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One of the most significant medical breakthroughs of the end of this century is the discovery of insulin’s role in health and disease. Insulin, sometimes referred to as the sugar-processing hormone, is critical for glucose metabolism, storage and maintenance.  When high insulin and blood sugar levels prevail, lipogenesis (fat production and storage) and triglyceride synthesis are also stimulated. To compound the problem, there is evidence that high insulin levels trigger the hypothalamus (the “master gland”) to send hunger signals. As a result, the insulin resistant person not only feels hungry more often, but produces and deposits fat more readily than healthy individuals.

Causes:

  • Increase insulin level in blood
  • Genetic transmission
  • Improperly food method

Symptoms:

  • Hungry more often
  • Frequently passing urine
  • Body weakness.

Diagnosis:

  • Avoid sweet foods, cool drinks, fast food, and oily items.
  • Take healthy foods (ragi, wheat instead for rice)
  • Do good exercises and meditation.

Ingredients:

  1. Sesame seeds.
  2. Butter milk.

Natural Remedies:

  • Sesame seeds are may be most famous as a decoration on hamburger buns (Aqua Hulled Sesame) but have a wide range of uses in a great variety of different foods. Sesame seeds are rich in oil, proteins and vitamins B1 and E and therefore a healthy basis or addition to any recipe.

Take 5mg of sesame seeds. Soak into the water for 3 hours. Seeds color is change to white. Dry it and make powder it. Then take 1 spoon of this powder, mix with butter milk and drink it.

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One of the most significant medical breakthroughs of the end of this century is the discovery of insulin’s role in health and disease. Insulin, sometimes referred to as the sugar-processing hormone, is critical for glucose metabolism, storage and maintenance.  When high insulin and blood sugar levels prevail, lipogenesis (fat production and storage) and triglyceride synthesis are also stimulated. To compound the problem, there is evidence that high insulin levels trigger the hypothalamus (the “master gland”) to send hunger signals. As a result, the insulin resistant person not only feels hungry more often, but produces and deposits fat more readily than healthy individuals.

Causes:

  • Increase insulin level in blood
  • Genetic transmission
  • Improperly food method

Symptoms:

  • Hungry more often
  • Frequently passing urine
  • Body weakness.

Diagnosis:

  • Avoid sweet foods, cool drinks, fast food, and oily items.
  • Take healthy foods (ragi, wheat instead for rice)
  • Do good exercises and meditation

Ingredients:

  1. Aaraik keerai.
  2. Fenugreek seed.

Natural Remedies:

  • Aaraik keerai: A juice made from the leaves is diuretic and febrifuge. It is also used to treat snakebite and applied to abscesses etc. The plant is anti-inflammatory, diuretic, depurative, febrifuge and refrigerant.
  • Fenugreek seeds are a rich source of the polysaccharide galactomannan. They are also a source of saponins such as diosgenin, yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens. Other bioactive constituents of fenugreek include mucilage, volatile oils, and alkaloids such as choline and trigonelline.

Take some fenugreek, soak in aaraikeerai juice. Then dry and powder it. Take 5grams of this powder, eat it twice a day.

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One of the most significant medical breakthroughs of the end of this century is the discovery of insulin’s role in health and disease. Insulin, sometimes referred to as the sugar-processing hormone, is critical for glucose metabolism, storage and maintenance.  When high insulin and blood sugar levels prevail, lipogenesis (fat production and storage) and triglyceride synthesis are also stimulated. To compound the problem, there is evidence that high insulin levels trigger the hypothalamus (the “master gland”) to send hunger signals. As a result, the insulin resistant person not only feels hungry more often, but produces and deposits fat more readily than healthy individuals.

Causes:

  • Increase insulin level in blood
  • Genetic transmission
  • Improperly food method

Symptoms:

  • Hungry more often
  • Frequently passing urine
  • Body weakness.

Diagnosis:

  • Avoid sweet foods, cool drinks, fast food, and oily items.
  • Take healthy foods (ragi, wheat instead for rice)
  • Do good exercises and meditation

Ingredients:

  1. Tanners cassia leaves.
  2. Tanners cassia flowers.
  3. Phyllanthus niruri leaves.
  4. Amla dried stuff .

Natural Remedies:

  • This plant is said to contain a cardiac glucoside (sennapicrin) and sap, leaves and bark yield anthraquinone anthraquinones, while the latter contains tannins. The present study was carried out to evaluate the anti-ulcer activity of cassia auriculata leaf extract against pylorous.
  • The scientists across the world have been attracted towards the anti- viral properties of Phyllanthus niruri. The extract of the plant has been found to cure even acute inflammation of liver. As such it is justified that the extract of this plant can cure Hepatitis caused by viruses of Hepatitis A, and Hepatitis B. The extract of this plant has been found to be clinically effective in the Viral Hepatitis B along current parameters.
  • Amla provides remedies for many diseases so it is widely used in ayurvedic medicines. Gooseberry is very rich in Vitamin C. It contains many minerals and vitamins like Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Carotene and Vitamin B Complex. Amla is also a powerful antioxidant agent.

