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I am a 22 year boy, my weight is 54 kg I am trying to increase my weight I can’t able to do I am trying my level best but still there is no results comes.

I am a 22 year boy, my weight is 54 kg I am trying to increase my weight I can’t able to do I am trying my level best...
Weight is a sum total of Bone, Water, Muscle and fat. You need to gain muscle to get healthy.Have a well balanced diet. Eat 6-8 meals a day. Have carbohydrate and protein rich food combinations like Banana or Mango milkshake, Mix nuts and dryfruit chikkis,Soya or paneer veg rolls etc. Include high biological value proteins which are very well absorbed like- Milk,curd,Paneer, Meat,Fish,Eggs etc. Include essential fats like Almonds,walnuts,flaxseeds etc. Eat on waking up and do have a bed time meal like milk and light snack. Do not fast or overeat as this will not help.
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Which One To Choose Paneer Or Tofu For Good Health?

Which One To Choose Paneer Or Tofu For Good Health?

Tofu is produced using soybean drain and appears to be like paneer. Though paneer can be effectively be made at home by souring milk, planning of tofu is not as basic. The complicated procedure of making tofu makes it rich in certain nutrients and protein and successfully helps in warding off illnesses like cancer. Here is how paneer and tofu are different:

  1. Protein content: Paneer is an astonishing source of protein for vegetarians. 100 grams of paneer contains 18 grams of protein, which makes it an astounding source of protein for vegans. It is also perfect for individuals on a weight loss diet or those who want to develop muscles. Tofu then again has just seven grams of protein as it is produced using soy drain.
  2. Fat substance: Although paneer is referred to be a weight reduction agent and it also keeps you full for quite a while, the fat per 100 grams of paneer is 20 grams, which rate higher than tofu as it just contains 2.5 grams of fat for every 100 grams. Tofu makes a great alternative for paneer for someone who is on a weight reduction spree, without compromising on the taste.
  3. Calories: Paneer is high on calories when compared with tofu. A 100 gram serving of paneer has 265 calories, while tofu just has 62 calories. This again shows its potential as a perfect weight reduction food.
  4. Calcium content: Tofu is additionally known to be a rich source of calcium. However, it neglects to beat paneer in this specific situation. A 100 gram serving of paneer has 200 grams of calcium, while tofu contains 130 milligrams of calcium, thereby making paneer more valuable to gain solid bones and teeth.
  5. Press content: Tofu is rich in iron, while paneer has less iron. Iron is basic to keep up the blood hemoglobin levels and tofu can be incorporated into the eating routine by somebody who experiences paleness.

Which is more beneficial?
With regards to the healthful data of both tofu and paneer, it appears that paneer can be substituted with tofu for somebody on a weight reduction routine. Maintaining distance from paneer totally would not be possible due to its other medical advantages like high protein and calcium content. Utilization of paneer with some restraint is better over totally disregarding it. Diabetics could change to tofu from paneer because of the starch content, although consulting a specialist before doing this is important. After comparing tofu and paneer, it is evident that those who do not look forward to losing weight and want to live a vegan life can go ahead and opt for tofu. However, paneer is a much healthier choice.

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Homeopathic Care For Monsoon Ailments!

Homeopathic Care For Monsoon Ailments!

Rains after a scorching summer heat give delight to everyone. It also brings several diseases due to contamination of food and water with bacteria and virus. Humidity, a sudden change in weather, breeding of bacteria, viruses and insects give rise to infections with fever, colds, cough, diarrhea, dysentery, and diseases like typhoid, malaria, dengue, pneumonia and so on. If these are not attended in time, it may lead to severe complications.  If adequate precautions are taken, we can avoid many of the diseases and their complications. The common diseases of monsoon and the precautions that could be taken to reduce the impact on health are as under:

Common coldRunny nose, constant sneezing, headache, and recurrent sore throat are the common symptoms. It affects all age groups.  It is the common diseases in the rainy season; probably that is why it is known as the common cold. It is infectious but not that serious. 

Precautions:   Avoid sharing towels and handkerchiefs. Wash your hands frequently when touching different surfaces used by so many people. Use your hands to cover your mouth when you sneeze, so that you do not spread your cold to others. Avoid exposure to rains for long.  Keep the children away when any of the family members have a common cold. Keep the air-conditioner at normal temperature and avoid ice-creams.

The best homemade remedy is a glass of hot milk turmeric. Gargles with warm water and steam inhalation give relief to your sore throat. If things don’t improve then it is always better to see a doctor.

