Blogs tagged with doctor,
- *Health and Nutrition Facts*
A website created with all information on health and nutrition. Topics range from weight loss diets to alternative herbal medicine. This site is updated every week, so remember to subscribe for the newsletter and come back soon.Added on Jan 7, 2009 | 1714 Views |
- 10 Guidelines on Correct Healthy Eating
The nutritional suggestions that follow are not meant to replace any other diet information you may be pursuing. In fact, if you’re interested in cleaning up your eating habits, I encourage you to speak with a well-trained nutritionist or health care professional. Another option is to read some of the more credible nutrition books out there.
When it comes to food, I know all too well how easy it is to read about the correct course to take but how hard it can be to shift your relationship with food and change your daily eating habits. Like so many people, I work hard to maintain my appropriate weight and have a tendency toward compulsive eating. This shocks people, because they often assume that a life committed to weight loss removes one from the common pitfalls and challenges of being human. I assure you it doesn’t, and can prove it: My greatest adversaries are Doritos and Frito Lays!
Being a holistic medical doctor, I recommend that patients ask themselves a critical question before every meal: “Is this what I would eat if my life depended on it?” Let me point out that it always does! With this advisory in mind, I offer the following guidelines for healthy eating:
1. Do not eat to the brim.
The Yoga approach for eating properly is to fill your stomach with half food, one quarter water, and one quarter air. This ensures you will leave the table satisfied but not too full, without that bloated feeling. (You should never have to loosen your belt to feel com fortable while or after eating.)
2. Eat in a relaxed, calm, and stress-free environment.
Avoid eating when you are upset, anxious, or rushed. Eliminate such distractions as TV, reading, and confrontational encounters.
3. Eat less.
As we get older, our metabolism tends to slow down, and we need fewer calories to maintain our health and weight. But learning to eat less cannot be accomplished by following the latest fad diet. It simply means that over time, you will benefit from slowly training yourself to choose smaller portions of healthier foods and to walk away when you’re not quite full.
4. Chew well.
Efficient digestion is crucial to overall good health, and the digestive process starts in the mouth.
5. Fast a little bit each day.
The ancient Yoga philosophy suggested fasting for several days on end, which is not practical for our modern-day lifestyles. However, refraining from eating for three to four hours before you sleep is a healthy way to avoid heartburn, which can be uncomfortable and damage your esophagus and throat. You could also concentrate on fasting between meals—skipping the snacks in between (unless your doctor recommends otherwise). You’ll receive hunger signals when your body genuinely needs more nutrients, along with messages from your body about what nutrients it really needs. This helps you get in tune with your body.
6. Eat regularly and don’t skip meals.
Eating a good healthy breakfast is a great way to start off your day, to enhance clear thinking and energize you for Yoga and other physical activities.
7. Go slowly.
After each bite or two, put your utensils down and ask your self: Am I still hungry?
8. Choose a wide variety of foods.
Have at least five servings of fruits or vegetables every day as recommended by most nutritionists.
9. Emphasize whole foods and avoid prepackaged foods.
Try to avoid processed meats (such as sausage, bacon, and ham) as well as foods with additives and artificial ingredients, which can be detrimental to your health.
Drink a lot of regular water – from the tap or filtered water free of impurities.
Just remember that with every step you take toward healthier eating habits, your life will be enhanced. Whatever relief you’re seeking, whatever physical, mental, and emotional changes you’re after — they are likely to become reality much sooner if your food choices are consistent with good health practices.
Note: Feel free to republish this article on your own blog or website but please copy paste the below ‘Author Credits’ and include it at the bottom of your post or page. Thank you.
Dr. Sunita Banerji received her MBBS degree from The Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, one of India’s leading Medical Institutes and received her DGO credentials in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1982. She started her successful Aesthetic Medicine practice in Lokhandwala, in 1989 after undergoing extensive training in London. She was far ahead of her time in starting this type of practice in India. Eternesse – the Best Hair Loss Clinic Mumbai - her brainchild helps treat major medical problems related to lifestyle, aging and cosmetic treatments and surgery.Added on Apr 16, 2012 | 1878 Views |
- APP Endorses New Meningococcal Vaccination
MCV is recommended for all children at their routine preadolescent check-up at 11-12 years of age. For those who never got a dose previously, a dose is recommended at high school entry or at about age 15 years.Added on May 17, 2008 | 1018 Views |
- Articles of Health by Dr. Pat Nardini, Naturopathic Doctor
Dr. Pat Nardini, Naturopathic Doctor and Thyroid Specialist offers expert insight into preventing and treating health conditions with a natural approach to medicine and lifestyle choices. Follow Dr. Nardini and learn how to take back your optimal health.
