Go Bitter In the Rains

Go Bitter In the Rains

Immunity levels suffer a setback during monsoon and it becomes really difficult to digest food. Then there is the risk of all kinds of skin and stomach infections. According to ayurveda, bitter foods are a great combat material for rain toxins. They neutralize pita dash, help in digestion and have anti-bacterial properties. Gourds- Vegetables like snake gourd, ash gourd, bitter gourd et al are extremely nutritious and are a much better option than leafy greens during the monsoons. They are rich in minerals like calcium, magnesium, and perk up your…

Living Too Short; Dying Too Long

Living Too Short; Dying Too Long

As we rounded the corner into the 21st century, physicians and medical researchers took special note to the state of health and medical care in the United States and the industrialized world. Looking back over a century gone by, the comparisons of diseases are remarkable. In the early 1900s people primarily died of infectious diseases. The 4 leading causes of death in the U.S. back then were pneumonia, tuberculosis, diphtheria, and influenza, and people had a life expectancy of a little more than 43 years. But thanks to the discovery…

Vegetarianism-either good or bad for our health

Vegetarianism-either good or bad for our health

Benefits of Being Vegetarian: “Why should one be vegetarian? Because the God inside us wants it”, , the present Guru Ji of Dera Sacha Sauda. One of the foremost principles of Dera Sacha Sauda stresses upon vegetarianism. Our religions have supported vegetarianism since ages. And now researches have also shown that human beings are vegetarian by nature. There are a number of evidences that reinforce people to be vegetarian; be it related to health, environment or ethics. The following sections share some of the facts beneficial for a healthy and…

Keep your home clean

Keep your home clean

Find out how good home hygiene can help prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as MRSA, E. coli and Colostrum difficult (C. diff). Advances in vaccination and antibiotic treatment have made people complacent about hygiene, say public health experts. This is especially true in the home, where there has been a tendency to assume, wrongly, that the risk of infection is low. But scare stories in recent years about SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), avian flu (HAHN), food poisoning, the winter vomiting bug(rhinovirus) and hospital-acquired infections such as MESA and C. diffhave made hygiene a concern. Experience has also shown that as…