About: Maneera Saxena Behl

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Maneera is a health and fitness enthusiast who is also a firm believer in the power of dietary supplements. A health buff, she likes to help others improve their overall well-being by achieving the right balance between nutrition, exercise and mindfulness.

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  • Trying to Get Pregnant? Read These 9 Effective Tips First!, 04 Aug 2021 in Fertility

    For most couples trying to get pregnant, there are many questions that come to find. This is especially true if you or your partner have any underlying health or fertility conditions that could make it harder for you to get pregnant. You might be wondering how to get pregnant quickly or fast, or perhaps you’re […]

  • An Easy Fertility Diet Plan: Improve Your Pregnancy Chances, 22 Jul 2021 in Fertility

    Trying to get pregnant? Lets start by looking at Fertility Diet Meal Plan! After all, the food you put into your body nourishes you and gives your body the energy it needs to conceive or improve your fertility. In fact, most modern couples already know this and usually start making healthier choices as they plan […]

  • 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Acid Reflux, 28 Apr 2020 in Acid Reflux & Acid Reflux Basics

    If you’ve lived with acid reflux for a while now, you probably already consider yourself an expert on the condition. You’ve scoured the internet to learn the causes, diagnosis and treatment plans for acid reflux. But here are 10 surprising facts about acid reflux that you probably didn’t know! Acid Reflux Is Not Caused By […]

  • 14 Amazing Herbs That Lower Blood Sugar, 28 Sep 2019 in Supplements & Type 2 Diabetes

    We live in a world where prescription medicine is getting more and more expensive as well as controversial. Alternative medicine is gaining momentum and with good reason! The same is true for treatments for diabetes type 2. You have therapies that can reverse diabetes through lifestyle and diet changes, natural supplements that can help stabilize […]

  • Intermittent Fasting: Your Ultimate Food List Guide, 23 Jul 2019 in Intermittent Fasting & Weight Loss

    The recent popularity of Intermittent Fasting (IF) has the diet world intrigued. A simple-to-follow diet that doesn’t need a lot of rule-following, yet is well- lauded for its positive effects on weight loss, hormone regulation and combating systemic inflammation, IF has taken the world by storm. It comes with a ton of health benefits without […]

  • 5 Tips To Make Your Intermittent Fasting Super Easy, 19 Jul 2019 in Intermittent Fasting & Weight Loss

    If you have been around for a while, you already know that we are huge advocates of Intermittent Fasting (IF). Not only can intermittent fasting help you lose weight and keep it off for good, this way of eating can also help stabilise hormones, reverse Diabetes Type 2, boost cardiovascular health and increase longevity. Intermittent […]

  • You Can Prevent Diabetes With A Healthy Lifestyle, 17 Jul 2019 in Basics & Type 2 Diabetes

    Diabetes occurs when the body can’t make enough insulin or can’t properly use the insulin it makes.

  • The Complete List Of Acid Reflux Symptoms, 03 May 2019 in Acid Reflux & Acid Reflux Basics

    While you may be aware of acid reflux symptoms like throat lump or acid reflux symptoms throat tightening or chest pain, oftentimes symptoms of acid reflux are less than obvious to spot and can easily be mistaken for something entirely else.

  • Lab Tests Needed For A Successful Intermittent Fasting Weight Loss Program, 30 Apr 2019 in Intermittent Fasting & Weight Loss

    You’ve tried to cut back on simple carbs and refined sugars, you’ve tried a plethora of new fad diets, you’ve overworked yourself at the gym, and you’re still not losing any weight. So you have decided to give the popular Intermittent Fasting protocol a go, and are wondering why you need lab test results for […]

  • Myths and Facts on Intermittent Fasting for Weight Loss, 23 Apr 2019 in Intermittent Fasting & Weight Loss

    Your doctor has recommended Intermittent Fasting for weight loss, and now you’re really worried. We get it….Intermittent Fasting or IF can sound very intimidating to a newbie. After all, the word has ‘fasting’ in it!!! Myths and Facts on Intermittent Fasting for Weight Loss Many of us wrongly presume that Intermittent Fasting equals starving yourself. […]

  • Menstruation Cycle Explained – Hormonal Changes, Ovulation and Period Pains, 29 Jun 2018 in Living Well

