December 19, 2017 belezza

Guidelines For Healthy Hair Foods and Vitamins to Consume Every Day Having a healthy diet is a key factor to stopping hair loss and promoting hair growth. Depending on your schedule it may be tough to adhere to some of these standards, but most are easily followed once you make a conscious decision to stick to the plan. Some key dietary points to note: Eat a solid amount of fresh fruits and vegetables every day. Leafy greens (e.g. lettuce) and sweet juicy fruits (e.g. melons) are especially good, and fruits that are ripe are easier to digest.   Be sure to…

December 19, 2017 belezza

Guidelines for fasting Allowed food items: Kuttu ka aata(Buckwheat flour) and banyard millet(Sama chawal)—100 -150 gms/day Sweet potato 2 pieces throughout the day. Paneer(250 gms/day), cow’s milk(2 glasses) and yoghurt(2 cups) is allowed Vegetables allowed: Spinach, bottle gourd(doodhi), tomatoes, cucumber, carrots and raw papaya Makhana, Almond, pistas ,cashew nuts are allowed a handful a day. Fresh fruits allowed(2 bowls per day)   Food items to be avoided: Do not indulge in starchy and deep fried foods. Avoid potatoes, yams (suran), arbi (colocasia), sabu dana (tapioca) and raw bananas. Avoid bananas, chickoos, custard apple, mango and grapes. Do not have fried…

December 19, 2017 belezza

Guidelines for Diwali Sweets are hard to resist and during Diwali, when there is plenty of colourful sweets everywhere, it becomes even harder to resist. Remember the fact that sugar is the reason for obesity and so it is always advisable to keep the intake of sugar and starch minimal.   Specially stay away from sweets that use chemical preservatives, because the intake of such preservatives can cause damage to our kidneys and liver. It can also cause asthma attacks and cancer.   Avoid sweets that have ‘silver’ coating. Such foils are often adulterated by aluminium and aluminium being a hazardous metal can accumulate in our body…

December 19, 2017 belezza

Dietary Guidelines For Type2 Diabetes The Basics of the Type 2 Diabetes Diet To follow a healthy diet, you must first understand how different foods affect your blood sugar. Carbohydrates, which are found in grains, bread, pasta, milk, sweets, fruit, and starchy vegetables, are broken down into glucose in the blood faster than other types of food, which raises blood sugar levels. Protein and fats do not directly impact blood sugar, but both should be consumed in moderation. To hit your blood sugar level target, eat a variety of foods but monitor portions for foods with high carbohydrate content. “Carbohydrate foods…

December 19, 2017 belezza

Dietary Guidelines for Type1 Diabetes • Eat less unhealthy fat. Cut back on the saturated fats you find in high-fat meats like bacon and regular ground beef, as well as full-fat dairy like whole milk and butter. Unhealthy fats raise your chance of heart disease. With diabetes, you face higher-than-average odds of getting heart disease. Make smart food choices to lower that risk. • Get enough fiber. It may help control your blood sugar. You can get fiber from whole grains, beans, and fruits and vegetables. Try to get 25-30 grams a day. Those high-fiber foods are always better choices…

December 19, 2017 belezza

Dietary Guidelines For High Cholesterol Reduce your saturated fat intake to less than 10 percent of the total fat in your diet. Reduce the amount of dietary cholesterol you eat. Reduce your fat intake to less than 30 percent of your total diet. Eat more soluble fiber Maintain your ideal weight Food Groups Meat, Poultry, Fish, Other Protein Choose Avoid Lean Meats: Select meats with minimal marbling.  Trim away excess fat.  Generally, a serving size is about the size of a deck of cards.  Broil or grill to allow excess fat to drip away. Fatty Meats: Corned beef, mutton, ham,…

December 19, 2017 belezza

Dietary Guidelines For Hypothyroidsm Foods to Avoid: Gluten(Can include whole grains. Avoid gluten from refined flours and therefore avoid pasta, bread, white rice, bakery items etc) Sugar Refined carbohydrates and processed foods (anything in a package) soy in all forms. Soy: Studies suggest that phytoestrogens in soybeans and soy-rich foods may inhibit the activity of an enzyme that makes the thyroid hormones. One study found that women who consumed soy supplements were three times more likely to develop hypothyroidism. Millet-it is considered to be the most goitrogenic food– that is, it blocks the production of thyroxine. Fatty beef (the fat…

December 19, 2017 belezza

Dietary Guidelines For PCOS Since the origin of most symptoms associated with PCOS is thought to be related to insulin resistance, nutrition guidelines and lifestyle recommendations are centered on treating insulin resistance and its long term health effects. The following recommendations have proven successful in treatment: Weight Loss: even a 10% reduction in body weight will decrease insulin resistance. Try not to eat less than 1400 kcal/day. Balanced carbohydrate intake throughout the day. Eat three meals with 45 grams/meal and two to three snacks of 15/20 grams each. (1400 kcal = 170 grams carbohydrate). (Individuals who are very active or…

December 18, 2017 belezza

Dietary Guidelines For Hypothyroid And PCOD Foods to Avoid: Gluten(Can include whole grains. Avoid gluten from refined flours and therefore avoid pasta, bread, white rice, bakery items etc) Sugar Refined carbohydrates and processed foods (anything in a package) soy in all forms. Soy: Studies suggest that phytoestrogens in soybeans and soy-rich foods may inhibit the activity of an enzyme that makes the thyroid hormones. One study found that women who consumed soy supplements were three times more likely to develop hypothyroidism. Millet-it is considered to be the most goitrogenic food– that is, it blocks the production of thyroxine. Fatty beef…

December 18, 2017 belezza

Dietary Guidelines For Ulcerative Colitis • Follow a low residue diet to relieve abdominal pain and diarrhea. • Avoid foods that may increase stool output such as fresh fruits and vegetables, prunes and caffeinated beverages. • Decrease concentrated sweets in your diet, such as juices, candy and soda, to help decrease amounts of water pulled into your intestine, which may contribute to watery stools. • Decrease alcohol consumption. • Try incorporating more omega-3 fatty acids in your diet. These fats may have an anti-inflammatory effect. They are found in fish, including salmon, mackerel, herring and sardines. • Patients often find…