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- Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

  • To get rid of the stains on the sink, use a drop of coconut oil with vim and rub with a polythene scrub in circular motions on the affected surface. 
Another way is to rub the sink with dishwasher liquid mixed in warm water once in a month.
For a clean white porcelain sink, spread the paper towel in the sink. But first, soak the towel in bleach. Leave for 30 minutes and then clean with running water.

    2016-08-30

  • Green peas are rich in proteins, vitamins, minerals and help reduce bad cholesterol.
A cup of green peas can cover 25% of your daily fiber requirements and boost energy.
Use peas in soups, snacks, mixed vegetable curries, pulav and parathas, to consume on regular basis.
They contain ‘coumestrol’ that helps prevent stomach cancer and also aids in bone health.

    2016-08-29

  • Include Tulsi/Basil in your diet to increase immunity, remain disease-free and look young. Yes it has anti-aging properties! 
Make delicious Paneer at home by marinating Paneer chunks for 3 hours in paste made from ground Tulsi leaves, 1 tsp sugar, pepper powder, curd, mustard oil, black salt and garlic-ginger paste. 
Later, grill it in the microwave at 200 degrees, till done. Enjoy aromatic Tulsi Paneer at home with mint chutney. Tulsi works as an appetizer and aids in digestion.

    2016-08-28

  • According to Ayurveda, Tulsi/Basil is the mother of all remedies. 
Add a decoction of Tulsi leaves to your bathwater to cure skin infections. 
Rub Tulsi oil on your body to keep insects and mosquitoes away. 
Soak Tulsi leaves in water overnight, strain the mixture in the morning. Use it as an eye wash to relieve eye strain resulting from computer usage.

    2016-08-27