    Menstruation is an irreplaceable part of every woman’s life. We have a period every month for most of our adult lives, as our body prepares for a possible pregnancy. But despite the fact that menstruation is a monthly recurrence, how well do we really understand our menstrual cycle? While it’s true that no two women […]

  • Intermittent Fasting: Your Guide & Health Benefits, 12 Jun 2018 in Living Well

    If you have ever run a search on diets that guarantee to improve your overall health, chances are that you have heard of Intermittent Fasting. Intermittent Fasting is an eating style that can help you lose weight naturally and effectively, improve insulin sensitivity, naturally reverse Type 2 diabetes, help balance your hormones to naturally treat […]

  • 14 Benefits Of Melatonin & Tips To Increase It Naturally, 31 Jan 2018 in Living Well

    If you have ever had problems with sleep, chances are that you have heard of melatonin supplements. A hormone produced in the pineal gland, melatonin is an effective natural sleep aid. But its benefits are not just limited to midnight hours. In fact, melatonin has many important health benefits beyond sleep. It is a potent […]

  • 13 Healthy Foods That Are Easy To Digest, 29 Jan 2018 in Living Well

    Sometimes our digestive system just needs a rest. While salads, smoothies and whole grains are all highly nutritious natural foods that should be a part of any healthy diet, they all put stress on the digestive system. High in fiber, they make the digestive system work extra-hard. From time to time, it’s best to give […]

  • 8 Benefits Of Soup Plus Some Delicious Soup Ideas, 24 Jan 2018 in Living Well

    For decades, grandmas have recommended chicken soup for flu or an easy pumpkin soup for diarrhea. Why? That’s because soups are often chock full of nutrient-dense vegetables and meats that are slow cooked so that these ingredients retain their nutritious value, delivering a meal in a bowl that is easy to digest, appealing in texture and yet […]

  • Why Eating Late At Night Is Bad For You & How To Avoid It, 22 Jan 2018 in Living Well

    We have all done it at some point or the other. Walk up to the fridge in the middle of the night and devour a slice of cold pizza, or reach for a bag of chips. Succumbing to late-night cravings happens to even the best of us every once in a while, and is particularly […]

  • How To Lose Weight With Insulin Resistance?, 08 Jan 2018 in Living With Type 2 & Type 2 Diabetes

    If you are noticing that it’s become rather easy for you to gain weight and almost impossible to lose that extra weight with your usual diet changes, chances are that you may have insulin resistance. Often an undiagnosed issue, insulin resistance causes metabolic changes in your body, making it very hard to shed those excess […]

  • Sugar Hangover: Tips For Recovery & Preventing One In The First Place, 04 Jan 2018 in Living Well

    Indulged in a few too many sugary treats over the holidays and feeling not-so-fab today? Perhaps a few too many Snickers and Mars bars over New Year’s Eve, followed by plenty of desserts and carb-rich foods? Well, chances are that you’re dealing with a sugar hangover. Yes, it’s real. And it often mimics the same […]

  • 7 Period Symptoms That Can Signal A Health Problem, 28 Dec 2017 in Health Problems & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    No woman looks forward to “that time of the month.” But the truth is…whether we like it or not, our period is an intrinsic part of our womanhood. Sometimes your period can be out-of-the-whack. And when a visit from Aunt Flo seems disrupted, you may wonder if everything is alright. Yup ladies, sometimes your period is […]

  • 10 Diet Tips To Fight Insulin Resistance, 27 Dec 2017 in Diet & Diet Guide & Principles & Type 2 Diabetes

    Insulin resistance is very commonly seen in people who have diabetes, Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or are obese. And there is something that links all these diseases together — a poor diet. Insulin resistance is a lifestylecondition, and your diet has a huge role to play here. In fact, changing your diet is one of […]

  • Balance Your Hormones With These 10 Adaptogens, 16 Dec 2017 in Living Well

    Are your hormones out of whack? If you’re feeling crankier, more irritable and depressed for no good reason, and your periods are irregular and usually accompanied with a case of PMS-from-hell lately, chances are that your hormones are out of balance. Stress is bad for your hormonal health. If you’ve been dealing with stress of any […]

