India’s 8 best online medicine ordering websites

good platform to order your medicine onlineThis is the age of online shopping and medicines too can now be bought through online portals. So no longer you need to go around searching for medical stores and nor you need to stand in lines. Order your prescription drugs, Over-the-counter drugs, child care products, wellness products from online stores.  You just need to upload your prescriptions, select quantity, provide shipment details and you will get them delivered at doorsteps at great discounted price. This is very much helpful for senior citizens, people on regular drugs and busy parents.



Practo is a good platform to order your medicine online. According to them they have the widest range of medicines online, sourced from trusted network of pharmacies and medical stores. One could download Practo app on to their phones and get their service on the go. One could avail their service across 100 cities in India.



Netmeds is owned by Dadha & Company.  They are one of India’s most trusted pharmacies, with over 100 years’ experience in dispensing quality medicine. In addition to prescription drugs, one could order wellness products, vitamins, diet/fitness supplements, herbal products, pain relievers, diabetic care kits, baby/mother care products, beauty care products and surgical supplies. There service can be availed by people living in even tier 2 and 3 cities.



MedPlusMart is one-stop shop for all your OTC and general product needs. From MedplusMart, one can buy products in three ways. 1) Online shopping – Place order online and get products delivered at home, 2) Click and Pick option – Select drugs over online and pick them from MedplusMart of your choice. You can choose your shop from a total of around 1400 stores. 3) Receive a Call back option – You can upload your prescription and MedplusMart customer Representative will call and confirm the order.

1 mg

1 mg

1 mg was founded in 2012 as HealthkartPlus. It was renamed to 1 mg in April 2015. Prashant Tandon, is the CEO and founder of 1mg. In addition to prescription drugs, wellness products, vitamins, diet/fitness supplements, one could order ayurvedic and homeopathic medicines. They help in even identifying generic substitutes, which are more affordable. 1 mg has more than one crore users. The website also has good content on health curated by reputed doctors.



PharmEasy is an online one-stop shop for all drugs and wellness products. This Mumbai based firm was launched in 2015. They deliver medicines across 710 plus cities including Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Pune, Bengaluru, Jaipur, Thane and Ahmedabad. The website also has good content on health and wellness.

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12 Benefits of eating Mango : Mango Nutrition

12 Benefits of eating Mango
The risk of developing asthma is lower in people who consume beta-carotene, found in mangoes

Mangoes are in !….. They are just not juicy and yummy, but can can help to decrease the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease and overall mortality,  and can promote healthy complexion and hair, and increase energy.  It is the national fruit of India and the Philippines, and the national tree of Bangladesh.

The risk of developing asthma is lower in people who consume beta-carotene, found in mangoes

Mangoes, help to prevent constipation  because of their fiber and water content and promote healthy digestive tract

Feed your kids mangoes. They can boost memory and concentration power as they are rich in glutamine acid,  an important amino acid for concentration and memory.

Mango nutrition

Mangoes contain large amounts of vitamin C and vitamin A  along with 25 different kinds of carotenoids, that can strengthen immune system

The high levels of fiber, vitamin C, and pectin present in mango help to lower bad LDL cholesterol in the body

Mangoes can aid weight loss, as they are low in calories and does not contain any sodium or fat. Mangoes can be a healthy snack substitute

It is also helpful to treat heartburn due to an enzyme present in it, which soothes the stomach

Eating mangoes regularly can help to avoid night blindness, refractive error, dry eye, softening of the cornea, itching and burning eyes

Mangoes are too good for pregnant women as it contains high amounts of vitamins A, B6 and C, folic acid, iron, and potassium

12 Benefits of eating Mango
Mangoes can aid weight loss, as they are low in calories and does not contain any sodium or fat

Mangoes rich in carotenoids can help to protect the body from lung and oral cavity cancers 

Clinical trial studies suggest that  antioxidant compounds in mangoes can protect against breast and colon cancer

Gallic acid which is the most abundant polyphenol in mango have anti-inflammatory and chemopreventive effects 

Treat yourself this season with Raw mango juice

Ingredients: Chopped Raw Mangoes, Honey and Water

Add in chopped pieces of green mango, water, and a teaspoon of honey into a juicer. Drinking this juice cools down body

But be watchful….

