Let us understand the two important aspects of our body needs. To every action there is equal and opposite reaction. We have to fulfill the two basic criteria of consuming and expending our energy.
Metabolic Activity – Mechanism of conversion of food to energy
The total activity of all chemical reactions, digestion and transportation of substances in our body constitutes a Metabolic Activity.
Each and every living being have his own metabolic activity. It is the system of life-sustaining chemical transformations within our body cells.
The reasons of metabolism are the conversion of food to energy to run cellular processes to build blocks for proteins, lipids, minerals, nucleic acids, and some carbohydrates, and the elimination of nitrogenous wastes.
These active functional rates of reactions allow our body to maintain their structures, grow, and also resist to external infections.
Balanced diet – Adequate proportion of Ingredients
An adequate proportion of each and every ingredient of carbohydrates, amino acids, fibers, fats and proteins together with all the essential minerals and vitamins constitutes a Balanced Diet.
A Balanced diet is one that helps to maintain or improve overall health. A Balanced diet provides the body with essential nutrients and body fluid, adequate amino acids from protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, fibers and adequate calories.
A Balanced diet may be from any variety of plant-based and animal-based foods. We MUST not consume more calories than the body requires.
Why Acidity is a very popular symptom these days?
- 1. Daily routine of alcohol consumption
- 2. Too muck of junk food
- 3. Unpredictable Meals timing
- 4. Health unconscious
- 5. Pollution
- 6. Composition of our daily food or meals.
- 7. Lack of exercises to expend our daily energy
On top of these We consume not anymore a balanced diet that can supply all our body needs. Due to the deficiency of essential or volatile vitamins, minerals and fibers like Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, folic acid, etc., our body keeps on accumulating the unwanted acids waste.
Due to the lack of these volatile vitamins our metabolic system have no more Armour to resist and relieve flatulence and heartburn thus leads to intestinal infections, ulcer, cancer or jaundice.
But, the fact is that our daily food and our present environment especially in the urban or metropolitan cities are no more natural with respect to foods and sun-based volatile vitamins.
These vitamins used to come mostly from natural or organic produced green vegetables and fruits. We also get these vitamins from the sun and other natural resources.
In order to provide our body with all the deficiency, We have two options : –
1. Our daily eating habits
- Eating fresh fruits, raw dark green salads vegetables, roots and nuts. Our body will retain the indigestible fibers and acts as a cleanser in return.
- Limited amount of meats, eggs, sugars, starch flour or rice, cream, fats, oils, spices, etc.
- Limited alcohol consumption
- Drink at least 7 liters of water per day
- Expend your energy through exercises half an hour a day
2. Multivitamins and Supplements
Any multivitamins or supplements that contains calcium pantothenate, vitamin B12, folic acid, thiamine mono nitrate, riboflavine, pyridoxine hydro chloride, niacinamide, ascorbic acid, biotin and vitamin C are vital enough to fill the gap of vitamins deficiency of your body.
There are two natural resources of these types of vitamins I want to talk about here.
These two substances are very valuable in the market because of its medicinal value.
Indian Black Salt is also known as ‘Kala Namak’ in India is a popular variety of Indian volcanic stone salts. According to the Ayurveda, Black salt is a cooling salt and is loaded with therapeutic advantages. Besides being a laxative and curing intestinal infection, it improves your eyesight as well.
Black Lava Salt comes from Hawaii and is a blend of sea salt and purified volcanic charcoal. It is also believed to relieve flatulence and heartburn. It is used in Jammu to cure goiters. It also has long been used as a food preserver. This salt is also used to treat hysteria and for making toothpastes by combining it with other mineral and plant ingredients. Kala namak is a type of rock salt, a salty and pungent-smelling condiment substance used in South Asia.
Kala namak consists primarily of sodium chloride and trace impurities of sodium sulfate, sodium bi sulfate, sodium bisulfite, sodium sulfide, iron sulfide and hydrogen sulfide.
Himalayan Pink Salt has a rich mineral content that includes over 84 minerals and trace elements such as: calcium, magnesium, potassium, copper and iron. Salt is not evil.
Sodium plays an important role in maintaining the body’s hydration levels, electrolyte balance, and blood pressure and flavor enhancer.
Black cardamom or Kaala Jeera : – Bunium bulbocastanum (Cuminum cyminum) and commonly called black cumin, black seed, Dried Bunium Bulbocastanum fruits are used as a culinary spice in northern India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Iran.
It is practically unknown outside these areas. The Nutritional value of Cumin seed Energy, Carbohydrates, Sugars, Dietary fiber, Fat, Saturated, Monounsaturated and Polyunsaturated Protein, Vitamins A equiv. Beta-carotene, Vitamin A Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Choline, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Minerals Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc.
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