  • PCOS: 8 Holiday Survival Tips You Must Remember, 12 Dec 2017 in Lifestyle & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    The holidays are right around the corner and it’s time to be joyous. But when you’re a woman living with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the holidays can also be stressful. There are things to do, people to meet, parties to attend and host, and family traditions to keep. Add to it temptations galore that make […]

  • Vitamin D and Calcium: Two Excellent Supplements For PCOS, 05 Dec 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    We could all do with a few extra minutes spent outdoors in the sunshine…particularly on a chilly day. But spending more time in the sun can be especially beneficial for PCOS patients. Why, you ask? Because the ‘Sunshine Vitamin’ —- Vitamin D along with Calcium can make a world of difference for your PCOS symptoms! […]

  • Zinc For PCOS: Why It Works & Tips To Add It To Your Diet, 27 Nov 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    Zinc is a highly underrated mineral that is crucial for glucose metabolism, hormonal health, and fertility. A deficiency of zinc can wreak havoc on your PCOS symptoms. Given its many benefits, zinc is a very important nutrient when it comes to the natural treatment of PCOS. Zinc For PCOS: What’s The Connection? Zinc plays a […]

  • PCOS And Dark Skin Patches: Causes & Natural Healing Tips, 22 Nov 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Symptoms

    If you have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), you’re probably no stranger to dark armpits and to all the skin problems that come with the condition. Apart from cystic acne, hirsutism, and skin tags, PCOS can also cause dark skin patches. These dark, brown, velvety skin patches are medically known as Acanthosis Nigricans. This skin discoloration […]

  • Spearmint Tea: A Natural Anti-Androgen For PCOS, 17 Nov 2017 in Diet & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    If the idea of popping PCOS medication (all of which have harmful side-effects, btw) for the rest of your life doesn’t sound like your cup-of-tea, you should try all-natural herbal treatment options. And no list of home remedies for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome remedy is complete without the mention of spearmint tea. Spearmint tea is made […]

  • Magnesium: A Must-Have Nutrient For PCOS, 15 Nov 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    Magnesium is an essential mineral that is crucial for our bones, muscles, heart, brain, immune system and nerve health. After all, it’s critical for 300 different body processes and is a natural anti-inflammatory. But what is the connection between magnesium and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)? A very important one, indeed! And sadly, women with PCOS could easily […]

  • 10 Hacks I Use To Sustain A Low Carb High Fat Diet, 14 Nov 2017 in Living Well

    I hear this A LOT… an LCHF diet is simply not sustainable. It is difficult to follow long-term. It’s too restrictive. It can cause nutritional deficiencies. It can lead to heart disease and kidney problems. And so on and so forth. I’ve heard all these arguments, time and again. And my only response is – […]

  • Why A Low Carb High Fat Diet Works Wonders for PCOS?, 12 Nov 2017 in Diet & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    PCOS is a lifestyle disorder. And when you fix your lifestyle and make changes to your diet, you target the root causes of PCOS —- namely insulin resistance, excess androgens and unexplained weight gain. You may have heard that a Low Carbohydrate-High Fat or LCHF diet can effectively reverse PCOS. But what makes this diet the […]

  • PCOS Pregnancy Diet: A Complete Guide, 11 Nov 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Pregnancy

    Many women with PCOS struggle with pregnancy. We are glad you were successful in conceiving a baby. Now that you are finally pregnant, you may be wondering if your PCOS diet needs to change. After all, you fought long and hard to get pregnant, and now you want to do everything in your power to nurture […]

  • Strawberries: The Perfect Addition To Your Low Carb Diet, 09 Nov 2017 in Living Well

    One of the biggest challenges of a low-carb diet is to be able to eat enough fruits. If you are on a strict LCHF Diet (low carb-high fat) or a Keto Diet, you may even be cutting out ALL fruit from your diet. It’s true – fruits are high in carbs and natural sugars. But […]

  • 21-Day Sugar Cleanse: 8 Ways It Can Improve Your Life, 07 Nov 2017 in Living Well

    If you want to switch to a healthier diet and lifestyle, a sugar cleanse is the right place to start. Banishing sugar from your diet comes with a plethora of health benefits. While some people like a 3-day or 7-day sugar detox to start with, we highly recommend a 21-day sugar cleanse. Especially if you […]