Common homeopathic remedies are  Aconite, Allium cepa, Belladonna, Bryonia, Dulcamera, Euphrasia, Gelsemium and Rhus tox. Each of these medicines have their own indication and may be  taken in consultation with a Homeopathic doctor

Typhoid: This is a highly infectious disease that spreads during the monsoon. This is caused by contaminated food and water with bacteria. The most common symptom of this disease is prolonged fever, severe pain in abdomen and headache with diarrhea/constipation.

Precautions: Take safe food and safe drinking water to prevent typhoid. Fresh vegetables and fruits should be washed thoroughly with clean water before eating raw. This is a highly communicable disease so the patient should keep good hand hygiene so that it does not spread to the rest of the family. Take vaccination when the disease is prevalent or going to the place where typhoid is epidemic. Take more fluid to prevent dehydration. Since this disease has a tendency of relapsing in two weeks time, the patient should care and the precautions should continue even after apparent recovery.

Common homeopathic remedies are  Baptisia, Acid mur, Arnica, Ars alb and Gelsemium. Please consult a homeopathic doctor before taking any of these medicines.

Malaria: Malaria is one of the most common diseases in monsoons. The disease is spread by Female Anopheles mosquito. Since there is a problem of water logging during the rainy season, mosquitoes get conducive conditions to breed. This is the most dangerous disease in India with the highest number of deaths credited to it. Fever at regular intervals, bouts of shivering, muscle pain and weakness are the symptoms that a patient shows while suffering from Malaria.  

Precautions:  Since this disease is spread by mosquitoes, the mosquito repellents and nets should be used to prevent mosquito bites. Also, make sure that water does not stagnate in your area as mosquitoes breed in stagnant water. Use DDT in the drains near your home. Do not ignore any symptoms of malaria and consult your doctor immediately when there is high fever.

It is always better to take the conventional anti malarial treatment as it is having proven benefits.   Homeopaths often prescribe  Natrum Muriaticum 30c, 1 dose = 2 pills, pill no. 40, one dose every morning, Chininum Sulph 3X, 1 dose = 1-grain powder, one dose twice daily.
 and  Vitex Neg θ, 1 dose = 5 drops in 2 ml water, one dose twice daily. However, this should be done under strict medical supervision.

Dengue: Dengue is another serious disease that is caused due to mosquitoes. The symptoms are sudden onset of fever with chills, intense headache, severe muscle and backbone pain, vomiting, tastelessness, weakness, dry tongue, constipation, reddish eye, puffiness on face and a characteristic skin rash. The fever is raised up to 102 to 105 degree, lasts for 5-7 days after which the recovery is usually complete. Over the years, diseases have become serious and one must really take extra care to stay healthy and safe.  

Precautions: Use proper mosquito repellents and creams to avoid becoming a victim of dengue. Wear full sleeve shirts and full pants with socks. Use bed nets for sleeping infants and young children, old persons during day time to prevent mosquito bite (mosquitoes spreading dengue are day bitters).

The selection of homeopathic remedies depends upon the individual response to infection. In repertory there are several remedies are mention for dengue fever. Eupatorium perfoliatum and Echinacea angustifolia were found most effective remedies for dengue fever.

Cholera: Poor hygiene conditions and contaminated food and water also lead to cholera. Diarrhea and vomiting are common symptoms. Cholera infection is often mild or without symptoms, but can sometimes be severe, with profuse watery diarrhea, vomiting, leg cramps leading to a severe loss of water from the body.

The precautions include plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration. Oral Rehydration Salt (ORS) is used to prevent dehydration. Standard home solutions such as salted rice water, salted yogurt drinks, vegetable and chicken soups with salt can be given. Home solutions such as water in which cereal has been cooked, unsalted soup, green coconut water, , and unsweetened fresh fruit juices. WHO recommends a child with diarrhea should be fed continuously. Continued feeding speeds the recovery of normal intestinal function. In contrast, children whose food is restricted have diarrhea of longer duration and recover intestinal function more slowly.

Common homeopathic remedies are  Veratrum alb, Camphor, cuprum met and  Ars alb. These may be  taken in consultation with a Homeopathic doctor

Hepatitis A and E: The diseases are commonly spread through the fecal-oral route (ingestion of contaminated food and water). It is usually a short-term (acute) infection and its symptoms pass away within three months. A vaccination can protect against hepatitis A. Vaccination is recommended if a person is traveling to countries where the virus is common, such as the Indian subcontinent,

Precautions: Avoid eating food that is uncovered and exposed to flies and drinks safe water.

Homeopathic medicines  Chelidonium 6X, Thuja 30C, Carduus marianus Mother tincture and  Lycopodium 30 are said to be effective in Hepatitis infections. However, the patient should consult a  Homeopathic doctor and take medicine only as per his direction.

