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ISOMIL POWDER 400GM has the following salts in its composition

  1) Corn Syrup 2) Soy protein  3) Oleic Safflower Oil  4) Soy Oil  5) Coconut Oil  6) Cohnii Oil 7) Vitamin B12  8) M. Alpina Oil 9) Beta-Carotene 10) Lutein 11) Lycopene 12) Fructooligosaccharides 13) Niacinamide  14) Calcium Phosphate 15) Potassium Citrate  16) Salt  17) Magnesium Chloride  18) Vitamin B1 Chloride Hydrochloride 19) L-Methionine 20) Vitamin C  21) Choline Chloride 22) Taurine 23) Sodium Selenate 24) Ascorbyl Palmitate  25) m-Inositol 26) Zinc Sulfate 27) L-Carnitine  28) Mixed Tocopherols  29) D-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate 30) Calcium Pantothenate  31) Cupric Sulfate  32) Vitamin A Palmitate 33) Riboflavin 34) Vitamin B6 35) Folic Acid 36) Potassium iodide  37) Phylloquinone 38) Biotin 39) Vitamin D3 40) Potassium Chloride  41) Potassium Hydroxide  42) Ferrous Sulfate

Uses Of ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

Uses Of Salt: Soy protein

Soy protein is the plant-based protein isolated from soya beans. It is rich in proteins, minerals, fiber and amino acids. It helps in:

  • Preventing heart diseases, colon cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, osteoporosis, kidney diseases in diabetic patients, stroke, lung cancer, and thyroid cancer.
  • Reducing bad cholesterol, overall health risks, hyperglycemia (high glucose levels in the blood), overweight, protein in urine in kidney disease patients, symptoms of menopause, monthly breast pain, crams and swelling with premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
  • Boosting energy, bone strength, calcium balance in postmenopausal women.
  • Cell growth and regeneration.
  • Reducing pigmentation.
  • Fulfilling dietary requirements in pregnant women
  • Treating diarrhea in infants, Crohn’s disease, and migraines.
  • Improving skin color, fine lines, and texture.

Uses Of Salt: Vitamin B12

Mecobalamin is used to treat Vitamin B12 deficiency. 

Uses Of Salt: Beta-Carotene

Beta-carotene, a group of red/ yellow/ orange pigments is a precursor of vitamin A. Beta-carotene is converted into vitamin A (retinol) by the human body.

Vitamin A is essential for keeping skin, mucus membranes, our immune system and our eyes healthy. It acts as the antioxidant by protecting the body from free radicals.

It is also used for decreasing symptoms of asthma, preventing cancers, cataract and maintaining heart health.

Uses Of Salt: Lutein

Leutin in an essential micro nutrient needed by our body to:

  • Treat age – related macular degeneration (AMD), cataracts, and retinitis.
  • Reduce the risk of breast cancer, cervical cancer, diabetes, eye strain, high blood pressure.
  • Improve mental function.

Uses Of Salt: Lycopene

Lycopene, a naturally occurring chemical responsible for giving the fruits and vegetables the red colour. The antioxidant properties of it are used to manage:

Uses Of Salt: Fructooligosaccharides

It is a dietary fiber which is used as supplement sweetener to:

  • Decrease cholesterol level
  • Decrease blood sugar level
  • Treat constipation.

Uses Of Salt: Niacinamide

Niacinamide is a form of vitamin B3 and is used for preventing  and treating niacin deficiency.

Uses Of Salt: Potassium Citrate

Potassium, an important mineral in body is responsible for maintaining proper functioning of various parts of body. In medicine form, it is used for renal tubular acidosis (a kidney stone condition).

Uses Of Salt: L-Methionine

L-methionine is an essential amino acid needed for body functions and is used as a supplement. It: 

  • Treats acetaminophen poisoning, cobalamin deficiency, allergies, asthma, schizophrenia.
  • Reduce risk of colon cancer, neural tube birth defects, depression, and alcoholism.
  • Improves symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, liver function.

Uses Of Salt: Vitamin C

Vitamin C is used by the body to form collagen. Usual benefits of Vitamin C are:

  • Skin health
  • Ligaments, tendons formation
  • Blood vessels health
  • Bone health
  • Teeth health
  • Cartilage health
  • Healing of  wounds
  • Fighting ill-effects of toxicity 

Vitamin C is also used in skin care products. The benefits of using Vitamin C topically are:

  • Prevents damages by ultraviolet rays, boosts the effectiveness of sunscreens
  • Maintains skin health
  • Delays aging
  • Prevents pigmentation, dark spots
  • Prevents skin cancer
  • Removes acne marks

Uses Of Salt: Taurine

Taurine is an amino sulfonic acid having several health benefits like boosting cardiovascular, neurologic, eye and metabolic health. It has also been found useful in reversing tinnitus, fatty liver disease, obesity, mitigating diabetes and many more

Uses Of Salt: Sodium Selenate

Sodium selenate is a micronutrient supplement and is important for:

  • Activation of several tissue functions
  • Improvement of immune system
  • Fighting against cancer
  • Lowering risk of HIV
  • Regularisation of blood sugar levels, thyroid hormone levels
  • Reducing the symptoms of cellulitis like painful blisters and fever.

Uses Of Salt: Ascorbyl Palmitate

Ascorbyl palmitate is an ester formed from ascorbic acid and palmitic acid. It is also known as vitamin C ester. It is used as a supplement and in the food industry as it:

  • Acts as an antioxidant, food additive, and fragrance ingredient
  • Improves skin health
  • Prevents cellular aging of skin
  • Boosts immunity

Uses Of Salt: Zinc Sulfate

Zinc sulfate is a mineral needed for the proper body functioning and is used in the treatment low levels of zinc in blood and its consequences like acute diarrhoea amongst children, stunted growth and slow wound healing.

Uses Of Salt: L-Carnitine

L-Carnitine is used for fat loss, Increase strength and build muscle mass, building bone mass to reduce the progress of osteoporosis, arthritis and other bone diseases, heart health, kidney treatment, male infertility, type 2 diabetes.

Uses Of Salt: Calcium Pantothenate

Calcium pantothenate is used in the treatment of following conditions:

  • Vitamin B5 deficiency, constipation
  • ADHD in children
  • Dry eyes, eye-trauma
  • Osteoarthritis, symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
  • Sinus infection, nasal dryness
  • Skin irritation, Hair loss
  • Asthma
  • Diabetic problems
  • Muscular dystrophy, muscle cramps, sprains

Uses Of Salt: Riboflavin

Riboflavin is mostly used in combination of vitamin B complex and is used the treatment of following conditions:

  • Neonatal jaundice
  • Riboflavin deficiency
  • Cataracts
  • Hyper Hyperhomocysteinemia
  • Migraine

It has also be been useful in

  • Reducing the risk of liver cancer, food pipe cancer
  • Preventing precancerous spots on the cervix.

It may be useful in lactic acidosis of AIDS patients.

Uses Of Salt: Vitamin B6

Pyridoxamine Dihydrochloride (Vitamin B6) is important to:

  • Maintain and build immune system of body
  • Have positive effects on metabolism
  • Hormonal control, kidney health, anaemia, arthritis,
  • Maintain positive emotional health
  • Manage pre-mensural syndrome
  • Maintain skin health

 

It is also used to treat Vitamin B6 deficiency in following conditions:

  • Diabetic neuropathy
  • Cardiac disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Premenstrual syndrome
  • Emotional and mental disorders
  • Skin disorders

Uses Of Salt: Folic Acid

Folic acid is used for preventing & treating folate deficiency, and its complications, like anaemia, inability of the bowel to absorb nutrients properly. Folic acid is also used for folate deficiency conditions including liver disease, ulcerative colitis, alcoholism, and kidney dialysis.

Pregnant women are advised to take folic acid to prevent miscarriage and neural tube defects. 

Uses Of Salt: Potassium iodide

Potassium iodide is an active ingredient in cough syrups. It acts as an expectorant i.e., it loosens and breaks up mucus in airways thus facilitates a cough in chronic lung disease patients.

Potassium iodide is also used (along with anti-thyroid medicines) to prepare the thyroid gland for surgical removal, to protect the thyroid in a radiation exposure emergency and to treat hyperthyroidism.

Uses Of Salt: Biotin

Biotin is used to prevent and treat biotin deficiency associated with malnutrition, pregnancy, long-term tube feeding, and rapid weight loss. It’s also used for hair loss, skin rash in infants, brittle nails, diabetes, and mild depression.

Uses Of Salt: Vitamin D3

Uses:

  • Bone strength
  • Prevention of bone disorders like rickets, osteomalacia
  • Prevention of osteoporosis
  • Vitamin D is also used with other medications to treat low levels of calcium or phosphate caused by certain disorders (such as hypoparathyroidism, familial hypophosphatemia and pseudo-hypoparathyroidism).
  • It may also be used in kidney disease to keep calcium levels normal and have normal bone growth.
  • Vitamin D drops are given to breast-fed babies as breast milk has low levels of vitamin D usually.

Vitamin D (D2, D3, D4) is a vitamin that is fat soluble. It helps the body in absorbing phosphorus or calcium.

It is important to have adequate levels of vitamin D, phosphorus and calcium for building strong bones and also maintaining them.

Body gets vitamin D from sunlight. Any hindrance between skin and sunlight, like protective clothing, sunscreen, staying indoors or having limited exposure to sunlight, dark skin etc. may prevent absorption of vitamin D by body.

As the age advances, body’s ability of absorb sunlight reduces.

Vegetarian people are more prone to vitamin D deficiency as it is found more in animal based foods.

Uses Of Salt: Potassium Chloride

Potassium Chloride is used for preventing or treating low potassium levels in blood. Potassium levels in blood can go down due to certain medications, long spell of diarrhoea, vomiting or taking diuretic pills.

        Potassium is responsible for maintaining proper functioning of kidney, heart, muscles and nerves. Potassium is an important mineral which is required for normal functioning of our body and is found in many types of foods. Decrease in potassium level due to low dietary intakes or due to certain diseases may cause several diseases. 

Side Effects Of ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

Side Effects Of Salt: Soy protein

Soy protein is usually safe, but in some cases like an overdose, it may cause side effects such as:

  • Constipation, nausea
  • Bloating, rash, itching
  • Abnormal tissue growth in uterus

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Side Effects Of Salt: Vitamin B12

Mecobalamin is usually safe. Some people may experience:

  • Headache
  • Swelling
  • Itching
  • Getting nervous or anxious
  • Uncontrollable or Involuntary movements.   

Side Effects Of Salt: Beta-Carotene

β-carotene is possibly safe if used as the supplement for short duration, under the supervision of a healthcare provider.

High doses of β-carotene may result in changing the skin colour to yellow or orange.

Some of the other side-effects of high dose may be:

  • Dizziness, headache
  • Burping, constipation or diarrhoea
  • Increased chances of colds, many types of cancers like that of lungs, stomach, and prostate.
  • Increased risk of coronary heart disease.
  • Muscle pain, joint pain may also occur in some cases.

Side Effects Of Salt: Lutein

Lutein is usually safe.

Side Effects Of Salt: Lycopene

Lycopene is generally well-adjusted by the bodies.    

Side Effects Of Salt: Fructooligosaccharides

Generally, no side effects are observed if taken in appropriate quantity as prescribed by the doctor. Overdose may result in gas trouble due to indigestion.

Side Effects Of Salt: Niacinamide

Niacinamide is mostly safe in patients. A minor side effect could be flushing reaction (causing tingling, itching, burning, and redness of arms, face, and chest).

Side Effects Of Salt: Potassium Citrate

Overdose of Potassium Citrate can cause:

  • Stomach ache
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Confusion, difficulty in breathing, nervousness
  • Weakness in legs

Side Effects Of Salt: L-Methionine

L–methionine is usually safe but in overdoses may cause side effects such as:

  • Increase blood levels of homocysteine.

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Side Effects Of Salt: Vitamin C

Vitamin C is usually safe. 

Side Effects Of Salt: Taurine

None

Side Effects Of Salt: Sodium Selenate

Sodium selenate is usually safe, but in some cases of overdose may cause:

  • Bad breath, abnormal function of nervous system
  • Selenosis, nausea, vomiting

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Side Effects Of Salt: Ascorbyl Palmitate

None.

Side Effects Of Salt: Zinc Sulfate

The common side effects of zinc sulfate are:

  • Stomach upset, nausea
  • Heartburn, headache

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Side Effects Of Salt: L-Carnitine

L-CARNITINE is usually safe. Some patients may experience the following side-effects:

  • Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhoea
  • Kidney or stomach damage
  • Metallic Taste
  • Heartburn
  • Appetite-loss
  • Headache
  • Gastrointestinal Discomfort

Side Effects Of Salt: Calcium Pantothenate

Calcium pantothenate is mostly safe, but in some cases, it may cause diarrhea.

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Side Effects Of Salt: Riboflavin

Mostly safe. In some cases, it may cause some side effects such as:

  • YellYellow/orange colour urine
  • Increased urine
  • Diarrhoea

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Side Effects Of Salt: Vitamin B6

Generally no severe side effects are observed when Pyridoxamine Dihydrochloride is taken in appropriate amount.

Consult your doctor if any of the following severe side effects occurs:

  • Nauseavomiting
  • Headache
  • Stomach pain
  • Loss of appetite 

Side Effects Of Salt: Folic Acid

Some of the side effects (though rare) of Folic Acid are:

  • Constipation
  • Bitter taste in the mouth
  • Nausea
  • Sleeping disturbances
  • Allergic rejection
  • Bloating

Please consult your doctor if you get any of the above side effects, especially if they do not go away within 3-4 days of starting the use.

Side Effects Of Salt: Potassium iodide

Some side effects of potassium iodide may be:

  • Vomiting, diarrhoea
  • Metallic taste in mouth, nausea
  • A headache, acne, stomach ache

Most people using this medicine do not experience any side effects. However, please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Side Effects Of Salt: Biotin

Biotin is usually safe unless taken in excess.

Side Effects Of Salt: Vitamin D3

Many people do not experience any side-effects of Vitamin D3, unless taken in high doses. Some of the side effects may be:

  • Weakness
  • Vomiting
  • Headache
  • Sleepiness
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Metallic taste
  • Nausea
  • Dry mouth 

Side Effects Of Salt: Potassium Chloride

Some of the common side-effects include:

  • Nausea, vomiting
  • Stomach upset
  • Diarrhoea, gas

If any of the above symptoms persist for long, please consult your doctor. Consult your doctor if any of the following severe side effects occurs:

  • Stomach pain
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Bloody stools
  • Weakness
  • Swelling
  • Numbness
  • Allergic reactions such as hives, rashes or redness of skin.

Contraindications Of ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

Contraindications Of Salt: Soy protein

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Hypersensitivity towards soy protein or any other allergies.
  • Cystic fibrosis, kidney failure
  • Milk allergy, hypothyroidism
  • Asthma, hay fever, cancer

Contraindications Of Salt: Vitamin B12

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • The breast-feeding mothers.
  • If suffering from an infection
  • Low iron or folate level
  • Polycythemia (a bone disease)
  • Optic atrophy (genetic condition that harms the nerve connecting the eye to brain)
  • Blood in urine.

Contraindications Of Salt: Beta-Carotene

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • You are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding.
  • You are already taking any other supplement.
  • You smoke or drink.

Contraindications Of Salt: Lutein

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Cystic fibrosis

Contraindications Of Salt: Lycopene

Please consult your doctor before consuming Lycopene in the following cases:

  • Pregnancy
  • Prostate cancer.

Contraindications Of Salt: Fructooligosaccharides

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy and Lactation

Contraindications Of Salt: Niacinamide

Please consult your doctor before consuming in the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy and breast-feeding or planning of childbirth
  • Kidney dialysis
  • Bleeding problems
  • Diabetes
  • Gout
  • Liver, kidney or stomach problems

Contraindications Of Salt: Potassium Citrate

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy, breastfeeding
  • Any type of kidney or liver problem
  • Any heart problem
  • Diarrhoea
  • Any kind of tissue damage

Contraindications Of Salt: L-Methionine

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Acidosis
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Cirrhosis
  • Methylene tetra hydro folate reductase deficiency
  • Liver diseases

Contraindications Of Salt: Vitamin C

None.

Contraindications Of Salt: Taurine

None

Contraindications Of Salt: Sodium Selenate

None.

Contraindications Of Salt: Ascorbyl Palmitate

None.

Contraindications Of Salt: Zinc Sulfate

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Low blood levels of copper.

Contraindications Of Salt: L-Carnitine

Please inform  your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy
  • Prostate cancer.
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Seizures

Contraindications Of Salt: Calcium Pantothenate

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

Hyper sensitivity towards the drug calcium pantothenate or any other allergies.

  • Stomach blockage
  • Haemophilia

Contraindications Of Salt: Riboflavin

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Hyper sensitivity towards the drug riboflavin or any other allergies.

Contraindications Of Salt: Vitamin B6

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy or planning for pregnancy, breast feeding.

Contraindications Of Salt: Folic Acid

  • Antibiotics. Iron decreases the effectiveness of certain types of antibiotics. Hence, there should be a gap of 1-2 hours between iron and antibiotics dose.
  • Bisphosphonates, Levodopa, Levothyroxine, Methyldopa and Mycophenolate Mofetil, Iron might decreases the absorption of these medicines. Hence, if you are taking any medicines containing any of these salts, you should keep a gap of 1-2 hours between any iron supplement and these medicines.

Contraindications Of Salt: Potassium iodide

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Hypersensitivity towards potassium iodide or any other allergies.
  • Skin diseases like dermatitis, herpetiformis
  • Blood vessel disease
  • Nodular thyroid disease with heart disease
  • Muscle disorder (myotonia congenita)

Contraindications Of Salt: Biotin

Please consult your doctor before consuming in the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding or planning of childbirth
  • Kidney dialysis
  • Bleeding problems
  • Diabetes
  • Gout
  • Liver, kidney or stomach problems

Contraindications Of Salt: Vitamin D3

People with following conditions should Use vitamin D cautiously:

  • Kidney disease: Vitamin D may increase calcium levels in body and increase the risk of hardening of the arteries in people having serious kidney disease. This must be balanced with the need to prevent renal osteodystrophy (a bone disease that occurs when the kidneys fail to maintain proper levels of calcium & phosphorus in blood). People with kidney disease should carefully monitor calcium levels.
  • High levels of calcium in the blood
  • Hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis)
  • Sarcoidosis (enlargement of lymph nodes)
  • Histoplasmosis
  • Over-active parathyroid gland (hyperparathyroidism):
  • Lymphoma
  • Tuberculosis
  • Vitamin D might increase calcium levels in people with above conditions. This might result in complications such as kidney stones.

Contraindications Of Salt: Potassium Chloride

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Kidney problems
  • Heart problems
  • Liver problems
  • Dehydration problem
  • Intestinal ulcer

What Is Bone health

Bones act as splendid biological parts of the body to store calcium, anchor muscles, protect organs, and deliver body structure. To ensure that our bones are healthy, they keep on changing their size, shape, and position throughout life. New bones in the body keep forming as old bones deteriorate. Younger people develop new bones faster while the old bones break. This increases the bone density.

After a certain age, the bones in the body start depleting, but some develop various disorders, which deplete the bone mass faster compared to the normal speed. Depletion in bone health is generally characterized by two major disorders. These are:

  • Osteopenia: Osteopenia is a medical disorder in which the mineral and protein content of the bone tissue reduces but not that severely. A person with osteopenia may not necessarily witness a bone fracture but still, the condition defects the bone health.
  • Osteoporosis: Osteoporosis is marked as a more severe condition than osteopenia and the bones become very weak in the former condition. This is due to the loss of vitamin D and calcium leading to a more severe case and permanent damage of the bone tissue. This results in progressive depletion of the bone density. 

What Is High Cholesterol

Dyslipidaemia or high cholesterol indicate the imbalance of fats (or lipids) in one’s blood system.

High cholesterol or dyslipidaemia, means that there is an imbalance of fats (or lipids), circulating in one’s blood stream. The body uses cholesterol (the fatty substance) to metabolize food and also make hormones.

The following three different measurements are used to determine one’s overall lipid health:

1.    Low-Density Lipoprotein (bad cholesterol, LDL): The higher LDL, the more is the risk of cardiovascular disease. LDL obstructs the proper blood flow into the heart and other organs by building up plaque in arteries.

2.     High-Density Lipoprotein (Good cholesterol, HDL): HDL brings back the cholesterol to the liver from other parts of the body, thus removing the harmful cholesterols from your body. The higher the HDL, the better it is for the heart.

3.   Triglycerides – Also referred to as fat in the blood. This type of fat is usually found in eatable animal fats and vegetable oils. High levels of Triglycerides signify the increased risk of cardiovascular disease as it also contributes to building up of a plaque in one’s arteries

What Is Immunity building

Immunity building refers to any measures taken to assist and strengthen the body’s immune system to function optimally and to help ward off disease. Proper functioning is necessary for us to maintain ideal health.

The state in which the immune system is functioning sub-optimally is called immunodeficiency. Immunodeficiency states can have serious consequences e.g. predisposing to life-threatening infective diseases or cancer. Overfunctioning of the immune system is also common. Conditions in which the immune system over functions are hypersensitivity reactions or allergies, as well as autoimmune diseases (when the immune system recognises the body's cells as "foreign" and starts to attack them).

The immune system is intricately and very detailed in its design. The system is divided into innate and adaptive immunity. Innate immunity is the body’s first defence against external factors. These include physical defence mechanisms such as skin, mucosa and cell walls, as well as scavenger immune molecules that catch foreign particles in the blood and lymphatic streams.

 It is an immediate defence mechanism and non-specific. It does not adapt over time. White blood cells called macrophages and phagocytes form part of the body’s innate system. Once the innate immune system recognises a threat to the body, these cells activate a system called the complement cascade which leads to further activation of more of the immune system's cells.

The adaptive immune system is more focused and contains antibodies that are formed after exposure to specific foreign substances called antigens. Antibodies are called immunoglobulins, and lymphocytes are the cells responsible for activation of the innate immune system.

Poor diet, fatigue, stress as well as certain substances or medications can all lead to over- or underperformance of the immune system. Organs that form part of the immune systems include your spleen, tonsils/ adenoids, lymphatic system and bone marrow.

What Is Anaemia

  • In Anaemia, lesser oxygen is carried around the body by red blood cells. Anemia can be of different types.

What Is Asthma

  • Asthma is a chronic inflammatory condition of the airways in the lungs. Asthma can either be allergic (most common) or non-allergic.
  • Allergic asthma is due to an allergic response known as a type 1 hypersensitivity reaction. People with asthma’s airways are hypersensitive to certain triggers. The allergic reaction causes narrowing of the small airways and leads to "air trapping" (known as an obstructive airway disease)
  • There are different types of asthma- childhood onset asthma (usually before the age of 5), adult-onset asthma, exercise-induced asthma and aspirin induced asthma. Some asthma is known as seasonal asthma and occurs only at certain times of the year, usually with the changing of seasons such as during autumn or spring.
  • Asthma is diagnosed with lung function tests. A spirometer or a PEFM (Peak Expiratory Flow Meter) is used in conjunction with a bronchodilator. The meter is used to assess your lung function before and after inhaling a fast-acting bronchodilator. A diagnosis of asthma is made when there is an improvement in lung function of more than 20% (PEFM) or more than 12%(when using a spirometer) after the bronchodilator is inhaled.
  • Asthma is diagnosed when a patient has suggestive symptoms and a positive bronchodilator test.

What Is Cancer

Cancer is essentially when there is an abnormal growth of cells in any part of the body. Typically, the body forms new cells to replace the ones that die. When new cells start growing even if you don’t really need them and the old cells don’t die, the extra cells may form a mass known as a tumour (leukaemia is an exception, as in this case cancer prohibits the normal functioning due to the abnormal division of cells in the bloodstream.

