GLUTEN FREE DIET

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🖊Gluten free diet is diet which excludes protein called as gluten.
🖊Foods which contain gluten are wheat, barley and rye.
🖊 It can be found in anything from bread and pasta to salad dressings that contain wheat protein and beer that contains barley malt.
🖊The claimed benefits of the diet are improved health, weight loss and increased energy.
🖊Those who are gluten-free can still enjoy a healthy diet filled with fruits, vegetables, meats, poultry, fish, beans, legumes and most dairy products.
🖊The best substitutes for wheat and barley are rice, millet and quinoa.


🖊 In Gastrointestinal diseases such as Celiac diseases, Crohn’s disease and with lupus it is advised to stay away from gluten.
🖊Celiac disease is a serious autoimmune disease that occurs in genetically predisposed people where the ingestion of gluten leads to damage in the small intestine. It is estimated to affect 1 in 100 people worldwide.
🖊It is seen that there are people having gluten sensitivity. People who are diagnosed with gluten sensitivity should not consume gluten diet. It causes permanent damage to the body and nutrient loss from the body.

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Dr Nikita Agrawal

BODY ODOUR- Home Management

Hello Readers Unpleasant body odour is a very sensitive issue and can lead to problems in your social, cultural and work life. So let’s try some Home Management to get rid of body odour

🖊SHOWER
Wash your body regularly, try to take shower after exercise and heavy all day work.
🖊COCONUT OIL
The antimicrobial properties in the oil are helpful to reduce body odour.
🖊LEMON
The acidity of lemon juice helps to reduce the growth of harmful bacteria on the skin. Also, as an immune booster, lemon removes harmful toxins in the body.
🖊FENUGREEK SEEDS
It works as an antioxidant which helps to flush out all the toxins from the body. its Antibacterial properties help to control the spread of bacterial infection.


🖊NEEM LEAVES
Acts as antifungal, antibacterial and antiseptic which removes all bacteria from the body. Eliminate harmful toxins causes bad odours.
🖊WATER
It’s a great solvent and best neutralizer. Best way to rid of body odour to drinking plenty of water. Keeps body cool which causes less formation of the perspiration.
🖊Use of antiperspirant at bedtime.
🖊Change of diet – Sometimes, fatty foods, oils, or strong-smelling foods such as garlic, curry, and onions, can seep through your pores and cause body odour.
🖊APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
Apply on the body just before bath, it changes the pH of the skin surface which inhospitable to bacteria living there.
Many more in the list such as
Peppermint oil
Drink green tea
Sandalwood powder
Eat more yoghurt

Thank you
Dr.Nikita Agrawal

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INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN’S OF HOMEOPATHY

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👩🏻‍⚕Dr. Parinaaz Humranwala
☆The the recipient of best teacher award
☆ Author of book “Temperament types a study”
☆ Lecturer at CMP HOMOEOPATHY MEDICAL COLLEGE, MUMBAI.
☆ Tempraz Expert System in Hompath software is an expert system by Dr. Parinaz Humranwala based on theory of temperaments. This expert system unveils the temperaments, which are akin to human fingerprints, each unique to an individual and guides to the correct remedy. It improves your practice taking into consideration the 5 basic temperaments: Sanguine, Melancholic, Phlegmatic and Nervous. Convert patient language into rubrics with ease.

👩🏻‍⚕Dr. Divya Chabra
☆ Teaching in India and abroad for the last seven years and has lectured in various parts of the world such as Switzerland, Germany, Austria, England, Ireland, Belgium, Holland, Greece, the Slovakia Republic, Australia, New Zealand, the U.S. and Canada.
☆ She has conducted provings of several remedies including  Mag sulph, Thea, Citrus, Lac Felinum, Lac Rhesus, Tungsten, Lac Defloratum, Lac Humanum, Eagle, and Bat.
☆ She has also conducted a potency proving with two well-proven polycrest remedies, Calcarea carbonicum and Natrum muriaticum, in potencies from 30 to 50 M.
☆ working on 3 books one on her provings, another on her experience in practice including free association, use of potencies, etc., and, most recently, a book on her advances in the understanding of the materia medica of the periodic table of the elements.

👩🏻‍⚕Dr. Margery Grace Blackie 
☆ British doctor of medicine who was appointed as the first woman royal  physician  to Queen Elizabeth II.
☆Niece of James Compton-Burnett, a noted Homeopathic Doctor.
☆ Books 1.The Patient, Not the Cure: The Challenge of Homoeopathy.

