Sara Bakhshaei

Sara Bakhshaei
Dr Sara Bakhshaei is a PhD. graduate Agroecologist from the Ferdowsi University of Mashhad. She has done researches in some agricultural and health fields such as Plant Ecology, Agroecology, Data Analysis, Crop production, LCA and Pharmaceutical effects of medicinal plants. She completed her researches as an Internship period in IFF institute(Institute of Social Ecology) in Vienna, Austria. Since 2016 she works as a senior researcher at Parsiteb herbal pharmaceutical company. She has 8 years of work experience as a university lecturer in Iran and published more than 100 articles in her research fields. Now she continues her study in the field of Phytomedicine at the Boku University of Vienna.

The benefits of nettle tea (Part 2)

The benefits of nettle tea (Part 2)

Nettle Tea for Longer and Stronger Hair Nettle Tea:For ages, stinging nettle has been recognized as a remedy for natural hair loss. Whether it is consumed as a tea or applied topically in the form of an ointment, cream or shampoo, nettle is highly effective in controlling hair-related problems and …

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The benefits of nettle tea? (Part 1)

The benefits of nettle tea? (Part 1)

Nettle tea, derived from heart-shaped leaves of the stinging nettle plant, is renowned for its excellent medicinal properties. This natural concoction has been in use since 3 B.C to treat various health conditions like bone-related ailments, skin issues and allergies. It is also an effective remedy for hair growth and …

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Benefits of Apricots! (Part 2)

Benefits of Apricots! (Part 2)

High in potassium Apricots are high in potassium, a mineral that also serves as an electrolyte. In your body, it’s responsible for sending nerve signals and regulating muscle contractions and fluid balance. Two apricots (70 grams) provide 181 mg of this mineral, which is 4% of the DV. As potassium works …

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Benefits of Apricots! (Part 1)

Benefits of Apricots! (Part 1)

Apricots (Prunus armeniaca) are stone fruits also known as Armenian plums. Round and yellow, they look like a smaller version of a peach but share the tartness of purple plums. They’re extremely nutritious and have many health benefits, such as improved digestion and eye health. During this article we propose …

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The best exercises for diabetics!

The best exercises for diabetics!

Exercise for diabetics: When you get moving, your body is better able to use insulin. This fall, get outside with a fun, flexible workout such as walking, swimming, or biking. You should talk to your doctor before starting an exercise program. And always check your blood sugar before and after …

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10 best foods for breakfast

10 best foods for breakfast

Breakfast is undeniably the most important meal of the day because it provides us with the energy needed to work throughout the day. Eating a healthy breakfast is linked to having better memory and ability to concentrate more in your tasks in addition to the fact that it keeps you …

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Good fiber Vs. Bad fiber (Part 2)

Good fiber Vs. Bad fiber (Part 2)

Fiber: Unique Fibers That Are Worth Highlighting Several fibers have specific health implications, and are worthy of highlighting. Fiber: Fructans A fructan is the term used to describe a small chain of fructose molecules. Oligofructose and inulin are the two main fructan varieties in the diet. They can feed the …

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Good fiber Vs. Bad fiber (Part 1)

Good fiber Vs. Bad fiber (Part 1)

Fiber can affect your health. Most people have a very basic understanding of it, and tend to lump it all into one category. However, the truth is that not all fiber is created equal. Some types are highly beneficial, while others can cause digestive problems in some people. This article explains …

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