Processed Food and its Effect on Your Health

Processed Food What is Processed Food? The term ‘processed food’ applies to any food that has been changed from its natural state in some way, either for safety reasons or convenience. Some foods need processing to make them safe, such as milk, which needs to be pasteurized to remove harmful bacteria. Other foods need processing to make them suitable for use, such         Read More …

Simple Everyday Measures for Better Living

Some simple-to-follow tips based on simple facts that can add up to make a big difference in your life. Sugar One spoonful (5mg) contains 20 calories. Check your daily intake of tea/coffee – added sugar is the biggest contributor to calories and weight. Keep diabetes at bay! A gm of sugar gives 4 cals. 3 tsp everyday, for an year         Read More …

Diabetes Type2: Symptom and Causes

Diabetes Type2 – Symptoms – Feeling very thirsty,  very hungry, Urinating frequently, particularly at night, Extreme fatique, Slow rate of healing wounds. Diabetes Type2 – Causes – Family history of diabetes, Being overweight, Stress.

Diabetes Type2: Treatment, Diet and Home Remedies

Diabetes Type2 – Treatment Using Home Remedies, Yoga, And Diet – Foods to be taken: Bitter gourd (karela), Fenugreek (methi), Indian blackberry (jamun), Garlic, Onion, Flaxseed, cinnamon solution, Fibre rich foods like apples, kidney beans, oatmeal, soyabean, etc, help control diabetes. Eat a healthful type of protein such as beans, fish, or skinless chicken, Choose foods with healthful fats such as olive oil, nuts (almonds, walnuts, pecans), and avocados.

Diabetes Type1: Symptom and Causes

Diabetes Type1 – Symptoms – Feeling very thirsty and hungry, Frequent Urination, Drowsiness or lethargy, Losing weight, Numbness of hands or feet. Diabetes Type1 – Causes – Auto immune disorder, Virus or environmental toxin.

Diabetes Type1: Treatment, Diet and Home Remedies

Diabetes Type1 – Treatment Using Home Remedies, Yoga, And Diet – Foods to be takenEAT PLENTY OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES: Starchy carbohydrate foods such as bread, pasta, chapatis, potatoes, yam, noodles, rice and cereals. The best types of fats are monounsaturated (olive, peanut, and canola oils; avocados; and nuts) and omega-3 polyunsaturated (fish, flaxseed oil, and walnuts). Choose chicken, turkey, lean meat and fish as low fat alternatives to fatty meats.