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  • Fibre, also known as dietary fibre or roughage is a type of carbohydrate which is neither digested nor absorbed by our body. However, this important plant-based nutrition is required by our body to maintain digestive health and regulate bowel movement. ...
  • Finding it difficult to pass stool? Is it making you feel distressed and limiting you from carrying out your daily activities? If yes, you may be having constipation. Constipation occurs when a person has difficulty emptying the large bowel; less than ...
  • There are certain fruits and vegetables that should be consumed in the winters. These fruits and vegetables are high in phytochemicals and antioxidants that will help prevent you from catching a cold or having a winter allergy or any other winter-related ...
  • Losing weight can be tough if you are only exercising and not following a healthy diet plan. For weight loss, both exercise and diet are equally important. Scientists have revealed that some foods have an impact on appetite, which can be ...
  • When it comes to hair issues, hair fall and halted hair growth are one of the most common and frequent issues faced by most. Our hair needs proper care and nourishment to bloom. You can't not take care of your hair ...
  • A substance called sulforaphane (SFN) that is usually found in cruciferous vegetables, especially broccoli sprouts, is said to be quite beneficial for the health. Its prime notable health benefits are its ability to perform as an anticancer, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and a ...
  • We all know that eating plenty of fruits and vegetables is good for our overall health. But did you know the benefits of eating more white or brown fruits and vegetables? We will find out in this article. The brown-coloured fruits ...
  • We have heard from our parents and elders that eating green vegetables is good for our health and it's true. Green fruits and vegetables get their colour from a pigment named chlorophyll. Chlorophyll has the powerful ability to regenerate your bodies ...
  • Orange- and yellow-coloured fruits and vegetables are considered to be very healthy. Orange- and yellow-coloured foods provide alpha-carotene and beta-carotene which decrease the risk of heart disease and cancer, a new study reports. Researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and ...
  • Bowel cancer, also referred to as colon cancer, affected around 41,804 people in the UK in 2015 and it caused 16,384 deaths in the year 2016, statistics by Cancer Research UK revealed. Bowel cancer begins in the colon or rectum part ...
  • One of the most rewarding hobbies in the world, gardening is one place where you are blessed with the fruits of your hard work (both literally and otherwise). Although this is a science and involves a lot of planning of which ...
  • Keep that skin peeler and knife back where it belongs in the kitchen drawer, because after reading these amazing benefits of leaves, skin, core and seeds of fruits and vegetables, which are normally considered inedible, will make you want to eat ...
 
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