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Dr. Udaywalkar

Gynaecologist, Mumbai

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Dr. Udaywalkar is a trusted Gynaecologist in Link Road, Mumbai. You can visit him at Anand Maternity & Nursing Home in Link Road, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Udaywalkar on Lybrate.com.

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10 Reasons To Have Ragi /Nachni As It Is Very Essential!

M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
10 Reasons To Have Ragi /Nachni As It Is Very Essential!

1. Rich in calcium: 

No other cereal comes close to ragi when it comes to calcium content. Calcium is a significant factor when it comes to bone development and prevention of osteoporosis. Replacing calcium pills with a ragi kanji or porridge and including it in the diet of growing children is a good way to reap its benefits. You may also like to know the 9 reasons you should eat calcium rich foods.

2. Helps in weight loss:

 The natural fat content in ragi is lower than all other cereals. Also, this fat is in its unsaturated form. Thus, substituting it for wheat and rice is a good choice for people trying to lose weight. It also contains an amino acid called tryptophan which reduces appetite.


3 High fibre content: 

As compared to white rice, ragi contains higher amounts of dietary fibre. Due to this, ragi aids digestion, prevents over-eating and makes you feel full for a longer span of time. The amino acids lecithin and methionine help in decreasing the cholesterol levels of your body by getting rid of the excess fat in the liver. On the other hand, threonine hinders the formation of fat in the liver and provides overall reduction of body cholesterol.

4. Regulates blood sugar levels: 

The high polyphenol and fibre content has another perk. Diabetic patients can trust ragi to create a restrained build in glucose level. Diets that regularly include ragi have been known to have lower glycemic response. This is mostly down to the inclusion of bran in ragi as the grain is too small to be polished and milled. Know about how whole grains can prevent type 2 diabetes.


5. Battles anemia

Ragi is an excellent source of natural iron. Patients of anaemia and low haemoglobin levels can begin to include ragi in their diets as a domestic remedy. Vitamin c is known to aid the absorption of iron. Once ragi is allowed to sprout, the vitamin c levels increase and lead to further absorption of iron into the bloodstream. Read more about causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of anemia.

6. Natural relaxant:

 The ample amount of amino acids and antioxidants in ragi help the body relax naturally. Common ailments like anxiety, insomnia, headaches and depression can be battled with ragi. The amino acid called tryptophan is a major contributor to the relaxing effects of ragi.


7. Reduces the risk of stroke:

 In its early stages of growth, that is, when it is still green, ragi can help prevent high blood pressure. The cholesterol levels in blood can be regulated too, leading to less plaque formation and blockage of vessels. As a result the risk for hypertension and stroke goes down significantly. You make like to read about the 6 lifestyle tips to prevent stroke.

8. Gluten-free: 

People with celiac disease or followers of the gluten-free diet can incorporate ragi into their daily consumption as it is completely free of gluten. Not many cereals can boast of this property since gluten is a major nutrient in all cereals.

9 Excellent baby food:

 In southern india, where ragi is widely consumed, babies as old as 28 days are fed ragi porridge at their christening. It is believed that ragi promotes better digestion. The high calcium and iron content is useful for the bone growth and overall development of the infant. Specially-processed ragi powders for infants are available widely to be used during weaning.

10. Boosts lactation:

 Lactating mothers are urged to include ragi, especially when it is green as it enhances milk handling and imbibes the milk with the essential amino acids, iron and calcium required for the nutrition of the mother as well as the child. The production of milk is also affected positively. Ragi is prescribed to the mothers that wish to increase the quantity of milk produced for their baby. You may want to know the health benefits of whole grains.

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My daughter has cysts in ovaries. She did harmonal treatment for one month after that she is taking homeopathy treatment now but there is no improvements in her menstrual cycle. Her periods comes after 6 months. Please suggest me what to do. Thank you.

BHMS
Homeopath, Secunderabad
Poly cystic ovarian disease is common hormonal imbalance problem in teenage. May I know her age? and how long she is suffering from this problem?
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I am priya 29 years old, I am suffering from heat boils on my vagina and its hurting from 1 week. Kindly help me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Hello,you can take homoeopathic medicine Silicea 30 (4 drops in little water) twice a day for 3 days and revert.
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Hello, How to get rid of PCOD? My weight is increasing day by day. Please suggest me what can be done?

