Stress levels among all age groups are increasing with each passing day in our country. India is the second-largest country in the world in terms of its population, which is more than 140 crore. One thing is very clear: the country is heading towards development in all fields, like science and technology, women’s empowerment, and providing employment to educated youth. At the same time, it is very unfortunate that we are decreasing agricultural land. With the hike in population, the demands are increasing, like vegetable demand, fruit demand, and other essential items like cereals, pulses, spices, rice, and wheat. Concerned authorities
have to take the issue very seriously and provide some alternative ways for the public to fulfil their demands in the country.
Today I am going to let you learn about the health benefits of curd. Curd is one of our favourite foodstuffs and is used worldwide due to its great health benefits. Curd is prepared from the milk after adding some sour milk to it and then taking it in a warm place for 6 to 8 hours or more. Curd is sour, tasty, and has great health benefits.
Benefits of curd:
Curd contains vitamin C, which boosts our immune system and is beneficial for our gum health. Minerals present in cur like zinc, potassium, fat, carbohydrate, sodium, protein, vitamin A, etc.
Good for heart health:
curd reduces blood pressure and reduces strokes. It is known to increase good cholesterol and reduce blood pressure. Cholesterol and blood pressure are increasing heart-related issues. Good cholesterol allows the arteries to flow blood smoothly, which keeps the heart healthy.
Curd boosts immune system:
due to the presence of multi-nutrients in curd like minerals, vitamins, and probiotics, it boosts our immune system. Probiotics also help reduce inflammation, which causes various other chronic conditions.
Helps in weight loss:
curd helps us to reduce our weight. It is better for those who are overweight to try.
curd is one of the best foods, and it causes irritability of the stomach and indigestion. It contains lactobacillus and bifid bacteria, which are beneficial for the digestive system and reduce bloating and bowel irritation. Dysentery, constipation, and keeping us hydrated
During the summer, most people used to drink curd with meals; some had it with bread or parathas. Curd keeps us hydrated and has immense health benefits.
Today, we are noticing that young people have stomach issues; intestinal infections are one of the concerning problems we are having among our youth. All such problems are occurring due to unhygienic, nutrient-poor junk food items. IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) is one of the most concerning problems among all age groups. This problem arises due to our bad food habits, like skipping mid-day meals, drinking cold drinks on an empty stomach, smoking, etc.
Those who are suffering from IBS. Should they never avoid mid-day meals if they have some issues or are not having lunch with them at their jobs, it is best to have a few glasses of curd with ample water content with common Kashmir bread.
Suggestion: Take balanced, hygienic, and properly cooked food. Junk food is never a good option because health is wealth. Junk can increase our weight and trigger some other diseases, like IBS. Take plenty of liquid, keep hydrated, and eat fresh and seasonal fruits and vegetables.
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