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Dr. Madhuri M Gurjar

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My favorite part of being a doctor is the opportunity to directly improve the health and wellbeing of my patients and to develop professional and personal relationships with them....more
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Dr. Madhuri M Gurjar is an experienced Homeopath in Mumbai, Mumbai. You can consult Dr. Madhuri M Gurjar at Dr Madhuri M Gurjar'S Clinic in Mumbai, Mumbai. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Madhuri M Gurjar on Lybrate.com.

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Fasting is good you say, but breakfast is a must you say. How good is fasting to diabetic persons.

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Fasting is good you say, but breakfast is a must you say.
How good is fasting to diabetic persons.
We're not talking about fasting glucose here. We're talking about food fasting — going without food for a period of time. The reason the first meal of the day is called “Breakfast” is because you are “breaking” your all night “fast.” So in one sense, we all have a familiarity with fasting–if you’ve ever fasted for a test, you’ve had to go without food (or certain types of foods) or water for a set amount of time. There are many reasons people fast–religious and health being the 2 most common. Additionally, there are many types of fasts — whether that be skipping a single meal, not eating for a day, or sometimes even going without food longer. What Happens During Fasting? Our bodies are well designed to adapt to go certain periods of time without food–this is why we store certain nutrients in our tissues, including fat tissue. This allows us to be able to draw from reserves of energy during times of scarcity. However, this does alter our metabolism in ways that are not optimal. Any time the body is deprived of food during a time of need for energy, it will slow down metabolism to reserve stores. This is obviously not optimal if we’re trying to lose weight–we want that metabolism to be up not down. The body always needs a certain amount of circulating glucose–your cells need it for energy and metabolism, so when levels get too low, the body sends signals like hunger, dizziness, and shakiness, enticing you to eat. Once you eat, the carbohydrates from food turn into glucose and you can rely on that circulating glucose for about 4 hours. If you override these signals and neglect to eat, the body tries to compensate by sending glucose into the bloodstream through other means: Glycogenolysis – breaking down glycogen into glucose (glycogen is the storage form of glucose found in the muscle and liver) Gluconeogenesis – literally “making new glucose” (generally from amino acids/ proteins) These are much less efficient processes and tax the body. These processes start taking place 8-12 hours after fasting. At that point (16-50 hours without food), the body is in starvation mode and continues to try to produce glucose from the liver; and using other substrates such as ketone bodies; and breaking down amino acids–again poor fuel sources. In this process, insulin (glucose storing hormone) is suppressed and glucagon (glucose-releasing hormone) is heightened. Going longer than 2 days without food can be dangerous and very taxing on the body. Organs can start to break down and muscle wasting takes place. Prolonged starvation will eventually lead to permanent damage and eventually death.
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Hello My upper lip is dark in color while my lower lips is pinkish in colour Pls is it normal or is there anything dat I need to apply to balance their colour and also pls what brings dat?

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Hello My upper lip is dark in color while my lower lips is pinkish in colour Pls is it normal or is there anything da...
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Good morning sir, Sir Khana khata hu par mota nhi hota hu or nhi weight badta h kya Kru.

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Dietitian/Nutritionist, Bangalore
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Sir Khana khata hu par mota nhi hota hu or nhi weight badta h kya Kru.
hello sir , do stretching exercise alternate days. have small and frequent meals. take high protein diet. don't skip breakfast . take any sweet item after dinner. take plenty of fruits.
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I am on weight gain deit! I want to continue it but I don't know indian protien food?

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All the pulses, milk products and non veg have protein, soybean has good protein. If you want to gain weight add buffalo ghee in your diet you can gain more weight then protein diet.
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Hi sir I am 17 years. I want to gain weight and become healthy. I always feel tiredness weakness. please suggest me something.

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I am 17 and and starting having baldness I am using minoxidil solution any dietary recommendations to regrow my hair, My family has no baldness.

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With minoxidil you use some multivitamin and hair growing tablets and take laser treatment for hair grow. Boitin also important. Avoid hair wash daily. Hair wash weekly twice with please normal shampoo.
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Black spots on my face remain after pimples got away. What should I do to remove dark spots.

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Homeopath, Ludhiana
Black spots on my face remain after pimples got away. What should I do to remove dark spots.
Egg white works well in order to lighten the pimple marks and the pimple scars. Take a fresh egg and break the egg, separate the egg white from the egg yolk. Apply this egg white on the pimple marks. After 10-15 minutes, wash with the cold water. Baking Soda Take some baking soda. Mix some water with the baking soda and apply this mixture on the pimple marks. Baking soda serves as an agent that carries out micro dermabrasion on the skin and helps to clear the pimple marks on the face and body. Tomatoes Tomatoes are rich in Vitamin A, which helps nourish the dead skin while rejuvenating it. Vitamin A helps by healing the skin and by helping facilitate quick growth of the skin while removing the scars. Using tomatoes to help heal the scars on the skin is not a lengthy process, but it is rather simple. Just take a tomato, slice it and make it into a pulp. Apply the pulp on the face and leave it on for twenty minutes’ time. Then, wash it off with some warm water. You could also mix cucumbers with it. Make a paste out of all of cucumbers and tomatoes and apply as a face mask. Leave it on for half an hour and wash it with some cool water. Follow this method two days at a time every week and observe the results.
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I am 29 year old man and have chronic constipation last 3 years I have used constipation syrup what can I do.

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I am 29 year old man and have chronic constipation last 3 years I have used constipation syrup what can I do.
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