Author: Sanjeet

Sanjeet Singh is writer at Home Healthy Recipes focusing on food, health, wellness, fitness, and lifestyle.

Micronutrients are comprising of essential vitamins and minerals which are very important for the proper functioning from inside and outside. However, nutrients deficiency is a very common phenomenon across the globe. As an individual, we often ignore the mild deficiency syndrome unless and until it becomes severe health issues.  Some of the important minerals essential for the human body are Sodium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sulphur, Chloride, Potassium, Calcium, Fluoride, Manganese, Iron, Copper, Zinc, Selenium, Iodine. Based on the requirements of the body these minerals have been categorized into macro and trace minerals. Types of Minerals Macro Minerals: Sodium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sulphur,…

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Micronutrients are the essential vitamins and minerals required by any living being, it supplements the major nutrients like protein, carbohydrate, and fat and helps in regulating mental and physical wellbeing of any living organism. The essential vitamins are Vitamin A, B, C, D, E, and K. What is Vitamin Deficiency? Vitamins deficiency is a condition of long-term lack of vitamins in the human body. This condition is often neglected unless the condition becomes severe. However, even a mild deficiency can disrupt several essential body functions. This phenomenon is very common across the world.  It affects people from different age groups and…

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Micronutrients are the essential vitamins and minerals required by any living entity, it supplements the major nutrients like protein, carbohydrate, and fat and helps in regulating mental and physical wellbeing of any living organism. The essential vitamins are Vitamin A, B, C, D, E, and K, and minerals are calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, chloride, sodium, potassium, sulphur, iron, manganese, copper, zinc, iodine, fluoride, and selenium. Types of Micronutrients Water-Soluble Vitamins: These are the vitamins that dissolve in water and are easily flushed out from the body in case of excessive consumption. These vitamins are difficult to store in the body for later use,…

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In the current scenario, obesity should be declared as a disease that transcends over culture, race, ethnicity, and even geopolitical boundaries. However, its root is very deep in developed countries while it’s trying to establish its foot in developing countries. In the Indian population, it is a metaphor of richness however it’s more like the byproduct of a rich lifestyle. It causes several life-threatening non-communicable diseases (NCD) like diabetes and CVD. According to the studies carried out by ICMR-INDIAB in 2015, the prevalence rate of obesity and central rate of obesity varies between 11.8%-31.3% and 16.9%-36.3% respectively. Obesity is the…

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This blog intends to bring the top selection of healthy recipes easily and simply. Here I have gathered some of the best easy-to-follow, cheap, nutritious, and delicious recipes from the sources which are known as healthy food gurus. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, you will find something special for you on this blog! These recipes are designed by experienced food experts to promote health in common men and women. Even if your income is limited, you can easily get benefits from these recipes and lead a healthy lifestyle. As a recipe collector, I believe that it should…

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Obesity or overweight is a major concern in developed countries and it’s slowly crawling in urban areas of developing countries. The urban lifestyle and food habits are the major contributing factor to the exponential growth of obesity. For developing countries like India, we don’t see obesity as a threat as of now but it’s going to be a serious matter of concern as it invites multiples ailments and associated severe out-of-pocket expenditure. Obesity is the main medical and financial burden of the government as well as individuals. It’s quite unbearable for the countryman with low per capita income. As per the…

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Many may not be aware of the fact that coffee drinking may have some side effects while improving your performance. There are various side effects of coffee but we have made a list of seven side effects of drinking coffee for your convenience. In this modern society and exhaustive work culture, coffee has become the popular beverage choice across various groups of people. However, there are many side effects of coffee if taken in large quantities.  Coffee is rich in caffeine and various research concluded that the half-life of caffeine is nearly 6 hours. So, if an individual grabs a coffee…

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