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Homeopathy Is Useful In Treating Dandruff!

Homeopathy Is Useful In Treating 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 the 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 teaspoon of vinegar to the rinsing water after washing your hair.
• Before washing your hair, apply a mixture of 8 tablespoons of pure organic peanut oil and 2 tablespoon 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 overnight and shampoo.
• Wash hair with natural, herbal ingredients rather than chemical – take a 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 a large percentage of your diet as raw fruits and vegetables.
• Consume (3-4) nuts and seeds daily.
• Consume linseed oil – 2 tablespoons.
• 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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Prevention From Genetic Diseases!

Prevention From Genetic Diseases!

HOW  TO PREVENT TRANSMISSION OF  Autism, Thalassemia, Muscular Dystrophy, Dysphasia, CANCER, DOWN SYNDROME  & other GENETIC DISEASES?
Rare diseases are a diverse set of over 7,000 different conditions that afflict an estimated 1 in 20 Indians and 350 million people worldwide, which are incurable with 40% mortality. Put simply, it means that every bus on the road with a full complement of passengers possibly has two people with a rare disease. : In terms of estimates of IORD [Indian Organization For Rare Diseases-with Indo American sponsorship] we have [in India] 10 million children/adults suffering from 700 rare diseases, which are incurable. Muscular Dystrophy, Autism, Thalassemia, Parkinson’s Syndrome, Cancer, Brain & Spinal Cord affected Disorders, Down Syndrome, etc., are some such genetically transmitted incurable diseases. Only 10% of offspring may be affected by predecessor-victims. 
1. ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by inattention and disorganization, with or without hyperactivity-impulsivity, causing impairment of physiological functioning. ADHD persists into adulthood in approximately 20 percent of individuals.
2. Autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) are conditions in which people have difficulty developing normal social relationships, use inappropriate language, and behave in compulsive and ritualistic ways.
3. Intellectual disability (ID) is significantly sub-average normal intellectual functioning present from birth or early infancy, impaired cognitive functioning and deficits in two or more adaptive behaviors. Rett syndrome.
4. Learning disorders involve an inability to retain, or broadly use specific skills or information, resulting from deficiencies in attention, memory, or reasoning which affects academic performance.
5. Rett syndrome is a rare neurodevelopmental disorder that affects a female child who had normal development in the initial 6-month period of her life.

ROOT CAUSE: FIRST & FOREMOST SYMPTOM: DELAYED MILESTONES IN INFANTS & CHILDREN.

Prevention & Remedy

1.PREVENTION: 
A.  No sex with a pregnant mother after formation of the fetus in the 3rd month of pregnancy. Because, in coitus, there shall be severe vibrations in the mother’s uterus affecting the brain and spinal cord of the fetus in the offing. [7]. In the  3rd month of pregnancy, the fetus takes full shape and PRANA is infused by the Gods [BRAHMA, VISHNU & MAHESHWERAHA] through Brahma Randhra-an aperture in the middle of the head. What Indian Mythology says that @ that auspicious time, somebody must read out loudly epics like Ramayana, Bhagawata, Siva/Vishnu Puranas, Bhavadgeeta,etc. so that the 3 Gods shall be pleased to implant the best seed with “no genetically transmitted disorders” into the fetus in the offing. So that genetic diseases can be prevented. Mothers of other religions like Christians/Muslims/Jainism/Buddhism, etc., can seek benefit from Bible, Quoran, preachings of Vardhan Mahaveer, Gautam Buddha, etc., respectively.
B.  The first & foremost symptom is 'delayed mile-stones' in a growing infant/child. 