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5 Toxins in your Kitchen and How can you avoid it

5 Toxins in your Kitchen
Children and Pregnant Women are at high risk, But it can affect anybody

Did you know that hormone or endocrine disruptors present in personal care products, cleaning products, non-stick cookware, plastics can disrupt growth, development and reproduction, and may even cause serious neurological and immune-system failures.

Endocrine disruptors are those chemicals that mimic or look like hormones in our body, including the female sex hormone estrogen, the male sex hormone androgen, and thyroid hormones. They block or alter hormonal signals within our body and wreak havoc.

Children and Pregnant Women are at high risk, But it can affect anybody

Toxins in Kitchen
Health problems caused by Endocrine Disruptors

Who would want a synthetic chemical to get inside the body and disrupt body’s normal functions?

But truth is, eliminating them from our system is way too difficult. Endocrine disruptors are present everywhere,  secretly present inside thousands of products which we use every day, such as food, personal care products, sunscreen, perfume, antibacterial washes, household cleaners, laundry products, vinyl shower curtains, plastic toys, electronics, household dust and germ sprays.

Let’s have a close look at top 5 Endocrine disruptors. Also let me help you with tips to avoid them.

Toxins in Kitchen
Toxins in Kitchen
  1. Phthalates:

Phthalates are added to plastics to make them more durable and flexible. Phthalates are also used in cosmetics and personal care products, including perfume, hair spray, soap, shampoo, nail polish, and skin moisturizers. They are also found in consumer products such as flexible plastic and vinyl toys, shower curtains, wallpaper, food packaging, and plastic wrap. Phthalates find their way inside our body by even consuming food that comes wrapped in containers made of phthalates or even breathing in air from room with wallpaper or phthalate containing flooring tiles.

How to avoid it:

  • Avoid plastic food containers
  • Opt for phthalate free cosmetic products
  • Say no to plastic toys for kids
  • Read the product labels clearly when you buy personal care products
  1. BPA or bisphenol A

BPA is present in water bottles, baby bottles, dental fillings, dental devices, medical devices, eyeglass lenses, DVDs and CDs, household electronic items, mobile devices and sports equipment. They are also used to coat the inside of food and drinks cans.

How to avoid it:

  • Say no to plastic water bottles
  • Look for BPA free containers and bottles in case you need to use plastic ones
  • Better skip the receipts, since thermal paper is often coated with BPA
  • Avoid plastics marked with “PC,” for polycarbonate
  1. Perfluorinated compounds

Perfluorinated compoundsperfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) are the most prevalent PFCs. It is this PFOA we find in non-stick cookware’s. They are also found in fast food wrappers, microwave popcorn bags, disposable paper plates, stain-resistant carpets, carpet cleaning solutions, windshield washing fluid and fire-fighting foam, as well as in some adhesives, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, electronics and cleaning products. PFCs have been linked to a wide range of health effects, including weight gain, liver toxicity, increased neonatal mortality, abnormal mammary gland development, altered thyroid hormones etc.

How to avoid it:

  • Say no to Non-stick pans and pots
  • If you prefer using non-stick cookware, do not allow it to cross 232degreeC
  • Do not opt for clothing, furniture and carpets with water-resistant coatings
  • Say no to microwave popcorns
  • Say no to furniture and carpets that are marketed as “stain-resistant”
  • Avoid personal products that include the words ”fluoro” or ”perfluoro”, especially look for them in eye shadow, foundation, facial powder, bronzer, and blush
  1. Dioxins

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Can Plants grow without Soil ?

Heard of Film Farming, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, Aeroponics
Heard of Film Farming, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, Aeroponics

What do you think…can we grow plants without soil. If it is possible then farmers would be able to grow more food in less space. We could then grow plants on terrace and building tops and that also without mess.

Truth is researchers have discovered hundreds of years ago that the function of soil is simply to hold mineral nutrients close to plant roots and soil in itself isn’t necessary for plant growth. What they need is only water and nutrients. Great….So it is really possible to grow plants without soil….lets understand how to do that, so that we all could grow plants on our terrace and balconies.

Heard of Film Farming, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, Aeroponics….Truth is these farming method take up less water and provide us with much more healthier version of fruits and vegetables process as it eliminates weeds, bacteria and soil-borne pests. Also you can grow them year round…..!



