Author: Sanjeet

Sanjeet Singh is the content writer at Home Healthy Recipes writes about Food, Health & Lifestyle. He is an avid reader and enjoys writing content about a healthy lifestyle. In his leisure time, Sanjeet loves to enjoy nature's photography.

Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) being the leading causes of death across the globe and clogged arteries are one of the biggest causes of developing a cardiovascular disorder. It is also known as lifestyle diseases and very much prevalent in urban populations compared to rural areas. Arteries are blood vessels that bring oxygen and nutrients from your heart to the rest of the body. Flexible, elastic, and free of any deposits are safe arteries. But they may become clogged and gradually narrow and harden as fat, cholesterol and other substances build up in the arteries. This disorder is called atherosclerosis, which results…

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The older our bodies become, the weaker they get. The skin will become looser, the muscles start losing their strength and the joints are not as strong as they should be. The contemporary diet is rich in inflammatory ingredients, which is bad for the body and does not help in performing a regular task. That is why it’s said the body is growing older even faster than the mind. When it comes to joints this is particularly true. Our joints are tired and overexposed every day for years, so they are aging before their time. This leads to mobility issues,…

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Obesity is very common among the people of developed countries and gradually spreading roots in developing countries. People don’t consider it as a disease or health problem however it is the root cause of several life-threatening diseases such as heart and vascular diseases, diabetes, and gastrointestinal disorders. There is seldom a person who is happy with his weight, and who doesn’t want to lose. Even though there are quick and easy diets, they aren’t all that successful. But wouldn’t it be nice to lose weight and not be conscious of that? Well, it’s possible, no money is needed, only a…

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Every couple has the dream to get pregnant and they do every possible act which will make this dream come true. Every step during pregnancy like getting pregnant, carrying the baby, and delivering the baby are equally important. To smoothly sail through the different steps, the mother needs to strong and healthy which can be achieved by a balanced and healthy diet along with essential physical activities. A balanced diet will help in achieving equilibrium between carbs, protein, fats, and nutrients. During pregnancy, the energy and nutrient requirements shoot up due to weight gain, growth, and development of the fetus. It…

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Metabolism is the process in which our body digest the food and converts into energy required to perform various task. The metabolism of an individual depends upon the food items in our diet. Some of the food items are known for enhancing the metabolic rate. Metabolism is often used interchangeably with metabolic rate and it varies in different individuals. A healthy metabolism is key to a healthy life. Chronic impaired metabolism may result in several metabolic disorders and result in malabsorption of nutrients in our body and create a hormonal imbalance. Some people are gifted with high metabolism which adds…

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Though all the organs in the body are equally important however brain being the controlling organ for all the activities and functions carried out by the body requires an immense amount of energy to perform these everlasting processes. It consumes ~20% of the energy consumed by the body. The brain needs a continuous supply of essential nutrients which helps in the proper functioning of the body. The requirement of the brain couldn’t be met by any single food item which encourages us to consume balanced and healthier foods which in turn helps in keeping the brain in healthy condition. The…

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Our current lifestyle and food habits have varieties of impacts on our lives and out of which infertility is the most common problem. Fertility is not just the word it’s the ability to transfer one’s DNA to the future generation. In short, it is the possibility of eternal existence. The major cause of these abnormalities is improper work-life balance, we are often stressed with work, family issues, and financial instability. Prolonged stressed conditions affect egg production and ovulation and sometimes it may lead to infertility. The effects of stress also have all together negative impact on fertility. To overcome stress, we often…

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Our current lifestyle and food habits have varieties of impacts on our lives and out of which male infertility is the most concerning one. Fertility is not just the word it’s the instrument to transfer human DNA to the future generation. In short, it is the possibility of the everlasting existence of oneself. The major cause of these abnormalities is improper work-life balance, we are often stressed with work and financial instability. Prolonged stressed conditions affect the testosterone level and sometimes it may lead to infertility. The after-effects of stress also harm sperm health and fertility. To overcome stress, we…

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The key to bone health lies in the consumption of a balanced diet. Calcium is essential for the development of strong and healthy bones while vitamin D regulated the absorption of calcium in the body. Both nutrients are primary nutrients for strong and healthy bones. The deficiency of calcium and vitamin D can cause bone disorders such as osteoporosis and rickets. In this disorder, the bone becomes fragile and vulnerable to fracture and damage in the later stage of life. An individual can get a healthy and stronger framework by the consumption of a balanced diet which may suffice the…

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Hair loss is the condition in which the hair growth rate is less than the hair replacement ratio. As per the American Academy of Dermatology, people lose nearly 50-100 hairs every day. Hair continuously grows and lost hair is replaced by the new one. Follicles generate new hair with the help of nutrients present in the body. The health and growth of a hair depend upon the types of nutrients we get from the foods. Macro- and micro-nutrients are essential for the healthy growth of hair. Certain proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals play important role in providing strong and healthy…

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