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Benefits of Taro Root (Arbi) And Its Side Effects

Taro root is an exceptionally healthy food, filled with numerous nutrients like vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and antioxidants. Therefore, it should be consumed in ample quantity regularly to avail the many benefits it possesses. By consuming taro toot you can control high blood sugar, improve digestive system, prevent cancer, delay the aging process, improve the skin, reduce fatigue, improve blood circulation and heart’s health, improve vision, lose weight, and boost immunity.

Benefits of Taro Root (Arbi) And Its Side Effects

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Taro Root (Arbi)
Nutritional Value of Taro Root (Arbi)
Health Benefits of Taro Root (Arbi)
Controls Blood sugar
Improves Digestive Health
Anti-cancer properties
Healthy heart
Boosts immune system
Improves vision
Improves Blood circulation
Excellent skin health
Reduces Fatigue
Weight Loss
The ageing process is delayed
Promotes muscle health
Uses of Taro Root (Arbi)
Side-Effects & Allergies of Taro Root (Arbi)
Origin And Cultivation of Taro Root (Arbi)

Taro Root (Arbi)

Scientifically known as colocasia esculenta, taro root is an edible form of corn and belongs to the family of a plant called Araceae. Corm is an underground, thick stem that is loaded with essential nutrients. Other taro types include Xanthosoma sagittifolium (arrowleaf elephant’s ear), Cyrtosperma merkusii (swamp taro), and Alocasia macrorrhizos (giant taro).

Nutritional Value of Taro Root (Arbi)

Taro plant is a powerhouse of nutrients. Its roots contain vitamins like folate (22 µg per 100 g), Niacin (0.600 mg per 100 g), pantothenic acid (0.303 mg per 100 g), Pyridoxine (0.283 mg per 100 g), Riboflavin (0.025 mg per 100gms), Thiamine (0.095 mg per 100 g), Vitamin A (76 IU per 100 g), Vitamin C (4.5 mg per 100 g), Vitamin E (2.38 mg per 100 g), and Vitamin K (1 µg per 100 g). Additionally, the root has antioxidants like cryptoxanthin and beta-carotene. Other minerals that are present in taro roots are copper (0.172 mg per 100 g), manganese (0.383 mg per 100 g), selenium (0.7µ per 100 g), zinc (0.23 mg per 100 g), and magnesium (33 mg Magnesium), iron (0.55mg per 100gms), and calcium (43 mg per 100 g). The electrolytes present in taro roots are potassium (591 mg per 100 gms) and sodium (11 mg per 100 g). Taro’s tuber contains complex carbohydrates (26.46 g per 100 g). Hence, it is an excellent energy booster. It is also rich in dietary fiber.

Health Benefits of Taro Root (Arbi)

Mentioned below are the best health benefits of Taro Root (Arbi)
Health Benefits of Taro Root (Arbi)

Controls Blood sugar

Taro root is a fiber-rich food. Dietary fiber has the potential to maintain the blood sugar level by controlling the insulin production in the body. Hence, individuals suffering from of type 2 diabetes should regularly consume this vegetable.

Improves Digestive Health

Dietary fiber plays a significant role in the human diet, as it cleans the digestive system. Taro root is an excellent source of dietary fiber, as it adds bulk to the stool. Subsequently, stool can pass quickly through the digestive system. Hence, for a healthy gastrointestinal tract, taro root, should be regularly consumed. . Healthy gut signifies a longer life span, hence, higher the Taro root intake in diet lesser are the chances of indigestion, bloating, cramping, and constipation.

Anti-cancer properties

Diet plays a vital role in preventing and treating a disease like cancer. Chances of cancer significantly get reduced by consuming antioxidants- that shield the cells against damage. Taro root is a rich source of antioxidants like cryptoxanthin and beta-carotene. These antioxidants may neutralize the free radicals present in our body. The free radicals are responsible for progressing cell damage that may lead to rapid cell mutation or cancer. Cryptoxanthin present in taro root reduces the risk of mouth and lung cancer.

