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Health benefits of garlic

Health benefits of garlic

- by Republica

Garlic’s antioxidants and antibacterial properties can clear up your skin by killing acne-causing bacteria. Some data shows rubbing raw garlic over pimples can clear them away. Be aware, though, that it could cause a burning sensation on your skin.

Tips for napping

Tips for napping

- by Republica

It’s not healthy to nap for a long time. You will only feel groggy afterward. Just napping for 10 to 20 minutes is enough to make you feel fresh

Health benefits of methi

Health benefits of methi

Methi is one of the most common spices in Nepali cuisine, popularly used in garnishing pickles and vegetables. Rich in several vitamins and minerals, it has a very strong bitter taste and emits aroma when cooked. It has numerous benefits as below:

Health benefits of Jimbu

Health benefits of Jimbu

- by Republica

Jimbu is an herb belonging to the onion family, grown and used extensively in Nepal. It is a seasonal herb, harvested between June and September.

Simple ways to find happiness

Simple ways to find happiness

- by Republica

In a world filled with sadness and puzzles, finding happiness can be a struggle for most of us.  However, what you need to realize is that finding happiness is within your grasp. Here are some simple ways to help you find a happiness that you’re searching for:

Health benefits of oats

Health benefits of oats

- by Republica

Oatmeal is rich in soluble fiber, so people tend to feel full more quickly after eating it than they do after consuming other foods. Feeling full can help a person reduce their portion size and achieve their weight loss goals.

Tips to Stay Motivated

Tips to Stay Motivated

- by Republica

The people with whom you surround yourself have an enormous impact on your life. Even the simple act of observing others can affect your own motivation, and in ways far broader than physical fitness.

Ways to stay awake

Ways to stay awake

- by Republica

Sometimes you have to stay awake all night due to work, exam or maybe because of some situation. Staying awake can be a real challenge. Here are some tricks and hacks to help you stay awake.

Health benefits of Onion

Health benefits of Onion

- by Republica

Onion keeps the blood sugar level in check. It contains chromium that stimulates the activity and regulation of beta cells in the body.

Tips to deal with social anxiety

Tips to deal with social anxiety

- by Republica

Social anxiety is common, and many people experience it. If you’re at a party and feel really anxious about introducing yourself to new people, remember that other people might feel the same way. So go ahead and introduce yourself.

Health benefits of shilajit

Health benefits of shilajit

- by Republica

When sun-rays falls and heat Himalayan rock in the month of May & June, a kind of dark black chemical releases out after it melts which is called Shilajit (Asphaltum in English). Shilajit is found in the Himalayan region of Nepal and has a pungent taste. Shilajit is a highly mineral supplement because it contains abundant minerals. Some health benefits of Shilajit are:

Health benefits of gooseberry

Health benefits of gooseberry

- by Republica

Gooseberry keeps the blood sugar level in check. It contains an element called chromium that stimulates the activity and regulation of beta cells in the body.

Lifestyle changes to prevent snoring

Lifestyle changes to prevent snoring

- by Republica

Snoring is often induced by the collection of extra mass or weight around one’s throat and neck. Hence, exercising and losing weight may be the best bet for the overweight people to adopt in order to stop snoring.

Ways to whiten your teeth

Ways to whiten your teeth

- by Republica

A diet high in fruits and vegetables may be good for both your body and your teeth. Strawberries and pineapple are two fruits that have been claimed to help whiten your teeth

How can you make healthy food resolutions really stick?

How can you make healthy food resolutions really stick?

- by Associated Press

For many of us, January is all about giving things up: Maybe we’re going to stop eating meat and embrace a plant-based diet. Or we’re ready to kick excess sugar to the curb after a holiday season awash in sweets. Or we’re committed to avoiding fast food.