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Want to prevent infections during monsoon? Include Vitamin C rich food in your diet!

Want to prevent infections during monsoon? Include Vitamin C rich food in your diet!

In order to prevent infections during this season, doctors have urged children to increase the intake of Vitamin C rich food as it will help in killing infected cells in the body.

Cancer cells can take 100 times the hit with a combination of vitamin C and antibiotics, says study!

Cancer cells can take 100 times the hit with a combination of vitamin C and antibiotics, says study!

The new combination approach prevents cancer cells from changing their diet (metabolically inflexible), and effectively starves them, by preventing them from using any other available types of bio-fuels.

Suffering from common cold? Higher doses of Vitamin C may cut duration of viral infection

Suffering from common cold? Higher doses of Vitamin C may cut duration of viral infection

The findings showed that people who consumed larger doses of Vitamin C, six-eight grams per day, during their cold helped them reduce its duration. 

Vitamin C: Can it kill cancer cells? Know the health benefits of ascorbic acid

Vitamin C: Can it kill cancer cells? Know the health benefits of ascorbic acid

Vitamin C is an antioxidant compound found in a variety of fruit and vegetables such as - oranges grapefruits, lemons, cabbages, green and red peppers, broccoli, strawberries, raspberries, etc.

Pear – The quintessential weight loss food!

Pears are an excellent source of fiber and a good source of vitamin C. One medium pear provides about 24 percent of daily fiber needs for only 100 calories.

Keep your body hydrated with lemon water this summer!

Lemon water or Nimbu paani, as it is popularly known in India, is considered as the best fluid that can keep you refreshed throughout the day.

Eat pears regularly to improve BP, heart functions

 Consuming pears everyday may improve blood pressure and vascular function in middle aged people with metabolic syndrome (Mets), a study has found.

Vitamin C reduces risk of cataract progression

According to a latest reports eating a diet rich in Vitamin C can slow down the risk of cataract progression by a third.

Eating potatoes may cut stomach cancer risk: Study

Having 50mg of vitamin C daily, approximately two potatoes' worth, brought the risk down by 8 per cent.

Are you a diabetic? Try these 5 power foods

In case you are a diabetic,stick to these 5 power foods to help you fight against it.

Six amazing health benefits of eating potatoes!

Though potatoes are a high-carbohydrate food, eating them in moderate quantities won't make you fatter.