PGDHHM, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
Hello, How to get rid of PCOD? My weight is increasing day by day. Please suggest me what can be done?
Pcod treatment includes weight reduction if overweight exercise regularly, medications for regularisation of period .
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I am unmarried girl. My periods is being late for 10 days in this month. And I am virgin girl. I am confused, what is problem. So please advise me and give me solution. I did never faced such problem. And what would be side effects at my health.

BHMS PGCGO
Homeopath, Hubli-Dharwad
I am unmarried girl. My periods is being late for 10 days in this month. And I am virgin girl. I am confused, what is...
if you are vergin then no need to let tensed. it may be delayed due to hormonal imbalance or stress.
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I am 6 months pregnant and during my last visit to doctor , she said that I am having loose cervix. What does that mean and what should I do to prevent that. Please suggest.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
I am 6 months pregnant and during my last visit to doctor , she said that I am having loose cervix. What does that me...
Hi lybrate-user, loose cervix means you are high risk to have preterm delivery. Ideally you should share ultrasound report in detail to guide you in best possible way. You should take rest avoid exertion, sex, prolonged standing.
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If a girls sept. Months period starts on 17.09.16 and oct. Months period starts on 22.10.16 then what is the possibility of her ovulation in these november months? She had an unprotected sex on 15.11.16 and within 10 hours she took an ipill .is there any chance of her pregnancy ?also what is the possibility of her period in these month?

DGO, MD, MRCOG, CCST, Accredation in Colposcopy
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
If a girls sept. Months period starts on 17.09.16 and oct. Months period starts on 22.10.16 then what is the possibil...
There is always a small possibility of ovulation as well as failed i-pill. Best is to wait for her next period. If she misses her periods best is to do a urine pregnancy test.
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I am 25 year female I have PCOD problem from last 1 year what should I do to overcome this problem. My height is 5.3 and weight is 55 kg and I am unmarried.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
We’ve heard over and over again that weight loss is important in managing PCOS and that diet and exercise are more effective than medications in improving your PCOS symptoms 1. Eat organic food. Avoid junk. 2. Drink lots of water. 3. Exercise regularly. Brisk walking is a good idea to keep weight under control. 4. Visit nature places and spend time alone. 5. Take steps to calm your mind. Worrying about the problem can only make it worse – listen to music, read or spend time gardening. Butterfly Pose can be very helpful in PCOS. Don’t flap your legs too much; instead try holding the posture for long. 1. Even more helpful is SuptaBadhakonasana (Reclining Butterfly Pose), which works just like the Butterfly Pose,this time lying down. This is what makes it extremely relaxing. To enhance the experience, play some soft music and place cushions under your hip. For beginners, it is a good idea to use cushion support while doing this posture. 2. Bharadvajasana (Bharadvaja’s Twist) is a seated spinal twist that helps PCOS patients. 3. Chakki Chalanasana (moving the grinding wheel) is a very simple exercise with several benefits. It helps massage the liver, kidneys, pancreas, uterus and the reproductive organs. 4. Shavasana (Corpse Pose) is another useful posture to try. In PCOS, the more you relax, the better you feel and this posture will help you completely relax at the end of your yoga session. 5. Padma Sadhana practice is also considered very effective for PCOS patients. 6. Make sure you don’t hold the postures that put pressure on the abdomen (Bow Pose, Superman Pose, Cobra Pose and Boat Pose) for a long time. 7. A few rounds of Sun Salutation at a faster pace can be good for weight loss; however, it is a good idea to practice only a few slow rounds daily for more relaxation. •
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Hii doctor, I am 24 years old. I am married. Every time I had my periods on time and normal and there was no problem but in november 2016 I missed my period. I consult a doctor, had a pregnancy test also but I was not pregnant. Then he gave medicine then had period in december now this month january also I am not having periods. What can be the reason? Is it something to b worried about? Why m not having periods? Surely m not pregnant than what must be the reason?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Kolkata
Hii doctor, I am 24 years old. I am married. Every time I had my periods on time and normal and there was no problem ...
Good evening my Lybrate user, check your thyroid test and hemoglobin counting. Then you consult with me. In the mean time you take a medicine. Abis Nig.-30/ 2-3 drops thrice daily in empty stomach for 7 days. Take some fruits.
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