Hydroponics: image

Hydroponics  is the  technique  of growing  plants  in soil-less  condition  with  their  roots  immersed  in  nutrient  solution. They grow with or without the use of an artificial medium  like sand, gravel, vermiculite, rockwool, perlite, peatmoss, coir, or sawdust. Compared to growing plants in soil, Hydroponic growing allows to control the nutrient levels for plants directly. Because of the higher control over nutrients, hydroponically grown plants generally have a much higher yield than similar plants grown in soil. This method is good to grow lettuce, tomato, bell pepper. Vegetables that grow beneath the soil, such as onions, leeks, carrots, potatoes, yams and radishes will also grow very well hydroponically.


Aquaponics : image

Aquaponics is all about growing Fishes and Plants together. The fish waste provides an organic food source for the plants, and the plants naturally filter the water for the fish.

Aquaponics = Hydroponics + Aquaculture

So what essentially need to be done….Feed the Fish!

One can set up an Aquaponic system anywhere; outside, in a greenhouse, in basement, or in living room. The fish used includes tilapia and barramundi because they tolerate better diverse water conditions and they grow fast. Aquaponics is suitable to grow small vegetables like  Lettuce, kale, watercress, mint, herbs, radishes and spinach.


Heard of Film Farming, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, Aeroponics
Aeroponics : image

Aeroponics is another indoor plantation system. In this plants are suspended in air with roots hanging and they are regularly nourished by spraying with nutrients and water solution. Because the roots are enclosed, less nutrient-water mix is needed for plants to grow and thrive. Aeroponics is a great way to save space as one can grow them either horizontally or vertically. It is suitable to grow fruits, vegetables and herbs in apartments.

Film Farming

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Scientists have discovered organ number 80: “Interstitium”

Neil D. Theise
Neil D. Theise

Researchers have discovered a completely new human organ, which they named “Interstitium”. Scientist believes that this organ may play a role in cancer. This discovery is happening exactly after an year after the discovery of organ number 79 Mesentery.

The organ “interstitium” is a mesh-like layer made up of collagen and fluid-filled compartments.  The interstitium exists within connective tissue, beneath the skin. Earlier it was considered as a part of connective tissue. This organ surrounds several other organs and could be body’s largest organ, researchers said.

The interstitium may be functioning as a “shock absorber”, protecting other organs, muscles and vessels. It’s believed the organ may also help cancerous cells spread throughout the body.

A routine endoscopy performed by Dr David Carr-Locke and Dr Petros Benias while investigating a patient’s bile duct, searching for signs of cancer accidentally discovered this organ. They approached Neil Theise, a pathologist and team at New York University School of Medicine which led to finding of this new organ.

Organ number 80; “Interstitium” : image source

This new organ would allow scientists to develop new tests for cancer.

Read the original article: Structure and Distribution of an Unrecognized Interstitium in Human Tissues

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Love your Lungs : Facts, Fitness and Food

Love your Lungs : Facts, Fitness and Food

How much do we know about the humble organ Lungs. We rarely acknowledge the hard work done by this organ. The truth is, if we fail to receive oxygen for a total of 4 minutes our brain cells begins to die and it can be fatal….. High time we take this organ seriously.

Lung Facts:

The right lung is a little wider but shorter than left lung as it need to leave space for Liver

A man’s lungs can hold more air than a woman’s 

Even healthy people without any chronic lung disease uses only 70 percent of the possible lung capacity

Love your Lungs : Facts, Fitness and Food

Adults typically takes around 20,000 breaths a day with 15 to 20 breaths a minute

The average time an adult can hold his or her breath is between 30 to 60 seconds

There are about 600 million alveoli in lungs. If we stretched all of them out, they would be about the size of a tennis court

A newborn normally breathes about 40 times each minute 

Love your Lungs : Facts, Fitness and Food

The lungs are the only organs in the human body to float on water

Air has 21 percent oxygen and the body only needs 5 percent of it

It’s possible to live with even one lungs.  Many people around the world live with just one lung

In India, breathing problem is more prevalent in females compared to males

Love your Lungs : Facts, Fitness and Food

200 different viruses are out there which can cause common cold and irritate lungs

Breathing and respiration is not the same…..