  1. Classical homeopathy.
    ☆In 1979, she was appointed a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order, for her services to the royal family.
    ☆The Blackie Foundation Trust is a charity that gives research grants and financial help to “medically qualified health care professionals”.

👩🏻‍⚕Dr. Margaret Lucy Tyler 
☆ English homeopath who was a student  of James Tyler Kent. Margaret Tyler has become one of the most influential homeopaths of all time.
☆ she is best known for her ‘Homeopathic Drug Pictures‘, which simplified the materia medica for students.
☆ Lady Tyler contributed a stained glass window for the Chapel at the London Homeopathic Hospital.
☆ As Margaret Tyler wrote in her article “How Not to Practice Homeopathy,” without the right philosophy you might as well stop practicing.
☆ 1st English Homoeopath to talk on Nosodes , sarcodes, ascending potencies.

👩🏻‍⚕Dr. Dorothy Shepherd
☆ Dr. Dorothy Shepherd grew up in South India where her father was a missionary. She studied medicine at Heidelberg medical school and graduated from Edinburgh.
☆ She was raised with homeopathic medicine and as a child had access to a copy of Hering’s  Domestic Physician.
☆ Dr. Shepherd wrote several books on homeopathy, based on her clinical experience. Magic of the Minimum Dose
3.A Physician’s Posy

Homeopathy in Epidemic Diseases
☆ “There is no sickness, only sick people.” 

Dr. Dorothy Shepherd in her book 
(More Magic of the Minimum Dose)

👩🏻‍⚕Anne Taylor Kirshmann in “A Vital Force: Women in Homeopathy” estimates that 2/3 of the homeopathic patients in the 19thcentury were women.
👩🏻‍⚕Julian Winston in “The Faces of Homoeopathy”  tells of a homeopathic doctor addressing a meeting of the American Institute of Homeopathy who allegedly said, “Many a woman armed with her little stack of remedies had converted an entire community to homeopathy.”

👩🏻‍⚕Dr. Clemence Sophia Lozier, MD, opened the first homeopathic medical school for women in 1863, the New York Medical College and Hospital for Women, because she felt that “woman was, by every instinct and aptitude of her nature, better fitted for the medical profession than man.” This was the first hospital to offer a course in hygiene and preventative medicine.

🖊The list could go on and on.🖊

👩🏻‍⚕For the past two centuries, women have led the movement towards homeopathy. If you are one of these women, if you have undertaken to study and use homeopathy, you are part of a revolutionary movement and a rich heritage.
👩🏻‍⚕You may be a quiet army…not protesting in the streets, not resorting to violence…just calmly going about the day-to-day business of healing your families, societies and sharing your knowledge with others. But you are an unstoppable force.

TODAY TO ALL HOMEOPATH women’s , caregivers who have taken this important step…
I Salute You .

Thank you

DR. NIKITA AGRAWAL

भारतीय सोच और मानसिक रोग

“मानसिक बीमारिया दबे पाँव आकर बैठ जाती है हमारे अंदर, मन के अँधेरे किसी कोने में, चलो इसे जाने, पहचाने और सुधारे। हलकी सी भी कोई नज़र चुराए आपसे तो देखे दोबारा, थोड़ा सा भी कोई डगमगाए तो उन्हें जा के थामे दोबारा, जरा सा भी कुछ सही न लगे तो पूछो दोबारा।”

सभी पाठको को मेरा नमस्कार, आप हमेशा मस्त रहिये , मुस्कुराते रहिये । आज हम बात करेंगे बीमारियोकि। किसी भी बीमारी का नाम सुनते ही सब घबरा जाते है, चाहे वो बड़ी हो या छोटी। हम तुरंत डॉक्टर के पास भागते है की हमें जल्दी से ठीक कर दीजिये, ये दर्द अब सहा नहीं जाता, ये तकलीफ अब और बर्दाश्त नहीं होती । बस किसी तरह इस बीमारी से छुटकारा पाना है। सही बात है ना ? जब मैंने बात की बीमारियों की, तो आप के मन में किसी ना किसी शारीरिक बीमारी की बात आयी होगी जैसे की घुटनो में दर्द, सर्दी, बुखार, हार्ट अटैक, इत्यादि। क्या आपके मन में मानसिक रोग का ख्याल आया ? क्या आपने कभी समझने की कोशिश की है की मानसिक रोग क्या होते है, कैसे होते है ? नहीं ना ?

