1.Gooseberry (Amla): Eat enough and this gooseberry might give you goosebumps instead of sweat stains. “Not only is amla a great refresher, it’ll also reverse the ageing effects of the strong Indian sun and give you added stamina for gym sessions,” says Ritika Samaddar, dietician, Max Healthcare. “It strengthens the heart, hair and different glands in the body, as well and can be drunk at any time of the day.”
2. Apricot: If you’re prone to skin breakouts or acne in the summer, apricot’s your man.. err fruit. “They provide the body with iron, vitamin C, potassium and fibre,” says Dr Kakar. Pack a handful to the gym and enjoy them as a great pre- or post-workout snack.
3. Butter milk: Butter milk can kick diet soda’s ass. “It is one of the healthiest bracers in hot summer months as it is the residue left behind after the fat in milk has been churned to produce butter,” says Mumbai based nutritionist Niti Desai. Glug a glass a day to avoid dehydration and avoid digestion issues.
4. Cardamom (Elaichi): Look no further than your cup of elachi chai for an instant cooldown. Cardamom, an original Indian spice, is commonly used in Ayurveda for almost any ailment from halitosis to digestion and has wonderful detoxifying properties to effectively cool down even the most hot-headed days. Africa, jealous much?
5. Corn: Nothing elevates work stress more than a malfunctioning air conditioner. So pop some corn. It’s a good source of pantothenic acid, which provides vitamin B to lower stress levels. Dr Kakar recommends boiling corn for a snacker or a lunch takeaway as it lowers cholesterol levels and is high in essential carbs.
6. Mango: Skip Katrina’s aamsutra adverts and focus on the real fruit. Chilled mangoes are the juiciest way to cool off, but if you’re looking for a bit of spice, try this: Unripe mangoes are a rich source of pectin and when steamed and juiced with cumin (jeera) and salt, they provide an excellent remedy for heat strokes and exhaustion in summers.
7. Oyster: Even if the world’s not your oyster, make this shellfish a part of your summer meals. Already established as an aphrodisiac, oysters contain phytochemicals that wipe out the toxins that encourage sweating. But heed these pearls of wisdom: They’re best consumed fresh and should not be bought from stores where they’re sold in bags and bowls.
8. Peaches: Dried peaches are advisable for those who are anaemic and over-fatigued,” says New Delhi-based nutritionist, Dr Sonia Kakar. They also fight high cholesterol. Eat them with the skin for breakfast to get your requirement of vitamin A, vitamin B2 and potassium and everything will be just peachy!
9. Soybeans: Traditional Chinese medicine proves soybeans are great natural coolants. “Rich in protein, they help prevent nasty summer colds,” says Dr Kakar. Add some to caramel custards, kheer or payasam to lower bad cholesterol levels. Soy far, Soy cool!
10. Watermelon: There’s a reason this fruit holds a lot of water to its name: Super-sized and super-packed with nutritional goodies such as iron, potassium, beta carotene and vitamin C, watermelon has 95 per cent water content. “It also helps treat kidney, bladder and digestive problems and can be drunk as juice or directly eaten,” says Desai.
Take a dip in the sea of information and get details about anything but unless you specify the subject, you would never know anything.
Can U get tomatoes from a vegetable shop without your naming it? Can you SMS to your girlfriend without feeding her right number? So, you have to be specific in asking for anything. Likewise, you have to be specific in awarding a headline to your article or it will miss all attentions.
Everybody of us is looking into the ways of ‘Online income’. We may have nectar with us but the customer will approach us if he/she is rightly (specifically) informed. We may safely call it Key-words.
Choose right key-word(s) and soon you would find the customer inquiring about your product(s). The process is oversimplified by Google. Looking to the demand for a product, Google searches to list the product(s) with the help of keywords.
It is really difficult to identify correct procedure to find a keyword.
There are many different keyword tools but most of the times those are confusing since they do not provide the desired results.
Who would like to miss a guidance which walks you through the process of finding keywords?
You would need to care for only 2-things.
Traffic and Competition
Without traffic, there is no point in getting rankings in search engines. If there is too much competition, there is no point in getting rankings in the first place.
So ideally we look for a keyword that has a good amount of traffic (the higher the better) and low competition (the lower the better). But what metric should you look at first, traffic or competition. This is a horse and carriage sort of scenario.
Find Keywords efficiently
Take a keyword in which you look for keyword ideas for (whether it be articles, website content, etc). Let it be a little known word - “bass fishing” and feed it into Jaaxy - a “keyword tool” to get at the keyword data you need
Here we go, lets have a gander of my first set of search results…
Let us look at COMPETITION first. It is the most important thing. If you can’t get rankings in Google easily, then there is no point to care about traffic. You will notice the added check marks beside particular QSR rankings. QSR (Quoted Search Results) is a metric native to Jaaxy that tells you exactly how many competing pages there are in Google. This is the most important piece of information. If there are very few pages in Google under a search term, that is a good thing. That means little competition for you.
Note: Google no longer provides this information and no other keyword tool gets at this piece of data as efficiently as Jaaxy does!
Competition should be your focal point. Aim for under 400 QSR, the closer to 0 the better. In this case all of the keywords with green check marks are under 400 QSR.
What is a Good Amount of Traffic?
Traffic numbers have an unnecessary influence on people’s decision. Don’t pay much attention to traffic, since the most important aspect is that the keyword gets SOME traffic. Competition should be much more important to you than any traffic or trend value.
If you get a #1-3 ranking in Google under a search term that gets 50 clicks per month, you are going to probably get a good number of clicks to your page. If you get a ranking on page 2 or 3 within Google under a term that gets 1,000′s of clicks per month, you are not going to get much traffic, if any. People simply don’t click past the first page of the search results, hence my reasoning for focusing on Competition first, Traffic second.
Usually, aiming for over 50 clicks in Jaaxy is recommended, the higher the better obviously (assuming it has limited competition). From the initial search, here are some great keywords that I could be added to a keyword list for later use, all are definite KEEPERS and will be quite easy to get great rankings under. You could write an article, create a blog post, create a web page, or upload a video targeting any of these and get prime time rankings!
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