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Sugar-free products stop us getting slimmerMany people believe that synthetic sweeteners will help them lose weight. But it turns out that one common substitute for sugar actually blocks the function of an enzyme that is essential for preventing obesity.For some time, nutritionists have suspected that artificial sweetener - often used as a substitute for sugar in coffee or added as an essential ingredient in diet sodas - does not help people lose weight. However, scientists have struggled to understand why this is the case.Now, researchers from the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have found a lead. Richard Hodin's team investigated a sweetener called aspartame. Along with the salt aspartame-acesulfame, it is among the most commonly used sweeteners in the world.Food producers add Aspartame to products that claim to contain "zero-sugar", such as soda drinks, sweets like bubble gum, ready-made dairy products, baked goods and instant coffee.Why does aspartame not aid weight loss? "We found that aspartame blocks a gut enzyme called intestinal alkaline phosphatase (IAP), " explains Professor Hodin, who teaches at Harvard Medical School.IAP is produced in the small intestine. "We previously showed this enzyme can prevent obesity, diabetes and metabolic syndrome [a disease characterized by a combination of obesity, high blood pressure, a metabolic disorder and insulin resistance]. So, the reason that aspartame does not work is because, even as it is substituting for sugar, it blocks the beneficial aspects of IAP."#nutritionanswers#sugarfreedrinks#artificialsweetners#bestdieticiandrdeepa
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What to do in Food Poisoning?In the early stages of all of these health challenges you probably won’t have much of an appetite. This is natural and you should listen to your body. However, it is most essential to avoid dehydration that occurs as a result of vomiting and diarrhea.If you are having trouble keeping anything down it is fine to wait two or three hours and avoid food and drinks altogether. As soon as your stomach settles focus on clear liquids. Young coconut water is the ideal choice in this situation as it is extremely hydrating and so easy to drink.Warm herbal teas are another option. Ginger and peppermint can work to alleviate nausea and chamomile has a soothing effect on the stomach and nerves. You can also add some manuka honey to your tea – but let it cool down a little before doing so.Bananas are the ideal fruit to begin with as they have a soothing effect and can alleviate diarrhea. You might try a simple banana smoothie made with fresh ripe bananas and water (or coconut water). If you feel able to tolerate different fruits you can start with papaya or cooked applesauce.If you don’t feel able to eat fruit or if it aggravates your symptoms then you may do better with bland foods like plain white rice, congee (a thin rice porridge), rice noodles, potatoes, oatmeal, gluten-free toast, pasta or crackers. Most people find these foods help to settle the stomach and restore energy.To ensure a speedy recovery stay away from the following foods and beverages, which either promote dehydration or irritate the gastrointestinal tract.Coffee, tea and other caffeine-containing beveragesAlcoholSugarDairy productsFatty foodsSpicy foodRaw vegetablesAcidic or unripe fruitsDried fruitBeans or lentilsNuts and seedsTips by Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Nutritionist and Dietician in Hyderabad
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Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician in Hyderabad shares some tips to follow in order to cut down calories during Diwali are listed here:AVOID ALCOHOLIC DRINKS: In order to celebrate the festival properly and to avoid unwanted calories, it is advisable to reduce the alcohol intake two to three days before Diwali.FOLLOW A WORK-OUT ROUTINE: Before and after Diwali, make sure that you follow a proper workout regime. This will help you destroy the extra stored fat and will prepare your body to avoid the absorption of fats after consuming sweets.AVOID AERATED DRINKS: If you avoid taking aerated drinks like colas with lunch, you can cut up to 145 calories.AVOID CALORIES AT WORK: Make sure that you restrict your calorie intake at work also. Instead of taking 4-5 cups of tea or coffee, have only 2 cups per day. This will help you keep your weight in check and will cut down around 250 calories.GO FOR LOW-CALORIE SWEETS: Now-a-days various sweets low-calorie sweets are available in the market. You can go for such sweets and keep your calorie intake in control. Sugar free sweets for diabetic people are also available.PLAN YOUR DINNER: If you have already consumed a lot of calories during the day, make sure you cut some amount of calories during dinner. It’s absolutely fine to skip dinner in such a case. You can either have a glass of buttermilk or try some low carb fat-free food.TAKE SMALL PORTIONS: Eating less and small portions of sweets will help you cut down calories to a great extent.WATCH YOUR WATER AND FIBER INTAKE: Consume plenty of water and fiber rich foods such as fruits. Dietary fibers help in cutting down the calorie count.EAT DRY FRUITS AND NUTS: While going out during Diwali, make sure that you carry a handful of dry fruits and nuts with you. So whenever you’ll feel hungry you can munch on these dry fruits. They will keep you away from indulging in high-calorie food.PREPARE YOURSELF IN ADVANCE: The best thing to do is to prepare your body in advance for Diwali. A few days before Diwali you can include some healthy foods in your diet and replace your breakfast and lunch menu with a healthier one.By following these simple tips for Diwali you can eat your favorite sweets and keep up good health both. Don’t gorge onto sweets or oily foods mindlessly. Exercising self control along with these simple tips will help you stay fit during Diwali.
