Following are some of the most common causes of flatulence: Wipe-out of good bacteria Excessive flatulence, constipation, diarrhea, and other digestive problems can happen due to lack of good bacteria in the guts. This could be due to years of taking anti biotic, eating excessive amount of sugar and refined flour, eating cakes and pastries, and non-vegetarian food, which could wipe-out colonic flora. Allergy and Intolerance Lactose intolerance and allergic reactions to milk also increase gas output. Foods containing high fructose corn syrup and yeast when poorly tolerated by individuals are fermented by intestinal bacteria and cause a lot of stomach cramps and gas formation. Beans A complex carbohydrate called oligosaccharide present in beans is hard to digest. Generally, beans of smaller size like moong cause less flatulence as compared to larger beans like rajma. Soaking the beans overnight, discarding the soaked water and cooking beans well can reduce the flatulence. Hi-fiber and carbohydrate diet Usually a diet with lots of starchy foods like potato, wheat and pasta can cause flatulence. A sudden switch to high fiber diet, especially when a person is not used to it. Flatulence can cause lot of discomfort and belching. Few vegetables Onions, turnips, cabbage, … Continue reading Common causes of flatulence →
PCOD is a common health problem which causes an imbalance of hormones. Women who suffer from this disorder experience an imbalance in their hormones, unwanted alterations to their menstrual cycle, and pregnancy problems. While many turn to medications to treat PCOD, the best way to treat it is through natural home remedies. So here are 5 simple home remedies to effectively treat PCOD. Cinnamon Powder Add one teaspoon of cinnamon powder to a glass of hot water and stir well. Drink this drink daily. You can also include this spice into your diet by sprinkling cinnamon powder on your cereal, oatmeal, yogurt, smoothies, and other foods. Flaxseeds & Water Mix one or two tablespoons of freshly ground flaxseed powder in a glass of water. Drink it daily. Also include ground flaxseeds into your diet regularly by adding it to soups and salads. Soaked Fenugreek Soak three teaspoons of fenugreek seeds in water for six to eight hours. Take one teaspoon of the soaked seeds along with some honey in the morning on an empty stomach. Also, take one teaspoon of the seeds 10 minutes before lunch and one teaspoon 10 minutes before dinner. Continue this treatment daily. You can also include fenugreek seeds and leaves … Continue reading 5 simple home remedies for PCOD →
Obesity and type 2 diabetes are actually two sides of the same coin. Both are characterized by insulin resistance (ineffective insulin) and hyperinsulinism (excessive insulin). About 85% of type 2 diabetic are obese and most obese people have insulin resistance and hyperinsulinism that leads to diabetes. Obesity is known to play a central role in increasing insulin resistance in the human body. Insulin resistance in the body results in increased production of insulin and consequent hyperinsulinemia. It seems that at some point a loss of control of blood glucose begins to emerge, resulting in dietary glucose intolerance ultimately resulting in type 2 diabetes. Obese individuals may develop different degrees of insulin resistance, but not all individuals develop glucose intolerance. This is where genetics play a role. A family history of diabetes predisposes the individual to develop a greater degree of glucose intolerance in comparison to the counterparts without any family history of diabetes. The association of obesity with the insulin resistance syndrome and cardiovascular risk is not only related to the degree of obesity but also seems to be critically dependent on body fat distribution. Thus, individuals with greater degrees of central adiposity develop this syndrome more frequently than do … Continue reading Obesity and type 2 diabetes →
Every cell in the body requires adequate magnesium to function. Inadequate magnesium will hamper digestion and cause acidity.
Pregnancy is one of the most important phases of every women’s life. You would have taken very good care to ensure that you get the right food with right nutrients while you were pregnant. You would have taken on a lot of baby weight during your pregnancy. After your child’s delivery, it is time for you to regain your old body and lose the excess baby weight that you’ve gained during pregnancy. Although, losing weight after pregnancy isn’t easy, it is crucial to lose those kilos before its too late. Once too much weight is accumulated, the route to weight loss becomes more complex. One of the proven ways of healthy weight loss after pregnancy is to eat a lot of super foods, which are rich in nutrients and minerals. Here is a list of foods to help Weight Loss post pregnancy: Chia seeds Fish Curd Beans Eggs Chicken Apple Cider Vinegar Dried Nuts Fruits Black Pepper Coconut oil Cruciferous vegetables Leafy Greens Lemons Ginger Chia Seeds They have moderate calories and are high in omega 3 fatty acids. Their high fiber diet makes them a great addition to any weight loss diet Fish It is an excellent source … Continue reading Superfoods for weight loss post pregnancy →
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