This is default featured slide 1 title

Go to Blogger edit html and find these sentences.Now replace these sentences with your own descriptions.This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha Bandara - Premiumbloggertemplates.com.

This is default featured slide 2 title

Go to Blogger edit html and find these sentences.Now replace these sentences with your own descriptions.This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha Bandara - Premiumbloggertemplates.com.

This is default featured slide 3 title

Go to Blogger edit html and find these sentences.Now replace these sentences with your own descriptions.This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha Bandara - Premiumbloggertemplates.com.

This is default featured slide 4 title

Go to Blogger edit html and find these sentences.Now replace these sentences with your own descriptions.This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha Bandara - Premiumbloggertemplates.com.

This is default featured slide 5 title

Go to Blogger edit html and find these sentences.Now replace these sentences with your own descriptions.This theme is Bloggerized by Lasantha Bandara - Premiumbloggertemplates.com.

27 September 2018

8 Diabetic Diet Myths Dispelled

Astrologer Vighnesh India: +91 9445548316 / 9382633377 USA: +1 (425) 358-6565 / +1 (716) 777-3857  Wat'sapp..Consultation by web appointment www.astrovighnesh.com

Astrologer in US : #Astrologer in USA : #Astrologer in India : #Astrologer in Chennai : # Best Astrologer  in :#Pancha Pakshi Astrology : #Astrologer in Malaysia : #Astrologer in Sri Lanka : #Astrologer in Dubai : #Astrologer in UAE

Diabetes is fast becoming one of the most common illnesses in the world. As such, there is a treasure trove of rumors and misinformation regarding this disease. It's extremely important to separate fact from fiction, and that is why we've brought you 8 of the most common myths about this disease that we are going to bust right now.  
Myth 1: Eating too much sugar causes diabetes
It is widely thought that eating too much sugar causes diabetes. What does cause diabetes is an insulin malfunction . This means your body struggles to turn the food you eat into energy. Usually food gets broken down into glucose, a sugar that powers cells. The pancreas produces insulin, a hormone which helps cells use glucose for energy..
There are 3 common forms of diabetes and none of them are caused by sugar intake.
  • Type 1 diabetes usually starts in childhood or young adulthood and is when the pancreas can’t produce insulin. These people need to take insulin to help move the sugar into the cells and prevent it from amassing in the blood. 
  • Type 2 diabetes can affect any person, of any age and is when the pancreas doesn’t produce sufficient insulin or the insulin stops working, and sometimes both scenarios. Being overweight can make this form of diabetes more.
  • Another common type is Gestational diabetes, a temporary form of diabetes that occurs in pregnancy due to hormone changes that cause insulin not to work properly.
Myth 2: You won’t be able to eat your favorite foods anymore
The idea that you are limited to uninteresting food when you are diabetic is widespread and misleading. You don’t have to give up foods you love; you just might need to think of how you eat them differently. You will need to change the way you prepare these foods, and might need to change the foods that you eat alongside them, and possibly reducing the portions.
Myth 3: You’ll have to prepare separate diabetic meals
You might be thinking that you won’t be able to eat what the rest of the family is eating, and extra preparation would be required. This isn’t necessarily true. A diabetic diet is a healthy diet, nutritious for the whole family and doesn’t require separate preparation. The person with diabetes just needs to pay more attention to the amount of calories she or he eats and monitor the types of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins in their diet.
Alternative sugars
Stevia
  • This is a plant extract that tastes much sweeter than sugar and has no calories. It has the added benefit of lowering blood sugar and blood pressure. Stevia has a distinct taste and it can take a while to adjust.
Erythritol
  • This sugar alcohol is low in calories and doesn’t affect your blood sugar levels. It is safe to eat however eating too much can cause digestion issues.
Xylitol
  • Another sugar alcohol that doesn’t raise blood sugar or insulin levels. Similar to Erythritol, Xylitol causes digestive issues if eaten in large quantities. This sugar alcohol is also been shown to have dental benefits and improve bone density. It’s highly toxic to dogs.

