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Pt. B D Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak
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    Vitiligo is an acquired skin disorder characterized clinically by totally white spots and by the total absence of pigment-producing cells in the skin, the melanocytes.

    " the skin disease is not an infectious disease hence it is not a communicable disorder which a lot of people are unaware of thus subjecting a vitiligo patient to a lot of social discrimination. Another myth is that it is leprosy which in fact is an entirely different skin disease caused by mycobacterium lepra.

    All the talk about dietary influence like fish with milk, etc is all myth and various studies have found no link in the causation of disease with these dietary agents" patient must be put on a healthy diet to enhance immunity. Sports, sound sleep and healthy diet are works like a miracle for all vitiligo patients

    Vitiligo diets food items to avoid

    Following is the list of food items which you may want to consider avoiding in your diet.

    These are the food items which are generally suggested by many people for controlling vitiligo.


    Custard apple,
    Cashew nuts,
    Watermelon and


    Red sorrel,
    Tamarind and

    Milk products

    Curd and

    Non-vegetarian food items

    Red meat and

    Other food items

    Junk food,
    Soda bicarb,
    Carbonated drinks and
    Oily and spicy food items like pickles

    Vitiligo diet food items to intake

    Following is the list of food items which you should consider adding to your diet.

    This list also again compiled on the basis of recommendations given by people looking to cure vitiligo.


    French beans,
    Ridge and bitter gourd,
    Drumsticks and


    Dates and

    Other food items

    Pure ghee,
    Red pepper,
    Bengal gram,
    Pistachio nut,
    Potato and

    Other considerations for vitiligo diet

    Other than the above food items, there are 2 more things that you should take into consideration while planning for your diet.

    Food allergies

    Food allergies

    While thinking of planning for vitiligo diet, you should also think of food allergies.

    People all over the world develop food allergies all the time. The allergies alone might not be as harmful but they can accelerate your vitiligo.

    Minor allergies to things like gluten, cocoa etc. Can make your vitiligo worse.

    A simple diagnostic test can help you figure out the extent of your allergies and how your body reacts to different food items.

    Food allergies do tend to go away quickly. And once they are gone, your vitiligo should come under control.


    Another consideration while planning for your vitiligo diet is a number of antioxidants you intake daily.

    Antioxidants help your body to disable free radicals.

    Eating fresh fruits and vegetables on a daily basis can help you get the highest amount of antioxidants.

    Avoid eating processed or grilled foods. These are usually full of chemicals which will reduce the levels of antioxidants in your body.

    For any vitiligo diet to work properly, you need to keep an eye on:

    What do you eat through the day?
    How frequently do you tend to eat specific types of food?

    It is always better to keep your diet natural.

    Eating right has always been,and will always be the cornerstone of a healthy body. If you are putting the wrong foods in your body, it can have disastrous effects on your health.

    Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and this means it is even more dependent on a healthy diet.

    The good news is that by making some changes to your diet, you can go a long way in getting back your beautiful skin.

    Make sure you are eating the right foods

    Plenty has been written about which specific types of foods are good for you. Same for foods that are bad. But not a lot has been written on which combinations of food work well together, and which does not.

    If you are eating the wrong combination of foods, your liver, kidney, and bowel can become overloaded. Your organs can't flush out the bad stuff, and this means that it has to be flushed out in other ways like through your skin.

    This can lead to all sorts of different skin conditions, one of which is vitiligo.

    Some of the food groups that are vitally important in your quest to beating vitiligo:

    Meat is the main source of protein, but it is important to balance your intake with other proteins such as soybeans, bananas, watermelon, leafy lettuce and sunflower sprouts.

    Don't listen to all those nay-sayers when it comes to oils and fats. Consuming the right oils and fats can boost your cardiovascular system, as well as your immune system.

    Omega 3 fatty acids are an essential part of the anti vitiligo diet. These essential fatty acids offer a number of health benefits, including better circulation levels, prevention of inflammation and boosting your immune system. Some sources of omega 3 include salmon, walnuts, and avocado.

    When selecting fruits and vegetables to include in your diet, make sure to go as colourful as possible. Opt for beetroots, spinach, dark green leafy vegetables and carrots.

    Drink plenty of water, at least 2 litres a day.

    Avoid the bad stuff

    The foods mentioned above will help greatly in your fight against vitiligo, but they can only do so much.While including as many of the above in your diet, you also need to avoid certain foods that will make your symptoms worse.

    Some of the foods that have been linked to vitiligo are:

    Some people are allergic to gluten without ever knowing it. You might be suffering from inflammation because of this, while not experiencing any outer signs of this allergy. This can cause havoc on your immune system.

    Acidic foods, such as lemons, can increase the acid levels in your stomach. This imbalance can worsen your symptoms.

    There are certain vegetables, called nightshades, that cause inflammation, and have been known to cause vitiligo. Some of these nightshades that you should avoid are tomatoes, white eggplant, paprika, potatoes, and tobacco.

    Processed foods should be avoided as much as possible. These are high in unhealthy preservatives, which has a negative impact on your immune system.

