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Dr. Neelam

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Neelam is a renowned Gynaecologist in Laxmi Nagar, Delhi. Doctor is currently associated with Prasad Clinic in Laxmi Nagar, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Neelam on Lybrate.com.

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5 Cheap Superfoods You'll Even Find In Your Local Mandi

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, CAFE, MMM, M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, Nutrition Certification, PGCDE, PhD
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Kolkata
5 Cheap Superfoods You'll Even Find In Your Local Mandi
5 Cheap Superfoods You'll Even Find In Your Local Mandi

Everyday you’ll hear about a new fancy ‘superfood’ that you absolutely must include in your daily diet. Some would ask you to gorge on goji berries, while some would advise bingeing on bee pollen (!). All this can get a little overwhelming for the average Indian individual. The good news is that there are certain everyday superfoods you can get from your local mandi.

Here are six of them you easily could and absolutely should include in your cart to guarantee a healthier and longer life without burning a hole in your wallet at an expensive gourmet store.

1. Carrots: Carrots are your best source for a healthy intake of Vitamin C, beta-carotene (Vitamin A), magnesium, potassium, and other antioxidants that are essential for the functioning of your immune system. Plus the good thing about carrots is you can have them anyway you want - so sauté them as a part of your mixed vegetables or feast on your favourite 'gajar ka halwa.' The choice is yours. One raw carrot a day is ideal.

2. Coconuts: An excellent source of essential fatty acids, raw coconuts are equipped with quite a few health benefits. They are anti-microbial food and natural hormone boosters. The other good thing about them- they don't add to your weight. Coconut fat is used by the liver for the production of energy, thereby keeping your weight in check. Raw coconut shreds, raw coconut butter and coconut flour are the forms in which you should consume this superfood. Although if you’re already obese, you should avoid consuming coconut as it has a high calorie and saturated fat content.

3. Apples: 'An apple a day, keeps the doctor away' did not become so popular without cause. High quantities of pectin, potassium and Vitamin C make it a superfood you just can't ignore. Apples are known to keep your heart healthy, lower your cholesterol and body weight and improve your mood. Plus, they keep you fuller for a longer time than unhealthy processed junk food. A fun fact you must know- the tarter the apple, the better it is for you as it contains more antioxidants. 3 apples a day are good to keep you healthy always.

4. Bananas: The superpower of bananas lies in its tryptophan content. Tryptophan is an amino acid that converts to serotonin. Serotonin is a brain neurotransmitter that improves your mood, so you should be sure to add it to your grocery list next time. Potassium and Vitamins B and C further make it a superfood you must try. Have it raw or make a smoothie for yourself to enjoy its benefits. Just like apples, 3 bananas a day are good enough.

5. Dark Chocolate: At the end of a hard day, it is important to treat yourself. So why not go for a healthy dose of dark chocolate? Dark chocolate is full of antioxidants, and is currently creating buzz in the medical world that it might be helpful in preventing cardiovascular disease. Do you need more reason to indulge?

A word of caution: Be careful with your consumption of dark chocolate, specifically if you suffer from cardiac disorders or have a high cholesterol. Its high calorie content is not good for those who are overweight either. It is advisable to have no more than 100 gms of dark chocolate in a day.

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Fruits - What Is The Right Time To Eat Them?

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Homeopath, Faridabad
Fruits - What Is The Right Time To Eat Them?

We all believe that consuming fruit is an uncomplicated task that involves buying, cutting and eating the pieces. But in reality, to reap the benefits, you need to consume it at the right time. By consuming fruits at the right time, it can contribute to boost the detoxification process and help in weight loss and kick-start the metabolism process.

When is the best time to eat fruits?
Fruits comprise of different types of nutrients which offer protection against different types of diseases and infections, lower the chances of heart diseases and hypertension. If you eat fruits without proper knowledge of how to consume it, it can create problems rather than offer benefits. You should, therefore, try to eat fruits at the following timings.