Some other diseases that get aggravated during monsoon:

Allergic asthma: This is more severe in its intensity and frequency during the monsoons because of weather changes and the associated dampness in the environment.

Amoebiasis is a very common problem during the monsoons, as the parasite Entamoeba histolytica, which is responsible for it, tends to survive for longer under warm and moist conditions. It enters the body through contaminated food or water and produces diarrhea or dysentery with blood and mucus.

Fungal infections are common during the monsoons because of constant dampness and the possibility of coming in contact with filthy water. The moisture present in the environment helps the fungi to grow and thrive, especially in skin folds such as the groins or between the toe.

Monsoon also brings diseases like Conjunctivitis, tonsillitis, earache, pneumonia, diarrhea, dysentery, vomiting.

Gastro enteritis is a general term that refers to infections (bacterial/viral) of the gastrointestinal tract. It gives rise to several problems such as stomachache, diarrhea and vomiting, causing loss of body fluids that in turn lead to dehydration. Children are usually affected. Unhygienic surroundings, contaminated water and food items, and overcrowding are the known culprits.

Avoid eating at unhygienic places and drink boiled water to keep gastrointestinal infections at bay.

General care and precautions during monsoon -

If you have kids and elderly people at home, they will be really susceptible and are affected by health conditions like allergies, cough, cold, etc.  Even when you are having your diet, it will be really important to be cautious about meal and choose the adequate type of meal that won’t make you sick.

Avoid taking food from outside vendors as that might be infected  by flies and bacteria

  • Always try to take filtered water and warm drinks.
  • Use a powerful insect repellent to hold mosquitoes away and prevent getting bitten. It’s a furthermore good concept to take the anti-malarial drug during this monsoon.?
  • Where likely, try to avoid walking through rainy water. It can lead to numerous fungal diseases of the feet and heels.
  • Keep the items like Umbrella, raincoat, etc when you are going out.
  • Take moderately hot food and drinks in this monsoon.
  • Keep away the children to play in the rain and rainy water.
  • Also avoid walking where water is lying on the street, as traffic will propel by and spray it all over you.
  • Dry your feet when they get wet.
  • Avoid colds and coughs by keeping your body moderately hot and dry.
  • Don’t go in air conditioned rooms with wet hair and damp apparels.
  • If you suffer from asthma or diabetes, avoid residing in any place with wet walls. It encourages the development of fungus and can be especially hurtful.
  • Drink many of heating herbal teas, particularly those with antibacterial properties.

Home Remedies -

  • A glass of warm milk mixed with turmeric is an effective homemade remedy to fight the cold in its initial stage. Mix ½ teaspoon of turmeric in 2 cups of warm milk, strain the mixture and drink the milk in hot.
  • Ginger tea:  Ginger mixed with tea gives instant relief to running nose.
  • Honey in warm water gives relief to cough.
  • Warm water gurgling sooth the throat and give relief to almost all throat infection.
  • Boiled water, more liquids like buttermilk, coconut water, and apple juice may be taken. Paneer, rice and curd may be taken. Avoid oily, spicy and roadside eating.

It always advised availing the best medical help at the earliest, especially when there is fever, long continued diarrhea.

I'm 20 years old. Being a female with less weight im facing problems. I want a diet chart to increase my weight. My weight is 40 kgs.

I'm 20 years old. Being a female with less weight im facing problems. I want a diet chart to increase my weight. My w...
Weight is a sum total of Bone, Water, Muscle and fat. You need to gain muscle to get healthy.Have a well balanced diet. Eat 6-8 meals a day. Have carbohydrate and protein rich food combinations like Banana or Mango milkshake, Mix nuts and dryfruit chikkis,Soya or paneer veg rolls etc. Include high biological value proteins which are very well absorbed like- Milk,curd,Paneer, Meat,Fish,Eggs etc. Include essential fats like Almonds,walnuts,flaxseeds etc. Eat on waking up and do have a bed time meal like milk and light snack. Do not fast or overeat as this will not help.
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I am skinny fat female, I started weight training, I need a diet that will favor both muscle gain as well as fat loss. I don't have much fat but I want to cut belly fat for a bikini body. I lift weights 5 days per week and i'm relying on natural protein food, I am vegetarian. I eat foods like moong fall and other dals, curd, milk, paneer, eggs peanuts etc. Height 5'9 weight 65 kgs. I am confused as to whether I should keep a caloric surplus (for muscle gains) or a caloric deficit (for fat loss). Also, how much protein do I need per day for muscle gain.