These tumours are classified as benign or malignant. Benign tumours are those that remain in one spot and do not grow. These tumours are not cancerous, whereas malignant ones are cancerous. The cells from malignant tumours spread via the lymphatic or blood systems and attack the neighbouring healthy tissues. These cancerous cells may also break away and spread to other parts of the body.

There are over 100 kinds of cancers and cancer can affect any part of the body. Most of the cancers are named after the part of the body where they originate. For instance, if it starts from the lung, it is known as lung cancer, etc. and when cancer spreads from one part of the body to another, it is known as metastasis.

There are broadly 5 groups of cancers:

  • Carcinomas: They occur in cells that cover the external and internal parts of the body such as colon, breast and lung cancer.
  • Sarcomas: These are caused in the cells located in the cartilage, bone, connective tissue, muscle, fat and other supportive tissues.
  • Lymphomas: These cancers usually begin in the immune system tissues and lymph nodes.
  • Adenomas: These are cancers that originate in the pituitary gland, thyroid, adrenal gland and other glandular tissues.
  • Leukaemia:  These cancers begin in the bone marrow and accrue in the bloodstream. 

What Is Cataract

In cataract, the natural lens of the eye (which lies behind pupil and iris) gets clouded. The lens is part of the eye, which helps to focus an image or light on the retina. In a normal eye, light passes through the transparent lens to the retina, where the light gets changed into nerve signals, which are sent to the brain. In order to receive a sharp image by the retina, the lens must be clear. If there is a cataract, the image formed is blurred. A cataract develops over the long period of time. The best way is to wait and watch, till it develops fully. Surgery is the most common treatment of cataract.

It occurs mostly in people above 40 years of age and is a main cause of blindness worldwide. 

What Is Cardiovascular disease

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) can be referred to as heart disease.

This term encompasses a range of different conditions that can all affect your heart and blood vessels (the cardiovascular system)

Many diseases can be listed under this term:

  • This includes physical or structural abnormalities of the heart including congenital defects and heart valve problems
  • Conduction problems of the heart such as abnormal heart rhythms- arrhythmias or atrial fibrillation
  • Diseases of the blood vessels such as atherosclerosis are also part of cardiovascular disease
  • High blood pressure may even be considered under this term, as it is mostly a disease of the heart and blood vessels.
  • Ischaemic Heart Disease (also known as Coronary Artery Disease) is a spectrum of diseases ranging from cardiac chest pain (angina) to myocardial infarction (heart attacks). This also falls under CVD.
  • Different tests are used to diagnose CVD. These include ECGs (Electrocardiograms) where leads are placed on the chest, and the electrical conduction of the heart is measured. This is helpful to diagnose arrhythmias, and features of IHD.
  • A sonar done on the heart is called an echocardiogram. With this test, the heart’s function can be assessed as well as the valves and ventricles visualised. Cardiac defects can also be seen.
  • An MIBI scan can be performed to assess how well the heart’s muscle is functioning and if the blood supply is sufficient (myocardial perfusion).

What Is Constipation

Constipation is a condition in which there is difficulty in emptying the bowels, usually associated with hardened faeces.

What Is Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

Diabetes mellitus (type 2) is characterized by high blood sugar, relative lack of insulin and insulin resistance. It is a long term metabolic disorder.

Long term complications of diabetes are diabetic retinopathy, resulting in blindness, heart disease, strokes, kidney failure, poor flow of blood in limbs requiring amputation.

What Is Kidney Stone

Hard deposits of acid salts and minerals that stick together in concentrated urine are called kidney stones. They are quite painful while passing through the urinary tract. They are usually not noticed till they cause trouble and usually don't cause permanent damage. Many small stones pass out without trouble.

Kidney stones can be of different types: uric acid, calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate, and cysteine.

What Is Depression

  • It refers to the state of low mood or dislikes towards an activity that can affect an individual’s behaviour, thoughts, feelings and overall health. There is a feeling of severe dejection despondency. The degree of depression and the type of depression varies from a person to person. It is very important to seek professional help to get rid of depression. 

What Is Parkinsons disease

  • Parkinson’s disease is a chronic and progressive movement disorder. It affects the nerve cells in the brain that produce dopamine. Its symptoms are continuous and increase over time.
  • The cause of the disease is still not known yet, so it is not curable till date. However, there are treatment options such as medication and surgery. 

What Is Skin care

  • Skin care is mutliple activities carried on to ensure healthy looking skin devoid of any diseases and deformities.

What Is Teeth health

Our teeth have a lot of work to do like chewing, grinding, biting, talking and also face the aging process. Hence, they need the care to keep them away from dental diseases. Brushing the teeth twice a day and flossing the mouth are age-old mantras to keep them healthy and safe. Other than this, attending routine dental check-ups and watching what you eat and drink are vital factors in deciding the health of your teeth.

The diseases of teeth are:

Dental decay:

Also called tooth decay, this happens due to adult bacteria which survive on refined white sugar. When we eat candy or other sugary food, some morsels stick to the teeth, gums and in between teeth. Bacteria feed on this sticky food and thrive, releasing a toxin which causes tooth decay. The solution is to brush teeth regularly and floss the mouth. Avoid eating sticky sugary food.

Gingivitis:

This is a gum disease and occurs in the mild alkaline to the mild acidic environment in the mouth. The cause of gingivitis is poor oral hygiene and lack of the certain type of enzymes which can digest food substances. Gingivitis is a reversible condition with proper dental treatment.

Periodontal disease:

If gingivitis is left untreated, it progresses into periodontal disease. In this disease, the plaque bacteria form crystals, which attach to the teeth, and these crystals destroy the ligaments, which attach teeth to the bone. As a result, pockets are formed, in which more food particles can be trapped and lodged. This causes the disease to progress, and eventually, it may lead to the removal of the tooth. The damage to the tooth and gum caused by periodontal disease is permanent and irreversible.

Mouth odor:

Also called bad breath or halitosis, mouth odor is due to remnants of food particles in the mouth. Enteric bacteria feed on these food particles and release an odor.  Again, good brushing and flossing habits and the kind of food we eat play a key factor in preventing bad breath.

What Is Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

An attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, which is also known as ADHD, generally attacks children, teenagers and can even be found in adults. People affected by ADHD usually act without perception and show traits of hyperactivity.  Furthermore, people suffering from this mental disorder have trouble focusing.

What Is Muscle Cramps

An involuntary contraction of a muscle which occurs unexpectedly and doesn’t relax is known as a muscle cramp. When we make use of the voluntary muscles (muscles that can be controlled) in our arms and legs, they contract and relax alternately as the limbs are moved.

The muscles in the neck, head and trunk contract and relax and help to maintain posture. When a muscle (or few fibres of the muscle) contracts involuntarily, it is said to be in “spasm” and if the spasm is sustained and forceful, then it becomes a cramp. Muscle cramps cause the palpable or visible hardening of the muscle that is involved.

Any muscle(s) that can be controlled voluntarily (skeletal muscle) can be affected by cramps. Cramps can affect the entire muscle or part of a muscle or many muscles in a group. Muscle cramps can last for a few seconds or sometimes much longer and it can recur several times until it subsides.

The most common muscle groups that get cramps are:

  • Gastrocnemius (back of calf or lower leg)
  • Quadriceps (front of thigh)
  • Hamstrings (back of thigh)
  • Cramps in the abdomen, alongside the rib cage, arms, hands and feet are very common.

Muscle cramps are extremely common and everyone experiences cramps in their lifetime. Muscle cramps are quite common in adults and increase in frequency with age. The cramping of feet and legs (nocturnal leg cramps) and calf cramps (also known as Charley horse) are quite common. 

What Is Muscle Fatigue

When muscles are unable to generate force over an extended period of activity or for some pathological issues, it is called muscle fatigue.

The body muscles need oxygen to produce energy. But, when the muscles use up all the stored energy and oxygen, they start generating energy through a process that makes a waste product called lactic acid. As an amount of this acid increases in your muscle, you feel fatigue and experience pain.

Muscle fatigue is associated with some potential causes such as ion imbalance in muscles, impaired blood flow, nervous fatigue, and an accumulation of lactic acid in muscles. It is a common problem in most of the people especially who are associated with sports.

What Is Jaundice

Jaundice, also called hyperbilirubinemia, is yellowing of the skin, white portions of the eyes, mucous membranes. It is caused by an increase in the levels of a chemical called bilirubin.  Bilirubin is a waste material in the blood. Jaundice occurs when the bilirubin level in the blood exceeds the safe limit of  2.5-3 mg/dL (milligrams per deciliter). Jaundice is not a disease in itself, but e visible sign of an underlying disease process.

Some medical conditions leading to jaundice can be life-threatening. It can happen to anyone starting from the newborn baby to old age people.

What Is Migraine

  • Migraine is a result of some abnormal activities in the brain that cause a severe headache. This is accompanied by over-sensitivity to light, sound or particular kind of smells. 

What Is Cough

A cough is referred to as tussis as well. It is a spontaneous reflex, which many animals and human have. The purpose of a cough is to clean the breathing passage and throat of the mucus, fluids, irritants, microbes, and foreign particles. In a cough, lungs expel the air rapidly.

A cough can be a deliberate or an involuntary action. A cough often gets cleared without any medicines, but sometimes people take cough syrups to soothe the irritation caused by a cough. But some of the coughs can be a symptom of serious illness.

Cough reflexes can be classified into three phases:

  • An inhalation that means breathing in.
  • Pressure is increased in the lungs and the throat with the closed vocal cords.
  • On the opening of the vocal cords, the person may experience a sudden expulsion of air that creates the characteristic cough sound.
  • When someone coughs abnormally, then it may be a symptom of a certain disease. Some of the coughs can be caused due to contagious diseases such as common cold. Some of the causes can be non- infectious as well. 

What Is Obesity

  • Obesity is defined as the build-up of excessive or abnormal fat that may spoil health. BMI (body mass index) calculated by dividing the body’s mass by the square of body height, gives a rough idea of the tissue mass in an individual and helps in categorizing the individual as being underweight, normal weight or overweight.
  • Obese people are prone to cardiovascular diseases, musculoskeletal abnormalities, and various kinds of cancer. Consuming healthy foods and regular physical activities can help prevent or reduce obesity.    

What Is Hypokalemia

Hypokalemia occurs when there is a significant reduction in the potassium levels in the body. Potassium acts as an important mineral that helps in proper functioning of the muscle and nerve cells through its electrolytic properties. Kidneys in the body are responsible for regulating the levels of potassium in the body, letting the extra potassium pass out in the form of sweat or urine from the body.  

Symptoms Treated With ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

What Are The Symptoms Of Bone health

Depletion in bone health can be determined by a number of factors. Some of these symptoms have been mentioned below:

  • Decreased grip strength: As people grow older, there are chances of the weakening of bones unless a healthy nutrition-intake is not part of the diet. One of the main ways of judging the weakening of bones is checking the grip strength as it involves the use of bones and muscles in the arms and hands. If a patient feels that the grip strength is depleting, then there are chances that he/she is suffering from bone health depletion.
  • Bone pain: Bone pain is one of the main symptoms of the disintegration of bone health and the main reason behind it is the deficiency of vitamin D from the body.
  • Decreased height: This case arises if the person is severely affected by bone health depletion. Height loss occurs when the bone tissue is reduced progressively leading to a reduction in overall height.
  • Brittle and weak fingernails: If a patient's fingernails are easily breaking and losing their grip with the bone tissue, then it is likely that the person is suffering from bone loss.
  • Bone fracture/ brittle bones: If bone fractures occur more often in the person, then his/her bone health may not be in a good condition.
  • Receding gums: Receding gums is not an uncommon symptom. While it may not be the main symptoms for bone health disintegration, it does count as an important symptom. 

What Are The Symptoms Of High Cholesterol

Usually, high cholesterol doesn’t have much of symptoms initially, except chest pain. However, it can lead to sudden heart attack or stroke, if it goes unnoticed.

What Are The Symptoms Of Immunity building

  • Recurrent or frequent colds or respiratory tract infections
  • Constant feeling of fatigue or lethargy
  • Difficulty losing or gaining weight
  • Frequent yeast infections such as gastrointestinal or genital candidiasis

What Are The Symptoms Of Anaemia

  • Common symptoms of anemia are tiredness, dizziness, and breathlessness.

What Are The Symptoms Of Asthma

  • Symptoms of asthma are typically a wheezy or "tight" chest, shortness of breath and recurrent or persistent coughing that is worse at night and early mornings. Coughing or tight chest are often also present after exercise.
  • Exercise-induced asthma typically only produces symptoms after exercise. 

What Are The Symptoms Of Cancer

  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Pain
  • Changes in the skin

·         Darker skin (hyperpigmentation)

·         Red eyes (erythema)

·         Yellowish eyes and skin (jaundice)

·         Itching (pruritis)

·         Excessive growth of hair

Some other symptoms of cancer are:

  • Change in bladder function or bowel habits (longterm diarrhoea, constipation, pain or blood in urine).
  • Sores that do not heal.
  • White spots on the tongue or white patches inside the mouth (leukoplakia).
  • Unusual discharge or bleeding.
  • Thickening or lump in any part of the body such as breast, testicles, lymph nodes, etc.
  • Long-term indigestion or trouble in swallowing.
  • Any changes in a mole, wart or any changes in the skin.
  • Hoarseness or a nagging cough. 

What Are The Symptoms Of Cataract

  • Blurry, foggy or cloudy vision.
  • Near-sightedness (especially among older people).
  • Problems with glares during the day, during driving at night.
  • Glasses or contact lenses not working properly.
  • Change in the way you see colors.
  • Double vision (in affected eye).

What Are The Symptoms Of Cardiovascular disease

The symptoms of CVD depend on the condition affecting the cardiovascular system.

Physical or Structural Abnormalities:

  • Valve impairment may present with abnormal heart rhythms, chest pain (angina), dizziness or syncope (fainting/loss of consciousness).
  • Congenital or structural abnormalities will usually present soon after birth. Symptoms include fatigue, bluish discolouration of skin and lips, and failure to thrive (poor weight gain despite adequate caloric intake).
  • A dilated or enlarged heart in cardiomyopathy of cardiac failure may present with swelling of the legs, shortness of breath on exertion, difficulty breathing when lying down and getting tired quickly.
  • Rhythm impairments will usually present with an abnormal heart beat, a feeling that the heart is “racing” in the chest (tachycardia), or an acute awareness of the heart beating quite prominently in the chest (palpitations). Occasional rhythm impairments may cause chest pain or dizziness.
  • Ischaemic Heart Disease (IHD) typical present with chest pain. Chest pain originating from the heart is angina. Stable angina is chest pain that occurs during exercise and typically goes away within 10-20 minutes of resting.
  • Unstable angina is chest pain that presents at rest and lasts more than 20minutes. This may be suggestive of a high risk of myocardial infarction.

What Are The Symptoms Of Constipation

  • Passing 3 or fewer stools in a week.
  • Hard, lumpy stools.
  • Difficulty in bowel movements.
  • Feeling of blockage in the rectum.

What Are The Symptoms Of Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

Common symptoms include increased thirst, frequent urination, and unexplained weight loss. Some patients may also feel increased hunger, feeling of tiredness, and sores that do not heal. 

What Are The Symptoms Of Kidney Stone

  • Extreme pain in the side of the abdomen, back or groin.
  • Painful or frequent urination. Blood in urine.
  • Nausea and vomiting.

Kidney stones can be diagnosed by blood test, urine test or imaging (X-ray, CT scan).

What Are The Symptoms Of Depression

  • The common symptoms are: feeling helpless or hopeless, lost interest in activities that used to be important, change in appetite, weight gain or loss, sleep abnormalities, anger or irritability, lack of energy, feeling of being guilty or worthless, problem in concentrating, reckless behaviour(rash driving, alcoholism, gambling, dangerous sports), or unexplained aches. The stronger, higher and for longer periods of time the symptoms persist, higher is the level of depression.    

What Are The Symptoms Of Parkinsons disease

Group of symptoms experienced, differ from person to person. Primary motor signs of Parkinson’s disease include the following:

1.    Tremoring of the hands, arms, legs, jaw and face

2.    Slowness of movement

3.     Rigidity or stiffness of the limbs and trunk

Postural instability or impaired balance and coordination.    

What Are The Symptoms Of Skin care

Everybody wants to look beautiful and skin is the most important part of not only beauty but also a healthy body. Your skin shows how healthy your body is. However, skin is also the most easily affected part of the body if proper care is not taken. Some of the symptoms of poor skin are:

  • Acne, chapped lips, moles, warts
  • Early wrinkles
  • Uneven texture, patches, dryness on the skin, blotchiness.
  • Dark spots or hyperpigmentation
  • Flaky/ scaly skin, rashes 

What Are The Symptoms Of Teeth health

The general symptoms of all dental diseases are:

  • Tooth pain.
  • Sensitivity: There is a sharp tingling sensation when consuming hot or cold drinks or beverages.
  • Bleeding gums.
  • Red and swollen gums.
  • Cavities in teeth.
  • Pain while chewing.
  • Bad breath.
  • Mouth sores.
  • Loose teeth.

What Are The Symptoms Of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder has some common symptoms such as:

  • Lack of attention
  • Impulsivity
  • Hyperactivity
  • Trouble While Speaking
  • Getting distracted by any small noise
  • Impatience
  • More reaction time
     

What Are The Symptoms Of Muscle Cramps

Symptoms of muscle cramps include:

  • Tenderness
  • Local pain
  • Twitching of muscle
  • Weakness
  • Cramped muscle becomes hard
  • Disturbs function of affected limb

What Are The Symptoms Of Muscle Fatigue

Muscle fatigue is associated with a number of signs and symptoms. You should understand the factors so that you can be careful while performing exercising activities:

  • Muscle weakness: A common symptom of muscle fatigue is the weakness in muscles. This symptom can give you feeling like your legs are made of spaghetti, and they are not able to handle your weight.
  • Leg twitching: Your leg muscles can experience a twitching feeling due to the muscle weakness; this condition is known as myoclonic jerks. It is also a common symptom for a person who is diagnosed with fibromyalgia. The brain sends the impulse signals and instructs the twitching muscle to relax and contract as early as possible.
  • Reduced activity: A person can experience a lack of energy or he/she is unable to do regular physical activities. This particular type of muscle weakness can be a result of insufficient blood flow to the muscles. Patients, who are suffering from various cardiovascular issues such as high blood pressure, may experience this type of a symptom.
  • Weak grips: During the weight lifting, an athlete may feel that he/she is not able to get an enough grip of a dumbbell or a barbell. Sometimes, it can be experienced with uncontrolled trembling. These are the apparent symptoms of muscle fatigue. These conditions are known as exercise-induced muscle fatigue. A weak grip along with trembling feeling indicates that a person ends up his/her activity limit. By these symptoms, the muscles protect themselves from further injury.

What Are The Symptoms Of Jaundice

  • Yellowing of the skin, mucous membranes and white portion of the eyes.
  • Pale stools, dark urine
  • Fatigue, loss of appetite
  • Vomiting, fever, loss of weight

What Are The Symptoms Of Migraine

  • Though not all the migraine pains are similar, few common symptoms are: moderate to severe throbbing pain in either side of the head, which increases during any physical activity, sweating, temperature change of the body, abdominal pain, nausea, pain in the eyes etc.. There may be sensitivity to noise, smell and light.    

What Are The Symptoms Of Cough

Some of the symptoms that are accompanied with the cough are as follows:

  • A cough is accompanied with a stuffy and a runny nose.
  • One may frequently keep clearing the throat.
  • Hoarseness in voice.
  • Wheezing and difficulty in breathing.
  • One may feel swallowing difficult or may suffer from the cough while swallowing.
  • In some cases, blood is witnessed while coughing.
  • Soreness in the throat is felt.
  • Sometimes body temperature may also increase.
  • Night sweats.

What Are The Symptoms Of Obesity

  • Abnormal weight
  • Pot belly 

What Are The Symptoms Of Hypokalemia

Hypokalemia symptoms usually do not show up until the potassium levels in the body have reached an extremely low level. It is prudent to stay aware of the symptoms Hypokalemia if they occur. Here are a few:

  • Faster heart beats (palpitations).
  • Muscle cramps.
  • Constipation.
  • Fatigue.
  • Weakness.
  • Potassium levels below 2.5 mmol/L are considered to be fatal. These can be diagnosed by symptoms like:
  • Lazy bowels (Ileus).
  • Muscle tissue rupture.
  • Failure of respiratory organs.
  • Paralysis.
  • Vomiting.
  • Nausea.
  • Loss of appetite.

People who consume medications containing digitalis (a drug made from herbs) can witness irregular heartbeat conditions.

Causes of diseases where ISOMIL POWDER 400GM is used

What Are The Causes Of Bone health

Bone health disintegration causes and possible risks are mentioned below:

  • Menopause: Oestrogen produced in women helps regulate bone mass during their reproductive age. Once post-menopause stage enters in their life, the oestrogen levels start declining, leading to bone declination.
  • Genetic factors: There are several individuals who are genetically prone to conditions promoting loss of bones like osteoporosis and osteopenia.
  • Aging: Aging is one of the main causes of bone loss and is somewhat unavoidable.
  • Lifestyle factors: A person's lifestyle can have a drastic effect on the way his/her bone health progresses. Various lifestyle factors that can cause bone health deterioration are extreme stress, too much smoking, excessive drinking of alcohol, improper diet, and lack of sedentary lifestyle and exercise.  

What Are The Causes Of High Cholesterol

  • Obesity
  • Eating fatty foods
  • No physical exercise
  • Age (after 20, it starts to rise).
  • Family history

What Are The Causes Of Immunity building

Causes of reduced immunity can either be intrinsic/ hereditary or acquired.

Intrinsic or primary immunodeficiencies are inborn genetic errors. There are more than hundred different types and forms of primary immunodeficiency syndromes described. These include immunodeficiency syndromes such as selective IgA deficiency, DiGeorge syndrome and Ataxia Telangiectasia.

Secondary or acquired immunodeficiency states can be due to diseases or conditions such as:

Systemic disorders:

  • HIV/AIDS
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Malnutrition or being underweight
  • Auto-immune disorders

Medications or substances:

  • Long-term corticosteroid use
  • Tumour Necrosis Factor (TNF) used in auto-immune diseases like inflammatory bowel disease or rheumatoid arthritis. Chemotherapy or radiation.
  • Alcoholism

Physiological states:

  • Pregnancy is a normal physiological state of lowered immunity.
  • Ageing is also a natural process that causes lowered immunity.

What Are The Causes Of Anaemia

  • Deficiency of nutrients like iron, folic acid, vitamin B 12, sickle cell anemia (a genetic blood disorder) or kidney disease can be amongst few causes of anemia.
  • The type of food you eat also affects the absorption of iron and folic acid.

What Are The Causes Of Asthma

  • Mostly asthma starts in childhood and is often outgrown in early adulthood. Some asthmatics may, however, need treatment lifelong.
  • Asthma has a strong genetic component and is part of the so-called "atopic triad" in childhood which includes allergic rhinitis, atopic dermatitis (eczema) and asthma.
  • Early insult to a child's lungs such as neonatal pneumonia or bronchitis may play a role in developing asthma later.
  • People with asthma have individual triggers. These triggers are commonly sensitivities to house-dust mites, grass, pollen, animal dander, dairy, wheat, nuts and soy products. Chest infections, cold air or air pollution can also trigger an attack.
  • Adult onset starts in the early twenties. There is speculation about possible causes; genetics, smoking and a history of allergies seem to play the biggest part. It affects females more than males.
  • Asthma can be caused/ triggered due to any of the following reasons:

                 1. Airborne substances like pollen, dust mites, pet dander or particles of cockroach waste.

                 2. Respiratory infections such as common cold

                 3. Exercise-induced asthma

                 4. Cold air

                 5. Air pollutants like smoke

                 6. Certain medications including beta blockers, aspirin, ibuprofen  and naproxen

                 7. Strong emotions, stress

                 8. Foods which contain Sulphites and preservatives

                 9. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)

Asthma is a combination of environmental and genetic factors, as many people live in same conditions. Still, some people get asthma and some don’t.

