शहद सेवन करने के नियम

शहद कभी खराब नहीं होता . यह पका पकाया भोजन है और तुरंत ऊर्जा देने वाला है |

शहद लेते समय कुछ सावधानियां बरतनी चाहिए |

– अमरुद , गाना , अंगूर और खट्टे फलों के साथ शहद अमृत के सामान है |

– चाय कॉफ़ी के साथ शहद ज़हर के सामान है |

– शहद को आग पर कभी ना तपाये |

– मांस -मछली के साथ शहद का सेवन ज़हर के सामान है |

– शहद में पानी या दूध बराबर मात्रा में हानि कारक है |

– चीनी के साथ शहद मिलाना अमृत मेंज़हर मिलाने के सामान है |

– एक साथ अधिक मात्रा में शहद लेनासेहत के लिए नुकसानदायक हो सकता है .दिन में २ या ३ बार एक चम्मच शहद लें |

– घी , तेल , मक्खन में शहद ज़हर के सामान है |

– शहद खाने से कोई परेशानी महसूस हो तो निम्बू का सेवन करें |

– समान मात्रा में घी और शहद ज़हर होता है |

– अलग अलग वृक्षों पर लगे छत्तों में प्राप्त शहद के अलग अलग औषधीय गुण होंगे . जैसे नीम पर लगा शहद आँखों के लिए , जामुन का डायबिटीज़ और सहजन का ह्रदय , वात और रक्तचाप के लिए अच्छा होता है |

– शीतकाल या बसंतऋतु में विकसित वनस्पति के रस में से बना हुआ शहद उत्तम होता है और गरमी या बरसात में एकत्रित किया हुआ शहद इतना अच्छा नही होता है। गांव या नगर में मुहल्लों में बने हुए शहद के छत्तों की तुलना में वनों में बनें हुए छत्तों का शहद अधिक उत्तम माना जाता है।

– शहद पैदा करनें वाली मधुमक्खियों के भेद के अनुसार वनस्पतियों की विविधता केकारण शहद के गुण, स्वाद और रंग मेंअंतर पड़ता है।

– शहद सेवन करने के बाद गरम पानी भी नहीं पीना चाहिए।

– मोटापा दूर करने के लिए गुनगुने पानी में और दुबलापन दूर करने के लिए गुनगुने दूध के साथ ले |

– अधिक धुप में शहद ना दे . गरमी से पीड़ित व्यक्ति को गरम ऋतु में दिया हुआ शहद जहर की तरह कार्य करता है।

– शहद को जिस चीज के साथ लिया जाये उसी तरह के असर शहद में दिखाई देते है। जैसे गर्म चीज के साथ लें तो- गर्म प्रभाव और ठंडी चीज के साथ लेने से ठंडा असर दिखाई देता है। इसलिए मौसम के अनुसार वस्तुएं शहद के साथ ले |

– ज्यादा मात्रा में शहद का सेवन करने से ज्यादा हानि होती है। इससे पेट में आमातिसार रोग पैदा हो जाता है और ज्यादा कष्ट देता है। इसका इलाज ज्यादा कठिन है। फिर भी यदि शहद के सेवन से कोई कठिनाई हो तो 1 ग्राम धनिया का चूर्ण सेवन करके ऊपर से बीस ग्राम अनार का सिरका पी लेना चाहिए।
-बच्चे बीस से पच्चीस ग्राम और बड़े चालीस से पचास ग्राम से अधिक शहद एक बार में न सेवन करें। लम्बे समय तक
अधिक मात्रा में शहद का सेवन न करें।

– चढ़ते हुए बुखार में दूध, घी, शहद का सेवन जहर के तरह है।

-यदि किसी व्यक्ति ने जहर या विषाक्त पदार्थ का सेवन कर लिया हो उसे शहद खिलाने से जहर का प्रकोप एक-दम बढ़कर मौत तक हो सकती है।

Health benefits of eating Tomatoes

1- Helps to keep blood vessels healthy

2- Rich in lycopene to promote prostate health
3- Full of vitamin C to keep immune system strong
4- A good source of beta-carotene for healthy vision

5- Studies have shown tomatoes help prevent breast cancer.
6- Contains compounds to help lower cholesterol

7- Rich in potassium for heart health
8- Full of vitamin E to keep skin healthy and beautiful
9- The skin is full of carotenoids tomatoes to promote wellness
10- Rich in energizing B vitamins to help you stay active


1. Heightens Awareness: Musical (non-verbal) and verbal interaction with others, enhances awareness of self and others.

2. Share Feelings: Offers opportunities for individuals to openly share their feelings and to experience a sense of ‘universality’.

