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Benefits of Sesame Oil And Its Side Effects

The health benefits of Sesame Oil is such that it helps in treats premature graying of hair, treats the symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis, lowers blood pressure, fights stress and depression, helps in improving oral health, maintains good skin health, acts as a natural anti-inflammatory agent, detoxifies skin, helps in preventing diabetes, provides natural cure for anemia, has innate anti-cancerous properties, helps in improving eye health.

Benefits of Sesame Oil And Its Side Effects

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Sesame Oil
Nutritional Value of Sesame Oil
Nutritional facts Per 100 Grams
Health Benefits of Sesame Oil
Helps in treats premature graying of hair
Helps in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Helps in lowering of blood pressure
Helps to Fight Stress and Depression
Oil Pulling for improving oral health
Helps in maintaining good skin health
Helps in detoxification of skin
Acts as a natural anti-inflammatory agent
Helps in preventing diabetes
Helps in natural cure for anemia
Has innate anti-cancerous properties
Helps in improving eye health
Uses of Sesame Oil
Side-Effects & Allergies of Sesame Oil
Cultivation of Sesame Oil

Sesame Oil

Sesame oil is an edible vegetable oil derived from sesame seeds. Besides being used as a cooking oil in South India, it is used as a flavour enhancer in Middle Eastern, African, and Southeast Asian cuisines. It has a distinctive nutty aroma and taste. The oil extracted from Sesame seed is popular in alternative medicine, from traditional massages and treatments to the modern day. This oil is popular in Asia and is also one of the earliest-known crop-based oils, but worldwide mass modern production continues to be limited even today due to the inefficient manual harvesting process required to extract the oil.

Nutritional Value of Sesame Oil

One tablespoon (13.6 g) of Sesame oil serves 120.2 Calories. The total fat content is 13.6 g, out of which saturated fat content is 1.9 g and monounsaturated fat is 5.4 g. Sesame oil is rich in linoleic acid and oleic acid. The vitamin E content is 0.2 mg (2%) and vitamin K is 1.8μg (2%). There is a predominance of gamma-tocopherol over the other isomers of Vitamin E. the oil do not contain any carbohydrates, proteins and fibres. The amount of Choline in the oil is 1%.

Nutritional facts Per 100 Grams

884 Calories
100 g Total Fat

Health Benefits of Sesame Oil

Mentioned below are the best health benefits of Sesame Oil
Health Benefits of Sesame Oil

Helps in treats premature graying of hair

Massaging of hair and scalp with sesame oil can help in preventing premature graying and helps in retaining the natural colour of hair for longer. In fact, sesame oil has hair darkening properties. Regular use of this oil can help in keeping hair dark and healthy.

Helps in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Sesame seeds are a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals. They are loaded with copper, zinc, magnesium, iron and calcium. While sesame oil may not contain as much nutrients as the seeds since some amounts of it are lost during the extraction process, they still retain most beneficial properties. It is particularly known for its zinc and copper contents, which help in the production of red blood cells, blood circulation and metabolism. Copper is also known for its anti-inflammatory properties, and helps reduce arthritis pain, swelling of joints and strengthens the bones.

Helps in lowering of blood pressure

Sesame oil was used commonly in cooking since the ancient times. According to a study by an Indian researcher from Annamalai University and published in Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, “Sesame oil as edible oil lowers blood pressure, decreases lipid peroxidation, and increases antioxidant status in hypertensive patients.

Helps to Fight Stress and Depression

Sesame oil contains an amino acid known as tyrosine, which is directly connected to serotonin activity. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter which impacts our mood. An imbalance of it could lead to depression and stress. According to experts, incorporating sesame oil in diet help in the production of serotonin which in turn help in feeling positive and keeping chronic stress away.

Oil Pulling for improving oral health

Oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic technique which is followed for promoting oral health and removing plaque. A tablespoon of oil is taken on an empty stomach and swished around in the mouth for 20 minutes and then spat out. It is believed to remove toxins from the body. Sesame oil is commonly used for this practice because of its medicinal properties.

Helps in maintaining good skin health

Sesame oil is valued in Ayurveda because of its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is commonly used in beauty treatments for the skin because it is an excellent moisturiser, promotes regeneration of healthy skin, has anti-aging properties, and is considered to be a natural SPF. It is also used extensively as massaging oil because of its warming property and its ability to seep deep into the skin.

