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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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Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Sexologist, Chennai
Penis Tears After Sex

Sex is enjoyable. However, there are occasions where the sex is no longer pleasurable, like when the male develops a cut on his penis during or after intercourse. Surprisingly, penis tears are very common. But it is not frequently reported by men because of feeling ashamed about admitting the problem to their doctors. However, no matter how small the cut, you should go to see your physician, especially if the tear heals slowly.

Causes of Penis Tears

Penis tears can result from a variety of causes. The most common are:

Friction - The most obvious cause of a cut on the penis is too much friction during sex. While it is true that the more friction between the vagina and the penis the more pleasure is generated, it also goes along this line that penile injury is more likely to occur. Guys endowed with bigger penises should bear in mind that they are more at risk of such injuries, especially if they have sex with a smaller partner or if they love to have deep penetration sex.

Frenulum injury - There is a structure underneath the penis head that is known as the frenulum. It is like a ridge of small skin connecting the head of the penis to the shaft skin. A shorter frenulum means that the penile skin is dragged easily forward and back during sex. When the skin is tugged back, the action will cause some pain or discomfort. At some point, when the sex is already too hard, the frenulum may be ripped or torn, resulting in bleeding.

Balanitis - This is a condition that often surfaces as a result of chronic diabetes. Diabetic patients are at risk because wound healing is generally slowed down. But in most cases, balinitis is caused by poor hygiene and infection; that's why uncircumcised men are more prone to getting this condition. It is characterized by an inflammation of the penile head and the foreskin. Men usually suspect balanitis if their penises are easily reddened, especially at the head part. Rashes on the same area are frequently seen as well.

Yeast infection - The most common type of male yeast infection is the one affecting the male reproductive organ. Sexual dysfunction, burning sensation during sex, reddened penis head and blistered penile trunk are the most common signs and symptoms of yeast infection. Rashes, swelling, and a cut on the penis also develop more easily among yeast-infected males.

Other causes - Genital piercings and an allergy to latex condoms have also been reported to cause a cut on the penis
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I have girl friend 23 old age .last month we have sex but the time of period is now changed .so what would be happen please suggest me.

fellow in Obstetric Medicine , MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, FMAS, DMAS, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Hyderabad
I have girl friend 23 old age .last month we have sex but the time of period is now changed .so what would be happen ...
Hello, if she has not got her normal periods this month do a pregnancy test else you observe her cycle for another month and if iits irregular consult a gynaecologist. If she has taken any pills in between then a few cycles can be irregular.
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How many times can I give unwanted 72 to my gf for unprotected sex in a month or a week?

Diploma in Family Medicine, M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Sexologist, Pune
You can use that pill once in six months. Any thing more than that will play havoc with her health. So young man take responsibility for your actions and use condom instead!
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Period ke kitne din bad sex karne se pregnancy nhi hota h. Or period kitne din tak delay ho sakta hai? Please clear my doubt.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Period ke kitne din bad sex karne se pregnancy nhi hota h. Or period kitne din tak delay ho sakta hai? Please clear m...
Isko safe period method kahte hai jo unsafe hai yani jyada fail hoti hai. Jisko 28 din ka regular cycles aata hai unko pregnancy nahi rahne ka chances 1 se 10 aur 17 se 28 din tak hota hai.(period ke pahle din se counting hota hai). Jinke periods irregular hai ya alag hai to vo janne ke baad count kiya ja sakta hai.
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I am 24year old and I am married 4years back. We started planning for a baby since 1 year. My cycles are very regular. But later I was diagnosed that I have right sided polycystic ovary. But this time my follicle dint get rupture after attaining size of 26mm×14 even after taking inj. Hcg 5000IU? I am tensed like what I can do further is this a worse condition of mine? Need solution.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I am 24year old and I am married 4years back. We started planning for a baby since 1 year. My cycles are very regular...
There is nothing to worry about, so ask your doctor to give high dose i. E hcg 10000 next time for egg rupture. It may happen sometimes that egg might not rupture, as you have pcos also. Apart from all the medication and treatment start doing regular exercise and take adequate nutritious diet including fruits, vegetable and dairy products.
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Hi I did consult a gynic. And she has put me on mhr bio geston 300 Sr pan d and doxinate. When informed about the spotting she didn't say anything and asked me to take a scan on 17th June and meet her again. I'm very scared. Pls help.

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
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I did consult a gynic. And she has put me on mhr bio geston 300 Sr pan d and doxinate. When informed about the spo...
lybrate-user, do get back on an online consulting for the same ,as we are not aware of how many weeks of pregnancy you are having and also whether you are having pain along with the spotting .we will sure be of help and resolve this problem for you.
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What can I do to normalise my periods, its been a month now and am still on it, im so worried.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
What can I do to normalise my periods, its been a month now and am still on it, im so worried.
Hi, heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding, which is also called menorrhagia, can occur to any menstruating woman. It can also cause serious health problem such as iron-deficiency anemia. In order to stop heavy menstrual bleeding naturally, you can try different types of home remedies and making changes to your diet. Home remedies: -cinnamon, which you may use in cooking or baking, is also a well-known spice that may provide relief from heavy bleeding. Incorporate more cinnamon into your diet or take it alone to help calm the uterus and prevent heavy bleeding. Try mixing one cup of hot water with three teaspoon of powdered cinnamon and take it every thirty minutes during your menstrual cycle. -wash 2 cups of raspberry leaves and bring 2 cups of water to a boil. Strain and enjoy one cup up to three times a day. -placing an ice pack on your abdomen may reduce bleeding (no more than 20 minutes). It may also alleviate pain and swelling. -choose healthy and nutrient dense foods such as proteins including nuts, iron rich foods like dark green leafy vegetables, and dairy products like yogurt or cheese for calcium. Green beans contain high fiber and are enriched with vitamin b, which prevents abdominal cramps. Choose breads and grains that are fortified with iron, vitamin b, fiber and protein. Eat vegetables such as broccoli, kale, sweet potatoes, and spinach to help you get iron, calcium, and vitamin c. Eat fruits such as oranges and strawberries for vitamin c. Prunes and dried apricots are a good source of iron. Medication: take hamamelis q/ 10 drops in 1/2 cup of water every 2 hrly during the menses. ******get yourself examined from a gynaecologist and get an ultrasound (pelvis) done*******
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