Srinu G Reddy

 

Natrual Deodorant that you can make @ Home

Shea Butter Deodorant Ingredients 3 tbsp coconut oil3 tbsp baking soda2 tbsp shea Butter Method Melt shea butter and coconut oil in a double boiler over medium heat until barely melted. OR you can combine the shea butter and coconut oil in a quart-size glass mason jar with a lid and place this in a small saucepan of water until melted, instead. This will save your bowl and you can just designate this jar for these types of projects and not even need to wash it out. Remove from heatRead More


Oatmeal with Baked Berrys

This baked oatmeal is a great way to pack in the nutrients first thing in the morning..with fresh berries and topped with some coconut cream..finally have the breakfast with perfect taste! Total time: 1 hour Ingredients 1 cups rolled oats 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp cinnamon 1 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen) 1 cup strawberries cut into slices 1 flax eggs (substitute regular eggs, if not vegan) 1/3 cup maple syrup (substitute honey, if not vegan) 1 cups unsweetened almond milk 1 tsp vanilla extract 2 tbsp melted coconut oil Pinch of saltRead More


The Right Way to Track Calories Burned (and Consumed)

A Better Way to Think About Calories None of this is to say that you shouldn’t track calories or think about them at all. I’m in favor of being calorie aware — recognizing calories that work hard to fill you up, nourish your body and energize your day-to-day marathon of life. Those calories come from whole food, like fruits, veggies, whole grains, nuts, seeds, beans and quality sources of protein, like sustainably-raised seafood and hormone- and antibiotic-free meats and poultry. Calories from things like sugary and refined carbohydrates — likeRead More


I Quit Gluten, Meat, Alcohol And Processed Sugar For 21 Days – Here’s What Happened!

Amazing things can happen when you give up gluten, meat, alcohol and processed sugar for 21 days. I’ve never really done a cleanse or health program before. Aside from a couple of fad diets in the past that didn’t really last, I had never really felt the need to give up anything. I felt healthy enough, didn’t have any serious health conditions, and thought my meals were fairly healthy most of the time. Some of my friends had tried various things, including going gluten-free or giving up sugar, so itRead More


Bollywood Celebrities Diet Secret!!

Salman Khan Salman steers clear of junk food and he prefers pure natural foods like meats, vegetables and fruits. In an interview, Salman says the last thing he would do is feed his body unhealthy food and synthesized food. Eats Clean sauces of protein: Chicken, Egg Whites and Fish. Completely avoids sugar and processed food. Salads and pulses are his sources of carbohydrates. And he believes in ‘working out with an emphasis on eating well’. Shilpa Shetty Shilpa Shetty is one such Bollywood celebs who always seem to look radiantRead More


Best Tips for Health

A garlic a day: Garlic is the mother of all cures. Researchers in Liverpool have found that 5ml of garlic extract lower levels of a disease-causing chemical by up to 48 per cent. Eat wholegrain foods: Make sure you have whole-grain bread, rice or pasta at least four times a week and you will reduce the chance of having cancer by 40 per cent. Take care of your skin: Always wear sun-screen lotion during summers. It is advisable to use winter care creams to overcome the harsh and cold winds.Read More


The 6 best foods to eat before you do yoga

  While the general recommendation is to practice yoga on an empty stomach, fasting before you practice also isn’t advisable. In fact, making sure you are adequately nourished and hydrated can mean the difference between a strong and lousy downward-facing dog. Namely, yogis opt for fluids and snacks that are easily digestible, nutrient dense and packed with carbohydrates up to a half-hour before class. Don’t eat a big meal within three hours of beginning your practice. And, before any exercise, opt for foods that have low fat and fiber content,Read More