As an ayurvedic physician we preferably advice to patient proper diet so in Indian diet oil play important role. Every patient ask only one question? Which oil is good for cooking? So all tragic start from use of oil only…
Cooking oil is the first and most basic ingredient in Indian cooking. No household can go without it even for a single day. The earlier trend was to select one particular cooking oil (type of oil also even brand) that was suitable to your way of cooking or simply continue with the cooking oil that was being used by the elder ladies of the house. And then, stick to it forever.
We hear our Grandmothers say, “Humare ghar mein toh saalo se yeh hi tel use karte hain” This trend was probably because there were not many options out there at that time and even if there were, they were not much explored. But today, there is a plethora of cooking oils available in the market. Thus, it is extremely important to understand the different kinds of oils available and select the best suited for you and your family.
Scientists say that there is no single oil that has the best Anti-oxidant profile to keep your body healthy. This is because every cooking oil has a unique chemical composition. Essential fatty acids (EFA’S) are important fats which cannot be synthesized by the human body and cooking oils contain them. However, different oils contain different EFA’s and the proportion of these essential fatty acids (EFA ratio) present also varies.
How then, do we freeze on the best option to obtain maximum health benefits?
Scientists from NIN (National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad) suggest regular rotation/changing of cooking oil. By doing this you can ensure a favorable combination of fatty acids, Vitamins and Omega-3 and Omega-6 fats.
Omega-3 and Omega-6 are types of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) that work in harmony to exert an anti-inflammatory effect in the body.
Chronic inflammation is the cause of several diseases like atherosclerosis (clogging of arteries), arthritis and cancer. Apart from inflammation, the human body needs Omega-3 and Omega-6 fats for many functions, from building healthy cells to maintaining brain and nerve function. Requirements of Omega-6 fatty acids are easily met with our modern diets due to the prevalent use of PUFA rich vegetable oils. What we need to concentrate upon is Omega-3 fatty acids. Balance of these two is extremely important, failing which pro-inflammatory compounds may get produced in the body. Omega-3 and MUFA (monounsaturated fatty acids) rich cooking oils include olive oil, canola oil, mustard oil, soybean oil.
It is recommended that you use 3 different types of fats in rotation.
To give an example, one can use rice bran oil (Omega-6 source) plus mustard oil (Omega-3 source) along with a saturated fat like ghee in rotation. An alternative and more practical approach is to change your type of cooking oil at least once every 3 months. However, remember, blending of cooking oil is not advisable.
What about Saturated fats?
Interestingly, researchers and health practitioners claim that there is no strong link between dietary saturated fats and Cardiovascular Heart Disease (CVD) or Coronary Heart Disease (CHD). Hence, there is no need to completely avoid saturated fats like ghee, butter, cheese, etc. to prevent heart disease if you are generally healthy. At the end of the day, since they are pure fats, they need to be used sparingly, to the limit of 1 teaspoon a day.
Word of Caution:
Even the healthiest oils contain lot of calories so moderation is the key. General recommendation for edible fats is 2 to 3 teaspoons per person per day. Avoid deep frying of foods and go for methods like stir frying, grilling and baking as these take up lesser amount of oil.
We saw every female patient is suffering from hair fall in day today’s life. They use all shampoos,oils,hair treatments but no permanent relief for that ,so before taking treatment for hair fall one must have to follow some basic lifestyle changes..
Many aspects of our lifestyle—from what we eat to how we handle our hair and skin can affect our hair. While losing a few hair strands is considered normal, it’s when you start shedding clumps of hair that raises a lot of red flags.
If you are wondering what you are doing wrong, these are some common mistakes that are leading to hair thinning and breakage.
Common causes hair fall :
1.Use of bore well water for hair wash :
Bore well water contents more TDS which direct harm our scalp so regular use will harm hair follicles .so use normal TDS water for hair wash.
2.Taking hot showers :
As much as you love hot showers, you should know that it dehydrates strands (just like skin), and strips the scalp of its natural oils, leading to dry, brittle hair that’s more prone to breakage. Instead opt for lukewarm water and try to rinse hair with the normal temperature water.