3. Improves Self Belief: Music allows everyone to express themselves creatively without the need to follow any strict guidelines, processes or norms.

4. Skill Development: Plays an important role in the development of physical, sensory and cognitive skills, extending your visual perception.

5. Improves Focus: Music helps improve your concentration and attention span.

6. Motivation Booster: Increases self-confidence, self-esteem, personal insight and motivation.

7. Sense of Independence: Leads to development of independent, decision-making skills.

8. Improves Quality of Life: Provides immense satisfaction, enjoyment and an overall improvement in quality of life.

9. Creates Relaxed Environment: Provides a relaxed environment that enables better social interactions.

10. Anti depressant: Music calms the nerves and decreases tension, anxiety and stress. Your heart loves it.

11. Sharpens Motor Skills: Musicians have more evolved gross and fine motor skills.

12. Improves Memory: Musicians have sharper sequential memory and shorter recall time.

13. Improves Discipline: Trains the mind towards self-management and inculcates discipline.

14. Amps up happiness levels: Deeply engaging with music, rather than allowing it to wash over us, gives the experience enhanced emotional power and happiness.

15. Rehabilitation: Music therapy is widely used for patients with visual, sensory or motor disabilities, induced through stroke.

16. Effective Learning Aid: The inherent structure and emotional pull of music makes it an easy tool for teaching concepts, ideas, and information.

17. Shortens Recall Time: Music is second only to smell for its ability to stimulate our memory in a very powerful way. Music therapists use this while working with patients suffering from dementia and amnesia.

18. Easy Storage: Music, with its rhythmic patterns is easy for the brain to store and recall: predictable, structured, and organized–and our brain just loves it that way!

High Cholesterol: A Serious Health Risk

You may wonder whether something like cholesterol which is so common can really be a serious health risk. The truth is: Absolutely. Your body makes cholesterol, and you also get it when you eat eggs, meats, and dairy products. When you have more than your body needs, cholesterol can cause plaque to build up in your arteries. This thick, hard plaque can clog your arteries like a blocked pipe. Reduced blood flow can lead to a stroke or heart attack.

How High Cholesterol Causes Heart Attack:

If there is a clog in a coronary artery, your heart gets too little blood and oxygen. Without enough oxygen, your heart becomes weak and damaged. If the plaque breaks open, a blood clot may form on top of the buildup, further blocking blood flow. Or, a blood clot can break off and flow to an artery in another part of the body. If a clot completely blocks an artery feeding your heart, you have a heart attack.

How High Cholesterol Causes Stroke:

Plaque buildup can also keep your brain from getting enough blood and oxygen. If a clot completely blocks an artery feeding your brain, you have a stroke.

A Problem Without Symptoms

Despite the risks, about 1 in 3 Americans have not had their cholesterol tested in the past 5 years. That’s how often the American Heart Association recommends screening.

Sperling says high cholesterol may not worry you enough because:

It doesn’t cause symptoms. So you don’t know you have it unless you get a blood cholesterol test.

It doesn’t cause pain. So you may be less likely to seek treatment or keep taking your cholesterol-lowering medicine.

“It’s not like taking a painkiller for an aching knee, where you know it’s working,” he says.

Plus, the risks from high cholesterol aren’t immediate. The damage accumulates over years — even decades. High cholesterol in your 20s and 30s can take its toll in your 50s and 60s. Because the effects take time, you may not feel the urgency to treat it. You may think you can deal with it later – but you may wait too long.

“Having high cholesterol may not hurt you today or tomorrow,” Sperling says. “But if you don’t do something about it, it can have a terrible cost down the road.”

Protect Yourself

You can outsmart high cholesterol. Eat a healthy diet, exercise, and take medicine as your doctor recommends to lower your levels.

The first step: Ask your doctor if it’s time for you to have a fasting cholesterol blood test. If they’re high, ask your doctor what numbers are ideal for you based on your personal health and risk factors. Also ask how often you need the test.

Most people should have:

LDL, “bad” cholesterol, less than 100 mg/dL.  If you already have heart disease, you may need to aim for under 70 mg/dL.

HDL, “good” cholesterol, 60 mg/dL or higher

Triglycerides, another type of risky fat in your bloodstream, less than 150 mg/dL

Whatever you do, don’t ignore your high cholesterol risks.