Myth 4: Carbohydrates are bad for diabetics
Carbohydrates, commonly shortened to carbs, are the foundation of any healthy diet and are not bad for diabetes. Why they are important to monitor is because they have the greatest effect on blood sugar levels.. It’s best to discuss which ones you eat with a dietician so that you select nutrient rich ones.
Myth 5: You can replace carbohydrates with protein
Carbohydrates ability to affect blood sugar levels quickly might tempt people with diabetes to lower their intake of carbs and compensate with more protein. This is fine in principle, but in practice many proteins, such as meat, are dense in saturated fats. Consuming too much fat can increase the risk for heart disease.
Myth 6: You can take medicine and eat what you
It would be great if taking a pill would allow you to go about eating what you usually do but adjusting your medication makes it less effective as medicine works best taken consistently, as instructed by your physician. For those who take insulin, it’s often the case that you learn to adjust the amount of insulin to match the amount of food you eat, but this doesn’t give you permission to eat as much as you want. You still have to stick to a diabetic diet to stabilize your blood sugar levels.
Myth 7: You have to eat diet foods
A lot of ‘diet’ foods are smart marketing. They are often more expensive and no healthier than regular foods. It’s important to read the ingredients and consider the number of calories before deciding if it’s suitable for your diabetic diet. As always when in doubt about what food is beneficial its best to consult with a nutritionist or dietician.
Myth 8: No more dessert

Tips to Keep Your Uric Acid Levels Constant!

High levels of uric acid in the bloodstream, also known as hyperuricemia, can come about as a result of either an increase in the production of uric acid in the body or a decreased excretion of it through the kidneys. This can lead to problems such as gouty arthritis (uric acid crystal deposits in joints, typically the big toe), kidney stones, and renal failure. Furthermore, recent studies have also been associated high blood uric acid levels with cardiovascular disease and hypertension.

Factors that can help contribute to high uric acid levels include a diet high in purines, excess alcohol consumption, obesity, renal insufficiency, genetics, underactive thyroid, and diabetes. Certain cancers, chemotherapy, and other medications, such as diuretics, may also help contribute to it.
There are some tips and natural remedies that will help reduce and control your uric acid levels, and 8 of these can be found below.

1. Apple Cider Vinegar
As a natural cleanser and detoxify, apple cider vinegar can help remove uric acid from the body. This vinegar contains malic acid that helps to break down and eliminate uric acid. Furthermore, it helps to restore the alkaline acid balance in the body and provides anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits.
1. Add a teaspoon of raw, organic, unpasteurized apple cider vinegar to a glass of water.
2. Drink this solution 2-3 times per day.
You can slowly increase the amount of apple cider vinegar to two tablespoons per glass of water and continue this until your uric acid levels have decreased.

2. Lemon Juice
Though you might think that lemon juice will make the body more acidic, in actuality, it has the opposite effect and helps to neutralize uric acid. Furthermore, its vitamin C content also helps to decrease uric acid levels.
• Squeeze the juice of a lemon into a glass of warm water, and drink it in the morning on an empty stomach. Continue to do this for a few weeks.
• You can also take vitamin C supplements, but consult your doctor first so that they can give you the proper dosage.

3. Cherries
Cherries and other dark berries contain chemicals that help to reduce uric acid levels. Furthermore, purple and blue-colored berries contain flavonoids (known as antho cyanins) that help lower uric acid and reduce inflammation and stiffness.
• Eat half a cup of cherries each day for a few weeks.
• Add blueberries, strawberries, tomatoes, bell peppers, and other vitamin C and antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables to your diet.

