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Overview

Benefits of Aloo Bukhara And Its Side Effects

Aloo Bukhara is a pulpy fruit that has a number of health benefits if consumed as a part of balanced healthy diet. It helps to maintain body weight and combats diabetes and obesity. It lowers cholesterol, improves blood circulation and quality, and helps to maintain proper heart health. It also improves vision, helps to maintain proper digestive health, and helps to keep a healthy glowing, and vibrant skin. It can also combat cancer due to the large quantity of antioxidants present.

Benefits of Aloo Bukhara And Its Side Effects

Table of Content

Aloo Bukhara
Nutritional Value of Aloo Bukhara
Health Benefits of Aloo Bukhara
Improves Cardiovascular Health
Relieves constipation
Fights Cancer Cells
Improves vision
Improves bone health
Improves Blood Circulation
Helps Combat Diabetes
Healthy Cholesterol Levels
Skin Benefits Of Plum
Uses of Aloo Bukhara
Side-Effects & Allergies of Aloo Bukhara
Cultivation of Aloo Bukhara

Aloo Bukhara

Aloo Bukhara is very famous, nutritious and summer season fruit that is very sweet and juicy. It is found in abundant amount during season and most loved by the people because it helps to keep their health strong and powerful.This fruit belongs botanically to the family of Rosaceae and genus Prunus domestica and comes in a panorama of colors.

Nutritional Value of Aloo Bukhara

Aloo Bukhara is a pulpy fruit which is usually sweet, although some varieties may be sour. It has low fat content and high dietary fiber content. It is rich in vitamins A and C, and high potassium, magnesium, and iron content. Vitamin D, B6, B12, and calcium are also present.

Health Benefits of Aloo Bukhara

Mentioned below are the best health benefits of Aloo Bukhara
Health Benefits of Aloo Bukhara

Improves Cardiovascular Health

Plums also help in maintaining the heart health. Dark coloured plums contain more amount of antioxidant called anththocyanins that prevent cell damage due to its anti-inflammatory effects and also checks cholesterol oxidation.They also contain other poly phenolic compounds like lutein and cryptoxanthin. These compound also further help reduce oxidative stress on the cells.

Relieves constipation

Plums are rich in dietary fibre. The compounds sorbitol and isatin, found in plums help to maintain bowel movements and regulate smooth flow.Sorbitol is a natural laxative that assists the large intestine to absorb water and stimulate bowel movement, thereby relieving constipation. Isatin may help in regulating the function of the digestive system.

Fights Cancer Cells

Plums are useful for the prevention of cancer, especially breast, gastrointestinal and respiratory tract cancers. Anthocyanins, which are reddish blue pigments in this succulent fruit, protect against cancer by mopping the free radicals present. Vitamin A found in abundance in plums is also known to protect from oral and cavity cancer. Plums are particularly good in preventing breast cancer.The antioxidant power of plums and their phytonutrients cease the development of the breast cancer cells but does not kill the healthy cells.

Improves vision

Plums are a rich source of vitamins, especially vitamin A.Vitamin A is important for healthy eyes and sharp vision and protects against macular degeneration.Plums are a rich source of carotenoid zeaxanthin. Plums not only keep the eye membrane healthy but also protect us against the damage caused by UV light.

Improves bone health

Eating plums can boost the bone health, especially of post-menopausal women.Vitamin K in plums have the ability to reverse bone loss in women in their menopause. It can reverses bone loss due to the rich amount of phenolic and flavonoids compounds present in it, apart from vitamin K. It also contains boron which plays an important role in ossification and actively participates in the preservation of the bone density and the general upkeep of the bones.

Improves Blood Circulation

Plum and prunes have the increased ability to aid absorption of iron in the body. This ability is due to the high vitamin C content in this fruit. The iron in the plum is highly beneficial for the formation of red blood cells or erythrocites. It improves the blood circulation in the body and prevents anemia.

Helps Combat Diabetes

Plums rank quite low in glycemic index (GI). Eating plums can control the blood sugar level and reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The phytonutrients found in plums control the release of glucose into the blood after having eaten our meal and regulate the insulin spike between the meals.

Healthy Cholesterol Levels

Plums are a rich source of potassium that is an important component of the cell and body fluids. It can help in controlling the heart rate. It also prevents platelet clotting which may result in atherosclerosis, high blood pressure, stroke and coronary heart disease. It also maintains a healthy level of blood pressure, thanks to the fiber in plums that helps to lower the cholesterol levels. Plums also contain vitamin B6, which prevents an increase in the homocysteine levels and reduces the possibility of a heart attack.

Skin Benefits Of Plum

Eating highly pigmented fruits, like aloo bukhara or plum can make us look more attractive.Rich in antioxidants, it can fight the signs of aging, rejuvenate our skin and reduce scar marks. Plums are also useful to promote healing and thus gives a youthful fresh skin.

