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As per the title of this thread, which is, health is wealth.

So following are 10 exercises, to keep ourselves fit, mentally and physically.

1) For the eyes?

See the everlasting in human kindness.

2) For the tongue?

Speak from the heart, instead of the mouth.

3) For the face?

Smile more often to everyone

4) For the ears?

Speak less and listen more

5) For the brain?

Have constructive thoughts.

6) For the feet?

Walk towards knowledge and wisdom with humility.

7) For the nose?

Inhale goodness and exhale the evil from within.

8) For strength?

Get up after you fall down.

9)For the heart?

Live in the Truth.

10) For the soul?

We are never alone, walk with God.

Sat Sree Akal.

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CLEAN YOUR KIDNEYS IN Rs. 5.00 OR EVEN LESS

Years are passing by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salt and any unwanted bacteria entering our body.

With time salt accumulates in our kidney and it needs to undergo cleaning treatment. How are we going to do this?

Here is an easy, cheap and simple way to do it. Take a bunch of coriander (DHANIYA Leaves) and wash it clean. Cut it in small pieces and put it in a pot.

Pour clean water and boil it for ten minutes and let it cool down. Next filter it and pour it in a clean bottle and keep it in refrigerator to cool.

Drink one glass everyday and you will notice all salt and other accumulated impurities coming out of your kidney while urination.

You will be able to notice the difference yourself!

DHANIYA/CORIANDER is known as a best cleaning treatment for kidneys and the best part is it is natural!


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CLEAN YOUR KIDNEYS IN Rs. 5.00 OR EVEN LESS

Years are passing by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salt and any unwanted bacteria entering our body.

With time salt accumulates in our kidney and it needs to undergo cleaning treatment. How are we going to do this?

Here is an easy, cheap and simple way to do it. Take a bunch of coriander (DHANIYA Leaves) and wash it clean. Cut it in small pieces and put it in a pot.

Pour clean water and boil it for ten minutes and let it cool down. Next filter it and pour it in a clean bottle and keep it in refrigerator to cool.

Drink one glass everyday and you will notice all salt and other accumulated impurities coming out of your kidney while urination.

You will be able to notice the difference yourself!

DHANIYA/CORIANDER is known as a best cleaning treatment for kidneys and the best part is it is natural!

I heard adding parsley to the dhaniya helps too.

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CLEAN YOUR KIDNEYS IN Rs. 5.00 OR EVEN LESS

Years are passing by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salt and any unwanted bacteria entering our body.

With time salt accumulates in our kidney and it needs to undergo cleaning treatment. How are we going to do this?

Here is an easy, cheap and simple way to do it. Take a bunch of coriander (DHANIYA Leaves) and wash it clean. Cut it in small pieces and put it in a pot.

Pour clean water and boil it for ten minutes and let it cool down. Next filter it and pour it in a clean bottle and keep it in refrigerator to cool.

Drink one glass everyday and you will notice all salt and other accumulated impurities coming out of your kidney while urination.

You will be able to notice the difference yourself!

DHANIYA/CORIANDER is known as a best cleaning treatment for kidneys and the best part is it is natural!

Hmm, I read this too somewhere, but can't remember where now.

Paji Harsharan, is this method okay for people with health conditions or those with weak digestive system?

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Hmm, I read this too somewhere, but can't remember where now.

Paji Harsharan, is this method okay for people with health conditions or those with weak digestive system?

Simran Pen Jee,

the post above is a forward I got from a friend, and I felt sharing it with the sangat here. I am no specialist in these matters, but as you ask me....so in my personal opinion, there should be no harm in it, as it is like drinking water, with the addition of coriander, which has beneficial effects, as it has a huge amount of vitamin C in it also.

And I would say that as a general rule, if done in a normal way it should be o.k, avoiding excesses, as excess in everything is usually harmful; except His bhakti, which has no contraindications, no limitations of any kind, but only benefits....sarab rog ka aukhad Nam. :smile2:

Sat Sree Akal.

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HAVE A GLASS OF WATER BEFORE YOUR TEA OR COFFEE,

YOUR STOMACH WILL THANK YOU

Ph value of tea is 6, and for coffee is 5.

These PH values, indicate how acidity is increased in our bodies with the intake of these two.

Acidity causes major problems as cancers, ulcers, etc.

Drinking a glass of water before tea or coffeee, will minimize the damage.

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PRECAUTIONS WHILE VOMITING

 

A 16 year old boy recently died. He and his brother were sleeping in the same room. Late night he got up to vomit. His brother said he held his hand to his mouth and went to the bathroom.


After vomiting, he complained of difficulty in breathing.

Later died.

Now it has been declared by Doctor that he held on to his vomit till he reached the toilet in order to not to spoil the bed or carpet, and that's what choked him. The vomit went straight into his wind pipe & the breathing tract.

So, we should let kids puke wherever they want, and then go to the bathroom. We should never force them to hold on to their vomit till they reach the bathroom. The carpet can always be washed, but we cannot get a child back.
 

 

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Rujuta Diwekar is the highest paid *dietician* in India.