3.Combing wet hair :
Our strands are more fragile and prone to breakage when wet. Hence it’s important to use a wide toothed comb or let them air-dry first before any form of styling.
4.Wearing tight hairstyles :
Pulling your hair too tight from the roots causes damage and hence, should be avoided. It is also best to not use very tight hair ties while sleeping at night
5.Use of too many products :
There is no single hair products available in the market, which promises gorgeous hair. However, using too many of these chemical products could prove harmful in the long run. It’s best to give them a break and try natural home-made recipes instead.
6.Not washing hair often :
Skipping regular washes could lead to excessive product buildup on the scalp that can clog hair follicles. It’s essential to wash your hair every two days especially if you are sweating or using a lot of products.
7.Skipping of meals :
Starving yourself or crash dieting can cause malnutrition which could have an adverse effect on your hair. Include plenty of nutrition in your diet to curb hair loss.
8 Avoid fast food , Junk food ,to Salty food :
According to ayurveda excessive use of salt in diet is harmful for scalp and hair follicles so one must avoid that strictly.
Healthy metabolism helps to maintain your hormones which nourishes your hairs naturally.
So we must have to boost our metabolism for healthy hairs.
Kindly contact for details on hair fall
Dr. Swati Phalle BHMS PGDEMS
Lifestyle and skin care clinic ,kharadi
Don’t live with your fatty liver ….Treat it !
Now a days number of fatty liver patients in our opd are increasing day by day. According to medical science Some fat in your liver is normal thing. But if it makes up more than 5%-10% of the organ’s weight, you may have fatty liver disease.
Its alarming sign to your body.
Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease affects about 25 % of people in the world.
There are two main types of fatty liver disease:
You can also get fatty liver disease during pregnancy.
Alcoholic Liver Disease (ALD) :
You can get alcoholic liver disease from drinking lots of alcohol. It can even show up after a short period of heavy drinking.
Other things that may affect your chance of getting ALD are:
Hepatitis C (which can lead to inflammation in your liver)
Too much iron in your body
Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) :
It’s also more likely to happen to those who are middle-aged and overweight or obese. People like that often have high cholesterol and diabetes as well.
Other causes are:
Autoimmune or inherited liver disease
Fast weight loss
Some studies show that too much bacteria in your small intestine and other changes in the intestine may be linked to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Ayurvedic remedy for fatty liver :
We correlate that Meda or fat is a Kapha element (rich in kapha). Therefore the same causes which bring about a pathological increase in Kapha also will increase Meda in the body.
In Medo rog excessive consumption of kapha increasing foods and activities which tend to increase fat in the body and also reduce the capacity of the liver to process and digest Fat.
Other avoidable foods in fatty liver : (avoid excessive usage)
How to treat Excess Meda and Medo Roga (Sthoulya) in FLD :
The treatment principles and medicines explained in the treatment of MedoRoga should be tried in Fatty liver disease. They are highly effective. The below mentioned are the treatment and medicines of MedoRoga:
Preferred treatments in Medo Roga:
Good foods in Medo Roga:
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Hyperparathyroidism is nothing but excess production of parathyroid hormone in the bloodstream due to over activity of one or more of the body’s four parathyroid glands. These glands are about the size of a grain of rice and are located in your neck .
The parathyroid glands produce parathyroid hormone, which helps to maintain an appropriate balance of calcium in the bloodstream and in tissues .
Two types of hyperparathyroidism exist.
Primary hyperparathyroidism :
An enlargement of one or more of the parathyroid glands causes overproduction of the hormone, resulting in high levels of calcium in the blood (hypocalcaemia), which can cause a variety of health problems.
Secondary hyperparathyroidism :
Occurs as a result of another disease that initially causes low levels of calcium in the body and over time, increased parathyroid hormone levels occur.
Hyperparathyroidism is often diagnosed before signs or symptoms of the disorder are apparent. When symptoms do occur, they’re the result of damage or dysfunction in other organs or tissues due to high calcium levels circulating in the blood and urine or too little calcium in bones.
