Disease Specific Nutrition Tips

Rule Out Gout – With Gout Diet

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Do you have raised uric acid levels? Uric acid is normally excreted in urine. However, excess of uric acid produced by the body from foods we eat and/or internal cellular or nitrogen utilization can increase uric acid levels in blood. Normal blood range of uric acid is 2 to 7 mg/100 ml. If your levels are above 7 mg/100 ml then you are at risk of developing the disorder called gout. Range of uric acid can rise up to 20 mg/100ml in severe gout. Gout is a chronic disease due to an inherited abnormality of purine metabolism. Purine is a […]

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Increase Hemoglobin Naturally

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Low hemoglobin called anemia is a most common condition in majority of population especially in females. Recently I volunteered a blood donation camp in which I observed many healthy people who were eager to donate blood were unfit for blood donation just because of a low hemoglobin count. Low hemoglobin levels without any underlying conditions like in pregnancy, liver or kidney diseases, absorptive disorders, thalassemia, cancers, bleeding wounds etc. can be usually due to improper eating habits, low nutritional content of foods, inadequate nutrient intake or improper cooking methods which can lead to deficiency of nutrients like iron, folic acid, […]

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Ease Acidity with Easy Tips..

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Are you suffering from acidity often? I am sharing with you some tips to prevent as well as relieve acidity. Acidity is rightly termed as a hurry curry worry syndrome in which there is hyper secretion of gastric acids characterized by heart burn caused due to stomach acid reflux. Acidity may be caused due to several factors which need to be understood to prevent it. These are usually related with lifestyle and eating behaviors. Poor Eating Habits: It is the main cause of acidity which includes eating fast, irregular meals, consumption of spicy and oily foods, non-vegetarian food, over eating, […]

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Starving For Weight Loss? Strive Instead!

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            We have seen many people around us who starve for weight loss or to prevent weight gain. This article is to create awareness among such people who think simply not eating food can lead to weight loss or though it may, it will not be a healthy weight loss.             Starving is not consuming food purposefully which leads to severe malnutrition accompanied by permanent damage to internal organs and their functioning. Stop starving yourself especially under the term dieting! Dieting is completely different than starving. It involves consumption of calories and nutrients adequate to […]

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Mango Secrets

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Summer is here and the wait for yummy mangoes is over! We are often in a dilemma whether to consume mangoes or not. It is important to know that mango is extremely beneficial for health. But moderate consumption is the key to enjoy optimum benefits of mangoes. Mango is the most nutrient dense fruit and is rightly called as king of fruits. It has nearly 20 vitamins and minerals. It has the highest amount of vitamin A (β carotene – 1262 IU) and is good source of vitamin C and E. All these vitamins along with the polyphenols present in […]

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Buttermilk – The Healthful Drink

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Buttermilk is very well called as a Satvik (Nutritious) drink in Ayurveda. Buttermilk not only quenches thirst in dehydrating summer but also provides us with variety of nutrients due to the content present in it.   Buttermilk is made up of fresh curd, water, jeera powder and salt. Even pepper, coriander leaves, ginger, green chillies and curry leaves may be added to it. All these ingredients together with buttermilk have lots of health benefits. Buttermilk provides us complete nutrition. It provides us good quality of proteins with all essential amino acids. Along with proteins, it is good source of calcium, b-complex […]