Helps in detoxification of skin

The antioxidants present in sesame oil helps in detoxifying one’s skin. The antioxidants absorb all those water-soluble toxins, thus enabling detoxification. Washing of face regularly with a mixture of ½ cup sesame oil, ½ cup apple cider vinegar and ¼ cup water helps detoxify skin and provides a healthy and glowing skin.

Acts as a natural anti-inflammatory agent

Sesame seed oil has anti-inflammatory properties which makes it an innate healing agent. The antibacterial properties help in fighting various bacteria, including staphylococcus, streptococcus, and athlete’s foot fungus, affecting the skin. A mixture of sesame seed oil and lukewarm water is an effective home remedy for vaginal yeast infections.

Helps in preventing diabetes

Sesame seeds are a good source of magnesium as well as various other nutrients. All these together enable sesame to lower the levels of glucose in blood, thereby thwarting the risk of diabetes. People suffering from diabetes can choose sesame seed oil for cooking.

Helps in natural cure for anemia

Sesame oil has a huge content of iron. That is why they are one of the most recommended home remedies for anemia as well as other iron-deficient problems.

Has innate anti-cancerous properties

Sesame oil contains magnesium, a mineral that has a rich anti-cancerous reputation. These also contain an anti-cancer compound known as phytate. The synergic actions of these ingredients make sesame oil reduce the risk of colorectal tumors and, even preventing their onset.

Helps in improving eye health

According to traditional Chinese medications, eyes and liver shared a very cordial relationship. It was believed that liver could store blood, and branches of liver delivered blood to eye, enabling its proper functioning. Sesame oil is a natural tonic for liver that enables better flow to blood, which, in turn is believed to nourish eyes. These therapeutic effects can also treat blurred vision, tired and sore eyes. Regularly massaging your eye lids with sesame oil can also help in erasing dark circles and wrinkles.

Uses of Sesame Oil

Sesame oil has been used for centuries in Asian cuisine. It also has medicinal purposes, especially in Ayurvedic medicine, where it is used as a base oil for about 90% of the herbal oils. In Ayurvedic therapy, sesame oil is renowned for its ability to strengthen and detoxify the body and ensure the proper functioning of all the vital organs. It's also used in sacred and religious ceremonies. Today, sesame oil is a common component of skin and massage oils, hair care products, cosmetics, soaps, perfumes and sunscreens. Sesame oil has great moisturizing, soothing and emollient qualities.

Side-Effects & Allergies of Sesame Oil

The side effects of using sesame oil in diet may include increase in body weight, risks of colon cancer, diverticulitis, allergic reactions among the people who are hypersensitive to it, anaphylaxis, appendix infection, diarrhoea, skin rashes, hair loss, and even miscarriage.

Cultivation of Sesame Oil

Sesame was cultivated more than 5000 years ago as a drought-tolerant crop and it was able to grow where other crops failed. Sesame seeds were one of the first crops processed for oil. Sesame was cultivated during the Indus valley civilization and was the main oil crop of those time. It was probably exported to Mesopotamia around 2500 BC. Sesame oil is thought to have originated in the Indus Valley of North India, but later spread from there throughout Asia.

Popular Questions & Answers

1) Cervical spondylosis, how to get rid off without operation & pain killers. 2) Nasal polyp, which has closed one nasal way, can be removed or shrink without operative procedure?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Gwalior
Cervical spondylosis Diet & Lifestyle Advice Increase intake of oily foods that are easily digested, sweet things, purified butter, vegetable soups, milk and almonds. Avoid rice, refined flour, kidney beans, and other foods that cause flatulence. Avoid physical and mental exertion. Get a good night’s sleep. Have regular, gentle body massage with lukewarm sesame oil. Dhanurasan and Ujjai Pranayam are highly recommended for cervical pains. Home Remedies Take one tablespoon of castor oil before going to bed, once or twice a week. This helps cleansing ama (toxins) and balancing vata. Peel two cloves of garlic and crush it. Add this to a glass of milk. Boil it on a mild flame till one-fourth glass remains. Filter and make two equal parts. Drink one part in the morning and the other in the evening. Warm mustard oil or sesame oil (1 teaspoon) with 3-4 cloves of crushed garlic and 1 tsp of ajwain (carom) seeds until it roasts to a reddish brown colour. Ensure that it does not get burned. Massage this oil on your affected areas. After that do hot fomentation with salt potli (bag). If you want more better treatment consult me.
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I am 26 years old .i am suffering from premature gray hair pls tell me how can it stop them.