What Are The Causes Of Cancer

  • Exposure to toxic compounds or chemicals like benzene, asbestos, nickel, tobacco, etc.
  • Ionising Radiation: UV rays from the sun, gamma rays, uranium and radon radiation, etc.
  • Pathogens: HPV, herpes, hepatitis viruses, etc.
  • Genetics: Cancers like ovarian, breast, skin, prostate, colorectal cancers and melanoma are linked to human genes and are inherited from members of the family. 

What Are The Causes Of Cataract

The lens in the eye is made mostly from water and protein. A cataract occurs when the lumps of protein start accumulating and clouding the lens. Some f the causes of cataract are:

  • Age- related.
  • Injury to the eye can also cause cataract.
  • Congenital cataracts, which may be caused due to poor development in the womb, infection or injury during pregnancy. Such children are born with the cataract.
  • Certain diseases like diabetes.
  • Exposure to radiation, ultra violet rays, taking medicines like corticosteroids or diuretics. 

What Are The Causes Of Cardiovascular disease

Atherosclerosis is the underlying cause of cardiovascular diseases such as IHD. Atherosclerosis is a hardening of the lining of blood vessels (called the endothelium). Smoking, high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, being overweight and a diet high in fatty acids are contributing causes of atherosclerosis.

Abnormal heart rhythms can be caused by genetic heart defects, IHD, some medications, electrolytes abnormalities (such as potassium or magnesium), emotional or physical stress or excessive use of caffeine or alcohol. Electrical conduction abnormalities can cause arrhythmias. These can be born defects or can develop over time.

The cause of cardiomyopathy, a thickening or enlarging of the heart muscle, may be a congenital condition. High blood pressure or hardening of blood vessels may also contribute to dilatation of the heart.

Valve disease can be congenital, due to infections such as rheumatic fever or disorders affecting the body’s connective tissue.

What Are The Causes Of Constipation

Constipation can be caused by any of the following reasons:

 

  • Changes in your usual diet or activities.
  • Antacid medicines containing calcium, iron or aluminium.
  • Colon cancer.
  • Eating a lot of dairy products.
  • Eating disorders. Eating too much of junk food, white bread.
  • Irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Neurological conditions such as Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis.
  • Not being active.

What Are The Causes Of Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

Type 2 diabetes mainly occurs because of obesity and lack of exercise. Some people are at more risk genetically than others. Type 2 diabetes can be prevented by regular exercise, maintaining normal weight and proper diet.

What Are The Causes Of Kidney Stone

 Though there are no exact reasons for kidney stones, they are formed when:
  • Urine contains more oxalate, calcium, and uric acid, the crystal-forming substances than the fluid in urine can dilute.
  • Urine lacking substances which prevent crystals from sticking together, thus creating a good environment for kidney stones to form.

Certain factors that increase the risk of kidney stones are:

  • Dehydration, obesity’
  • Certain medical conditions cystinuria, renal tubular acidosis, hyperparathyroidism, some urinary tract infections.
  • Certain medications, family history of kidney stones
  • Digestive diseases like chronic diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease and surgeries like gastric bypass surgery can cause changes in the digestive process affecting the absorption of water and calcium, increasing the levels of stone-forming substances in the urine.

What Are The Causes Of Depression

  • Depression is a brain disorder that can be caused by one or combination of factors like grief, changes in hormone levels, stress, substance abuse, genetic characteristics or stress.
  • Continued grief in personal or professional life also leads to low moods and dejection.    

What Are The Causes Of Parkinsons disease

  • Parkinson’s disease is caused by degeneration or progressive impairment of nerve cells (neurons) in the brain. However, what triggers the onset of Parkinson’s disease is still not known. 

What Are The Causes Of Skin care

Skin problems are mostly symptoms of the problem within the body. Some of the causes of poor skin health are:

  • Drinking less water (leading to dehydrated body)
  • Poor diet, eating too much of junk food
  • Too much of sun exposure, smoking, drinking alcohol
  • Stress, less physical rest
  • Pollution, not washing your face frequently
  • Using too much of make-up, using poor quality of makeup products, not removing makeup before sleeping
  • Any skin disease, any problem like imbalance of hormones

What Are The Causes Of Teeth health

Dental diseases are caused by microorganisms that live in the mouth and release toxins causing damage to dental tissue. The mouth offers resources for the bacteria to survive and multiply. There are three types of bacteria thriving in the oral cavity - pathogenic, beneficial, and neutral. When the mouth is dominated by beneficial bacteria, then there is good dental health. When pathogenic bacteria dominate the oral cavity, it leads to dental diseases. Neutral bacteria follow whichever bacteria are dominant.

Causes of tooth and gum diseases are:

  • Sugary foods: When bacteria in the mouth combine with remnants of sugary or starchy food particles, they form a colourless, sticky substance called plaque. When you don’t remove plaque from mouth by proper brushing and flossing, it hardens into tartar or calculus. Removal of tartar will require a dental procedure by a dentist.
  • Acidic foods: Acidic drinks and foods attack the tooth enamel, thereby damaging it.  Soft drinks contain enormous amounts of sugar, which facilitate plaque formation. The acidic content of soft drinks erodes teeth enamel and causes damage to teeth.
  • Dry mouth: Saliva in the mouth is helpful in inhibiting plaque formation. People with dry mouth are more prone to dental problems. Dry mouth condition is caused by certain medications. Diseases like diabetes also cause dry mouth issues.
  • Grinding of teeth: People who grind teeth in their sleep or under stress are invariably damaging their teeth. The grinding process strips away the enamel (outer layer of teeth), thereby causing tooth decay.
  • Genetics: Some people inherit tooth crevices and enamel problems from parents. This can also lead to teeth problems.
  • Poor dental hygiene: Improper brushing and flossing is the number one cause of teeth problems.

What Are The Causes Of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Genetic reasons:

 ADHD has been known to occur due to genetic problems. If a child is affected by ADHD then it is possible that the father or grandfather of the child is affected by the disorder as well.

Exposure to Toxins:

Mothers who smoke or drink alcohol and other toxic substances during pregnancy can affect the development of their unborn child as well. Such substances have been found to develop hyperactivity in children from an early age.

Brain Injury

Brain injuries can lead to poor functioning of the motor activity in people.
 

What Are The Causes Of Muscle Cramps

Muscle cramps are caused due to various reasons such as:

  • Exercising, overuse of the muscles, injury.
  • Age.
  • Pregnancy.
  • Due to cold temperature, especially cold water.
  • Medical conditions like kidney disease, thyroid disease, multiple sclerosis, peripheral arterial disease (problems with blood flow).
  • Sitting for prolonged periods of time, standing for a long time on a hard surface, placing legs in awkward positions when sleeping.
  • Reduced levels of minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, etc.
  • Dehydration.
  • Medicines like diuretics, statins, birth control pills, statins, etc.
  • Nerve compression (lumbar stenosis).
  • Insufficient blood supply.

What Are The Causes Of Muscle Fatigue

While exercising, the muscles can feel weak, tired, and painful. This happens due to the muscle fatigue. Muscle fatigue is associated with a number of physical, nutritional, biochemical, and environmental factors. These factors are as follows:

Anaerobic Respiration: Muscles require energy in order to move and contract our body parts, and the body cells have to produce oxygen to create an essential energy. When the sufficient amount of oxygen has been supplied, then the associated cell respiration procedure is called aerobic respiration. But, when the oxygen is not enough, the cells bound to respire in an anaerobic process, and as a result, lactic acid is generated. Lactic acid is basically a waste element that causes fatigue and muscle pain.

Mineral Deficiencies: Certain electrolytes and minerals are essential for proper muscle functioning. When these important minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium get reduced, then a person may experience sudden muscle cramps and fatigue.

Aging:  With ageing, our muscles start to lose their strength and become weaker. Exercise can improve the muscle strength and power. But, you should be very careful with your exercise routine.

Infections: Infections associated with illness are one of the general causes of temporary muscle weakness and fatigue.

Pregnancy: During or after pregnancy, the level of steroids gets increased in the blood, and as a result, anaemia can be developed (lacking in iron). It can cause a muscle fatigue.

What Are The Causes Of Jaundice

The underlying conditions that may cause jaundice are as follows:

  • Acute inflammation of the liver: Bilirubin build-up can be caused if the ability of the liver to conjugate and secrete bilirubin is impaired.
  • Cholestasis: The flow of bile from the liver is interrupted and instead of being excreted the bile containing conjugated bilirubin remains in the liver.
  • Obstruction of the bile duct: In this, the liver doesn’t dispose of the bilirubin.
  • Hemolytic anemia: If a large number of red blood cells are broken, the production of bilirubin increases.
  • Inflammation of the bile duct: The secretion of bile and removal of bilirubin is prevented, thus causing jaundice.
  • Gilbert's syndrome: This inherited condition impairs the ability of enzymes to process the excretion of bile.

The reasons which may lead to interruption of proper liver functioning are:

  • Alcohol or drug-induced liver damage, liver cirrhosis
  • Liver cancer, hepatitis A, B, C, D or E
  • ABO incompatibility reaction: It occurs when the wrong type of blood is given during a blood transfusion.
  • Breast milk induced jaundice
  • Sickle cell anemia, gallstones thalassemia, acute pancreatitis,
  • G6PD deficiency: It is a genetic abnormality which results in an inadequate amount of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase in the blood.
  • Yellow fever, Infectious Mononucleosis

What Are The Causes Of Migraine

Though real cause of migraine is still not known, possible causes could be:

  • Central nervous disorder
  • Genetic predispositions
  • Abnormalities in brain chemical or nerve pathways
  • Abnormalities in blood vessel system of brain, or vascular system.
  • Things which can trigger the attack of migraine are skipping meals, salty foods, junk foods, hormonal changes, sensory triggers like exposure to light, noise or certain kinds of smells.    

What Are The Causes Of Cough

  • Asthma: People with asthma attack can frequently lead to cough-related problems. Some are inflicted with such complications due to various respiratory infections.
  • Upper Airway Cough Syndrome (UACS): After one’s nose generates excessive mucus, it goes down to the throat, causing cough.
  • Bronchitis: Bronchitis is an issue that causes inflammation in the bronchial tubes. This issue further triggers a cough due to the production of coloured sputum.
  • Tuberculosis
  • Pollution, smoking
  • Flu, certain allergies

What Are The Causes Of Obesity

  • The major reason that leads to over-weight or obesity is the imbalance between the calories consumed and the calories burnt. The intake of high energy foods and the sedentary lifestyles has led to the global widespread of obesity.    

What Are The Causes Of Hypokalemia

There a number of causes for Hypokalemia in the body. Here are some of the prominent ones.

  • Kidney disorders such as Liddle Syndrome, Bartter Syndrome, And Gitelman Syndrome lead to increase in blood pressure and imbalance in the salt and potassium in the body.
  • Chewing tobacco
  • Diuretic drugs (drugs which produce more urine in the body)
  • High administration of penicillin.
  • Use of laxatives for a long term.
  • Deficiency of magnesium
  • Issues related to adrenal glands.
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Malnutrition
  • Poisoning by Barium

Worst Foods With ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

What Are The Worst Foods For Bone health

 

The decrease in bone health may have multiple reasons behind it, but the primary reason for bone health degradation is the kind of food a person consumes. Hence, the worst foods that should be avoided are:

  • Caffeine: With the consumption of coffee, magnesium and calcium are excreted in the urine at a much higher rate. Research says that consumption of two cups of coffee can lead to bone disintegration. Also, consumption of three coffee cups takes away around 45mg of calcium from the body. This risk keeps on worsening on more and more consumption of coffee, which ultimately leads to the fracturing of the hip bone.
  • Alcohol: Alcohol is one of the worst food items that increase the risks of bone health degradation. Consumption of regular alcohol deteriorates overall health, including bones. This is because alcohol acts as an inhibitor of the absorption of essential minerals as it reduces the magnesium levels in the body. Excessive intake of alcohol too can lead to bone fracture with time.
  • Salts: Too much salt consumption leads to removal of calcium through the urine in the body. Sodium that is present in foods at 20% or above is not suitable for the bones, so they ought to be avoided.
  • Saturated fat foods: Saturated fat is not recommended to be a part of the diet of a person suffering from bone health depletion. Saturated fat will act as a counterproductive compound, leading to the thinning of the bones. This will eventually lead to bone fracture. Some well-known foods that contain saturated fats are tropical oils, cream, butter, lard, poultry skin, and red meat. 

What Are The Worst Foods For High Cholesterol

Here are the things you should avoid:

  • Saturated fats: Red meat, whole-fat dairy products, eggs, vegetable oils, such as palm oil, coconut oil, and cocoa butter. Saturated fat can increase your levels of "bad" LDL cholesterol and at the same time lowers triglycerides and nudges up levels of "good" HDL cholesterol. Hence, saturated fats should be taken in moderate quantities.
  • Trans fats: Pies, cakes, cookies, donuts, French fries, chips, Margarine, samosa, muffins, pan cakes, fried chicken and other fried items.

What Are The Worst Foods For Immunity building

  • Sugar and refined carbohydrates. High glycemic index carbohydrates and sugar wreak havoc on your body's immune system, by causing insulin spikes and blood sugar surges, increasing inflammation and lowering immunity.
  • Processed foods especially high in colourants, preservatives and chemicals all increase inflammation and lower immunity.
  • Foods high in saturated fatty acids.
  • Excessive alcohol intake reduces white blood cells in the immune system after long term use.

What Are The Worst Foods For Anaemia

  • Junk food.
  • Coffee, tea, red wine as these inhibit the absorption of iron.
  • White bread.
  • Sugar
  • Desserts

What Are The Worst Foods For Asthma

  • Foods with preservatives added to them
  • Wine, beer
  • Shrimps
  • Pickles
  • Eggs (for children, as some children are allergic to eggs)
  • Peanuts
  • Excessive salt in food
  • Oily, fatty foods

What Are The Worst Foods For Cancer

  • Avoid calorie-dense, fatty foods like chips, French fries, doughnuts, pastries, ice creams, etc. as they cause weight gain and obesity, which are the main cause of cancer.
  • Reduce or eliminate your consumption of sugar and sugary foods and beverages like sports drinks, soft drinks, etc. as sugar boosts the insulin and suppresses the immune system and also feeds the cancer cells.
  • Reduce or eliminate processed meats that are smoked, cured salted or preserved like sausages, hot dogs, bacon, lunch meats, etc. as they increase the risk of cancer. 
  • Avoid creamy dressings, sauces and dips as they are high in calories and can cause weight gain.
  • Avoid red meat as these meats increase the risk of cancer.
  • Avoid genetically modified (GMO) foods as they will worsen the effects of cancer.
  • Avoid soybean oil or corn oil as these can suppress the immune system further, especially if the oils are hydrogenated. 
  • Avoid drinking alcohol as it can cause liver, oesophageal and breast cancer.

What Are The Worst Foods For Cataract

All foods, which are not good for maintaining the healthy body, are prohibited for maintaining eye health also. The list of unhealthy foods is junk foods, caffeine, saturated fats, alcohol and fast foods etc. 

What Are The Worst Foods For Cardiovascular disease

  • Foods that are high in saturated fatty acids.
  • Full-cream dairy products.
  • Red meat should be used in moderation as it increases cholesterol levels and contributes to high blood pressure.

What Are The Worst Foods For Constipation

Avoid cheese and dairy items

  • Fried foods
  • Red meat
  • Chips
  • Frozen food
  • Unripe banana
  • Caffeine
  • Chocolate
  • Processed food

What Are The Worst Foods For Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

  • Sugar
  • White bread, pastries, cakes, cookies
  • Fruits like mango, bananas, melon, peaches, nectarines 
  • Canned juices, fruits
  • White rice
  • Blended coffee, ice creams, sweets
  • Chinese food
  • Fruit juices
  • French fries
  • Fatty meats

What Are The Worst Foods For Kidney Stone

  • Reduce consumption of oxalate-rich foods: Some people tend to form calcium oxalate stones; hence their doctor may suggest them to reduce such foods. These include beets, okra, rhubarb, spinach, sweet potatoes, Swiss chard, nuts, tea, black pepper, chocolate, and soy products.
  • Reduce salt and animal protein. Reduce the amount of salt you eat and choose non-animal protein source.
  • Since different people get different types of stones (uric acid, calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate, and cysteine), identify the type of your stone and avoid foods rich in those salts or minerals.

What Are The Worst Foods For Depression

Food that can contribute to depression are;

  • Refined Sugar causes a hike in the glucose levels that disturbs the mood, drains energy and causes sleep disturbances
  • Artificial Sweeteners
  • Processed foods
  • Hydrogenated oils
  • Food with high sodium content can affect the neurological system and thus enhance depression
  • Alcohol is a Central Nervous System Depressant
  • Caffeine causes sleeplessness, agitation, nervousness, depression and anxiety.    

What Are The Worst Foods For Parkinsons disease

  • Limit your intake of salt and sugar.
  • Avoid high fat or cholesterol foods like cheese, meats.
  • Excessive protein rich foods like soy, cheese    

What Are The Worst Foods For Skin care

  • Reduce sugar intake.
  • Fast food, junk food.
  • Cow’s milk (Sometimes cow’s milk is taken from pregnant cows. It has increased levels of hormones, which in turn can cause acne). 

What Are The Worst Foods For Teeth health

  • Sugary sweets and candies: Sugary food is what bacteria thrive on. Even if you wish to have sweets, opt for those which leave no particles sticking to the teeth and clear out of the mouth quickly.
  • Starchy carbohydrates: Foods like chips, crackers, bread, and pasta contain starch which is available as sugar to the bacteria.
  • Carbonated soft drinks and sodas: Firstly, carbonated drinks again contain a lot of sugar. Secondly, they contain phosphorous and carbon dioxide which are known to wear away the enamel of the teeth. This causes them to get brown or stained.
  • Fruit juices: Though fruit juices are healthy, they contain sugar and acids which are a bad combination for teeth. If you regularly consume juices, don’t keep them for too long in the mouth. Use a straw for minimal contact with teeth.

What Are The Worst Foods For Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

  • ADHD patients being hyperactive are prone to act with uncontrollable mood swings on consumption of certain foods.
  • Sugary foods: Too much sugar can lead to higher sugar levels in the body that increase hyperactivity and mood swings in the patients. So, it is prudent to avoid sugary foods like candies, sweets, energy drinks, etc.
  • Make them avoid eating anything that is too colourful to look at as well. These include fruit-flavoured cereals, gelatine powder, hard candy, cake mixes, etc.

What Are The Worst Foods For Muscle Cramps

  • Avoid drinking alcohol, as it causes dehydration and the muscle cramps to worsen.
  • Avoid tea, coffee and soda as the caffeine contained in these constrict the blood vessels, reduce circulation in the muscles and worsen muscle cramps. Drink water, herbal tea or decaf instead. 

What Are The Worst Foods For Muscle Fatigue

You should not eat the following foods if you are experiencing muscle fatigue:

 

Egg: Egg yolk contains arachidonic acid, and according to some studies, it is one of the main fatty acids that are associated with inflammation.

Processed foods: Processed foods (such as bacon, granola bars, flavoured nuts, fruit snacks, margarine, microwave popcorn, ketchup, etc.) are related to high-glycemic starches and processed sugars, and they are mostly responsible for muscle pain.

White flour: White flour can enhance the muscle pain.

Salt: Too much salt intake can develop muscle cramps.

Citrus fruits: Citric acid can increase your muscle pain, so try to consume less citrus fruits such as lemon, tangerine, pomelo, bitter orange, etc.

You should quit the following foods as they encourage muscle fatigue:

Sugar: As per the research, sugar can increase the pain associated with muscle fatigue.

Less caffeine and alcohol: Caffeine and alcohol can increase the symptoms related to muscle fatigue.

What Are The Worst Foods For Jaundice

  • Avoid spicy, oily, hot, and heavy foods as they are difficult to digest.
  • Avoid mustard oil, refined flour, polished rice (white rice), asafetida, mustard seeds, peas, preserved and canned foods, pastries, cakes, chocolates,
  • Completely cut down on alcoholic beverages, and aerated drinks.
  • Saturated fats are harder for the liver to process. Hence avoid eating meats, especially red meat.
  • Reduce your sodium and sugar intake.

What Are The Worst Foods For Migraine

Foods that trigger a migraine and other headaches and must be avoided are:

  • Pickled, fermented or marinated foods contain Monosodium Glutamine (MSG), that stimulates a migraine
  • Asian foods, especially the Chinese foods, contain MSG in the flavouring, so must be avoided
  • Caffeine (chocolates, tea, coffee, sodas, energy drinks)
  • Aged Cheese: Tyramine, a monoamine found in blue cheese, Parmesan, Cheddar induce a migraine. Smoked fish and sausages also contain the same
  • Preservative Sodium Nitrate found in various fast foods must not be consumed
  • Onions contain tyramine that induces a migraine
  • Artificial sugar containing drinks must not be consumed
  • Alcohol, the red wine specifically. Though beer and white wine can also lead to a migraine.    

What Are The Worst Foods For Cough

Some of the foods that one must avoid while suffering from a cough are as follows:

  • Milk and Dairy products:  Sticky thick mucus may flow down to the throats back from cold or an allergy is called phlegm. If phlegm is the cause of a cough, then one must avoid foods that may cause the formation of mucus. Milk and other dairy products increase the mucus formation particularly when the infection already persists. Therefore, one must stay away from dairy products when suffering from a cough. Some of the dairy products that one should avoid are milk and milkshakes, sour cream, whipped cream, yoghurt, ice creams, etc. 
  • Caffeine: Coffee is a common diuretic that leads to excessive urination and later complications of dehydration. This further leads to a dry cough. So, avoid consumption of caffeinated drinks.
  • Citrus Fruits: Avoid consuming citrus fruits such as watermelon, bananas, peaches, and mangoes. Such food items contain citric acid that irritates the throat leading to a cough.
  • Fried foods: One must not consume fried foods such as French fries, chips, etc. as these secrete an irritant known as acrolein that is known to increase cough reflex.
  • Processed chips: Processed foods such as fried noodles, cheese, cereals, etc. can suppress the immunity of a person So, there are more chances of infections if one consumes too much of such food items.
  • Allergen foods: Some people who have complications like asthma can further be affected with allergic disorders such as a cough on consumption of irritant foods like yeast, nuts, fish, milk, etc.

What Are The Worst Foods For Obesity

To manage overweight and obesity, following foods must be avoided:

  • Sweetened beverages
  • Refined grains
  • Large amounts of fruit juice
  • Potatoes
  • Red meat and the processed meat
  • Highly processed foods    

What Are The Worst Foods For Hypokalemia

  • Foods that are low in Potassium: As potassium is highly required in this diet for Hypokalemia, it is advisable to avoid foods that will not be able to provide the necessary mineral. Some of these are cherries, blackberries, blueberries, grapes, peach, etc.
  • High Sodium content foods: Sodium counters potassium, which is why it is advisable to skip foods that are high in sodium. Some of these are bacon, pretzels, ham, potato chips, salted popcorn, pizza, etc. 

