For Your Well-Being

These are the questions what the people generally make formally or informally to the friends, relatives, specialists or the experienced ones and the answers given are also some sort of hear-say. I would welcome if they are added and/or attributed authentically. Further, none should rely on information provided here for health problems.Any questions regarding health should be addressed to own physician or other healthcare provider.

Question No.1: Can green tea help me lose weight?
Ans.: A 12-week study in which subjects drank varying amounts of teas containing 690 mg of catechins, concluded that the intake of catechins, like those found in green tea, might be useful in the prevention and improvement of lifestyle-related diseases, mainly obesity.

Question No.2: What’s a natural alternative to combat stress?
Ans.: A plant native to the artic region, thodiola rosea is a proven stress reducer (adaptogen). It is also known to combat depression, improve work performance decrease fatigue, reduce altitude sickness, even treat erectile dysfunction.

Question No.3: How can I burn calories without exercising?
Ans.: Get in the habit of fidgeting while you work. Pace while you talk on the phone. Bounce you knee at your desk, or frequently shift your sitting position. In one study, fidgeting burned 350 extra calories per day.

Question No.4: What causes night-time leg cramps?
Ans.:Calf cramps can be triggered by dehydration, prolonged sitting or a deficiency in potassium, calcium and magnesium. Drink 6 to 8 glasses of water per day, walk or stretch you legs every hour or so, and eat lots of low fat dairy and mineral-rich green, leafy vegetables.

Question No.5: I can’t take dairy foods. What are other food sources of calcium?
Ans.: Non-dairy calcium sources include: canned fish with bones, like sardines, mackerel, salmon: dark-green leafy vegetables, Such as kale, collards and broccoli: calcium and vitamin d-fortified and soy milk: fortified breakfast cereals: and nuts.

Question No.6: What are “green foods”?
Ans.: “Green foods” is a term used to describe young cereal grasses like wheat, barley, oats, alfalfa, spirulina, cholerella, kelp and other sea vegetables,

Question No.7: How do I use honey to speed healing of wound?
Ans.: Apply farm honey (not commercial brands that are heated), to sterile gauze and wound. Change dressing every 24 hours. This can be used for superficial wounds, cuts and burns. Studies show burns treated with honey healed 4 days faster than those without it.

Question No.8: What are the benefits of vitamin C?
Ans.: Vitamin c can block cancer from forming in your body, keep your arteries clear, preserve your vision and prevent cataracts, reduce heart attack risk, lessen or eliminate arthritis pain, boost your skin young-looking.

Question No.9:
What’s the best kind of oatmeal?
Ans.: 3 g of cut oats contain 4 g of fibre per serving, but they take longer to cook. So if you’re in a hurry and opt for instant oats, you’ll lose a gram of fibre in your bowl of oatmeal.

Question No.10:
Are there any herbal remedies for migranes?
Ans.: A recent study demonstrated that butterbur is an effective alternative to migraine medications. After four months of taking 75 mg, two times a day, those taking butterbur cut their migraine episodes in half.