Symptoms may be so mild and nonspecific that they don’t seem at all related to parathyroid function, or they may be severe. The range of signs and symptoms include:
Risk factors :
You may be at an increased risk of primary hyperparathyroidism if you:
Healthy tips for your Hyperparathyroidism :
Monitor how much calcium and vitamin D you get in your diet.Restricting dietary calcium intake is not advised for people with hyperparathyroidism.
When to visit a doctor :
Visit your doctor if you have any signs or symptoms of hyperparathyroidism. These symptoms could be caused by any number of disorders, including some with serious complications. It’s important to get a prompt, accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
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Nowadays we saw many patients with disturbed metabolism in our day today’s practice but they don’t know how to maintain healthy metabolism so today we will learn what is metabolism and how to maintain that with easy ayurvedic practices.
Metabolism is nothing but a chemical process by which the body converts the food you eat and drink into energy. The body needs this energy to function and allow you to go about your day-to-day routine activities.
It is also needed that when the body is at rest, to perform tasks like breathing, circulating blood throughout the body and repairing body cells.
Your metabolism is determined by several factors, such as genes, sex, age, hormone levels, body size and composition, and activity level. A slow or low metabolism can have a huge impact on your energy level, body weight and overall health.
Some causes of low metabolism are
2.Poor eating pattern,
3.An unhealthy or low-calorie diet,
4.Lack of physical activity and exercise.
6.Drinking too many high-sugar drinks,
7.Poor or inadequate sleep,
8.Too much stress and accumulation of toxins in the body. 9.Other key factors responsible for slow metabolism are conditions like diabetes and hypothyroidism.
Some of the most common symptoms of slow metabolism are as below
Men usually have a higher metabolism rate than women.
If your metabolism rate is low, you can make some small lifestyle and dietary changes to increase it.
Healthy Tips to Boost your Metabolism :
1.Never skip meal and breakfast
2.Avoid sleeping late habit.
3.Avoid high suger consumption
4.start day with early wakeup.
5.Eat light whle the sun shine.
6.Get include ginger, curryleaves in your meal.
7.Intense workout strictly for min.45 min
8.Shodhan detox yearly to remove all excessive doshaj.
This information for knowlwdge only physician opinion required for critical disorders.
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Ligament sprain happens when a ligament is stretched or torn. Ligaments are tough tissues that connect bones. They are fibrous, strong wire like bands that grips the joint bones together.
Ligaments support the joints and keep the bones in place. They allow the body to lift, lower, or rotate the arms and legs. A ligament sprain may involve one or more ligaments.
A sprain is caused by a direct injury or sudden twisting of the joint. This may occur while playing sports, or maybe due to a fall or accident. Below are some factors that may increase the risk of a ligament sprain;
Symptoms of a severe and sudden (acute) anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury include:
After an acute injury, you will almost always have to stop the activity you are doing, but you may be able to walk.
Ayurveda concept behind ligament injury :
The treatment modalities includes panchakarma, external therapies, internal medications, Activities, Advice of food and life style changes.
Panchakarma – Nasya, Virechana, Basti – Depending on the site of injury
Externally – Abhyanga, Patra pottali swedan, Shastik shali pind swedan, Kashaya Seka,Jaloukavacharan (leech therapy )
Sthanika Basti, Dhara, Pichu, Lepa
Internally – Vedhanashaapana (Vata and Pitta balancing),Aampachanam
Food Lifestyle changes:
Its specific to the individual’s constitution, nature of work and geographical conditions.
Even after getting enough rest and a comfortable working life routine I constantly looking for caffeine to perk me up. I feel fogginess in head all the time…young IT professional from kharadi came in our clinic.
Maybe its high time that its right time to evaluate your diet and your exercise. Its difficult to understand in daily routine what is making you feel tired all the time.
If this has been persisting for some time may be you need to get yourself tested for “Thyroid problems” and more, even vitamin D deficiency or the medications you’ve taken could be making you tired.
The good news is that all these conditions can be managed and even reversed by eating healthy and exercising. Here are some easy tips to help you manage your health better –
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Doctor, I Have a Hormonal Problem …please help me
Nowadays we saw many female patients who always blame on hormonal disturbance came routinely in our clinic.