Uses of Aloo Bukhara

Aloo Bukhara is mostly used for consumption. It may be consumed directly as fruit, or is sometimes used in the preparation of other dishes. It may be used in fruit salads. Dried fruits are sometimes used for their medicinal benefits.

Side-Effects & Allergies of Aloo Bukhara

Overconsumption of Aloo Bukhara can lead to certain complications. They contain oxalic acid, which can crystallize and form stones in the urinary tract due to over eating of Aloo Bukhara and low consumption of water. Overconsumption may interfere with medications.

Cultivation of Aloo Bukhara

Aloo Bukhara originated in western Asia, in the mountains adjacent to the Caspian Sea. It was transported to North America by European colonists and Spanish missionaries. Today it is cultivated in China, USA, Serbia, Romania, Chile, Germany, France, Spain, Turkey, etc., with China being the largest contributor to worldwide cultivation. Some cultivation takes place in the hill states of India. Plums or aloo bukhara usually need long hours of cooling. It ranges between 300 to 1000 hr of chilling. Warm summer and cool winters are optimum for aloo bukhara cultivation. Plums can grow in a wide variety of soils. Sandy loam soil with a good drainage system and free from saline and alkaline solutions should be selected for the best cultivation of plums. Aloo bukhera strives well in neutral soil with a pH range 5.0 to 6.5

Popular Questions & Answers

I am type 2 diabetic since 1994. Presently my hemoglobin is 10.3 and iron deficiency is 33.6.So how can I increase these levels please suggest.

MD-Pharmacology, MBBS
Sexologist, Delhi
Dear, Thanks for sending across your query. I will suggest you to check your fasting n PP and HbA1C on routine basis first. Your Haemoglobin level is slight less than normal, for that take sprouts, roasted black chana, fruits like aloo bukhara, kiwi and jamun, whole grain cereals, green leafy veggies, whole pulses in your diet. Do your workout daily. For more queries you can visit our private questions. Thanks.

My Dad Name Is Babu. Now his Blood pressure is 160/90 and he is little tension also. So how bp will reduce. What diet I can prefer for him And his FBS is 100 mgdl -130 mgdl RBS is 130mgdl - 140mgdl.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
Hi, use the following methods: 1 - Include plenty of fluids (at least 8-10 glasses of water daily) and restrict salt intake in the diet. 2 - Drinking curry leaves (curry patta) juice 1-2times a day for 1-2 months on an empty stomach is found beneficial. For preparing the juice grind washed curry leaves in a mixer with about ½ - 3/4 glass water. Sieve and add ½ - 1 lemon juice and drink fresh. 3 - Include fresh garlic cloves or garlic pearls or 1/4 tsp garlic powder daily in the diet. 4 - Methi seeds taken regularly are found to help in stabilising blood pressure. 5 - Mix 1 tsp honey, 1 tsp ginger (adrak) juice and 1 tsp cumin (jeera) powder. Have twice a day. 6 - Include apples in the diet for a few days. It has a diuretic effect and thus brings down the B. P. 7 - Fruits such as mosambi, orange, peaches (aaru), plum (aloo bukhara), watermelon (tarbooz) are also beneficial. 8 - Consumption of brown rice is found very beneficial as it has very low sodium content and low cholesterol. 9 - Consumption of natural diuretics like coconut water, butter milk is very effective in regulating blood pressure. 10-Drink coriander (dhania) juice made from fresh dhania (same way as curry leaves juices) 3 times a day. If this is not effective, start having fenugreek (methi) juice instead (made from fresh methi) and if this is also not effective, move to curry leaves juice. Drink each juice for 10-12 days at least before you decide. If it is not working and then move to the next one. 11 - Last but not the least, rest, relaxation and good sleep are effective in keeping Blood pressure under control.
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I am loosing my hair. Whenever I'm applying a shampoo. While touching it loosing my hair.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Homoeopathic treatment hair growth oil (wilmar schwabe india) apply twice weekly at night. Leave overnight a. C. 9 (bakson) chew 1 tab twice daily r-89 (dr reckeweg) drink 20 drops in 20 ml fresh water 3 times daily. R-89 (dr reckeweg) massage in hair roots 20-30 drops daily 0r alternate days one hour before bath.(in females one hour before bath) do nd do nots ------------------ 1. Drink 6-8 glasss extra water daily 2. Drink 2 glass milk daily 3. Take nutritious diet rich in vitamin a, c, nd e---------------------- 4. Avoid junk nd spicy food, fast food, cold drinks---------------------------- sources of vitamin a:------------------ 1. Vegetables: carrot (gajar), potato (aaloo), tomato (tamaatar), cabbage (patta gobhi).---------- 2. Fruits: mango (aam), banana (kela), guava (amrood), papaya (papita).----------------- food: whole wheat products, peanuts, yogurt (dahi), milk, butter and cheese. ------------------- sources of vitamin c:-------------- 1. Vegetables: broccoli (hari phoolgobhi), cucumber, tomato, spinach (palak), lemon (nimbu), onion (pyaaz), peas (matar), green vegetables.--------------- fruits: orange (santra), pineapple, mango, guava apple, grapes, banana, kiwi, lychee, papaya (papita), peach (adau), pear, plum (aloo bukhara), strawberry, lime juice------------------ sources of vitamin e:---------------- 1. Vegetables: spinach, dark green leafy vegetables, sweet potato (shakkar kandi).--------------------- 2. Fruits: avocados (makhan phal), apple, blackberries (jaamun), banana (kela).--------------------- food: eggs, whole wheat bread, nuts, milk, butter, soybeans/soymilk.-----------------------------

