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Allergist/ Immunologist, Asthma Specialist, Child Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Counselling Psychologist, Diabetologist, Dietitian/ Nutritionist, ENT/ Otolaryngologist, Gynaecologist, Headache Specialist, Health Psychologist, Homeopath, Infertility Specialist, Neuropsychologist, Obesity Specialist, Past Life Regression, Pediatric Dermatologist, Pediatric Ophthalmologist, Pediatrician, Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty)
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Shreeji Homoeo Care is known for housing experienced s. Dr. Namrata Surati, a well-reputed Allergist/ Immunologist, Asthma Specialist, Obesity Specialist, Pediatric Dermatologist, Dietitian/ Nutritionist, ENT/ Otolaryngologist, Diabetologist, Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty), Infertility Specialist, Gynaecologist, Homeopath, Headache Specialist, Pediatric Ophthalmologist, Pediatrician, Neuropsychologist, Counselling Psychologist, Health Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Child Psychologist, Past Life Regression , practices in Surat. Visit this medical health centre for s recommended by 81 patients.

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5, Vimal Hexagon, Lane Opp. 9 Square, Near Parshuram Garden, Honey Park Road, Adajan
Surat, Gujarat - 395009
Details for Dr. Namrata Surati
Shree Mahalaxmiji Mahila Homoeopathic Medical College
Anand Homoeopathic Medical Collegea & Research Institute
M.D. (Homoeopathy)
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Past Experience
Consultant Homoeopath at Shreeji Homeo Care, Ahmedabad
  • B.H.M.S., M.D. (Homoeopathy)
    Allergist/ Immunologist, Asthma Specialist, Obesity Specialist, Pediatric Dermatologist, Dietitian/ Nutritionist, ENT/ Otolaryngologist, Diabetologist, Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertilty), Infertility Specialist, Gynaecologist, Homeopath, Headache Specialist, Pediatric Ophthalmologist, Pediatrician, Neuropsychologist, Counselling Psychologist, Health Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Child Psychologist, Past Life Regression
    Consultation Charges: Rs 400
    19 Recommendations · 62 people helped
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  • M.D. (Homoeopathy), B.H.M.S.
    1. Diminishes depression & fatigue
    2. Improves memory, attention and decision making skill
    3. Halves risk of alzheimer's disease
    4. Lowers risk of heart disease
    5. Strengthens arm, shoulder, legs, quads, hips and hamstring muscles
    6. Improves blood pressure
    7. Limits the risk of color cancer
    8. Burns fat & keeps weight in check
    9. Reduces lower back pain
    10. Limits chronic diseases
    11. Improves fitness and health.
  • M.D. (Homoeopathy), B.H.M.S.
    An apple a day = No doctor
    Tulsi leaf a day = No cancer
    1 lemon a day = No fat
    1 glass of milk a day = No bone problem
    3 litres of water a day = No diseases.
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  • M.D. (Homoeopathy), B.H.M.S.
    Drinking coconut water can save your body from various health related problems. It contains a lot of supplements and nutrients that are needed to sustain healthy life.

    1. Rich in Minerals:

    Chief nutrient contents are:
    Potassium- Helps to reduce Blood Pressure
    Glucose- Provides energy
    Vitamin C- Improves immunity
    Magnesium- Improves Muscular and Nervous system
    Copper- Helps the body to form red blood cells
    Cytokinins and Lauric acid - Slows down the aging process and the development of cancerous cells
    Antioxidants - Prevents or delays any type of cell damage

    2. Boosts Energy & Hydrates Body:

    Coconut water is widely known to replace the minerals and fluids that we lose during physical activities. It has high content of potassium, calcium and chloride which helps to hydrate, replenish and rejuvenate the body. People who work out on a regular basis should drink a coconut water daily. It has less sugar than many sports drinks and much less sugar than sodas and some fruit juices. Plain coconut water could be a better choice for adults and kids looking for a beverage that is less sweet.

    3. Increases Metabolic Rate & Aids Weight Loss:

    Regular consumption of coconut water increases the metabolism rate which helps to burn sugar a lot faster. As a result, the level of insulin in a person’s body burns faster. Thus a person has more energy and loses fat faster.

    4. Prevents Kidney Stone:

    Coconut water also helps in dissolving kidney stones because of the presence of potassium, which plays a key role in urine alkalizing and preventing formation of kidney stones.

