Things to Know in Lupus

What’s next for people with lupus
No one knows why lupus occurs, or how to prevent or cure it. But researchers finally are making headway, and a surge in better diagnostic techniques and treatment methods has led to more effective management of the disease and its complications

Lupus Research Institute and other scientists continue to […]

World Lupus Day!

ABOUT LUPUS

Lupus—systemic lupus erythematosus—is a chronic and often disabling autoimmune disease.

The prevalence reported in India is 3 per 100,000 which is much lower figure reported than western data (124 per 100,000 in USA while 12.5 per 100,000 population in UK).
No Two Cases Are Alike

No two cases of lupus are alike. Some people develop […]

Building Muscle Easily With These Moves

The old reliable exercises are fine for producing old reliable results. But if you want a physique that’s better than the body you have now, you need exercises that do more for you than the ones that took you to this point. Luckily for you (and your muscles), trainers and scientists across the continent […]

Euphorbia Prostata Cures Hemorrhoids

Euphorbia Prostata Cures Hemorrhoids

Many suffer from it silently, without telling anyone about it. Piles, or swollen blood vessels in and around the anus and lower rectum that stretch under pressure symptomized most commonly by bleeding, is still considered a taboo subject. With fast-paced progress in medical science, however, piles is now being recognized more […]

12 Ways To Add Fiber To Any Diet

Legumes

1. Split Peas
Fiber: 16.3 grams per cup, cooked.
A staple in Indian cooking, split peas form a terrific, protein-rich base for soups, stews, and dals. This South Asian recipe is the best kind of comfort food: healthy, satisfying, and super filling.

2. Lentils
Fiber: 15.6 grams per cup, cooked.
Lentils are kitchen all-stars — they take less time to cook […]

Curried Quinoa With Blueberries And Snap Peas

Serves 8
30 minutes or fewer

Curry powder is  a mix of spices such as Coriander, Turmeric, Fenugreek, and Ground chili; a wonderful complement to the sweetness of blueberries.

2 Tbs. plus 2 tsp. coconut oil, divided
2 cups quinoa, rinsed and drained
3 Tbs. curry powder
1 pinch salt, optional
1 medium shallot, finely chopped (¼ cup)
1 ½ cups fresh […]

How To Take Care Of Your Liver In Diabetes?

Diabetes tends to increase risk of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.

Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease may be present in nearly half of all Diabetes patients. Obesity, high cholesterol and high blood pressure, increase your risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Fatty liver disease may not cause any symptoms. But it may increase risk of developing liver […]

Preventing Osteoporosis

Building of bones mass begins in childhood and continues throughout the young age till peak bone mass is attained (approx. 30 years). Hence, to build up stronger bones it is best to initiate preventive measures right from the childhood.

However, it is never too late to start taking precautions. Proper diet, exercise and lifestyle measures […]

Frequently Asked On Diabetes

Q: Can I include some sweets in my meals?
A: You should avoid commercially available sweets and desserts (especially cakes, pastries, ice-creams, processed cheese, khoa and khoa based products). If your diabetes is well controlled, you can have sweets having non-nutritive sweeteners and low fat products like skimmed milk, with your doctor’s permission.

Q: I have […]

Healthy Eating For Diabetes

Simple dietary modifications can help a lot in maintaining the optimal blood sugar (glucose) levels. A proper diet puts you in the driver’s seat in your journey towards diabetes control.

While making a diet plan, you should keep the following points in mind:

Calorie intake- It is essential for you to take a well-balanced diet (i.e. […]