  • Does PCOS Increase Your Risk Of Eating Disorders?, 04 Nov 2017 in Health Problems & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    Polycystic ovarian syndrome is the most common endocrine dysfunction in women, affecting 1 in 10 women worldwide. Yet, you can say it’s often misunderstood. Once you have your PCOS diagnosis, your doctor will tell you to drop the weight to find relief from your symptoms, without offering you any guidance on how to go about […]

  • PCOS And Healthy Pregnancy: Everything You Need To Know!, 01 Nov 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Pregnancy

    For many women with PCOS hoping for a healthy pregnancy, it can often feel like your body is waging a war against you. And that is just a beginning of your struggles. The good news is that PCOS and healthy pregnancy do not have to be mutually exclusive. With proper planning and good self-care, you […]

  • 8 Indian PCOD Superfoods You Can Try Today, 30 Oct 2017 in Diet & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    When it comes to PCOD, food can work as medicine. For all the Indian cysters who are looking to add PCOD superfoods to their diet, we have compiled a list of super foods for PCOD easily available in India. Some of these will help manage PCOS symptoms, others will improve symptoms. And all of these […]

  • Looking For A Substitute For Egg: Have You Tried Aquafaba Yet?, 29 Oct 2017 in Living Well

    Looking for the perfect substitute for egg that’s vegan, easy to source, and replaces delicate egg whites in recipes like meringues? Your search ends here — because aquafaba is just what you need! As a simple and healthy substitute for egg that follows a whole-food approach, aquafaba tastes great.  And it can successfully be used […]

  • Sugar Cleansing For PCOS: Tips & Sample Diet Plan, 24 Oct 2017 in Diet & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    A healthy PCOS diet begins with eliminating all simple, refined sugars from your diet. But that is easier said than done. Sugar is addictive. It’s really hard to give up, which is probably the reason diseases like Diabetes Type II, obesity and PCOS are on the rise. If you have PCOS, sugar cleansing or a sugar […]

  • 8 Essential Oils For PCOS & How To Use Them, 22 Oct 2017 in Lifestyle & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    If you have PCOS, changing your diet and lifestyle will go a long way towards reversing PCOS. But there’s one more way to naturally alleviate the many troublesome symptoms of PCOS – essential oils. And who doesn’t like the idea of aromatherapy to help you relax, unwind and heal your body at the same time! […]

  • PCOS And Sleep Apnea: Signs & Tips To Overcome, 19 Oct 2017 in Health Problems & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    Are you sleeping poorly? Perhaps you are snoring at night, or wake up feeling breathless? If that’s the case, you may be dealing with sleep apnea with PCOS. Sleep disorders are common in PCOS, particularly sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is characterized by a temporary pause in breathing during sleep. PCOS patients are particularly susceptible to […]

  • 10 Tips To Banish PCOS Bloating, 17 Oct 2017 in Health Problems & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    You feel bloated and puffy. Your jeans refuse to zip up. And even though you’re not pregnant, you look it. This is a feeling every woman with PCOS knows all too well — the dreaded PCOS bloating. Bloating and PCOS go hand in hand. Some women have a lot of PCOS bloating around their period, while […]

  • 10 Reasons Why Eating Fat Won’t Make You Fat, 13 Oct 2017 in Living Well

    We’ve long been told that eating fats makes us fat, and can contribute to cardiovascular disease. But it’s time to debunk that myth! A growing body of research now proves that eating the right kinds of dietary fat offers immense health and weight-loss benefits. Yes, you’re right; fat is good for you. Let us find out […]

  • PCOS And Fatigue: Causes & Tips For Relief, 10 Oct 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Symptoms

    Tired of always being tired? You’re not alone. We live in a fast-paced world where many of us embrace fatigue as a part of life. But when you are a woman with PCOS, fatigue can take a whole new meaning. For many women living with PCOS, fatigue sets in even before the day can begin. You’re […]

  • 12 Surprising PCOS Facts You Probably Didn’t Know, 09 Oct 2017 in Awareness & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    When it comes to Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), there are a hundred different running theories. And lots of confusion too!! It makes sense too since PCOS symptoms can manifest in a variety of ways, making every single PCOS case different from the other. Because there are so many assumptions made with PCOS, we want to weed out […]