  1. Empty stomach in the morning: Experts always recommend consumption of fruits on an empty stomach and in between meals. This is because digestion takes place at a fast pace during these times and the enzymes required for digestion of fruits are released easily when you are on an empty stomach. Fruits are high in simple sugars which need long hours to be completely digested by the body. Thus, if you eat fruits on an empty stomach, all the nutrients, sugar and dietary fibers are processed properly in the body. This ensures that your body gets the right quantity of nutrition from the consumption of fruits.
  2. Before and after workout: Another viable time of eating fruits is before or after exercising. You are free to eat your choicest fruits right before or immediately after working out. The body would easily utilize the sugars derived from the fruits for extracting energy before a workout. It also helps in filling back the energy content of the body if you consume fruits right after workout sessions.

Eating fruits is a simple process which is known for offering a host of benefits. But there are also numerous myths regarding the timing of consumption of fruits which need to be debunked. One such myth is that if you are suffering from high blood sugar, you should consume fruits at least one to two hours before meals. The idea behind the myth is that people with diabetes have digestive issues and eating fruits separately can improve digestion to some degree. But there is no supportive evidence for the statement.

So, it is advised to eat the fruit as a snack together with protein-packed meals which can aid in digestion. This is also beneficial as smaller amounts of sugar gets absorbed at a time which leads to the meagre amount of rising in blood sugar levels. With these few factors in mind, you can get the most out of your daily fruits consumption.

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Hi, I am 29 week pregnant and doc gave me rg mac sachet once daily. Is it safe to consume and will it cause any effects on baby.

MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), (MRCOG)
Gynaecologist, Chennai
Hi, I am 29 week pregnant and doc gave me rg mac sachet once daily. Is it safe to consume and will it cause any effec...
Hi lybrate-user If you are not having high blood pressure, there is no need to take this drug. If you do have high blood pressure, please take medicines to reduce that. There is no evidence that these drugs are of any use. And definitely no evidence about effect on baby.
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If pregnant women doesn't know that she is pregnant and if she got x ray of her back because of felling back pain because of falling then is there any harm to foetus or baby?

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG, MRCOG (London, UK)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
If pregnant women doesn't know that she is pregnant and if she got x ray of her back because of felling back pain bec...
The risk of harm is very low, at least as per modern knowledge. Get an anomaly scan done at 18-20 weeks.
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My age is 41. I am have continuous menses for the last ten days. My Hb test and uterus scan is normal. Am I undergoing menopause? What should I do? I am very much confused.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS
Gynaecologist, Noida
My age is 41. I am have continuous menses for the last ten days. My Hb test and uterus scan is normal. Am I undergoin...
Hello, To rule out perimenopausal stage you need to get a hormonal l profile done with FSH, LH and AMH levels.
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I am just married and planning to go in for a Copper T kinda device that helps to have safe sex and at the same time not become pregnant too soon. Would like to delay pregnancy for a couple of years. However have read a lot of negative side effects that are scary. Kindly suggest healthier and safer methods.

Diploma In Family Medicine, M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Sexologist, Pune
I am just married and planning to go in for a Copper T kinda device that helps to have safe sex and at the same time ...
Ms. Lybrate-user, as per the conservative school of thought, copper t is not always recommended in patient who has never been pregnant before. If you are newly married oral contraception is the best option. Consult your doctor to choose the right preparation for you.
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If her blood is b- and his husband blood a+ and first baby blood group is also a- then their is problem in second baby birth is any risk.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
If her blood is b- and his husband blood a+ and first baby blood group is also a- then their is problem in second bab...
Not there will be no problem as you and your first baby have the same blood group so there will be no problem with your second conception.
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Doctor I had sex before 2 weeks and now from two days I'm having blood clots (brown in color) from vagina, I just want to ask that is it a pregnancy symptoms or miscarriage? My last periods was on 13 feb16.

MS- Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Doctor I had sex before 2 weeks and now from two days I'm having blood clots (brown in color) from vagina, I just wan...
Any disturbance in pd always do upt. This will help in reaching conclusion. It can b sign of tubal pregnancy cy
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I did UPT on 5th day of my missed period and it came positive and again when I took it on 7th day the result is positive but the color of the pink line is some what lighter than the earlier one. Is my preg safe. Does my hcg level dropped down.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
I did UPT on 5th day of my missed period and it came positive and again when I took it on 7th day the result is posit...
Hi. As long as there are 2 lines, it means you are pregnant. the colour does not indicate the safety of the pregnancy.
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