Do's With Usage of ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Bone health

  • Get enough sunlight without sunscreen, especially in morning or afternoon. If you are worried about sunburns or tanning, enrich your food with natural anti-oxidants like blueberries, raspberries, goji berries and pomegranates.
  • People 50+: Skin’s ability capacity to absorb Vitamin D reduces with age. Hence, there is more need of taking Vitamin D supplements.
  • Manage your weight as obese people are more prone to getting vitamin D deficiency.
  • Eat foods naturally rich in vitamin D.
  • Exercise: People who don't exercise are likely to lose calcium from their bones, leading to bone health depletion. Exercising can help with stretching of muscles that will ultimately keep the bones flexible, upright, and maintain the storage of calcium in them. People should exercise with the increase in weight gradually to improve the structure of the bones. Some capable exercises are brisk walking, dancing, swimming, or aerobics. 
  • Understand the genetic factors and act accordingly: It is prudent to know the family history of the person to learn about bone loss conditions like osteoporosis in other family members (especially mother's side). Once the research is done, act accordingly by improving dietary habits and exercising on a regular basis. 
  • Get a DEXA scan: DEXA is the acronym for Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry, which is used for checking the bone mineral density in a person. This scan will help to measure the bone strength so that necessary steps to prevent further bone loss can be done. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage High Cholesterol

  • Exercise regularly (3o minutes daily for 5 days a week) and keep your weight under control.
  • Though fat people are more at risk of getting high cholesterol, it can also happen to thin people. Hence, get the regular check up done after the age of 40 years.
  • Eat low salt, low-fat diet.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Immunity building

  • Exercise frequently. At least 30mintes per day of light to moderate exercise 3-5 times a week. Exercise increases immunoglobulin levels, as well as the efficiency of innate system's cells. Extreme amounts of exercise may, however, lead to a weakening of your immune system. Balance is key.
  • Reduce stress levels. Learn relaxation techniques. Take frequent breaks. Go on holiday when possible, or take time off from work 3-4 monthly.
  • Follow a diet providing optimal nutritional support.
  • Assist your body in its functioning. Hydrate and help your body to detoxify. Drink at least 2 litres of clean, purified water per day.
  • Optimise sleep quantity and quality. Adults need 6 to 8 hours of good quality sleep per night.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Anaemia

  • Use iron utensils for cooking as food cooked in iron vessel automatically gathers iron from the vessel and makes food iron rich.
  • To improve absorption of iron in your body, take it with foods rich in vitamin C (like oranges, lemon)
  • Find out the exact reason of anemia as your food choice will depend upon the real cause of anemia. E.g., patients with anemia caused by celiac disease should avoid eating gluten rich foods (like wheat, oats. Etc.), which others should continue with gluten. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Asthma

  • Identify your asthma triggers and avoid them.
  • Always cover yourself fully (especially chest, feet and ears) before going out in cold weather.
  • Avoid exercises beyond your physical stamina. Do not over exert.
  • Always wear pollution mask if you are staying in high pollution area.
  • If asthma is hampering your day to day activities, pl. consult your doctor as he might change your medication.
  • Wash your bed sheets and pillow covers every week in hot water to get rid of dust mites.
  • Reduce stress.·        
  • Consult your general practitioner or paediatrician early if your child shows symptoms of asthma.  Asthma can be potentially life-threatening, especially in an acute episode.
  • Make sure your asthma is controlled. Follow-up with your doctor six months to review and adjust your treatment is necessary. If your asthma is well controlled, your doctor may consider tapering down your treatment.
  • Consider doing an allergy test- blood or skin prick. If you have allergic asthma, it will be helpful to know what the triggers are and how to avoid them

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Cancer

  • Maintaining a healthy body weight is very important to reduce the risk of cancer and other chronic diseases. Being overweight or obese increases the risk of various cancers such as colon, rectum, breast, endometrium, oesophagus, kidney and pancreas cancers.
  • Use healthy cooking methods like broiling, baking, steaming and poaching of foods instead of frying or charbroiling to prevent weight gain and obesity.
  • Protect yourself from the sun by using sunscreen or hats or scarves to prevent the risk of skin cancer.
  • Go in for regular screening tests for cancer every year after the age of 40.
  • Use the techniques of self-examination every month that may help to detect lumps that may indicate breast cancer in women and prostate or testicular cancer in men.
  • If you are suffering from cancer, you may feel fatigue and weak. Have plenty of rest but at the same lead an active life. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Cataract

  • Always wear sunglasses and wide hat to avoid effects of ultra violet sun rays.
  • Keep your diabetes under control.
  • Eye exercise for 15 minutes a day keeps eyes healthy for longer periods.
  • Visit your eye specialist regularly to identify symptoms of cataract or any other eye problem.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Cardiovascular disease

Lifestyle changes are of utmost importance- this includes weight loss, dietary changes, and stress reduction.

Depending on your condition, light to moderate exercise 3 times a week may be recommended. It is important first to clear it with your doctor before you exercise if you have a heart condition.

Stress management. Stress increases the workload on your heart and over time may contribute to the development of cardiovascular diseases. It is important to manage stress well when suffering from any heart condition. Mindfulness, meditation and relaxation techniques, may be necessary. Consider changing your work environment if this is your largest stressor.

The heavier your weight, the greater your risk for cardiovascular disease. Body Mass Index (BMI) is a score calculated based on your weight and height. A BMI of 21-25 is considered healthy. Above 25 your risk for CVD increases. If you suffer from CVD, weight loss is of great importance.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Constipation

  • Constipation is usually caused by wrong food habits, which disturb the digestion system of the body. Apart from that, try the following:
  • Exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, as it helps in digesting the food faster.
  • If you are taking any iron supplement, pl. ask your doctor to change it. Most of the iron supplements cause constipation.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

  • Control your weight
  • Exercise regularly
  • Skip sugary drinks, processed hard to digest foods
  • Limit red meat
  • Choose good fat, remove bad fat from your diet

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Kidney Stone

  • Drink lots of water as many small stones can just pass out naturally while urinating, thus avoiding the need for surgery. Drinking lot of water also helps in preventing kidney stones.
  • If diet and medicines are not taken properly, kidney stones can come back. So, take care of your diet and complete the treatment prescribed by the doctor.
  • If you work out too much or sweat too much, hydrate your body with liquids as less liquids cause less urine production, hence more chances of forming stones.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Depression

If you are suffering from depression following can help you:

  • A proper routine can bring back a proper structure to your life that gets eliminated due to depression.
  • Set goals, start from smaller goals to realise your worth.
  • Regular exercise.
  • Eat healthy, balanced diet.
  • Have a proper sleep cycle.
  • Fulfil your responsibilities.
  • Correct the negative thoughts with proper logic.
  • Consult a doctor.
  • Try doing something new.
  • Delve into fun-filled activities.    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Parkinsons disease

The following can help to manage the Parkinson’s Disease:

  • Make small changes in your house to make it more navigable for the patient, like removing rugs, keeping the gap between furniture items etc. Remove clutter.
  • Conserve energy. Do daily tasks energy efficiently.
  • Simply your tasks. Do not exert yourself.
  • Learn to manage stress.    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Skin care

  • Drink lots of water.
  • Whether you have acne or not, keep your face clean. Cleanse at least twice a day.
  • Use natural cleansers to clean your face.
  • Exercise and relax.
  • Use only good quality skin care products.
  • Find out the exact cause of your skin problem as skin problems can be caused due to hormonal changes, taking contraceptive pills, stress, smoking, over exposure to sun etc. Identify the root cause and make your treatment plan accordingly. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Teeth health

  • Brush your teeth at least two times a day to wash off any food substances remaining in the mouth.
  • Flossing your teeth regularly is as important as brushing. Flossing removes food particles trapped in between teeth and also removes bad odor.
  • Replace your toothbrush every three months. Bristles become weak after a time and are ineffective in cleaning the teeth. You have to change your toothbrush after a bout of illness to prevent re-infection.
  • Wash the bristles thoroughly after each brushing ritual.
  • Chew on sugarless gum. Chewing produces saliva which helps in washing off the bacteria.
  • Give a massage to your gums at least two times a week.
  • Clean your tongue with a tongue cleaner.
  • Drink lots of water to keep the mouth moist.
  • See the dentist biannually for a general check-up of the teeth.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

  • Parents or close relatives need to foster ADHD patients by coping up with the behaviour of the person.
  • Make sure the ADHD sufferer takes his/her medications as this is the fundamental step towards coping up with the disorder.
  • Parents or relatives can also try behavioural management therapy that offers a strict managing strategy to deal with the way ADHD patients act.
  • Divide tasks for them so that everything is systematic.
  • Organise and simplify the way people with ADHD live. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Muscle Cramps

  • Drink plenty of water and stay hydrated to prevent cramps.
  • When you have cramps, stretching the muscle that is involved can help to stop the cramps.
  • If you have cramps in your legs, walking around or jiggling your leg can help to relieve the cramps.
  • Massaging the muscles that are cramped can help to relax the cramp.
  • Applying a hot pad or having a hot soak can help to relieve the cramp.
  • If the cramps are due to dehydration, then replacing the fluids, especially electrolytes can help to relieve the cramps.
  • Riding a bike can help to stretch and condition your muscles.
  • Ensure that you stretch your muscles before and after a workout and before you go to bed at night to prevent cramps.
  • If you are doing some activity that triggers the cramp stop doing the particular activity. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Muscle Fatigue

You should do the following things if you are experiencing muscle fatigue:

  • Try different relaxation techniques: Various relaxation techniques help in fighting the fatigue and weakness associated symptoms as well as give relief from the stress involved with chronic fatigue syndrome. Some of the relaxation techniques are meditation, deep breathing exercises, muscle relaxation procedure, biofeedback, and yoga.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Jaundice

The type of treatment will depend upon the underlying cause for the same. E.g., if it is caused by anemia, then your doctor will prescribe you iron supplements or suggest an iron-rich diet. Similarly, hepatitis induced jaundice will require antiviral medicines.

The best is to prevent jaundice, which can be done by taking care of liver. Hence, do not drink too much of alcohol.

  • Drink lots of fluids. Take enough rest.
  • Follow the diet chart, diet restrictions prescribed by the doctor.
  • Eat a vegetarian diet as it is easy to digest.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Migraine

To relax from the migraine pain or other headaches, do the following:

  • Lavender oil can be inhaled or applied directly to reduce the pain
  • Peppermint oil stimulates a proper flow of oxygen into the bloodstream as this is the major cause of a migraine
  • Basil oil relaxes the muscles and helps reduce a headache caused due to tension or tight muscles.    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Cough

  • Use warm water to gargle. Hot-water gargling helps in reducing inflammation. One can also add a little salt to the water for extra effect.
  • Increase the consumption of fluid-based foods so that the mucus is thinned and removed through a cough as much as possible.
  • Stay away from people with flu or cold. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Obesity

To prevent or reduce obesity, do the following:

  • Regular exercise
  • Consume vegetable-based oils rather than animal-based oils.
  • Take adequate sleep    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Hypokalemia

As Hypokalemia occurs due to loss of potassium, so it is obvious that the patient will have to fix the potassium intake in the body.

  • Consult a specialist doctor immediately if the potassium levels in the body have become drastically low due to Hypokalemia.
  • Take the necessary medicines as instructed by the doctor, whether orally or through IV, to compensate the potassium loss in the body.
  • Treat conditions like vomiting and diarrhoea in the patient by consulting a doctor.
  • Patients who are getting nasogastric suction should be administered with H2 blockers.
  • Consume potassium orally with plenty of liquids, both before and after the meals. 

Dont's With Usage Of ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Bone health

  • Don’t stay indoors for long periods.
  • Do not go out in sun with screen applied as it blocks the absorption of vitamin D through the skin.
  • Do not have any shield between you and sun rays (like a glass window) as it blocks the absorption of Vitamin D by the skin. Let sun ray fall directly on your skin.
  • Do not use steroids for a prolonged period: There are a number of drugs, such as corticosteroids, that reduce the storage of calcium in the bones. Such steroidal drugs are meant for the treatment of various kinds of cancers in the body. While a patient may need to stick to a steroidal medication for a long period, this may result in the reduction of bone health with time. So, it is advisable to consult the healthcare specialist for periodic check-ups of the effect of such drugs on the bone density as well. If possible, such corticosteroids need to be avoided.
  • Do not stress yourself: Stress is another reason for an indirect depletion of bone mass. With an increase in stress, the adrenal gland in the body fails to produce serotonin properly. This leads to the increase in cortisol in the body. High cortisol levels cause insomnia. But, in order to generate new bone tissues, sleep is necessary. With insomnia taking over the body, it will reduce a person's sleeping activity, hence leading to decrease in the rate of production of bone tissue.
  • Do not keep body idle for too long: People who have bone health problems must not keep their body idle for too long. The body needs to keep moving from time to time so that the bone mass does not go waste.  

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage High Cholesterol

  • Alcohol, smoking is a complete no-no for patients with high cholesterol.
  • Do not have a sedentary life style.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Immunity building

  • Do not expose yourself to sudden changes in extreme temperature environments e.g. walking out into the cold after a full-on gym session.
  • Do not smoke. Smoking causes generalised inflammation of body tissues and leads to weakened immunity and poor tissue healing.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Anaemia

  • Avoid taking iron with calcium rich foods, coffee, tea as these hinder the absorption of iron in the body. Take these items at different times.
  • Do yoga regularly as it increases the RBC count and also purifies the blood.
  • Exercise regularly, as it causes hunger, which in turn improves your food intake. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Asthma

  • Avoid pets.
  • Remove carpets and soft toys from the room of your child as these accumulate dust, dust mites which trigger an asthma attack.
  • Avoid dampness in the house. Let fresh air come in. Keep all areas of your house dry.
  • Do not smoke, avoid being close to people who smoke.
  • Avoid burning of incense (Pooja agarbatti) at home, since it triggers an asthma attack.
  • Avoid going to kitchen when food is being cooked, especially frying etc.·       
  • Do not delay seeking treatment when you suspect to have a chest infection. Because your airways are hyper reactive, an infection can easily trigger an acute asthma attack.
  • Do not leave your house without your reliever pump or allow your medication to run out. An acute episode can occur at any time and may be fatal.
  • Do not smoke if you have asthma or smoke around your child who has asthma. Passive smoking's effects are just as harmful.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Cancer

  • Avoid smoking and tobacco products.
  • Avoid large portion sizes of foods and choose low-calorie foods.  

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Cataract

  • Avoid taking corticosteroid for long periods.
  • Avoid smoking as it results in increased risk of getting the cataract.
  • Don’t eat junk food.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Cardiovascular disease

  • Never leave any symptoms of possible heart disease untreated, as it may be potentially fatal. If you suffer from any of the symptoms discussed above consult a doctor.
  • Do not take heart disease lightly. Follow the recommendations of your doctor carefully.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Constipation

  • Don’t over use laxatives as these can cause hard to treat constipation.
  • Don’t have a lifestyle of less physical activity.
  • Never ignore the urge to go to the toilet.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

  • Don’t have sedentary life style
  • Quit smoking and alcohol

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Kidney Stone

  • Don’t let your body dehydrate.
  • Don’t take symptoms like back pain or stomach pain lightly.
  • Avoid taking more than 1000mg calcium per day.
  • Don’t drink too much of alcohol.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Depression

  • Don’t confine yourself to four walls of your house.
  • Don’t stop talking to people.
  • Don’t self-medicate. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Parkinsons disease

Following must be avoided if suffering from the Parkinson’s disease:

  • Do not drive. As symptoms of Parkinson’s disease can seriously interfere with driving.
  • Do not try holding heavy things.
  • Exercise. It can help to keep your muscles strong, improve mobility and flexibility.    

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Skin care

  • Use make-up sparingly.
  • Avoid using fragrances, pomades, or gels on your hair. If they get on your face, they can block your skin's pores and irritate your skin. 
  • Avoid touching your skin part which has acne, rashes. It can spread the bacteria, and also irritate the already inflamed facial skin.
  • Do not sleep with make-up on.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Teeth health

  • Do not brush too hard, you will tear the gums or damage the tooth.
  • Do not forget to rinse your mouth after eating sugary food.
  • Do not sleep with your mouth open.
  • Do not smoke as it is known to cause oral cancer.
  • Do not keep sipping on beverages like tea or coffee throughout the day. This gives a chance to the bacteria to thrive and attack the enamel of the teeth.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

  • Do not feel negative. Be patient in your ways to cope up with the person's disorder.
  • Do not let the person with ADHD be in charge of the situation. Try calming the situation in a practical way.
  • Try not to get distracted by unnecessary things.
  • Don’t worry about the small failures.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Muscle Cramps

  • Avoid increasing the amount of exercise suddenly, increase it gradually every week.
  • If you have a cramp, don’t ignore the cramp and keep exercising. Stop until the cramp subsides.
  • Avoid putting ice on the cramped muscle, as it will keep the muscle still in cramp. Post a workout or after any major injury, putting ice helps to decrease the muscle hangover, but to relax the muscle, increase blood flow and loosen the muscle fibres, applying heat is better.
  • When the muscle is cramped, it may be difficult t find a comfortable position to rest. Place the cramped muscle or joint in a position where it stays at normal length or even slightly stretched. Resting it in a shortened position can cause it to cramp again.
  • Avoid strength training the cramped muscle as it will worsen the cramp.
  • If you have a lot of cramping, then it may be due to some other medical condition. If you suffer from muscle cramps regularly, then see a doctor. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Muscle Fatigue

You should not do the following things if you are experiencing muscle fatigue:

  • Don’t do the wrong exercise: Don’t exercise without consulting a fitness expert as different people need different exercises for their body.
  • Don’t sleep during the day: Try to avoid sleeping during the day as it can increase the muscle fatigue problem.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Jaundice

  • Do not take any medications on your own. Always consult a doctor.
  • In case of breastfeeding jaundice, do not stop breastfeeding. Continue it as before.
  • Avoid working under the sun, near the furnaces or any hot place.
  • Avoid taking the stress. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Migraine

  • Don’t spend too much time in front of the computer, mobile or any other electronic gadget.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Cough

Some of the things that should be avoided while suffering from a cough are as follows:

  • Do not expose oneself to the smoky and dusty area if suffering from a cough, as such conditions can worsen a cough.
  • Do not work in industries that produce toxic fumes. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Obesity

  • Decrease the energy intake from total sugars and fats.
  • Never skip breakfast as skipping breakfast makes you consume more calories during the day. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Hypokalemia

  • Do not use diuretics and laxatives.
  • Do not consume alcohol.
  • Do not exercise for more than 2 hours daily without a high-calorie diet. 

Other Useful Tips With Usage OfISOMIL POWDER 400GM

What Are The Tips For Bone health

  • Avoid substance use like smoking, alcohol.
  • If you have a family history of osteoporosis, you need to take extra care of yourself at a younger age.
  • Make exercise a habit.

What Are The Tips For Immunity building

Nutritional and complementary substances that have shown to improve immune system functioning include:

  • Moringa
  • Spirulina
  • Echinacea
  • Ginseng

What Are The Tips For Asthma

Having a nebuliser at home will be helpful for acute asthmatic episodes.

What Are The Tips For Cancer

  • Foods like ginseng, green tea, aloe vera, lycopene, vitamins and dietary supplements are sometimes used as an alternative treatment for cancer. However, before using any of these as a remedy for cancer, check with your doctor.
  • Acupuncture has been used in many instances to treat cancer as an alternative therapy. However, before you decide to go in for such therapies, do consult with your doctor.
  • There are a few vaccines that can help to prevent cancer. You can check these out and take the vaccines as recommended.
  • Don’t be stressed or anxious. Take up yoga or meditation that can help you deal with any stress.
  • Mental health counselling, relaxation exercises and stress management can help you manage fatigue and help you overcome it.
  • Take up activities that will help to distract you from your illness like gardening, bird watching, walking in the park, photography, etc. 

What Are The Tips For Cardiovascular disease

A supplement called coenzyme Q10 has shown an increase in cardiovascular performance. Discuss with your doctor before taking supplements.

What Are The Tips For Constipation

  • Store half a litre of water in the copper jug overnight and drink it empty stomach in morning. This helps in getting rid of every type of constipation. Continue it for a week or a month, depending on the severity of your problem.
  • Take one spoon of Isabel in hot milk every day till you get rid of constipation.

What Are The Tips For Depression

To fight against depression following can help:

  • Relaxation techniques (Yoga, meditation).
  • Stay connected with people.
  • Stay in sunlight for some time every day.
  • Get professional help.    

What Are The Tips For Skin care

  • Exfoliate your face with scrub made for face.
  • De-germ your cell phone. 

What Are The Tips For Teeth health

  • The best advice for teeth health is good oral hygiene and regular appointments with the dentist.
  • Keeping a watch of what goes into the mouth as food will go a long way in protecting those pearly white assets.
  • Along with brushing and flossing, using a mouthwash is very important. Mouthwash containing Listerine and chlorine dioxide will help in maintaining the good bacteria in the mouth. It will also promote good breath and make teeth strong.
  • Choosing toothpaste with fluoride will make the enamel strong, and hence, avoid tooth decay. But take care to use the pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste for kids. Using too much of it can cause white spots on the teeth.

What Are The Tips For Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Don’t get disappointed if your kid is affected by ADHD as it can be controlled. Consult a specialist. At the same time, don’t feel negative about yourself and practice meditation for at least 20 minutes per day.

What Are The Tips For Muscle Cramps

  • If you have a tendency to get muscle cramps while exercising, drink at least 2 cups of water before every workout and around 250ml during the exercise sessions. If you sweat a lot drink a sports drink that contains potassium and sodium to replenish the lost electrolytes.
  • If you get cramps while sleeping, try to avoid sleeping with your toes pointed and avoid tucking in the sheet very tightly, as this bends the toes downwards and causes cramps.
  • Taking a warm shower or soaking in a bath with added Epsom salts can help to relax the muscles and relieve muscle cramps.
  • Wintergreen oil contains methyl salicylate that helps to stimulate blood flow and relieve pain. Mixing wintergreen oil and vegetable oil in the ratio 1:4 and massaging it into the muscle cramp several times in a day can help to relieve the cramp.
  • Taking vitamin E helps to improve blood flow and prevents leg cramps at night.
  • Chamomile herb contains flavonoids and anti-inflammatory properties. Massage chamomile oil into the affected muscles to relax sore muscles and this also provide relief from muscular spasms.
  • Drinking cherry juice can help to relieve inflammation and muscle pain, as cherries have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
  • Cayenne pepper contains capsaicin that is a natural muscle relaxant and can help to reduce muscle spasms. You can add it to your food, use it in the capsule form or apply a cream containing it, on the affected muscle.
  • Apple cider vinegar is high in potassium and helps to relieve muscle cramps. Mixing one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with a glass of water and drinking this once a day can help to prevent muscle cramps. If you suffer from night-time cramps, mix a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar with honey and a tablespoon of calcium lactate with half a glass of warm water and drink this half an hour before going to bed for relief.
  • Having a teaspoon of yellow mustard with a glass of warm milk can help to treat muscle cramps, as yellow mustard contains acetic acid that can help to relieve soreness and pain.
  • Clove oil can help to reduce inflammation and swelling in muscles as it has anti-inflammatory properties. You can warm some clove oil and massage it for 5 minutes on the affected muscle for relief. 

What Are The Tips For Muscle Fatigue

Some valuable quick tips regarding muscle fatigue are as follows:

  • Apply an ice pack for treating the muscle fatigue.
  • Increase fluid intake.
  • Try natural remedies such as Epsom salt, essential oil like  Eucalyptus.
  • Take amino acid rich foods.
  • Take a hot and cold shower.
  • Go for swimming.
  • Try to have an uninterrupted sleep.

What Are The Tips For Jaundice

Some of the home remedies for jaundice are:

  • Add 1 tsp paste of basil leaves to one glass of radish juice and have it twice a day.
  • Take one-fourth cup juice of bitter gourd in the early morning daily.
  • Take one tsp pulp of Indian Aloe Vera with dry ginger powder and black salt and take it every morning.
  • Mix 1 tsp each of roasted barley powder and honey with a glass of water. Have this twice a day.

What Are The Tips For Migraine

Lifestyle Changes to prevent the migraine pains:

  • Have a proper sleep cycle with fixed sleeping and waking up time
  • Regular Exercise
  • Consume regular meals, as the dip in the sugar level, can be a cause of a migraine
  • Drink adequate amount of water as dehydration can also be a cause of a migraine
  • Stress is a major cause of a migraine, de-stress yourself through meditation, yoga, calm music or walk
  • Additional therapies along with prescription like acupuncture, massage, and talk therapy can help reduce the ailment.    

