Want to look beautiful? Charcoal and mud may come to your rescue

Want to look beautiful? Charcoal and mud may come to your rescue

Everybody wants to look beautiful. The beauty industry is booming and there are many products in the market that promise easy solutions to all of your beauty requirements. The majority of these products contain chemicals that do more harm than good. Due to this, going natural or searching for alternatives is the’in’ thing now. Besides, natural products are also eco friendly, and this raises its value in the eye of customers.

Nature has many things that could make you look beautiful. Some of these things are common. But there are lots of things that are surprising that nature has that you may have never regarded as a beauty aid. Let us have.


Charcoal cleans your skin of dirt and dead cells. It saves your skin from the effects of environmental pollutants and gives you a radiant look.


You won’t ever have the ability to turn your nose up again at mud after you read this. Yes, mud is another beauty ingredient that is currently hiding in plain sight. It’s great for oily skin. Mud can also help you fight acne and other skin conditions. This is because it contains many minerals that are beneficial for skin health. It can clean your skin, open pores up and clean all poison that lurk in your skin surface away.


This has a effect on skin. It is extremely powerful and is easy to sue. It has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties and can help you fight skin inflammation. You could also apply honey on your skin to eliminate skin blemishes and scars. It can provide relief from itching and heal skin.


Salt is one natural ingredient that has beauty benefits. It is a rich source of minerals such as magnesium and potassium. Washing your face with salt water make you look radiant and can refresh and rejuvenate your skin. You may add your bath water and salt for benefits.

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Simple Tips to help you stick to your low carb diet

Simple Tips to help you stick to your low carb diet

A low carb diet is the best option if you would like to lose weight quickly. It’s healthful and an ideal way to get healthy. This diet can reduce your risk of diabetes, heart diseases and also help you maintain your body weight. It can also improve your abilities. According to a study at Ohio State University, a low-carb diet may have benefits for people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes even if they don’t lose any weight. This study was published by the Journal of Clinical Investigation Insight.

But following a low carb diet for extended may be a problem.

This is because people have carbs as a staple in their diet. It may not be possible for you to maintain the diet plan if you stay away from foods you have from your diet. It’s for this reason that we’ve compiled a plan that will help you stay on track with your low carb diet. Let us take a look at how you can do it.

Drink Plenty of water

You might face the issue of dehydration when carbohydrates cut off from your diet. You want to drink more water to counter this. Additionally, it will give you more energy that you get from carbohydrates. Have at least 3 litres of water each day.

You may get cravings. Avoid giving into temptations. Eat your fill when you aren’t hungry, and don’t reach for snacks. Most snacks include carbs and you might end up making the wrong option. Instead eat more filing foods that will fill you up for more.

Add lots of veggies to your diet

Eat lots of vegetables. Heap your plate. These are rich in vitamins and minerals and filling. Your body’s need of carbohydrates will come from these veggies.

Eat healthy fats

Add avocado and nuts to your diet. You can snack on almonds and walnuts. It will keep you full and those include fats. Have more of fish to improve energy levels.

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Kota Kids Died From Hypothermia Lacked Equipment: Report

Kota Kids Died From Hypothermia Lacked Equipment: Report

The sorry state of Kota’s J.K. Lon Hospital is represented in a government-appointed panel’s report which indicates that around 105 kids died in a span of more than a month as a result of cold shivering in the hospital as it lacked everything a standard hospital should have.

The committee formed by the Rajasthan government to probe the lacunae in the hospital leading to the deaths of kids has confirmed in its report that infants died due to hypothermia, a medical emergency that occurs when the body temperature falls below 95 F (35 C). The normal body temperature is 98.6 F (37 C). Even as the kids in the hospital continued to die in the winter, biting cold, the hospital did not have stocks of lifesaving equipment, said the report.

The newborns should have body temperature of 36.5 degree celcius; hence they were stored on warmers where their temperature stays normal. However, as the hospital lacked functional warmers, their body temperature continued to plummet.

The report stated that 22 nebulisers from 28 were dysfunctional, 81 infusion pumps out of 111 were not working and the same was the story with para monitors and pulse oxymeters.
What made the matters worse was that the absence of oxygen pipeline at the hospital due to which oxygen was supplied to kids with the support of cylinders.

The ICU wasn’t fumigated for months, the report said.

“The children continued to die in December as Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot celebrated the launch of’Nirogi Rajasthan’ effort in the state,” said former health minister Rajendra Rathore.

“The nursing workers, already under-staffed, prefer to stay idle while ward boys rule the roost from the J.K. Lon Hospital,” said an official.

Also, the hospital staff continued with the whitewash in wards where infants suffering from pneumonia were admitted for oxygen.

According to sources, there was no record of 40 heaters. A hospital official said despite Rs 6-crore funds lying with the hospital, no purchase was made.

To him, a gesture suited for the grim situation prevailing in the hospital, a green carpet was given on Friday, when state Health Minister Raghu Sharma visited the hospital. The carpet was rolled back, after drawing criticisms.

A woman died the same day when Sharma visited the hospital as the officers were busy getting the walls cleaned.

Former Health Minister Rajendra Rathore said uncontrolled transfer of experts on political grounds has deprived of availing the best services, the patients.

He said the current government has not had yearly repair contracts of the equipment purchased under its tenure. “There is not any medical review arrangement for the equipment purchased,” Rathore said.

Gehlot in December celebrated one year of the formation of his government and launched the’Nirogi Rajasthan’ campaign.

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