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Posted By: PUJA BANERJEE on December 15 2021 at 10:40 PM
Winters are the perfect time for warm food, drinks and clothing. With ever changing metabolism and energy levels, the urge to stay fit goes up. So let’s buffet around the must-have items in our homes! 1. Immunity boosting supplements: Health benefits: We're all aware of how winter can compromise our immunity system. You can enhance your body’s absorption of nutrients from the food you eat and get an added support boost from dietary supplements. How to eat: Supplements come in different forms - tablets, gummies, liquid/syrup or powder. Always speak to your healthcare provider before starting off on supplements. 2. Wholegrains: Health benefits: To make your winters more healthy, consider adding whole grains to your diet. These boost your immune system, keeping your skin healthy, are good for gut health, helping in digestion. Whole grains are known for being rich in starch, fiber, protein and iron. How to eat: Pick any item from maize, bajra, pearl millet etc and include them in your diet. 3. Jaggery & honey: Health benefits: You know what completes the Winter diet? A touch of jaggery and a dollop of honey! Jaggery, also known as Gur in Hindi, is not only a healthier alternative of sugar, but it also produces heat in the body, giving you that extra warmth. On the other hand, honey with its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory skills, keeps your skin hydrated. How to eat: So, it's time to replace your sugar with these two and lead a healthy life! 4. Teas: Health benefits: Cold and crisp winter evening with a cup of tea, does it get any better than this? Having tea during winter can boost your metabolism and promote fat oxidation. How to eat: Did you know that Green Tea and Matcha are both high in antioxidants? The next time you have tea, you can add a smidge of ginger to fight the cold weather. 5. Chyawanprash: Health benefits: A mix of different kinds of Ayurvedic herbs, Chyawanprash sure reminds us of our childhood! Along with the fact that it purifies our blood, it also improves digestion and does so much for our health. How to eat: Have it 2-3 times a day with warm water and watch it cleanse your respiratory system and boost your immunity this winter. 6. Turmeric milk: Health benefits: Did you know that Turmeric offers you relief from the common cold, sinus, painful joints in winter and also manages your blood sugar levels? Having Turmeric with milk, also known as golden milk will give you that extra boost of immunity, as milk has calcium, protein and vitamin B12 How to eat: Add a pinch of turmeric with milk before bedtime and drink it to be in the best of your health. You can also choose from our range of turmeric latte! 7. Amla: Health benefits: Do you know what is known as the winter superfood? Amla! Why? Because it is the richest source of vitamin C, which is perfect to boost immunity. It also cleanses the colon and removes excess toxins from the body. What's more? It is effective against dandruff and other skin care issues during winter. How to eat: Pick any kind of amla available in the market and have it raw on an empty stomach every morning! 8. Antioxidants: Health benefits: Mosambi or sweet lemon, beans, beets and spinach are the best antioxidants for winter. Vitamin C is mosambi aids in the production of collagen, while the others help in regulating the blood cholesterol levels. How to eat: You can consume the various antioxidants during a meal or after that.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on December 12 2021 at 10:23 PM
Snail mucin, also known as snail slime, is one of the most talked-about new skincare ingredients. Snails, as in the little critters that live in your garden or appear on fancy French restaurant menus. To be sure, there's an ick factor, but if you can get past that, snail mucin is a surprisingly effective ingredient. Dermatologists point out that it hasn't been studied as thoroughly as many of its other skincare ingredient counterparts, so it's critical to separate the science from the hype. Type Of Ingredient: Moisturizer and collagen-stimulator Main Benefits: Moisturizes skin, promotes collagen production, aids in skin healing and regeneration. Who Should Use It: Snail mucin can be used on all skin types, but it is recommended for those with dry skin because of its hydrating properties. And, unless you're allergic to the ingredient, most people tolerate it just fine. (However, because it is derived from an animal, it is not suitable for vegans.) How Often Can You Use It: This is largely dependent on why you're using it (since it has numerous advantages) and what kind of product it's in. In general, you can take snail mucin once or twice a day. Works Well With: It's frequently combined with antioxidants and retinol, as well as staples like vitamin C, glycolic acid, and other moisturizing ingredients. Don't Use With: It is unknown whether it interacts poorly with other ingredients because research is still limited. There is currently no evidence that it does. Recommended products: Cosrx Advance Snail 92 All in One cream If you want to use snail mucin as a multi-purpose anti-aging ingredient, look for it in a serum, which will have a higher concentration of the ingredient. Apply it in the morning and evening, after cleansing and before applying any other products.
Posted By: Khadija Islam on August 23 2021 at 02:41 PM
BUJO BUJO or bullet journaling is a method to jot down tasks or ideas using pen and paper. This type of journaling is easy to track and does not require too much time + yields maximum productivity. Here are some easy ways to get started. Step 1: Equipment Most BUJO's that we see online are highly aesthetic, artistic and organized. Remember your BUJO should only serve you. It has to be productive more than pretty. To get started all you need is a notebook (ruled, unruled, dotted is your preference) and writing tools (pencils, ball point pens, gel pens again are your preference). Make sure your notebook is big enough to contain all your content. You can also buy a planner to get started, but we advise to start with a simple notebook. It won't be restrictive and will give you more space to work with. Step 2: Index This will be your reference to find specific sections or pages in your BUJO without having to manually browse the entire journal. Write page numbers at the top/ bottom of each page and update your index by month's end. Step 3: Logs This is where you pen down tasks and projects that you are working on. This also serves as a roadmap for future goals. The three types of logs a BUJO typically has are: 1. Future Log- things that don't require immediate attention and can be done over a period of time. 2. Monthly Log- this is where you write down things you want to do over the month or highlight specific events. 3. Daily Log- this will include your daily to-do lists, meetings, reminders etc. Step 4: Add Signifiers This will help you differentiate between tasks. These are some common signifiers used in BUJO. A bullet for list of tasks (.) A circle for events (o) A dash for notes (-) A star for high priority tasks Step 5: Notes Typically kept towards the end of your notebook since they don't change often. It could be reminders like "No Buy" or "Books you want to read" etc Step 6: Customize & Have Fun BUJO should not be a task, although initially it may feel like one. Remember its a physical tracker that helps you note down and plan your day/month so you can have mental space to be more productive. Step 7: Make Time Take out 10-15 minutes at the end of the day to cross of tasks from your daily or monthly lists. Update your plans for the next day or cross out items that are no longer required. What are your thoughts on BUJO? Is it something you will be trying out for yourself? Picture Credits: Wellella & Bullet Journal
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