What Are The Tips For Cough

  • Always cover your mouth and nose whenever you trigger sneeze or a cough.
  • Always stay hydrated and consume plenty of fluids.
  • Make sure to keep your environment clean, especially items of daily use such as cell phones, toys, countertops.

What Are The Tips For Hypokalemia

Make sure that the patient follows the prescribed food diet rich in potassium properly. The patient should not consume too much potassium either. 

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Uses Of ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

Uses Of Salt: Soy protein

Soy protein is the plant-based protein isolated from soya beans. It is rich in proteins, minerals, fiber and amino acids. It helps in:

  • Preventing heart diseases, colon cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, osteoporosis, kidney diseases in diabetic patients, stroke, lung cancer, and thyroid cancer.
  • Reducing bad cholesterol, overall health risks, hyperglycemia (high glucose levels in the blood), overweight, protein in urine in kidney disease patients, symptoms of menopause, monthly breast pain, crams and swelling with premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
  • Boosting energy, bone strength, calcium balance in postmenopausal women.
  • Cell growth and regeneration.
  • Reducing pigmentation.
  • Fulfilling dietary requirements in pregnant women
  • Treating diarrhea in infants, Crohn’s disease, and migraines.
  • Improving skin color, fine lines, and texture.
Uses Of Salt: Vitamin B12

Mecobalamin is used to treat Vitamin B12 deficiency. 

Uses Of Salt: Beta-Carotene

Beta-carotene, a group of red/ yellow/ orange pigments is a precursor of vitamin A. Beta-carotene is converted into vitamin A (retinol) by the human body.

Vitamin A is essential for keeping skin, mucus membranes, our immune system and our eyes healthy. It acts as the antioxidant by protecting the body from free radicals.

It is also used for decreasing symptoms of asthma, preventing cancers, cataract and maintaining heart health.

Uses Of Salt: Lutein

Leutin in an essential micro nutrient needed by our body to:

  • Treat age – related macular degeneration (AMD), cataracts, and retinitis.
  • Reduce the risk of breast cancer, cervical cancer, diabetes, eye strain, high blood pressure.
  • Improve mental function.
Uses Of Salt: Lycopene

Lycopene, a naturally occurring chemical responsible for giving the fruits and vegetables the red colour. The antioxidant properties of it are used to manage:

Uses Of Salt: Fructooligosaccharides

It is a dietary fiber which is used as supplement sweetener to:

  • Decrease cholesterol level
  • Decrease blood sugar level
  • Treat constipation.
Uses Of Salt: Niacinamide

Niacinamide is a form of vitamin B3 and is used for preventing  and treating niacin deficiency.

Uses Of Salt: Potassium Citrate

Potassium, an important mineral in body is responsible for maintaining proper functioning of various parts of body. In medicine form, it is used for renal tubular acidosis (a kidney stone condition).

Uses Of Salt: L-Methionine

L-methionine is an essential amino acid needed for body functions and is used as a supplement. It: 

  • Treats acetaminophen poisoning, cobalamin deficiency, allergies, asthma, schizophrenia.
  • Reduce risk of colon cancer, neural tube birth defects, depression, and alcoholism.
  • Improves symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, liver function.
Uses Of Salt: Vitamin C

Vitamin C is used by the body to form collagen. Usual benefits of Vitamin C are:

  • Skin health
  • Ligaments, tendons formation
  • Blood vessels health
  • Bone health
  • Teeth health
  • Cartilage health
  • Healing of  wounds
  • Fighting ill-effects of toxicity 

Vitamin C is also used in skin care products. The benefits of using Vitamin C topically are:

  • Prevents damages by ultraviolet rays, boosts the effectiveness of sunscreens
  • Maintains skin health
  • Delays aging
  • Prevents pigmentation, dark spots
  • Prevents skin cancer
  • Removes acne marks
Uses Of Salt: Taurine

Taurine is an amino sulfonic acid having several health benefits like boosting cardiovascular, neurologic, eye and metabolic health. It has also been found useful in reversing tinnitus, fatty liver disease, obesity, mitigating diabetes and many more

Uses Of Salt: Sodium Selenate

Sodium selenate is a micronutrient supplement and is important for:

  • Activation of several tissue functions
  • Improvement of immune system
  • Fighting against cancer
  • Lowering risk of HIV
  • Regularisation of blood sugar levels, thyroid hormone levels
  • Reducing the symptoms of cellulitis like painful blisters and fever.
Uses Of Salt: Ascorbyl Palmitate

Ascorbyl palmitate is an ester formed from ascorbic acid and palmitic acid. It is also known as vitamin C ester. It is used as a supplement and in the food industry as it:

  • Acts as an antioxidant, food additive, and fragrance ingredient
  • Improves skin health
  • Prevents cellular aging of skin
  • Boosts immunity
Uses Of Salt: Zinc Sulfate

Zinc sulfate is a mineral needed for the proper body functioning and is used in the treatment low levels of zinc in blood and its consequences like acute diarrhoea amongst children, stunted growth and slow wound healing.

Uses Of Salt: L-Carnitine

L-Carnitine is used for fat loss, Increase strength and build muscle mass, building bone mass to reduce the progress of osteoporosis, arthritis and other bone diseases, heart health, kidney treatment, male infertility, type 2 diabetes.

Uses Of Salt: Calcium Pantothenate

Calcium pantothenate is used in the treatment of following conditions:

  • Vitamin B5 deficiency, constipation
  • ADHD in children
  • Dry eyes, eye-trauma
  • Osteoarthritis, symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
  • Sinus infection, nasal dryness
  • Skin irritation, Hair loss
  • Asthma
  • Diabetic problems
  • Muscular dystrophy, muscle cramps, sprains
Uses Of Salt: Riboflavin

Riboflavin is mostly used in combination of vitamin B complex and is used the treatment of following conditions:

  • Neonatal jaundice
  • Riboflavin deficiency
  • Cataracts
  • Hyper Hyperhomocysteinemia
  • Migraine

It has also be been useful in

  • Reducing the risk of liver cancer, food pipe cancer
  • Preventing precancerous spots on the cervix.

It may be useful in lactic acidosis of AIDS patients.

Uses Of Salt: Vitamin B6

Pyridoxamine Dihydrochloride (Vitamin B6) is important to:

  • Maintain and build immune system of body
  • Have positive effects on metabolism
  • Hormonal control, kidney health, anaemia, arthritis,
  • Maintain positive emotional health
  • Manage pre-mensural syndrome
  • Maintain skin health

 

It is also used to treat Vitamin B6 deficiency in following conditions:

  • Diabetic neuropathy
  • Cardiac disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Premenstrual syndrome
  • Emotional and mental disorders
  • Skin disorders
Uses Of Salt: Folic Acid

Folic acid is used for preventing & treating folate deficiency, and its complications, like anaemia, inability of the bowel to absorb nutrients properly. Folic acid is also used for folate deficiency conditions including liver disease, ulcerative colitis, alcoholism, and kidney dialysis.

Pregnant women are advised to take folic acid to prevent miscarriage and neural tube defects. 

Uses Of Salt: Potassium iodide

Potassium iodide is an active ingredient in cough syrups. It acts as an expectorant i.e., it loosens and breaks up mucus in airways thus facilitates a cough in chronic lung disease patients.

Potassium iodide is also used (along with anti-thyroid medicines) to prepare the thyroid gland for surgical removal, to protect the thyroid in a radiation exposure emergency and to treat hyperthyroidism.

Uses Of Salt: Biotin

Biotin is used to prevent and treat biotin deficiency associated with malnutrition, pregnancy, long-term tube feeding, and rapid weight loss. It’s also used for hair loss, skin rash in infants, brittle nails, diabetes, and mild depression.

Uses Of Salt: Vitamin D3

Uses:

  • Bone strength
  • Prevention of bone disorders like rickets, osteomalacia
  • Prevention of osteoporosis
  • Vitamin D is also used with other medications to treat low levels of calcium or phosphate caused by certain disorders (such as hypoparathyroidism, familial hypophosphatemia and pseudo-hypoparathyroidism).
  • It may also be used in kidney disease to keep calcium levels normal and have normal bone growth.
  • Vitamin D drops are given to breast-fed babies as breast milk has low levels of vitamin D usually.

Vitamin D (D2, D3, D4) is a vitamin that is fat soluble. It helps the body in absorbing phosphorus or calcium.

It is important to have adequate levels of vitamin D, phosphorus and calcium for building strong bones and also maintaining them.

Body gets vitamin D from sunlight. Any hindrance between skin and sunlight, like protective clothing, sunscreen, staying indoors or having limited exposure to sunlight, dark skin etc. may prevent absorption of vitamin D by body.

As the age advances, body’s ability of absorb sunlight reduces.

Vegetarian people are more prone to vitamin D deficiency as it is found more in animal based foods.

Uses Of Salt: Potassium Chloride

Potassium Chloride is used for preventing or treating low potassium levels in blood. Potassium levels in blood can go down due to certain medications, long spell of diarrhoea, vomiting or taking diuretic pills.

        Potassium is responsible for maintaining proper functioning of kidney, heart, muscles and nerves. Potassium is an important mineral which is required for normal functioning of our body and is found in many types of foods. Decrease in potassium level due to low dietary intakes or due to certain diseases may cause several diseases. 

Side Effects Of ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

Sideeffect Of Salt: Soy protein

Soy protein is usually safe, but in some cases like an overdose, it may cause side effects such as:

  • Constipation, nausea
  • Bloating, rash, itching
  • Abnormal tissue growth in uterus

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Vitamin B12

Mecobalamin is usually safe. Some people may experience:

  • Headache
  • Swelling
  • Itching
  • Getting nervous or anxious
  • Uncontrollable or Involuntary movements.   
Sideeffect Of Salt: Beta-Carotene

β-carotene is possibly safe if used as the supplement for short duration, under the supervision of a healthcare provider.

High doses of β-carotene may result in changing the skin colour to yellow or orange.

Some of the other side-effects of high dose may be:

  • Dizziness, headache
  • Burping, constipation or diarrhoea
  • Increased chances of colds, many types of cancers like that of lungs, stomach, and prostate.
  • Increased risk of coronary heart disease.
  • Muscle pain, joint pain may also occur in some cases.
Sideeffect Of Salt: Lutein

Lutein is usually safe.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Lycopene

Lycopene is generally well-adjusted by the bodies.    

Sideeffect Of Salt: Fructooligosaccharides

Generally, no side effects are observed if taken in appropriate quantity as prescribed by the doctor. Overdose may result in gas trouble due to indigestion.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Niacinamide

Niacinamide is mostly safe in patients. A minor side effect could be flushing reaction (causing tingling, itching, burning, and redness of arms, face, and chest).

Sideeffect Of Salt: Potassium Citrate

Overdose of Potassium Citrate can cause:

  • Stomach ache
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Confusion, difficulty in breathing, nervousness
  • Weakness in legs
Sideeffect Of Salt: L-Methionine

L–methionine is usually safe but in overdoses may cause side effects such as:

  • Increase blood levels of homocysteine.

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Vitamin C

Vitamin C is usually safe. 

Sideeffect Of Salt: Taurine

None

Sideeffect Of Salt: Sodium Selenate

Sodium selenate is usually safe, but in some cases of overdose may cause:

  • Bad breath, abnormal function of nervous system
  • Selenosis, nausea, vomiting

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Ascorbyl Palmitate

None.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Zinc Sulfate

The common side effects of zinc sulfate are:

  • Stomach upset, nausea
  • Heartburn, headache

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Sideeffect Of Salt: L-Carnitine

L-CARNITINE is usually safe. Some patients may experience the following side-effects:

  • Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhoea
  • Kidney or stomach damage
  • Metallic Taste
  • Heartburn
  • Appetite-loss
  • Headache
  • Gastrointestinal Discomfort
Sideeffect Of Salt: Calcium Pantothenate

Calcium pantothenate is mostly safe, but in some cases, it may cause diarrhea.

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Riboflavin

Mostly safe. In some cases, it may cause some side effects such as:

  • YellYellow/orange colour urine
  • Increased urine
  • Diarrhoea

Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Vitamin B6

Generally no severe side effects are observed when Pyridoxamine Dihydrochloride is taken in appropriate amount.

Consult your doctor if any of the following severe side effects occurs:

  • Nauseavomiting
  • Headache
  • Stomach pain
  • Loss of appetite 
Sideeffect Of Salt: Folic Acid

Some of the side effects (though rare) of Folic Acid are:

  • Constipation
  • Bitter taste in the mouth
  • Nausea
  • Sleeping disturbances
  • Allergic rejection
  • Bloating

Please consult your doctor if you get any of the above side effects, especially if they do not go away within 3-4 days of starting the use.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Potassium iodide

Some side effects of potassium iodide may be:

  • Vomiting, diarrhoea
  • Metallic taste in mouth, nausea
  • A headache, acne, stomach ache

Most people using this medicine do not experience any side effects. However, please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Biotin

Biotin is usually safe unless taken in excess.

Sideeffect Of Salt: Vitamin D3

Many people do not experience any side-effects of Vitamin D3, unless taken in high doses. Some of the side effects may be:

  • Weakness
  • Vomiting
  • Headache
  • Sleepiness
  • Fatigue
  • Loss of appetite
  • Metallic taste
  • Nausea
  • Dry mouth 
Sideeffect Of Salt: Potassium Chloride

Some of the common side-effects include:

  • Nausea, vomiting
  • Stomach upset
  • Diarrhoea, gas

If any of the above symptoms persist for long, please consult your doctor. Consult your doctor if any of the following severe side effects occurs:

  • Stomach pain
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Bloody stools
  • Weakness
  • Swelling
  • Numbness
  • Allergic reactions such as hives, rashes or redness of skin.

Contraindications Of ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

Contraindications Of Salt: Soy protein

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Hypersensitivity towards soy protein or any other allergies.
  • Cystic fibrosis, kidney failure
  • Milk allergy, hypothyroidism
  • Asthma, hay fever, cancer
Contraindications Of Salt: Vitamin B12

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • The breast-feeding mothers.
  • If suffering from an infection
  • Low iron or folate level
  • Polycythemia (a bone disease)
  • Optic atrophy (genetic condition that harms the nerve connecting the eye to brain)
  • Blood in urine.
Contraindications Of Salt: Beta-Carotene

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • You are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding.
  • You are already taking any other supplement.
  • You smoke or drink.
Contraindications Of Salt: Lutein

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Cystic fibrosis
Contraindications Of Salt: Lycopene

Please consult your doctor before consuming Lycopene in the following cases:

  • Pregnancy
  • Prostate cancer.
Contraindications Of Salt: Fructooligosaccharides

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy and Lactation
Contraindications Of Salt: Niacinamide

Please consult your doctor before consuming in the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy and breast-feeding or planning of childbirth
  • Kidney dialysis
  • Bleeding problems
  • Diabetes
  • Gout
  • Liver, kidney or stomach problems
Contraindications Of Salt: Potassium Citrate

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy, breastfeeding
  • Any type of kidney or liver problem
  • Any heart problem
  • Diarrhoea
  • Any kind of tissue damage
Contraindications Of Salt: L-Methionine

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Acidosis
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Cirrhosis
  • Methylene tetra hydro folate reductase deficiency
  • Liver diseases
Contraindications Of Salt: Vitamin C

None.

Contraindications Of Salt: Taurine

None

Contraindications Of Salt: Sodium Selenate

None.

Contraindications Of Salt: Ascorbyl Palmitate

None.

Contraindications Of Salt: Zinc Sulfate

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Low blood levels of copper.
Contraindications Of Salt: L-Carnitine

Please inform  your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy
  • Prostate cancer.
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Seizures
Contraindications Of Salt: Calcium Pantothenate

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

Hyper sensitivity towards the drug calcium pantothenate or any other allergies.

  • Stomach blockage
  • Haemophilia
Contraindications Of Salt: Riboflavin

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Hyper sensitivity towards the drug riboflavin or any other allergies.
Contraindications Of Salt: Vitamin B6

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy or planning for pregnancy, breast feeding.
Contraindications Of Salt: Folic Acid
  • Antibiotics. Iron decreases the effectiveness of certain types of antibiotics. Hence, there should be a gap of 1-2 hours between iron and antibiotics dose.
  • Bisphosphonates, Levodopa, Levothyroxine, Methyldopa and Mycophenolate Mofetil, Iron might decreases the absorption of these medicines. Hence, if you are taking any medicines containing any of these salts, you should keep a gap of 1-2 hours between any iron supplement and these medicines.
Contraindications Of Salt: Potassium iodide

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Hypersensitivity towards potassium iodide or any other allergies.
  • Skin diseases like dermatitis, herpetiformis
  • Blood vessel disease
  • Nodular thyroid disease with heart disease
  • Muscle disorder (myotonia congenita)
Contraindications Of Salt: Biotin

Please consult your doctor before consuming in the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding or planning of childbirth
  • Kidney dialysis
  • Bleeding problems
  • Diabetes
  • Gout
  • Liver, kidney or stomach problems
Contraindications Of Salt: Vitamin D3

People with following conditions should Use vitamin D cautiously:

  • Kidney disease: Vitamin D may increase calcium levels in body and increase the risk of hardening of the arteries in people having serious kidney disease. This must be balanced with the need to prevent renal osteodystrophy (a bone disease that occurs when the kidneys fail to maintain proper levels of calcium & phosphorus in blood). People with kidney disease should carefully monitor calcium levels.
  • High levels of calcium in the blood
  • Hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis)
  • Sarcoidosis (enlargement of lymph nodes)
  • Histoplasmosis
  • Over-active parathyroid gland (hyperparathyroidism):
  • Lymphoma
  • Tuberculosis
  • Vitamin D might increase calcium levels in people with above conditions. This might result in complications such as kidney stones.
Contraindications Of Salt: Potassium Chloride

Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Kidney problems
  • Heart problems
  • Liver problems
  • Dehydration problem
  • Intestinal ulcer

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What Are The Best Foods For Bone health

For maintaining healthy and strong bones, it is recommended that the intake of vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin D and calcium is promoted in the person with bone health loss. So, here is a list of important food items:

  • Lean-protein diet: Protein helps with generating collagen fibres that help with maintaining the bone structure. Moreover, protein taken in adequate amounts by the body helps in strengthening the bone tissues. On the other hand, a high-protein diet, which is usually followed in weight loss programs, may lead to reduced bone density. In addition, a study stated that older adults with low protein have a higher risk of developing weak bones and that too, rapidly. A lean-protein diet comprises of food items like seeds and nuts, beans, fish, skinless poultry, chicken, etc. 
  • Fruits and Vegetables: While research on the evident benefits of fruits and vegetables in a person's diet suffering from bone health loss is still progressing, many experts say that it is helpful with the reduction of calcium loss in the bones. Another study suggests that it is due to flavonoids and phenols in the fruits and vegetables that help strengthen the bones. Furthermore, such healthy foods comprise of a rich quantity of antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins that are all stored inside bones for increasing their density. Fruits and vegetables that are good for bones are Chinese cabbage, collard greens, okra, broccoli, dandelion greens, turnip greens, kale, mustard greens, oranges, kiwi, prunes, rhubarb, prickly pears, dried apricots, etc.
  • Eggs: Even though the composition of an egg is limited with only 6% vitamin D, it is a food item that is easily available. However, readers should note that the vitamin D is not in the egg white, but the egg yolk.
  • Sardines: Sardines are often spotted as canned food items that unbelievably have high calcium and vitamin D levels. For people who do not mind eating fish, sardines turn out to be one of the most prominent sources of the key ingredients for maintaining bone health.
  • Cheese: Calcium is a key ingredient found in cheese, but that does not make it eatable in excess. Maintaining a healthy cheese-eating habit comprises of about 1.5 ounces of its consumption on a daily basis. However, cheese is not able to fulfil the intake of vitamin D so the person with bone health loss may need some other source for the vitamin-part.
  • Milk: Another rich source of calcium is milk that can cover up at least 30% of daily calcium intake. Moreover, there are many brands that offer milk rich in vitamin D as well. This makes it another healthy food item for bolstering those weak bones.
  • Yogurt: A cup of yoghurt a day can help with maintaining a healthy diet comprising of essential minerals including calcium and vitamin D. Do note that for the ones who are considering opting for Greek yoghurt may not find it a rich source of calcium and vitamin D. 

What Are The Best Foods For High Cholesterol

Different foods help lowering cholesterol in different ways. Some foods have soluble fibre that binds cholesterol in the digestive system and pushes them out of the body before they even enter the circulation.

Others give polyunsaturated fats, helpful in directly lowering LDL. Some have stanols and plant sterols that inhibit the body from absorbing cholesterol.

  • Oats. Oats give you soluble fibre, which helps in improving the cholesterol. One bowl of oatmeal, with added banana and a few strawberries, is the best breakfast.
  • Barley, other whole grains: They deliver soluble fibre, thus lowering risk of a heart disease.
  • Beans. Beans (kidney beans, garbanzos, lentils and black eyed peas) are also rich in soluble fibre.
  • Nuts: Two ounces of almonds, walnuts, peanuts etc. not only reduce LDL but also provide other nutrients which protect the heart in many ways.
  •  Vegetable oils. Use liquid vegetable oils such as sunflower, canola, and safflower instead of butter or pure ghee in cooking.
  • Citrus fruits, apples, grapes and strawberries are rich in pectin, a type of soluble fibre which lowers LDL.
  • Fish: To lower LDL, eat fish 2-3 times a week as it delivers omega 3 fats.

What Are The Best Foods For Immunity building

  • Foods high in antioxidants, especially berries.
  • Vitamin C is a potent anti-inflammatory and immune booster. Foods rich in vitamin C include Grapefruits, oranges, red bell peppers, strawberries, papaya.
  • Vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to some auto-immune diseases. Foods rich in vitamin D include egg yolks, beef liver, cheese, mushrooms, fish such as tuna and salmon.
  • Probiotic rich foods lower intestinal inflammation and stimulate good bacteria in the gut, strengthening the immune system. Foods include yogurt, kefir, kombucha.
  • Garlic cloves. Garlic has long been used for its antibacterial and antiviral properties as well as immune boosting abilities.
  • Ginger boosts immunity and is anti-inflammatory.
  • Coconut oil contains lauric acid that has a strong antiviral and antibacterial component.
  • Zinc helps fight infections. Zinc is especially rich in shellfish foods.

What Are The Best Foods For Anaemia

  • Maintain the healthy diet, especially foods containing iron, Vitamin B12 (Eggs, Cheese, Milk, Meats like beef, lamb, pork, Fish, Fortified breakfast cereals).
  • Eat lots of leafy vegetables like spinach.
  • Fruits like Pomegranates.
  • Beetroot and sesame seeds are considered the wonder food for treating anemia.

What Are The Best Foods For Asthma

There are certain food items, which are commonly available in every household and are extremely effective in reducing the seriousness of asthma. Some best foods for asthma are given below:

  • Garlic: Boiled in water, mixed with honey, it helps in reducing airway contraction.
  • Mustard oil: Mix camphor in hot mustard oil and apply in on the chest, back and neck.
  • Figs: Soak 3 pieces overnight in water and eat it empty stomach next day.
  • Fresh Garlic: 2-3 cloves a day.
  • Hot coffee.
  • Eucalyptus Oil: It has decongestant properties. Add 2-3 drops of eucalyptus oil in the pot of hot boiling water and inhale the steam.
  • Honey
  • Onions, Apples, carrots, melon, Avocados.
  • Flax seeds.

