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Dt. Itu help me in my overall lifestyle management which help me to correct my vitals and come down on weight. Thanks doc.
She understood the problem well. Have started the treatment with her. Hope to get good results.
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I want to loose weight as I am over weight my height is 163 n weight 101 kg kindly guide I take normal India food which is flooded in everyone's house but still I am not loosing weight I am a teacher by profession.
Please give me best indian diet for weight loss and decrease tummy size. Please give me best diet chart.
I want to ask you about dimples in cheek. Actually I was having a dimple in my left cheek. Now I am an overweight and also having a face fat. I want to ask you that if I loose face and body fat is dimple appear again or not?
Hi, What is the meaning of slight diffuse fatty hepatic changes and the parenchyma is slightly echogenic Parenchyma is homogenous? What does non reactive result means in hepatitis?
I'm single now and my age 24 some time I am feeling not good for my body setup because its look not good very thin so please suggest me how to gain weight about 58 to 60 now I'm 52 to 53.
Chamomile tea, derivative of chamomile flower, is golden in color and has a delectable, fruity flavor.
# this scrumptious herbal remedy eases various heath-related concerns such as intestinal and stomach disorders, anxiety, insomnia, mouth ulcers, and much more.
# chamomile not only stimulates weight loss, but also reduces bloating to a great extent.
# loaded with calcium, potassium and flavonoids, chamomile's ability to detox the body helps in getting rid of toxins and excess water.
# a cup of hot chamomile tea before bedtime could help you get a restful sleep as well.
Respected sir/madam, Taking Apple Cider vinegar is safe with empty BV stomach in the morning or useful as beverage along with breakfast. Kindly advice.
Certain vitamins can lower the risk of heart-disease. Such vitamins are called as antioxidants.
An important source of antioxidants is diet which contains numerous compounds exhibiting antioxidant activity. A shortage of antioxidants in the diet might promote coronary heart disease through accumulation of oxidized ldl in macrophages. However, antioxidants may also influence endothelial functions, smooth muscle cell proliferation, thrombosis and plaque rupture. Consumption of fruits and vegetables, olive oil, tea is inversely correlated with heart disease rates. These foods are particularly rich in natural antioxidant nutrients, including ascorbate (vitamin c), the tocopherols (vitamin e) and carotenoids. These compounds are plant pigments that provide the bright color of various fruits and vegetables; lycopene, which gives tomatoes their red color. Flavonoids are naturally occurring substances which provide color, texture and taste for plant foods. As free radical scavengers, flavonoids inhibit the oxidization of lipids, and promote vascular relaxation and help prevent atherosclerosis. A sufficient supply with antioxidants from diet might help prevent or delay the occurrence of pathological changes associated with oxidative stress. When diet fails to meet the antioxidant requirement, dietary supplements might be indicated. The recently coined term nutriceuticals describes a variety of nonprescription products that are used to enhance health. The best known are vitamin e, vitamin c, carotenoids, coenzyme q10, flavonoids and the amino acid l-arginine.
Torch your visceral fat:
Our body has different types of fat and some are more dangerous than others. Subcutaneous fat is that soft, squishy fat you see and can feel when you poke a finger in your belly. Visceral fat is a specific type of dangerous belly fat found deep below the skin’s surface, often surrounding the organs. Hidden visceral fat could be the reason we can’t lose belly fat. Visceral fat is biologically active, like a factory churning out hormones and inflammation that help keep us fat and contribute to other health problems. When we eat “carbage”– junk carbs that contain sugar and refined flours–we’re fueling the creation of this deep, dangerous belly fat.
What to do?
Fight hidden belly fat by ditching “carbage” and using blood sugar-stabilizing spices at every meal. Consume a 1/2 teaspoon of one of these spices at every meal: cinnamon, clove, oregano, cayenne, or turmeric. Use cinnamon and clove at breakfast by adding a dash to coffee or oatmeal, and sprinkle the savory ones on your salads, sandwiches, and main dishes the rest of the day for a flavorful seasoning that can help fry belly fat.