How to Stay Healthy by Eating Healthy Food

Parsley could help in breast cancer treatment

Parsley carries a potent compound (apigenin) that can halt breast cancer cells from reproducing, according to researchers. Apigenin is most prevalent in parsley and celery, but can also be found in apple, orange, nuts and other plant products.

Honey to soothe asthma attacks

Smelling a jar of honey while having a breathless episode helps soothe those horrible asthma attacks

Mulberry juice 'can help shrink wrinkles'

New research has found that mulberry is packed with anti-aging properties that could give skin back its youthful bloom and even reduce the onset of wrinkles and gray hair. Mulberry contains up to 79 per cent more antioxidants than other superfruits. It also has resveratrol, which gives red wine its health-boosting properties. Mulberry juice contained more than twice as many antioxidants as orange and cranberry juice, or a handful of blueberries.

Corn Starch for Stinky feet

For stinky feet, sprinkle the inside of your shoes with corn starch which absorbs moisture, keeping your feet drier

Carrots can help prevent breast cancer

Carrots can halt the progress of breast cancer in the early stages of the disease. The Retinoic acid, which is contained in carrots, reverses early changes in cells that lead to breast cancer. The chemical impacts cell growth, proliferation and survival. It can halt cancer progress early on, but not at later stages.

Just a spoonful of sugar makes infections go down

Just a spoonful of sugar can even that killing edge to antibiotics against infections. Glucose and fructose – types of sugar found in plants – make deadly bugs behind chronic infections more vulnerable to drugs. Sugar can improve the effectiveness of antibiotics against infections.

Lemon juice for indigestion

Drink a glass of lemon juice in lukewarm water with honey after meals. It effectively relaxes indigestion and burning.

Coffee lowers risk of prostate cancer

According to the recent research, those who consumed six or more cups a day were almost 20 percent less likely to develop prostate cancer over two decades than those who drank none. It does not matter whether the coffee is caffeinated or decaffeinated. Coffee is a major dietary source of antioxidants, and other studies have suggested that drinking it is associated with health benefits, including a lower risk of Type 2 diabetes.

Blood Pressure drop

If you have low blood pressure, eat small low-carb meals multiple times a day to prevent a sharp BP drop after meals.

Ajwain

Mix a teaspoon of ajwain with a little rock salt and chew it to tie indigestion and gas.

Turmeric for acne

Mix turmeric into your face cream and apply on problem areas. It's an effective remedy for skin spots, acne and dryness

Green tea increases the metabolic rate

Green tea has been shown to increase the metabolic rate. You can burn 70 additional calories by drinking five cups of green tea per day.



Source by Neetu Matta