What Are The Best Foods For Cancer

  • Eat nutrient-rich foods like fruits, vegetables, legumes like beans and peas and other high-calories foods as this helps to prevent putting on weight, obesity and the risk of cancer.
  • Eat lean meats like poultry, fish, etc. instead of red meat like pork, lamb and beef to prevent weight gain and the risk of cancers.
  • Eat whole fruits and vegetables. If you are drinking juice, then drink only 100% fresh fruit and vegetable juices.
  • Choose whole grains and whole grain products like whole grain pasta, cereals, and bread. Eat brown rice instead of white rice. These are healthier alternatives and prevents the risk of cancers.
  • Drink plenty of water and healthy juices. It is very important to stay hydrated if you are having cancer.

What Are The Best Foods For Cataract

  • Beta-carotene rich foods like kale, carrots, sweet potatoes, spinach, turnip and butternut squash are known to prevent cataract.
  • 250 mg of daily vitamin C helps in slowing growth of cataract. Foods rich in vitamin C are oranges, guavas, dark leafy greens, bell peppers, broccoli, sprouts, kiwi, Brussels and papaya.
  • Salmon, rich in astaxanthin.
  • Green tea
  • Walnuts, rich in anti-oxidants, omega 3 fatty acids, vitamin E.
  • Carrots, rich in lutein.
  • Avocados, rich in lutein, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin E, and beta-carotene, — all helpful in preventing cataracts. 
  • Vitamin B2 and B 3 rich foods like lean beef, lamb, mushrooms, low-fat milk, chicken, kidney beans, peanuts.
  • Vitamin A rich foods.

What Are The Best Foods For Cardiovascular disease

  • A diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • Legumes such as chickpeas, lentils, and beans help to lower cholesterol.
  • High fibre grains such as whole grain bread, pasta. Oatmeal helps to lower cholesterol. It contains a product called beta-glucan that contributes to lower LDL (the "bad cholesterol).
  • Healthy oils such as virgin olive, coconut and almond oils.
  • Avocados are high in healthy unsaturated fats.
  • Fish high in omega three such as tuna and salmon. The Heart Association recommends eating fatty fish at least twice a week.
  • Dark chocolate (more than 70%). Cocoa is a high antioxidant. It contains a bioactive component called flavonoids. It is a great free radical scavenger.
  • Fruits those are high in antioxidants such as blueberries, red grapes, and pomegranates.

What Are The Best Foods For Constipation

  • Certain changes in the eating habits can save you from constipation. Add the following in your daily diet:
  • Drink lots of water. Take extra 3-4 glasses every day.
  • Eat fibrous food. Eating whole fruit is always better than taking juices, as fruit pulp has more fibre.
  • Pop corns, Groundnuts
  • Flaxseeds
  • Peaches, apples, plums, pears, strawberries, blueberries, papaya,
  • Dried fruits
  • Beans, Broccoli

What Are The Best Foods For Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

  • Whole grains, such as brown rice, oatmeal, quinoa, millet, or amaranth
  • Indian blueberry
  • Brown rice
  • Broccoli, hailed as super food for diabetes management
  • Fish
  • Psyllium husk
  • Cannellini beans
  • Spinach
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Walnuts
  • Cinnamon
  • Green leafy vegetables like collard greens
  • Turmeric

What Are The Best Foods For Kidney Stone

  • Eat calcium-rich foods (preferably fresh foods instead of supplements). Foods rich in calcium are cheese, seeds, yogurt, sardines, almonds, canned salmon, whey protein, green leafy vegetables etc.
  • Vitamin B rich foods help people with kidney stones. Some of the rich sources of vitamin B6 are seafood, bananas, poultry, potatoes, leafy green vegetables like spinach, and fortified cereals.

What Are The Best Foods For Depression

Though a balanced diet is necessary to fight against depression, few things(antioxidants) that can help are:

  • Beta-carotene rich foods (Carrots, Collards, Cantaloupe, broccoli, apricots, peaches, pumpkin, spinach, sweet potato).
  • Vitamin C (Berries, broccoli, grapefruit, kiwi, orange, pear, tomatoes).
  • Vitamin E rich foods(nuts, seeds, vegetable oils, wheat germ).    

What Are The Best Foods For Parkinsons disease

The right diet plan can help you manage Parkinson’s disease better. Include the following items in your diet:

  • Starchy foods: Starchy foods provide essential carbohydrates for calcium, iron energy, fibre, and B vitamins. Best starchy foods are bread, cereals, green banana, maize meal, potatoes, millet, pasta, couscous, rice.
  • Fruit and vegetables: Fruit and vegetables provide minerals, vitamins, and fibre, apple, pear, orange, pineapple, beans, pulses, plums.
  • Dairy products: yoghurt, milk.
  • Vitamin D: Eggs, oily fish like sardines, salmon, tuna, and mackerel.
  • Proteins: Cereals, pulses, beans, nuts.   

What Are The Best Foods For Skin care

  • Eat lots of fruits and vegetables:
  • Vitamin A (sweet potatoes, red chili peppers, butternut squash, lettuce, spinach, broccoli, collard greens, and carrots),
  • Vitamin C (green leafy vegetables, oranges, cabbage, fortified cereals, lemon, papaya, juices),
  • Vitamin E, Vitamin B 12 (Beef, mutton, egg, liver, milk and cheese).

What Are The Best Foods For Teeth health

  • Fresh, fibrous fruits and vegetables: Apples, carrots, cucumbers, oranges, celery and all crisp fruits and vegetables help in saliva flow and also fight plaque and bad breath. Vitamin A present in fruits helps in building tooth enamel and vitamin C helps in healing of gums.
  • Milk and other dairy products: Milk, cheese, and yogurt contain calcium and phosphates which help in fighting tooth decay and strengthening the teeth. If you are a vegan, you can try soy milk and other calcium-fortified products.
  • Green and black tea: Tea is known to contain substances which suppress or destroy bacteria which attack food particles in the mouth. This prevents the formation of cavities and also reduces gum inflammation. Remember not to add sugar to the tea.
  • Omega 3 fatty acids: Omega 3 fatty acids are known to prevent inflammation and infection, thereby reducing the chance of gum disease. Sources are fish, flax seeds, and walnuts.
  • Water: Water is, undoubtedly, the best food for your mouth. It rinses off any food particles left in the mouth, keeping it clean and with neutral pH.  Fluorinated water is even better because fluoride remineralizes the tooth surface and prevents cavities.  

What Are The Best Foods For Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

People (whether children, teenagers or adults) suffering from ADHD ought to follow a healthy diet. For children with ADHD, this is extra hard as ADHD medications limit their appetite to eat various healthy foods. As the patient is hyperactive in this condition, there is a need for higher level of energy intake.

Fruits: A very good source of vitamins, fibre and minerals can be obtained from fruits. Fruits like bananas, apples, strawberries, peaches, etc. can all be consumed by ADHD patients to increase their nutritional intake. If they are fussy about eating such whole fruits, then blending them into tasty smoothies is an option.

Protein: Protein intake is also important for ADHD patients, which is why foods like peanut butter, almonds, eggs, goat's cheese, etc. are good for them.

Other sources of energy for ADHD sufferers can be obtained from raw vegetables that can be served with nutritious dips as well. Carrot sticks, sautéed broccoli, beans are some of the vegetables that can help kerb ADHD.  

What Are The Best Foods For Muscle Cramps

  • Eat healthy foods that are rich in calcium, potassium and magnesium especially if you’re pregnant.
  • Foods such as tomato juice, dried fruits, milk, citrus juice, avocados, bananas, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, potatoes, fish, dairy, etc. are rich in potassium and help to break down carbs and build muscle and reduce muscle cramps.
  • Eating foods such as cottage cheese, feta cheese, celery, beetroot, pesto, carrots, olives, smoked fish and meats, Himalayan rock salt and sea salt can help to replenish the sodium in the body and prevent cramps.
  • Calcium is very important for the contractions of the smooth and skeletal muscles. Eat foods that contain calcium such as dark green leafy vegetable, nuts, dairy, canned fish with bones like salmon, sardines, anchovies, seeds, etc to prevent muscle cramps.
  • Foods rich in magnesium such as soybeans, legumes, avocado, nuts, seeds, green leafy vegetables, cereal, brown rice, dark chocolate, cocoa, bananas, dried fruit, yoghurt, etc. help in the proper contraction and relaxation of muscles and help to prevent muscle cramps. 

What Are The Best Foods For Muscle Fatigue

Healthy diets and foods can overcome the painful muscle cramps and fatigue. You should eat the following foods in sufficient quantity upon your doctor’s recommendations:

  • Fish oils: Fatty acids found in fish oils are beneficial for healing process and inflammation. These are also beneficial for nerve pain and muscle soreness.
  • Vegetable oils: Vegetable oils such as sunflower oil, soybean oil, olive oil, etc. are rich in fatty acids, so they are useful in muscle pain.
  • Green leafy vegetables such as kale: Green leafy vegetables are rich sources of magnesium that helps calcium to absorb in bones properly. Magnesium also helps in relaxing the muscles.
  • Oats: Daily consumption of oatmeal can give you relief from muscle spasms and its associated weakness.
  • Figs: Figs are very useful for regulating muscle functions as well as preventing muscle cramps.
  • Wholegrain products: Whole grain products are beneficial for sore muscles and joints.
  • Kidney beans: They help in relaxing the muscles.
  • Fruits like pineapple, papaya, guava, and mango: These fruits are beneficial in muscle pain relief.
  • Pumpkin, sunflower, and sesame seeds: They are helpful in sore joints.
  • Moreover, your daily food intake should be associated with the following nutrients:
  • Sodium: Sodium is an essential nutrient in order to maintain a balance of normal body fluid and control a healthy blood pressure. Sodium along with other nutrients helps to generate nerve impulses as well as muscle contraction. So, you can take your sodium intake from the Himalayan rock salt, natural sea, or unprocessed foods. Cheese (feta, cottage, cheddar, blue, etc.), pickled foods, carrot, beetroot, celery, pesto, olives, sauerkraut, smoked fish, and meat contain a good amount of sodium. But, you should consume sodium in a limited margin.
  • Potassium: Potassium is a major electrolyte and is essential for proper muscular function along with nervous system function. So, you should take potassium rich foods such as banana, avocado, citrus, melon, pumpkin, potato, sweet potato, fish, and dairy.
  • Calcium: Calcium is a crucial nutrient for smooth and skeletal muscle contraction. It is important in generating a nerve impulse. Calcium deficiency can result in impaired muscle contraction. So, don’t forget to consume calcium rich foods such as dairy, edible bones (pink salmon, anchovies, and sardines), canned fish, nuts, seeds, dark, leafy greens and fortified tofu.
  • Magnesium: Magnesium is useful for muscle relaxation and contraction. So, you should take foods like soybeans and legumes, avocado, nuts, bananas, mackerel, whole grains (cereal and brown rice), dark chocolate, seeds, natural yoghurt, leafy greens, dried fruits, etc.
  • Drink plenty of water as your body need to be hydrated in order to overcome the muscle pain.

What Are The Best Foods For Jaundice

Eat more of whole-wheat flour, parboiled rice, or brown rice, mangoes, bananas, Indian gooseberries (amla), spinach, tomatoes, potatoes, grapes, lemons, radishes, raisins, almonds, dried dates, and cardamom.

Eat fiber-rich foods like fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts and whole grains. High-fiber foods include berries, brown rice, kale, broccoli, almonds, oatmeal, and quinoa.

Herbal tea, green tea are known to improve liver function.

Silymarin and antioxidants present in milk thistle help repair damaged liver cells.

Papaya, orange peels, honey, pineapple, and mango etc. have naturally digestive enzymes, which help in reducing bilirubin.

What Are The Best Foods For Migraine

Foods that can help keep migraine pain or other headaches in check are:

  • Grains: The rich fibre content of grains keep the sugar level controlled as the dip in sugar level can trigger a migraine or a headache.
  • Fish and Meat: These have plenty of essential fatty acids that inhibit the inflammation causing hormones’ production, therefore helping in decreasing the migraine pain or headaches. Salmon, mackerel, trout have high fatty acids amount. Tuna, Turkey, Chicken and beef liver have Vitamin B6 that can help decrease the ongoing pain.
  • Seeds, Legumes and Nuts: Almonds, Cashews, Brown Rice, Peas and various other legumes have high amounts of Magnesium that can keep a migraine or other headaches away. Sesame seeds have the high amount of Vitamin E and magnesium and are good for the ailment.
  • Fruits: The water found naturally in the fruits has many minerals that keep a migraine and other headaches at bay. Fruits like: watermelon, papaya, berries, melon, cucumber, tomatoes, cantaloupe, grapefruit, cherries, apricots, pineapples, apples, avocados must be consumed.
  • Cinnamon and rosemary help in decreasing the headaches.
  • The anti-inflammatory properties of ginger root reduce the inflammation that causes a headache.    

What Are The Best Foods For Cough

  • Soup: The soups are beneficial in treated and soothing cough. Especially chicken soup does wonder in a cough. Also, vegetarians can have vegetable soups as well. Soups have anti-inflammatory properties that help in healing the damage caused to the throat by coughing. Make sure not to add sour and hot sauces like vinegar and soy sauce as it may worsen the irritation in the throat. One can have a bowl of warm soup twice a day when suffering from a cough.
  • Foods containing spices: The spicy foods have heat in them due to a chemical called capsaicin. Capsaicin acts like natural expectorant and helps in thinning the mucus. Some of the spices that help in a cough are cayenne pepper, black pepper, turmeric, liquorice, and cinnamon.
  • VitaminC rich foods: Vitamin C is well known for its benefit of boosting immunity. Hence, it fights with the agents causing cough. Some of the foods that are rich in vitamin C and can be consumed when suffering from a cough are broccoli, kiwi, bell peppers, etc.
  • Honey: An age-old remedy for a cough is honey. It provides a protective layer on the throat; hence provide relief to a sore throat. Also, it is rich in antioxidants. Honey is the ingredient in many of the cough syrups. 

What Are The Best Foods For Obesity

Foods recommended to manage overweight and obesity:

  • Foods with the high quantity of fibre as a fibre is bulky and takes longer to digest, therefore you feel full for a longer period of time. Fibre rich foods are fruits and vegetables, breakfast cereals, whole wheat bread or pasta.
  • Calcium acts with the hormones to elevate the fat metabolism, so calcium rich foods like yoghurt, cheese, kale, broccoli, milk, sardines, salmon and mackerel must be consumed.
  • Plant-based foods have high amounts of fibre, calcium, vitamin d and potassium, so must be consumed over high-calorie foods.
  • Low-calorie foods but with high nutrient value like most fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and randomly lean, baked or broiled meat can be consumed. 

What Are The Best Foods For Hypokalemia

  • Potassium-rich diet: Hypokalemia is treatable by following a potassium-rich diet that will prevent the loss of the mineral in the body. A proper diet plan rich in foods containing potassium such as avocados, bananas, figs, kiwis, oranges, spinach, bran, peanut butter, beans, peas, tomatoes, etc., is needed for rejuvenating body low on the mineral. However, it is also necessary that the patient is not taking too much potassium, crossing the limit.
  • Dairy products and meat: Potassium is also found in meat and dairy products that can be added to a patient's diet. Some of these foods are milk, cheese, chicken, red meat, etc. 

Worst Foods With ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

What Are The Worst Foods For Bone health

 

The decrease in bone health may have multiple reasons behind it, but the primary reason for bone health degradation is the kind of food a person consumes. Hence, the worst foods that should be avoided are:

  • Caffeine: With the consumption of coffee, magnesium and calcium are excreted in the urine at a much higher rate. Research says that consumption of two cups of coffee can lead to bone disintegration. Also, consumption of three coffee cups takes away around 45mg of calcium from the body. This risk keeps on worsening on more and more consumption of coffee, which ultimately leads to the fracturing of the hip bone.
  • Alcohol: Alcohol is one of the worst food items that increase the risks of bone health degradation. Consumption of regular alcohol deteriorates overall health, including bones. This is because alcohol acts as an inhibitor of the absorption of essential minerals as it reduces the magnesium levels in the body. Excessive intake of alcohol too can lead to bone fracture with time.
  • Salts: Too much salt consumption leads to removal of calcium through the urine in the body. Sodium that is present in foods at 20% or above is not suitable for the bones, so they ought to be avoided.
  • Saturated fat foods: Saturated fat is not recommended to be a part of the diet of a person suffering from bone health depletion. Saturated fat will act as a counterproductive compound, leading to the thinning of the bones. This will eventually lead to bone fracture. Some well-known foods that contain saturated fats are tropical oils, cream, butter, lard, poultry skin, and red meat. 

What Are The Worst Foods For High Cholesterol

Here are the things you should avoid:

  • Saturated fats: Red meat, whole-fat dairy products, eggs, vegetable oils, such as palm oil, coconut oil, and cocoa butter. Saturated fat can increase your levels of "bad" LDL cholesterol and at the same time lowers triglycerides and nudges up levels of "good" HDL cholesterol. Hence, saturated fats should be taken in moderate quantities.
  • Trans fats: Pies, cakes, cookies, donuts, French fries, chips, Margarine, samosa, muffins, pan cakes, fried chicken and other fried items.

What Are The Worst Foods For Immunity building

  • Sugar and refined carbohydrates. High glycemic index carbohydrates and sugar wreak havoc on your body's immune system, by causing insulin spikes and blood sugar surges, increasing inflammation and lowering immunity.
  • Processed foods especially high in colourants, preservatives and chemicals all increase inflammation and lower immunity.
  • Foods high in saturated fatty acids.
  • Excessive alcohol intake reduces white blood cells in the immune system after long term use.

What Are The Worst Foods For Anaemia

  • Junk food.
  • Coffee, tea, red wine as these inhibit the absorption of iron.
  • White bread.
  • Sugar
  • Desserts

What Are The Worst Foods For Asthma

  • Foods with preservatives added to them
  • Wine, beer
  • Shrimps
  • Pickles
  • Eggs (for children, as some children are allergic to eggs)
  • Peanuts
  • Excessive salt in food
  • Oily, fatty foods

What Are The Worst Foods For Cancer

  • Avoid calorie-dense, fatty foods like chips, French fries, doughnuts, pastries, ice creams, etc. as they cause weight gain and obesity, which are the main cause of cancer.
  • Reduce or eliminate your consumption of sugar and sugary foods and beverages like sports drinks, soft drinks, etc. as sugar boosts the insulin and suppresses the immune system and also feeds the cancer cells.
  • Reduce or eliminate processed meats that are smoked, cured salted or preserved like sausages, hot dogs, bacon, lunch meats, etc. as they increase the risk of cancer. 
  • Avoid creamy dressings, sauces and dips as they are high in calories and can cause weight gain.
  • Avoid red meat as these meats increase the risk of cancer.
  • Avoid genetically modified (GMO) foods as they will worsen the effects of cancer.
  • Avoid soybean oil or corn oil as these can suppress the immune system further, especially if the oils are hydrogenated. 
  • Avoid drinking alcohol as it can cause liver, oesophageal and breast cancer.

What Are The Worst Foods For Cataract

All foods, which are not good for maintaining the healthy body, are prohibited for maintaining eye health also. The list of unhealthy foods is junk foods, caffeine, saturated fats, alcohol and fast foods etc. 

What Are The Worst Foods For Cardiovascular disease

  • Foods that are high in saturated fatty acids.
  • Full-cream dairy products.
  • Red meat should be used in moderation as it increases cholesterol levels and contributes to high blood pressure.

What Are The Worst Foods For Constipation

Avoid cheese and dairy items

  • Fried foods
  • Red meat
  • Chips
  • Frozen food
  • Unripe banana
  • Caffeine
  • Chocolate
  • Processed food

What Are The Worst Foods For Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

  • Sugar
  • White bread, pastries, cakes, cookies
  • Fruits like mango, bananas, melon, peaches, nectarines 
  • Canned juices, fruits
  • White rice
  • Blended coffee, ice creams, sweets
  • Chinese food
  • Fruit juices
  • French fries
  • Fatty meats

What Are The Worst Foods For Kidney Stone

  • Reduce consumption of oxalate-rich foods: Some people tend to form calcium oxalate stones; hence their doctor may suggest them to reduce such foods. These include beets, okra, rhubarb, spinach, sweet potatoes, Swiss chard, nuts, tea, black pepper, chocolate, and soy products.
  • Reduce salt and animal protein. Reduce the amount of salt you eat and choose non-animal protein source.
  • Since different people get different types of stones (uric acid, calcium oxalate, calcium phosphate, and cysteine), identify the type of your stone and avoid foods rich in those salts or minerals.

What Are The Worst Foods For Depression

Food that can contribute to depression are;

  • Refined Sugar causes a hike in the glucose levels that disturbs the mood, drains energy and causes sleep disturbances
  • Artificial Sweeteners
  • Processed foods
  • Hydrogenated oils
  • Food with high sodium content can affect the neurological system and thus enhance depression
  • Alcohol is a Central Nervous System Depressant
  • Caffeine causes sleeplessness, agitation, nervousness, depression and anxiety.    

What Are The Worst Foods For Parkinsons disease

  • Limit your intake of salt and sugar.
  • Avoid high fat or cholesterol foods like cheese, meats.
  • Excessive protein rich foods like soy, cheese    

What Are The Worst Foods For Skin care

  • Reduce sugar intake.
  • Fast food, junk food.
  • Cow’s milk (Sometimes cow’s milk is taken from pregnant cows. It has increased levels of hormones, which in turn can cause acne). 

What Are The Worst Foods For Teeth health

  • Sugary sweets and candies: Sugary food is what bacteria thrive on. Even if you wish to have sweets, opt for those which leave no particles sticking to the teeth and clear out of the mouth quickly.
  • Starchy carbohydrates: Foods like chips, crackers, bread, and pasta contain starch which is available as sugar to the bacteria.
  • Carbonated soft drinks and sodas: Firstly, carbonated drinks again contain a lot of sugar. Secondly, they contain phosphorous and carbon dioxide which are known to wear away the enamel of the teeth. This causes them to get brown or stained.
  • Fruit juices: Though fruit juices are healthy, they contain sugar and acids which are a bad combination for teeth. If you regularly consume juices, don’t keep them for too long in the mouth. Use a straw for minimal contact with teeth.

What Are The Worst Foods For Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

  • ADHD patients being hyperactive are prone to act with uncontrollable mood swings on consumption of certain foods.
  • Sugary foods: Too much sugar can lead to higher sugar levels in the body that increase hyperactivity and mood swings in the patients. So, it is prudent to avoid sugary foods like candies, sweets, energy drinks, etc.
  • Make them avoid eating anything that is too colourful to look at as well. These include fruit-flavoured cereals, gelatine powder, hard candy, cake mixes, etc.

What Are The Worst Foods For Muscle Cramps

  • Avoid drinking alcohol, as it causes dehydration and the muscle cramps to worsen.
  • Avoid tea, coffee and soda as the caffeine contained in these constrict the blood vessels, reduce circulation in the muscles and worsen muscle cramps. Drink water, herbal tea or decaf instead. 

What Are The Worst Foods For Muscle Fatigue

You should not eat the following foods if you are experiencing muscle fatigue:

 

Egg: Egg yolk contains arachidonic acid, and according to some studies, it is one of the main fatty acids that are associated with inflammation.

Processed foods: Processed foods (such as bacon, granola bars, flavoured nuts, fruit snacks, margarine, microwave popcorn, ketchup, etc.) are related to high-glycemic starches and processed sugars, and they are mostly responsible for muscle pain.

White flour: White flour can enhance the muscle pain.

Salt: Too much salt intake can develop muscle cramps.

Citrus fruits: Citric acid can increase your muscle pain, so try to consume less citrus fruits such as lemon, tangerine, pomelo, bitter orange, etc.

You should quit the following foods as they encourage muscle fatigue:

Sugar: As per the research, sugar can increase the pain associated with muscle fatigue.

Less caffeine and alcohol: Caffeine and alcohol can increase the symptoms related to muscle fatigue.