4. Baking Soda
Baking soda is very efficient at lowering uric acid levels and reducing gout pain. It helps to maintain the natural alkaline balance in the body, and makes uric acid more soluble and easier to flush out of the kidneys.
1. Mix half a teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water.
2. Drink up to four glasses of this a day for two weeks. You can drink it every 2-4 hours.
Note:  Don’t take this remedy on a regular basis. Furthermore, do not take at all if you suffer from high blood pressure. People over the age of 60 should not drink more than 3 glasses of this baking soda solution per day.

5. Water
Drinking a lot of water helps to optimize uric acid filtering. It helps to dilute the uric acid and stimulates the kidneys to eliminate excess amounts through urine. Furthermore, drinking enough water can reduce the risk of recurrent gout attacks.
• Drink at least 8-10 glasses of water each day.
• Include more water-rich fruits and vegetables in your diet.

6. High-fiber Foods and Starchy Carbohydrates
Foods that are high in dietary fiber help lower uric acid levels by absorbing it, and then eliminating it from the body. Starchy carbohydrates are also safe to eat as they contain only small amounts of purine.
• Whole grains, pears, apples, oranges, and strawberries are some good examples of high-fiber foods that you should incorporate into your diet.
• Starchy carbohydrates are foods such as rice, whole grain pasta, potato, bananas, oats, and quinoa.

7.. Dairy Products
Low-fat milk and other dairy products have been associated with lower plasma urate concentrations and a reduced risk of gout. Skimmed milk, for example, contains orotic acid that decreases the re-absorption of uric acid, and promotes its removal from the body through the kidneys.
• Drink 1-5 cups of skimmed milk a day.
• Include low-fat yogurt and other dairy products in your diet..

8. Wheat grass Juice
Wheat grass helps to restore alkalinity in the blood. Furthermore, it’s rich in vitamin C, chlorophyll, and phyto chemicals that help to promote detoxification. It’s also a very good source of protein and amino acids as alternative to eating animal protein.
• Each day, mix two tablespoons of wheat grass juice with a squeeze of lemon juice until your uric acid levels come down..
Astrologer Vighnesh India: +91 9445548316 / 9382633377 USA: +1 (425) 358-6565 / +1 (716) 777-3857  Wat'sapp..Consultation by web appointment www.astrovighnesh.com

Astrologer in US : #Astrologer in USA : #Astrologer in India : #Astrologer in Chennai : # Best Astrologer  in :#Pancha Pakshi Astrology : #Astrologer in Malaysia : #Astrologer in Sri Lanka : #Astrologer in Dubai : #Astrologer in UAE

26 September 2018

8 Pressure Points For Self Defense!

While most of us would to believe that we're going to experience a serene and peaceful existence, there are plenty of bad people in the world who can end using violence against us to get what they want. While it's horrible to think about, it's better to be safe than sorry, which is why we've gathered a list of pressure points that can be used to help you escape from any potential aggressors.
1. Jaw
Self Defense
Hitting the jaw with the back of your hand with enough force can cause an attacker to lose consciousness for a while. This is because such an impact will turn the head so sharply that it will end up shaking the brain.
2. Sciatic Nerve
Self Defense
 
The sciatic nerve can be found on the midline of the inner thigh between the knee and the groin. Hitting this pressure point with enough force will cause dizziness, shock, a great deal of pain, and even possible temporary immobility of the foot.
3. Biceps
Self Defense
 
A blow to the biceps can inflict temporary paralysis of the arm, as well as extreme pain. Often, there is also an involuntary relaxation of the fingers, which may result in the attacker losing their grip.
4. Groin
Self Defense
 
The groin is an area that's full of sensitive nerves, and slightly above it, you will also find the bladder and genitals. A weak blow to this sensitive area will often result in a very severe reaction from the person on the receiving end. A heavy blow can actually even cause shock and rupture the bladder.
5. Brachial Plexus

Self Defense
 
Blows to the brachial plexus will cause a great deal of pain as well as a numb sensation in the hand. If the impact is hard enough, you could actually end up breaking the collarbone, causing a rupture of the nerves of the brachial plexus.