  • Is Coffee Good Or Bad For PCOS?, 08 Oct 2017 in Diet & Lifestyle & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    Can’t imagine starting your day without a cup of coffee? Me neither! Some days, a Cup o’ Joe is the only thing keeping me from crawling back into bed, wishing my whole life was a long weekend. Yet, if you are a woman with PCOS, you might be wondering if coffee should be a part […]

  • PCOS And Alcohol: Health Risks & Safe Drinking Tips, 06 Oct 2017 in Diet & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    It’s Friday night and your friends are insisting you join them at the club for Ladies Night Out. You haven’t agreed yet ‘coz you’re just not sure about the connection between PCOS and alcohol. You’ve been diligent with your PCOS diet and are concerned whether a drink (or two!) will set you back. And you […]

  • PCOS Hirsutism: Tips To Manage This Undesirable Condition, 04 Oct 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Symptoms

    Hirsutism or unwanted facial and body hair can make any woman feel unfeminine and undesirable. PCOS comes with a plethora of challenging symptoms. Infertility, unexplained weight gain and cystic acne can all wreak havoc on your life. But unwanted facial hair…that’s a whole different animal…one that’s rather hard to tame! Sadly, hirsutism is a common symptom of […]

  • PCOS And Diet: A Master Guide For Eating Right, 27 Sep 2017 in Diet & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    We are what we eat. And if you have PCOS, what you eat makes all the difference. While doctors will have you believe that medication is the only way to control and manage your PCOS symptoms, we are here to tell you otherwise. The right PCOS diet is the single most crucial element when it […]

  • Saw Palmetto For PCOS: Reduce Excess Male Hormones Naturally, 27 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    Are you dealing with unwanted hair on your face and your body? Is it also coupled with male pattern baldness that has less hair on your head while there’s more hair clogging your bathroom sink? Blame it on your PCOS! Both excess body hair and hair loss are caused by excess androgens or male hormones. You […]

  • Top 7 Motivation Tips For Fighting PCOS, 25 Sep 2017 in Lifestyle & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    The fight against PCOS involves a whole set of changes to your diet and your lifestyle. And because PCOS has no permanent cure, you will have to continue with these changes for long. That’s why motivation plays such an important role in battling PCOS. Also, research has shown that women with PCOS are more likely to […]

  • 10 Natural Treatments For PCOS Acne, 19 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    PCOS cystic acne, which is severe than regular acne, can be devastating for your self-image. The painful red cysts can make you feel embarrassed and self-conscious. The acne can make it difficult for you to leave the house without cover-up makeup. And even then it’s not easy to hide! Acne needs to be dealt with […]

  • PCOS And Pre-Diabetes: Know The Connection, 18 Sep 2017 in Health Problems & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    If you have been diagnosed with PCOS, you may already know that it increases your risk to obesity, Type 2 Diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. But even if you don’t have clinical diabetes just yet, you should know about the connection between PCOS and pre-diabetes. Pre-diabetes is a condition where blood sugar is already higher-than-normal levels. […]

  • 8 Low-Carb High-Fat Myths You Should Ignore, 18 Sep 2017 in Living Well

    Low-carb diets are pretty awesome. The research is very clear on them — they can treat, prevent and even reverse a variety of chronic ailments like Obesity, Diabetes Type 2, PCOS, and Metabolic Syndrome, to name just a few. That said; there seems to be a lot of dogma concerning low carb diets, particularly the […]

  • Probiotics For PCOS: Improve Your Gut Health For Relief From PCOS, 16 Sep 2017 in Diet & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    It was over 2000 years ago that Hippocrates stated “all disease begins in the gut”. The man was seriously onto something! Today more and more research points us in one direction: A healthy gut is the very foundation of good health and wellbeing. But wait, why are we talking about gut health? Isn’t Polycystic Ovarian […]

  • Dong Quai: A Traditional Chinese Remedy for PCOS, 15 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    Looking for a powerful herbal aid to fight against PCOS? Then Dong Quai is a must-add to your collection of remedies for PCOS. In traditional Chinese medicine, Dong Quai is to women’s health what Ginseng is to men’s health. In other words, it’s known to be the most potent herb to promote fertility. It also […]

