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Your excess weight can be a serious threat to your health
Eating well can help not only in maintaining a healthy weight, but also in preventing the onset of cardiac diseases. Foods like garlic, onions and chives contain allylic sulphides that prevent excessive blood clotting. Green and black tea contains polyphenols that helps in stopping the accumulation of low-density lipoprotein (bad cholesterol) and discourage it from sticking to the walls of the arteries. Citrus fruits contain not only vitamin C but also numerous bioflavonoids, which are helpful in reducing inflammation and cholesterol levels. Carrots and carrot juice are high in beta carotene, an antioxidant known to help prevent heart disease.
Excess weight can be a serious threat to your health
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Arzoo Saltanat is a native of Gilgit. For the last three years, an ordeal has overshadowed Arzoo's life: her fight against cancer.
In 2012, the results of a biopsy test at the Aga Khan University Hospital revealed that Aliciya Josephine had breast cancer.
"Come to the Aga Khan University Hospital and have a check up done. The excellent facilities here are available to everyone." Sadaf Ahmed.
“My family and I were at the brink of losing hope when we had called the GS Hotline. The professional receiving the call was not only gentle but..."
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