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Dr. Anita Yadav

BHMS

Homeopath, Delhi

34 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic
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Dr. Anita Yadav is a renowned Homeopath in Munirka, Delhi. She has had many happy patients in her 34 years of journey as a Homeopath. She studied and completed BHMS . She is currently practising at Golabal medicare centre in Munirka, Delhi. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Anita Yadav on Lybrate.com.

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BHMS - Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College - 1984
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MDS, BDS
Dentist, Gurgaon
You can’t brush every time you eat. But you sure can drink water or at least rinse your mouth with water every time you do so. Water neutralises the effects of acidic and sugary foods. Rinsing removes food particles left behind on/ between the teeth.
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I have back pain from last 2 years, lower, upper and middle back is paining, m tired to them, but What should I do, pls suggest low cost treatment to me,

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Physiotherapist, Delhi
I have back pain from last 2 years, lower, upper and middle back is paining, m tired to them, but What should I do, p...
Start with physiotherapy treatment and learn spinal exercise. Use lumber spine belt. Don't sit on floor. Don't lift heavy things. Take calcium; multivitlybrate-userand vitamin d 3 for 2 month.
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D ( Diabetology), AFIH, DNB (F.MEDICINE), MBBS
General Physician, Pune
Rice is one of the most important staples in india. It was first mentioned in yajur veda and more than 200, 000 varieties of rice are available in india today. Different rice varieties may have different morphological features, cooking, eating, and product-making characteristics. Rice varieties may be broadly classified based on their size, shape, waxy or non-waxy (based on the nature of starch), aromatic (eg. Basmati, jeerakasambha) or non-aromatic (ponni; sonamasuri), red or black rice (based on color) etc, there are different forms of rice, namely brown rice (unpolished rice), hand pounded rice (minimally polished rice), raw (non-parboiled) white rice (fully polished rice), parboiled white rice, quick cooking rice (instant rice) etc, depending on the processing it has undergone. Brown rice is a whole grain which retains 100% of its bran, germ. Brown rice is prepared from paddy (either raw or parboiled paddy of any rice variety) and only the outer husk is removed. Hence it contains all its botanical components and the nutrients provided by them too. The outer layers (bran) and the germ or embryo of brown rice are rich in protein, fat, dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals, whereas the inner portion of the rice grain (endosperm) is rich in starch.

During the process of milling, the paddy is dehusked and the outer layers of the brown rice (bran) and germ are stripped off approximately to an extent of 7-10% leaving behind mainly the starchy inner portion. Generally fully polished rice (white rice) is preferred for its superior appearance, taste, flavor, aroma and textural characteristics. The rice what is being currently served on our plates is the dietary fibre depleted white rice either parboiled or non-parboiled (hence called refined grain) which is highly starchy in nature.

During ancient period, hand pounded rice (not a 100% brown rice) was consumed and today due to the advancements in milling technology (to reduce the loss due to breakage of grains in the traditional handpounding process), the hand pounding practice has vanished and is replaced by modern rice milling machinery which delivers higher yield of polished rice (either raw or parboiled). In the traditional manual practice of hand pounding, the paddy was pounded using a pounder in a stone mortar, which was then winnowed to remove the husk and minimal amounts of bran to yield hand pounded rice and thus minimal degree of polishing. This rice is also nutritionally superior compared to fully polished rice that is being currently consumed. However, brown rice contains the highest nutrients compared to both hand pounded and white rice.


A study has shown a strong association between refined grain (polished rice or white rice) consumption and the metabolic syndrome (clustering of metabolic abnormalities including glucose intolerance, central obesity, dyslipidemia and hypertension), and diabetes risk in urban adult south indian population. The study also reported that almost half of the (50%) of the daily calories in our population were derived from refined grains predominantly polished white rice (on an average the intake was around 250 g of polished rice (uncooked) per day).


Many studies from the western countries have shown risk reduction of obesity, metabolic syndrome and diabetes with consumption of whole grains such as brown rice. However, such a study had not been possible in india due to difficulty in obtaining genuine brown rice in the market. Of late brown rice is gaining importance due to increased awareness on the health benefits of wholegrain consumption and lots of products with labels of ?brown rice?, ?hand pounded rice? are being marketed widely. The nutrition and ingredient labels are often overlooked by the consumers. There are lots of rice samples with brown color being marketed under the label claims of ?brown rice?. All the rice that appears brown in color need not be a genuine ?brown rice?. Nutritionally, brown rice is a healthier option to white rice, as it contains higher levels of dietary fibre, vitamins, minerals and other health beneficial phytonutrients. Polishing decreases these health beneficial nutrients, and increases the rate (speed) of digestion and hence quickly raises the blood glucose (so a high glycemic index food). A study from our centre has indicated that with progressive polishing of brown rice, the dietary fibre content decreased and the available carbohydrate (the carbohydrates which are available for metabolism) content increased. With polishing, the decrease in the levels of proteins, fat, minerals, ?-oryzanol, polyphenols and vitamin e was also observed. Thus the process of polishing not only decreases the dietary fibre content but also the other health beneficial nutrients of rice. Such a polished rice choice being a high gi food and when consumed as a staple (consumed in all meals and in greater quantity) could further increase the glycemic load (gl) of the diets which are known to increase the insulin demand and elicit higher glycemic and insulinemic responses triggering the risk for type 2 diabetes and obesity.


Recently, a market survey was conducted in the different parts of chennai in shops, kiosks and super markets regarding the availability of brown rice. Rice samples with label claims of ?brown rice?, ?hand pounded rice? were collected and examined. To our surprise some retailers were selling parboiled polished red rice (kerala rice) [picture 1] as brown rice. It is important for the consumers to know the characteristics of brown rice to make a judicious choice in the market.

