Know the benefits of food product on our health and body.

  • Benefits of Garlic

    Benefits of Garlic

    Garlic is a medicinal plant, which is commonly known for its strong flavor and smell. It has a mixed flavor, which is a combination of sweet, pungent and nutty. it is known for…

  • Benefits of Shilajit

    Benefits of Shilajit

    Shilajit is a natural substance, found primarily in the Himalayas, which for centuries has been gradually decomposed by microorganisms of certain plants. It is a powerful and very safe dietary supplement that restores…

  • Benefits of Giloy

    Benefits of Giloy

    Giloy is often called the source of immortality and is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine. There are many benefits of Giloy. It’s a powerful component of antioxidants that kill free radicals and reduce…

  • Benefits of Goat milk

    Benefits of Goat Milk

    We all have been taught one thing since childhood, milk is super important. The thought of drinking milk for stronger bones and teeth has been engraved in us since a young age. There…

  • Benefits of Apple

    Benefits of Apple

    An Apple is a rich colored popular fruit, which is available in many different colors. Usually in India, we commonly see red and green apples. It has a mixed flavor of sweetness and…

  • Benefits of Egg

    Benefits of Egg

    An egg has two parts one is the yolk and the other is the white part, both the parts are enriched with vitamins, proteins and minerals. The yolk contains fatty acids, cholesterol, vitamin…

  • Benefits of Curd

    Benefits of Curd

    One of the most popular dairy products is curd. It is made by fermentation of milk. Curd has its own texture and sourness different from milk, which it gets from lactic acid, which…

  • Benefits of Amla

    Benefits of Amla

    Amla is also known as Indian Gooseberry, is one of the superfruits, which are cultivated throughout India. Ayurveda has been using Amla as a medicine for a long period. Other not so popular…

  • Benefits of Green Tea

    Benefits of Green Tea

    The green tea is called Camellia Sinensis in the Latin language. It comes from a shrub and the black tea comes from the same shrub. The tea leaves are obtained from the shrub…