B.A.M.S, M.D In Ayurvedic Medicine
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Greying of hair is inevitable process. It depends on many factors the most common is Genetics which you inherit from your parents and can not be changed. If they have their Silver's in Early age you will also get the same in early age. Others include Using Hair styling Chemicals, vitamin deficiency, excessive usage of salt, pepper, sour, sugar, oily food, preservatives etc. Stress, Smoking, lacking nutrition and so on. Add more of Fresh Fruits & Seasonal vegetables in your diet. Eat Sprouts, Almonds, Berries. Drink enough water instead of aerated drinks. You can have fish. Ditch the Chemical and styling products you are using for Hair instead go Natural. Use mild Shampoo to wash hair or prepare your own Shampoo with reetha and shikaki. Use natural conditioner like yoghurt, egg etc. Massaging your scalp with pure Oils like sesame oil, Coconut oil, almonds oil or cow ghee will prevent further greying. Ayurveda can help you in more better way with no known side effects. Taking Amalaki rasayan 1teaspoon twice daily will be more beneficial. If you find maximum of your hair turned grey and want to camoflague it naturally than we provide 100% Herbal organic Hair Colourant which will make your Hair look natural. It will not make your Hair red like other Henna and also doesn't effect the strength of natural hair. Application of this Organic Hair Colour will make your Hair more shiny and healthy. For more info you can consult me.
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My height is not increasing .What I should do? My fathers height is 5 feet 8 inches and mothers 5 feet.

MD - Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Bhavnagar
*Take daal rice more. Use cow ghee n milk. Avoid over eating *start massage with til- sesame oil in morning, after that, do exercise whatever you want then bath *Take Sun bath *focus in yourself *avoid stress anger fear *take ajvayan 1 tsp after meal. *Start chyavanprash in morning. These are also helps in height increase. After 20, process of increasing height becomes slow. However healthy diets will help you. Do exercise & yoga. Esp. Tadashana, suryanamaskar, chakrasahana. In medicine you can use ashvagandha & akkalkaro.
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Happy New Year Sir/ Mam My hairs are becoming white. I am taking ayurvedic treatment too but I am not finding any improvement. Doing oiling everyday. So can you suggest me anything in my food which I should avoid and eat something that makes my hair nourishing, healthy and black. I am not taking citrus fruits, curd or milk avoiding junk food but I want the solutions for the same.

B.A.M.S, M.D In Ayurvedic Medicine
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Greying of hair is inevitable process. It depends on many factors the most common is Genetics which you inherit from your parents and can not be changed. If they have their Silver's in Early age you will also get the same in early age. Others include Using Hair styling Chemicals, vitamin deficiency, excessive usage of salt, pepper, sour, sugar, oily food, preservatives etc. Stress, Smoking, lacking nutrition and so on. Add more of Fresh Fruits & Seasonal vegetables in your diet. Eat Sprouts, Almonds, Berries. Drink enough water instead of aerated drinks. You can have fish. Ditch the Chemical and styling products you are using for Hair instead go Natural. Use mild Shampoo to wash hair or prepare your own Shampoo with reetha and shikaki. Use natural conditioner like yoghurt, egg etc. Massaging your scalp with pure Oils like sesame oil, Coconut oil, almonds oil or cow ghee will prevent further greying. Ayurveda can help you in more better way with no known side effects. Taking Amalaki rasayan 1teaspoon twice daily will be more beneficial. If you find maximum of your hair turned grey and want to camoflague it naturally than we provide 100% Herbal organic Hair Colourant which will make your Hair look natural. It will not make your Hair red like other Henna and also doesn't effect the strength of natural hair. Application of this Organic Hair Colour will make your Hair more shiny and healthy. For more info you can consult me.

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Benefits of Sesame Oil

Net Qualified In Community Health And Social Medicine, M.Sc - Dietetics and Community Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Durgapur
Benefits of Sesame Oil
Use sesame oil for salad dressing, cereals dressings, deep frying.
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Can Ayurveda Help In Dealing With Eczema?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Moradabad
Can Ayurveda Help In Dealing With Eczema?