We saw every next female patient suffer from obesity, irregular menses, hair fall,mood swing, hairs over unwanted areas, anxiety, skin dryness, unexplained swelling or any picture slightly differing from routine clinical scene is now a days are labeled as a hormonal problem by patients as well as general physicians . Trivial illnesses sometimes needs a thoughtful evaluation, we need to unravel the mystery of a diagnosis before sending or referring to other speciality.
Hormonal illnesses are a little bit difficult to treat in day todays practice to everyone and most of the times difficult to counsel our patients. There are instances where a patient is being referred to a doctor for an illness which is hormonal but the treating physician is not aware of it and mostly vice versa.
why ayurvedic approach needed for endocrinology ?
Endocrinologists see cases of diabetes, thyroid, obesity, PCOS, pituitary, adrenal, gonads, bone illnesses relating to metabolism like osteoporosis, osteomalacia, rare types of rickets, endocrine causes of hypertension, disease relating to calcium i.e. parathyroid problems. The spectrum of cases are wide and mostly treatable. Proper selection and reference to a trained doctor brings very satisfying results. On the contrary unnecessary labelling of a case as hormonal problem leads to a series of unwanted costlier tests.finally patient blame on physician and left hope of recovery..
when patient came to ayurveda with bundles of investigations and doctors files we counsel them by our ayurveda agni (means metabolism )concept.here you want ayurveda approch to get complete recovery from hormonal disorders.
what ayurveda says about endocrinology ?
Ayurveda’s ‘Agni’ (metabolism) concept applies a natural and holistic approach that significantly help prevent and reduce hormonal challenges.
Its foundation is a ‘tri-dosha’ theory which views the individual’s constitution as a mixture of ‘Vata,’ ‘Pitta,’ and ‘Kapha,’ which are three distinct combinations of the universal five elements of wind, space, fire, water and earth.
A person’s unique combination of these elements and the effects of past lifestyle and dietary choices are considered when developing a personalized care program. However, since Ayurveda is a science of body, mind and consciousness, it is not enough to merely focus on just physical symptoms and imbalances; the client’s mind and consciousness also play a major role, especially in endocrinology. Therefore, Ayurvedic perspective is to explore and offer support for the healing of ‘stuck emotions,’ which directly and deeply impact the client’s overall health. In this way, Ayurveda goes well beyond the physical level when addressing hormonal imbalances
Dr.Shailesh Shamkant Phalle MD (Ayurveda Medicine )
“Whenever I prefer to walk on bare foot my legs always feel cold and weak since 2 months” :an 28 yrs young male patient share his experience in my clinic.
This kind of or similar experience I always hear from my patients when they suffer from peripheral vascular disease.
The reason for the muscle cramps is narrowing of the arteries in the legs which leads to decreased blood flow and lack of oxygen.
In advanced stages lower leg ulcer crop up due damage .
Ayurveda concept :
Due to defective lifestyle metabolites [aam] devlops in arteries which may hamper normal flow of blood circulation results into PVD
Risk factors :
According to ayurved every patient having different prakruti,so according to that every patient shows different signs and symptoms.
Signs and symptoms :
Burning and aching pain in feet or toes while resting.
Numbness ,tingling or weakness in the leg
Redness of both legs
Pedal edema in some cases
In day today’s practice we found many patients which gives us bundle of diagnostic reports which doesn’t have confirm diagnosis of PVD .we must have to take through clinical history which shows exact cause of PVD. We never rely on confusing diagnostic parameters.
We can do following investigations :
1.Arterial and venous color Doppler
Ayurvedic Management :
1.Oral medications :
According to dosha involvement and prakruti of patient one must follow medications at least for minimum3-6 months with proper balanced ayurvedic diet.
According to dosha involvement and prakruti of patient, physician may advice you following panchakarma.
Among all panchakarma raktamokshan(leech therapy )having excellent results in acute condition of PVD.
Along with above classical treatment we follow following treatment regimen in PVD.
Tips for PVD :
success stories :
1.before and after treatment results of patient
2 : non healing ulcer results :
patient with DM And Non healing ulcer :