    Fast foods and soft drinks can be found around every corner, but they are some the biggest culprits in your diet. These are very bad for your skin, and those sugary soft drinks will slow down your metabolism.

    Speaking of a slow metabolism brings me to the third change you should be making to your diet.

    Boosting your metabolism

    When your metabolism is on the slow side, your body won't be digesting proteins and carbohydrates properly. Your cells will also not be absorbing enough nutrients. This can lead to a number of health issues, one of which could be vitiligo.

    It is quite simple to give your metabolism a healthy boost. Try the following methods:

    Eating a healthy breakfast gives your metabolism a nice kickstart, and ensures that it starts working early in the day.

    Have a cup of tea, and increase your metabolism by as much as 12%. Make sure to not overdo it, though, as too much caffeine is known to increase vitiligo symptoms.

    Follow a detox plan to rid your body of all those nasty toxins that have built up over the last couple of months.

    Eat foods rich in iron. This will give you plenty of energy, which in turn will lead to a healthy metabolism.

    Getting some exercise will also give your metabolism a nice lift.

    Increasing your metabolism will ensure that your body functions properly, and this will ensure that your body can do everything in its power to fight off the vitiligo symptoms.


    Once you have made these 3 changes to your diet, you will soon start feeling the difference. You will have more energy, you will sleep better and your general health will improve.

    If all of this seems a bit much to remember, keep these three rules in minds:

    Drink plenty of water
    Eat the most colourful fruit and veggies that you can find
    Have breakfast and tea every morning
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    High BP

    Causes of hypertension
    High blood pressure leading to a diagnosis of hypertension will occur only when readings stay above normal all of the time. 7 having high blood pressure for a short amount of time is normal.

    Blood pressure has a natural variation - it lowers during sleep and rises on awakening. It also rises in response to excitement, anxiety and physical activity. 7

    The disease burden of high blood pressure is a growing problem worldwide. The increases are blamed on lifestyle factors, including: 1

    Physical inactivity
    A salt-rich diet through processed and fatty foods
    Alcohol and tobacco use.
    Certain diseases and medications are specific causes of high blood pressure (detailed below). There are general risk factors that can be responsible for raising anyone's risk of hypertension, however. These include: 7

    Obesity is a risk factor for high blood pressure and other cardiovascular conditions.
    Age - everyone is at greater risk of high blood pressure as they get older. Prevalence of hypertension is higher in people over 60 years of age
    Race - african-american adults are at higher risk than white or hispanic american adults
    Size - being overweight or obese is a key risk factor
    Sex - men and women have different risk profiles. While they have the same lifetime risks, men are more prone at younger ages while women are more prone at older ages
    Lifestyle - as mentioned above, this is to blame for growing rates of hypertension, from greater uptakes of dietary salt, excessive alcohol, low dietary potassium, and physical inactivity.
    Other risk factors are a family history of the disease and chronic stress. 7

    Specific causes of hypertension

    High blood pressure that has no known cause is termed primary hypertension (or essential hypertension). This is more common than secondary hypertension, which has an identified cause such as chronic kidney disease. 4

    Primary hypertension is unlikely to have a specific cause but multiple factors, including blood plasma volume and activity of the renin-angiotensin system, the hormonal regulator of blood volume and pressure - and primary hypertension is affected by environmental factors, including the lifestyle-related ones above. 4

    Secondary hypertension has specific causes - that is, it is secondary to another problem. One example, thought to be the most common, is primary aldosteronism, a hormone disorder causing an imbalance between potassium and sodium levels and so high blood pressure. 4

    Common reversible causes are excessive intake of alcohol and use of oral contraceptives, which can cause a slight rise in blood pressure; hormone therapy for menopause is also a culprit. 7 other secondary hypertensions are caused by: 4, 7

    Kidney disease
    Pheochromocytoma (a cancer)
    Cushing syndrome (which can be caused by use of corticosteroid drugs)
    Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (disorder of the adrenal glands, which secrete the hormone cortisol)
    Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland).

    Fight hypertension with homoeopathic treatment, management and cure.
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    Persistent sadness and hopelessness.
    A feeling of worthlessness, helplessness.
    Tremendous amount of guilt.
    Anxiety, irritability and agitation.
    Desire to cry often
    Loss of interest in daily activities.
    Poor memory and concentration.
    Change in sleep pattern.
    Increase or decrease in appetite and weight.
    Lack of energy and easy fatigue.
    Thoughts of suicide or death.
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    Intermittent dull pain in loin or back increased by movement or sudden jolt.

    . Altered colour of the urine.
    . If the stone obstructs the ureter there is a pain gradually increasing making the patient very restless since it radiates till testis, labia, and groins.
    . In severe pain patient does not get relief in any position, they can develop pallor, vomiting, sweating & haematuria
    . Such attacks are recurrent.
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    Iron deficiency anaemia is the commonest form and results from a shortage of iron from a poor diet, blood loss, illness or infection. Pregnant women are particularly at risk. Pernicious anaemia develops due to lack of intrinsic factor, which is secreted by the stomach which prevents absorption of vitamin B12 required for red blood cell production. It affects vegetarians and group a particularly.

