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Question: I consume a very low cost diet. The diet is 65% carbs, all from white wheat flour. If I stay physically fit and don't gain any weight, will this increase my risk of diabetes? In other words, - by Weight Loss Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Question: I consume a very low cost diet. The diet is 65% carbs, all from white wheat flour. If I stay physically fit and don't gain any weight, will this increase my risk of diabetes? In other words, the glycemic load is very high for every meal. The daily allowances, carbs-fats-proteins, and omegas are all good.

Answer: Diabetes starts with muscular and liver insulin resistance, where evidence overwhelmingly implicates intracellular long-chain saturated fat accumulation and inflammation/innate immune response. Obesity (which increases free fatty acids & inflammation), dietary long chain saturated fatty acids and dietary fructose (from added sugars, which increase small intestinal dysbiosis and induce liver fat synthesis) are all strongly linked, and with plausible mechanisms. Diabetes is rare where traditional diets are consumed in developing nations and was rare in 19th century European/American populations, indicating high starch diets (75%+ carbs), when consumed with few long chain saturated fats or added sugars, and in slender populations, pose little risk. I would expect no acute issues with wheat in non-celiacs, indeed the arabinoxylans are an important prebiotic that feeds beneficial gut microbiota and improves gut barrier function. However, the arabinoxylans are largely in the bran. I would strongly discourage a refined flour diet of leavened bread, and encourage alternate forms, like whole wheat pasta and cracked wheat/bulghur. These are also better forms for those with insulin resistance or diabetes, as pasta & whole grains have much lower glycemic indices.
Refined grains (flour) of any type are going to cause issues. Far more than other carbs. Rice is certainly better than wheat flour. So are oats and potatoes. Collectively, they are still a lot of carbs. I get that you want to keep cost down. Fats and protein don't have to be expensive if you shop around. Beans and eggs are generally good options.

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  Thursday, February 23, 2017 7:03:48 AM

What Do Red Bell Peppers Do for Your Body?
Dr Deepa Agarwal, The Best Dietician and Nutritionists explains about bell peppers and weight loss. Red bell peppers are harvested green bell peppers that ha - by Weight Loss Hyderabad, Hyderabad

What Do Red Bell Peppers Do for Your Body?
Dr Deepa Agarwal, The Best Dietician and Nutritionists explains about bell peppers and weight loss. Red bell peppers are harvested green bell peppers that have ripened and matured, taking on a red color and a sweeter, milder flavor. They are rich in vitamins and can supplement your diet with essential minerals. To get the most nutritious, best-tasting product choose brightly colored red bell peppers with firm, tight skin, and avoid those with dull, shriveled skin.
Weight Maintenance
If you are trying to lose weight without sacrificing nutrition, red bell peppers can be beneficial. Each medium pepper provides 1.18 grams of protein, 2.5 grams of fiber and 5 grams of natural sugar, with only 37 calories. Whether you have red bell peppers in a breakfast omelet, on a salad at lunch or with other sauteed vegetables at dinner, they can contribute flavor to a variety of foods without adding an abundance of calories, fat or cholesterol.
Antioxidants
A medium red bell pepper is rich in antioxidants, providing 154 milligrams of vitamin C, nearly twice your recommended daily intake of 75 to 90 milligrams, and about 25 percent of your daily requirement for vitamin A, with 187 micrograms. It also provides 55 micrograms of folate and 1.88 milligrams of vitamin E, giving you about 10 percent of your daily needs for those nutrients. Getting enough antioxidants each day can benefit your immune system and help keep your cells healthy.
B Vitamins
A red bell pepper contains B vitamins that are essential for growth and development. It has .064 milligram of thiamin, .1 milligram of riboflavin and 1.16 milligrams of niacin, giving you small amounts of these vitamins to supplement your diet. It also provides 1.17 milligrams of vitamin B-6, nearly all of the 1.3 to 1.7 milligrams of B-6 that you need each day. An adequate intake of vitamin B-6 helps your body make neurotransmitters and may reduce breast cancer risk factors, according to a 2012 study published in "Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention."
Minerals
A large red bell pepper provides 1.3 milligrams of manganese, a mineral that helps develop strong bones and connective tissues. The Institute of Medicine recommends that women get 1.8 milligrams of manganese per day, while men need 2.3 milligrams; a red bell pepper gives you 55 to 75 percent of your daily value for that nutrient, which may help prevent osteoporosis, according to the Linus Pauling Institute. It also provides 8 milligrams of calcium, half a milligram of iron, 14 milligrams of magnesium, 31 milligrams of phosphorus, 251 milligrams of potassium and .3 milligrams of zinc, supplementing your diet with small amounts of these minerals.