What Are The Worst Foods For Jaundice

  • Avoid spicy, oily, hot, and heavy foods as they are difficult to digest.
  • Avoid mustard oil, refined flour, polished rice (white rice), asafetida, mustard seeds, peas, preserved and canned foods, pastries, cakes, chocolates,
  • Completely cut down on alcoholic beverages, and aerated drinks.
  • Saturated fats are harder for the liver to process. Hence avoid eating meats, especially red meat.
  • Reduce your sodium and sugar intake.

What Are The Worst Foods For Migraine

Foods that trigger a migraine and other headaches and must be avoided are:

  • Pickled, fermented or marinated foods contain Monosodium Glutamine (MSG), that stimulates a migraine
  • Asian foods, especially the Chinese foods, contain MSG in the flavouring, so must be avoided
  • Caffeine (chocolates, tea, coffee, sodas, energy drinks)
  • Aged Cheese: Tyramine, a monoamine found in blue cheese, Parmesan, Cheddar induce a migraine. Smoked fish and sausages also contain the same
  • Preservative Sodium Nitrate found in various fast foods must not be consumed
  • Onions contain tyramine that induces a migraine
  • Artificial sugar containing drinks must not be consumed
  • Alcohol, the red wine specifically. Though beer and white wine can also lead to a migraine.    

What Are The Worst Foods For Cough

Some of the foods that one must avoid while suffering from a cough are as follows:

  • Milk and Dairy products:  Sticky thick mucus may flow down to the throats back from cold or an allergy is called phlegm. If phlegm is the cause of a cough, then one must avoid foods that may cause the formation of mucus. Milk and other dairy products increase the mucus formation particularly when the infection already persists. Therefore, one must stay away from dairy products when suffering from a cough. Some of the dairy products that one should avoid are milk and milkshakes, sour cream, whipped cream, yoghurt, ice creams, etc. 
  • Caffeine: Coffee is a common diuretic that leads to excessive urination and later complications of dehydration. This further leads to a dry cough. So, avoid consumption of caffeinated drinks.
  • Citrus Fruits: Avoid consuming citrus fruits such as watermelon, bananas, peaches, and mangoes. Such food items contain citric acid that irritates the throat leading to a cough.
  • Fried foods: One must not consume fried foods such as French fries, chips, etc. as these secrete an irritant known as acrolein that is known to increase cough reflex.
  • Processed chips: Processed foods such as fried noodles, cheese, cereals, etc. can suppress the immunity of a person So, there are more chances of infections if one consumes too much of such food items.
  • Allergen foods: Some people who have complications like asthma can further be affected with allergic disorders such as a cough on consumption of irritant foods like yeast, nuts, fish, milk, etc.

What Are The Worst Foods For Obesity

To manage overweight and obesity, following foods must be avoided:

  • Sweetened beverages
  • Refined grains
  • Large amounts of fruit juice
  • Potatoes
  • Red meat and the processed meat
  • Highly processed foods    

What Are The Worst Foods For Hypokalemia

  • Foods that are low in Potassium: As potassium is highly required in this diet for Hypokalemia, it is advisable to avoid foods that will not be able to provide the necessary mineral. Some of these are cherries, blackberries, blueberries, grapes, peach, etc.
  • High Sodium content foods: Sodium counters potassium, which is why it is advisable to skip foods that are high in sodium. Some of these are bacon, pretzels, ham, potato chips, salted popcorn, pizza, etc. 

Symptoms Treated With ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

What Are The Symptoms Of Bone health

Depletion in bone health can be determined by a number of factors. Some of these symptoms have been mentioned below:

  • Decreased grip strength: As people grow older, there are chances of the weakening of bones unless a healthy nutrition-intake is not part of the diet. One of the main ways of judging the weakening of bones is checking the grip strength as it involves the use of bones and muscles in the arms and hands. If a patient feels that the grip strength is depleting, then there are chances that he/she is suffering from bone health depletion.
  • Bone pain: Bone pain is one of the main symptoms of the disintegration of bone health and the main reason behind it is the deficiency of vitamin D from the body.
  • Decreased height: This case arises if the person is severely affected by bone health depletion. Height loss occurs when the bone tissue is reduced progressively leading to a reduction in overall height.
  • Brittle and weak fingernails: If a patient's fingernails are easily breaking and losing their grip with the bone tissue, then it is likely that the person is suffering from bone loss.
  • Bone fracture/ brittle bones: If bone fractures occur more often in the person, then his/her bone health may not be in a good condition.
  • Receding gums: Receding gums is not an uncommon symptom. While it may not be the main symptoms for bone health disintegration, it does count as an important symptom. 

What Are The Symptoms Of High Cholesterol

Usually, high cholesterol doesn’t have much of symptoms initially, except chest pain. However, it can lead to sudden heart attack or stroke, if it goes unnoticed.

What Are The Symptoms Of Immunity building

  • Recurrent or frequent colds or respiratory tract infections
  • Constant feeling of fatigue or lethargy
  • Difficulty losing or gaining weight
  • Frequent yeast infections such as gastrointestinal or genital candidiasis

What Are The Symptoms Of Anaemia

  • Common symptoms of anemia are tiredness, dizziness, and breathlessness.

What Are The Symptoms Of Asthma

  • Symptoms of asthma are typically a wheezy or "tight" chest, shortness of breath and recurrent or persistent coughing that is worse at night and early mornings. Coughing or tight chest are often also present after exercise.
  • Exercise-induced asthma typically only produces symptoms after exercise. 

What Are The Symptoms Of Cancer

  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Pain
  • Changes in the skin

·         Darker skin (hyperpigmentation)

·         Red eyes (erythema)

·         Yellowish eyes and skin (jaundice)

·         Itching (pruritis)

·         Excessive growth of hair

Some other symptoms of cancer are:

  • Change in bladder function or bowel habits (longterm diarrhoea, constipation, pain or blood in urine).
  • Sores that do not heal.
  • White spots on the tongue or white patches inside the mouth (leukoplakia).
  • Unusual discharge or bleeding.
  • Thickening or lump in any part of the body such as breast, testicles, lymph nodes, etc.
  • Long-term indigestion or trouble in swallowing.
  • Any changes in a mole, wart or any changes in the skin.
  • Hoarseness or a nagging cough. 

What Are The Symptoms Of Cataract

  • Blurry, foggy or cloudy vision.
  • Near-sightedness (especially among older people).
  • Problems with glares during the day, during driving at night.
  • Glasses or contact lenses not working properly.
  • Change in the way you see colors.
  • Double vision (in affected eye).

What Are The Symptoms Of Cardiovascular disease

The symptoms of CVD depend on the condition affecting the cardiovascular system.

Physical or Structural Abnormalities:

  • Valve impairment may present with abnormal heart rhythms, chest pain (angina), dizziness or syncope (fainting/loss of consciousness).
  • Congenital or structural abnormalities will usually present soon after birth. Symptoms include fatigue, bluish discolouration of skin and lips, and failure to thrive (poor weight gain despite adequate caloric intake).
  • A dilated or enlarged heart in cardiomyopathy of cardiac failure may present with swelling of the legs, shortness of breath on exertion, difficulty breathing when lying down and getting tired quickly.
  • Rhythm impairments will usually present with an abnormal heart beat, a feeling that the heart is “racing” in the chest (tachycardia), or an acute awareness of the heart beating quite prominently in the chest (palpitations). Occasional rhythm impairments may cause chest pain or dizziness.
  • Ischaemic Heart Disease (IHD) typical present with chest pain. Chest pain originating from the heart is angina. Stable angina is chest pain that occurs during exercise and typically goes away within 10-20 minutes of resting.
  • Unstable angina is chest pain that presents at rest and lasts more than 20minutes. This may be suggestive of a high risk of myocardial infarction.

What Are The Symptoms Of Constipation

  • Passing 3 or fewer stools in a week.
  • Hard, lumpy stools.
  • Difficulty in bowel movements.
  • Feeling of blockage in the rectum.

What Are The Symptoms Of Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

Common symptoms include increased thirst, frequent urination, and unexplained weight loss. Some patients may also feel increased hunger, feeling of tiredness, and sores that do not heal. 

What Are The Symptoms Of Kidney Stone

  • Extreme pain in the side of the abdomen, back or groin.
  • Painful or frequent urination. Blood in urine.
  • Nausea and vomiting.

Kidney stones can be diagnosed by blood test, urine test or imaging (X-ray, CT scan).

What Are The Symptoms Of Depression

  • The common symptoms are: feeling helpless or hopeless, lost interest in activities that used to be important, change in appetite, weight gain or loss, sleep abnormalities, anger or irritability, lack of energy, feeling of being guilty or worthless, problem in concentrating, reckless behaviour(rash driving, alcoholism, gambling, dangerous sports), or unexplained aches. The stronger, higher and for longer periods of time the symptoms persist, higher is the level of depression.    

What Are The Symptoms Of Parkinsons disease

Group of symptoms experienced, differ from person to person. Primary motor signs of Parkinson’s disease include the following:

1.    Tremoring of the hands, arms, legs, jaw and face

2.    Slowness of movement

3.     Rigidity or stiffness of the limbs and trunk

Postural instability or impaired balance and coordination.    

What Are The Symptoms Of Skin care

Everybody wants to look beautiful and skin is the most important part of not only beauty but also a healthy body. Your skin shows how healthy your body is. However, skin is also the most easily affected part of the body if proper care is not taken. Some of the symptoms of poor skin are:

  • Acne, chapped lips, moles, warts
  • Early wrinkles
  • Uneven texture, patches, dryness on the skin, blotchiness.
  • Dark spots or hyperpigmentation
  • Flaky/ scaly skin, rashes 

What Are The Symptoms Of Teeth health

The general symptoms of all dental diseases are:

  • Tooth pain.
  • Sensitivity: There is a sharp tingling sensation when consuming hot or cold drinks or beverages.
  • Bleeding gums.
  • Red and swollen gums.
  • Cavities in teeth.
  • Pain while chewing.
  • Bad breath.
  • Mouth sores.
  • Loose teeth.

What Are The Symptoms Of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder has some common symptoms such as:

  • Lack of attention
  • Impulsivity
  • Hyperactivity
  • Trouble While Speaking
  • Getting distracted by any small noise
  • Impatience
  • More reaction time
     

What Are The Symptoms Of Muscle Cramps

Symptoms of muscle cramps include:

  • Tenderness
  • Local pain
  • Twitching of muscle
  • Weakness
  • Cramped muscle becomes hard
  • Disturbs function of affected limb

What Are The Symptoms Of Muscle Fatigue

Muscle fatigue is associated with a number of signs and symptoms. You should understand the factors so that you can be careful while performing exercising activities:

  • Muscle weakness: A common symptom of muscle fatigue is the weakness in muscles. This symptom can give you feeling like your legs are made of spaghetti, and they are not able to handle your weight.
  • Leg twitching: Your leg muscles can experience a twitching feeling due to the muscle weakness; this condition is known as myoclonic jerks. It is also a common symptom for a person who is diagnosed with fibromyalgia. The brain sends the impulse signals and instructs the twitching muscle to relax and contract as early as possible.
  • Reduced activity: A person can experience a lack of energy or he/she is unable to do regular physical activities. This particular type of muscle weakness can be a result of insufficient blood flow to the muscles. Patients, who are suffering from various cardiovascular issues such as high blood pressure, may experience this type of a symptom.
  • Weak grips: During the weight lifting, an athlete may feel that he/she is not able to get an enough grip of a dumbbell or a barbell. Sometimes, it can be experienced with uncontrolled trembling. These are the apparent symptoms of muscle fatigue. These conditions are known as exercise-induced muscle fatigue. A weak grip along with trembling feeling indicates that a person ends up his/her activity limit. By these symptoms, the muscles protect themselves from further injury.

What Are The Symptoms Of Jaundice

  • Yellowing of the skin, mucous membranes and white portion of the eyes.
  • Pale stools, dark urine
  • Fatigue, loss of appetite
  • Vomiting, fever, loss of weight

What Are The Symptoms Of Migraine

  • Though not all the migraine pains are similar, few common symptoms are: moderate to severe throbbing pain in either side of the head, which increases during any physical activity, sweating, temperature change of the body, abdominal pain, nausea, pain in the eyes etc.. There may be sensitivity to noise, smell and light.    

What Are The Symptoms Of Cough

Some of the symptoms that are accompanied with the cough are as follows:

  • A cough is accompanied with a stuffy and a runny nose.
  • One may frequently keep clearing the throat.
  • Hoarseness in voice.
  • Wheezing and difficulty in breathing.
  • One may feel swallowing difficult or may suffer from the cough while swallowing.
  • In some cases, blood is witnessed while coughing.
  • Soreness in the throat is felt.
  • Sometimes body temperature may also increase.
  • Night sweats.

What Are The Symptoms Of Obesity

  • Abnormal weight
  • Pot belly 

What Are The Symptoms Of Hypokalemia

Hypokalemia symptoms usually do not show up until the potassium levels in the body have reached an extremely low level. It is prudent to stay aware of the symptoms Hypokalemia if they occur. Here are a few:

  • Faster heart beats (palpitations).
  • Muscle cramps.
  • Constipation.
  • Fatigue.
  • Weakness.
  • Potassium levels below 2.5 mmol/L are considered to be fatal. These can be diagnosed by symptoms like:
  • Lazy bowels (Ileus).
  • Muscle tissue rupture.
  • Failure of respiratory organs.
  • Paralysis.
  • Vomiting.
  • Nausea.
  • Loss of appetite.

People who consume medications containing digitalis (a drug made from herbs) can witness irregular heartbeat conditions.

Causes of diseases where ISOMIL POWDER 400GM is used

What Are The Causes Of Bone health

Bone health disintegration causes and possible risks are mentioned below:

  • Menopause: Oestrogen produced in women helps regulate bone mass during their reproductive age. Once post-menopause stage enters in their life, the oestrogen levels start declining, leading to bone declination.
  • Genetic factors: There are several individuals who are genetically prone to conditions promoting loss of bones like osteoporosis and osteopenia.
  • Aging: Aging is one of the main causes of bone loss and is somewhat unavoidable.
  • Lifestyle factors: A person's lifestyle can have a drastic effect on the way his/her bone health progresses. Various lifestyle factors that can cause bone health deterioration are extreme stress, too much smoking, excessive drinking of alcohol, improper diet, and lack of sedentary lifestyle and exercise.  

What Are The Causes Of High Cholesterol

  • Obesity
  • Eating fatty foods
  • No physical exercise
  • Age (after 20, it starts to rise).
  • Family history

What Are The Causes Of Immunity building

Causes of reduced immunity can either be intrinsic/ hereditary or acquired.

Intrinsic or primary immunodeficiencies are inborn genetic errors. There are more than hundred different types and forms of primary immunodeficiency syndromes described. These include immunodeficiency syndromes such as selective IgA deficiency, DiGeorge syndrome and Ataxia Telangiectasia.

Secondary or acquired immunodeficiency states can be due to diseases or conditions such as:

Systemic disorders:

  • HIV/AIDS
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Malnutrition or being underweight
  • Auto-immune disorders

Medications or substances:

  • Long-term corticosteroid use
  • Tumour Necrosis Factor (TNF) used in auto-immune diseases like inflammatory bowel disease or rheumatoid arthritis. Chemotherapy or radiation.
  • Alcoholism

Physiological states:

  • Pregnancy is a normal physiological state of lowered immunity.
  • Ageing is also a natural process that causes lowered immunity.

What Are The Causes Of Anaemia

  • Deficiency of nutrients like iron, folic acid, vitamin B 12, sickle cell anemia (a genetic blood disorder) or kidney disease can be amongst few causes of anemia.
  • The type of food you eat also affects the absorption of iron and folic acid.

What Are The Causes Of Asthma

  • Mostly asthma starts in childhood and is often outgrown in early adulthood. Some asthmatics may, however, need treatment lifelong.
  • Asthma has a strong genetic component and is part of the so-called "atopic triad" in childhood which includes allergic rhinitis, atopic dermatitis (eczema) and asthma.
  • Early insult to a child's lungs such as neonatal pneumonia or bronchitis may play a role in developing asthma later.
  • People with asthma have individual triggers. These triggers are commonly sensitivities to house-dust mites, grass, pollen, animal dander, dairy, wheat, nuts and soy products. Chest infections, cold air or air pollution can also trigger an attack.
  • Adult onset starts in the early twenties. There is speculation about possible causes; genetics, smoking and a history of allergies seem to play the biggest part. It affects females more than males.
  • Asthma can be caused/ triggered due to any of the following reasons:

                 1. Airborne substances like pollen, dust mites, pet dander or particles of cockroach waste.

                 2. Respiratory infections such as common cold

                 3. Exercise-induced asthma

                 4. Cold air

                 5. Air pollutants like smoke

                 6. Certain medications including beta blockers, aspirin, ibuprofen  and naproxen

                 7. Strong emotions, stress

                 8. Foods which contain Sulphites and preservatives

                 9. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)

Asthma is a combination of environmental and genetic factors, as many people live in same conditions. Still, some people get asthma and some don’t.

What Are The Causes Of Cancer

  • Exposure to toxic compounds or chemicals like benzene, asbestos, nickel, tobacco, etc.
  • Ionising Radiation: UV rays from the sun, gamma rays, uranium and radon radiation, etc.
  • Pathogens: HPV, herpes, hepatitis viruses, etc.
  • Genetics: Cancers like ovarian, breast, skin, prostate, colorectal cancers and melanoma are linked to human genes and are inherited from members of the family. 

What Are The Causes Of Cataract

The lens in the eye is made mostly from water and protein. A cataract occurs when the lumps of protein start accumulating and clouding the lens. Some f the causes of cataract are:

  • Age- related.
  • Injury to the eye can also cause cataract.
  • Congenital cataracts, which may be caused due to poor development in the womb, infection or injury during pregnancy. Such children are born with the cataract.
  • Certain diseases like diabetes.
  • Exposure to radiation, ultra violet rays, taking medicines like corticosteroids or diuretics. 

What Are The Causes Of Cardiovascular disease

Atherosclerosis is the underlying cause of cardiovascular diseases such as IHD. Atherosclerosis is a hardening of the lining of blood vessels (called the endothelium). Smoking, high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, being overweight and a diet high in fatty acids are contributing causes of atherosclerosis.

Abnormal heart rhythms can be caused by genetic heart defects, IHD, some medications, electrolytes abnormalities (such as potassium or magnesium), emotional or physical stress or excessive use of caffeine or alcohol. Electrical conduction abnormalities can cause arrhythmias. These can be born defects or can develop over time.

The cause of cardiomyopathy, a thickening or enlarging of the heart muscle, may be a congenital condition. High blood pressure or hardening of blood vessels may also contribute to dilatation of the heart.

Valve disease can be congenital, due to infections such as rheumatic fever or disorders affecting the body’s connective tissue.

What Are The Causes Of Constipation

Constipation can be caused by any of the following reasons:

 

  • Changes in your usual diet or activities.
  • Antacid medicines containing calcium, iron or aluminium.
  • Colon cancer.
  • Eating a lot of dairy products.
  • Eating disorders. Eating too much of junk food, white bread.
  • Irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Neurological conditions such as Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis.
  • Not being active.

What Are The Causes Of Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

Type 2 diabetes mainly occurs because of obesity and lack of exercise. Some people are at more risk genetically than others. Type 2 diabetes can be prevented by regular exercise, maintaining normal weight and proper diet.

What Are The Causes Of Kidney Stone

 Though there are no exact reasons for kidney stones, they are formed when:
  • Urine contains more oxalate, calcium, and uric acid, the crystal-forming substances than the fluid in urine can dilute.
  • Urine lacking substances which prevent crystals from sticking together, thus creating a good environment for kidney stones to form.

Certain factors that increase the risk of kidney stones are:

  • Dehydration, obesity’
  • Certain medical conditions cystinuria, renal tubular acidosis, hyperparathyroidism, some urinary tract infections.
  • Certain medications, family history of kidney stones
  • Digestive diseases like chronic diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease and surgeries like gastric bypass surgery can cause changes in the digestive process affecting the absorption of water and calcium, increasing the levels of stone-forming substances in the urine.

What Are The Causes Of Depression

  • Depression is a brain disorder that can be caused by one or combination of factors like grief, changes in hormone levels, stress, substance abuse, genetic characteristics or stress.
  • Continued grief in personal or professional life also leads to low moods and dejection.    

What Are The Causes Of Parkinsons disease

  • Parkinson’s disease is caused by degeneration or progressive impairment of nerve cells (neurons) in the brain. However, what triggers the onset of Parkinson’s disease is still not known. 

What Are The Causes Of Skin care

Skin problems are mostly symptoms of the problem within the body. Some of the causes of poor skin health are:

  • Drinking less water (leading to dehydrated body)
  • Poor diet, eating too much of junk food
  • Too much of sun exposure, smoking, drinking alcohol
  • Stress, less physical rest
  • Pollution, not washing your face frequently
  • Using too much of make-up, using poor quality of makeup products, not removing makeup before sleeping
  • Any skin disease, any problem like imbalance of hormones

What Are The Causes Of Teeth health

Dental diseases are caused by microorganisms that live in the mouth and release toxins causing damage to dental tissue. The mouth offers resources for the bacteria to survive and multiply. There are three types of bacteria thriving in the oral cavity - pathogenic, beneficial, and neutral. When the mouth is dominated by beneficial bacteria, then there is good dental health. When pathogenic bacteria dominate the oral cavity, it leads to dental diseases. Neutral bacteria follow whichever bacteria are dominant.

Causes of tooth and gum diseases are:

  • Sugary foods: When bacteria in the mouth combine with remnants of sugary or starchy food particles, they form a colourless, sticky substance called plaque. When you don’t remove plaque from mouth by proper brushing and flossing, it hardens into tartar or calculus. Removal of tartar will require a dental procedure by a dentist.
  • Acidic foods: Acidic drinks and foods attack the tooth enamel, thereby damaging it.  Soft drinks contain enormous amounts of sugar, which facilitate plaque formation. The acidic content of soft drinks erodes teeth enamel and causes damage to teeth.
  • Dry mouth: Saliva in the mouth is helpful in inhibiting plaque formation. People with dry mouth are more prone to dental problems. Dry mouth condition is caused by certain medications. Diseases like diabetes also cause dry mouth issues.
  • Grinding of teeth: People who grind teeth in their sleep or under stress are invariably damaging their teeth. The grinding process strips away the enamel (outer layer of teeth), thereby causing tooth decay.
  • Genetics: Some people inherit tooth crevices and enamel problems from parents. This can also lead to teeth problems.
  • Poor dental hygiene: Improper brushing and flossing is the number one cause of teeth problems.

What Are The Causes Of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Genetic reasons:

 ADHD has been known to occur due to genetic problems. If a child is affected by ADHD then it is possible that the father or grandfather of the child is affected by the disorder as well.

Exposure to Toxins:

Mothers who smoke or drink alcohol and other toxic substances during pregnancy can affect the development of their unborn child as well. Such substances have been found to develop hyperactivity in children from an early age.

Brain Injury

Brain injuries can lead to poor functioning of the motor activity in people.
 

What Are The Causes Of Muscle Cramps

Muscle cramps are caused due to various reasons such as:

  • Exercising, overuse of the muscles, injury.
  • Age.
  • Pregnancy.
  • Due to cold temperature, especially cold water.
  • Medical conditions like kidney disease, thyroid disease, multiple sclerosis, peripheral arterial disease (problems with blood flow).
  • Sitting for prolonged periods of time, standing for a long time on a hard surface, placing legs in awkward positions when sleeping.
  • Reduced levels of minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, etc.
  • Dehydration.
  • Medicines like diuretics, statins, birth control pills, statins, etc.
  • Nerve compression (lumbar stenosis).
  • Insufficient blood supply.