Healthy heart

Heart is a vital organ of the body; hence it is essential to keep it healthy, always. However, modern lifestyle and diet has negatively affected the heart’s health. By making amendments to the diet and lifestyle people can significantly improve their heart’s health. For instance, to promote a healthy heart, people must consume good amounts of dietary fiber in their diet. Also, taro root is rich in potassium that helps in controlling the heart pulse rate and relieves stress in the arteries. Also, potassium helps to regulate the blood pressure as it decreases the sodium’s effect on the body.

Boosts immune system

Immune system is responsible for fighting against diseases like common cold and flu. Therefore, it becomes mandatory to keep the immune system healthy. Taro root is an incredible source of Vitamin C - an excellent immunity booster. Regular consumption of Taro root will improve the levels of Vitamin C in the body and strengthen our body’ immunity against illnesses.

Improves vision

Antioxidants like beta-carotene and cryptoxanthin present in taro root strengthens eyesight and promotes general eye health. These antioxidants slow down the ageing of cells present in the eyes that may cause macular degeneration and cataract. For healthy eyes, regularly consuming taro root is wise.

Improves Blood circulation

The powerful combination of iron and copper in taro root does wonders for the blood’s health. Iron helps to prevent anemia, and promotes blood circulation. Further, the root helps to fight the consequences of anemia like fatigue, lack of concentration, and headaches.

Excellent skin health

Vitamins A and E present in the Taro root have a great impact on the skin. These vitamins boost the formation of new and healthy skin cells, and improves the life of degenerating skin cells. By regularly consuming Taro root, you can reduce the appearance of blemishes and wrinkles on the skin. Taro root promotes the skin healing process, and hence this food that does wonders for your skin.

Reduces Fatigue

Research indicates that since taro root contains a low glycemic index, it is beneficial for athletes. This root enables the athletes in keeping the energy level high for a longer time. Taro root also has the right amount of carbohydrate that boosts energy and reduces fatigue.

Weight Loss

Losing weight seems a difficult task due to poor diet and stressful lifestyle, today. Hence for an effective weight loss, people must consume foods that are high in nutritional value but low on calories. One such food is Taro root, as one cup of cooked taro root contains some amazing nutrients, and only 187 calories. Hence, one should consider adding taro root when trying to lose weight.

The ageing process is delayed

Taro root is one food rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants help in slowing down the ageing process of the cells, and helps in rejuvenating the old and damaged cells, which keeps the body youthful for a longer duration. Antioxidants in taro root have certain properties that help in fighting against various diseases and delaying the ageing process. This root is cholesterol-free, low in sodium, gluten free and comprises of protein.

Promotes muscle health

Magnesium and vitamin E are responsible for maintaining the health of the muscles. Taro root is rich in magnesium and vitamin E, and thus should be regularly consumed for healthy muscles.

Uses of Taro Root (Arbi)

Taro’s root and leaves are full with flavor. The taro roots have a nutty flavor, while its leaves taste like a cabbage. Subsequently, they are used for preparing tasty food items like Taro chips, crispy taro pancakes, taro cheesecakes, taro fries, and taro buns. Taro root is a great energy booster; therefore, heated taro root is used in many warm compresses and plasters. Alopecia can be treated by regularly applying the juice of the taro roots at the hair roots.

Side-Effects & Allergies of Taro Root (Arbi)

Taro roots comprise of calcium oxalate in a needle-shaped crystal form. This can produce a burning sensation and irritation when handled with bare hands or consumed in its raw form. Hence, one should wear gloves while cooking it. Taro root consumption may cause the formation of kidney stones and gout, accompanied by some other health issues. Hence, proper boiling of the roots for an extended period is advised.

Origin And Cultivation of Taro Root (Arbi)

Taro roots comprise of calcium oxalate in a needle-shaped crystal form. This can produce a burning sensation and irritation when handled with bare hands or consumed in its raw form. Hence, one should wear gloves while cooking it. Taro root consumption may cause the formation of kidney stones and gout, accompanied by some other health issues. Hence, proper boiling of the roots for an extended period is advised.

Popular Questions & Answers

I have been experiencing loss of stamina from some time now. I get tired sooner then before. My diet is normal. What should I do.