  • Fenugreek: A Science-Backed Remedy For PCOS, 14 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    Are you tired of allopathic medicines to treat Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)? You may be surprised to know this, but you probably have one of the best PCOS home remedies in your kitchen right now!!! We are talking out Methi or Fenugreek seeds for PCOS here. Fenugreek Can Improve Insulin Sensitivity One of the leading […]

  • PCOS and Acne: Causes & Home Remedies For Relief, 13 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Symptoms

    If you ask me, acne is the single most devastating symptom of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS.) The very word makes my stomach churn. Unlike other skin-related PCOS symptoms like excess facial hair and pigmentation, which can be masked through beauty treatment, PCOS acne is simply impossible to hide. The acne doesn’t just leave scars on […]

  • Licorice: 8 Reasons Why It Works For PCOS, 13 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    Hormonal issues can make your life miserable.  And PCOS, in particular, is not easy to live with. The standard treatment for PCOS relies on prescribing birth control pills and/or Metformin. Neither of these are free from unwarranted side effects. Moreover, these drugs are nothing more than a Band-Aid. Allopathic drugs don’t treat the root-cause behind PCOS; […]

  • PCOS Weight Loss: 13 Tips To Get Back In Shape, 12 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Weight Loss

    Achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight is important for everyone, but even more imperative for women with PCOS. Weight gain with PCOS is often impossible to avoid, and losing those extra-pounds can be a real challenge. But it doesn’t have to be with a targeted approach! If you focus on beating insulin resistance, balancing […]

  • Vitex: A Promising Herb For Aspiring Moms, 11 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Pregnancy

    Vitex Agnus Castus, also known as Chaste Tree Berry has been around for centuries as a natural fertility-promoting herbal aid. It is an all-herbal fertility-booster that is native to the Mediterranean region. The herb can bring about hormonal balance and treat some of the symptoms of PCOS naturally. And unlike hormonal fertility treatments, the herb is […]

  • Does PCOS Increase Your Risk of Getting Diabetes?, 10 Sep 2017 in Health Problems & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    You may think that the only worrying things about polycystic ovarian syndrome are a few missed periods, some acne and trouble getting pregnant. Not that these aren’t pretty bothersome by themselves. But did you know that a PCOS diagnosis raises your risk to diabetes? Wait, what?! Yup, you heard us right. Even if you do manage […]

  • How Cod Liver Oil Helps Women With PCOS, 08 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    Are you on a journey to treat PCOS naturally? It’s time to add the mighty Cod Liver Oil into your repertoire of supplements! Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, it will improve hormonal balance to make your menstrual cycle more regular. But at the same time, cod liver oil also helps clear up acne-prone skin, treat […]

  • PCOS And Weight Gain: What’s The Connection?, 07 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Weight Loss

    If you suffer from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), you probably know that PCOS and weight gain are closely related. No matter what you do, the numbers on the scale seem to only tick up! You’ve tried a bunch of new diets, and given up on all seemingly ‘bad’ foods. Perhaps you are waking at 5am […]

  • Flax Seeds: An All Natural Remedy For Excess Hair Growth, 07 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    Hirutism, or excess hair growth, is an all-too-common and rather distressing symptom of PCOS. Women with PCOS start to notice thick, masculine pattern hair growth at unexpected places. Hair growth can happen anywhere, such as chin, along the jawline, around the mouth, arms, legs and torso. Often, it is also accompanied by thinning hair on […]

  • PCOS Weight Gain: The Complete Master Guide To Win That Battle!, 06 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Weight Loss

    Diagnosed with PCOS? Bet your doc has given you strict instructions to lose weight! But honestly, that’s easier said than done. PCOS weight gain is not an easy animal to tame. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS makes it rather hard to lose weight and most fad diets simply don’t work. Some of us manage to lose […]

  • 5 Essential Oils For Stomach Ulcers, 05 Sep 2017 in Acid Reflux & Home Remedies for Acid Reflux

    If you have stomach ulcers, you’re probably already aware of the discomfort and pain that accompanies them. Research suggests the right essential oils for stomach ulcers can provide long-term relief. The standard treatment for stomach ulcers focuses on PPIs and double antibiotics. Hence the treatment often does more harm than good in the long run. Many drugs […]

  • Diabetes Diet Plan: Guidelines, Tips & Sample Menu, 04 Sep 2017 in Diet Guide & Principles & Type 2 Diabetes

