- Golden Flax Seed and
- Brown Flax Seed.
Friday, April 17, 2015
Flax Seed come from Flax, one of the oldest fiber crops in the World. Flax Seeds are a Source ofhealthy fat, Antioxidants and Fiber. There are many ways to eat them in daily bases, for example, you can mix it into bread dough and cereals. I even use it to make it Panjari. You can sprinkle Flax Seeds Powder on your Hot Oatmeal at Breakfast. Blend Flax Seeds into Juice or Smoothies. Sprinkle On Salads and even you can use it in Soups. You can sprinkle ground flax seeds into Smoothie or Bowl of Cereal and make your healthy and Nutritious Breakfast.
Always buy whole, rather than ground, because it's definitely cheaper to buy it whole. It is very easy to grind it at home. It takes only couple of minutes to grind with Coffee Grinder. There are two types of Flax Seed available in the market, which you can buy-
There are many reason to eat Flax Seed everyday, because it is packed with Nutrients and Fiber. This is why it is worth to include Flax Seed in everyday diet.
Thursday, February 12, 2015
Health Benefits of Drinking Boiled Water
If drinking water in your area is contaminated, make sure to boil the water before drinking or cooking with it to prevent water borne diseases. Boiled water is good for us, because boiling helps in removing viruses and bacteria from the water. Recommendations suggest that we should drink at least 7-8 glasses of water each day, but according to ayurveda, boiled water has many surprising benefits. Boiled water helps to flush out the intestinal system and improve bowel movement.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Ginkgo Biloba has been used medicinally for thousands of years. It is one of the oldest plants that have been used in Herbal and Natural Medicine.
Nowadays it is one of the top selling herbs in the United States. It is used for the treatment of numerous conditions.
Ginkgo Biloba also known as the Maidenhair tree, which is one of the oldest species of trees on the planet. Ginkgo Tree has unique properties, means it is capable of growing more than 130 feet and can live for over one thousand years.
Ginkgo was a favourite plant of Chinese Monks, who cultivated the tree for food and herbal