What Are The Causes Of Muscle Fatigue

While exercising, the muscles can feel weak, tired, and painful. This happens due to the muscle fatigue. Muscle fatigue is associated with a number of physical, nutritional, biochemical, and environmental factors. These factors are as follows:

Anaerobic Respiration: Muscles require energy in order to move and contract our body parts, and the body cells have to produce oxygen to create an essential energy. When the sufficient amount of oxygen has been supplied, then the associated cell respiration procedure is called aerobic respiration. But, when the oxygen is not enough, the cells bound to respire in an anaerobic process, and as a result, lactic acid is generated. Lactic acid is basically a waste element that causes fatigue and muscle pain.

Mineral Deficiencies: Certain electrolytes and minerals are essential for proper muscle functioning. When these important minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and calcium get reduced, then a person may experience sudden muscle cramps and fatigue.

Aging:  With ageing, our muscles start to lose their strength and become weaker. Exercise can improve the muscle strength and power. But, you should be very careful with your exercise routine.

Infections: Infections associated with illness are one of the general causes of temporary muscle weakness and fatigue.

Pregnancy: During or after pregnancy, the level of steroids gets increased in the blood, and as a result, anaemia can be developed (lacking in iron). It can cause a muscle fatigue.

What Are The Causes Of Jaundice

The underlying conditions that may cause jaundice are as follows:

  • Acute inflammation of the liver: Bilirubin build-up can be caused if the ability of the liver to conjugate and secrete bilirubin is impaired.
  • Cholestasis: The flow of bile from the liver is interrupted and instead of being excreted the bile containing conjugated bilirubin remains in the liver.
  • Obstruction of the bile duct: In this, the liver doesn’t dispose of the bilirubin.
  • Hemolytic anemia: If a large number of red blood cells are broken, the production of bilirubin increases.
  • Inflammation of the bile duct: The secretion of bile and removal of bilirubin is prevented, thus causing jaundice.
  • Gilbert's syndrome: This inherited condition impairs the ability of enzymes to process the excretion of bile.

The reasons which may lead to interruption of proper liver functioning are:

  • Alcohol or drug-induced liver damage, liver cirrhosis
  • Liver cancer, hepatitis A, B, C, D or E
  • ABO incompatibility reaction: It occurs when the wrong type of blood is given during a blood transfusion.
  • Breast milk induced jaundice
  • Sickle cell anemia, gallstones thalassemia, acute pancreatitis,
  • G6PD deficiency: It is a genetic abnormality which results in an inadequate amount of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase in the blood.
  • Yellow fever, Infectious Mononucleosis

What Are The Causes Of Migraine

Though real cause of migraine is still not known, possible causes could be:

  • Central nervous disorder
  • Genetic predispositions
  • Abnormalities in brain chemical or nerve pathways
  • Abnormalities in blood vessel system of brain, or vascular system.
  • Things which can trigger the attack of migraine are skipping meals, salty foods, junk foods, hormonal changes, sensory triggers like exposure to light, noise or certain kinds of smells.    

What Are The Causes Of Cough

  • Asthma: People with asthma attack can frequently lead to cough-related problems. Some are inflicted with such complications due to various respiratory infections.
  • Upper Airway Cough Syndrome (UACS): After one’s nose generates excessive mucus, it goes down to the throat, causing cough.
  • Bronchitis: Bronchitis is an issue that causes inflammation in the bronchial tubes. This issue further triggers a cough due to the production of coloured sputum.
  • Tuberculosis
  • Pollution, smoking
  • Flu, certain allergies

What Are The Causes Of Obesity

  • The major reason that leads to over-weight or obesity is the imbalance between the calories consumed and the calories burnt. The intake of high energy foods and the sedentary lifestyles has led to the global widespread of obesity.    

What Are The Causes Of Hypokalemia

There a number of causes for Hypokalemia in the body. Here are some of the prominent ones.

  • Kidney disorders such as Liddle Syndrome, Bartter Syndrome, And Gitelman Syndrome lead to increase in blood pressure and imbalance in the salt and potassium in the body.
  • Chewing tobacco
  • Diuretic drugs (drugs which produce more urine in the body)
  • High administration of penicillin.
  • Use of laxatives for a long term.
  • Deficiency of magnesium
  • Issues related to adrenal glands.
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Malnutrition
  • Poisoning by Barium

Do's With Usage of ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Bone health

  • Get enough sunlight without sunscreen, especially in morning or afternoon. If you are worried about sunburns or tanning, enrich your food with natural anti-oxidants like blueberries, raspberries, goji berries and pomegranates.
  • People 50+: Skin’s ability capacity to absorb Vitamin D reduces with age. Hence, there is more need of taking Vitamin D supplements.
  • Manage your weight as obese people are more prone to getting vitamin D deficiency.
  • Eat foods naturally rich in vitamin D.
  • Exercise: People who don't exercise are likely to lose calcium from their bones, leading to bone health depletion. Exercising can help with stretching of muscles that will ultimately keep the bones flexible, upright, and maintain the storage of calcium in them. People should exercise with the increase in weight gradually to improve the structure of the bones. Some capable exercises are brisk walking, dancing, swimming, or aerobics. 
  • Understand the genetic factors and act accordingly: It is prudent to know the family history of the person to learn about bone loss conditions like osteoporosis in other family members (especially mother's side). Once the research is done, act accordingly by improving dietary habits and exercising on a regular basis. 
  • Get a DEXA scan: DEXA is the acronym for Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry, which is used for checking the bone mineral density in a person. This scan will help to measure the bone strength so that necessary steps to prevent further bone loss can be done. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage High Cholesterol

  • Exercise regularly (3o minutes daily for 5 days a week) and keep your weight under control.
  • Though fat people are more at risk of getting high cholesterol, it can also happen to thin people. Hence, get the regular check up done after the age of 40 years.
  • Eat low salt, low-fat diet.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Immunity building

  • Exercise frequently. At least 30mintes per day of light to moderate exercise 3-5 times a week. Exercise increases immunoglobulin levels, as well as the efficiency of innate system's cells. Extreme amounts of exercise may, however, lead to a weakening of your immune system. Balance is key.
  • Reduce stress levels. Learn relaxation techniques. Take frequent breaks. Go on holiday when possible, or take time off from work 3-4 monthly.
  • Follow a diet providing optimal nutritional support.
  • Assist your body in its functioning. Hydrate and help your body to detoxify. Drink at least 2 litres of clean, purified water per day.
  • Optimise sleep quantity and quality. Adults need 6 to 8 hours of good quality sleep per night.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Anaemia

  • Use iron utensils for cooking as food cooked in iron vessel automatically gathers iron from the vessel and makes food iron rich.
  • To improve absorption of iron in your body, take it with foods rich in vitamin C (like oranges, lemon)
  • Find out the exact reason of anemia as your food choice will depend upon the real cause of anemia. E.g., patients with anemia caused by celiac disease should avoid eating gluten rich foods (like wheat, oats. Etc.), which others should continue with gluten. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Asthma

  • Identify your asthma triggers and avoid them.
  • Always cover yourself fully (especially chest, feet and ears) before going out in cold weather.
  • Avoid exercises beyond your physical stamina. Do not over exert.
  • Always wear pollution mask if you are staying in high pollution area.
  • If asthma is hampering your day to day activities, pl. consult your doctor as he might change your medication.
  • Wash your bed sheets and pillow covers every week in hot water to get rid of dust mites.
  • Reduce stress.·        
  • Consult your general practitioner or paediatrician early if your child shows symptoms of asthma.  Asthma can be potentially life-threatening, especially in an acute episode.
  • Make sure your asthma is controlled. Follow-up with your doctor six months to review and adjust your treatment is necessary. If your asthma is well controlled, your doctor may consider tapering down your treatment.
  • Consider doing an allergy test- blood or skin prick. If you have allergic asthma, it will be helpful to know what the triggers are and how to avoid them

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Cancer

  • Maintaining a healthy body weight is very important to reduce the risk of cancer and other chronic diseases. Being overweight or obese increases the risk of various cancers such as colon, rectum, breast, endometrium, oesophagus, kidney and pancreas cancers.
  • Use healthy cooking methods like broiling, baking, steaming and poaching of foods instead of frying or charbroiling to prevent weight gain and obesity.
  • Protect yourself from the sun by using sunscreen or hats or scarves to prevent the risk of skin cancer.
  • Go in for regular screening tests for cancer every year after the age of 40.
  • Use the techniques of self-examination every month that may help to detect lumps that may indicate breast cancer in women and prostate or testicular cancer in men.
  • If you are suffering from cancer, you may feel fatigue and weak. Have plenty of rest but at the same lead an active life. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Cataract

  • Always wear sunglasses and wide hat to avoid effects of ultra violet sun rays.
  • Keep your diabetes under control.
  • Eye exercise for 15 minutes a day keeps eyes healthy for longer periods.
  • Visit your eye specialist regularly to identify symptoms of cataract or any other eye problem.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Cardiovascular disease

Lifestyle changes are of utmost importance- this includes weight loss, dietary changes, and stress reduction.

Depending on your condition, light to moderate exercise 3 times a week may be recommended. It is important first to clear it with your doctor before you exercise if you have a heart condition.

Stress management. Stress increases the workload on your heart and over time may contribute to the development of cardiovascular diseases. It is important to manage stress well when suffering from any heart condition. Mindfulness, meditation and relaxation techniques, may be necessary. Consider changing your work environment if this is your largest stressor.

The heavier your weight, the greater your risk for cardiovascular disease. Body Mass Index (BMI) is a score calculated based on your weight and height. A BMI of 21-25 is considered healthy. Above 25 your risk for CVD increases. If you suffer from CVD, weight loss is of great importance.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Constipation

  • Constipation is usually caused by wrong food habits, which disturb the digestion system of the body. Apart from that, try the following:
  • Exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, as it helps in digesting the food faster.
  • If you are taking any iron supplement, pl. ask your doctor to change it. Most of the iron supplements cause constipation.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

  • Control your weight
  • Exercise regularly
  • Skip sugary drinks, processed hard to digest foods
  • Limit red meat
  • Choose good fat, remove bad fat from your diet

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Kidney Stone

  • Drink lots of water as many small stones can just pass out naturally while urinating, thus avoiding the need for surgery. Drinking lot of water also helps in preventing kidney stones.
  • If diet and medicines are not taken properly, kidney stones can come back. So, take care of your diet and complete the treatment prescribed by the doctor.
  • If you work out too much or sweat too much, hydrate your body with liquids as less liquids cause less urine production, hence more chances of forming stones.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Depression

If you are suffering from depression following can help you:

  • A proper routine can bring back a proper structure to your life that gets eliminated due to depression.
  • Set goals, start from smaller goals to realise your worth.
  • Regular exercise.
  • Eat healthy, balanced diet.
  • Have a proper sleep cycle.
  • Fulfil your responsibilities.
  • Correct the negative thoughts with proper logic.
  • Consult a doctor.
  • Try doing something new.
  • Delve into fun-filled activities.    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Parkinsons disease

The following can help to manage the Parkinson’s Disease:

  • Make small changes in your house to make it more navigable for the patient, like removing rugs, keeping the gap between furniture items etc. Remove clutter.
  • Conserve energy. Do daily tasks energy efficiently.
  • Simply your tasks. Do not exert yourself.
  • Learn to manage stress.    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Skin care

  • Drink lots of water.
  • Whether you have acne or not, keep your face clean. Cleanse at least twice a day.
  • Use natural cleansers to clean your face.
  • Exercise and relax.
  • Use only good quality skin care products.
  • Find out the exact cause of your skin problem as skin problems can be caused due to hormonal changes, taking contraceptive pills, stress, smoking, over exposure to sun etc. Identify the root cause and make your treatment plan accordingly. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Teeth health

  • Brush your teeth at least two times a day to wash off any food substances remaining in the mouth.
  • Flossing your teeth regularly is as important as brushing. Flossing removes food particles trapped in between teeth and also removes bad odor.
  • Replace your toothbrush every three months. Bristles become weak after a time and are ineffective in cleaning the teeth. You have to change your toothbrush after a bout of illness to prevent re-infection.
  • Wash the bristles thoroughly after each brushing ritual.
  • Chew on sugarless gum. Chewing produces saliva which helps in washing off the bacteria.
  • Give a massage to your gums at least two times a week.
  • Clean your tongue with a tongue cleaner.
  • Drink lots of water to keep the mouth moist.
  • See the dentist biannually for a general check-up of the teeth.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

  • Parents or close relatives need to foster ADHD patients by coping up with the behaviour of the person.
  • Make sure the ADHD sufferer takes his/her medications as this is the fundamental step towards coping up with the disorder.
  • Parents or relatives can also try behavioural management therapy that offers a strict managing strategy to deal with the way ADHD patients act.
  • Divide tasks for them so that everything is systematic.
  • Organise and simplify the way people with ADHD live. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Muscle Cramps

  • Drink plenty of water and stay hydrated to prevent cramps.
  • When you have cramps, stretching the muscle that is involved can help to stop the cramps.
  • If you have cramps in your legs, walking around or jiggling your leg can help to relieve the cramps.
  • Massaging the muscles that are cramped can help to relax the cramp.
  • Applying a hot pad or having a hot soak can help to relieve the cramp.
  • If the cramps are due to dehydration, then replacing the fluids, especially electrolytes can help to relieve the cramps.
  • Riding a bike can help to stretch and condition your muscles.
  • Ensure that you stretch your muscles before and after a workout and before you go to bed at night to prevent cramps.
  • If you are doing some activity that triggers the cramp stop doing the particular activity. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Muscle Fatigue

You should do the following things if you are experiencing muscle fatigue:

  • Try different relaxation techniques: Various relaxation techniques help in fighting the fatigue and weakness associated symptoms as well as give relief from the stress involved with chronic fatigue syndrome. Some of the relaxation techniques are meditation, deep breathing exercises, muscle relaxation procedure, biofeedback, and yoga.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Jaundice

The type of treatment will depend upon the underlying cause for the same. E.g., if it is caused by anemia, then your doctor will prescribe you iron supplements or suggest an iron-rich diet. Similarly, hepatitis induced jaundice will require antiviral medicines.

The best is to prevent jaundice, which can be done by taking care of liver. Hence, do not drink too much of alcohol.

  • Drink lots of fluids. Take enough rest.
  • Follow the diet chart, diet restrictions prescribed by the doctor.
  • Eat a vegetarian diet as it is easy to digest.

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Migraine

To relax from the migraine pain or other headaches, do the following:

  • Lavender oil can be inhaled or applied directly to reduce the pain
  • Peppermint oil stimulates a proper flow of oxygen into the bloodstream as this is the major cause of a migraine
  • Basil oil relaxes the muscles and helps reduce a headache caused due to tension or tight muscles.    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Cough

  • Use warm water to gargle. Hot-water gargling helps in reducing inflammation. One can also add a little salt to the water for extra effect.
  • Increase the consumption of fluid-based foods so that the mucus is thinned and removed through a cough as much as possible.
  • Stay away from people with flu or cold. 

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Obesity

To prevent or reduce obesity, do the following:

  • Regular exercise
  • Consume vegetable-based oils rather than animal-based oils.
  • Take adequate sleep    

What Are The Things One Should Do To Manage Hypokalemia

As Hypokalemia occurs due to loss of potassium, so it is obvious that the patient will have to fix the potassium intake in the body.

  • Consult a specialist doctor immediately if the potassium levels in the body have become drastically low due to Hypokalemia.
  • Take the necessary medicines as instructed by the doctor, whether orally or through IV, to compensate the potassium loss in the body.
  • Treat conditions like vomiting and diarrhoea in the patient by consulting a doctor.
  • Patients who are getting nasogastric suction should be administered with H2 blockers.
  • Consume potassium orally with plenty of liquids, both before and after the meals. 

Dont's With Usage Of ISOMIL POWDER 400GM

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Bone health

  • Don’t stay indoors for long periods.
  • Do not go out in sun with screen applied as it blocks the absorption of vitamin D through the skin.
  • Do not have any shield between you and sun rays (like a glass window) as it blocks the absorption of Vitamin D by the skin. Let sun ray fall directly on your skin.
  • Do not use steroids for a prolonged period: There are a number of drugs, such as corticosteroids, that reduce the storage of calcium in the bones. Such steroidal drugs are meant for the treatment of various kinds of cancers in the body. While a patient may need to stick to a steroidal medication for a long period, this may result in the reduction of bone health with time. So, it is advisable to consult the healthcare specialist for periodic check-ups of the effect of such drugs on the bone density as well. If possible, such corticosteroids need to be avoided.
  • Do not stress yourself: Stress is another reason for an indirect depletion of bone mass. With an increase in stress, the adrenal gland in the body fails to produce serotonin properly. This leads to the increase in cortisol in the body. High cortisol levels cause insomnia. But, in order to generate new bone tissues, sleep is necessary. With insomnia taking over the body, it will reduce a person's sleeping activity, hence leading to decrease in the rate of production of bone tissue.
  • Do not keep body idle for too long: People who have bone health problems must not keep their body idle for too long. The body needs to keep moving from time to time so that the bone mass does not go waste.  

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage High Cholesterol

  • Alcohol, smoking is a complete no-no for patients with high cholesterol.
  • Do not have a sedentary life style.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Immunity building

  • Do not expose yourself to sudden changes in extreme temperature environments e.g. walking out into the cold after a full-on gym session.
  • Do not smoke. Smoking causes generalised inflammation of body tissues and leads to weakened immunity and poor tissue healing.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Anaemia

  • Avoid taking iron with calcium rich foods, coffee, tea as these hinder the absorption of iron in the body. Take these items at different times.
  • Do yoga regularly as it increases the RBC count and also purifies the blood.
  • Exercise regularly, as it causes hunger, which in turn improves your food intake. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Asthma

  • Avoid pets.
  • Remove carpets and soft toys from the room of your child as these accumulate dust, dust mites which trigger an asthma attack.
  • Avoid dampness in the house. Let fresh air come in. Keep all areas of your house dry.
  • Do not smoke, avoid being close to people who smoke.
  • Avoid burning of incense (Pooja agarbatti) at home, since it triggers an asthma attack.
  • Avoid going to kitchen when food is being cooked, especially frying etc.·       
  • Do not delay seeking treatment when you suspect to have a chest infection. Because your airways are hyper reactive, an infection can easily trigger an acute asthma attack.
  • Do not leave your house without your reliever pump or allow your medication to run out. An acute episode can occur at any time and may be fatal.
  • Do not smoke if you have asthma or smoke around your child who has asthma. Passive smoking's effects are just as harmful.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Cancer

  • Avoid smoking and tobacco products.
  • Avoid large portion sizes of foods and choose low-calorie foods.  

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Cataract

  • Avoid taking corticosteroid for long periods.
  • Avoid smoking as it results in increased risk of getting the cataract.
  • Don’t eat junk food.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Cardiovascular disease

  • Never leave any symptoms of possible heart disease untreated, as it may be potentially fatal. If you suffer from any of the symptoms discussed above consult a doctor.
  • Do not take heart disease lightly. Follow the recommendations of your doctor carefully.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Constipation

  • Don’t over use laxatives as these can cause hard to treat constipation.
  • Don’t have a lifestyle of less physical activity.
  • Never ignore the urge to go to the toilet.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

  • Don’t have sedentary life style
  • Quit smoking and alcohol

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Kidney Stone

  • Don’t let your body dehydrate.
  • Don’t take symptoms like back pain or stomach pain lightly.
  • Avoid taking more than 1000mg calcium per day.
  • Don’t drink too much of alcohol.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Depression

  • Don’t confine yourself to four walls of your house.
  • Don’t stop talking to people.
  • Don’t self-medicate. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Parkinsons disease

Following must be avoided if suffering from the Parkinson’s disease:

  • Do not drive. As symptoms of Parkinson’s disease can seriously interfere with driving.
  • Do not try holding heavy things.
  • Exercise. It can help to keep your muscles strong, improve mobility and flexibility.    

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Skin care

  • Use make-up sparingly.
  • Avoid using fragrances, pomades, or gels on your hair. If they get on your face, they can block your skin's pores and irritate your skin. 
  • Avoid touching your skin part which has acne, rashes. It can spread the bacteria, and also irritate the already inflamed facial skin.
  • Do not sleep with make-up on.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Teeth health

  • Do not brush too hard, you will tear the gums or damage the tooth.
  • Do not forget to rinse your mouth after eating sugary food.
  • Do not sleep with your mouth open.
  • Do not smoke as it is known to cause oral cancer.
  • Do not keep sipping on beverages like tea or coffee throughout the day. This gives a chance to the bacteria to thrive and attack the enamel of the teeth.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

  • Do not feel negative. Be patient in your ways to cope up with the person's disorder.
  • Do not let the person with ADHD be in charge of the situation. Try calming the situation in a practical way.
  • Try not to get distracted by unnecessary things.
  • Don’t worry about the small failures.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Muscle Cramps

  • Avoid increasing the amount of exercise suddenly, increase it gradually every week.
  • If you have a cramp, don’t ignore the cramp and keep exercising. Stop until the cramp subsides.
  • Avoid putting ice on the cramped muscle, as it will keep the muscle still in cramp. Post a workout or after any major injury, putting ice helps to decrease the muscle hangover, but to relax the muscle, increase blood flow and loosen the muscle fibres, applying heat is better.
  • When the muscle is cramped, it may be difficult t find a comfortable position to rest. Place the cramped muscle or joint in a position where it stays at normal length or even slightly stretched. Resting it in a shortened position can cause it to cramp again.
  • Avoid strength training the cramped muscle as it will worsen the cramp.
  • If you have a lot of cramping, then it may be due to some other medical condition. If you suffer from muscle cramps regularly, then see a doctor. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Muscle Fatigue

You should not do the following things if you are experiencing muscle fatigue:

  • Don’t do the wrong exercise: Don’t exercise without consulting a fitness expert as different people need different exercises for their body.
  • Don’t sleep during the day: Try to avoid sleeping during the day as it can increase the muscle fatigue problem.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Jaundice

  • Do not take any medications on your own. Always consult a doctor.
  • In case of breastfeeding jaundice, do not stop breastfeeding. Continue it as before.
  • Avoid working under the sun, near the furnaces or any hot place.
  • Avoid taking the stress. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Migraine

  • Don’t spend too much time in front of the computer, mobile or any other electronic gadget.

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Cough

Some of the things that should be avoided while suffering from a cough are as follows:

  • Do not expose oneself to the smoky and dusty area if suffering from a cough, as such conditions can worsen a cough.
  • Do not work in industries that produce toxic fumes. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Obesity

  • Decrease the energy intake from total sugars and fats.
  • Never skip breakfast as skipping breakfast makes you consume more calories during the day. 

What Are The Things One Should Avoid To Manage Hypokalemia

  • Do not use diuretics and laxatives.
  • Do not consume alcohol.
  • Do not exercise for more than 2 hours daily without a high-calorie diet. 

ISOMIL POWDER 400GM has the following salts in its composition

 1) Corn Syrup 2) Soy protein 3) Oleic Safflower Oil 4) Soy Oil 5) Coconut Oil 6) Cohnii Oil 7) Vitamin B12 8) M. Alpina Oil 9) Beta-Carotene 10) Lutein 11) Lycopene 12) Fructooligosaccharides 13) Niacinamide 14) Calcium Phosphate 15) Potassium Citrate 16) Salt 17) Magnesium Chloride 18) Vitamin B1 Chloride Hydrochloride 19) L-Methionine 20) Vitamin C 21) Choline Chloride 22) Taurine 23) Sodium Selenate 24) Ascorbyl Palmitate 25) m-Inositol 26) Zinc Sulfate 27) L-Carnitine 28) Mixed Tocopherols 29) D-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate 30) Calcium Pantothenate 31) Cupric Sulfate 32) Vitamin A Palmitate 33) Riboflavin 34) Vitamin B6 35) Folic Acid 36) Potassium iodide 37) Phylloquinone 38) Biotin 39) Vitamin D3 40) Potassium Chloride 41) Potassium Hydroxide 42) Ferrous Sulfate

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