Respiration is different from breathing. Breathing is the process of inhaling oxygen and exhaling carbon dioxide done by the nose. Whereas  Respiration is the process of breaking down oxygen so that it can be used by body cells for creating energy. So if we sum up breathing is a part of respiration.

Lungs and Diseases

Diseases and conditions that affect our lungs can be broadly divided into two – Infectious diseases like  influenza, bacterial pneumonia, enterovirus respiratory virus; and chronic diseases, such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Lung cancer.

How to Keep your Lungs in Shape

Keep Pollutants and Dusts Away

Exposure to pollutants and dusts in the air can damage lungs and can accelerate aging. Though when we are young and strong, we can easily resist these toxins, as we get older we lose resistance and become more vulnerable to infections and disease.

  • Try not to go outside during peak times or wear mask
  • Take all possible safety precautions if you are working in construction, mining or waste management industry
  • Dust your furniture and home at least once a week
  • Avoid synthetic air fresheners and candles which can further irritate lungs
  • Opt for organic cleaning products

Exercise for Lungs

Everyday activities we perform only uses lungs to 50% of its full capacity. So it’s essential to challenge the lungs with more intense activity. Include some simple breathing techniques as part of your exercise regime. Best thing is these exercises can be used by people who are experiencing lung problems like asthma, emphysema and chronic bronchitis, as well as healthy individuals

  • Diaphragmatic breathing or Belly Breathing
  • Simple deep breathing
  • Pursed Lip Breathing
  • Rib Cage Breathing

Quit Smoking

Smoking is the worst thing one can do to their lungs and body.  Cigarette smoke is a noxious mix of more than 4800 chemicals, 69 of which have been linked to cancer. Smoking up the risk of lung cancer and also it causes COPD.  Inhaling somebody else’s cigarette smoke is just as bad as smoking.

Foods That May Help You Breathe Better

Food for better lung health

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10 High Tech Tools for Your New age Indian Kitchen

10 High Tech Tools for Your New age Indian Kitchen
10 High Tech Tools for Your New age Indian Kitchen

Cooking is no longer about good knife and a set of pans. Like in any other field, technology is changing the face of kitchen too. Are you looking to make your cooking a little faster, or are you tired with old pans and pots…..check this post out. You will for sure find something of interest for your kitchen too.

Rotimatic Robotic Roti Maker

This is one tool which every household would love to have – automatic roti maker. This one measures, mixes, kneads, flattens, cooks, puffs and serves you hot rotis….just like that. It can be used to make any kind of flat bread. The good news is you can buy it from

Rotimatic Robotic Roti Maker
Rotimatic Robotic Roti Maker

Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker with WeMo

You can start cooking even if you are at work. WeMo technology makes it possible to control your cook pot from anywhere. WeMo uses wifi or mobile network to control home electronics from phone. The app provides options to monitor cooking time, allows to change cooking temperature, adjust cook-time up or down, shift to warm setting or even turn off the slow Cooker. This pot can be managed without the app as well.

Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker with WeMo
Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker with WeMo

Hello Egg

The Hello Egg is an AI-powered kitchen assistant that will help you to cook. It is a voice activated countertop assistant and it can project cooking videos and build grocery lists. As the name suggests, it looks like an egg timer. You can ask hello egg for any recipe and it will play the video with proper instructions. It’s like Siri or Alexa….but for kitchen. The Egg also offers music streaming, weather forecasts, reminders, and audio news feeds. If you are new to cooking or get your kitchen into a mess, you must get one of these egg. Though this product is yet to make its foray into market, you can check out its details here

Hello Egg
Hello Egg

Monday Mug

This is a magic mug or Heat sensitive mug. The paint coated over this mug is heat sensitive, so when something hot is poured into the cup, it changes its color and once temperature drops, it gets back to its old looks. This happens due to Thermochromism.  Thermochromism is the property of certain materials to change their own color in response to a change in temperature. So go ahead and get your magic mug and surprise your guests or get one for yourself. Now even mugs are available wherein you could insert your family picture. Image will appear only when you add hot coffee, tea or water.