C. Instant Remedy for Delayed Milestones:
For any INFANT/CHILD/PET* ANIMAL- ACUPRESSURE RENDERS IMMENSE BENEFITS: Acupressure techniques may be applied safely to every human/animal, right from 1-day old infant to a 100 years old man. Acupressure may come to rescue infants/kids + growing children. There are more than 1000 acupressure points [remote control points to regulate the functioning of all internal organs/systems] spread on the human body. Take 1 or 2 tsp of Johnson &Johnson Baby massage oil/olive oil [til oil, mustard/soybean oil in winter], massage the entire body with your thumb & fingers and then give a bath with warm water. Acupressure is more helpful for infants/children suffering from ‘delayed milestones’ & all-around improvements [including constipation issues] can be noted in his/her metabolism. If feasible, any mother can do massage, a lady from barber’s community maybe engaged, since she is, genetically, trained. 
Benefits: All internal & external organs shall be grown up to produce handsome/pretty boys/girls with robust health. In India, women from Barber community are genetically trained to apply professional massages. 

HOMOEOPATHIC THERAPEUTICS

Homeopathy is known to act on patients of different constitution, temperament and diathesis. There are many medicines in homeopathy which produce and hence cure various mental symptoms. Acting on such constitutions and affecting such mental state it can cure many neurodevelopmental disorders when given along with psychosocial therapies.

A. Agaricus Muscaris: These children are late in learning to talk and walk, but it is due to mental defect, a slowly developing mind. Other indications for giving Agaricus being, children with twitching and early fainting or nervous girls prior to puberty who have convulsions from being scolded, or from excitement and shock. Children are slow in learning, make mistakes and cannot remember. They are nervous patients who find out mistakes in writing and spelling after going over their own manuscripts.

B, Baryta Carbonica: These children are late in coming into usefulness, with their studies, to take on their activities and to do their work. They are late in learning to talk, to read, to make the combinations that enter into life; to take in images and form perceptions etc. They have late in learning how to walk, even with good limbs. Baryta carbonica, Borax and Natrum muriaticum, all three have “late learning to walk”  due to a peculiar kind of tardiness in the development of the brain, so that they are late in learning to do things; late in developing. But Baryta carbonica leads them in this late coming into the activities.

C. Calcarea Carbonica: These children have “Late learning to walk,” because the legs are so weak. Actually, it is not late learning to walk, but it is late walking. A child knows how to walk, but it can’t walk due to a defect in bone or weakness. Calcarea carbonica has very weak limbs, flabby muscles and poor bones, and hence he is late in learning to walk.

D. Calcarea Phosphorica: Here the child is losing flesh along with slow learning to do things and walk, or the legs are not strong enough to support the body, or it is due to defective mental development.

E. Medorrhinum: These children are rachitic, stunted in growth, dwarfed and mentally dull and weak. They usually have constitutional effects of maltreated and suppressed gonorrhea.

F. Natrum Muriaticum: These children have “late learning to walk” but this is actually because of brain trouble due to which child is late in learning to do things.

G. Phosphorus:  Phosphorus is suited to feeble constitutions, who have been born sick, grown-up slender and too rapidly. They are emaciated or are rapidly emaciating; especially children who are going into marasmus, and in persons who have a tubercular history.

H. Silicea Terra: These children are slow in learning to walk due to deficient nutrition not because the food is lacking in quality or quantity but from improper assimilation.

CONCLUSION

After using Homoeopathy for various acute and chronic diseases, we should focus on the present scenario of genetic and lifestyle disorders, where other systems of treatment do not have many roles to play. Homeopathy works well both as a therapeutic and constitutional approach. We may select different homeopathic medicine according to the type of developmental delay and cause behind it. Developmental disorders of few medicines and their probable causes have been described below in Table 1.

Table 1.Summary of various developmental disorders in different medicines and their causes

MEDICINES    DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER    CAUSE
1. Agaricus muscarius - Late in learning to talk and walk, Due to mental defect3
2. Baryta carbonica - Late in learning to talk, to read, late in learning how to walk, even with good limbs. Tardiness in the development of the brain
3. Calcarea carbonica - Late learning to walk. Because the legs are so weak
4. Calcarea phosphorica - Slow learning to do things and walk. Legs are not strong enough and defective mental development3.
5. Medorrhinum Rachitic, stunted in growth, dwarfed and mentally dull and weak. Suppressed and maltreated gonorrhea3
6. Natrum muriaticum - Late learning to walk. Because of brain trouble3
7. Phosphorus - Born sick, grown-up slender, grow too rapidly, are emaciated or are rapidly emaciating. Tubercular history3
8. Silicea Terra - Slow in learning to walk. Due to deficient nutrition from improper assimilation
 

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How To Eat A Healthy Heart Diet?

