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7 Natural Ways to Prevent Hair Loss!1. Hot Oil TreatmentsAny natural oil (e.g., coconut or olive) works for this. Just heat up the oil until it is warm (not hot, despite the name), and massage it gently into the scalp. Put on a shower cap and leave it on for an hour, then shampoo and rinse.2.Natural JuicesMassage ginger or garlic juice onto scalp and leave overnight; rinse in the morning. This treatment promotes follicle health and hair growth.3.Head MassageGive yourself a daily head massage to stimulate blood circulation. You can also use lavender or almond oil to hydrate the scalp and nourish the hair follicles.4.AntioxidantsMake a strong cup of green tea (with two tea bags in a cup) to help relax and at the same time stimulate hair growth. The antioxidants in the green tea - called catechins - will help prevent hair loss and boost its regrowth.5.Reduce StressStress is one of the leading causes of hair loss in both men and women. Try to identify the source of the stress to help counter it, and practice yoga or meditation to relax. Reading, listening to music, and taking a leisurely walk are also good methods to help reduce stress levels.6.Eat Nutrient Rich FoodsHair is made of protein, so adding more protein to your diet makes sense for fortifying hair and promoting growth. Red meat, dairy, and eggs are all protein-rich foods. Other nutrient packed foods that promote hair health are salmon, almonds, blueberries, guava, sweet potatoes, carrots, whole grains, spinach, kale, and broccoli.7.HydrateThis may seem like a no brainer, but considering that the human body is 70% water, it makes sense to keep it properly hydrated for optimum functionality. This includes stimulating hair growth and keeping it healthy and beautiful.Hair loss is unfortunately an inevitable part of life. Factors like stress and hormonal changes during menopause accelerate hair loss. However, there are natural ways to prevent hair loss by strengthening the hair and stimulating hair growth. These include hot oil treatments, reducing stress, and eating nutrient-rich foods. All of these prevention tips are natural, relatively inexpensive, and simple to do at home.Tips from Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Nutritionist and Dietician in Hyderabad
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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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Question: I consume a very low cost diet. The diet is 65% carbs, all from white wheat flour. If I stay physically fit and don't gain any weight, will this increase my risk of diabetes? In other words, the glycemic load is very high for every meal. The daily allowances, carbs-fats-proteins, and omegas are all good.Answer: Diabetes starts with muscular and liver insulin resistance, where evidence overwhelmingly implicates intracellular long-chain saturated fat accumulation and inflammation/innate immune response. Obesity (which increases free fatty acids & inflammation), dietary long chain saturated fatty acids and dietary fructose (from added sugars, which increase small intestinal dysbiosis and induce liver fat synthesis) are all strongly linked, and with plausible mechanisms. Diabetes is rare where traditional diets are consumed in developing nations and was rare in 19th century European/American populations, indicating high starch diets (75%+ carbs), when consumed with few long chain saturated fats or added sugars, and in slender populations, pose little risk. I would expect no acute issues with wheat in non-celiacs, indeed the arabinoxylans are an important prebiotic that feeds beneficial gut microbiota and improves gut barrier function. However, the arabinoxylans are largely in the bran. I would strongly discourage a refined flour diet of leavened bread, and encourage alternate forms, like whole wheat pasta and cracked wheat/bulghur. These are also better forms for those with insulin resistance or diabetes, as pasta & whole grains have much lower glycemic indices.Refined grains (flour) of any type are going to cause issues. Far more than other carbs. Rice is certainly better than wheat flour. So are oats and potatoes. Collectively, they are still a lot of carbs. I get that you want to keep cost down. Fats and protein don't have to be expensive if you shop around. Beans and eggs are generally good options.#diabetesdiet#nutritionanddiabetes#drdeepabestdietician
