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  • Is government support required to strengthen health care system in the country?

    Dr. Anoop Saraya, Professor of Gastroenterology, AIIMS, will talk on government support to strengthen health care system in the country in this video. He says that we will in third world country where people have less money to buy health care. In such countries, people’s income are less so there should be a strong government support. In our country the allocation is very little and expenditure on health care is too vast. He will further explain why people are below poverty line and the need to increase the health budget at the primary and secondary level by the government.

  • What is the difference between puffed rice and regular rice?

    The video talks about the difference between puffed rice and regular rice by Dr. Ishi Khosla, Clinical Nutritionist, Delhi. The puffed rice can be eaten lot more without getting the calories. She will further talk about the advantage of it and also increasing the shelve life of rice without increasing the calories.

  • Are almond milk, soya milk, cashew milk and goat milk really helpful for a human body?

    Dr. Ishi Khosla, Clinical Nutritionist, Delhi, will discuss the benefits of different types of milk available in the market in this video. Each type of milk has different compositions and has certain amount of calcium. Also the protein content varies in different milk composition. For gluten intolerance, these products are not an option. She will further talk about these alternatives if they are intolerant to milk.

  • Whats the latest about dairy products?

    In this video, Dr. Ishi Khosla, Clinical Nutritionist, Delhi, will discuss about dairy products. There are lot of adulterations in milk products and the quality of milk. She will talk about lactose intolerance. Also, 50% of the people who are gluten tolerant cannot tolerate diary. It is not because of the lactose but the protein which is hard to digest. People are treated as per their allergies and intolerance and differs from case to case.

  • What are wheat alternatives?

    Dr. Ishi Khosla, Clinical Nutritionist, Delhi, will discuss the wheat alternatives in this video. In India, there are many alternatives for wheat. One of them is the rice in any form such as, poha, brown rice, polished rice, etc. The millets such as bajra, jowar, ragi, etc. can be the substitute for wheat as they do not contain gluten. There are soyabean, oats, etc which are also gluten free but in certain people they can cross react in people in gluten sensitivity. She tells that this aspect of cross reactivity should be understood.

  • Why wheat is considered as a problem to Indian people?

    In this video, Dr. Ishi Khosla, Clinical Nutritionist, Delhi, will discuss whether wheat is a problem to Indian people. Wheat has a protein called gluten which is not completely digestible by any human being. There are 1-2% of people who cannot digest wheat in any form and in such people the absorption of the gut is damaged. She will further explain about undiagnosed and diagnosed celiac disease. The diagnosis of the celiac disease is very difficult. She will further explain about wheat allergy and its symptoms too. Non-celiac disease which is a new disease entity is seen nowadays and Dr. Khosla will further discuss about it.

  • Natural Medicines in your Kitchen?

    In this video, Dr. Satyanarayan Yadav, Senior Naturopath and Yoga Expert, New Delhi, will discuss about the natural medicines in our kitchen. In Naturopathy, diet is the best medicine. Diet should be seasonal, fresh, local and natural. He will explain these four stages of naturopathy and how it benefits the body. One should have freshly cooked food before six hours. If properly consumed the food only is the best diet and medicine.

  • Do’s and Don’ts of Shravan Maas?

    Dr. Satyanarayan Yadav, Senior Naturopath and Yoga Expert, New Delhi, will discuss about Shravan Maas in this video. During rainy season, there is lot of bacteria in the environment so leafy vegetables are avoided during this season as it is also difficult to digest. He will also talk about when to consume curd and during which season. One can have curd during summer.

  • How Long Should Homemade Leftovers Be Stored?

    In this video, Dr. Satyanarayan Yadav, Senior Naturopath and Yoga Expert, New Delhi, will discuss about the storage of leftovers. Fresh foods are given by nature and have many benefits. Many food items has to be cooked, in this process many of the nutrients are lost. Cooked food can be stored or is edible for 6 hours and after that it should not be consumed as bacteria starts growing in them. Stale food is food which is cooked 6 hours before.

  • Is it safe to drink karela (bitter gourd) juice?

    The video talks whether it is safe to drink bitter gourd or karela juice by Dr. Satyanarayan Yadav, Senior Naturopath and Yoga Expert, New Delhi. Karela juice is very beneficial for diabetes, liver problems, constipation or skin ailments. It has medicinal properties in all these conditions.

  • How do you eat fenugreek?

    Dr. Satyanarayan Yadav, Senior Naturopath and Yoga Expert, New Delhi, will talk on consumption of fenugreek seeds in this video. Fenugreek water has lots of importance. If you soak it in water, it nutrients are transferred to the water. Methi seeds can be consumed in powder form, boil and have it in a form of soup. Fenugreek water benefits the joints which are painful. It is also good for hyperacidity.

  • Are radishes good for your health?

    In this video, Dr. Satyanarayan Yadav, Senior Naturopath and Yoga Expert, New Delhi, will discuss the effect of radishes on one’s health. He will discuss the benefits of eating radish. The benefits are more if one eats it during day time before 12 p.m as the metabolism of the body is high during that period. It has a good effect on liver too. It can be eaten as a salad or cook as food item.