  Monday, October 5, 2015 9:58:42 AM

Summer Foods: Recommended by Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician in Hyderabad.

Watermelon is more than 91 percent water. This means that eating watermelon on a hot summer day is a tasty way to help you  - by Weight Loss Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Summer Foods: Recommended by Dr Deepa Agarwal, Best Dietician in Hyderabad.

Watermelon is more than 91 percent water. This means that eating watermelon on a hot summer day is a tasty way to help you stay hydrated and avoid dehydration. Watermelon is also an excellent source of lycopene, with upwards of 6, 500 micrograms in less than half a cup.

Lycopene's antioxidant activity has long been suggested to be more powerful than that of other carotenoids, such as beta-carotene. In one study, after controlling for other stroke risk factors, such as older age and diabetes, they found that men with the highest blood levels of lycopene were 55 percent less likely to have a stroke than those with the lowest.

Watermelon also contains citrulline, which in your body is converted into L-arginine, which is a precursor to nitric oxide. Nitric oxide may help your vessels stay relaxed and open for blood flow, which is one reason why it may help lower blood pressure.

What else is watermelon good for? It's rich in anti-inflammatory substances. For instance, watermelon contains the anti-inflammatory antioxidant lycopene as well as cucurbitacin E, or tripterpenoid.

This blocks the activity of the pain and inflammation-causing enzyme cyclooxygenase – the same enzyme blocked by COX-2 inhibitors, which include most NSAID drugs like aspirin and ibuprofen.

While being very low in calories (about 46 calories in a cup) watermelon also contains an impressive variety of other important nutrients including:

Vitamin C
Vitamin B6
Potassium
Vitamin A
Magnesium
It's not only watermelon that's beneficial to consume in the summer – other melons, like cantaloupe, muskmelon, and honeydew, are also beneficial.

Cantaloupes, for instance, provide an excellent source of antioxidants, like vitamin C and vitamin A (in the form of carotenoids). They also contain important nutrients like potassium, folate, copper, B vitamins, vitamin K, magnesium, and fiber.

If you eat the seeds (yes, they're edible), you'll also get beneficial plant-based omega-3 fat in the form of alpha-linolenic acid. With relatively few calories (about 54 per cup) and low fructose (2.8 grams in one-eighth of a medium melon), this is one fruit you can feel good about eating.

  Sunday, February 28, 2016 8:59:14 PM

Eat Healthy This Monsoon!

Eat fruits as they help you restore energy. Apples, mangoes, pomegranates, and pears are best suggestible. 
Have medium to low salt food and avoid heavy salty food as they a - by Weight Loss Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Eat Healthy This Monsoon!