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Masters in Nutritional Therapy, Certified Diabetes Educator
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Hi lybrate-user, I would suggest you to follow a diet rich in proteins (animal proteins like- chicken, eggs, fish etc and plant proteins like- soyabean, paneer, tofu, pulses, milk, soy milk etc) and iron. Do exercise for at least 20 minutes a day and keep yourself hydrated all day and specially during and after exercise. Avoid foods rich in saturated fats like fried and too much of junk foods and also avoid the intake of caffeine. Limit the intake of starchy foods like- rice, potato, arbi etc. Also increase the amount of fruits and fresh fruit juices that will also keep you hydrated and provide you with vitamins. Eat more of healthy greens rather going for unhealthy stuff. Good luck!
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Sir mera kamjori sa Lagta hai Uske liye kya upay hai please bataye aur sar ghumta rehta hai Kabhi Kabhi sir.

B.A.M.S, MD (Ayu.) Kayachikitsa
Ayurveda,
Thanks for contacting with your health concern 1. Undue fatigue/tiredness is not a disease but symptom of an underlying disease thus check your hemoglobin, thyroid profile 2. I.Proteins are essential for antibodies production so milk, egg (white), beans, yogurt, soymilk, pumpkin, squash, watermelon, peanuts, almonds, if non-vegetarian (meat) are choices. Ii.Vitamin A: helps to maintain Thymus gland which is a powerful antiviral gland: thus mango, carrots, can notaloupe ,egg yolk, apricots,pumpkin, papaya, are ideal iii.Vitamin C: is needed for proper functioning of immune system: amla (आमला)is best iv.Vitamin E: is a powerful anti oxidant which helps to stimulate antibody production: peanuts, dried apricots, cooked spinach (शलगम) taro root (अरबी) can be taken v.Vitamin B is important for the activity of phagocytes: eggs, cheese, pistachio, raw garlic, sunflower and sesame oil. 3. Till you get a complete evaluation done, please follow the dietary regimen as follows: Take old brown rice, rice gruel, green gram, turnip, turmeric, white gourd, methi, carrot, banana, garlic, honey, buttermilk, amla, dates, beetroot, mild laxative Avoid: black gram, sour things, sesame seeds, asafoetida, alcohol, fish, excess water, going out during peak hours, daytime sleeping, excess physical/mental exertion, undue anger/grief.
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Sir my age is 20 years recently I got diabetes .which is has 100 in fasting and 150 in after meals .my weight is just 55 kgs .now I want to increase my weight and gain the six pack body. Is it possible for me .what type od foods to taken for that to increase the weight .I am preparing for Govt jobs. So I want control sugar levels and also increase weight .please suggest me a best methods.

Nutrition - Management of Weight & Lifestyle Related Disorders
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
You need to maintain your calories and follow a healthy meal pattern. Have 5 meal pattern and avoid having food which are high in calories like in vegetables avoid potato, sweet potato, arbi and in fruits avoid mango, litchi,banana, grapes,cheeku etc Avoid sugary drinks. You can include proteins in your diet like egg whites, paneer,soya and its products. Do not skip any meal Team Nutrihealth.

My mother is diabetic from april. 2017 her random. Level is 149 another also is not very high its betwwrn 140 to 170 I want yo know which fruits should she eat her weight is 86 age 62 and which veggies some one has told that only apple mosambi orange pomegranate not any other fruit so please guide she has taken tablets one mth but Dr. told not to take no need your level. Is not hight you can see to your food habits some thi gs to avoid and then check after one mth then we will start medicine.

MSc Applied Biology, Diploma in Naturopathy
Ayurveda, Delhi
more important is to control the enzyme which help deposit fat on the body some natural supplement wth HYDROXY CITRIC ACID ....it then will raises insulin level and in turn control sugar ......since only few months , life style changes in diet ,exercise and prevention will help her 100 % good luck
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I am non veg my weight is only 60 kg I want to gain my wait 65 to 70 to improve my personality.

B.Sc.(Hons), P.G.Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Gurgaon
Hello Lybrate user, according to your height you have to gain atleast 6-8 kgs. Include eggs, milk, cheese, smoothies, shakes ,peanut butter in your daily diet. In fruits and veggies include starchy veggies like banana, mangoes, chiku, kiwi, potato, arbi, chicken, fish, nuts, pine apple. Take 3 large meals and 3 small meals in a whole day. Do some weight lifting exercise, less cardio.
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Popular Health Tips

Importance Of Navratri - Ayurvedic View

B.A.M.S, M.D In Ayurvedic Medicine
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Importance Of Navratri - Ayurvedic View

Importance of fasting in navaratri.

