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Top 10 Foods That Help Lower Blood Pressure Vallari Sharma Vallari Sharma
24 Sep 2018Array min read

Courtesy high levels of stress and our imbalanced diets, today the problem of hypertension and high blood pressure has become more common than ever.

[:en]People as young as thirty, are reporting its symptoms. While with medications, the problem of hypertension are quite effective in controlling blood pressure levels, to get the best results one must be careful about their diet. There are some foods that work like medication itself. Here is a list top 10 foods that will help you keep your blood pressure levels in check.1. Dark chocolateWho thought pressure-lowering diet could be so delicious? According to researchers at the University of Manitoba, having a couple of cubes of dark chocolate can help you keep your blood pressure in check, as it is rich in flavonoids which are known to lower blood pressure. However, make sure that the dark chocolate you treat yourself with is original and isn’t loaded with sugar and butter.2. Beetroots Beetroots are high in nitric oxide, which helps open your blood vessels and lower blood pressure. In a study, it was found that the nitrates in beetroot juice lowered research participants’ blood pressure within 24 hours. It was noted that it reduced both systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Besides keeping your blood pressure in control, beetroots also help in increasing the iron and haemoglobin levels in your body. So, slice them, soup them, bake them, juice them, puree them, have them raw or have them cooked, the choice is yours, but make beetroots a part of your daily diet and always be in the pink of your health.image33. EggsWell, this one's a little controversial, as eggs are known to be high in cholesterol, but many studies have shown that egg yolks don’t raise the risk of heart disease. Moreover, according to a recent study conducted by American Chemical Society, egg whites can help lower down blood pressure. This, however, doesn’t mean that you eat those buttery omelettes available in cafes and roadside stalls. To get its full benefits, make your omelette and keep the salt and fat as low as you can.4. Flax seedsIncluding flax seeds in your diet is probably the simplest way to lower down your blood pressure levels. Since they’re almost tasteless, they can be added to smoothies, salads, sandwiches, chapatis and you can also munch on them in between meals. Flaxseeds are amazing source of fibre, as well as omega-3 fatty acids, which help reduce inflammation throughout the body and improve the health of your heart and circulatory system.5. Onions Onions are rich in quercetin and according to a research conducted by the University of Bonn, quercetin works efficiently in lowering the blood pressure in overweight and obese people. Onions are available during all seasons and are widely used in Indian food, which busts the myth that blood-pressure-lowering diet requires fancy ingredients that are not available locally and don’t go well with the Indian palate.image26. TomatoesThey’re not only rich in blood-pressure-lowering, vitamin-C and quercetin, but are also an amazing source of lycopene, which researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel have linked to significant reductions in blood pressure. By asking you to include tomatoes in your daily diet, we don’t mean to say that you should have ketchup with every meal. Ketchup is high in salt and sugar and contains only a little bit of tomato pulp. Have fresh tomatoes daily and see your blood pressure levels go down.7. MangoesWe told you, you need not have boring food to keep your blood pressure in check. Mangoes which are said to lead to weight gain because of their high sugar content are rich in fibre and beta-carotene, both of which are effective in bringing down the blood pressure levels. So, grab a slice of mango and satisfy your sweet-tooth cravings and at the same time, keep your blood pressure levels in check.8. Spinach Seems like Popeye's favourite food not only gives you the strength to fight villains, but is also very effective when it comes to keeping your blood pressure within the normal limits. It’s rich in antioxidants, fibre, and vitamin c, all of which help in lowering blood pressure. From smoothies to pastas to curries to salads, you can have spinach in a million ways. Try to have something or the other every day, your body (and skin, and hair) will thank you.image49. Sweet potatoesYes, they’re full of carbs but carbs don’t have anything to do with blood pressure levels. This yummy vegetable is also rich in resistant starch, vitamin c, beta-carotene, which we know are effective in preventing hypertension. Next time, when you want to snack on something yummy and filling, treat yourself with some shakarkandi chaat or baked sweet potato wedges.10. Strawberries Well, now you have another excuse to gorge on these juicy, red berries. A recent study has discovered that resveratrol, a pigment found in red fruits like strawberries is good in preventing hypertension and helps lower blood pressure. So, swap your unhealthy sweet treats with some fresh or frozen (however you may like) strawberries and see your waist size and blood pressure levels go down.image5All of the aforementioned foods are easily available in the Indian market and unlike fancy supplements, including them in your diet won’t burn a hole in your pocket and will help you to regulate your blood pressure levels. Even if you’re not a patient of hypertension, incorporating these foods in your diet will only do you good. A lot more good than you can imagine. Try it and see the results.[:]
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7 Beauty Benefits Of Exercise Team healthhunt Team healthhunt
23 Sep 2018Array min read

If you think exercising only aids in bodybuilding and weight loss, think again!

