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Some Details About Preventive Heart Health

Preventive heart health involves taking steps to maintain a healthy heart and reduce the risk of developing heart disease. Here are some details about preventive heart health: Risk Factors: 1. Age (45+ for men, 55+ for women) 2. Gender (men are at greater risk, but women are at risk after menopause) 3. Family history 4. Smoking 5. High blood pressure 6. High cholesterol 7. Diabetes 8. Obesity 9. Lack of exercise 10. Unhealthy diet Prevention Strategies: 1. Healthy Diet: Eat a heart-healthy diet low in saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, and added sugars. Focus on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats. 2. Regular Exercise: Engage in at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise, or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic exercise, or a combination of both each week. 3. Maintain a Healthy Weight: If you're overweight or obese, losing weight can help lower your risk of heart disease. 4. Don't Smoke: Smoking is a significant risk factor fo

Common Health Problems, and Precautions

Here are some common health problems, and precautions: 1. Skin Cancer: - Precautions: Wear sunscreen (SPF 30+), protective clothing, and seek shade. 2. Heart Disease: - Precautions: Maintain a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and monitor blood pressure and cholesterol levels. 3. Diabetes: - Precautions: Manage blood sugar levels, maintain a balanced diet, and engage in regular physical activity. 4. Mental Health: - Precautions: Practice stress management techniques, seek professional help when needed, and maintain social connections. 5. Respiratory Issues (Asthma, COPD): - Precautions: Avoid triggers like smoke and pollution, use inhalers as prescribed, and practice good hygiene. 6. Nutritional Deficiencies: - Precautions: Maintain a balanced diet, take supplements if necessary, and consult a healthcare professional. 7. Infectious Diseases (Flu, COVID-19): - Precautions: Practice good hygiene, get vaccinated, and follow public health guidelines. 8. Musculos

Diabetes Vs Rice

Diabetes Vs Rice If you compare any whole grain to a refined grain you have bran, endosperm and germ layer in a grain whereas a refined grain only has an endosperm layer. The fact you should know is that rice is a calorie-dense food, it has several nutrients(Vit B/Vit E) required for important body chemical functions. Now to meet the population demands food processing has advanced during this food processing method, these important layers are refined out, leaving you only with an endosperm layer that contains starchy Carbohydrates. Rice is a staple diet for almost everyone on this planet. Uncontrolled portion size intake or not having a proper source to go with rice, it will eventually cause elevated blood sugars. That's when your physician will advise you to cut down rice. The enemy here is not rice but the processing technique to be blamed for which you lose the major nutrients. What you can do: Buy locally grown rice from your area/city Mix and match various protein sources wi

Food can change lives: Nutritionist Dr Gauri Rokkam

Dr Gauri Rokkam is a well-known Holistic Nutritionist with experience in helping thousands of people worldwide for more than two decades. She firmly believes that healthy food and lifestyle can change lives, for good. It does not mend the body in parts but as a “whole” and is candid enough to claim: “When the body is rightly fed(in every sense), it wins battles while one experiences true health”. In an interaction, Dr Gauri Rokkam spoke on several issues revolving around human health, current practices of dealing with disease and the way out. Here are her viewpoints on a few issues: Holistic health is from a “whole person” perspective: Neither food nor body should be broken down into its parts. Food is a complex chemical factory. It should not be broken down into its components or specific nutrients because the components of food work in synergy with each other to produce desired effects. The body can work to its best and be in the best of health with whole foods, the way plants produ

Dr Madhusudan KR calls for including Reiki in the list of alternative modes of treatments

Dr Madhusudan KR, an international expert on Reiki has called upon the state and central governments to include Reiki in the list of alternative modes of treatment. He feels that such a step will go a long way in treating lakhs of patients to find solaces, who otherwise are not being cured completely by other forms of medication. Reiki left out from Ayush: Although the Union Government has brought Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy under the purview of AYUSH, however, Reiki continues to be leftover from the list. Interestingly, there are lakhs of Reiki practitioners across the country and the system is also said to have cured several chronic diseases. Medical Graduate becomes a Reiki healer: In fact, Dr Madhusudan K.Ranebennur is a medical graduate specializing in the treatment of chest ailments. But, thanks to a peculiar problem he underwent and after failing to find a solution in modern medicine, he drifted away to Reiki healing. Now he is a successful Reik

Diabetes can be cured, challenges Reiki healer Dr Madhusudan KR

Dr Madhusudan KR has been practising Reiki, Hypnotherapy, Mexican Healing, Psychic Surgery, Melchizedek Healing... since 1995 and there has been no looking back from then onwards. Despite being a medical graduate having specialized in treating chest diseases, thanks to a peculiar problem finding permanent relief through Reiki he switched over to practising energy medicine. Not only he has been treating but also teaching people as he informs of having successfully treated more than 1,50,000 chronic cases. He tells of having conducted more than 5,000 seminars training more than 120,000 students across the country in Reiki and other healing methods. Some of the great personalities treated by him include the late Kannada matinee idol Dr Rajkumar, late Kannada superstar Dr Vishnuwardhan, and late Guinness book of records holder for the highest number of eye surgeries Dr MC Modi, late veteran Kannada comedian M Shivaram, and Kannada actor Srinath, among many others. In a candid conversation,