Meeta Agarwal's Profile
Meeta hails from the city of Kolkata. She has completed her schooling from La Martiniere for Girls and did her Masters at Rani Birla Girls' College. Meeta is a Fundraising Consultant for G4l Foundation (an environment based non profit). To her credit she has written articles and ebooks on health topics. Her interests include coordinating with corporates and schools for various contact programs, watching information based documentaries and reading anything informational.
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Eggplants, also known as brinjal, are berries that support the function of the brain and heart. It has anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory properties.
Rhubarb is a vegetable that is used as as a laxative. Vitamin K, flavonoids and anthraquinones gives it anti-diarrheal, anti cancer properties.
A healthy diet during exams helps reduce stress, provides energy, power to perform well, boost memory and prevents fatigue and mood swings.
Superfoods like berries, turmeric, broccoli, coffee, Holy basil can lengthen telemores, slowing down the aging process, thereby increase longevity.
Lens shaped lentils are highly nutritious that provide iron, keeps the heart healthy, fights cancer, regulates blood sugar levels and aids in digestion.