Is your skin looking swollen and feeling dry and itchy? If yes- you may be suffering from eczema. Eczema is a skin condition characterized by these symptoms along with redness. When scratched the skin may break and develop a rash. Children are more susceptible to this condition as compared to adults. Eczema is typically a recurrent infection. Treating it with conventional medication helps subdue the symptoms but does not reduce the risk of it recurring. In cases like this, Ayurveda is often the most preferred form of treatment.

  • Ayurveda is a holistic form of medication that does not address only the symptoms that can be seen but addresses the root cause of the infection. It has negligible side effects and can be prescribed to children and adults. According to Ayurveda, eczema is also known as Vicharchika. This is caused by an imbalance in the immune system. Thus, in many cases, it may be accompanied by asthma, allergic hay fever etc. An unhealthy lifestyle with excessive late nights, stress, physical, mental and sexual activities can contribute towards this condition. In addition, consuming high amounts of alcohol, coffee, spicy or sour foods and stale foods can be responsible for eczema. All of these factors aggravate the pitta dosha and lead to the collection of ama or toxins under the skin.
  • Thus, to treat eczema, it is essential to pacify the pitta dosha. The first step towards this is to have a healthy diet and lifestyle. Avoid oily and spicy food as well as tea, coffee, aerated drinks, and alcohol. Processed and preserved foods should also be avoided. In addition, try eating your meals on time and avoid late nights. Wear loose, cotton clothes that allow your skin to breathe. When bathing use mild, herbal soaps and a soft towel. Yoga asanas such as Bhujangasan and Pranayam can also help boost your immunity and reduce the ama in your body. This can also help reduce stress.
  • In addition, there are certain ayurvedic home remedies that could be beneficial. Neem leaves are known for their antiseptic properties. Boil 20-30 leaves in 4-5 cups of water and wash the affected area with the cooled decoction. You could also apply a warm paste of 1 teaspoon licorice root powder and sesame oil on the affected part of your skin. This may be removed after 3-4 hours. Above all, avoid scratching the area and keep the skin well moisturized.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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3 Best Ayurvedic Medicines That Keep Your Heart Healthy & Fit!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), MBA (Healthcare)
Ayurveda, Dehradun
3 Best Ayurvedic Medicines That Keep Your Heart Healthy & Fit!

The modern age is full of tensions and stress, expecting peaceful mind and healthy lifestyle is just impossible. To prevent common diseases and living a healthy life requires keen knowledge of the main organ of the body, that is the Heart. The heart is a muscular organ which works like an engine and provides fuel to run human body by pumping blood. Our heart has two chambers which separates the oxygen rich blood from oxygen poor blood and each time you breathe the valves of heart opens and closes. There are many cardiovascular diseases that are caused due to the blood vessel and heart issues like lack of flexibility, blockage, fatty plaques of the arteries or lack of strength of the parties.

The modern medical systems suggest surgical treatment for the cure of the heart problems but on another hand, Ayurveda targets the deep root cause of the disease. The best cure for heart diseases is to adopt a holistic approach named Ayurveda the part of the great Indian heritage. This is not only based upon the ancient principle but many researchers worked and proofed that heart issues are reversible with the help of Ayurvedic treatment.

As Ayurveda believes in the natural ingredients for treatment, many remedies are available in our surrounding. Here are some commonly recommended remedies to prevent and cure heart diseases by Ayurveda.

  1. Triphala: To reduce the blood fat level and high cholesterol Triphala- the mixture of three herbs named Amalaki, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki. This handles the causative issues of blood fat and cholesterol and keeps the heart healthy.
  2. Ashwagandha: This is a wonder herb to reduce tension from mind and body and provide strength to the heart muscles.
  3. Chaywanprash: this is the mixture of various herbs like sugar, honey, ghee, Indian Gooseberry (amla), jam, sesame oil, berries, herbs and various spices. Chaywanprash is an herbal jam which strengthens the heart muscles and boosts up the immune system as well.

