Tuesday, August 15, 2006


Oats help in slowing the process of cell damage. It has some unique fatty acids and antioxidants together with Vitamin E which slows down the cell damage process and increase the life span.

A bowl of Oats porridge has always been considered a satisfying breakfast. It is the best source of soluble fibre. Oats are a very versatile cooking ingredient. A half cup cooked serving of oats has close to 4 grams of viscous souble fibre. This helps lower blood LDL cholesterol, which is the so-called “Bad” cholesterol.

A diet which is rich in oats may also help stabilize blood glucose levels, which could help people with non-insulin dependent diabetes.

It aids to cope with ovarian & uterine problems associated largely associated with the onset of menopause in women.

Oats are low in fat & salt; they are a good source of natural iron. Being a good source of calcium, they are ideal for heair, bones & nails.
Several types of baby foods contain oats, mainly in the form of whole oat flour. Dry pabulum type infant food often use just oat flour with a little barley malt & some vitamins & minerals.

Saturday, August 05, 2006

Tips to treat Headaches - Breathe Deeply

To treat headaches, backaches, insomnia is to relax. Relaxation exercises can be done in different ways for different types of problems.

Breathing deeply is one such method which can help relax your mind and help relax your entire body. Headaches can be caused due to various reasons and one such reason is diet. Improper diet or consumption of excessive foods could trigger headaches.

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