How To Eat A Healthy Heart Diet?

Heart Disease is a condition in which a waxy substance called plaque builds up in the artery walls causing a narrowing of those walls. Once this occurs, there is reduced blood flow to the heart, which eventually can cause blockages and possibly a heart attack. There are many risk factors involved in the development of heart disease, some of which you cannot control. The diet, however, is a risk factor that you can control. Controlling your diet also helps you to control cholesterol levels, weight, and blood pressure, which are also risk factors. Key factors in following a heart healthy diet include: Choosing low-fat or lean proteins, low-fat or fat-free dairy products, plenty of fruits and vegetables, whole grains and high fiber foods, weight control, limiting sodium and being cautious when going out to eat.

Limit fat and cholesterol. Some examples of foods high in fat and cholesterol include butter, lard, hydrogenated margarine, cream sauces, coconut, palm and cottonseed oils, cocoa butter and bacon fat. Excess fat in the diet can contribute to weight gain and elevated cholesterol levels. These are both risk factors for heart disease.

  • Keep saturated fat in your diet less than 7 percent of your daily calories since saturated fats contribute to plaque formation in artery walls
  • Restrict trans fats in your diet since they act similar to saturated fats in your body
  • Dietary cholesterol should be less than 300 milligrams daily
  • If you have elevated LDL or “bad” cholesterol, decrease cholesterol to less than 200 milligrams daily
  • Limit total fat intake to less than 30% of your calories per day
  • Use unsaturated oils to cook with (e.g., olive, peanut, soy, sunflower, canola)
  • Choose oil based salad dressings instead of creamy ones
  • Grill, boil, broil, bake or steam foods instead of frying to decrease total fat intake

 

Choose low-fat proteins.

  • Most saturated fats come from animal sources so it’s important to eat lean cuts of meat, skinless poultry, fish, low fat dairy and egg whites
  • Non-meat low-fat proteins include: dried beans, legumes, soy based products and tofu

 

Choose low-fat or fat-free dairy products.

  • Skim or 1% cow’s milk is recommended
  • Soy or almond milk are both low-fat and nutrient dense
  • Eat low-fat or fat-free cheeses
  • Nonfat or low-fat yogurt is a healthy option
  • Soy-based cheeses


Eat more omega-3 fats. They have been shown to be beneficial for heart health by raising HDL (good) cholesterol.

  • Animal sources include: salmon, tuna, mackerel and sardines
  • Aim for fish twice per week
  • Other sources include: walnuts, canola and soybean oil
  • Fish oil supplements are another source, although they do not contain other nutrients found in the food sources

Eat nuts and seeds 3 days per week. They have been shown to improve blood pressure.

  • 5 to 6 nuts is a serving size for mixed nuts, almonds, cashews and pecan halves
  • Read food labels to determine serving size for other nuts and seeds


Eat more fruits and vegetables daily. They have been shown to improve blood pressure.

  • 5 servings of fruits and vegetables are recommended daily
  • Choose fresh or frozen without added fat or salt; unlike canned produce, frozen fruits and vegetables retain vitamin and mineral content
  • Have 2 tbsp. of dried fruit as a snack instead of candy
  • Cut up fresh pieces of fruits and vegetables to have them ready for regular snacks
  • Try ones you’ve never had before to diversify your diet as well as to ensure that you obtain as many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants as you can
  • Make them the main part of your meal at least once daily

 

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How To Eat Healthy Heart Diet!

How To Eat Healthy Heart Diet!

Limit fat and cholesterol. Some examples of foods high in fat and cholesterol include butter, lard, hydrogenated margarine, cream sauces, coconut, palm and cottonseed oils, cocoa butter and bacon fat. Excess fat in the diet can contribute to weight gain and elevated cholesterol levels. These are both risk factors for heart disease.

