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Control excess abdominal fat for healthy life

  1. Now-a-days, abdominal fat of working man & women is a concern. Stressful life & sedentary lifestyle increasing abdominal fat in most of working man & women. Abdominal fat could be responsible for metabolic syndrome & heart diseases. Which is harmful to the body.Abdominal fat, on the other hand, is hazardous to your health. Numerous studies show a link between a large waist and a higher risk of death. Any kind of meat,egg & milk consumption is responsible for abdominal fat. Poultry consumption could cause waist circumference. Meat could decrease levels of adiponectin,a hormone which may help cellulite. Processed sugary & fatty food could increase abdominal fat. These two food are high calorie & may have additive properties. Even artificial sweetener may increase weight. Boys who eat more meat in childhood may be more likely to develop abdominal fat streaks, putting them a greater risk of heart diseases.Age and genetics may contribute to gaining abdominal fat.

Plant foods(soy & nuts) may have slimming effects &   increase abdominal fat loss from exercise. Some plant foods, such as grapefruit is effective on weight loss. Citrus,Berries,Red onions,Beans,Green tea,Grapes & Cocoa could boost metabolism enough to significantly slim waistline. Nuts may help achieve less fat in abdominal part.Also,It may cause less weight gain & lower risk of obesity  by boosting metabolism. Dried fruits has similar effect. Legumes could reduce abdominal fat, which lowers risk of metabolic syndrome, a type of prediabetes. Losing an extra few pounds of abdominal fat  could be best way to prevent diabetes.

Abdominal Fat Fast Facts

  1. Abdominal fat is the most dangerous fat on your body, linked to diabetes, stroke, heart disease and cancer.
  2. For people over age 50, belly fat is often the easiest fat to lose.
  3. Crunches and sit-ups don’t work.
  4. Diet and exercise together do work.
  5. Danger zone: 35-inch or larger waist for women, 40-inch or larger for men.

 

Healthy tips to avoid disease in monsoon

Home remedies for viral fever & preventive measure for healthy life in monsoon

We love rain during monsoon. We enjoy dancing,tea,coffee & snacks with our friend & family in monsoon.However,viral fever  & other infectious disease is very common in monsoon. It would distract our normal working days .Hence,some preventive measure would  support us to avoid viral fever & infectious diseases in monsoon for healthy life.

 

1.Drink only clean water and use boiled water or water purifiers.
2.Change the hand towels after a day’s use.
3.Cover the mouth and nose with a handkerchief while coughing or sneezing.
4.Use mosquito repellents and nets (dengue transmitting mosquitoes usually bite during day time; either early morning or late evening).
5.Keep the wet and soggy clothes or shoes away from dry garments.
6.Avoid eating out and consume as much fresh food as possible.
7. Drink warm water every two hours and carry home-boiled water while travelling.
8.Avoid visiting crowded places such as theaters or exhibitions.
9.Use hand sanitizers while travelling.
10.Cover the nose while travelling on a bike/while seated next to the window in a bus or train.
 11.Avoid getting wet in the rain

Viral fever Illnesses caused by viruses are among the most frequent causes of fever in adults.It is very common in monsoon.The treatment of viral fever is entirely symptomatic and it usually comes down after four or five days. Here are some home remedies for viral symptoms:
1.Adequate hydration by drinking lot of liquids
2.Antipyretics and analgesics for fever and body pain.
3.Steam inhalation for nasal congestion and sinus pain.
4.Salt water gargle for sore throat.

Caution: Avoid self medication with antibiotics. Though it is highly contagious, the chances of it turning life-threatening are quite rare. If symptoms are severe or long lasting, visit your doctor to rule out any bacterial infection

Enjoy our rainy days with some preventive measures for healthy life 

Healthy foods for high blood pressure

High blood pressure is one of the leading causes of cardiovascular ailments all across the world. Since the symptoms are difficult to detect, it is advisable to get   BP monitored regularly. If there is an upward trend in   blood pressure readings, get in touch with a medical expert and consider altering  diet and lifestyle. Ditch excessive salt and processed food items as well as saturated and trans-fats. Consume more fresh fruits and veggies along with foods rich in potassium, magnesium and calcium. Regular exercising , maintaining a healthy weight and blood glucose levels is of the utmost importance. Let  doctor know in case you have a family history of high blood pressure. Avoid smoking and excessive alcohol consumption, sleep on time and avoid stress.