Monday Mug
Monday Mug

Air Fryer

Air fryer is in the market for some time. Just thought of adding it to this list as it gives an option for people to eat crisps and chips without guilt. With air fryer one can get nice food with crisp exterior and moist interior and that also without the need of too much oil. In air fryer basically hot air circulates all around the food and cooks it from inside. You can cook food at a fraction of time in comparison to oven.

Air Fryer
Air Fryer

Digital Nutrition Scale

Are you a health freak or are you in the process of getting fit and healthy. Then you must get this nutrition scale for sure. In addition to providing details on calories, carbohydrate, protein and fat content it also provides details on sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium and vitamin K. Place your food on the balance, enter the food code (based on codes provided in the manual) and that’s it….the scale will give you nutrient information based on product weight.

Digital Nutrition Scale
Digital Nutrition Scale

Digital Smart Multicooker 

It can replace a stove, an oven, a fryer, a yogurt maker, a bread maker and a steamer. You can cook main dishes, side dishes, soups and porridges. It can help you in saving lot of your kitchen space. Temperature can be set between 40 10 160 degree C. It can be programmed for 12 minutes to 12 hours. It provides 3D heating. It can even heat up preecooked food and can keep food warm for 24 hours.

Digital Smart Multicooker
Digital Smart Multicooker

Electric Potato Peeler

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Why Indians should be worried about Superbugs ?

antibiotic resistance and superbugs in India

India on one side is world’s biggest consumer of antibiotics and on other side in India antibiotic resistant superbugs are on the rise. In India, antibiotic-resistant infections in new born babies alone claim 60,000 lives each year.  News hit headlines when last year a woman from US died after being infected by a superbug  named carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), a multidrug-resistant organism (resistant to a total of 14 antibiotics) during her visit to India. If we go by research reports, one in every four samples of Escherichia coli and all samples of Klebsiella pneumonia in India will be resistant to key last-resort antibiotics by 2030.

Antibiotic Resistance and Superbugs in India

The scary point is, it can affect anyone, of any age. If urgent action is not taken, we will soon head back to ‘post-antibiotic era’ where lives were lost to small infections & minor injuries.

Antibiotic resistance has become one of the biggest threats to health, especially in developing countries like India. Microorganisms are becoming resistant to the antibiotics used to treat the infections they cause, leading to longer illnesses & more deaths. Benefits of advanced medical treatments such as chemotherapy & major surgery will be completely lost. Already a growing list of infections like pneumonia, tuberculosis, blood poisoning & gonorrhoea are becoming difficult to treat.

The current antibiotic resistance crisis is the result of:

  1. over-prescribing & dispensing of antibiotics
  2. misuse of antibiotics by patients
  3. over-use & misuse of antibiotics in livestock, fish farming & on plants
  4. lack of new antibiotics being developed
  5. poor infection control in hospitals, clinics & farms
  6. lack of toilets & proper sewage disposal

It’s just not humans who are over using antibiotics, but livestock’s too. If we have to believe they are used  more each year on healthy animals than on sick humans. Tetracycline, penicillin, erythromycin, and other antimicrobials that are important in human use are used extensively in the absence of disease in today’s livestock production.

Antibiotic makers are also contributing towards drug resistance. It is estimated that 80% of the antibiotics sold by multinational pharmaceutical companies in the global market are manufactured in India and China. It was alarming to learn that a drug factory in India was found to have the same level of antibiotics in its wastewater as in the blood of a person under treatment for severe infection.

In India antibiotic resistant superbugs are on the rise.

What can we do to avoid this situation from becoming worse

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Secondary Infertility : What is it and Why does it happen

Secondary Infertility : What is it and Why does it happen
Female Reproductive age is the main culprit. With age, chance of getting pregnant naturally diminishes

‘Secondary infertility’ adds up to about 20-30 per cent cases of total infertility cases that happens in India. As per reports  instances of women facing problems getting pregnant for the second time is a growing concern especially in urban India.

I already have a child, so why can’t I get pregnant again?……you are facing Secondary Infertility

We have a kind of thought process that goes like, if you succeed with first pregnancy then it would happen naturally second time too….but this not be the case. The fact is, it is extremely difficult for couples to believe that they will have to take some medical intervention to become parents again.

Secondary Infertility is defined as “When a woman is unable to bear a child, either due to the inability to become pregnant or the inability to carry a pregnancy to a live birth following either a previous pregnancy or a previous ability to carry a pregnancy to a live birth.”