  • India is a country with a rich historical and cultural background of festivals and celebration. Like other festivals of india, navaratri also has a significance and meaning attached to it.
  • The nine day sadhana of navaratri is not simply an age-old practice of worshipping the cosmic nature but also the rituals, practices and celebrations associated with it has the disciplines of health wisely interwoven into it.
  • Every year the beginning of spring and the beginning of autumn are two very important junctions of climatic and solar influence as the whole of creation goes through a kind of transformation with each changing season.
  • These are called ritu sandhis meaning seasonal junctions (transition from extreme seasons of summer and winter to more moderate seasons like spring and autumn). Due to the changes in the nature, the bodies and minds of people undergo a considerable change. These two periods or junctions are taken as opportunities for detoxification of body, mind and soul which in turn helps to maintain our physical and mental balance.
  • The beginning of autumn is celebrated as the festival of navaratri, the nine day period which commences on the first day of the bright fortnight of the lunar month of ashwina.
  • " nava-ratri" literally means" nine nights"
  • The navaratri festival is observed by cleansing one's self of all the impurities to experience the divinity within. This observance is called upavaas, which literally means ‘residing close to oneself’.
  • Fasting is one of the techniques which is part of upavaas.
  • Navaratri is the time when people fast for cleansing, detoxifying and getting their bodies rested. Fasts are a means of internal cleansing, physically and spiritually. The basic cause of many diseases is the accumulation of toxic materials in the digestive system. When one fasts, the load on the digestive system reduces and meanwhile the body is able to carry out the cleansing needed in the system. It supports in adapting to the bodily changes during ritu sandhi.
  • Fasting also helps to build up self-control and discipline and bring more awareness control over senses which ultimately elevate the state of consciousness.
  • The world is a manifestation of three gunas (qualities) namely satva, rajas and tamas. These three qualities exist in varying levels within one's mind.
  • -satva is the quality comprising of clarity, purity and peace of mind which makes one dynamic, creative and harmonious.
  • -rajas is activity or movement which in excess results in pleasure seeking activities, anger, arrogance and destructiveness.
  • -tamas is inertia which in excess leads one to dullness lethargy.
  • We contain all of these gunas in varying degrees and they are in constant interplay with each other. Excessive rajas and tamas has a disturbing influence upon the mind and does not allow one to go deep within oneself.
  • So during navaratri, the aim is to reduce these disturbing influences and increase satva, allowing the satvik qualities to prevail leading to the highest condition of the mind.
  • On the first three days of navaratri, tamo guna prevails, then during the next three days, rajo guna prevails and during the last three days, satva guna prevails.
  • Diet  lifestyle has a deep influence on the state of one's mind and can therefore manipulate the levels of satva, rajas and tamas in one’s being.
  • Fasting in a disciplined way brings harmony between satva, rajas and tamas.

How to fast during navaratri:

  • On the first three days, we can follow a fruit fast:
  • Sweet fruits like: apple, banana, chikku, papaya, watermelon, sweet grapes and juices like amla juice, lauki juice and tender coconut water can be had.
  • On the next three days, we can have a one time meal of the traditional navaratri diet, during the rest of the day, we could have fruit juices, buttermilk milk.
  • During the last three days, we could follow a traditional navaratri diet.
  • Caution: the above diet is for a healthy person. If you have any health concerns, you could fast with minor changes in the prescribed diet, with the guidance of your vaidya.
  • Traditional navaratri diet:
  • The diets followed during navaratri are pitta pacifying as during this season there is a possibility of pitta being increased in the body.
  • Grains are avoided for the first few days.