Take 5 grams of tanners cassia immature leaves, flowers, phyllanthus niruri and amla dried stuff, grind with buttermilk. Then dry it. Take 1/2 grams of this dry powder, mix with buttermilk and drink it everyday morning and evening.

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One of the most significant medical breakthroughs of the end of this century is the discovery of insulin’s role in health and disease. Insulin, sometimes referred to as the sugar-processing hormone, is critical for glucose metabolism, storage and maintenance.  When high insulin and blood sugar levels prevail, lipogenesis (fat production and storage) and triglyceride synthesis are also stimulated. To compound the problem, there is evidence that high insulin levels trigger the hypothalamus (the “master gland”) to send hunger signals. As a result, the insulin resistant person not only feels hungry more often, but produces and deposits fat more readily than healthy individuals.

Causes:

  • Increase insulin level in blood
  • Genetic transmission
  • Improperly food method

Symptoms:

  • Hungry more often
  • Frequently passing urine
  • Body weakness.

Diagnosis:

  • Avoid sweet foods, cool drinks, fast food, and oily items.
  • Take healthy foods (ragi, wheat instead for rice)
  • Do good exercises and meditation

Ingredients:

  1. Neem tree bark.
  2. Arjuna herbs bark.
  3. Tanners cassia flowers.

Natural Remedies:

  • Neem has been used in a variety of ways both for personal and community health. Neem leaves, fruits, flowers and Bark contains antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antinflammatory and also acts as a  contraceptive agent. Neem leaves are now known to contain nimbin, nimbinene acetylnimbinase, nimbandial, nimbolide and quercentin. Tender leaves are effective in parasitic infections. A 10% aqueous extract of tender leaves has been found to posses anti-viral properties.
  • Arjuna is among the most frequently prescribed herbs for cardiovascular health in ayurvedic medicine. The bark of the arjuna tree contains calcium salts, magnesium salts, tannins, and glucosides. It is a stimulant, tonic, and astringent and is used to treat hemorrhages, diarrhea, dysentery, edema, skin problems, and fractures. In addition, it has been found to have antibacterial and antimutagenic properties.
  • This plant is said to contain a cardiac glucoside (sennapicrin) and sap, leaves and bark yield anthraquinone anthraquinones, while the latter contains tannins. The present study was carried out to evaluate the anti-ulcer activity of cassia auriculata leaf extract against pylorous.

Take some bark of Arjuna herbs, neem and tanners cassia flowers. Make its dry powder. Then take 1 grms of this powder, mix with hot water and drink it everyday morning and evening.

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One of the most significant medical breakthroughs of the end of this century is the discovery of insulin’s role in health and disease. Insulin, sometimes referred to as the sugar-processing hormone, is critical for glucose metabolism, storage and maintenance.  When high insulin and blood sugar levels prevail, lipogenesis (fat production and storage) and triglyceride synthesis are also stimulated. To compound the problem, there is evidence that high insulin levels trigger the hypothalamus (the “master gland”) to send hunger signals. As a result, the insulin resistant person not only feels hungry more often, but produces and deposits fat more readily than healthy individuals.

Causes:

  • Increase insulin level in blood
  • Genetic transmission
  • Improperly food method

Symptoms:

  • Hungry more often
  • Frequently passing urine
  • Body weakness.

Diagnosis:

  • Avoid sweet foods, cool drinks, fast food, and oily items.
  • Take healthy foods (ragi, wheat instead for rice)
  • Do good exercises and meditation.

Ingredients:

  1. Insulin plant leaves.

Natural Remedies:

Take 1 or 2 insulin plant leaves, clean and eat it in empty stomach at everyday morning.

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One of the most significant medical breakthroughs of the end of this century is the discovery of insulin’s role in health and disease. Insulin, sometimes referred to as the sugar-processing hormone, is critical for glucose metabolism, storage and maintenance.  When high insulin and blood sugar levels prevail, lipogenesis (fat production and storage) and triglyceride synthesis are also stimulated. To compound the problem, there is evidence that high insulin levels trigger the hypothalamus (the “master gland”) to send hunger signals. As a result, the insulin resistant person not only feels hungry more often, but produces and deposits fat more readily than healthy individuals.

Causes:

  • Increase insulin level in blood
  • Genetic transmission
  • Improperly food method

Symptoms:

  • Hungry more often
  • Frequently passing urine
  • Body weakness.

Diagnosis:

  • Avoid sweet foods, cool drinks, fast food, and oily items.
  • Take healthy foods (ragi, wheat instead for rice)
  • Do good exercises and meditation

Ingredients:

  1. Ribbed gourd leaves.

Natural Remedies:

  • Ridge gourd is low in saturated fat and cholesterol, high in dietary fibre, vitamin C, riboflavin, zinc, thiamin, iron, magnesium and manganese. The nutritional value of gourd makes it suitable for maintaining optimum health, weight lose. It has excellent cooling properties.

Make a juice of ribbed gourd leaves, heat lightly and then drink it in empty stomach at morning.

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