Jeera water is very good for digestion. This water is a common traditional drink. I used to drink this water when i was small and now i am following with my family.
We drink this water after every meal because its very good for digestion.
How to prepare?
Just add little cumin seeds into water and then boil the water. Bring it to room temperature, now its ready to drink.
This water is very good for weight loss and also boosts metabolism. You can drink Jeera water on an empty stomach.
Give it a try and see the difference.
Hi Guys it has been long since i have updated my blog page. Today i am here to talk about how to avoid stress in your life journey.
Let me first tell you what is Stress and the major cause? Does anyone know what is Stress?
Stress is primarily a physical response. When stressed, the body thinks it is under attack and switches to ‘fight or flight’ mode, releasing a complex mix of hormones and chemicals such as adrenaline, cortisol and nor-epinephrine to prepare the body for physical action.
There are so many ways where stress can be caused.
Stress plays in all our life journey. There are so many ways to reduce your stress level. The first and the most important thing is that
“Keep your body calm and have a positive attitude”
The other ways to get relaxed when you get stressed.
MUSIC:When i get stressed the best way to reduce it i listen to my favorite song and immediately my stress level reduces and i fell relaxed and i do have a peaceful mind. So if you are a music lover just listen to your favorite music and i am sure your body gets relaxed and have a peaceful mind.
YOGA: Yoga is a great way to get your stress level go down. choose a nice meditation music and do Yoga. Try to get from you tube videos different yoga poss and try doing yoga.
Create a positive environment where you feel like you can get relaxed from your stress. Get positive people around you to talk and laugh. Laughing is another way you can get your stress level down.
I have given some ways to relief stress from your life. So hoping you all follow these and have a healthy life style. I will update more information about stress relief later in this page. Hope you enjoy reading my page 🙂
Did u know that tomatoes are really good for skin????
Yes tomato mixed with honey is best to use as face mask..
How to prepare facemask?
1. Cut a tomato into half, squeeze half a tomato into a small bowl, add little honey and little sugar as scrub.
2. Apply all over your face, massage for a while and then wash it with warm water, pat dry and see the difference.
3. Do this twice or thrice a week, i am sure you will see the difference , because i saw difference in me..
Eating more fruit and vegies every day can sometimes be a struggle. However, research shows that we’re more likely to do so if they’re available and ready to eat.
Children may need to try new fruits and vegies up to 10 times before they accept them. So stay patient and keep offering them. It can also help to prepare and serve them in different and creative ways.
Some ideas to try:
- Involve the whole family in choosing and preparing fruit and vegies.
- Select fruit and vegies that are in season – they taste better and are usually cheaper.
- Keep a bowl of fresh fruit in the home.
- Be creative in how you prepare and serve fruit and vegetables – such as raw, sliced, grated, microwaved, mashed or baked; serve different coloured fruit and vegies or use different serving plates or bowls.
- Include fruit and vegies in every meal. For example, add chopped, grated or pureed vegetables to pasta sauces, meat burgers, frittatas, stir-fries and soups, and add fruit to breakfast cereal.
- Snack on fruit and vegies. Try corn on the cob; jacket potato topped with reduced fat cheese; plain popcorn (unbuttered and without sugar or salt coating); chopped vegies with salsa, hummus or yoghurt dips; stewed fruit; fruit crumble; frozen fruit; or muffins and cakes made with fruit or vegies.
- Try different fruits or vegies on your toast – banana, mushrooms or tomatoes.
- Add chopped or pureed fruit to plain yoghurts.
- Make a fruit smoothie with fresh, frozen or canned (in natural or unsweetened juice) fruit; blend it with reduced fat milk and yoghurt.
- Chop up some fruit or vegie sticks for the lunchbox.
- In summer, freeze fruit on a skewer (or mix with yoghurt before freezing) for a refreshing snack.
- Make fruit-based desserts (such as fruit crumble or baked, poached or stewed fruit) and serve with reduced fat custard.
- Have fresh fruit available at all times as a convenient snack – keep the fruit bowl full and have diced fruit in a container in the fridge.
Did you know?
- Spending too much sedentary or ‘still’ time watching TV, surfing online or playing computer games is linked to children becoming overweight or obese.
- Children who watch TV for more than 2 hours every day are more likely to have an unhealthy diet, less likely to eat fruit and less likely to be physically active.
- Nearly half of children aged between 5 and 15 years spend more than 2 hours every day on ‘small screen’ entertainment.
- Children are more likely to snack on foods that are high in sugar, salt or saturated fat when they’re watching TV.
How much time in front of the screen?
When kids and teens spend time in front of small screens – whether it’s the TV, computer or hand-held games – it takes away from the time they could spend playing sport, games or being active.
Australian guidelines recommend that kids and teens spend no more than 2 hours each day on small screen entertainment, and breaking up long periods of use as often as possible.
While computers and TV can be valuable for education and learning, the health benefits, skills and enjoyment that kids and teens get from being physically active are just as important.
Tips for parents
- Before you switch on the TV or the computer for your children, stop and think – could they spend the time being active and have some ‘small screen’ time later on?
- Set limits on TV viewing. If there is a specific program that your child wants to watch, turn the TV off once it is finished. Alternatively, record the program and watch it together later on.
- Set limits for computer games and being online – no more than 2 hours a day and not during daylight hours when they could be outside and active.
- Don’t allow a TV or computer in your child’s bedroom. Keep them in a common area of the family home so you can monitor use.
- Have a list of active indoor and outdoor games or activities for your children, so you can suggest alternatives to watching TV or playing on the computer.