A natural hair care brand that uses traditional secrets and the health risks associated with a high waist-to-hip ratio


Have you ever wondered the secret to great hair? Bangalore based brand Secret Hair Care is here to share it with you.

Co-founded by college mates Ashith Sashidhar and Divyashree J in 2018, Secret Hair Care was the answer to the demand for cleaner hair care products from today’s discerning generation.

The Bengaluru-based brand uses traditional Ayurveda-based wisdom to fight hair loss, control frizz, and effectively treat a host of other hair problems.

India is known for its strong cultural affinity for gold. Dhanteras is a very auspicious occasion, and it is believed that buying precious metals like gold and silver will protect people from negativity and bad omens. Buying gold is also a symbol of good luck, prosperity, abundance and auspiciousness.

As a metal, gold is very liquid and portable as an asset. The yellow metal benefits from various sources of demand as an investment, reserve asset, ornament and technological component. Although most Indians survive on meager income, they always found a way to buy gold.

But what should you keep in mind when buying the yellow metal as an investment? Read here to find out more.

A waist-to-hip ratio is a fantastic indicator of health and fitness. Metabolic syndrome refers to a combination of symptoms or conditions, including insulin resistance, prediabetes, abnormal cholesterol, high blood pressure, and even type II diabetes. If you have a metabolic disorder, your chances of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and dementia are higher.

One of the main signs of metabolic disorders is having a waist larger than the hip. This excess fat around the abdominal area is dangerous because it is metabolically active and can contribute to higher systemic inflammation. Chronic inflammation, in turn, is associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases, and cancer.


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