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What is PCOS?

PCOS is a very common endocrine condition, especially for women of reproductive age.  PCOS simply means polycystic ovarian syndrome, which can be further interpreted as, Poly - many or multiple  Cys - cysts Tic - pertaining to  Polycystic…
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Are you familiar with your macros and micros?

Our body requires sufficient nutrition for survival, as it also helps in body function and staying healthy in general. Food is the primary source of our daily nutrient requirements followed by supplements that help to boost the nutritional level…
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Are you starting a diet? You can better understand nutrition by knowing these differences.

If you are someone looking for a nutritionist's guidance and find yourself encountering terms you don't understand, you have come to the right place.   The nutritionist might tell you many things in Greek and Latin and you might be…
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Break these 5 big Myths to plan your own healthy meals

  Covid 19 has shown us that food plays an important role in preventing and recovering from illness. It has also set the trend to move toward healthy sustainable food choices which can be achieved by    Checking the traceability…
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Water and Electrolytes balance in Summer

Hydration power! Our body is made up of almost 60% of water. Water is very important for many basic functions of the body such as transportation, chemical reactions, lubrication, shock absorption and temperature regulation. Summer is a time…
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Summer and Nutrition

It is peak summer in most parts of India, and the rising temperature increases the risk of dehydration, skin burn, fever and infections if there is a lack of proper food habits. Following a seasonal diet will ensure the right supply of nutritional…
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CHILDREN AND PROPER NUTRITION

Global data suggests that almost half of the mortality rate under 5 corresponds to malnutrition. So, a healthy nutritious diet is a significant contributor in the growing and developing years of children. India is yet to meet the target for…
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Autism

Autism is a very complex developmental and neurological condition that typically shows up during the infant stage of life. It includes a broad range of conditions related to developmental disorders that affects their behavioural and social skills.…
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Tuberculosis and all the micronutrients you’re losing because of it

Mycobacterium Tuberculosis is the bacteria that are responsible for tuberculosis. While the general assumption about TB is that it affects just the lungs, the condition can affect other body parts like the spine, brain, and kidney. The key to…
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Chronic Kidney Disease and how it affects micronutrient levels.

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) or chronic kidney failure is a result of when your kidneys have gradually lost their ability to filter out wastes and excess fluids from your body. The condition is usually progressive, and treatments include medications,…
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Hypothyroidism – What to eat and what not to?

In our last blog, Yoda told us a lot about the thyroid gland and the condition of an overactive thyroid gland. Today, we’ll be discussing in detail the polar opposite, an underactive thyroid. From types to causes, and the different dietary…
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Hyperthyroid, its symptoms, and the optimal dietary choices.

The human body is a well-oiled machine that has a lot of different endocrine glands secreting hormones necessary for the body to maintain balance. One such gland is the thyroid gland. It is located in the lower front throat and is called the…
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