    Living with type 2 diabetes is not an easy feat. Add to that the hype around ‘Clean Eating’ which can easily overwhelm any diabetic with all the restrictions it poses. It’s true that living well with diabetes type 2 starts with the right diet plan. However, it doesn’t have to be an everyday challenge to […]

  • 17 Ways To Lower Your Blood Sugar Without Medications, 04 Sep 2017 in Living With Type 2 & Type 2 Diabetes

    Type 2 diabetes has become a global epidemic. But did you know that it’s not just preventable but also reversible? If you have Diabetes Type 2, we have for you a bunch of helpful tips on how to bring down blood sugar. While some of us are genetically at a risk of diabetes Type 2, […]

  • False Unicorn Root: A Rare Herb For Getting Pregnant, 03 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Pregnancy

    Irregular & painful periods and the inability to get pregnant are some of the most common symptoms of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS.) Because it is a complex condition, some women don’t even realize they have been suffering from PCOS for years. A few irregular periods are normal and expected, after all. Many of us don’t […]

  • How I Healed My PCOS-Related Acne (And You Can Too), 02 Sep 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Symptoms

    If you have been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), you’re probably no stranger to cystic acne. In fact, I would go as far as stating that acne was the bane of my existence when I suffered from PCOS. Those painful, swollen cysts forming underneath my skin along the jawline drove me crazy. It wasn’t […]

  • Why A Healthy Waist Size Should Be Your Biggest Concern?, 01 Sep 2017 in Living Well

    Today, most of us are already aware that obesity leads to a variety of chronic diseases. But did you know that a healthy waist size may be the most important factor in your health and wellness? I meet so many men and women at the gym who are obsessed with losing weight. They want to […]

  • 8 Diet Tips For PCOS From Personal Experience, 01 Sep 2017 in Diet & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    In an earlier article, I have shared my experience on how I reversed my Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) naturally. Diet played a key role in helping me overcome the condition. When I was first diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), my gynecologist recommended a ‘healthy ‘diet’ to treat the symptoms. The idea was to make my menstrual […]

  • 7 Exercises That Can Trigger Acid Reflux, 29 Aug 2017 in Acid Reflux & Exercises to cure Acid Reflux

    If you love working out, you probably enjoy the burn you feel in your hard-working muscles. However, our guess is that you don’t quite enjoy exercise-induced heartburn so much! If exercising is worsening your GERD, you don’t have to kick your trainers off and call it quits. Instead, simply avoid these exercises that can trigger […]

  • How To Treat PCOS Naturally – An Inspiring Success Story, 24 Aug 2017 in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome & Treatments

    While most of us notice that our bodies go through several changes as we age, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) at the age of 25 years old can come as a shock.

  • Working With Arthritis: Useful Tips To Thrive & Be Productive, 23 Aug 2017 in Arthritis

    An arthritis diagnosis is a hard pill to digest. This inflammatory disease that causes pain and swelling in joints and worsens with time can sound like a death sentence for your career. So, how can you continue working with arthritis to stay financially independent while also feeling useful and productive? Accept that arthritis will create work […]

  • 18 Time-Tested Ayurvedic Solutions for Acid Reflux, 22 Aug 2017 in Acid Reflux & Living with Acid Reflux

    According to Ayurveda, acid reflux is caused when the heat energy within our cells, known as Pitta, becomes imbalanced. Pitta is located in the stomach and is symbolized as a sharp, intense, hot and acidic energy. When an individual consumes pitta aggravating foods like vinegar, citrus juices, tomatoes, chilies, onions, garlic, alcohol and fried foods, […]

  • What to Drink For Acid Reflux?, 21 Aug 2017 in Acid Reflux & Diet Guide and Principles for Acid Reflux & Healthy Diet for Acid Reflux

    what can you sip on safely without having to worry about heartburn later? You’re in luck today, because we have put together this simple guide on what to drink and what not to drink with acid reflux for you!

  • Early Signs & Symptoms of Osteoarthritis, 21 Aug 2017 in Arthritis

    The reason osteoarthritis is also sometimes called as ‘wear and tear’ arthritis is because it’s more common in the elderly, as cartilage naturally wears out with age. However, obesity, injury and joint overuse can also exacerbate symptoms of osteoarthritis.

