Updated: Sep 29
Turmeric Latte, a healthy solution.
Monsoon showers are eagerly awaited by everyone. Rain brings relief from the scorching summer heat and rejuvenates all of us. The cloudy sky, the downpour and lush surroundings make the season a beautiful time to enjoy and get relief from the hot sweltering heat of summer.
Monsoon season brings a lot of diseases. Due to change of weather, food, water contamination, breeding of mosquitoes in stagnated waters. Many people get sick during monsoon as moist and filthy conditions give a good chance for insects and pathogenic microorganisms to spread diseases like dengue, malaria, typhoid, viral fever, common cold, gastrointestinal disturbances etc.
You can prevent many virals and infections by following simple steps. Here are some tips that will help you stay fit and fine & prevent infection during monsoon because prevention is better than cure.
1- Get out of wet clothes and wet footwear at the earliest:
During the rainy season always carry extra clothes in a watertight bag when you go to the office. carry an umbrella and the alternative is to wear a raincoat. When you stay in wet clothes for a long time, you are at risk of catching a cold as well as becoming more vulnerable to viral infections. Use footwear that does not slip easily, or you may fall and injure yourself.
2- Boost Your Immune system to Keep Infection at Bay:
In the monsoon season It is particularly relevant when all kinds of viral infections are hovering in the air to attack you. The best way to do this is to boost your immunity with healthy foods and drinks. Turmeric Latte is the best healthy alternative to tea and coffee, and helps to save you from the monsoon diseases.
To save your making time try ZeoTUM Latte, a healthy turmeric latte. Add 1 sachet in hot or cold milk, stir & enjoy your healthy Latte. A soothing ZEOTUM turmeric latte, aka Golden milk is a perfect combination of 9 Ayurvedic & Natural Ingredients Curcumin (Haldi), Saffron (Kesar), Cinnamon (Dalchini), Nutmeg (Jaifal), Ginger (Adrak), Pepper (Kali Mirch), Fennel (Saunf), Cardamom (Choti Elaichi), Badi Elaichi (Black Cardamom)...!!!
1 cup of ZeoTUM Latte in a day is enough to boost immunity , make you healthy & energetic…
BENEFITS OF THE NATURAL INGREDIENTS
Curcumin (Haldi) - Rich in Antioxidants can reduce the risk of diseases and delays ageing process. Fennel (Saunf) - Improves appetite and digestion Black Pepper (Kali Mirch) - Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory properties to reduce weight, improves flexibility and mobility Cinnamon (Dalchini) - Best known to regulate blood sugar level. Cardamom (Choti Elaichi) - Act as Appetizer, strengthens heart. helps in hyperacidity and burning sensation. Saffron (Kesar) - A natural stimulant improves blood circulation. A powerful antibacterial and antiviral herb. Ginger (Adrak) - Appetizer and digestion, Anti Inflammatory properties supports respiratory allergies. Black Cardamom (Badi Elaichi) - Digestant and carminative to improve digestion. Anti inflammatory Properties support joint pain, helps in fever. Nutmeg (Jaifal) - a nervine relaxant improves sleep and brain function.
3- Avoid street Food and follow a healthy diet:
During the monsoon season. What you eat depends on how prone you are to catch infections and viruses.Street food is one of the biggest causes of various diseases and is prepared in unhygienic conditions. It is very important to eat healthy food to keep infections at bay. Try to drink boiled water and follow a healthy diet routine to stay healthy.Typhoid cases show an increase during the monsoons. Caused by a bacterium known as S. typhi is also transmitted through contaminated food and water. Sore throat, rashes, high fever, headache, diarrhea, abdominal pain, are some of the symptoms.
4- Keep your home clean and maintain hygiene:
Make sure your home is clean and well-ventilated. If there are any leaks or damp areas in your home, get them repaired to avoid triggering asthma attacks and respiratory problems. Wet walls are the breeding ground for fungus and can cause allergies and trigger asthma if you have asthma. Avoid going near a wet wall. Maintaining proper hygiene can help prevent viral infections. Make sure you wash or sanitize your hands before and after your meals, coughing, sneezing, gardening, petting, using the washroom, etc. Also, make sure you don't pick at your wounds or cuts to avoid the spread of bacteria.
5- Stay Hydrated & Drink Clean Water:
Drinking a lot of water helps to flush out the toxins and to improve your immunity. But make sure to consume only boiled or safe and purified water. This is the season for water borne diseases like cholera and typhoid. These precautions will lower the risk of these diseases like stomach infection and diarrhea.
6- Use mosquito nets and repellents and Keep Mosquitoes Away:
Malaria is the most common disease during monsoon. Since it is spread by female Anopheles mosquitoes, it is advisable to use a mosquito net or repellent. Try to wear full-sleeved clothes to reduce the chance of being bitten by mosquitoes. Try to keep your surroundings clean by keeping dustbins dry and covered and not allowing water to accumulate in balconies, premises, and streets. Water logging is only an invitation for diseases as it serves as an ideal source for mosquitoes to breed. Also cover water pits and puddles with sand or mud or insecticides.
We at Zeon Lifesciences aim for
“Good Health for All”
Zeon is serving with 30+ years of experience in the industry. We are working meticulously to bring the knowledge of nature with innovation and advanced technology in the form of unique combinations to our consumers. Our in-house formulae and manufactured products are for all age groups in various SKUs such as Powders, Diskettes, Tablets, capsules, oral liquids granules, etc. Zeon offers a specialized blend of multivitamin along with herbs and antioxidants essential for healthy and nutritional living. Our immunity range has ingredients for energy and fighting the virus.
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