Living with COVID-19

Lockdown and travel restrictions will soon end with the world living with COVID-19 in endemic mode. It is time to strengthen the immune system, even if you have been vaccinated. Consider adding medicinal mushrooms, spices, antioxidant-rich foods, probiotics and prebiotics to the diet. They can help reduce the chance of having more severe complications in any infections.

Making my own water kefir drinks

It is easy to make water kefir drink at home. The process is straightforward, and the cost is low, and its benefits can be experienced immediately. I will recommend it; everyone can do it at home.

Kefir – The fermenting wonder

Kefir beverages, either dairy or nondairy, are excellent natural sources of probiotics. They can be made conveniently at home and taste great. The health benefits of consuming kefir are numerous. It can improve gut health, protect against infection, prevent cancer, reduce allergy, promote healing, and lower blood sugar. Try it today if you have not.

Nature care for hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism – herbal medicine can restore sub-optimal thyroid function. A healthy diet rich in whole grains, sea vegetables, nuts and seeds can be helpful. Exercise and maintaining a healthy weight is also vital to improve hypothyroidism.

Six foods to boost nitric oxide

Rocket, spinach, beetroot, pomegranate, garlic and dark chocolate are six plant-based foods that can increase the body production of nitric oxide. They help to relax blood vessel, lower blood pressure and prevent not only cardiovascular diseases but also many chronic inflammatory conditions such as diabetes and cancer.

Is vaccine the answer to the coronavirus pandemic?

The world is racing to find a suitable vaccine for SARS-COV-2 virus, but it is unrealistic to expect any vaccine can fully eradicate the COVID-19 soon, if not ever. It is essential to maintain a healthy body with a robust immune system, our natural protection against coronavirus.

Going low carb, is it advisable?

Going “low carb” has become fashionable in recent years. “Low carb” is short for low carbohydrates in the diet. The standard dietary recommendation states that adults should get 45%-65% of …