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I have hypothyroidism and recently got operated for cholecystectomy. I have pain in lower rights jaw radiating to neck and ribs. sometimes its intolerable. What should i do to cure?
Tone your body
You can tone up your body by controlling your weight and appearance without rigorous workouts or daily visits to the Gym rather only by a healthy diet. For toning your body, as well as to get an attractive shape and appearance, you should follow a proper well-balanced Diet. Here are some suggestions for all particularly for the youngs.
I advice that in every meal you add plenty of vegetables, at least 1 serving of 50-100 gm fruits like 2 pcs. banana/day, 1 apple, berries, 1 +1 citrus fruit etc. Divide this two times a day eg 11 am and 3 pm every day or other suitable times. Don't take too much at a time but reasonable portions. You should eat 50 gm dry fruits like peanuts, dates or almonds, etc.. Please ensure that you get 8-9 hours of sleep and 3-5 ltrs water as per season everyday. Also, a healthy working life is good for weight loss.
HERE ARE SOME INITIAL DIET PLANS :
1) You need 1800 - 200 kcal./day (approx) as per your age, weight, lifestyles, work out regimen. It can be a little more after a fortnight or a month later, once your are habituated of workouts and body needs more fuel then.
2) You need 60-70% Carbohydrate - rice/roti/cereals etc. It can be a little more as per weight. Also you need proteins, mainly animal proteins like fish 80 gm or chicken 100 gm 3 days/weekly or eggs 1 pc. daily. Rest visible fat like cooking oils must be PUFA based like Sunflower/Mastard Oil/Olive oil. In case of vegan people can add Paneer,cheese,curd,chana etc.
3) In Breakfast - take 2 pcs solid brown bread/Roti or Phulka + Dal + mix veg OR rice flakes/ with sour curd+ sweets+ Banana OR 2 pcs Idly /1 pcs Dhosa. In breakfast, what you eat should be healthy and must add 1 egg or 200 ml double-toned/skim milk always with or after 15 mins of Breakfast.
4) You can supplement with a fruit or good quality plain soup, as an appetizer, at around 11 am.
5) Lunch - Remember you should always consume carbohydrate+ protein like khichdi, good quality rice/4-6 pcs Chapati homemade OR homemade pulao/basmati rice with 3 types of green vegetables+ dal 20 gm + fish/chicken/mutton 75-100 gm per day (anyone).
If you are vegetarian then go for soya / soya products, enough green veggies or Paneer ,cheese, chana, Tarka,pulses ,legumes all preparations etc.
6) Mid-afternoon you can have fruits like papaya/guava or any citrus fruits.
7) In the evening around 6 pm, one can have Tea and cream cracker biscuits or another high quality snack, including of the snacks mentioned above.
8) Dinner - Roti 4pcs OR 2 pcs roti+ rice same balance + dal+ mix veg+ milk/milk products (300 ml of milk/milk products are needed each day divided over two or three doses in a day). You can add 2 tsf/ 20gm Butter or ghee in rice. .
Fruits have best roles
One should have three types of fruits like lemon, guava, grapes, apple or banana in a balanced combination as dressings/whole as you like in a day. Take plenty of green vegetables like some local greens or other veggies.
Do not use too much salt, home made masala is better although you can use up to 2 tsf of quality packet spices. Strictly avoid all fried foods, no junk food, street foods, processed foods. One can have all kinds of food in moderate quantity, and it should be split over 7-8 helpings in a day.
you can buy any established brands of high-quality standard protein pack, any such products must not have any side effects of course (check with a Dietitian); take 2 scoops one at breakfast and 2 scoops at bedtime, with lukewarm water or milk as preferred.
No Stress and Late night work
Do not work late into the nights as late night work creates body acidity. Remain active or workout during work hours. Don't take the stress, be disciplined and active. Drink water 3-5 mins later after each meal. Cake, pastries, butter, chocolates can be consumed in small quantities, but these should not contain trans fats.
No open market supplements
I also advise that there is no need for slimming medicines or similar supplements which usually have side effects, as well as some unknown complications from person to person. Even in the long run, these may lead to some disorders, primarily in females, as per our observations.