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Foods to Reduce Acne by Best Dietician in Hyderabad, Dr Deepa Agarwal.Studies so far have focused mostly on the foods that make acne worse. Here are the five that come up most often as culprits in increasing breakouts. Avoid these for about a week, and see if you notice a difference.Cow’s milk: The 2010 study found an association between cow’s milk and acne. Scientists aren’t yet sure why this may be, but there are several theories. Cow’s milk spikes blood sugar, which can increase inflammation (leading to pimples). It also increases insulin levels, which encourage the production of skin oils (sebum). A lot of the commercial milk we buy comes from pregnant cows, and thus contains other hormones that can trigger the production of sebum. Milk also has growth hormones that can encourage the overgrowth of skin cells, potentially blocking pores. In 2005, researchers studied data from the famous Nurses Health Study II, and found that participants who drank more milk as teens had much higher rates of severe acne than those who had little or no milk as teens.Sugar: You may have already suspected that sugar is related to breakouts. Some studies now suggest that there may be a link. This doesn’t mean that if you eat a cookie you’re going to get a pimple. It comes down to how much sugar you’re eating in a day—particularly at any one time. If you consume a soda and a candy bar, for example, you’re likely spiking your blood sugar levels, and you could break out hours later. If you suspect sugar could be a culprit for you, try to cut back even by one sugary drink a day to notice a difference.High-glycemic foods: These are foods that break down quickly in the body, triggering an insulin spike and raising blood sugar levels. They trigger hormonal fluctuations and inflammation—both of which encourage acne. We’re talking foods like white bread, processed breakfast cereals, white rice, pretzels, potato chips, cookies and cakes, etc. Choose low glycemic-index foods instead, like vegetables, whole grains, sweet potatoes, and most fruits.Junk food: For the same reasons stated above (hormonal fluctuations, blood sugar levels), junk foods are on the list to avoid if you’re trying to clear up your skin.Fast food: Greasy fast food creates inflammation in the body. Studies have already linked fast food to conditions like childhood asthma, strictly because of its ability to raise overall inflammation in the body. Inflammation leads to pimples, so if you’re going to a fast-food restaurant, choose the salad or the yogurt.#acnefoods#askdrdeepa#bestdietician
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Weight Loss Tips This Navratri.....It's that time of the year again! Navratri is one of the most important Hindu festivals celebrated twice in a year. People from all over the world celebrate Navratri with enthusiasm. While some take part in the festivities for religious reasons, others look to give their body a much required detox and lose weight. If you plan to fast this Navratri ensure that it is done the healthy way. It can help you detoxify, cleanse your mind and will leave you feeling great!Tips to follow to make fasting healthier -1. Eat small meals and do not starve yourself. This will help maintain blood glucose levels and prevent you from feeling low.2. Keep yourself hydrated. Drink lots of water and fluids like coconut water, lemon water, green tea and buttermilk.3. Combine high carbohydrates like potatoes and sabudana(widely used in fasting) with other fibrous vegetables like spinach, cabbage, tomatoes, capsicum, bottle guard, etc. Also try to bake, roast or grill vegetables instead of deep-frying them.4. Amaranth is the best protein source you can include during fasting. Make amaranth porridge with milk or cook it as namkeen dalia with lots of vegetables.5. Kuttu is a brilliant combination of carbohydrates (70-75%) and protein(20-25%). Use it to make chapatti instead of gorging on puris.6. Samak rice are extremely easy to digest and can be consumed in any kind of quantity.7. Curb those evil sugar cravings by eating a lot of fruits raita, dates, apple kheer, samakrice kheer.8. Try and adopt healthy snacking and don't binge on namkeens packets as they are high in salt and fat content.9. Instead, opt for roasted makhana, mix of nuts (almonds/raisins/walnut)/ baked chips, roasted peanuts, etc.)10. Substitute sugar with jaggery or honey.11. Use skimmed milk instead of full cream milk.#dietplantolooseweight#weightlossdiet#BestdieticianinHyderabad
