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Treatment of Abdominal Pain
Treatment of Swelling
Treatment & Management of Stress
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Treatment of Shoulder Pain
Management of Abortion
Treatment of Foot Pain
Treatment of Mood Disorder
Treatment of Lower Back Pain
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Treatment of Bone Fracture
Treatment of Arm Pain
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Can we give cerelac and biscuit to 5+month old baby pls suggest now we are giving only dexolac powder.
Im working in FMCG as Sr Manager-Production I am 35 years & overweight 89 kgs and also I have big stomach& my height is 172 cms (5.8 feet. I'm fully frustrated, trying to reduce weight, trying to reduce stomach but not possible, doing morning exercise 30-45 minutes. But some time irregular and also drinking morning lime with hot water. even though my weight and stomach is not reduced. Please suggest sir I have to reduce 9 kgs weight with in a month how ?what and all I have to daily please.
I am having dead skin, red acne marks total on my face and dull skin I feel so embarrassing with my skin please help me to get out of this problem.
Cramps ten days before period. Cycle length is 35 days but got cramps on 20 day. What it could be. Its not ovulation as discharge is creamy.
I am overweight and have pain in my tail bone and heels. Recently did a health checks .Please suggest me something for that
Travelling is a wonderful way to explore new places, cultures and even exciting cuisines. But before you reach your destination, it is essential to decide what you will eat before you begin travelling and while you are travelling. It is also important to know what foods you must avoid. This is because certain meals or snacks can upset your stomach easily or cause a feeling of heaviness, nausea, bloating or sluggishness. The key is to eat light, both before and during the journey. And, it is always better to carry fresh home-made food instead of eating out. Home-made food is always light.
So, read on to find out why you should carry home-made food while you are on the go, and what you can do to avoid uneasy feelings that can ruin your trip.
The Benefits Of Carrying Home-Made Food While You are Travelling-
- Very light: Home-made food is very light and can be digested very easily. Eating light is very important during travel, as no one wants to spend their time with an upset stomach or constant nausea breaks. If the travel duration is long, eat light for at least two days prior to the day of travel.
- Flexibility: Not only is the home food hygienic, but it also gives you the flexibility to eat whenever you feel like it. You don’t have to constantly look out for the next eating joint without having an option to choose one.
- Time-saving: A food break on a journey normally takes about 40 minutes to an hour and eating on the go can help reduce your anxiety while traveling. If there are kids who are bored and keep asking when shall we reach, this is a good way to keep them engaged.
- Cost-effective: It is a very well-known fact that carrying your food is cost-effective than eating outside.
Foods To Avoid Before Travelling
- Carbonated drinks – Sodas or beer can make you feel bloated and cause stomach pain while you travel.
- Salty and deep fried food – These kinds of foods make you feel excessively thirsty and bloated as they dehydrate your body. So, avoid sugar cereals, deep-fried snacks, salty chips, and breads.
- Coffee – Avoid drinking too much coffee as it can give you the feeling of frequent urination.
- Legumes and beans – These are well-known for causing gastric discomfort, and should be soaked overnight first before having them.
- High-fat foods – Stay away from cheese, cream, sausages, butter, and ham as they can lead to nausea or headaches.
- Others – Avoid alcohol, broccoli, cabbage, radish, turnips, peaches, apples, barley and rye as these can lead to the formation of gas.
Foods To Eat Before Travelling
- Foods rich in water – Cucumber, raw carrots, lettuce, celery, strawberries, pineapple, watermelon, and grapes are loaded with water and will keep you well-hydrated.
- Citrusy fruits – Eat fresh oranges, plums, different kinds of berries, kiwi and grapefruit to get your dose of vitamin C and antioxidants. These will also keep you hydrated.
- Sweet potatoes – These take time to break down in your gut and release energy slowly. Plus, they are loaded with essential vitamins, manganese, potassium, dietary fibers and have less fat and sodium.
- Buckwheat – You can have this instead of white rice, as buckwheat is high on antioxidants. It will reduce your stress level, boost immunity, and contains sufficient magnesium to make you feel relaxed.
- Avocados – Loaded with healthy fats, vitamin E, potassium and folic acid, avocados are very healthy and make for yummy dips and salads. You can have it with brown rice or oats.
- Others – Dry fruits, lean meats, brown rice, steel cut oats and coconut milk are some other foods you can have.
Meals To Eat While Travelling
Whatever you choose, make sure it should be light on the stomach, easy to pack, and also easy to open up and eat. Some of the options that you can consider are
- Fruits: You can keep fruits like bananas, oranges and apples handy. These are easy to carry and eat and are light on the stomach, which makes them a great snack.
- Dry fruits: When you are feeling down slightly, try munching on a couple of almonds or raisins and see your mood elate. They also provide instant energy. However, you should be careful, so as not to consume them in excess.
- Simple rolls: Roti rolls or wraps not only easy to pack but are tasty and convenient to eat when traveling. Make sure the vegetables are simple to digest like potato and tomato and there should be less spice and oil used, both for the roll and for the stuffing.
- Sandwiches: Carrying a box of whole wheat bread sandwiches, some with butter, and some with plain cucumber, tomato and onion with some mint spread are ideal to eat during travel. Sandwiches are easy to digest, pack and the combinations will give you variety as well.
- Other foods: Some other food options that you can go for are salads with healthy dressings, poha, idli, besan chila and upma, etc.
Stay healthy and fit so that you can enjoy your traveling with the required energy and enthusiasm. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!