क्युकी हमारे देश में आज भी मानसिक रोग को वास्तविक में बीमारी माना ही नहीं जाता। हम मानते है की मानसिक रोग कोई जादू टोना है, किसी बुरी आत्मा का साया है, इंसान के किसी बुरे कर्मो की सजा दे रहा है भगवान्। मानसिक रोग हिंसक और कमजोर लोगो को होते है। मानसिक बीमारी असहज यौनवृत्ति से होती है। आज जहा दुनिया चाँद पर पहोच चुकी है हम आज भी ऐसे बातो में विश्वास रखते है। पर यकिन मानिये ऐसा कुछ नहीं होता है ।
मानसिक रोग या मानसिक विकार या मनोरोग एक ऐसी बीमारी है जिस में मनुष्य ठीक से सोच नहीं पाता है। उनका अपनी भावनाओ और सोच पर काबू नहीं रहता , उनकी सोच और समझ कमजोर होने लगती है। सब कुछ होते हुए भी अकेलापन महसूस होता है। ऐसी चीज़े दिखाई और सुनाई देती जो किसी और के साथ ना होता हो। बहोत ज्यादा नींद या फिर नींद ही नहीं आती है। कुछ लोग हिंसक और आक्रमक भी बन जाते है।
और अंत में जब कुछ भी सही नहीं होता तो आत्महत्या के ख़याल आने लगते है और कई तो कोशिश भी करते है। एक तरह से मनुष्य भावनात्मक कोमा में चला जाता है।

दिमाग में न्यूरोट्रांस्मिटर्स जैसे रसायन में बदलाव होना इसकी एक अहम् वजह है। शरीर के कुछ हॉर्मोन्स में बदलाव होने से ; जीवन में आने वाले तनाव, पारिवारिक समस्याएं , बढ़ती हुई हिंसा, बेरोज़गारी, आर्थिक असमानता, दुखद हादसा, निराशा, शराब और नशीली दवाओं की लत ये सब मानसिक रोग कारन है।
मानसिक बीमारी से पीड़ित इंसान के साथ कैसे कैसे व्यवहार किये जाते है। उन्हें मंदिर, मस्जिद, मुल्ला, तांत्रिक के पास लेजाया जाता है। झाडफ़ूंक किया जाता है, तरह तरह की जड़ी बूटी खिलाइ जाती है। उन्हें किसी कोने में बांधकर रखा जाता है, शॉक दिए जाते है।
क्या इंसानो के साथ इस तरह जानवरो वाला बर्ताव करना सही है? आपही सोचिये कितनी पीड़ा होती होगी उस इंसान को जो पहले से ही दुखी है, अपनी सूझ बुझ में नहीं है, और हम उनके साथ ऐसा सख्त व्यवहार करते है। इतना ही नहीं, कल तक जो हमारे परिवार, मित्र थे आज हम उन्हें किसी सामाजिक कलंक और लांछन की नजरो से देखते है। उनसे बात करना पसंद नहीं करते, उनसे दूर भागते है, पागलखाने में बंद कर देते है।
वो इंसान जो कल तक समाज का हिस्सा था आज एकदम से हम उसे अछूत मानने लगते है?
एक पल के लिए अपनी आँखे बंद कर अपने आप को किसी मानसिक रोगी की जगह रख के देखिये। डर लगा ? मै दावे के साथ कह सकती हु की लगा , मुझे भी लगा था जब मैंने इंसानो किए साथ होने वाले इस दुर्व्यहार को देखा था।

सोचिये आप इस बीमारी का शिकार होंगे तो, आप अपनी बीमारी के बारे में किसी से कुछ नहीं कह पाओगे ये सोचकर की आप के साथ भी यही सब किया जायेगा। धीरे धीरे तकलीफे बढ़ती जाती है, अकेलापन महसूस होता है, ख़ामोशी आपका गहना बन जाती है। अकेले में रोने के सिवा आपको कोई इलाज़ नहीं दिखाई देता। ऐसा लगता है जैसे किसी अँधेरे कमरे में बंद किया गया हो। फिर जनम लेती है हिंसा, आक्रामकता और क्रूरता। और फिर एक आखरी दरवाजा सामने दिखाई देता है जिनसे वो छलांग लगा देते है, जिसका नाम है आत्महत्या ! और जो लोग आत्महत्या करने की हिम्मत नहीं कर पाते है वे एक जीती जागती लाश बनकर रह जाते है। जिस तरह शरीर की हड्डिया फ्रैक्चर होती है उसी तरह मन भी फ्रैक्चर होता है, पर जिसकी ना कोई आवाज़ होती है ना दिखाई देता है।

