Vitamin E (almonds, green leafy vegetables) B Vitamins (folic acid, vitamin B12 and vitamin B6 – sources: meat, fish, poultry, egg, beans, fruits, green leafy vegetables, lentils, whole wheat cereals) Magnesium (nuts, seeds, whole grains) vitamin D (exposure to sunlight) and vitamin C (orange, strawberries, guava)
Vitamin D (sunshine vitamin) is a very essential nutritional tool as it improves the symptoms of depression and multiple sclerosis and imparts strength to muscles, nerves and blood vessels. Along with vitamin B12, vitamin D is essential for proper functioning of the nervous system. Vitamin D improves memory, cognitive functions and overall brain functions.
There are some instances wherein some people may experience stroke without having any apparent symptoms. Such types of strokes strike without any warning and without any symptoms – either they have no clear symptoms or the person having the stroke don’t realize that he or she had stroke. Anyway, such strokes can cause permanent damage [...]
Apricots are amazingly beneficial. Get ready to relish them - the season is approaching fast.
Have you ever noticed why you feel on cloud nine or ecstatic after you laugh, eat something pleasant and exercise – not only this, even when you run hard, you feel ecstatic; the reason is as follows: The chemicals that are produced by your brain in response to some external stimuli like excitement, exertion, pain [...]