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Diet Chart for Healthy Memory

Sunday, July 31, 2016 3:19:43 PM Asia/Calcutta

For good mental health, our brain requires nutrients like other organs of our body. Foods rich in anti-oxidants, good fats, minerals and vitamins provide energy to the brain so that it can function properly and boost our memory. Here we are giving you the list of foods that are good for keeping healthy memory. Let's have a look.

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Diet Plan for Patients of Bad Breath

Sunday, July 31, 2016 9:35:25 PM Asia/Calcutta

Bad Breath or Halitosis (Scientifically) is an unpleasant odor eliminated and noticed when breath is exhaled which could be an embarrassing situation for someone. Bad Breath problem may be occasional or it could be a chronic problem that happens either due to foods a person eats, poor oral hygiene, medical conditions, dry mouth or digestive problems, medications and other factors like intake of low carb diet leading to ketone formation.

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Diet Plan for Patients of Adenomyosis

Monday, August 1, 2016 7:34:42 AM Asia/Calcutta

Women who suffer from Adenomyosis usually experience - excessive menstrual bleeding accompanied with severe lower abdomen pain. This is the result of blood and debris that is trapped inside the uterine wall, which causes swelling of the uterus and severe cramps with menstrual bleeding. In Adenomyosis the endometrial tissue is located deep within the uterine muscle, so during menstruation it causes inflammation, swelling, and pain.

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Diet Plan for Patients of Prostate Problems

Monday, August 1, 2016 9:14:30 AM Asia/Calcutta

The prostate gland is present in the male reproductive system. There are many men who suffer from prostate problems, mainly an enlarged prostate (also known as Benign Prostate Hyperplasia or BPH), inflammation and prostate cancer. Enlarged prostate gland is not cancerous and does not raise your risk for prostate cancer. This problem occurs usually in men older than 50 years.

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Glycine - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Monday, August 1, 2016 1:11:56 PM Asia/Calcutta

Glycine

Glycine is the simplest amino acid which is mandatory for the biosynthesis of nucleic acids, bile acids, porphyrins, phosphate and other amino acids. Glycine is the second most common amino acid found in the proteins. It is also the part of coenzyme named as the glutathione which is involved in various biochemical reactions. Usually glycine deficiencies are uncommon. Glycine deficiencies may occur in the individuals which are malnourished, suffering from cancer or AIDS.

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Posted in Nutrients A-Z By Dr. Vikram Chauhan

Arginine - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Monday, August 1, 2016 2:10:27 PM Asia/Calcutta

Arginine

Arginine is also known as L- arginine which plays a vital role to perform various functions in the body. Arginine is a non-essential amino acid which has the anti-ischemic, antiatherogenic, antiplatelet and antithrombic properties which are quite useful for treatment of cardiovascular diseases.

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Posted in Nutrients A-Z By Dr. Vikram Chauhan

Antioxidants - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Monday, August 1, 2016 2:25:37 PM Asia/Calcutta

Antioxidants

Antioxidants are essential to prevent the cellular damage. We can't imagine our life without oxygen as our body uses the oxygen to do its several functions, then byproducts are generated called as the reactive oxygen species (ROS) or commonly known as free radicals. Our body produces its own antioxidants. Plant food is the good source of antioxidants and which are required to be included in the diet with increasing age. These free radicals cause the damage to healthy cells and target the fats which provide structural membranes surrounding the body cells.

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Bioflavonoid - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Monday, August 1, 2016 3:57:28 PM Asia/Calcutta

Bioflavonoid

Bioflavonoid is also known as the vitamin P. Bioflavonoid is described as group of phytonutrients found in plants and also one of most versatile nutrients which offer the all over health of body. These are the complex compounds closely associated with the vitamin C and found in variety of plants particularly in citrus fruits. It has been studied that bioflavonoid aids in protecting the vitamin C from oxidation which allows the body to obtain more benefits from vitamin C. There are various herbs who exhibit the medicinal properties because they are also packed with bioflavonoid. Bioflavonoid is considered as the strong antioxidants as these enhance the effectiveness of vitamin c.

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Folic Acid - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Monday, August 1, 2016 6:01:37 PM Asia/Calcutta

Folic Acid

Folic acid offers the incredible health benefits. It plays a vital role for various body functions. Folic acid is the form of water soluble B9 vitamin. It is also known as the folate and vitamin B9. It plays the major role in the synthesis and repair of nucleic acids (RNA and DNA) as well as in the formation of red blood cells.

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Choline - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Monday, August 1, 2016 6:34:22 PM Asia/Calcutta

Choline

Choline comes in the list of macronutrients which is essential for the normal development of brain, healthy liver functions, nerve functions, healthy metabolism and proper movements of muscles. Choline is available in the form of phosphatidycholine, a compound which helps in the formation of structural component of fat thus it is present in variety of foods which contain the fats.

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