  • The Dangers of Dehydration That You Don’t See Coming, 19 Aug 2017 in Living Well

    You’ve heard that staying well-hydrated helps your body detox, keeps appetite in check, helps you lose weight and also keeps skin supple and younger-looking. But, that’s not the only reason why you should drink 7 to 8 glasses of water every day. In fact, dehydration could be making you sick. Dehydration can cause muscle spasms, […]

  • What’s Good For Acid Reflux? Food Substitutes For GERD Triggers!, 18 Aug 2017 in Acid Reflux & Diet Guide and Principles for Acid Reflux & Healthy Diet for Acid Reflux

    Oh, Acid Reflux…how I hate thee! Anyone who has suffered through the burning sensation of stomach acid creeping up the esophagus and into the throat knows what I mean. But the restricted diet one is supposed to eat after a GERD diagnosis is just as bad! So, when it comes to food, what’s good for […]

  • 2 Natural Supplements For Relief From Osteoarthritis, 17 Aug 2017 in Arthritis

    If you suffer from osteoarthritis, chances are you may have heard of Chondroitin Sulfate and Glucosamine Sulfate supplements to deal with the pain that accompanies this degenerative joint disease. But, are they effective? Can they stop or slow the progression of osteoarthritis? Do they have the capability to replace conventional medicine that doesn’t yet have a proven […]

  • Reading Nutrition Labels: 12 Tips To Avoid Getting Tricked, 16 Aug 2017 in Living Well

    Most good food brands print nutrition labels on packaged foods so that you know what’s in the food you’re buying and eating. Well…at least in theory. Because how often do you stare at the nutrition label of a box and wonder —- how do I pronounce that? Are there any additives and preservatives on this […]

  • Fight Asthma Caused By Allergies With These Natural Tips, 14 Aug 2017 in Allergies

    If you or someone in your family suffers from asthma, you’re probably no stranger to crazy, frantic emergency room visits. Asthma attacks are scary. Struggling for every breath and feeling helpless when you can’t get enough oxygen is not something any of us wish for. Especially if you have allergy-induced asthma, allergy season can be […]

  • Antibiotics for Kids: Know The Dangers & Health Tips When They Are Unavoidable, 11 Aug 2017 in Living Well

    While antibiotics save lives when you’re dealing with a serious bacterial infection, they are often completely ineffective and unnecessary for treating viral infections.

  • Fad Diets: Do They Work & What Are Their Dangers?, 08 Aug 2017 in Living Well

    Here is a scary truth – many of us wrongly assume that a high-protein diet will be the perfect way to lose weight and become healthier.

  • How to Prevent Alzheimer’s? A High-Fat Diet Can Help, 07 Aug 2017 in Alzheimer’s

    We still live in a fat-phobic world where a lot of people avoid eating fats, as opposed to avoiding carbohydrates in their diet.

  • Diabetes And Your Brain: Understand The Connection & Safeguard Your Brain, 04 Aug 2017 in Complications & Type 2 Diabetes

    The human brain is a complex organ, and hence is very sensitive to the harmful effects of high or blood sugar levels, since glucose and oxygen are the main fuel for brain function.

  • Get Relief From Acid Reflux With The Right Diet!, 04 Aug 2017 in Acid Reflux & Diet Guide and Principles for Acid Reflux & Healthy Diet for Acid Reflux

    The right diet for acid reflux focuses on revamping your meals so that the food you eat is easy on the tummy, while also being nutritious and healthy so that your compromised gut is better able to absorb all the nutrients.

  • Why Do Women Get Osteoporosis And How To Avoid It?, 02 Aug 2017 in Osteoporosis

    Did you know that women achieve 90% of their peak bone mass by the time they are 18 years old, while skeletal bones grow in both size and density until the age of 20 years for men?

  • 6 Food Items that You Love and Are Actually Good for You, 01 Aug 2017 in Living Well

    Diet trends aren’t just annoying; they can also be anxiety-inducing when you simply can’t understand if the food items you love are actually good for you or really bad for you.  Don’t worry; we’ve got your back! 

  • Drop the Weight for Relief From Acid Reflux, 31 Jul 2017 in Acid Reflux & Living with Acid Reflux

    Gained some weight recently? Have you also noticed that your heartburn symptoms have worsened ever since you gained weight?