Digestive health

MRI: A Safer Non-Invasive Diagnostic Technique    

Science has developed many ways to examine the internal body organs and their details, and a whole department of 
medical science has been dedicated to such examination called “Radiology.” Major methods used in Radiology include X-rays, Ultrasound, CT scan and MRI. Of all the above mentioned methods, safest and most modern one is MRI. It does not emit radiations; rather it works with a magnetic field system.

What does MRI stand for?

MRI is an abbreviated form of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. It is a non invasive diagnostic test that helps the physicians to diagnose the problem and ailment, and treat it accordingly.

How does MRI work?

It is important to note that our body is primarily composed of water molecules; each containing two hydrogen nuclei, or Protons. These protons align themselves in the process of an MRI scan.

Whole-Wheat Couscous Pilaf    

This is an excellent recipe with high fiber content. It is beneficial for colon cancer. It has potential to control the high 
blood sugar level and the cholesterol level. Fiber is capable of regular bowel movements which in turn help to reduce the constipation problem.


1.    Chicken broth (sodium reduced)/ water- 1 ¼ cup
2.    Butter- 1 tbsp
3.    Salt- As per taste
4.    Hot sauce- ½ tsp

Digestive health    

Indigestion, acidity these are some of the most common ailments around the world. It can happen for several reasons, like stressful life, over eating etc, but it always interrupts our smooth living. So to maintain the smooth living we need to control our lifestyle with some serious efforts.
•    Instead of consuming big meals try to intake 4-5 small meals a day. It will help your body to improve your digestion.
•    One of the most important ingredients for improving your digestive system is fiber. Several fresh fruits, cereals, vegetables contain fiber.

Matches and Mismatch Between Hemispheres of Brain    

Human brain is a mystery; with extreme similarities and on the other hand, extreme dissimilarities between the two hemispheres. A
left right brain
 human brain is divided into 2 hemispheres; the right one and the left one. When we look at both the parts, we can suddenly notice the extreme similarity between both of them. On the contrary, when we look at the functions of both of them; those are entirely and wholly different from each other. These similarities and dissimilarities are topic of this article, today.


All the similarities that we can find between the right and the left hemispheres of our brains are anatomical. There isn’t any similarity between these two parts that isn’t anatomical.
When we look at a human brain, we can identify the identical symmetry of both hemispheres. They seem identical; they seem to be two identical brains joined together to form one greater brain; they are one and the same thing apparently. Both are connected to each other by a flat bundle of nerve fibres called Corpus Callosum. If this weak wall is cut, we can more clearly notice the indistinguishable looks which are in fact, difficult to tell apart from each other.

Why you should hire a personal trainer    

We love to have a fit body, but sometimes we just misuse those fitness machines, which can leave some bad impact on our body. So you need to acquire knowledge about the proper fitness training. Personal trainers always show you the well designed effective path. They can completely concentrate on you and advice you well so that you can achieve your fitness goal.
•    Personal trainer is not only the instructor, but also the principle source of inspiration.
•    In this busy lifestyle we always try to give excuses for our discontinuity, when we appoint a personal trainer, it helps us to reduce our excuses.


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