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Saturday, 4 April 2015

five food avoid in summer

Coming summer everybody want to cool and make our body fit and protect from illness and other sickness. Many people take unnecessary food which reason for harmful and make their body illness and unfit for working. Most of bacteria occur in summer due to warm temperature and rotten spoil food. So here I tell you which food you take in summer and which food you avoid in summer. Before going to this point I will tell you some tips to take regular in summer.
  •   First take 5 to 8 L water which is beneficially for human body as per WHO
  •     Avoid unwanted food or junk food which harm for our body.
  •     Take regular bath in summer for protecting from bacteria.
  •     Always wear or apply sun lotion cream when you go outside from house
  •    Take a fresh lightly food

 So here are five (5) food which avoid in summer:

1.      Spices food: in summer mostly people want to spices food, which causes for their illness and other problem in body.

2.      Oily food: try to avoid oily food in summer because this make your body sleepy and unfit from work and you always keen to feeling tiredness.

3.      High calorie and protein: mostly people think that protein and calorie is good in summer yes this is good for body but you just maintain yourself try minimum amount of calorie and protein, food which contain large amount of calorie try to avoid them.

4.      Lemon jucie: this is another fact about juice this juice generate a critic acid in our stomach, which causes for dehydration, feeling tiredness and sleepy. So try to avoid this.
5.      Tea and coffee: this is most essential drink for every person in twice a day. This caffeine make our body warm and after drink tea or coffee you are not keen to hungry.

So here are some food which avoid in summer and make your body fit and healthy and fit for long time.

Thursday, 19 February 2015

How to avoid Swine flu home remedies

1. Have five duly washed leaves of Tulsi (known as Basil in English; medicinal name Ocimum sanctum) everyday in the morning. Tulsi has a large number of therapeutic properties. It keeps throat and lungs clear and helps in infections by way of strengthening your immunity. 

2. Giloi (medicinal name Tinospora cordifolia) is a commonly available plant in many areas. Take a one-foot long branch of giloi, add five to six leaves of Tulsi and boil in water for 15-20 minutes or long enough to allow the water to extract its properties. Add black pepper
and sendha (salt used during religious fasts), rock or black salt, or Misri (crystalised sugar like lumps to make it sweet) according to taste. Let it cool a bit and drink this kadha (concoction) while still warm. It will work wonders for your immunity. If giloi plant is not available, get processed giloi powder from Hamdard or others, and concoct a similar drink once a day.

3. A small piece of camphor (kapoor) approximately the size of a tablet should be taken once or twice a month. It can be swallowed with water by adults while children can take it along with mashed potatoes or banana because they will find it difficult to have it without any aides. Please remember camphor is not to be taken everyday, but only once each season, or once a month. 

4. Those who can take garlic, must have two pods of raw garlic first thing in the morning. To be swallowed daily with lukewarm water. Garlic too strengthens immunity like the earlier measures mentioned. 

5. Those not allergic to milk, must take a glass of hot or lukewarm milk every night with a small measure of haldi (turmeric). 

6. Aloe vera (gwarpatha) too is a commonly available plant. Its thick and long, cactus-like leaves have an odourless gel. A teaspoon gel taken with water daily can work wonders for not only your skin and joint pains, but also boost immunity. 

7. Take homeopathic medicines — Pyrogenium 200 and Inflenzium 200 in particular — five tablets three times a day, or two-three drops three times a day. While these are not specifically targeted at H1N1 either, these work well as preventive against common flu virus. 

8. Do Pranayam daily (preferably under guidance if you are already not initiated into it) and go for morning jog/walk regularly to keep your throat and lungs in good condition and body in fine fettle. Even in small measures, it will work wonders for your body's resistance against all such diseases which attack the nose, throat and lungs, besides keeping you fit. 

9. Have citrus fruits, particularly Vitamin C rich Amla (Indian gooseberry) juice. Since fresh Amla is not yet available in the market (not for another three to four months), it is not a bad idea to buy packaged Amla juice which is commonly available nowadays. 

10. Last but not the least, wash your hands frequently every day with soap and warm water for 15-20 seconds; especially before meals, or each time after touching a surface that you suspect could be contaminated with flu virus such as a door handle or a knob/handle, especially if you have returned from a public place or used public transport. Alcohol-based hand cleaners should be kept handy at all times and used until you can get soap and warm water.

Friday, 16 January 2015

Healthy diet and muscle and fitness

Fish oil helps prevent headaches. So does ginger, which reduces inflammation and pain.
Eat lots of yogurt before pollen season.
Prevent buildup of fatty deposits on artery walls with regular doses of tea.
Use honey as a tranquilizer and sedative. 
Eating onions helps ease constriction of bronchial tubes.

Upset stomach
Bananas, Ginger
Bananas will settle an upset stomach. Ginger will cure morning sickness and nausea.
Bladder infections
Cranberry juice
High-acid cranberry juice controls harmful bacteria.
Bone problems
Bone fractures and the manganese in pineapple can prevent osteoporosis.
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)

Women can ward off the effects of PMS with cornflakes, which help reduce depression, anxiety and fatigue.
Memory problems
Ousters help improve your mental functioning by supplying much needed zinc. 
Clear up that stuffy head with garlic.
Red pepper
A substance similar to that found in the cough syrups is found I hot red pepper.
Breast cancer
Wheat, bran, cabbage
Wheat, bran and cabbage help maintain estrogen at healthy levels.
Lung cancer
Orange & green veggies
A good antidote is veta carotene, a form of vitamin A found in dark green and orange vegetables.

Cabbage contains chemicals that help heal both gastric and duodenal ulcers.
Grate an apple with its skin, let it turn brown and eat it to cure this condition.
Clogged arteries
Monounsaturated fat in avocados lowers cholesterol.
High blood pressure
Olive oil, celery
Olive oil has been shown to lower blood pressure. Celery contains a chemical that lowers pressure, too.
Blood sugar imbalance
Broccoli, peanuts
The chromium in broccoli and peanuts helps regulate insulin and blood sugar.