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Herbal Remedies for Leukemia, Ayurvedic Treatment - Causes & Symptoms

Monday, July 25, 2016 12:07:03 AM Asia/Calcutta

Leukemia

Leukemia is defined as the type of cancer collectively known for lymphoid system, bone marrow and bone as well. This disorder arises due to abnormal multiplication and proliferation of immature white blood cells, which are known as "blasts". It is known as a fatal disorder, which is life threatening. It is also dubbed as malignancy. This disease affects the surrounding cells and tissues as well. Planet Ayurveda provides some of the wonderful herbal formulations. These are highly effective to relieve the medical complications easily. These enhance the power of immunity and provide relief from all the ailments to a huge extent.

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Posted in Diseases A-Z By Dr. Vikram Chauhan

Vitamin B12 - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Monday, July 25, 2016 5:31:19 PM Asia/Calcutta

Vitamin B12

It is commonly known as Cynocobalamines. It is water soluble vitamin. As the name indicates it is the important part of vitamin B complex which is involved in various biological processes. It is one of the most important nutrient for proper physical as well as mental and emotional health. It plays important role in various biological processes such as red blood cell formation, neurological functions and DNA synthesis. It is the only vitamin that contains metal element named cobalt. It is the main reason that this vitamin named as cobalamine.

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Amino Acids - Uses, Benefits and Sources

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 2:10:18 AM Asia/Calcutta

Amino acids

Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins and very important part of human body. Proteins are formed of hundreds of smaller units named as amino acids which are attached to one another by peptide bonds. There are 20 different amino acids in which nine are essential and 11 are non essential. All the 20 amino acids are required by the body in different concentrations for healthy functioning of body. When our diet is deficient in amino acids, may lead to severe health issues named as kwashiorkor. Kwashiorkor is the condition which is characterized by malnutrition. By the consumption of low protein diet, there is deficiency of amino acids in the body. Due to this one can be more prone to cold or other health issues. Moreover there is slow healing of minor injuries or cuts.

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Posted in Nutrients A-Z By Dr. Vikram Chauhan

Copper - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 12:27:03 PM Asia/Calcutta

Copper

Copper is the essential metallic element present in all tissues. Copper along with amino acids, vitamins as well as fatty acids are important for normal metabolic processes. Copper is considered as the 3rd most prevailing mineral in our body. It helps in the healthy metabolism thus important for body growth and development. It is mandatory for peptide formation, neurotransmitter biosynthesis, cellular respiration, and connective tissue strength and pigment formation. Copper acts as the co-factor for numerous enzymes and helps in the central nervous system development.

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Chromium - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 7:22:28 PM Asia/Calcutta

Chromium

Chromium is also considered as "essential trace element" because the very small quantities of chromium are important for our good health. One form is found in foods and supplements which is safe for humans where as the 2nd form is toxic which can cause the lung cancer and skin problems. Fruits like apple, oranges and banana are also the good source of chromium. Deficiency of chromium results in the diabetes and atherosclerosis.

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Posted in Nutrients A-Z By Dr. Vikram Chauhan

Magnesium - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 8:01:53 PM Asia/Calcutta

Magnesium

Magnesium plays the vital role in the generation of ATP in our body. It also plays the role of enzyme co factors and supposed to regulate more than 300 biochemical reaction in the body. Magnesium comes under the category of macro minerals so unlike the other trace elements it is required in the large amounts. Magnesium is considered as the second most abundant element in the human cells. It is responsible to perform the countless functions inside the cells of body. Magnesium exists in the different forms; most accessible and easily absorbed form is the magnesium chloride.

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Posted in Nutrients A-Z By Dr. Vikram Chauhan

Zinc - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Tuesday, July 26, 2016 9:11:24 PM Asia/Calcutta

Zinc

Zinc is also in the list of essential minerals which is required by the body. Zinc plays an important role for the healthy functioning of our body. It is found in the every single cell of body like in our bones, kidneys, Red blood cells (RBC), white blood cells (WBC), liver and pancreas. Zinc plays vital role in the functioning of more than 300 hormones and numerous enzymes in body. Zinc is also an integral component of most important antioxidants known as copper/zinc superoxide.

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Posted in Nutrients A-Z By Dr. Vikram Chauhan

Diet Plan for Patients of Obesity

Wednesday, July 27, 2016 12:35:25 AM Asia/Calcutta

Diet Plan for Obesity

Obesity [Body Mass Index (BMI) more than 30] is a major health concern in the world today which is becoming a leading cause for various diseases, including diabetes, heart problems, strokes, high blood pressure and many other. So to reduce the risk of these diseases, Body weight has to be maintained, which is possible only with well-balanced diet and is maintained by eating healthy. It is smarter to have small meals in your diet every 3-4 hours instead of three large ones daily. This type of diet plan helps to burns off more calories you tend to not get hungry before your next meal. Consume low fat and low carbohydrates with Protein rich, calcium and fiber rich foods and, along with more fruits and vegetables.

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Posted in Diet Chart By Dr. Vikram Chauhan

Iodine - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Wednesday, July 27, 2016 8:54:40 AM Asia/Calcutta

Iodine

Iodine is natural occurring nutrient in the body which plays important role in body. It is important for growth and development. It is essential for the regulation of thyroid hormone which plays role in basic metabolic rate. Iodine is very important precursor for thyroid hormones. The receptors for iodine is present throughout the body which regulate the cellular metabolism like nutrition into cells and helps to remove toxins from cells. It is important for the metabolism of cells. Metabolism means conversion of food into energy. It is important for normal functioning of thyroid gland and regulates the hormone secretions of thyroid gland. It is required for proper physical development and metabolism in the body.

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Posted in Nutrients A-Z By Dr. Vikram Chauhan

Potassium - Uses, Benefits, Sources and Dosage

Wednesday, July 27, 2016 8:25:35 PM Asia/Calcutta

Potassium

We should not underestimate the importance of potassium in our diet plan. It is an important component which is essential for a healthy body. Potassium is an essential body mineral which is important for both cellular and electrical function. Potassium plays an important role in synthesis of proteins and muscle tissues. It also works inside our cells to maintain the pH.

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