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Super best Daily food that double your energy levels

Daily food Habits
Daily food Habits

Daily we normally take food to get energy that you need to complete activities of that day.

My recent observations…..

Even though some people had good food, by the end of the day, they tell that today I am not feeling well and not able to do my work.

The reasons are as follows…

“Your diet is a bank account. Good food choices are good investments.

After waking up-Take a bowl of fruits. Then you can start your work.

Before going to office-Take Idly, wada, dosa, Puri. But this should not be more than 600 calories. Since four idly and chutny will form 400 calories.

During Lunch-Eat chapathi and some curd rice. Since many people take rice. This gives sleepy and dizziness. So better chapathies.

During Snacks-Avoid all junk foods like chat, Pani puri, Pav bazzi. Just take only vegetable salad

During Dinner-Take rice with some vegetable curry and Rasam.

Before bed-During this time take either buttermilk or Milk. Avoid curd during night Dinner or before going to bed.

10 awesome skin care tips for Rainy season

Tips for Rainy season
Tips for Rainy season

The below 10 tips are really good one can follow to get beauty skin and body.

  1. Cleanse your skin at least 3 times a day to remove excess grime and oil that can clog your pores.
  2. You must tone your skin and to do so opt for the non-alcoholic variety; these help even out your skin’s pH balance and also bring a glow to your skin.
  3. The humidity that the rains bring can dry your skin something awful. Use a nourishing moisturizer like Olay Total Effects Day Creamto make your skin moist, supple and healthy.
  4. If oily skin is your problem then moisturizers that are water based are a great option to help keep oil secretion in check.
  5. Use a reliable sunscreen with a good SPF. It may be cloudy but that doesn’t stop the sun’s UV rays from wreaking havoc.
  6. It is essential that you exfoliate your skin daily to rid it of dead cells but do so gently.
  7. Stay hydrated by drinking at least 8 glasses throughout the day. Humidity can make you sweat a lot and skin that doesn’t have enough moisture can look pale and dull.
  8. While shampooing and conditioning your hair twice a week will suffice during any other season you might want to do so more frequently during the monsoons. This is because the humidity that is pervasive during the wet spell makes you sweat; and sweat makes it easy for grime and germs to latch on to your skin.
  9. Monsoon is not the time to experiment with artificial jewellery especially if you have sensitive skin. The humidity in the air will increase the risk of a breakout.
  10. Make your own homemade face peels and packs using ingredients from your kitchen. They are natural and will do a world of good for your skin

2 Simple Tips to get glow in your face

Sun screen
Sun screen

When to use sun screen-You shouldn’t apply sunscreen before foundation, says Los Angeles dermatologist Jessica Wu, MD. “If you use sunscreen first, and then you use an anti-aging product and then a moisturizer, and then makeup, you’re disturbing that sunscreen film,” she adds. Applying other products on top of sunscreen removes some of the SPF, leading to uneven coverage. Instead, apply a thin layer of sunscreen with at least SPF 30 to your skin after you finish applying makeup.

How to rub-off your face after wash-Cleaning your face with a towel isn’t the best way to remove the dirt, grime, and oil. The fibers in your washcloth can irritate your skin and tear at its protective layer, which can contribute to the development of fine lines and dryness, says New York City dermatologist Mona Gohara, MD.

Instead, she recommends using your hands to rub in or wash off products and cleansers.