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Posted by on Nov 25, 2013 in Featured, General, Homeopathy | 0 comments

Biochemic Combination Salts

Biochemic Combination Salts

BIO-COMBINATIONS OR BIO-PLASGENS In human body, there are certain essential salts (inorganic) that are responsible for growth, development and repair of tissue cells. These tissue cells constitute organs. Deficiency of any of these salts can cause disorder and disease in a particular organ. As early as 1873, Dr.W.H.Schuessler, M.D., an eminent German homoeopathic physician, found 12 essential inorganic salts which are present in tissue cells of human body, and discovered that the “presence of these 12 salts in the blood and tissues are sufficient to cure diseases caused by their deficiency.” These essential salts are called bio-chemic salts, and the system of therapy researched and established by Dr.W.H.Schuessler is known as bio-chemic therapy. This therapy is an offshoot of homoeopathy as the twelve salts are potentised and used as homoeopathic drugs. When an imbalance or deficiency of a particular bio-chemic salt is compensated as medicine, it not only alleviates the symptoms and treats the disease caused by the deficiency, but also checks the imbalance of that particular salt. This...

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Posted by on Sep 30, 2013 in Featured, Food & Nutrition, General, Home Remedy, Homeopathy, Lifestyle & Fitness, Yoga, Lifestyle, Diet & Fitness | 2 comments

Latest BMI classification for South Asians: WHO

Latest BMI classification for South Asians: WHO

Body Mass Index (BMI) is a simple index of weight-for-height that is commonly used to classify underweight, overweight and obesity in adults. It is defined as the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in meters (kg/m2). Fit-O-lyzer is first fitness app to provide the details of calories & nutritional data of International food, along with regional raw & cooked food of India. It also uses the latest algorithm for calculating the Ideal body weight, BMI & other calculations for Asian population, based on the recommendations of WHO & Government Health Departments. Table 1: The International Classification of adult underweight, overweight and obesity according to BMI Classification BMI(kg/m2)   International Asian and Pacific populations Underweight <18.50 <18.50 Severe thinness <16.00 <16.00 Moderate thinness 16.00 – 16.99 16.00 – 16.99 Mild thinness 17.00 – 18.49 17.00 – 18.49 Normal range 18.50 – 24.99 18.50 – 22.99 Overweight ≥25.00 ≥23.00 Pre-obese 25.00 – 29.99 23.00 – 27.49      Obese ≥30.00 ≥27.50 Obese class I 30.00 – 34.99 27.50 – 32.49...

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Posted by on Jul 31, 2013 in General, Home Remedy, Homeopathy, Yoga, Lifestyle, Diet & Fitness | 2 comments

Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk

Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk

Alzheimer’s disease involves a progressive deterioration of intellect, memory personality, and self care, leading to severe degeneration of nerve cells. Affected cognitive areas can be memory, attention, language, and problem solving. The 7 Dietary Principles to Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk: 1. Minimize saturated fats and trans fats. 2. Vegetables, legumes (beans, peas, and lentils), fruits, and whole grains should be the primary staples of the diet. 3. One ounce of nuts or seeds (one small handful) daily provides a healthful source of vitamin E. 4. A reliable source of vitamin B12, such as fortified foods or a supplement providing at least 2.4 μg per day for adults) should be part of the daily diet. 5. Choose multivitamins without iron and copper, and consume iron supplements only when directed by your physician. 6. Avoid the use of cookware, antacids, baking powder, or other products that contribute dietary aluminium. 7. Engage in aerobic exercise equivalent to 40 minutes of brisk walking 3 times per week. otherwise… Homeopathic Management: Ignatia – extreme mental...

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Posted by on Jul 11, 2013 in General, Home Remedy, Yoga, Lifestyle, Diet & Fitness | 0 comments

Prevent Breast Cancer, Eat Fish

A recent study published in BMJ (British Medical Journal) says intake of fish and n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (n-3 PUFA) lowers the risk of breast cancer. Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers and the leading cause of death from cancer among women, accounting for 23% of the total cancer cases and 14% of cancer deaths in 2008. For the past few decades, epidemiological studies have suggested that a healthy diet and lifestyle is critical for the prevention of breast cancer, and dietary fat is one of the most intensively studied dietary factors closely related with risk. Spread the message to all females known to you, & save them! To read the full article please click...

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Posted by on Jul 9, 2013 in General, Home Remedy, Yoga, Lifestyle, Diet & Fitness | 1 comment

Diet in high Uric acid

Diet in high Uric acid

Uric acid builds up when the body makes too much of it or fails to excrete it. It is a waste product resulting from the metabolism of food. The level of uric acid in your blood can become elevated if your body produces too much or if it doesn’t efficiently dispose of it. It is very important to keep your diet in check to avoid food that increases the Uric Acid content in the body. Diet Tips for High Uric Acid Patients: Lower fat intake as excess fat reduces normal excretion of uric acid. Liberal fluid intake to keep the urine dilute. Restriction or elimination of alcohol. What to Avoid: Shell fishes, red meat, mince meat, meat extracts, organ meats, fishes (sardine, roe, makeral). Whole pulses (masur, rajmah, chana, chole, etc.). Other dals are allowed. Vegetables and fruits – green peas, spinach, french beans, brinjal,cauliflower, mushroom, chickoo, custard apple. Diet Rules: Use less salt while cooking. Avoid adding salt while cooking rice or in chapatti dough. Use adjuncts like tomato, vinegar, cocum, amchur, lime juice, curd, pepper powder to...

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