Traditionally prescribed foods are:

  • Kuttu (buckwheat) roti and fasting rice (shamak rice).
  • Dosa from the shamak rice,
  • Dishes made of sago (sabudana), singhara atta (water chestnut flour), rajgira, potatoes, yam (suran), colocacia (arbi) sweet potatoes (shakarkand), kachalu etc.
  • Use ghee, milk and buttermilk. All these are cooling and pacifies pitta (raita of bottle gourd (lauki), raita of pumpkin (kaddu).
  • Drink lot of fluids like tender coconut water, juices, vegetable soups, etc. Besides providing energy, they also maintain the fluid levels and cleanse the toxins in your body.
  • Fruit chat made with papaya, pear (nashpati), apple.
  • Use sandhav namak (rock salt) instead of common salt, for cooking.
  • Avoid fried foods (replace fried potato with boiled potato).
  • Use healthy cooking methods like roasting, boiling, steaming and grilling.
  • Delicacies like sabudan vada, sprouted gram sundals, kuttu pakoda, singhara burfee and kheer can be had from the 8th day onwards.
  • Be strictly vegetarian.
  • Avoid onion and garlic.

Those who cannot go for a fast can do upavaas by abstaining from non-vegetarian food, alcohol, onion, garlic, too spicy food, and replacing common salt with rock salt.

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Know More About Diabetes

Diploma in Diet and Nutrition -, Diploma in Dietitics , Health & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
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Super Foods for Diabetics!

Good evening everyone. I am Divya Gandhi. I am owner and dietician at Diet and Cure. Today, I am going to talk about certain things including Diabetes.

As you know, this is a very common disease which even people and kids are suffering from. So, how to prevent and cure this disease? There are four things which people generally take in a day, first is chapatti, second are vegetables, third are fruits and the last is oil. So, we will start with chapattis, person who is diabetic or is at risk of diabetes, should be taking a chapatti which contains barley, which we call as “jaw” in hindi. Barley and kala chana aata roti, this works in your carbohydrate metabolism and reduces the glucose levels in the blood. Secondly, we talk about vegetables. People come to me and ask me what all vegetables are allowed in diabetes. Apart from starch you can ideally take all the vegetables. Vegetables which are not allowed are potatoes, jackfruit and arbi.

But one thing that matters the most is the method of cooking these vegetables. One should not overcook the vegetables for example you should not pressure cooker the vegetables, the softer the vegetables the more glucose intake it will be in your blood. Third, we talk about fruit, though it depends on the sugar levels which fruits are allowed but there are two fruits which are completely safe that is jamun and guava. These two fruits can be taken in any quantity for a person who is suffering from diabetes. Fourth is fat, fat is generally should be avoided for a person suffering from diabetes however, it should not be completely off from your diet. Oil should not float on the vegetables. It should be what is required for cooking.

Now, we will talk about the herbs which also help to control the sugar levels.

  • Number 1 is karela and jamun powder, both these things if taken together half an hour before your meal can act as a diabetic medicine and will reduce the blood sugar levels.
  • Secondly, fenugreek seeds water which is generally also called methi dana which if we soak it in water for about ¼th teaspoon at night and consume the water along with the seeds next morning can reduce the blood sugar levels.
  • Third, is the barley seeds water, if we soak barley seeds in a bottle of water, about 1 teaspoon of barley in water and consume that water every day it will help in carbohydrate metabolism plus barley seeds are cold in potency, it will give your body a little bit of hydration during this weather.

So, this is all I wanted to tell about diabetes, lastly I would like to thank all of you for contacting me through lybrate.

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Navratri Fasting

B.H.Sc (Food Science & Nutrition), M.H.Sc (Food Science & Nutrition)
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Navratri Fasting

Healthy navratri fasting
With the onset of chaitra navratras, it’s again the time to fast. 

Instead of fasting, most of us end up feasting on high-calorie food. 

Follow this tips to fast in a healthy manner:-
- Eat small meals at regular intervals like fruits, nuts, dry fruits, coconut, makhanna.

- Use spices like cumin, black jeera, turmeric, choti elachi, saboot kali mirchi, khuskhus and water melon seeds. Fresh coriander, mint, green chillies and ginger wil help in keeping stomach well.

- Milk products like milk, yoghurt and paneer will give necessary proteins.

- Flours used are — singhare ka atta, kottu ka atta, rajgiri ka atta, saboodana, arrowroot and samak will provide energy.