विश्व स्वास्थ्य संगठन के मुताबिक(वर्ल्ड हेल्थ आर्गेनाईजेशन) भारत में हर साल १३५००० लोग आत्महत्या के शिकार होते है। दिल दहलाने वाली बात तो ये है की नेशनल क्राइम रिकार्ड्स ब्यूरो (२०१५ ) के तहत भारत में हर १ घंटे १ विद्यार्थी आत्महत्या करता है।
मै मुबारक बात और ढेर सारी बधाइयाँ देना चाहूंगी सबको की की हम हर घंटे होने वाली मासूम बच्चो के मौत के जिम्मेदार है। देश के लाखो लोगो ने आत्महत्या नहीं की है, बल्कि हम जिम्मेदार है उनकी मौत के। हम कातिल है।
कड़वी लगी मेरी बात ? क्युकी यही सच्चाई है। ये सब होता है क्युकी हम शर्मिंदगी महसूस करते है मानसिक रोग और रोगी को अपनाने में। आज़ादी के ७२ साल बाद भी हम गुलाम अपनी सोच, समझ और इन पुराणी कल्पित कथाओ के, जो हम अपने ही लोगो के दुःख नहीं बाँट सकते है। जितने बड़े हमारे मकान होते जा रहे है, उतनी छोटी हमारी सोच होती जा रही है। हम पैसो से तो अमीर बन गए है, पर मन के उतने ही गरीब हो गए है। मुझे ये सब कहने में जरा भी हिचकिचाहट नहीं हो रही है।
मै अपने माँ बाप , भाई बहन, बच्चे, मित्र , और अपने समाज को ऐसे तड़पता हुआ नहीं देखूंगी, और नाही स्वतंत्र भारत को ऐसे आत्महत्या करते देख सकती हु। इसीलिए मैंने अपना हाथ बढ़ाया मानसिक रोगी की सहायता करने के लिए, उन सबकी जिंदगी फिर से उन्हें लौटाने के लिए। क्या आप मेरा साथ देंगे?
ये समझे की बीमारी यानि बुनियादी तौर पर कुछ गलत हो रहा है। मानसिक बीमारी की कोई उम्र नही होती है, ये किसी भी उम्र में किसी को भी हो सकती है, पुरुष, महिला, बच्चे , बूढ़े, शिक्षित, अशिक्षित, किसी भी जाती, धर्म और संस्कृति के लोगो को। बस फरक ये होता है शारीरिक बीमारी हमें दिखाई देती है, और मानसिक बीमारी छुपकर बैठती है मन के अँधेरे किसी कोने में । स्वस्थ जीवन यानि स्वस्थ शरीर और स्वस्थ मन दोनों का मिलन। ये दोनों ही गाड़ी के २ पहियों की तरह है जिनका साथ में चलना बहोत जरुरी है। कैसे होगा ये सब? बहोत ही आसान है। जब भी आपको लगे आपके आसपास कोई इस बीमारी का शिकार हो रहा है तो उनसे बात करे,उन्हें ये दिलासा देने की कोशिश करे आप है उनके साथ उनके हर कदम पर। उन्हें किसी मनो चिकित्सक के पास लेकर जाइये, उनसे सलाह मशवरा करे ,और सही तरीके से इलाज़ कराये। उनकी दी गई दवाइयां समय पर देते रहे। उनकी जीवन शैली को आसान और मजेदार बनाने में उनकी सहायता करे।

हाथ से हाथ मिलाइये, मानसिक रोग से छुटकारा पाइये। वो कहते है ना जियो और जीने दो।

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HELPING HANDS

GIVING BACK IS NO LONGER A CHOICE, IT HAS TO BE A WAY OF LIFE.

Starting again with new energy and enthusiasm I am sharing a story today.

Purnota Dutta Bahl, (Founder and CEO of Cuddles Foundation)
despite being an Indian School of Business alumnus, chose to leave her lucrative job to start Cuddles. She established a paediatric oncology team in which nutritionists helps malnutrition child’s to fight with cancer along with parental counselling.

✍Cuddles Foundation 
🖊Founded in 2012, Mumbai based Cuddles Foundation works in partnership with the government and charity hospitals such as Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, AIIMS in New Delhi, Kidwai Memorial in Bengaluru, SGPGI in Lucknow and NRS Medical College in Kolkata.
🖊 The programmes in all these institutions range from capacity building at hospitals to nutritional supplementation, midday meals in OPD and providing ration baskets to the families in need of nutritional support.
🖊Organisation that provides nutrition support to over 18,000 children with cancer in 17 hospitals across nine cities in India.
🖊 Says that 40 per cent of all children under cancer treatment do not survive because of malnourishment. 
🖊A good example of WOMEN EMPOWERMENT as all females are working in this team.

