Every human being is different physically, psychologically and physiologically. For that reason, different foods are beneficial or harmful for different human beings depending upon their physical and mental makeup climate of the place they reside in, current health conditions, status of the tissues etc but there is a set of certain foods which are beneficial for a vast majority of the adults under the most diverse circumstances. We have compiled that list in the image below.
Just 6 months ago, my husband said to me for the very first time, “honey, I am thinking of eliminating milk from my diet.” “Why”, I asked. " 'Coz I read a new research stating that its not good for health. It is one of the reasons for cancer, causes cholesterol, acne, lactose intolerance and many more health issues”, he exclaimed! Well, he is not the only one! Thanks to a recent research study, quite a few number of people have come to believe the same. Let's look at 3 thing
Hailing from the East and settled in the West; I see vast differences in the way sex is treated as a subject in both parts of the world. Growing up, it was slowly but firmly ingrained in me that pre-marital sex is a taboo. The advantage to this approach is manifold. The rates of teen pregnancy are low. Children have a sense of knowing right from wrong since an early age albeit out of fear of parents or social stigma. As a result of non-indulgence, the child’s focus is not los
Growing up, I was one of those so-called 'forward' teenagers who followed the latest trends and craze. Being an Army Officer's daughter added fuel to the fire. As a kid, I was healthy. My diet consisted mostly of home-cooked, balanced meals prepared with love by my mom and we ate out only once in a while. But I slowly fell into the trap of the latest health fads. I completely stopped having ghee at the age of 14. (For those of you who don't know, ghee is clarified butter whic