Foxtail millets are rich in calories that give vitality and quality to the body to perform exercises. It is broadly grown in India, Africa and China. Apart from its common availability, it is considered as the ideal substitute for the usual grains we incorporate in our diet.
We are pretty sure that you would have grown up hearing this phrase- “Apple of my eye.” Shakespeare also used it in the 1590s when he wrote ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. Sadly, the poor date did not manage to get a place in idiom history. They were admired separately for their qualities. Later, the modern world happened and the food industry started growing. People went crazy over the natural spreads which were devoid of any artificial preservatives or colouring.
Now with the winters setting in, its time that we replenish our stock of honey. And gone are the days when honey meant a single jar procured from the supermarket. You should seriously invest time in understanding the benefits of procuring pure honey, the varieties of honey and how they can be used.
Honey is honey and is the one medicine for complete health. Black plum is very famous fruit in India where it is well known as Jamun. Jamun Honey is sourced from bees that feed and forage primarily on Jamun blossoms. It is collected from Bihar region and harvested in August when the flowers blossom. Jamun honey has the essence of Jamun flora in it naturally.
We have all heard people talk so much about anti-aging, right? Be it anti-aging creams, products, pills or food. The most natural (and the best) way to make this an effective part of your life is by incorporating the foods or superfoods that are high in anti-aging properties.
With the Capital’s air continuing to record high pollution, we will have to find ways to deal with it. Of course with the elderly and children being more vulnerable it is advisable for them to stay indoors with a high-quality air purifier.