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Caffeine has its perks, but it can pose problems too. How much is too much and do you need to curb your consumption?If you rely on caffeine to wake you up and keep you going, you aren't alone. Caffeine is used by millions of people every day to increase wakefulness, alleviate fatigue, and improve concentration and focus.How much is too much?Up to 400 milligrams (mg) of caffeine a day appears to be safe for most healthy adults. That's roughly the amount of caffeine in four cups of brewed coffee, 10 cans of cola or two "energy shot" drinks.Although caffeine use may be safe for adults, it's not a good idea for children. And adolescents should limit themselves to no more than 100 mg of caffeine a day.Even among adults, heavy caffeine use can cause unpleasant side effects. And caffeine may not be a good choice for people who are highly sensitive to its effects or who take certain medications.Heavy daily caffeine use — more than 500 to 600 mg a day — may cause side effects such as:InsomniaNervousnessRestlessnessIrritabilityStomach upsetFast heartbeatMuscle tremorsSome people are more sensitive to caffeine than are others. If you're susceptible to the effects of caffeine, just small amounts — even one cup of coffee or tea — may prompt unwanted effects, such as restlessness and sleep problems.How you react to caffeine may be determined in part by how much caffeine you're used to drinking. People who don't regularly drink caffeine tend to be more sensitive to its negative effects. Other factors may include body mass, age, medication use and health conditions such as anxiety disorders. Research also suggests that men may be more susceptible to the effects of caffeine than are women.#nutritionanswers#caffineaddiction#askdrdeepa#bestdieticiandrdeepa
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Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician and Nutritionist in Hyderabad says, if you have been worried about your weight during Diwali, then relax. Discover a new healthy, sustainable way of celebrating diwali this year. Here are some healthy eating tips to keep a check on your weight.Mark The Festive Holidays With `Red`• Start thinking about `not eating` well before the start of festive holidays. • Mark them as weight gain days (beside many others stressors like examination, marriage, illness, births and deaths and child births). • As there are many festivities in the Indian culture including ekadashis, amavasyas, special poojas all all the traditional and contemporary festivals, one must mark them red as each will lead to certain wt gain which then will have to be offset with dieting and exercise.Sensible Eating During Festivals• Sharing sweets gives maximum pleasure: Share sweets with everyone, so you don't end up eating too many. • Try and serve healthy options like fresh and dry fruits to people visiting you. • Try and serve smaller portions of sweets.• Dry fruits are a good option, instead of fried foods and other sweets.• Try foods that have lot of water content as they are filling and are low in calories, fats and sugars, such as chestnuts, green chana, germinated seeds, `makhana`. • Coffee and tea, Thandai and natural extracts in beverage form (rose water, kewara water, jaljeera) are other healthy options. • Try and prepare healthy versions of your favourite sweets, with natural ingredients.
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