- Vegetables like – potatoes, raw papaya, sweet potato, bhopla, arbi, raw banana will benefit.

- Hydrate well with lots of water, coconut water, lemon water, herbal tea.

Most important thing to follow during navratri is the purity of heart and thoughts. Think good! do good! speak good! be calm and peaceful!

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7 Ways To Decrease Uric Acid Level

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
7 Ways To Decrease Uric Acid Level

Increased uric acid level cause many problems in our body. 
 

Causes:
1. Lack of water intake cause accumulation of uric acid in our body.
2. Intake of high protein diet.
3. Because of liver problems.
4. Because of kidney problems.
5. According to ayurveda this a problem of vatrakta.
 

Symptoms:
1. Pain and swelling in toe.
2. Joints pain specially in finger's joints in initial stage.
3. Red patches on skin with itching.
4. Increase pitta in nadi (pulse).
5. Swelling in all joints especially in ankle joint and below knee.

7 ways to reduce uric acid level:
1. Drink plenty of water.
2. Drink soda water daily.
3. Drink coconut water daily.
4. Take chandan ark.
5. Drink khus decoction
6. Drink cold milk
7. Avoid badi vegetables like arbi, kathal, peas, culliflower, urad dal, rice.

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Diabetes Mellitus

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Ghaziabad
Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes is a metabolic disease in which the person has high blood glucose (blood sugar), either because insulin production is inadequate, or because the body's cells do not respond properly to insulin or both. Patients with high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period are considered as diabetics.

Symptoms of Diabetes:

Frequent urination.
Disproportionate thirst.
Intense hunger.
Weight gain.
Unusual weight loss.
Increased fatigue.
Irritability
Blurred vision.
Cuts and bruises don't heal properly or quickly.
More skin and/or yeast infections.
Itchy skin.
Gums are red and/or swollen.
Frequent gum disease/infection.
Sexual dysfunction (men).
Numbness or tingling, especially in your feet and hands.

General Instructions for Diabetics:

Do not skip meals and have small and frequent meals 5-6 small meals to prevent hypoglycemia.
Use whole grain cereals, whole grams, and pulses, whole wheat porridge, whole wheat bread, oats etc to incorporate fiber into your diet.
Supplement wheat with the whole channa and do not sieve flour (wheat and channa 5:1 ratio). Mix rice with whole grams or dals in a ratio of 1:1 to incorporate fiber.
Consume at least 4-5 servings of fresh green vegetables and fruits/day.
Take fruits as a dessert. Use lemon as salad dressing
Use olive / sunflower/ rice bran / soy /mustard oil. Change oils in a couple of months.
Almonds, walnuts, flax seeds and fish are good sources of antioxidants.
Fresh lime (without sugar), coconut water, soups can be taken liberally.
No fasting to be done to avoid hypoglycemia.
The patient should always carry sweet for use in an emergency when the blood glucose levels go down.
Attainment and maintenance of an appropriate body weight is a must.

Avoid:

Whole milk and its products.
Homogenized milk and its products.
Sugar, jams, jellies, honey, sugarcane(gur), chocolate, cakes pastries, etc.
Rooty vegetables like potato, colocasia (arbi), sweet potato (shakerkandi), and beetroot (chukander).
Fruits i.e. mango, banana, chiku, grapes.
Maida preparations like white bread, biscuits, plain boiled rice, sago, noodles, macaroni, etc.
Saturated fats like ghee, butter, coconut oil.
Fried foods like puris, paranthas, pakoras, samosas, kachoris, matris,etc.
Aerated drinks, fruit juices, alcoholic drinks.
Pickles in oil, sauces/ squashes.

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Table of Content

Taro Root (Arbi)
Nutritional Value of Taro Root (Arbi)
Health Benefits of Taro Root (Arbi)
Controls Blood sugar
Improves Digestive Health
Anti-cancer properties
Healthy heart
Boosts immune system
Improves vision
Improves Blood circulation
Excellent skin health
Reduces Fatigue
Weight Loss
The ageing process is delayed
Promotes muscle health
Uses of Taro Root (Arbi)
Side-Effects & Allergies of Taro Root (Arbi)
Origin And Cultivation of Taro Root (Arbi)