[:en]Apart from ensuring that your body remains in shape, exercise has numerous benefits to offer. It can make you look prettier! Don’t believe us? Well, here is a list of 7 beauty benefits of exercise, backed by science.1. Helps you get an instant glowEver noticed that ‘natural blush’ after taking a brisk walk or jog? Doesn’t it make you fall in love with what you see in the mirror? What if you could always look like this? Well, you can! All you need to do is to not skip your workout session. We all know that when we work-out, the blood circulation in our body improves, but most us are not aware of the fact that when we exercise, the increased blood flow pushes vitamins, minerals, and oxygen into the capillaries which provide nourishment to our skin. When your skin is nourished, it’s happy and happy skin is the prettiest.2. Makes your hair luscious and strongRegular workout not only nourishes your skin, but also your scalp. It makes your hair healthier, stronger and shinier. Moreover, exercise is known to be a great stress reliever and stress is a major reason for brittle hair and hair fall. When you exercise, your stress levels are reduced and so are your chances of experiencing premature balding. Amazing, isn’t it?3. Helps you sleep better for healthy and supple skinWe’ve heard of beauty benefits of a good night sleep, but do you keep twiddling in bed for hours before you actually fall asleep? Well, if that’s the case, then running a couple of miles or a few extra minutes of cardio can be of great help. According to a study by the ‘National Sleep Foundation’, exercising not only helps cut the time it takes you to fall asleep but also improves the quality of your sleep. When you sleep well, your body secretes a growth hormone that helps repair and rebuild collagen tissues which are responsible for keeping your skin healthy and supple.image3 4. Prevents wrinkles and saggingDefy time by taking out a few minutes to exercise. We know that exercising helps in lowering stress levels but how does it happen? By fighting the stress-related hormone called cortisol! Various studies have shown that too much of cortisol cause the collagen in the skin to break down which leads to wrinkles and sagging. And exercise naturally supports the production of collagen, the protein that is responsible for maintaining your skin's elasticity and firmness.5. Helps fight acneIf you’re tired investing in anti-acne treatments that don’t seem to work, it’s time you invest some time in working out. When you exercise, you sweat and through sweat your body gets rid of many toxins that are not only responsible for your acne, but also for many serious health problems. PS: Exercising with make-up on can clog your pores and worsen your acne problem. So, never ever exercise with make-up on. If you exercise in open, don’t forget to apply a non-comedogenic sunscreen, 20 minutes before you step out.6. Reduces celluliteCellulite is a common problem among women these days. The market is full of treatments and cosmetics that claim to reduce and remove cellulite. We don’t know if those treatments are effective or not, but all we know is, they’re expensive. Quite expensive! The cheapest way to get rid of cellulite is probably, exercise. As you may know that cellulite is a symptom of reduced lymph circulation and it’s nothing but globular fat, trapped beneath the top layers of your skin, it can easily be dissolved by exercising. Exercise not only improves the lymph flow through fatty areas but also helps in flushing out toxins which ultimately helps in reducing the cellulite.image2 7. Improves digestion for glowing and clear skinYou might be surprised to know this, but digestive problems show on your face. According to Ayurveda, improper digestion is a major cause of dull complexion and breakouts. Exercise not only helps you digest food quickly, but it also strengthens your abdomen and intestinal muscles, which are responsible for breaking down the food. The stronger the muscles, the more efficient they are in breaking down the food. So, even if you’ve skipped your workout, don’t forget to take a quick stroll after having your meals.So, next time rather than splurging money on expensive lotions and potions, invest in a good pair of running shoes (or a yoga mat). It can work wonders and you might not visit a dermatologist ever again![:]
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5 Amazing Exercises For Those Suffering From Thyroid Disorder Anjali Nayyar Anjali Nayyar
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1 in every 10 Indians suffers from thyroid disorder. Are you one of them? Then these exercises are for you.

[:en]The thyroid and parathyroid glands, situated in the throat area, are important glands of the human body – they secrete vital hormones that regulate overall metabolism and growth. Thyroid hormones help convert digested food into energy and nutrients, which are used by the body. Nowadays, for some reason, a lot of people are experiencing ailments caused by improper functioning of the thyroid glands.When your thyroid glands don’t function properly, you may develop hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, or hyperparathyroidism. Hyperthyroidism (over-secretion of thyroxine) leads to weight loss, irritability, and an enlargement of the gland (goiter). Hypothyroidism (low secretion of thyroxine) results in weight gain, sluggishness, and swelling. Hyperparathyroidism, caused by a dysfunctional parathyroid gland, induces joint pain, bone decay, etc.healthhunt recommends - Yoga BoxMedication is very important in thyroid conditions, and some exercises can help to tone up the thyroid gland and improve body functions as well. Here are a few exercises for you to try: You may like - 100% Eco-Friendly Cork Yoga Blocks

1. Yoga – Under expert guidance, yoga is best for massaging the thyroid glands, and ensuring their proper functioning. Dhanurasana (bow pose), Halasana (plough pose), Sarvangasana (shoulder stand), Sirsasana (headstand), and Matsyasana (fish pose) are some of the most effective asanas for thyroid conditions. These asanas help tone up the thyroid glands, and improve the secretion of the thyroid hormones. Needless to say, you would be greatly benefitted by practicing yoga for a good massage of the entire body too.