So this includes women

Who repeatedly and spontaneously miscarry

Whose pregnancy results in a stillbirth

Are unable to carry pregnancy to a live birth (failed/successful first pregnancy)

Secondary infertility:  Why does it happen?

Female Reproductive age is the main culprit. With age, chance of  getting pregnant naturally diminishes. Women are born with all of the eggs (oocytes) they will ever have. As women age their ovarian reserve diminishes, which means that their egg quantity and quality decreases with time.

Status of the pelvic organs. Presence of fibroid or a polyp in uterus could be the trouble maker

About one-third of infertility cases are related to male infertility. It could be due to low or absent sperm count, problems with sperm shape or problems with sperm motility

Weight too could be the problem. Being over or underweight alters ovulation in women. It also can impact sperm health in men.

Lifestyle diseases like diabetes, blood pressure, cardiovascular problems and even depression can lead to secondary infertility

The everyday stress of being a parent can also be a contributing factor. Sleep deprivation,  busy household, managing a toddler  all can add to it.

Secondary infertility

Secondary Infertility Treatment Options

Treatment option does not mean head straight to IVF clinic. The truth is many fertility treatment options are available like infertility medications to intrauterine insemination. But the key point is more you delay, more difficult it’s going to be. Medical team suggests that couple should meet fertility specialist if they are unable to get pregnant again after six months of trying if they are over 35, or one year of trying if they are under 35. 

Very much like primary infertility, secondary infertility screening will also include looking for hormonal, environmental, immunological and physiological causes.

Semen Analysis – Male patients will have to go for semen analysis to determine motility and sperm count

Female check up – This would include ultrasounds to determine whether ovulation and egg release is happening normally,  X-ray to look for blocked fallopian tubes etc

Once detailed check up and discussion are carried out expert could suggest the treatment procedure.

This could start with

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A teaspoon less of salt, sugar and oil

"A teaspoon less of salt, sugar and oil" for better health
“A teaspoon less of salt, sugar and oil” for better health

“A teaspoon less of salt, sugar and oil — that’s the Indian Medical Association’s mantra for tackling lifestyle diseases”. This title reminded me of the video “Salt, Sugar and Oil: What You Need to Know” by Michael Klaper, M.D. There are two significant reasons why we should control our Salt, Sugar and Oil intake.

Reason 1 – New age life threatening lifestyle diseases like obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and chronic kidney disease is linked back to excessive eating of salt, sugar and oil.

Reason 2 – Salt, sugar and oil leads to food addiction. The more we eat, the more we want, also called “Pleasure Trap”.

All about Salt

Salt or sodium chloride is an essential mineral to life. Sodium is essential to control the body fluid, maintains electrolyte balance, and is an integral part of nerve and muscle function. But consuming too much salt constricts blood vessels, which is dangerous because this makes heart to work extra hard. It also increases the risk of heart disease, heart failure, stroke, and kidney disease. Edema is another side effect of excess salt intake. A high salt intake can cause calcium losses through the urine, which can increase the risk of osteoporosis. A high salt diet during childhood could increase the risk of stomach cancer by damaging the stomach lining and increasing the growth of the bacteria Helicobacter pylori, asthma by increasing bronchial reactivity and kidney disease by increasing protein urea.

Teaspoon less of Salt:

If you intend to add salt to your food, add it at the table and not while cooking

Never add extra salt to your snacks and chats

Replace salt wherever possible with lemon juice other salt-free seasonings and flavored vinegars

All about Sugar

The scary thing about sugar is that, it’s difficult to weed it out from us,  It’s addictive and toxic…. like a drug. In addition to causing  increase in obesity, diabetes and heart disease, sugar causes mood swings, fatigue, headaches, sagging skin, gum disease and tooth decay.

Teaspoon less of Sugar:

Ditch sugar in tea and coffee

Opt for sugar free snacks like popcorn

Use natural substitutes of sugar (Do not recommend artificial sweeteners)

Cross check food labels when you buy processed food

Salt, Sugar and Oil
“A teaspoon less of salt, sugar and oil — that’s the Indian Medical Association’s mantra for tackling lifestyle diseases”

All about Oil

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