With one in every three Indians suffering from hypertension  and heart ailments responsible for over 30 percent of deaths in India. Diet is very essential for  blood pressure control in hypertension patients.

Avoid Salt (Sodium):A high-sodium diet increases blood pressure in many people. In fact, the less sodium you eat, the better blood pressure control you might have.

To lower the sodium in the  diet , try these suggestions:

Use a food diary to keep track of the salt in the foods you eat.

Go through the nutritional facts label on every food package.

Select foods that have 5% or less of the “Daily Value” of sodium.

Avoid foods that have 20% or more Daily Value of sodium.

Avoid canned foods, processed foods, lunch meats, and fast foods.

Use salt-free seasonings.

Know What to Eat

Potassium, Magnesium, and fiber, on the other hand, may help control blood pressure. Fruits & Vegetables are high in potassium, magnesium, and fiber, and they’re low in sodium. Stick to whole fruits and veggies. Juice is less helpful, because the fiber is removed. Also, nuts, seeds, legumes, lean meats, and poultry are good sources of magnesium.

To increase the amounts of natural potassium, magnesium, and fiber you take in, select from the following:

Apples

Apricots

Bananas

Beet greens

Broccoli

Carrots

Collards

Green beans

Dates

Grapes

Green peas

Kale

Lima beans

Mangoes

Melons

Oranges

Peaches

Pineapples

Potatoes

Raisins

Spinach

Squash

Strawberries

Sweet potatoes

Tomatoes

Yogurt (fat-free)

 

Antibiotic resistance is a concern in India

 

Antibiotic resistance is  a significant and complex global health problem. Global consumption of antibiotics has increased by nearly 40% in the last decade. Antibiotic resistance, this is the biggest challenge in our fight against infections in IndiA. Easy access, availability and higher consumption of medicines have led to a disproportionately higher incidence of inappropriate use of antibiotics and greater levels of resistance compared to developed countries.

Generally,we visit chemist to purchase medicine for cold & fever treatment.It could lead to anti-biotic resistance.It is a very precious for us.We should use anti-biotic very carefully with doctors advise.



·         Allergies, as most of these combination medicines with hidden classes of drugs are notorious for causing allergies

·         Late diagnosis – If self- medication is the first line of  attack, often by the time the patient reaches the doctor is often late, late diagnosis leads to late treatment, delayed recovery and more medical bills

              
Use the Antibiotics wisely
 

 

Get back into healthy & happy lifestyle

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• Eating breakfast everyday
• Eating more fruit and vegetables
• Having smaller food portions
• Eating more slowly
• Cutting down or avoiding food high in saturated fat and sugar & Quit smoking
• Healthy snacking (like a piece of fruit)
Youths are the going to be backbone for our society.Above mentioned activity are essential for a happy life.

Exeryoga for healthier society

Healthcare is not only a service but a fundamental right of every citizen of the country.The Constitution of India guarantees the ‘Right to Life’ but the citizens and authorities are responsible for upholding these rights. In the present day and age, India’s poor health outcomes are posing as one of the most pressing developmental challenges. India remains a laggard in health outcomes not only by World Health Organisation (WHO) standards but also by the standards of the developing world.

Deaths plague the Indian healthcare ecosystem. Deaths from preventable communicable and non-communicable diseases, poor infant and maternal mortality rates due to malnutrition, anaemia etc. Even though strides have been made as far as economic growth and development is concerned which has improved the poverty situation in India, progress in improving health outcomes have been dismal.

Parents should encourage their children to leave the bed in early morning for exercises & yoga practice.This activity can build a healthier society in India.School & Colleges can add exercise & yoga practice  among youth.