Friday, January 29, 2016

Ayurveda Helps shedding excessive weight!

There are Ayurvedic medicines which help in weight loss and are good for health. Consume these medicines under the recommendation of your doctor. Vrikshamla (garcinia cambogia), guggul (commiphora mukul resin), Ginger, Kothala Himbutu (salacia reticulata) a woody climber used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat diabetes and obesity, triphala (a combination of three herbal fruit like amla, bibhitaki and haritaki) and Kalonji (nigella sativa).

If you decided to shed the excessive weight to enter new life; you must start it from your home by consuming these things which will help in weight loss. Papaya and pineapple are the fruits which help in shedding the extra kilos. Include spice like cumin, mustard seed, ginger, black pepper and cayenne pepper in your food. Sip hot water after every meal (after half an hour) or throughout the day.

What is the best way to lose weight and maintain it ?
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Sunday, January 24, 2016

An effective remedy for treating urinary tract infections — Banyan tree bark

In Ayurveda, the bark of the Banyan tree is used for treating female genital tract infections caused by sexually transmitted diseases,’ says Dr H S Palep, Visiting Scientist at Haffkine’s Institute for Training, Research & Testing, Mumbai and Chairman, Dr.Palep’s Medical Research Foundation and also a practicing gynecologist trained in Ayurveda.

The bark of the tree can actually be effective in treating urinary tract infections like trichomonias, vaginitis and also pelvic inflammatory infections. Trichomonias is a common sexually transmitted infection and causes symptoms like vaginal itching, pain during intercourse and urination and abdominal pain. ‘Banyan tree bark is administered to patients in the form of capsules or even loose extracts. Other than this, bark decoctions can also be used as a vaginal douche, but that isn’t as effective as taking it in the capsule form,’ says Dr Palep.

In fact, a form of Ayurvedic treatment known as Panchavakal, uses barks of five trees from the Ficus family including fig tree, peepal, albizia lebbeck, plaksha and banyan tree for treating these disorders. Other than that, it is also used for healing wounds in the form of an ointment. Panchavalkal is also used for treating a wide range of skin disorders and other ailments.

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Monday, January 11, 2016

Eat slow to prevent obesity, Eat slow to loose weight.

"chew every bite 32 times" This traditional advice given by Ayurveda is perfectly scientific.It is proven by double blind trial,Published in an indexed journal.
When I counted 32 bites with a timer, it required 30 seconds.
The traditional 32 bites chewing advice was perfectly scinetific
and aimed to prevent obesity.

 It’s a proven fact that for most people diets don’t work. But now you can shed unwanted pounds. So what is the best way to lose weight and maintain it ?

Read in our best seller ebook- Losing Weight with Ayurveda and Yoga.  

Sunday, January 10, 2016

An egg a day may keep diabetes away

The study, published in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that men who ate approximately four eggs per week had a 37 percent lower risk of Type-2 diabetes than men who only ate one egg a week.

Researchers at the University of Eastern Finland assessed dietary habits of 2,332 men aged between 42 and 60 years during a follow-up of 19 years, 432 men were diagnosed with Type-2 diabetes.

The study found that egg consumption was associated with a lower risk of Type-2 diabetes as well as with lower blood glucose levels.Consumption of more than four eggs did not bring any significant additional benefits.

In addition to cholesterol, eggs contain many beneficial nutrients that can have an effect on, for example, glucose metabolism and low-grade inflammation, and thus lower the risk of Type-2 diabetes.

What are the precautions you should take to keep yourself away from Diabetes?
Ayurveda has provided right answer to this. 
In fact this is the theme of our Best seller e-book- "Ayurvedic Cure of Diabetes"

Ayurveda meets technology

 A software, exclusively meant for Ayurvedic doctors, is being developed so that they do not deviate from the classical Ayurveda methods while treating patients and also keeps them updated about the best medical practices. The software, ‘Integrated Clinical Decision Support System’ is being developed by National Institute of Indian Medical Heritage (NIIMH), Hyderabad, based on exhaustive research and will be out in a year’s time.

The easy-to-use software will require the physician to just enter the symptoms of the patient. Based on probable science, a list of diseases will be shown as results that are most likely to be the cause of the patient’s illness. For each of the diseases, the software will guide the doctor in investigation, diagnosis and even treatment of the patient in the most traditional manner. “This is a first-of-its-kind digital tool that will make sure that Ayurveda doctors do not go wrong and also follow the prescribed treatments as per the ancient system.

As per famous Legendary sage of Ayurveda Charakacharya,The (physician) who first examines the patient and then start the treatment becomes successful.In Ayurveda, 50% medicine is correct diagnosis itself. It is not difficult to treat any disease, once correctly diagnosed.

An Excellent ebook - Ayurvedic Art of Diagnosis provides well organized knowledge about this hole process of Clinical Diagnosis.

Friday, January 01, 2016

Unable to understand why the baby is crying? This app can help you

An app that can differentiate between a variety of crying sounds made by babies has been developed by Taiwanese researchers.

The Infant Cries Translator was developed at the National Taiwan University Hospital Yunlin and can differentiate between four separate crying sounds by recording the sounds of babies and comparing them against a vast database.

Over a two year period researchers collected around 200,000 crying sounds from approximately 100 new-born babies, and uploaded them to an online database. Analysis of the frequency of individual screams among these helped researchers, led by Chang Chuan-yu and Dr Chen Si-da, distinguish subtle differences in acoustics.

The resulting app shows analysis of a baby's cries on the user's phone within 15 seconds. Researchers say the app has an accuracy of 92 percent for infants under two weeks old, helping inform parents when their child is hungry, sleepy, in pain, or has a wet diaper. The analysis becomes less accurate the older the baby is.[msn-news]

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