin A supports the health of the eyes and prevents degeneration. It improves vision and avoids cataract.
·Prevents arthritis- the vitamin C content also helps in strengthening the bones and the inflammation caused by arthritis.
·Enhances digestion- our bod…

Health Benefits of Amla

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Amla can be consumed as raw fruit, juice, powder, dip, pickle, candy, jam or spreads. It is a mine of nutrients and is beneficial for various parts of the body, some of which are indispensable for a healthy self. It is bitter in taste but the results it produces are worth it.
Some benefits offered by Amla:
Vitamin-C helps affect the common cold or a cough.
●To improve your eye health like watering, reddening, cataract, tension, vision, the content of carotene is effective.
●The fibre content and tannic acid cures constipation and make you less bloated. ●It also helps you reduce weight by preventing cravings.
●It is a well-known remedy for healthy hair. It reduces greying, prevents  dandruff improves hair growth by providing proper blood circulation and strengthening hair follicles.
●It improves skin quality and acts as anti-ageing.
●Reduction of cholesterol and an increase in insulin secretion is supported by the chromium content.
●It increases blood cell count, improves tissue deficiency, liv…

8 Health Benefits of Kiwi

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●Due to the crucial amount of Vitamin C, it is good for skin and to heal wounds.
●It improves sleep quality in adults with sleep problems. Eating two kiwis 1 hour before sleeping helps you nod off quickly.

●Potassium content improves heart functioning and blood pressure as it relaxes the blood vessels. It also prevents the formation of kidney stones.
●Cancer can be effectively prevented with the help of antioxidant content.
●They are effective for bone health, constipation, and inflammatory problems.
●During pregnancy, it provides folate to support cell division.
●Excess amounts can create heart problems, kidney working and certain allergies. Also, can interfere with blood-thinning medications.
●One to three kiwis a day will boost up the nutrient level.
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Importance of Stretching

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Why Stretching is essential

No doubt, folks are much enthusiastic about fitness and heavy weight lifting. But what about stretching? Do you stretch during the workout or maybe after that? If you answered as no, maybe the following facts will change your mind about it.





Benefits of Stretching:
Thorough scrutiny has shown stretching plays a crucial role in an athlete’s life. 
●Improves posture ●Reduces the risk of muscle soreness resulting from the exercise ●Stretching can help improve flexibility, and, consequently, the range of motion of your joints. ●Stretching right before a heavy lift will immediately increase your range of motion and might help to get more out of the exercise. ●Stretching your ankles and hip flexors will also help with heavy lifts like the squat and deadlift. ●Improve you are muscular performance ●Decrease your risk of injury
Clearly, just by adding 15 mins stretching session along with your daily routine can bring a vast difference in your fitness factor.
Some basic and eff…

9 Cool Facts about Pineapple

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Pineapple is a tropical fruit, the pulp of which contains 86% water, 13% carbohydrates, 0.5% protein, and negligible fat.




● In raw form, it supplies 50 calories (in 100 gm) and is rich in manganese and vitamin C.

● It is full of other nutrients also including antioxidants that help our body fight oxidative stress (free radicals are present in our body that creates inflammation, weakens the immune system, and other harmful diseases), reduces the risk of heart diseases, diabetes and several cancers (as it is related to inflammation and oxidative stress).

● Pineapple contains bromelain, which is a digestive enzyme, the one affects inflammation and also breaks down protein molecules easily to improve digestion, helping people with pancreatic problems, all of which create a much longer-lasting effect.

● It is very effective in children to lower the risk of viral and bacterial infection by four times.

● Arthritis also creates inflammation and pineapple can be helpful for short term relief.

● A…