    Megaloblastic anaemia results from shortage of folic acid, which is found in fresh vegetables, fruits and liver. This is more seen in elderly people and pregnant women.

    Improper formation of red blood cells.

    Continuous blood loss as in trauma and heavy menstruation.

    Prolonged illness.

    It can sometimes be a hereditary tendency.
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    Patients with history of heart attack or family history should take following dietary measures to prevent the heart attack again.
    • Cut down salt (common table salt) intake in your diet to avoid hypertension. Intake should not exceed more then 2 to 2.5 gm a day.
    • Avoid foods rich in cholesterol: ground nut oil, ghee, butter, whole milk, eggs, lard (fats derived from pig meat), tallow (fats derived from goat or sheep mutton) – all non-vegetarian food contain cholesterol in varied amount.
    • Avoid non-vegetarian food especially red meat.
    • Increase intake of foods that contain PUFA`s (poly unsaturated fatty acids): flax / linseed oil is the richest source of PUFA`s. Other oils that contain PUFA`s are safflower oil, soybean oil, sesame oil, olive oil. As all oils are high in fats, its consumption should be limited. The intake of oils should not exceed 20gms a day.
    • Sesame oil and almond oil hinders the absorption of LDL (low-density lipoproteins), so it is advisable to use replace other cooking oils by sesame oil.
    • Increase your intake of water.
    • Consume whole grain cereals and whole pulses.
    • Take high fiber diet - whole grains, bran, oat, green leafy vegetables etc.
    • Cut down the intake of sugar and other sweeteners.
    • Avoid fat-rich portions of flesh foods. Instead have lean meat.
    • Avoid fat-rich desserts and fried snacks like cakes, pastries, puddings etc
    • Instead of frying food boil, steam, grill or roast food.
    • Avoid coffee and caffeinated drinks, junk food – pizza, burgers etc.
    • Consume food rich in magnesium.
    – Nuts and sea food, green leafy vegetables, sea plants like Japanese sea plants, whole grains, peas, lotus stem, pulses, legumes and oil seeds.
    • Increase intake of vitamin C, it maintains the elasticity and integrity of the artery walls.
    – Citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables, vegetables- cabbage, broccoli, tubers- potatoes and sweet potatoes.
    • Increase calcium intake:-
    – milk and sea food, nuts- ground nuts, walnut, almond and cashew nuts; green leafy vegetables, whole grains, fruits like - custard apple and banana.
    – Peas, lotus stem, pulses, legumes and oil seeds
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    • Add one tea spoon of vinegar to the rinsing water after washing your hair.
    • Before washing your hair, apply a mixture of 8 table spoon of pure organic peanut oil and 2 table spoon lemon juice and massage into the scalp. Leave it for 10-15 minutes then shampoo.
    • You can replace oil with coconut milk or coconut water; leave it over night and shampoo.
    • Wash hair with natural, herbal ingredients rather than chemical – take mixture of amla (Indian goose berri) powder, aritha (sapindus Laurifotius) powder and shikakai (Acacia Concinna) powder, soak it in water over night and wash hair with the mixture.
    • Practice yoga, helps in relieving stress and will increase blood circulation.
    • Natural live yoghurt is recommended as a natural conditioner.
    • Avoid harsh hair dyes and hair creams.
    • Softly massage your scalp when you shampoo or oil. This will help blood circulation and prevent skin from drying and cracking.
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    • Do not suppress the urge to pass stools.
    • Get a regular time fixed to the toilet.
    • Drink at least 2-3 liters of water a day.
    • Eat high fiber diet – whole grains, bran, oat, green leafy vegetables, peas, beans, potatoes, raw vegetables, salads, dried fruits and fresh fruits.
    • Eat fruits and vegetables with the skin.
    • Avoid food that can cause constipation like pomegranate etc.
    • You can take one spoon isubgul (fiber, Psyllium) in water before retiring to bed.
    • Walk after every meals.
    • Drink 2- 4 glasses of warm water every morning.
    • Limit intake of laxatives.
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    Avoid fats and oily food.
    • Avoid chocolate, ice-cream, butter, cakes, white bread, sweets and fried food.
    • Limit intake of non-vegetarian food.
    • Do not break your pimples will lead to secondary infections.
    • Do not use scented soaps and chemicals on your face.


    • Wash your face frequently, at least 5 times a day, taking care that it does not become too dry.
    • Use non-greasy make-up or if possible do not apply cosmetics.
    • Use natural cleansers than chemical preparations:
    – Wash face with gram flour (channa) and little turmeric in it.
    – Massage skin with fresh cucumber, it gives cooling effect on skin.
    – You can massage your face with fresh fruits also.
    • You can take facial steam to reduce inflammation and infection for not more then 15 minutes and once fortnight.
    • Practice yoga – will help make your circulation better.

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