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Is Spinach good or bad?

Downside of spinach Leafy greens are an important part of healthy diet. They contain high levels of fiber, iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, very little carbohydrates, sodium and cholesterol. The dark greens supply a significant amount of folate, a B vitamin that promotes heart health and helps prevent certain birth defects.

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Tips to stay healthy during Holidays

1. How to choose healthily during holidays Are you enticed by that jug of eggnog, holiday pastries? Know your triggers and avoid overindulging and emotional eating. Have a laminated sheet of your food sensitivities in your kitchen and in your wallet to remind yourself of what to avoid. 2. Learn

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Edible Christmas Tree

How to create edible Christmas tree Take curly Kale leaves and spread on large circular plate. Take a cabbage and slice it to a thick disc, attach this to other half piece of cabbage with long skewers. Use toothpicks to skew broccoli florets to cover cabbage and use red bell

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Surya Namaskar (SunSalutation) Yoga flow

Surya means, “Sun” in Sanskrit. Surya is the Hindu god of the sun, the source of all life. The Sanskrit word “Namaskar” stems from namas, which means “to bow” and “kar” which has been derived from the verb “kri” means “to do.” As such, “namaskar” means, “I do the act of saluting or

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Seven Simple Steps of Mindful Eating

Bhagavad Gita is one of the most important and religious Hindu scripture. Bhagavad Gita says, “Every human being is born with innate faith, which can be of three kinds—Sāttvic (mode of goodness), Rājasic(mode of passion), or Tāmasic(mode of ignorance).” (Bhagavad Gita 17.2) And the quality of our faith is decided

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