She is the one who took care of *junior Ambani* to lose 108 kgs.
*Her advice to diabetics*:

1. *Eat fruits grown locally* ..... Banana, Grapes, Chikoo, Mangoes. All fruits have FRUCTOSE so it doesn't matter that you are eating a mango over an Apple. A Mango comes from Konkan and Apple from Kashmir. So Mango is more local to you.

*Eat all the above fruits in DIABETES as the FRUCTOSE* will eventually manage your SUGAR

  2. Choose Seed oils than Veggie oils. Like choose ground nut, mustard, coconut & til. *Don't choose chakachak packing oils*, like olive,  rice bran etc
*Go for kachchi ghani oils than refined oils*

  3. Rujuta spends max time in her talks talking about GHEE and its benefits.
*Eat GHEE daily*. How much GHEE we should eat depends on food. Few foods need more GHEE then eat more and vice versa. Eat ample *GHEE. It REDUCES cholesterol*.

  4. *Include COCONUT.* Either scraped coconut over food like poha, khandvi or chutney with idli and dosa
Coconut has *ZERO CHOLESTEROL* and it makes your WAIST SLIM

  5. *Don't eat oats, cereals for breakfast*. They are packaged food and we don't need them.  Also they are tasteless and boring and our day shouldn't start with boring stuff.
Breakfast should be poha, upma, idli, dosa, paratha

  6. Farhaan Akhtar's New ad of biscuits - fibre in every bite... Even ghar ka kachara has fibre, likewise oats have fibre. Don't chose them for fibre. *Instead of oats, eat poha, upma, idli, dosa*

  7. *No JUICES till you have teeth* in your mouth to chew veggies and fruits

  8. *SUGARCANE is the real DETOX* . Drink the juice fresh or eat the SUGARCANE

  9. For pcos, thyroid - do strength training and weight training and avoid all packaged food

10. *RICE - eat regular WHITE RICE. NO NEED of Brown rice.* Brown rice needs 5-6 whistles to cook and when it tires your pressure cooker, then why do you want to tire your tummy.

A white rice is hand pounded simple rice

*Rice* is not high is GI INDEX.  Rice has mediun GI index and by eating it with daal / dahi / kadhi we bring its GI index further down
If we take _ghee over this daal chawal then the GI INDEX is brought further down._
*B.* Rice has some rich minerals and you can eat it even three times a day

11. How much should we eat - *eat more if you are more hungry,* let your stomach be your guide and vice versa

12. We can *eat rice and chapati together* or only rice if you wish. It depends on your hunger. *Eat RICE in ALL THREE MEALS without any fear.*

13. Food shouldn't make you scared like eating rice and ghee. *Food should make you FEEL GOOD*

14. *NEVER* look at *CALORIES*. Look at *NUTRIENTS*

15. *No bread, biscuits, cakes, pizza, pasta*

16. Ask yourself is this the food my Nani & Dadi ate?  If yes then eat without fear.

17. Eat as per your season. *Eat pakoda, fafda, jalebi in monsoon*. Your hunger is as per season. Few seasons we need fried food so eat them.

18. When not to have chai - tea - don't drink tea as the first thing in morning or when you are hungry. Rest you can have it 2-3 times a day and with sugar

19. *NO GREEN tea plesse.* No green, yellow, purple, blue tea.

20. Eat *ALL* of your *TRADITIONAL* foods.

21. Strictly *NO* to packaged foods / drinks.

22. *Exercise / Walk* more to digest & stay healthy.

Regards,
Rujuta Diwekar

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On 06/03/2016 at 11:38 PM, harsharan000 said:

Simran Pen Jee,

the post above is a forward I got from a friend, and I felt sharing it with the sangat here. I am no specialist in these matters, but as you ask me....so in my personal opinion, there should be no harm in it, as it is like drinking water, with the addition of coriander, which has beneficial effects, as it has a huge amount of vitamin C in it also.

And I would say that as a general rule, if done in a normal way it should be o.k, avoiding excesses, as excess in everything is usually harmful; except His bhakti, which has no contraindications, no limitations of any kind, but only benefits....sarab rog ka aukhad Nam. :smile2:

Sat Sree Akal.

veer ji by boiling we lose a lot of the vitamins and change the natural properties of the dhaniya ...maybe blending in water and straining would be better?

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Just now, jkvlondon said:

veer ji by boiling we lose a lot of the vitamins and change the natural properties of the dhaniya ...maybe blending in water and straining would be better?

Logic says, it could be better as you suggested.

Thanks.

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all oils are bad because they are nutrient deficient calorie dense foods . For cooking coconut is better than most avoid all polyunsaturated oils as they become toxic on heating and create free radical hell in your body. Sunflower margarine is bad as it will increase the omega 6 level in body leading to inflammation and imbalance in omega3 6 9 balance . Most people are deficient in 0mega 3 so try to eat nuts and seeds instead of oils as the oil becomes rapidly rancid in oxygen eat linseeds freshly coldmilled , shelled hemp seeds (perfect balance of omegas) 

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10 Biggest brain damaging habits:

 

1: Missing breakfast.
2: Over-eating
3: Smoking
4: High sugar consumption.
5: More sleeping, specially at morning
6: Eating meal while watching TV or computer
7: Wearing Cap/scarf or socks while sleeping
8: More brain usage during sickness
9: Over speaking
10. Habit of blocking/Stoping Urine.

 

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