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Most annoying of post-COVID effects is hair loss. (Photo credit: Pixabay)

  • Adding butter to your breakfast can help post COVID hairloss
  • Aliv seeds or garden cress seedare loaded with vitamins C, A and E, iron, folate, calcium
  • Rice is a must to manage post COVID hairloss

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Like it or not, veggies are must for better health. (Photo Credit: Representational Image/Unsplash)

  • Eating your favourite snacks and still maintaining your weight might sound ridiculous
  • There are ways to satisfy your cravings while not gaining extra calories
  • Here are a few recipes for your favourite savoury snacks

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One should not eliminate important nutrients or meals altogether to lose weight. (Photo credit: Pixabay)

  • One hour of workout per day is enough
  • One should stick to a proper workout routine rather than hopping to new exercises everyday
  • Losing 10 kilos a month is unhealthy

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Iron-rich super foods can help you feel energetic. (Photo Credits: Representative Image/Unsplash

  • Lethargy is one of the major signs of iron deficiency in the body
  • Spinach is super rich in iron, along with other vegetables like kale and broccoli 
  • Dark chocolates are rich in antioxidants and iron

New Delhi, Delhi, India – Business Wire India Highlights of the recommendations are as follows: 1. With N.I.C.E protocol, mild to severe patients, can be cured in 7 days.

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Diversifying exercise regimen aids weight loss. (Photo credit: Representative/Alex McCarthy on Unsplash)

  • Cardio workouts alone won’t help lose enough weight
  • Mix up your exercises to draw the optimal output from your exercise regime
  • Having the right diet is key to any weight-loss program

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Diet has an impact on several aspects of life, including fertility. (Photo Credit: Unsplash)

  • Foods rich in folic acid have a positive impact on fertility in women
  • In men, sperm quality improves with healthy diet
  • Beverages and alcohol were found to have little impact, whether good or bad, on fertility