My name is chandrasekhar and iam suffering from hair loss from 1 year and severe itching and I tried several medicines on behalf of many doctors and my disease was never cured and tell me how to cure my hairloss.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
Homoeopathic treatment------------------ b. C.-20 (adel) chew 4 tab 3 times daily------------ r-89 (dr reckeweg) drink 20 drops in 20 ml fresh water 3 times daily. R-89 (dr reckeweg) massage in hair roots 20-30 drops daily 0r alternate days one hour before bath.(in females one hour before bath) anti dandruff oil (wilmar schwabe india) apply atleast twice weekly. Leave overnight-------------------- venome shampoo (biovalley) -----apply twice weekly (if you do not get this shampoo im mkt then 2nd option is anti-dandruff shampoo (wilmar schwabe india)------------------------ getting rid of itching scalp-------- 1. Use less shampoo. If you use too much shampoo, you increase the chances that residue will be left behind. Failure to thoroughly rinse out shampoo of the hair causes scalp irritation and flakiness. 2. Exfoliate your scalp. Getting rid of dry, dead skin cells is just as good for your dry scalp as it is for your face. Mix a tablespoon or two of sugar with your shampoo and gently work it into your scalp with the pads of your fingers. Avoid using your fingernails when lathering up, which can cause nicks or cuts. 3. Avoid extremely hot water. Hot water can dry out the skin and aggravate a dry, flaky scalp. The same is true for heat styling products such as a blow-dryer. Excessive heat can cause the scalp to become irritated and dry. 4. Give yourself a scalp massage. A scalp massage causes blood to flow to the scalp, and helps clear any blocked pores that may be interfering with sebum production. Sebum is the oil produced in the sebaceous glands of the scalp. Massaging the scalp also loosens excess dead skin and dandruff, making it easier to wash away. Give yourself a scalp massage before or during your shampoo, or even when you're relaxing in front of the tv. Putting olive oil on your fingertips before the massage gives your scalp added benefits. After the massage, continue with an olive oil treatment.------------------------ do nd do nots ------------------ 1. Drink 6-8 glasss extra water daily 2. Drink 2 glass milk daily 3. Take nutritious diet rich in vitamin a, c, nd e---------------------- 4. Avoid junk nd spicy food, fast food, cold drinks---------------------------- sources of vitamin a:------------------ 1. Vegetables: carrot (gajar), potato (aaloo), tomato (tamaatar), cabbage (patta gobhi).---------- 2. Fruits: mango (aam), banana (kela), guava (amrood), papaya (papita).----------------- food: whole wheat products, peanuts, yogurt (dahi), milk, butter and cheese. ------------------- sources of vitamin c:-------------- 1. Vegetables: broccoli (hari phoolgobhi), cucumber, tomato, spinach (palak), lemon (nimbu), onion (pyaaz), peas (matar), green vegetables.--------------- fruits: orange (santra), pineapple, mango, guava apple, grapes, banana, kiwi, lychee, papaya (papita), peach (adau), pear, plum (aloo bukhara), strawberry, lime juice------------------ sources of vitamin e:---------------- 1. Vegetables: spinach, dark green leafy vegetables, sweet potato (shakkar kandi).--------------------- 2. Fruits: avocados (makhan phal), apple, blackberries (jaamun), banana (kela).--------------------- food: eggs, whole wheat bread, nuts, milk, butter, soybeans/soymilk.-----------------------------
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I have ulcer problem in my mouth from childhood I am so frustrate about that what should I have to prevent from ulcers. Pleas said me.

BDS
Dentist, Vadodara
Common cause of ulcer is constipation. If you have it than get it treated. Avoid oilly, spicy n hard foods. Apply dologel or mucopain ointment 3-4 times a day. You can also take b complex tablets 3 times for 5 days.

Table of Content

Aloo Bukhara
Nutritional Value of Aloo Bukhara
Health Benefits of Aloo Bukhara
Improves Cardiovascular Health
Relieves constipation
Fights Cancer Cells
Improves vision
Improves bone health
Improves Blood Circulation
Helps Combat Diabetes
Healthy Cholesterol Levels
Skin Benefits Of Plum
Uses of Aloo Bukhara
Side-Effects & Allergies of Aloo Bukhara
Cultivation of Aloo Bukhara