I am losing hair from past few months. And tried all the shampoos and medicines out there. But no result. Can you help me to deal with this issue.
When I wake up in morning I find a small lumb at the back of my neck. Its not hurting Should I go for a check up or can wait.
Recently I have got many of red big acnes or allergic red bumps on my forehead also my cheeks are red and its gone more reddish in sunlight. There is also acne marks .After applying prescribed medicine castor Nf -ofloxacin, terbinafine, clobetasol etc no relief from the medicine. The acne are painful to touch they are growing rapidly and moving to other face area. I completely fed of them .after applying castor Nf size little bit decreases but after lifting for whole day without any medication again they grows to last position .what to do. I am taking ciprofloxacin and levocetirizine now after advice by a local practitioner. What to do next please advice. My face going dull.
My girlfriend is beautiful but she looks bit skinny. How she can become little bit fat to looks attractive?
I am pregnant (having 12 week ), I am feeling weakness & tired . My hemoglobin is 11.2 Kindly suggest me suitable medicine.
Hello sir / madam, I have some urine problem. When I am drop the urine in there some pain and very hot so what should I do? What's the solution for this problem?
Hi ,I am 34 male from Mumbai .from last 2 years I having halitosis problem. I have consulted few dentist and I have gone with 3 root canal treatment and 4 extractions. And every four month cleanings. I have also used many lifter of mouth wash from branded products. But still the same .request you to pls suggest what to do .will be really grateful if you can help me to get rid of bad breathe.
I want to reduce my weight. I did skipping daily for 15 minutes. What should I eat to reduce weight faster? Can I eat banana?
I am 29 years age man and I am foodie and try every food I like in taste and since childhood I have been eating spicy food and eat a lot of non veg than veg. I am overweight now. Currently my weight is 85 mgs and my height is 5 feet 6 inches approx. I have gained weight around 20 kgs in last three years and from last three years I am suffering from improper latrine problems. I take lactifiber every night to clear my potty next morning and if I don't take for few days then I suffer from unclear potty with blood in it. I do farting around 15 times adash and I am suffer from fatty liver also. Please suggest what to do?
Fatigue is a common complaint amongst middle aged people. It is mostly seen in people who have refrained from physical activity or working out for long. This being said, there are a host of other diseases where fatigue acts as the most prominent symptom. Some major diseases where fatigue is involved are anemia, heart diseases, thyroid and diabetes. If you are feeling exhausted or worn out even after a good night’s sleep, it is time to consult your doctor. Here are a few tips that can help you in managing fatigue in the early stage:
- Review your existing medication: Get your doctor to check your medication to ensure that the fatigue is not a result of your existing medicine. Doctors often change the medication for any side effects such as this. It is also advised not to take additional medicine to counter fatigue.
- Start moving: Studies show that physical activity greatly boosts the level of energy in an individual. Daily exercise not only reduces fatigue but makes the heart and lung function more efficiently. It increases vigor and the overall quality of life. According to a study conducted by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, it was seen that people who are more active have more self-confidence.
- Drink water: Dehydration often causes day time fatigue. It not only impairs the physical performance of an individual but also contribute to lack of alertness and motivation. A good indicator of the body’s hydration is the color of the urine. Ideally it should be yellow, pale or straw colored. Any coloration other than this signifies that the body needs more water.
- Hit the bed early: Lack of sleep is one of the biggest factors of fatigue. A study conducted by the Stanford University in 2004 showed that people with good sleeping habits suffers from less fatigue. An afternoon nap followed by a coffee further reduces fatigue and energizes a person. 8 hours of sleep is considered to be healthy and keeps fatigue at bay.
- Frequent eating: It is observed that people who eat small meals several times a day are less prone to this condition than others who eat twice or thrice a day but eat bigger meals. Frequent eating maintains a steady blood sugar level and helps a person concentrate harder. This being said, it has to be ensured that food is consumed in smaller quantities to refrain from putting on weight.
- Try Yoga: While any kind of exercise is helpful in countering fatigue, yoga is particularly helpful in boosting energy. A British study conducted among young adults showed that those who attended 6 weeks of yoga classes are found to be more energetic and mindful. Yoga should be practiced under strict supervision of an instructor to avoid any possible complications of the body.