These three are the most common and easily available remedies for heart problems. Other than these three garlic, ginger, turmeric, saffron, arjuna, guggul, etc. herbs which are good for heart diseases and provides a complete cure.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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20 Health Benefits Of Til Gud

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath,

1. FULL OF PROTEIN

Sesame seeds are full of high quality protein. Protein makes up 20 percent of the seed with 4.7 grams of protein per ounce.​

2. HELPS PREVENT DIABETES

Sesame seeds contain magnesium and other nutrients. Sesame oil has been shown to prevent diabetes, and it can also improve plasma glucose in hypersensitive diabetics.

3. REDUCES BLOOD PRESSURE

The same study above reveals how sesame oil lowers blood pressure in diabetics. Sesame seeds are full of magnesium—a key nutrient known to help lower blood pressure.

4. LOWERS CHOLESTEROL

Sesame helps lower cholesterol levels because it contains phytosterols that block cholesterol production. Black sesame seeds are especially high in phytosterols.

5. GOOD FOR DIGESTION

The high fiber content of sesame seeds helps the intestines with elimination.

6. FOR HEALTHY SKIN

The high zinc content helps produce collagen, giving skin more elasticity and helping repair damaged body tissues. Regular use of sesame oil can reduce skin cancer. Learn more about Sesame Benefits For Your Skin.

7. BOOSTS HEART HEALTH

Sesame seed oil can help heart health by preventing atherosclerotic lesions with the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound known as sesamol.

8. PREVENTS CANCER

Sesame seeds contain anti-cancer compounds including phytic acid, magnesium and phytosterols. Sesame seeds have the highest phytosterol content of all seeds and nuts.

 

9. HELPS LESSEN ANXIETY

Sesame seeds contain the stress-relieving minerals magnesium and calcium. Sesame also contains the calming vitamins thiamin and tryptophan that help produce serotonin, which reduces pain, assists moods and helps you sleep deeply.

10. ALLEVIATES ANEMIA

Black sesame seeds are particularly rich in iron. They’re highly recommended for those with anemia and weakness.

11. PROTECTS FROM RADIATION DAMAGE TO DNA

Sesamol in sesame seeds and sesame oil has been shown to protect against DNA damage caused by radiation.

12. RELIEVES ARTHRITIS

The high copper content in sesame seeds prevents and relieves arthritis, and strengthens bones, joints and blood vessels.

13. PROTECTS YOUR LIVER FROM ALCOHOL

Sesame helps protect you from alcohol’s impact on your liver, helping you maintain healthy liver function.

14. PREVENTS WRINKLES

Sesame seed oil prevents harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun from damaging your skin, preventing the appearance of wrinkles and pigmentation.

15. ENCOURAGES BONE HEALTH

A handful of sesame seeds contains more calcium than a glass of milk. The high zinc content of sesame seeds also boost bone mineral density.

16. HELP YOUR BABY’S HEALTH

A sesame oil massage improves growth in infants and improves sleep. Rashes on a baby’s skin—especially where the diaper is—can be protected by rubbing sesame oil on the skin. As a bonus, sesame also helps reverse dry skin.

17. GOOD FOR EYE HEALTH

In traditional Chinese medicine, there is a relationship between the liver and eyes. The liver sends blood to the eyes to support functioning. Black sesame seeds are the best for this.

18. GOOD FOR ORAL HEALTH

Oil pulling has been used for oral health for thousands of years in Ayurveda to reduce dental plaque, whiten your teeth and boost overall health.

19. GOOD FOR RESPIRATORY HEALTH

The magnesium in sesame seeds helps prevent respiratory disorders by preventing airway spasm and asthma.

20. HAIR BENEFITS

Sesame seed oil is full of the nutrients needed for a healthy scalp and hair. See how to use sesame oil in your hair here.

Sesame seeds deserve to be highly honored as an affordable food that deeply nourishes the body on many levels.

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Homeopathy And Dandruff

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Homeopathy And Dandruff

HOMOEOPATHY WORKS BEST FOR DANDRUFF 

DANDRUFF [DANDRUFF]


Dry white flakes of skin, on your scalp is known as dandruff.
• It is not a health risk, but is a source of embarrassment.
• Some people have the wrong notion that it is because of bad hygiene or washing the hair often - this is a false belief. It is just that people having dandruff shed more skin then others.
• However some dermatologists suggest that is caused by a yeast fungus that is believed to breed in a combination of sebaceous oil and dead skin cells.
 