    5. Improves Digestion:

    It contains easily digested carbohydrate in the form of sugar and electrolytes. Coconut water is composed of bioactive enzymes such as folic acid, phosphatase, catalase, dehydrogenase, diastase, peroxidase, RNA polymerases and so on. These enzymes help in easy digestion and metabolism. The water also has more minerals like calcium, manganese and zinc than some fruits like oranges. It is also a good source of Vitamin B such as riboflavin, thiamine, pyridoxine, and folates. Human body requires them from external sources to replenish and hence It becomes very essential to the human body.

    6. Diuretic Properties:

    Coconut water is effective as a diuretic as it expedites the flow of urine. Coconut water mixed with lemon juice not only aids dehydration, but also helps to cure intestine worms in children.

    7. Reduces Blood Pressure:

    Coconut water is rich in Potassium and contains lesser amount of Sodium which helps to reduced the Blood Pressure.

    8. Cardiovascular Health:

    Some recent studies have found that coconut water can help increase HDL (good) cholesterol, which makes it a wonderful natural treatment for maintaining good cardiovascular health.
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  • M.D. (Homoeopathy), B.H.M.S.
    20 Diet and Nutritional Tips to Stay Healthy in Monsoon Season:
    1. Eat fruits as they help you restore energy. Apples, mangoes, pomegranates, and pears are best suggestible. Avoid watermelon and muskmelons and also goosing on too many mangoes may cause pimples.
    2. Have medium to low salt food and avoid heavy salty food as they are responsible for high blood pressure and water retention.
    3. Eating watery foods like lassi, watermelon, rice, muskmelon creates swelling in the body. So, better opt for foods which are drying in nature like corn, gram flour, chick pea etc.
    4. Foods such as brown rice, oats, and barley are the best foods one could have in this monsoon.
    5. Body’s immunity can be increased by adding a dash of garlic to the soups, sir fries and curries you intake.
    6. Opt for yogurt, curd and almonds in your diet instead of milk. Drink only boiled and purified water to protect yourself from harmful germs and drinking plenty of water keeps your body hydrated.
    7. Consuming bitter vegetables like bitter gourd, and bitter herbs like neem, turmeric powder and methi (fenugreek) seeds help in preventing infections.
    8. Consume drying oils like corn oil or light oil and avoid heavy oils like sesame oil, peanut oil and mustard oil as they fall in first place to invite infections.
    9. People who face skin allergies during rainy seasons must avoid spicy foods. Spicy foods raise body temperature and stimulate blood circulation and it leads to allergies and skin irritation. Other problems such as boils, change in skin color dullness, rashes are also some skin damaging effects which arise in this season.
    10. Avoid naturally sour foods like tamarind, tomatoes and lime in your diet as it promotes water retention.
    11. Avoid too much of fish and meat this season and heavy curries and non- vegetarians should go for light meat preparations like stew and soups.
    12. Astringent, mildly bitter and pungent foods must be best served this season.
    13. Drink lots of herbal teas, especially those with antibacterial properties. These include ginger, pepper, honey, mint and basil leaves. Excessive intake of coffee and tea dehydrates body fluids so they must be better avoided.
    14. Vegetables like cauliflower, potatoes, cluster beans, ladies finger, kidney beans, pigeon pea, and sprouted grains must be avoided.
    15. Eat steamed salads instead of raw vegetables as they contain active bacteria and virus that cause bacterial and viral infections.
    16. Have fresh radish juice to fight cold and cough. To reduce mucous formations add pipli and rock salt to warm water. This reduces the natural monsoon ailments.
    17. Better eat seasonal fruits as non- seasonal fruits get infested with worms during the monsoons. Pomegranates, lychees, apples, bananas are among the recommended.
    18. Avoid eating fried items, pre- cut fruits and juices from road side vendors and stick to high quality and hygiene.
    19. People who suffer with arthritis should drink warm water with tulsi and dalchini (cardamom) on an empty stomach in the morning. Doing this improves bowel syndromes and also decreases pains in joints.
    20. Always wash vegetables well and keep them clean especially if they are taken raw.
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  • M.D. (Homoeopathy), B.H.M.S.
    We all are visitors on this earth. We came empty handed and will go empty handed, leaving all our efforts, creations and relations back here. Only our" karma" will come with us to decide our future. Good" karma" gives happy future and bad" karma" gives painful future" karma" is results of good and bad actions we performed during our life. Let us go with basket of fruits of good" karmas" when we leave the earth.
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  • M.D. (Homoeopathy), B.H.M.S.
    9 health benefits of walnuts:

    1. Lowers risk of diabetes
    2. Promotes a healthy heart and circulatory system
    3. Lowers cholesterol levels
    4. Boosts brain power and improves memory
    5. Slows the progression of rheumatoid and osteoarthritis
    6. Acts as an anti-inflammatory food
    7. Rich in antioxidant properties
    8. Fights breast and prostate cancer
    9. Improves reproductive health in men.
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  • M.D. (Homoeopathy), B.H.M.S.
    9 reasons curd is great for your health!