Alarming Statistics about Disease Status of India

•Current projections suggest that India will have the largest cardiovascular disease burden in the world.

 •One fifth of the deaths in India are from coronary heart disease. By the year 2020, it will account for one third of all deaths. Sadly, many of these Indians will be dying young.

 •Heart disease in India occurs 10 to 15 years earlier than in the west.

 •There are an estimated 45 million patients of coronary artery disease in India. An increasing number of young Indians are falling prey to coronary artery disease. With millions hooked to a roller-coaster lifestyle, the future looks even more grim.

 •There are at least 50.8 million diabetics in India, which is the highest ever reported number from anywhere in the world according to International Diabetes Federation. The prevalence of diabetes varies between 6-8% in urban and 2-3% in rural adults.

 •Indians tend to be diabetic at a relatively young age of 45 years which is about 10 years earlier than in West.

 •The prevalence of diabetes varies between 6-8% in urban and 2-3% in rural adults.

 •There appears to be a steady increase in hypertension prevalence over the last 50 years, more in urban than in rural areas. Hypertension is 25-30% in urban and 10-15% in rural subjects.
Sedentary lifestyle is a major cause of death, disease and disability. Physical inactivity increases all causes of mortality, doubles the risk of cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes and obesity. It also increases the risk of colon and breast cancer, high blood pressure, lipid disorders and anxiety.

Stress-Busting Foods

Stress: We all have it, and how we handle it can make all the difference. Stress management can be a powerful tool for wellness, since too much stress can affect physical health. There are many strategies, and one of them is all about what you eat. Read on to learn how a stress management diet can help.


Stress-Busting Foods: How They Work

Foods can help tame stress in several ways. Comfort foods, like a bowl of warm oatmeal, boost levels of serotonin, a calming brain chemical. Other foods can cut levels of cortisol and adrenaline, stress hormones that take a toll on the body over time. And a healthy diet can counter the impact of stress, by shoring up the immune system and lowering blood pressure. Do you know which foods are stress busters?


Complex Carbs


All carbs prompt the brain to make more serotonin. For a steady supply of this feel-good chemical, it’s best to eat complex carbs, which are digested more slowly. Good choices include whole-grain breakfast cereals, breads, and pastas, as well as old-fashioned oatmeal. Complex carbs can also help you feel balanced by stabilizing blood sugar levels.


Simple Carbs


Dieticians usually recommend steering clear of simple carbs, which include sweets and soda. But in a pinch, these foods can hit the spot. Simple sugars are digested quickly, leading to a spike in serotonin. Still, it doesn’t last long, and there are healthier options. So don’t make these a stress-relieving habit; you should limit these.




Oranges make the list for their wealth of vitamin C. Studies suggest this vitamin can curb levels of stress hormones while strengthening the immune system. In one study of people with high blood pressure, blood pressure and cortisol levels (a stress hormone) returned to normal more quickly when people took vitamin C before a stressful task.




Popeye never lets stress get the best of him — maybe it’s all the magnesium in his spinach. Too little magnesium may trigger headaches and fatigue, compounding the effects of stress. One cup of spinach goes a long way toward replenishing magnesium stores. Not a spinach eater? Try some cooked soybeans or a filet of salmon, also high in magnesium. Green leafy vegetables are a rich source of magnesium.


Black Tea


Drinking black tea may help you recover from stressful events more quickly. One study compared people who drank four cups of tea daily for six weeks with people who drank another beverage. The tea drinkers reported feeling calmer and had lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol after stressful situations. When it comes to stress, the caffeine in coffee can boost stress hormones and raise blood pressure.




Almonds are chock-full of helpful vitamins: vitamin E to bolster the immune system, plus B vitamins, which may make you more resilient during bouts of stress such as depression. To get the benefits, snack on a quarter of a cup every day.


Raw Veggies


Crunchy raw vegetables can help ease stress in a purely mechanical way. Munching celery or carrot sticks helps release a clenched jaw, and that can ward off tension


De-Stress With Exercise


Besides changing your diet, one of the best stress-busting strategies is to start exercising. Aerobic exercise boosts oxygen circulation and spurs your body to make feel-good chemicals called endorphins. Aim for 30 minutes of aerobic exercise three to four times a week. If you’re not active now, tell your health care provider you’re going to start exercising — they’ll root for you and make sure you’re ready to get moving.