Added on Dec 28, 2013 | 726 Views |
- Ayurveda School Blog
Our Ayurveda School is a unique healthcare facility, combining the strengths and knowledge of both traditional western and alternative medicine in a holistic manner.Added on Aug 21, 2008 | 1070 Views |
- Baby Bottle Tooth Decay
Baby bottle tooth decay is caused by prolonged contact with almost any liquid other than water. The condition can stem from putting your baby to bed with a bottle of formula, milk, juice, soda.Added on Dec 26, 2007 | 984 Views |
- Body Swelling - Causes and Treatment
Swelling is normal and is a normal process of the body healing itself and you should not worry too much. If there is a cut or an open wound then you should treat it with an antiseptic. Other than that the swelling is normal and will subside in a few days.Added on Apr 24, 2009 | 784 Views |
- Brain Enhancement News
The Smartkit website strives to bring you expert, up-to-date information on how achieve brain enhancement.Added on Jun 13, 2006 | 1285 Views |
- Causes of vomiting in Infants
Vomiting often has a benefit since it provides a way for the body to get rid of potentially harmful substances. However, medications and methods to induce vomiting are no longer recommended, even if an infant or child has ingested a harmful substance.Added on Jun 22, 2009 | 642 Views |
- Center of Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Excellence
Trust the experienced physicians at the Center of Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Excellence in West Jordan for caring orthopedics and sports medicine. Our compassionate orthopedic specialists and surgeons have the expertise to help you achieve excellent rehabilitation and health.Added on Oct 2, 2017 | 287 Views |
- Clinic Management System
The Doctor and Clinic Management System Software is the cloud based clinic management system from the Summit Tech. It assists the hospital’s administrative staff in monitoring and streamlining organization’s activities. A Cloud based software solution is easy to implement. It is economical when compared against the solutions that makes the user invest in hardware, IT staff and the proprietary softwares.Added on Mar 4, 2015 | 805 Views |
- Derek Vitalio's Corner
Derek Vitalio, one of the foremost PUAs and dating advisors today discusses seduction, dating, sex, and relationships in this up and coming seduction and relationships site. Powerful content for anyone learning or perfecting his game.Added on Sep 3, 2008 | 968 Views |
- Diabetes Watch Blog
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disorder which causes the body to attack the beta cellsAdded on Apr 18, 2009 | 894 Views |
- Do's and Don'ts
Short useful do's and don’ts for several diseases to get cured easily and stay healthy with improved medical conditionsAdded on Nov 10, 2017 | 312 Views |
- DocRep Blog - Read Articles about Doctor Reputation Management
DocRep Blog - Read Articles about Doctor Reputation Management, how to remove my name from Google, doctor ratings and review, and more.
Added on Jul 10, 2013 | 701 Views |
- Doctor Jokes Humor and Satire
Doctor Jokes, Humor and SatireAdded on Jan 30, 2008 | 706 Views |
- Doctor Mercola Blog with Reliable Natural Health Articles
Doctor Mercola blog provides only the hottest natural health articles that give reliable information and beneficial truths on any of your health concerns.Added on Jul 13, 2010 | 675 Views |
- Doctor Salary
A Snapshot of Physician Incomes and Salaries in USA and all around the world, along with Lifestyle and other issues sprinkled with other things funny and interesting The Blog serves as a good reference for medical students and medical graduates planning their career as physicians !Added on Aug 9, 2011 | 958 Views |
- Doctor Who by James
Doctor WhoAdded on Dec 7, 2009 | 917 Views |
- Doctors Oklahoma
Finding a doctor that cares for you and your family might seem archaic now but was the norm a few decades ago.Added on Jul 19, 2013 | 647 Views |