  • Keep saturated fat in your diet less than 7 percent of your daily calories since saturated fats contribute to plaque formation in artery walls

  • Restrict trans fats in your diet since they act similar to saturated fats in your body
  • Dietary cholesterol should be less than 300 milligrams daily
  • If you have elevated LDL or “bad” cholesterol, decrease cholesterol to less than 200 milligrams daily
  • Limit total fat intake to less than 30% of your calories per day
  • Use unsaturated oils to cook with (e.g., olive, peanut, soy, sunflower, canola)
  • Choose oil based salad dressings instead of creamy ones
  • Grill, boil, broil, bake or steam foods instead of frying to decrease total fat intake

Choose low-fat proteins.

  • Most saturated fats come from animal sources so it’s important to eat lean cuts of meat, skinless poultry, fish, low-fat dairy and egg whites
  • Non-meat low-fat proteins include: dried beans, legumes, soy-based products and tofu

Choose low-fat or fat-free dairy products.

  • Skim or 1% cow’s milk is recommended
  • Soy or almond milk are both low-fat and nutrient dense
  • Eat low-fat or fat-free cheeses
  • Nonfat or low-fat yogurt is a healthy option
  • Soy-based cheeses

Eat more omega-3 fats. They have been shown to be beneficial for heart health by raising HDL (good) cholesterol.

  • Animal sources include: salmon, tuna, mackerel and sardines
  • Aim for fish twice per week
  • Other sources include: walnuts, canola and soybean oil
  • Fish oil supplements are another source, although they do not contain other nutrients found in the food sources

Eat nuts and seeds 3 days per week. They have been shown to improve blood pressure.

  • 5 to 6 nuts is a serving size for mixed nuts, almondscashews and pecan halves
  • Read food labels to determine serving size for other nuts and seeds

Eat more fruits and vegetables daily. They have been shown to improve blood pressure.

  • 5 servings of fruits and vegetables are recommended daily
  • Choose fresh or frozen without added fat or salt; unlike canned produce, frozen fruits and vegetables retain vitamin and mineral content
  • Have 2 tbsp. of dried fruit as a snack instead of candy
  • Cut up fresh pieces of fruits and vegetables to have them ready for regular snacks
  • Try ones you’ve never had before to diversify your diet as well as to ensure that you obtain as many vitamins, minerals and antioxidants as you can
  • Make them the main part of your meal at least once daily

 

Maintain or lose weight if you need to. Obesity and being overweight is a risk factor for heart disease. Carrying extra weight can also cause too much stress on your heart.

  • Read food labels to determine serving sizes
  • Avoid eating when you are not hungry
  • Use small plates for meals
  • Have pre-portioned meals and snacks available
  • Avoid going back for seconds
  • Practice portion control
  • Limit desserts and sweets
  • Eliminate or limit sweetened drinks like soda since they are low in nutritional value and high in calories

Be careful when eating out. Restaurant foods typically contain higher amounts of fat, calories and salt than the same foods you may prepare at home.

  • Ask for less salt and fat added to foods prepared at the restaurant
  • Follow similar guidelines as you do at home
  • Obtain the restaurant's nutrition information either from the restaurant or online and keep handy for visits
  • Try to choose restaurants that have heart-healthy menu items
  • Have in mind what you will order before arriving
  • Avoid dishes with heavy creams or toppings
  • Choose grilled, steamed or broiled items instead of fried
  • Avoid overeating pre-meal items such as rolls, chips or appetizers
  • Watch out for sauces on sandwiches and in salads, always ask what they are made of

 

 

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Why Nutritious Food Is Important For Sexual Health?

Why Nutritious Food Is Important For Sexual Health?

Physical intimacy between partners is one aspect, which is of utmost importance, therefore we need to focus on things which can boost it. Sexual health is as important as your overall physical and mental health. Just as how your heart health is impacted by what you eat, nutrition also plays an important role in your sexual health. A number of sexual health problems can, in fact, be remedied by simply eating right.

Here are a few types of food that can help enhance your sexual health.

