Health Tips

Buttermilk
Buttermilk, in Ayurveda, is called ‘Amrit’ on this Earth. Those who drink buttermilk daily after noon meals, keep their appetite well, and thereby preventing stomach problems. You may add jeera, sendha namak (rock salt), garlic, coriander seeds, for the betterment of appetite and taste. Don’t take curd and buttermilk in the night.
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Meal to Meal Time Gap
Keep sufficient gap between two meals, for it to digest well. Don’t take tea, coffee or any beverages, between two meals, as these disturb the digestion and may lead to elevating the level of acidity which in turn affects the kidney, indigestion, gastric troubles, increase heat in the body and may also lead to piles
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Drink water
Drinking water early in the morning, before or after brushing, is a very good way to start the day. Take about 1.5 liters (those who are advised to consume less water may take even less quantity) or as much as you need. It helps to remove toxins from the body, called ‘Ushah Paan’ (Water Therapy)
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Avoid deep oil fried food
Avoid deep oil-fried, roasted and baked products, not only kidney patients, but it is dangerous to all individuals. Eating such food rarely once in three months or six months won’t affect, but eating such often will surely disturb your digestive, urinary system. This means that the possibility of developing kidney failure symptoms is high.
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Food Habits
While we here in the United States have a pretty wide range of medicinal herbs native to the land, there surely is an even bigger variety of highly useful herbs that we can import from another continent, such as Asia.
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Say NO to Junk Food
Considering just how diverse African continent is and how many climatic zones cover it, there is no doubt that everywhere but in the desert of Sahara there can be thousands of incredible medical herbs found.
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