    Curd or dahi, is a popular food item all over the country. In the north, people eat it with flattened rice or chapatis while in the south, people are great patrons of curd rice. Some sections of the society even consume curd for superstitious purposes. It is thought that consuming curd before embarking on a journey will ensure safety and good health. Made from milk, this dairy product has a lot of health benefits. Here are some reasons why you should add curd to your daily diet starting today.

    1. Helps improve digestion
    The nutrients present in curd are easily absorbed by your digestive system. Not only that, it also helps in absorbing nutrients from other food items that you have eaten. It can also be used along with spicy food, as curd cools down and neutralises the heat that these foods create. A Taiwanese study even found that curd is helpful in curing H. Pylori infections which is the most common type of stomach infection.

    2. Healthy for your heart
    In a day and age where more and more young people are falling prey to heart disease, consuming curd can go a long way in maintaining heart health. It minimizes the risk of high blood pressure and helps reduce cholesterol levels by preventing the thickening of carotid arteries.

    3. Milk substitute for those who are lactose intolerant
    Some people, who cannot consume milk because they are lactose intolerant, can safely consume curd. It converts the lactose present in milk to lactic acid, making it easier to digest. Also, you do not lose out on the nutritional boost that milk provides.

    4. Helps boost immunity
    Curd has ‘good bacteria’ present in it which strengthens your immune system by fighting against several microorganisms that are present in the body. It is also useful in preventing vaginal yeast infection in women. These properties of curd do not diminish even when it is heated along with curry preparations to add flavour. Eat it daily to prevent infections and stay healthy!

    5. Good for your teeth and bones
    All dairy products are good for your bones, and curd is no different. Like milk, curd too has a high amount of phosphorous and calcium. This makes it beneficial for your teeth and bones as it helps promote bone growth and makes your teeth stronger. Taking care of your bones is essential if you want to avoid painful diseases like osteoporosis and arthritis in the future.

    6. Can be used as a skincare product
    Nutrients like zinc, Vitamin E and phosphorus make curd a natural skincare product and it is often used as an ingredient in homemade packs. A simple mixture of curd, gram flour and lime juice can be made at home to give you an attractive and glowing face.

    7. Helps get rid of dandruff
    Many advertisements claim to have found the magical chemical formula for curing dandruff. But, curd can be a simple homemade solution. Why is it good to get rid of dandruff? It has lactic acid which has anti-fungal properties. What more? You don’t even have to add other ingredients to it. Just whip some curd in a bowl, and add it to your scalp. Leave it for an hour, and wash properly with water.

    8. Helps you lose weight
    Whenever nutritionists make a diet plan, the first thing they include is curd. The calcium present in it prevents your body from pumping more cortisol. Hormonal imbalance of cortisol is responsible for a host of problems like hypertension, obesity and cholesterol.

    9. Helps release stress and anxiety
    Being stressed can wreck your health. Finding ways to relax and rejuvenate is imperative in today’s world. Along with other things, eating some curd can surely help. According to a study conducted by UCLA’s School of Medicine, eating curd was linked to lower levels of activity in the part of brain responsible for emotion and pain.
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  • M.D. (Homoeopathy), B.H.M.S.
    People whose diets are rich in potassium may be less prone to high blood pressure. Besides reducing sodium and taking other heart-healthy steps, eat potassium-packed picks such as bananas, cantaloupe, and oranges.
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  • M.D. (Homoeopathy), B.H.M.S.
    Vitamin B12 in Vegetarian Diets

    A Critical Nutrient:
    Vitamin B12 is a very important nutrient. It is required for proper red blood cell formation and for the development of the nervous system. A deficiency of vitamin B12 is a serious nutritional concern, resulting in anemia and changes in the function of the nervous system. While milk and eggs contain vitamin B12, no plant food naturally contains the vitamin. Unless they consume a B12 supplement or foods fortified with B12, a vegan is at risk of vitamin B12 deficiency.