  1. Foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids: Some fats such as Omega 3 Fatty acids are essential for your health. Such foods improve blood circulation and neurological functioning thereby aiding in improving sexual function. Foods rich in Omega 3 Faty acids include soybean oil, tuna or trout fish, walnuts and almonds.
  2. Foods that help you maintain your weight: Your weight plays an important role in self-image and libido. In many cases of obesity, losing weight has a direct impact on increasing libido and sexual functioning. Hence, food that is rich in fibre and low in fat content such as whole grains and leafy vegetables should be a part of your daily diet.
  3. Food that increases fertilityVitamin C is essential for fertility, especially for men. It also helps increase the production of happy hormones and thus elevates moods. Thus increasing your vitamin C intake can help treat fertility problems. Fruits such as grapefruits, oranges and lemons are rich sources of vitamin C. Folic acid also plays an important role in increasing fertility. It improves sperm quality and reduces the pregnancy risks. Some foods that are rich in folic acid are broccoli, peas, lettuce. Beets and all kinds of nuts.
  4. Foods that increase sex drive: Apples are rich in polyphenols and antioxidants that stimulate blood flow to the genital area and aid in arousal. They also contain chemicals that increase lubricant production and hence make intercourse more enjoyable. Similarly, berries like strawberries and cherries and watermelons improve blood circulation and are a rich source of phytochemicals that enhance a person’s sex drive.
  5. Foods that increase sperm production: Zinc is one of the key nutrients involved in sperm production. Low levels of zinc can also affect a woman’s libido. Hence eating foods rich in zinc such as sesame seeds, whole grain bread, green leafy vegetables and brown rice can help boost libido and sperm production. One of the main reasons oysters are considered such a powerful aphrodisiac is because they are considered to be one of the richest sources of zinc.
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How to Build Muscle?

How to Build Muscle?

The best way to build muscle is to work out for 30-60 minutes 3-5 times a week and vary your routine every month so you don't plateau. To build your back muscles, do bent-over rows and pull-ups. To grow your pecs, do push-ups and lift weights on a bench press. Work your shoulders with overhead presses. Target your leg muscles with deadlifts and squats, and build your biceps and triceps with arm curls and dips. Finally, do planks and crunches to build your abdominal muscles. To learn what foods you should eat to build muscle, scroll down!

Increase your caloric consumption. Keep a log of the number of calories you eat, and use the average of those numbers to estimate your daily caloric needs. Then, multiply that number by 1.1. Make sure your calories are coming from a variety of healthy, minimally processed foods to provide quality nutrients for muscle-building. Try to get 30% of your calories from proteins, 50% from carbohydrates, and 20% from fats.

Get enough protein to support muscle growth. Aim for about 0.8 grams to 1 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight (1.6g to 2g per kg). For example, if you weigh 180 lb, take in 144-180 g of protein every day. If you're overweight, use your lean body mass as your bodyweight instead of you're current weight.

  • One ounce (28 grams) of cooked meat contains roughly 7 grams of protein. You could meet a 120-gram daily goal with three 6-oz. steaks, assuming no other protein sources.
  • If you're having difficulty meeting these protein levels, you can always use protein shakes to make up the difference.

Drink enough water. The body needs a sufficient amount of water to build muscle at an optimal rate. Here's a great little formula to help make sure you are getting enough:

  • Imperial units: Bodyweight in lbs X 0.6 = water intake in ounces.
  • The same formula in metric units: Bodyweight in kg x 40 = water intake in milliliters.
  • This includes all water from food and drink, not just glasses of water.
  • If you are over 30, you can lower these numbers to lbs x 0.46 to 0.54, or kg x 30 to 35

Eat regularly. Rather than having two or three large meals during the day—something we've grown up with—change your eating habits so that you are eating five to seven smaller meals during the day.