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Wax Coating on Fruits and VegetablesConventionally grown fruits and vegetables are often waxed to prevent moisture loss, protect them from bruising during shipping, and increase their shelf life. When purchasing non-organic fruits and vegetables, you should ask your grocer about the kind of wax used on their surface even if you are going to peel it; carnauba wax (from the carnauba palm tree), beeswax, and shellac (from the lac beetle) are preferable to petroleum-based waxes, which contain solvent residues or wood rosins. Yet, it is not just the wax itself that may be of concern but the other compounds often added to it - ethyl alcohol or ethanol for consistency, milk casein (a protein linked to milk allergy) as a film former or soap as a flowing agent.Unfortunately, at this point in time, the only way we know of to remove the wax from non-organic produce is to remove the skin, as washing will not remove the wax or any bacteria trapped beneath it. If you choose to do this, use a peeler that takes only a thin layer of skin, as many healthy vitamins and minerals lie right below the skin.Organically grown fruits and vegetables do not contain synthetic (petroleum-based) wax coatings. However, certain waxes are permitted in the handling of certified organic fruits and vegetables including shellac (from the lac beetle) and carnauba wax (from carnauba palm). Of course, not all organic growers wax their fruits and vegetables, but if you are trying to avoid all vegetable and fruit waxes, we recommend that you ask your grocer about the wax status of your produce, even when purchasing organic.Non-organic fruits and vegetables that are commonly waxed include:CucumbersBell peppersEggplantPotatoesApplesLemons and LimesOranges#askdrdeepa#bestdietician#waxonfruits
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Eat Healthy This Monsoon!Eat fruits as they help you restore energy. Apples, mangoes, pomegranates, and pears are best suggestible. Have medium to low salt food and avoid heavy salty food as they are responsible for high blood pressure and water retention.Eating watery foods like lassi, watermelon, rice, muskmelon creates swelling in the body. So, better opt for foods which are drying in nature like corn, gram flour, chick pea etc.Foods such as brown rice, oats, and barley are the best foods one could have in this monsoon.Body’s immunity can be increased by adding a dash of garlic to the soups, sir fries and curries you intake.Opt for yogurt, curd and almonds in your diet instead of milk. Drink only boiled and purified water to protect yourself from harmful germs and drinking plenty of water keeps your body hydrated.Consuming bitter vegetables like bitter gourd, and bitter herbs like neem, turmeric powder and methi seeds help in preventing infections.Consume drying oils like corn oil or light oil and avoid heavy oils like sesame oil, peanut oil and mustard oil as they fall in first place to invite infections.People who face skin allergies during rainy seasons must avoid spicy foods. Spicy foods raise body temperature and stimulate blood circulation and it leads to allergies and skin irritation. Other problems such as boils, change in skin color dullness, rashes, pyodera are also some skin damaging effects which arise in this season.Avoid naturally sour foods like tamarind, tomatoes and lime in your diet as it promotes water retention.Avoid too much of fish and meat this season and heavy curries and non- vegetarians should go for light meat preparations like stew and soups.Astringent, mildly bitter and pungent foods must be best served this season.Drink lots of herbal teas, especially those with antibacterial properties. These include ginger, pepper, honey, mint and basil leaves. Excessive intake of coffee and tea dehydrates body fluids so they must be better avoided.Vegetables like cauliflower, potatoes, cluster beans, ladies finger, kidney beans, pigeon pea, and sprouted grains must be avoided.Eat steamed salads instead of raw vegetables as they contain active bacteria and virus that cause bacterial and viral infections.Have fresh radish juice to fight cold and cough. To reduce mucous formations add pipli and rock salt to warm water. This reduces the natural monsoon ailments.Better eat seasonal fruits as non- seasonal fruits get infested with worms during the monsoons. Pomegranates, lychees, apples, bananas are among the recommended.Avoid eating fried items, pre- cut fruits and juices from road side vendors and stick to high quality and hygiene.People who suffer with arthritis should drink warm water with tulsi and dalchini (cardamom) on an empty stomach in the morning. Doing this improves bowel syndromes and also decreases pains in joints.Always wash vegetables well and keep them clean especially if they are taken raw.#monsoondiet#bestdietcianinhyderabad
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