6. Tibialis Anterior Muscle
Self Defense
 
A heavy blow to this region may end up breaking it, leading to pain that may immobilize and nauseate anyone on the receiving end. If the fracture is very grievous, then blood vessels may become torn.
7. Hands
Self Defense
 
Human hands are brimming with sensitive nerve endings that you can use against your opponent. That's why pressing against the area between a person's fingers will cause them to loosen their grip and lose their composure.
8. Eyes
Self Defense
 
Only ever use this one as a final resort, since a strong press to both eyes or a hard blow against at least one of them can cause a person to permanently go blind. However,  a light press to the eyes will be enough to make an attacker temporarily lose his sight, giving you ample time to get to safety.
Astrologer Vighnesh India: +91 9445548316 / 9382633377 USA: +1 (425) 358-6565 / +1 (716) 777-3857  Wat'sapp..Consultation by web appointment www.astrovighnesh.com
Astrologer in US : #Astrologer in USA : #Astrologer in India : #Astrologer in Chennai : # Best Astrologer  in #Pancha Pakshi Astrology : #Astrologer in Malaysia : #Astrologer in Sri Lanka : #Astrologer in Dubai : #Astrologer in UAE
Treating Stiff and Sore Muscles



Astrologer Vighnesh India: +91 9445548316 / 9382633377 USA: +1 (425) 358-6565 / +1 (716) 777-3857  Wat'sapp..Consultation by web appointment www.astrovighnesh.com
Astrologer in US : #Astrologer in USA : #Astrologer in India : #Astrologer in Chennai : # Best Astrologer  in #Pancha Pakshi Astrology : #Astrologer in Malaysia : #Astrologer in Sri Lanka : #Astrologer in Dubai : #Astrologer in UAE

Have you ever woken up in the orning  and stretched, only to feel your neck or shoulder (or both) become stiff and painful? Suddenly, every movement hurts, and you can’t turn your head without pain shooting down through your back. So why on earth does this happen?
Why do muscles get stiff?
  • In order to relax, muscles require magnesium, and for them to contract they require calcium. When the two are imbalanced – it can lead to muscle spasms and contractions. 
  • Dehydration can also lead to stiff muscles. Muscles are active tissues, which is the kind of tissue that requires the most water in the body. The water contains electrolytes that help transfer orders from your nerve-system to your muscles and back. Without enough water in the muscles, they lose the ability to communicate with the brain.
Stiff Muscles
  • Inactivity is another culprit – leaving your muscles in one state for a prolonged period (sleep, sitting in a chair for an extended period, etc.) can cause them to stiffen.
  • Another cause can be related to stress – when we’re in a state of stress, our bodies tighten up as preparation for a “fight or flight” situation. Prolonged stress can lead to a person maintaining a tight posture, resulting in strain on the muscles.
  • The final cause of muscular pain is also the most common one – exercise. After a prolonged state of inactivity, the muscles lose mass, and exercising them leads to micro-tears, which cause muscle pain and stiffness.
How to treat stiff muscles
1. Exercise – adding a set of exercises for 30 minutes every day (or every other day) can prevent most cases of muscle stiffness. Exercise keeps your muscles relaxed, and can even improve your mental state.
alt
2. Soda bath – A variation of heat application involves adding 2-4 heaping tablespoons of baking soda to a hot bath, guaranteed to ease your muscles almost immediately. You can replace the soda with a ¾ cup of Epsom salt to calm your mind.
3. Take supplements - Balance your magnesium/calcium levels, and consider adjusting your diet to a healthier one.
4. Massage therapy – Getting a good massage can work wonders for a stiff muscle. A licensed masseuse will be able to relieve stiff muscles within a session, sending you home pain-free and much more relaxed. (Consult with your massage therapist about the best treatment)
Stiff Muscles
5. Heat application – heat causes tissues to expand and increases the blood flow in the heated area. A good shower can also help you relax, making it easier for the muscles to loosen as well. If you have a heating pad, warm it up and apply it to the stiff area.
6. Relax & meditate - Calm yourself down. By reducing the level of stress in your life, your body will relax as well, reducing the likelihood of tight and stiff muscles.
Stiff Muscles
7. Take an NSAID – Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen, aspirin, or naproxen are your best choices. Do not exceed the daily dosage or use it for more than a couple of days. (Medication abuse can be dangerous)
8. Make sure you’re hydrated – drink water or isotonic drinks (such as “Gatorade”). Keeping your hydration and electrolytes levels in check. Men require 13 cups (3 liters) of water per day, while women need 9 (2.2 liters).
9. Stretch – stretching your muscles when you wake up and after a few hours of inactivity can prevent muscles from stiffening. It increases blood flow throughout your body, and prepares the muscles for the daily movements.