  • To help keep your protein intake high, one or two of those meals can be a protein shake. Here's one example, though a quick internet search will uncover hundreds of delicious protein shakes:
  • 8 ounces (230 g) skimmed milk
  • 1 banana
  • 1 tablespoon (15 ml) peanut butter
  • 2 scoops of protein powder
  1. Eat healthy fats. That's right—not only does it make food taste good, fat is good for you, as long as you are eating the right kinds and amounts of fat! Saturated fats—the fat you'll find in a stick of butter, a bag of chips, or bacon—should be limited to about 20g or less. That's the bad news. The good news is that unsaturated fats are actually beneficial, even necessary. Fat is necessary for the proper distribution of vitamins A, D, E, and K, helps promote better eyesight, and healthy skin. Fats are also important for the synthesis of hormones, so maintaining an adequate intake of them will speed up muscle-building and recovery.
    • Monounsaturated fats can be found in olive, canola, and sesame oils; avocado; and nuts such as almonds, cashews, peanuts, and pistachios.
    • Polyunsaturated fats are found in corn, cottonseed, and safflower oils; sunflower seeds and oils; flaxseed and flaxseed oil; soybeans and soybean oil.
    • Omega-3 fats, an overall winner of a fat that is very beneficial to heart and blood health, eyesight, and for children, brain development. You'll find this fat in many omega-3-enriched foods. Another great source is fatty cold-water fish such as salmon, tuna, trout, and sardines.
    • A good way to determine how much fat in grams you should be taking in is to multiply your calorie intake by 0.001 for maximum trans-fats; by 0.008 for maximum saturated fats; and by 0.03 for the "good fats". For example, for a 2,500-calorie diet, you would limit trans-fats to 3g or less, saturated fats to 20g or less, and up to 75g of mono- and polyunsaturated fats.

Take your vitamins. In addition to a well-balanced diet, include a multivitamin supplement to your dietary regimen. It will ensure that your body is getting the full amount of vitamins and minerals it needs to stay healthy. There are many options, depending on your age, your sex, and your particular health and diet needs. Find the one that's right for you, and make it part of your daily routine.

 

 

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My age is 19 and I am suffering from pimple and pigmentation how it will be tolerable?

My age is 19 and I am suffering from pimple and pigmentation how it will be tolerable?
Focus on eating lots of leafy green vegetables, berries and clean protein.Increase consumption of wild fish, grass fed meat and cage-free chickens.Healthy fats are essential to good skin health and treating acne breakouts at home, so include foods rich in omega-3s like wild-caught salmol.Add zinc rich foods such as kefir, yogurt, lamb, pumpkin seeds and chicken. Eat more high fibre foods since fiber found in vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds supports cleansing the colon and growth of good bacteria in the gut.Add vitamin A   to your diet, including spinach, carrots and beef liver. Foods to avoid for acne-free skin include  hydrogenated oils, gluten, wheat, sugar and conventional cow’s milk dairy products. Sugar and carbohydrate rich foods – Consuming excess amounts of sugar and grain products can feed yeast and candida in the body increasing acne. Gluten and wheat – These foods cause inflammation of the gut which affects the skin. Chocolate – Is high in compounds that can trigger acne.  Eliminate chocolate completely if possible but if you consume it then make sure it’s pure dark chocolate. Fried and fast foods – These foods contain a number of ingredients that cause inflammation including hydrogenated oils, sodium, chemicals, flavorings and sugar. Hydrogenated oils – Causes oily skin and are one of the main causes of acne.  Hydrogenated oils can be found in foods like pizza and in packaged foods that contain soybean oil, corn oil, canola oil, and vegetable oil.
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I have pimples on my face, I have changed many face wash but no good change occur but my face colour change to dark.