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2. Aerobic exercises – Walking, running, cycling, and hiking are exercises that improve the heart rate and dispel sluggishness. Hypothyroidism results in reduced carbohydrate metabolism, resulting in low levels of energy and a low heart rate. It is important to exercise at least 5 days a week, to ensure proper toning of one’s muscles, to overcome the debilitating effects of thyroid imbalances.

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3. Water sports – Swimming and exercising in the water are very beneficial for those suffering from hyperthyroidism. If you have an overactive thyroid gland, you are bound to get joint pains and swelling. Swimming and water aerobics are of great help, in this case, as water provides buoyancy to the body, which is soothing. Also, the resistance offered by water to movement within it has a massaging effect on the body.

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4. Resistance training – 2 or 3 days of resistance training exercises per week is good for you, if you are suffering from thyroid problems. This includes exercising with resistance bands, heavy gardening, push ups, and sit ups. Resistance training helps develop the muscles that otherwise weaken due to a disturbed metabolism.

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5. Tai Chi – Surprisingly enough, Tai Chi can help you deal with thyroid problems. The fluid movements of Tai Chi help with balance, and increase the body’s energies, while also bringing about calmness. Tai Chi also positively impacts the maintenance of bone density, which takes a hit in hyperthyroidism.

A word of caution – take medical advice before doing any exercise, as the body becomes weak with the onset of thyroid imbalances, and hence, is prone to injury.[:hi]

The thyroid and parathyroid glands, situated in the throat area, are important glands of the human body – they secrete vital hormones that regulate overall metabolism and growth. Thyroid hormones help convert digested food into energy and nutrients, which are used by the body. Nowadays, for some reason, a lot of people are experiencing ailments caused by improper functioning of the thyroid glands.

When your thyroid glands don’t function properly, you may develop hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, or hyperparathyroidism.

Hyperthyroidism (over-secretion of thyroxine) leads to weight loss, irritability, and an enlargement of the gland (goiter).

Hypothyroidism (low secretion of thyroxine) results in weight gain, sluggishness, and swelling.

Hyperparathyroidism, caused by a dysfunctional parathyroid gland, induces joint pain, bone decay, etc. Medication is very important in thyroid conditions, and some exercises can help to tone up the thyroid gland and improve body functions as well. Here are a few exercises for you to try:

  • Yoga – Under expert guidance, yoga is best for massaging the thyroid glands, and ensuring their proper functioning. Dhanurasana (bow pose), Halasana (plough pose), Sarvangasana (shoulder stand), Sirsasana (headstand), and Matsyasana (fish pose) are some of the most effective asanas for thyroid conditions. These asanas help tone up the thyroid glands, and improve the secretion of the thyroid hormones. Needless to say, you would be greatly benefitted by practicing yoga for a good massage of the entire body too.
  • Aerobic exercises – Walking, running, cycling, and hiking are exercises that improve the heart rate and dispel sluggishness. Hypothyroidism results in reduced carbohydrate metabolism, resulting in low levels of energy and a low heart rate. It is important to exercise at least 5 days a week, to ensure proper toning of one’s muscles, to overcome the debilitating effects of thyroid imbalances.
  • Water sports – Swimming and exercising in the water are very beneficial for those suffering from hyperthyroidism. If you have an overactive thyroid gland, you are bound to get joint pains and swelling. Swimming and water aerobics are of great help, in this case, as water provides buoyancy to the body, which is soothing. Also, the resistance offered by water to movement within it has a massaging effect on the body.
  • Resistance training – 2 or 3 days of resistance training exercises per week is good for you, if you are suffering from thyroid problems. This includes exercising with resistance bands, heavy gardening, push ups, and sit ups. Resistance training helps develop the muscles that otherwise weaken due to a disturbed metabolism.
  • Tai Chi – Surprisingly enough, Tai Chi can help you deal with thyroid problems. The fluid movements of Tai Chi help with balance, and increase the body’s energies, while also bringing about calmness. Tai Chi also positively impacts the maintenance of bone density, which takes a hit in hyperthyroidism.

A word of caution – take medical advice before doing any exercise, as the body becomes weak with the onset of thyroid imbalances, and hence, is prone to injury.

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