    What are the symptoms of B12 deficiency?
    If blood levels of vitamin B12 drop below normal values, ANEMIA results. This may be followed by impairment in cognitive function.
    Other symptoms include:
    -Numbness and tingling in the arms and legs,
    -Weakness and excessive fatigue,
    -A range of psychiatric disorders including disorientation, depression, mood disturbances, irritability, memory loss, difficulty in concentration, and dementia.

    Some people also experience an inability to maintain balance when walking, and a loss of position sense. Many B12 deficiency symptoms may be due to other causes, therefore, it is wise to be examined by a health care provider to determine the cause of the symptoms.

    What are the long-term consequences of vitamin B12 deficiency?
    Infants who are vitamin B12 deficient often display signs of developmental delay or regression both physically and mentally. These delays may have a long term consequence on the child, lasting into adulthood. In the elderly, neuropsychiatric disorders caused from a vitamin B12 deficiency are often irreversible.

    Why are babies at risk of vitamin B12 deficiency?
    A baby born to a mother who has been a strict vegetarian and who has not had reliable sources of vitamin B12 for a number of years is especially at risk. Unborn babies have a special need for vitamin B12 and this need may not be met by a mother deficient in the nutrient. In addition, the infant may not receive sufficient levels of B12 in breast milk, when breast-fed by a vitamin B12-deficient mother or a woman whose diet is not adequate in vitamin B12.

    Vitamin B12 deficiency may develop in a breast fed infant within 3-6 months of age. A child with a vitamin B12 deficiency may become apathetic, lethargic, and experience failure to thrive.

    Can the elderly also be at risk for vitamin B12 deficiency?
    Yes. As people age, there is a decrease in the secretion of stomach acid as well as a drop in the digestive enzyme pepsin. As a result, digestion of vitamin B12 from protein is diminished, inhibiting the amount of B12 available for absorption. People over 50 years of age may show neurological changes due to vitamin B12 deficiency. It is believed that a considerable number of elderly patients have neuropsychiatric disorders due to vitamin B12 deficiency.

    How long does it take to develop a vitamin B12 deficiency?
    Since the liver does store extra vitamin B12, and the body has a recycling process for B12, it may take an adult 3-10 years to develop a deficiency once intake of the nutrient has ceased. If one’s past vitamin B12 intake has been very low, a deficiency may manifest itself in much less than 3 years after cessation of intake.

    How much B12 do we need?
    Only about 2 ½ micrograms of vitamin B12 is required per day. A cup of milk has about 1 microgram of B12, while a cup of soy or rice milk contains from 1 to 3 micrograms, and a serving of B12-fortified commercial cereal has 1.5 micrograms.

    Vegetarian meat analogs that are fortified may contain anywhere from 1 to 6 micrograms of vitamin B12. More and more vegetarian foods are being fortified with B12, but it is imperative that one read the food label, as fortification levels may change from time to time.

    What foods are reliable sources of B12?
    Milk, yogurt and cheese, along with eggs, are the only vegetarian food items that naturally contain significant levels of vitamin B12. Plant foods may be fortified with B12. These include rice and soy beverages, plantderived meat analogs, ready-to-eat breakfast cereals, and nutritional yeast. It is important to read the labels for these foods as not all products and brands have B12 fortification, and the amount of fortification can change with time.

    What foods are unreliable sources of vitamin B12 although they claim to contain
    a sufficient amount?
    While claims are made for tempeh, miso, and other fermented soy products, as well as spirulina, some seaweeds, brewers yeast, and leafy vegetables, these foods do not contain any significant level of vitamin B12.

    Can’t we make our own B12?
    Yes. The bacteria in our colon make vitamin B12. However, the absorption of B12 takes place higher up in the gastrointestinal tract, near the end of the small intestine. Therefore, it is unavailable for use in the body.

    Are all supplements good sources of the vitamin?
    Since the body has a limited capacity for absorption, there is really no reason to ingest more than 10 to 50 micrograms of vitamin B12 supplement per day. Larger amounts are very poorly absorbed and wasted. For effective absorption, a B12 tablet must be dissolved under the tongue or chewed. B12 capsules normally dissolve in the gastrointestinal tract and are readily absorbed. Sub-lingual B12 sprays are also a useful source of B12.

    Vitamin B12 deficiency is not uncommon. Vegans must be especially careful to get adequate amounts on a regular basis, preferably daily. A daily B12 supplement is necessary when B12-fortified plant foods are not regularly consumed. Nutrition labels on processed foods must be carefully studied to determine how much B12 is supplied by one serving of the food.
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