I have pimples on my face, I have changed many face wash but no good change occur but my face colour change to dark.
Focus on eating lots of leafy green vegetables, berries and clean protein.Increase consumption of wild fish, grass fed meat and cage-free chickens.Healthy fats are essential to good skin health and treating acne breakouts at home, so include foods rich in omega-3s like wild-caught salmol.Add zinc rich foods such as kefir, yogurt, lamb, pumpkin seeds and chicken. Eat more high fibre foods since fiber found in vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds supports cleansing the colon and growth of good bacteria in the gut.Add vitamin A   to your diet, including spinach, carrots and beef liver. Foods to avoid for acne-free skin include  hydrogenated oils, gluten, wheat, sugar and conventional cow’s milk dairy products. Sugar and carbohydrate rich foods – Consuming excess amounts of sugar and grain products can feed yeast and candida in the body increasing acne. Gluten and wheat – These foods cause inflammation of the gut which affects the skin. Chocolate – Is high in compounds that can trigger acne.  Eliminate chocolate completely if possible but if you consume it then make sure it’s pure dark chocolate. Fried and fast foods – These foods contain a number of ingredients that cause inflammation including hydrogenated oils, sodium, chemicals, flavorings and sugar. Hydrogenated oils – Causes oily skin and are one of the main causes of acne.  Hydrogenated oils can be found in foods like pizza and in packaged foods that contain soybean oil, corn oil, canola oil, and vegetable oil.
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My question is how to treated on pimple that are harmful on my skin, so how may I can remove it?

My question is how to treated on pimple that are harmful on my skin, so how may I can remove it?
Focus on eating lots of leafy green vegetables, berries and clean protein.Increase consumption of wild fish, grass fed meat and cage-free chickens.Healthy fats are essential to good skin health and treating acne breakouts at home, so include foods rich in omega-3s like wild-caught salmol.Add zinc rich foods such as kefir, yogurt, lamb, pumpkin seeds and chicken. Eat more high fibre foods since fiber found in vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds supports cleansing the colon and growth of good bacteria in the gut.Add vitamin A   to your diet, including spinach, carrots and beef liver. Foods to avoid for acne-free skin include  hydrogenated oils, gluten, wheat, sugar and conventional cow’s milk dairy products. Sugar and carbohydrate rich foods – Consuming excess amounts of sugar and grain products can feed yeast and candida in the body increasing acne. Gluten and wheat – These foods cause inflammation of the gut which affects the skin. Chocolate – Is high in compounds that can trigger acne.  Eliminate chocolate completely if possible but if you consume it then make sure it’s pure dark chocolate. Fried and fast foods – These foods contain a number of ingredients that cause inflammation including hydrogenated oils, sodium, chemicals, flavorings and sugar. Hydrogenated oils – Causes oily skin and are one of the main causes of acne.  Hydrogenated oils can be found in foods like pizza and in packaged foods that contain soybean oil, corn oil, canola oil, and vegetable oil.
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Sir/ mam. I have some pimples on my face. Some r blackheads. And pimples black marks. Also How can I get pimple free and black marks free skin?

Sir/ mam.
I have some pimples on my face. Some r blackheads.
And pimples black marks. Also
How can I get pimple free ...
Focus on eating lots of leafy green vegetables, berries and clean protein.Increase consumption of wild fish, grass fed meat and cage-free chickens.Healthy fats are essential to good skin health and treating acne breakouts at home, so include foods rich in omega-3s like wild-caught salmol.Add zinc rich foods such as kefir, yogurt, lamb, pumpkin seeds and chicken. Eat more high fibre foods since fiber found in vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds supports cleansing the colon and growth of good bacteria in the gut.Add vitamin A   to your diet, including spinach, carrots and beef liver. Foods to avoid for acne-free skin include  hydrogenated oils, gluten, wheat, sugar and conventional cow’s milk dairy products. Sugar and carbohydrate rich foods – Consuming excess amounts of sugar and grain products can feed yeast and candida in the body increasing acne. Gluten and wheat – These foods cause inflammation of the gut which affects the skin. Chocolate – Is high in compounds that can trigger acne.  Eliminate chocolate completely if possible but if you consume it then make sure it’s pure dark chocolate. Fried and fast foods – These foods contain a number of ingredients that cause inflammation including hydrogenated oils, sodium, chemicals, flavorings and sugar. Hydrogenated oils – Causes oily skin and are one of the main causes of acne.  Hydrogenated oils can be found in foods like pizza and in packaged foods that contain soybean oil, corn oil, canola oil, and vegetable oil.
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