Brown rice appears brown, glossy and smooth with intact bran and the germ . In contrast the polished white rice is whiter and is devoid of the bran and germ.

The department of foods, nutrition and dietetics research at madras diabetes research foundation, chennai prepared brown rice (0% polish), minimally polished rice (2.3% polish) and white rice (9.7% polish) from parboiled bpt (baptla variety) paddy and their gi was tested. Brown rice showed the least gi compared to the other two rice samples. Moreover brown rice based traditional south indian preparations (idli, dosa, upma, sambhar rice etc,) exhibited a lower gi compared to the corresponding white rice based preparations. In addition, our studies with 24 hr glucose monitoring system have also shown significant improvement in the 24 h glucose response of brown rice compared to minimally polished and white rice based diet in overweight adults.

Further, evaluation of the commonly consumed indian rice varieties namely; sonamassuri, surtikolam and ponni for gi revealed all of these to be high gi category rice. Hence it is prudent to replace white rice with brown rice and also to lay down stringent food regulations for the label claims for marketing of brown rice in the country. Awareness of the morphological features of brown rice and the health benefits of brown rice will be helpful in popularization of brown rice among the rice eating population of india.
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I have irregular periods .i gaining weight. Could you please help in weight loss.

M.B.B.S, Post Graduate Diploma In Maternal & Child Health
Gynaecologist, Bokaro
I have irregular periods .i gaining weight. Could you please help in weight loss.
The most important issue here is why you are getting irregular periods and since when has it been going on. You may need some blood tests to reach a diagnosis. Unless the diagnosis is clear, there is no point in trying for weight loss. Contact me if you are interested.
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I am 19 years old female. I suffered from large hair fall last 6 months. Any medicine is not stop my hair fall. Now what can I do for my hair fall??

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I am 19 years old female. I suffered from large hair fall last 6 months. Any medicine is not stop my hair fall. Now w...
Hello, first of all you should start taking a healthy and balanced diet. Hair fall is a result of any deficiency of any essential nutrient. *Eat colourful fruits and green leafy vegetables. *Include more protien rich supplements to your diet. *Take phosphorus 200, 5 drops , morning empty stomach, once in week. *wiesbaden 200, 5 drops , daily morning empty stomach. *Apply Arnica hair growth oil (B &T) on your hair and scalp, thrice in a week. *Wash hair with Arnica montana herbal shampoo (SBL) *Drink minimum 10 glasses of water per day. *Take 10 ml amla juice mixed with half cup of water, daily morning. Use this home remedy also to prevent hair loss:- *Triphala is the boon for dead cells of the scalp; it works to recover all the problem related to damaged and graying of hair. Take a teaspoon of triphala powder with water before sleeping. You will get rid from white hair as well as hair fall. *Onion is also an effective home treatment for hair loss and premature graying. The juice of onion helps in preventing premature graying, hair loss and baldness. Apply or massage the onion juice on you scalp to get rid from gray hair. You can use it every night before go to bed and leave overnight. It is also helps to hair growth.
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I want to know a why my penis was couldn't straight on time of sex and what should i do to cure?

MD - Alternate Medicine, PGDIP.IN Geriatric Care, Post Graduate Diploma In Holistic Healthcare
Ayurveda, Balasore
I want to know a why my penis was couldn't straight on time of sex and what should i do to cure?
Hi, Do not be worried as your penis got bent due to masturbation in one hand particularly all the time. Try to handle opposite and have gentle massage with some olive or coconut oil it will come back 60-70% in future.
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I'm 24 year's old. Male I'm loosing plenty of hairs please suggest me how stop it and how to get lost hair. And my skin is oily. If I take fresh shower the next morning my hairs become oily so please please suggest me. I am so scared.

BHMS,PGDRP
Homeopath, Kolkata
I'm 24 year's old. Male I'm loosing plenty of hairs please suggest me how stop it and how to get lost hair. And my sk...
Do regular exercise avoid spicy food and beverage take plenty of water hot oil therapy twice a week for treatment regular wash with herbal products.
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Hi, doctor my question is that, is any drugs are available for increasing size of the penis? I read about a drug on the net namely Male booster pro. Requesting you to suggest a right advise.

Vaidya Visharad
Sexologist, Narnaul
Hi, doctor 
my question is that, is any drugs are available for increasing size of the penis? 


I read about a drug ...
Proper blood circulation in penis when we are sexually excited the blood circulation gushes in the veins of penis and make it erect and enlarge the size of penis but because of masturbation these veins become damaged are obstructed by clotting then the circulation in the penis is not proper & complete result in the small size as in developed penis. For further assistance and complete diet plan and treatment you can concern me privately.
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Today I done my ECG and the report tells the 56 bpm (sinus bradycardia) is this normal.

MBBS
General Physician,
if you are not having any additional complaints and if the rhythm is regular then don't worry about it. but if rhythm is changing then be careful about it
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Hi, I am 25years male is suffering from androgenic alopecia and before 1 Year doctor has prescribed me minoxidil topical solution 5% And I continued treatment for 6 Months but no significant results were found. Now suggest the best treatment to prevent further hairfall and new hair growth Regards, rahul.

MD - Alternate Medicine, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Mohali
Hi,
I am 25years male is suffering from androgenic alopecia and before 1 Year doctor has prescribed me minoxidil topi...
Hair fall may be attributed to different reasons like using artificial colors, hair styling, chemicals etc. It may be due to some internal weakness also. Please go for herbal neem shampoo. Use shikakai and amla as conditioner (soak amla and shikakai in water overnight and boil a little in morning). Apply it on hairs. Keep for half an hour and then wash. It will condition the hairs.
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