CAUSES: • A family history of dandruff.
• Excessive sweating of the scalp.
• Excessive mental and physical stress.
• Use of alkaline soaps.
• Cold dry winter season.
Psoriasis of scalp.
• Seborrhoeic dermatitis.
• Improper carbohydrate and sugar consumption.
• Nutrient deficiencies – B-complex, essential fatty acids, selenium.
 

SIGN AND SYMPTOMS:

• Flakes of skin which may be small and white or large greasy and yellow.
• Itching on scalp, eyebrows, nose or ears.
• It can be worse in winters.
 

DIETARY MANAGEMENT: Avoid:
• Avoid fatty and oily food.
• Avoid dairy products (except yoghurt) – cheese, cottage cheese and seafood.
• Avoid sugar, white flour and chocolate
• Avoid excess alcohol.
• Avoid stress.
• Even though dandruff is dry flaking skin do not normally apply excessive oil as it may provide an environment for yeast to breed.


  DO:

• Add one tea spoon of vinegar to the rinsing water after washing your hair.
• Before washing your hair, apply a mixture of 8 table spoon of pure organic peanut oil and 2 table spoon lemon juice and massage into the scalp. Leave it for 10-15 minutes then shampoo.
• You can replace oil with coconut milk or coconut water; leave it over night and shampoo.
• Wash hair with natural, herbal ingredients rather than chemical – take mixture of amla (Indian goose berri) powder, aritha (sapindus Laurifotius) powder and shikakai (Acacia Concinna) powder, soak it in water over night and wash hair with the mixture.

• Practice yoga, helps in relieving stress and will increase blood circulation.
• Natural live yoghurt is recommended as a natural conditioner.
• Avoid harsh hair dyes and hair creams.
• Softly massage your scalp when you shampoo or oil. This will help blood circulation and prevent skin from drying and cracking.

  CONSUME:

• Drink plenty of water.
• Eat large percentage of your diet as raw fruits and vegetables.
• Consume (3-4) nuts and seeds daily.
• Consume linseed oil – 2 table spoon.
• Consumption of Aloe vera juice is also helpful.
• Consume Kelp and Japanese sea plants frequently as they supply many minerals like iodine which are better for hair growth and healing of the scalp.
• Increase intake of zinc in diet:
– Shellfish, beef and other red meats, eggs and seafood, milk and milk products, nuts, sea plants especially Japanese sea.
• Consume diet rich in antioxidants like Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Vitamin E.
• Increase intake of foods that contain PUFA's (poly unsaturated fatty acids): flax / linseed oil is the richest source of PUFA's. Other oils that contain PUFA's are safflower oil, soybean oil, maize oil, sesame oil, olive oil. As all oils are high in fats, its consumption should be limited. The intake of oils should not exceed 20gms a day.
• Sesame oil and almond oil hinders the absorption of LDL (low-density lipoproteins), so it is advisable to use replace other cooking oils by sesame oil.
• Consume lots of Selenium:
– Fish, shellfish, eggs, red meat, chicken, liver, grains, Brazil nuts, garlic, wheat germ and brewer's yeast.
• Consume lots of Vitamin B complex:
– Liver, kidney, pancreas, yeast (Brewer's yeast), lean meat especially pork, fish, dairy products, poultry, egg, shrimps, crabs and lobsters,.
– Milk and milk products, green leafy vegetables, legumes, nuts, whole grain cereals.
– Carrots, bananas, avocado, raspberries, artichoke, cauliflower, soy flour, barley, cereals, pasta, whole grains, wheat barn like rice and wheat germ, dried beans, peas and soybeans.

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Table of Content

Sesame Oil
Nutritional Value of Sesame Oil
Nutritional facts Per 100 Grams
Health Benefits of Sesame Oil
Helps in treats premature graying of hair
Helps in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Helps in lowering of blood pressure
Helps to Fight Stress and Depression
Oil Pulling for improving oral health
Helps in maintaining good skin health
Helps in detoxification of skin
Acts as a natural anti-inflammatory agent
Helps in preventing diabetes
Helps in natural cure for anemia
Has innate anti-cancerous properties
Helps in improving eye health
Uses of Sesame Oil
Side-Effects & Allergies of Sesame Oil
Cultivation of Sesame Oil