I am skinny fat female, I started weight training, I need a diet that will favor both muscle gain as well as fat loss...
There are a few mistakes that you r doing. Weight training-- do it 2-3 times a week with at least 48 hours in between 2 sessions. Other days you can do cardio exercises. You need to take whey protein (by whatever name it comes. But it should contain 80% whey protein in it. E.g. For 30 gms it should have atleast 24 grams (80%) of protein.) use it only on the day you gym (within 10 mins of exercise). Dose is 30gms. Take any seasonal fruit 15-20 mins before exercise. Take banana n whey protein within 10 mins after weight training. For more details you can consult me.
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Sir I want to increase my wait. Because I am very thin. So can you please give me a good diet chart with in a less budget?

Sir I want to increase my wait.
Because I am very thin.
So can you please give me a good diet chart with in a less bu...
Weight is a sum total of Bone, Water, Muscle and fat. You need to gain muscle to get healthy.Have a well balanced diet. Eat 6-8 meals a day. Have carbohydrate and protein rich food combinations like Banana or Mango milkshake, Mix nuts and dryfruit chikkis,Soya or paneer veg rolls etc. Include high biological value proteins which are very well absorbed like- Milk,curd,Paneer, Meat,Fish,Eggs etc. Include essential fats like Almonds,walnuts,flaxseeds etc. Eat on waking up and do have a bed time meal like milk and light snack. Do not fast or overeat as this will not help.
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Mein bohut patli hu moti hi nhi ho rhi or mera filhal ak chota baby h eight months ka would b kamjor h mein pregnancy control k liye overal l le rhi hu or b patli hoti ja rhi hu.

Mein bohut patli hu moti hi nhi ho rhi or mera filhal ak chota baby h eight months ka would b kamjor h mein pregnancy...
Weight is a sum total of Bone, Water, Muscle and fat. You need to gain muscle to get healthy.Have a well balanced diet. Eat 6-8 meals a day. Have carbohydrate and protein rich food combinations like Banana or Mango milkshake, Mix nuts and dryfruit chikkis,Soya or paneer veg rolls etc. Include high biological value proteins which are very well absorbed like- Milk,curd,Paneer, Meat,Fish,Eggs etc. Include essential fats like Almonds,walnuts,flaxseeds etc. Eat on waking up and do have a bed time meal like milk and light snack. Do not fast or overeat as this will not help.
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I am suffering from my thin body my age 22 years old but I couldn't happy because my body growth has been stopped.

I am suffering from my thin body my age 22 years old but I couldn't happy because my body growth has been stopped.
Weight is a sum total of Bone, Water, Muscle and fat. You need to gain muscle to get healthy.Have a well balanced diet. Eat 6-8 meals a day. Have carbohydrate and protein rich food combinations like Banana or Mango milkshake, Mix nuts and dryfruit chikkis,Soya or paneer veg rolls etc. Include high biological value proteins which are very well absorbed like- Milk,curd,Paneer, Meat,Fish,Eggs etc. Include essential fats like Almonds,walnuts,flaxseeds etc. Eat on waking up and do have a bed time meal like milk and light snack. Do not fast or overeat as this will not help.
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I am 22 year old boy. My weight is just 40 kg. Recently I hv been so week becoz of my work and college. I am thinking to join gym for my further fitness. Kindly suggest me the best diet and anything which you think is best for me.

I am 22 year old boy. My weight is just 40 kg. Recently I hv been so week becoz of my work and college. I am thinking...
Weight is a sum total of Bone, Water, Muscle and fat. You need to gain muscle to get healthy.Have a well balanced diet. Eat 6-8 meals a day. Have carbohydrate and protein rich food combinations like Banana or Mango milkshake, Mix nuts and dryfruit chikkis,Soya or paneer veg rolls etc. Include high biological value proteins which are very well absorbed like- Milk,curd,Paneer, Meat,Fish,Eggs etc. Include essential fats like Almonds,walnuts,flaxseeds etc. Eat on waking up and do have a bed time meal like milk and light snack. Do not fast or overeat as this will not help.
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I am 20 years old. But my weight is 37. Its underweight. How can I increase my weight to average weight for this age so quickly.

I am 20 years old. But my weight is 37. Its underweight. How can I increase my weight to average weight for this age ...
Weight is a sum total of Bone, Water, Muscle and fat. You need to gain muscle to get healthy.Have a well balanced diet. Eat 6-8 meals a day. Have carbohydrate and protein rich food combinations like Banana or Mango milkshake, Mix nuts and dryfruit chikkis,Soya or paneer veg rolls etc. Include high biological value proteins which are very well absorbed like- Milk,curd,Paneer, Meat,Fish,Eggs etc. Include essential fats like Almonds,walnuts,flaxseeds etc. Eat on waking up and do have a bed time meal like milk and light snack. Do not fast or overeat as this will not help.
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