Eat fruits as they help you restore energy. Apples, mangoes, pomegranates, and pears are best suggestible.
Have medium to low salt food and avoid heavy salty food as they are responsible for high blood pressure and water retention.
Eating watery foods like lassi, watermelon, rice, muskmelon creates swelling in the body. So, better opt for foods which are drying in nature like corn, gram flour, chick pea etc.
Foods such as brown rice, oats, and barley are the best foods one could have in this monsoon.
Body’s immunity can be increased by adding a dash of garlic to the soups, sir fries and curries you intake.
Opt for yogurt, curd and almonds in your diet instead of milk. Drink only boiled and purified water to protect yourself from harmful germs and drinking plenty of water keeps your body hydrated.
Consuming bitter vegetables like bitter gourd, and bitter herbs like neem, turmeric powder and methi seeds help in preventing infections.
Consume drying oils like corn oil or light oil and avoid heavy oils like sesame oil, peanut oil and mustard oil as they fall in first place to invite infections.
People who face skin allergies during rainy seasons must avoid spicy foods. Spicy foods raise body temperature and stimulate blood circulation and it leads to allergies and skin irritation. Other problems such as boils, change in skin color dullness, rashes, pyodera are also some skin damaging effects which arise in this season.Avoid naturally sour foods like tamarind, tomatoes and lime in your diet as it promotes water retention.
Avoid too much of fish and meat this season and heavy curries and non- vegetarians should go for light meat preparations like stew and soups.
Astringent, mildly bitter and pungent foods must be best served this season.
Drink lots of herbal teas, especially those with antibacterial properties. These include ginger, pepper, honey, mint and basil leaves. Excessive intake of coffee and tea dehydrates body fluids so they must be better avoided.
Vegetables like cauliflower, potatoes, cluster beans, ladies finger, kidney beans, pigeon pea, and sprouted grains must be avoided.
Eat steamed salads instead of raw vegetables as they contain active bacteria and virus that cause bacterial and viral infections.
Have fresh radish juice to fight cold and cough. To reduce mucous formations add pipli and rock salt to warm water. This reduces the natural monsoon ailments.
Better eat seasonal fruits as non- seasonal fruits get infested with worms during the monsoons. Pomegranates, lychees, apples, bananas are among the recommended.
Avoid eating fried items, pre- cut fruits and juices from road side vendors and stick to high quality and hygiene.
People who suffer with arthritis should drink warm water with tulsi and dalchini (cardamom) on an empty stomach in the morning. Doing this improves bowel syndromes and also decreases pains in joints.
Always wash vegetables well and keep them clean especially if they are taken raw.

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  Monday, June 12, 2017 10:16:27 AM

Q: What are the benefits of wheat bread vs white bread?

A: Wheat has three parts - endosperm (where the seed's energy is stored and used to make white flour), germ (the part that will grow and is qui - by Weight Loss Hyderabad, Hyderabad

Q: What are the benefits of wheat bread vs white bread?

A: Wheat has three parts - endosperm (where the seed's energy is stored and used to make white flour), germ (the part that will grow and is quite nutritious) and bran (the outer protective layer that is high in fiber).
There's three types of basic wheat-sourced bread that use different parts:
White bread - made from pure endosperm bleached flour, and nutritionally almost empty. Because it's extremely easy to digest, it can spike blood-sugar levels when eaten. Usually gives the softest and highest-rising bread though.
Enriched white bread - lumped in with the above, made the same way but they shove some nutrients into it so it's a bit more nutritious.
Whole wheat bread - bread that also includes wheat bran and part of the germ (at least where I live). You can get "whole wheat breads" that are pretty much nutritionally empty as well though, but the fiber in the bran helps slow down digestion so it's better for you than white.
Whole-grain wheat bread - bread that is made from 100% of the wheat grain. Best choice for fiber and nutrition.

White bread vs. wheat bread is an example of 'simple' carbohydrates vs. 'complex' carbohydrates. In terms of digestion, your body can quickly turn simple carbs into basic sugars which can give you a quick burst of energy. Complex carbohydrates are sugars too, but have a longer 'chain' of molecules, and it takes your body longer to break them down. This means they give you a steadier, longer lasting source of energy.
After digestion, those sugars go into your bloodstream. White bread and other simple carbs can cause a rapid spike in blood sugar, sometimes followed by a 'sugar crash' or loss of energy. Maintaining a fairly steady blood sugar level is especially important for diabetics.
You can compare different types of bread and other foods on the glycemic index, which measures how fast your body turns food into sugars. The more 'whole' or complete a grain is, the lower on the index it tends to be, compared to more processed grains which will have a high score.

You are better off not eating bread period. They don't make bread like they used to. In the old days bread was all sourdough that was naturally leavened over a long period of time, which processed the sugars and proteins in the flour to make it digestible and healthy. Now bread is leavened using engineered quick-rise yeast that doesn't do that, so modern bread is full of anti-nutrients and inflammatory compounds that is giving everyone IBS and gluten intolerance etc.

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  Saturday, February 18, 2017 7:09:15 AM