Its time for cakes and cookies: This time Let’s try the Healthy way …….

December where all about vacations, get together, parties and yummy food, we bring out to you a list of healthy cakes and cookies along with their nutrition facts for special diet demanding health conditions, be it diabetes, high cholesterol (cholesterol issues calling to keep a check on the heart conditions), gluten free conditions, lactose intolerant, allergic to eggs and so on. The well-known chefs and nutrionists design these recipes for good quality products and have more health valuing ingredients. We ourselves have tried out some of these recipes in our kitchen.
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Tu Youyou, the Nobel prize winner who explored a hidden gem from the traditional medicine

This year’s Nobel prize for Physiology goes to Youyou Tu for her discoveries concerning a novel therapy against Malaria. The drug Artemisinin is isolated from the leaves of the Chinese wormwood plant, Artemisia annua.Tu

called artemisinin “a gift for the world’s people from traditional Chinese medicine,” and urged researchers to turn to herbs in the search for cures for infectious diseases

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Boost Female Fertility in an Ayurvedic way: Prajasthapan Mahakashaya

Infertility is a term doctors use if a woman hasn’t been able to get pregnant after at least one year of trying. If a woman keeps having miscarriages, it is also called infertility. Female infertility can result from physical problems, hormone problems, and lifestyle or environmental factors. Not surprisingly 35-40% of all infertility is caused by female infertility.

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Cumin – the coolant

Introducing the coolant herb- Cumin:

Cumin, scientifically known as Cuminum Cyminum, belongs to family Apiaceae. It is called ‘Jeera’ in common language. It has a pungent, sharp, and slightly sweet taste and is greenish brown in appearance. It can be used in form of either as whole seeds or as jeera powder [1,2]. From the same family Apiaceae are other beneficial herbs black cumin (shahi jeera), nigella (onion seeds), fennel seeds, caraway (Persian cumin) and ajwain which are unique herbs by themselves and are not to be confused with cumin/jeera

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