PRESERVA WELLNESS NEWSLETTER

Newsletter Vol. 1, No.2, July 2017

» Newsletter September 2017

Immune response is a natural process that takes place in the body, your immune system does a remarkable job of defending you against disease-causing microorganisms. But sometimes it fails: A germ invades successfully and makes you sick. It is now possible to intervene in this process and boost your immune system by supplementing your diet with natural super food Turmeric. It increasing the immunity and also acts as an adaptogen, helping support the vital organs. read more


» Newsletter August 2017

Obesity has become an epidemic and is a serious life style disorder. It may shorten the life span of a person as well as create diminished efficiency and happiness. Diabetes, heart disease, stroke, hypertension, high cholesterol, some types of cancers are major health risks due to obesity. From an Ayurvedic perspective, the prime cause of obesity is lifestyle.and diet choices that disrupt balance. These can be overeating, excessive intake of heavy or oily food read more


» Newsletter July 2017

Dengue is an acute fever caused by a virus transmitted by the bite of an Aedes Argypti mosquito, found indoors, in the closet and other dark places. Outdoors they rest in cool and shaded areas. Incurring in tropical and sub-tropical parts of the world, DF is severe, flu-like illness that affects infant, young children, and adults. It spreads rapidly, and in the event of epidemic, it will affect a large number of people and eventually cause the loss of lives. read more


» Newsletter June 2017

Diabetes Mellitus is one of the most dreadful diseases which is haunting the modern day mankind and has been on a continuous rise. Diabetes also commonly known as “Diabetes Mellitus” is a cluster of chronic metabolic disorders which is defined by high blood glucose or blood sugar levels caused either by the inadequate insulin production from the pancreas or due to the failure of the body cells in responding properly to the insulin produced or sometimes read more