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Thanks & Best regards
Dr Nikita Agrawal

First Female War Correspondent


Name– Martha Ellis Gellhorn

Introduction
A woman taking all the glory as the first female war correspondent, who successfully covered the heaviest of wars in her reports with her ability to picture blood and gore of battles very artistically, Martha Gellhorn. She always wished to be remembered for her work. But unfortunately always recalled for the marriage with Ernest Hemingway. She was one of the finest writers with all the ability to write an entire paragraph out of the minutest human gestures on the battlefield. She was brave, beautiful and clever. In her times she lived her life in such a way, pushing all the boundaries of her gender and became a leading light for women of the entire world.
Bill Buford, the New Yorker editor who was a friend of Gellhorn’s,says: “Martha was passionate and political, glamorous and exciting. She loved to drink and gossip and smoke and flirt. She was hugely entertaining. She was motivated by a deep-hearted, deep-seated concern for justice; she was the friend of the dispossessed, the oppressed, the neglected. And she was a good writer.”

Childhood & Early Life
Martha Gellhorn was born in St. Louis, Missouri on November 8, 1908. Her father George Gellhorn was a Gynaecologist and mother Edna Fischel Gellhorn was a renowned advocate for suffragist. She has two brothers, elder one Walter who was a noted law professor at Columbia University. Younger brother Alfred an oncologist and former dean of University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Martha completed her graduation from private school John Burroughs in St. Louis in 1926. She left her education in 1927 from Bryn Mawr College as she wanted to pursue her career in the writing field.

Career
Martha started her career in writing and her first article published in The New Republic. She moved to France in 1930, where she worked at the United Press bureau for two years. She wrote a novel ‘What Mad Pursuit’ (1934) on her experiences of pacifist movement.
In 1932, she was hired by Harry Hopkins as a field investigator for Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA) and worked on the impact of Depression on the country. Later her work became the part of governmental files for the great depression, she did along with Dorothea Lange, a photographer who pictured lives of hungry and homeless people. She wrote all her findings in a book named ‘The Trouble I’ve Seen'(1936), in form of short stories.
Martha started her first war assignment in 1937, to cover Spanish civil war for Collier’s Weekly Magazine. Collier’s editor financed and published her earliest dispatches.
Martha covered the trial of German war for the Atlantic Monthly. After the World War II outbreak she wrote a novel describing her experiences of events of Soviet attack on Finland, German air attack on London, ‘A Stricken Field'(1940).
She covered the Arab Israeli War and Vietnam War in 60s and 70s. As she approached in her 80s she began to slow down physically.
In 1989, She did her best to cover the U.S invasion of Panama. She found herself unable to cover the Balkan conflicts in 90s as a surgery for cataract made her nearly blind.
In the literary journal Granta her last report was published in 1995, one last overseas trip to Brazil to report on poverty in that country. She anyhow manages this last trip due to her health issues. And announced that she was “too old” to report furthermore.

Major Works
Being an accomplished fiction writer in her writing list, 5 Novels, 14 Novellas and 2 collections of short stories are there. Most famous are mentioned below –
• ‘A Stricken Field’ (1939)
• ‘The Face of War’ (1959)
• ‘The Lowest Trees Have Tops’ (1967)
• ‘The Novellas of Martha Gellhorn’ (1993)

Awards & Achievements
• She was the only woman to witness the landings on D- Day, Normandy in 1944.
• Martha Gellhorn was the first journalist to report Dachau concentration camp in 1945.

Personal Life & Legacy
From 1930, Martha was in affair with a French Economist Bertrand de Jouvenel which lasted till 1934.
She got married to legendary American novelist Ernest Hemingway in 1940. The marriage broke up in 1945 in London.
She married T.S.Matthews, former managing editor at Times Magazine in 1954 and divorced in 1963.
She adopted a boy, Sandy, from an Italian orphanage in 1949.
On February 15, 1998, Gellhorn committed suicide at the age of 89, at her home in London after suffering from declined health due to ovarian cancer and botched cataract which made her nearly blind.
• ‘The Martha Gellhorn Prize for Journalism’ established after her name in 1999.
• The U.S Postal Service announced a stamp in honor of the best journalists of the 20th century, in 2007.
• ‘Hemingway and Gellhorn’, HBO biopic film made on relationships between Martha and Ernest first aired on May 28, 2012.
• In 2011, documentary film ‘No Job for a Woman: The Women Who Fought to Report WWII’.

Trivia
Most fierce journalist and fiction writer Martha Gellhorn was contemplated as sexually manipulative woman who didn’t involve in physical relationships with her partners with her personal consent.

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