Amazing Benefits Of Papaya For Babies Although papaya is useful for all age

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Has your baby started consuming solid foods? Are you planning to introduce vegetables and fruits in his diet soon? Well, if you can relate to the above situations reading this post is a must!   If you determined to give your precious baby a nutritious diet, you may also be wondering what all is good for him. Are you anxious to know whether your favorite fruit papaya is safe for your baby or not? Worry not! The article will tell you all about the goodness of papaya for babies and why it is a must-have! 1. Improves Digestion: Papaya has papain, an enzyme that effectively breaks down complex food structures. That’s one of the reasons why many chefs use papaya to soften the meat. Regularly feeding your baby 2-3 ounce…
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Waterborne diseases 88% of all waterborne illnesses are the result of poor hygiene

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Water is life or life is water Waterborne diseases are a major threat to the population globally, especially in developing countries. World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF estimates that they are behind 80% of all illnesses and a third of all deaths in developing nations. In India alone, there are more than 3000 people who die every day because of diseases caused by contaminated water. In a different report, the WHO estimates that 88% of all waterborne illnesses are the result of poor hygiene, sanitation, and an unsafe water supply. Causes Waterborne illnesses have two main causes: Pollution e.g. dangerous levels of chemicals, nitrates or heavy metals in the water supply due to industrial pollution or the overuse of agricultural chemicals. Dirt & Contamination - Bacteria, viruses and parasitic organisms…
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Top 6 Side Effects Of Grapes: Take care this season!

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1. Allergy:  Grape Allergies are extremely rare but it is the most serious side effect of grapes. Even touching grapes can trigger allergic reactions in some people. Allergy symptoms include hives, red patches, wheezing difficulty in breathing, and sneezing. In severe cases, shortly after eating grapes, the allergic person goes into anaphylactic shock. However, even if you have an allergic reaction, it does not imply that you are allergic to grapes. The reaction could be due to pesticides sprayed on grapes or mold that grows on grapes. To be sure, get an allergen test. 2. Weight Gain: Grapes are low on calories. One cup of grapes has only about 100 calories. However, grapes are small and bite sized fruits. So, it is easy to lose track of how many you have…
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Guava’s wonderful 15 Benefits: Heart Healthy, Weight Loss Friendly and More

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I am sure you have enjoyed a plateful of guavas sprinkled with chaat masala atop. Nothing else can match up to the luscious jams, jellies & murabbas laced with an intoxicating strong-sweet fragrance. Undeniably, it is one fruit which always got enough lauding from our grandmothers. Guava, popularly known as amrood in Hindi, comes loaded with tiny hard seeds at the center. It is believed to have its genesis in Central America where it is alternatively known as "sand plum". It is round or oval in shape with light green or light yellow skin, and the colour of its flesh varies from white or pink to dark red and has edible seeds. Besides its unique flavour and fragrance, guava has been hailed as one of the super fruits due to…
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Tips for Relieving Infant & Baby Cough, Cold & Flu Symptoms

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When your infant or baby shows signs of having a cold or flu, you’ll try anything to give them relief. Most children’s cough and cold medicines are not recommended for children under six years of age. However, there are a number of ways you can help keep your child comfortable and soothe their symptoms. With some careful attention (mixed with a little bit of TLC), you can quickly and efficiently help your little one feel like their normal self. Here are some preventative measures you can take as a parent: Take precautions before bedtime Most kids get restless when they’re sick, but children with a cold or flu should have lots of bed rest to help their bodies fight the virus1. Here are four preventative measures you can take to…
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