x

16 September 2018

Ready to Quit Smoking? Some test Diet may help you!

Astrologer Vighnesh India: +91 9445548316 / 9382633377 USA: +1 (425) 358-6565 / +1 (716) 777-3857  Wat'sapp..Consultation by web appointment www.astrovighnesh.com
Astrologer in US : #Astrologer in USA : #Astrologer in India : #Astrologer in Chennai : # Best Astrologer  in #Pancha Pakshi Astrology : #Astrologer in Malaysia : #Astrologer in Sri Lanka : #Astrologer in Dubai : #Astrologer in UAE
 
 
diet to quit

A recent study showed that foods play an important role during the anti - smoking process, because certain foods such as fruits, vegetables and dairy products worsen the taste of cigarettes, making them key in the diet, while others like the coffee, chocolate, red meat and alcoholic beverages boost it.

 

1. Fruit, vegetables and vegetables

diet to quit
The study found that these foods that help to reduce some of those extra pounds you raise when you decide to quit, you will help create healthy eating habits that will make you enjoy very good health. Fruits like orange, lemon and grapefruit are rich in vitamin C, which will help replenish deficiency that snuff generated in the body, while vegetables rich in vitamin A such as spinach, carrots, asparagus and tomato they serve as an antioxidant. Other foods such as potatoes, eggplant and celery provide Zinc, and oats, barley and rice, selenium.
This balanced diet is necessary to overcome anxiety that causes a full day without smoking, as its flavor reduce the taste for cigarettes, helping to release all the nicotine that has been accumulated for years and years.
 

2. Foods that enhance the taste of cigarettes

 
diet to quit
Foods that enhance the taste of cigarettes and definitely not help you quit complement, are red meat, desserts, chocolate, coffee and alcoholic beverages, Why ?, because these foods and drinks with high carbohydrate indexes enhance the taste of nicotine, which will increase your usual intake. The more you eat this kind of thing, the more you have to have a cigar in hand.
Chocolate and coffee are excluded from this diet, because as we all know contain exciting properties that will generate more addiction, and it is precisely what we want to avoid.

3. Food as ally

If you modify and control the things you eat it will be much easier to quit smoking. Instead of a beer, a glass of milk or a glass of water; and instead of a plate of red meat, a good portion of vegetables, fruit and rice.
If you combine these tips a healthy lifestyle, ie with some daily exercise and a lot of willpower, finally stop smoking will not be an impossible goal to achieve. Once past your first 3 to 6 weeks you can start to consume you moderate amounts of foods that enhance the taste of cigarettes, but always combined with a varied diet to help you stick with your purpose.

4. Diuretic Diet

 
diet to quit

Urinating is very important for you to eliminate toxins that the body is due to cigarette smoke, it is advisable to drink plenty of water, half liter as nĂ­nimo to increase urine production in your body. Remember also consume natural and vegetable, lettuce, onions , cherries and juice.
Nuts such as hazelnuts and almonds prievenen and help control anxiety.
 

And then Are you ready to quit?