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Monday, September 23, 2019

Why You Need Vitamin A Whilst On A Diet

Have you ever been annoyed by a clumsy customer who walks on your feet and claws at you à la Dracula as he gropes for his seat in your row at the movies? Count ten before you slap him down for rudeness; he may be a victim of avitaminosis A (fancy language for lack of Vitamin A).

Maybe you yourself hate to drive a car at night because approaching headlights dazzle you. Maybe you find it difficult to read or thread a needle in dim light. One of the earliest signs of Vitamin A deficiency is a characteristic form of night blindness that makes it difficult to see after dark.

The next time you go to a movie, give yourself a slow count  of  twenty  when  you  get  inside   the  darkened theater. If you are not then able to see well enough to find a seat under your own optical power, you may suspect that your liver is running short of Vitamin A.

A large cross-country trucking company adopted the custom of feeding its drivers raw carrots (containing Vitamin A in its plant form) at the beginning of their night hauls. What happened? The number of night accidents was significantly reduced.

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Ten Ways To Be Tough With Your Appetite.

This is no chicken-or-the-egg question. To some degree, at least, you are hungry because you're fat. You have more body area and that means greater surface to radiate heat and call for calories.

That being the case, foods which satisfy your hunger fastest will help you to cut down comfortably on your calories. Nutritionists call the hunger-satisfying properties of foods "satiety value." Satisfying foods are those that remain longest in the stomach and small intestine, demanding the most vigorous attention from the digestive machinery.

Meat is the most satisfying of all foods, containing extractives that stimulate the stomach to highest activity.
Milk ranks next to meat in satiety value; whole milk is more satisfying than skim milk.
Fish is slightly less satisfying than meat because usually it contains less fat.
Eggs vary according to preparation. Raw eggs pass quickly from the stomach; hard-boiled eggs have greater satiety value than soft-boiled, and about the same as fried.
Green vegetables and bread are low in satiety value. Oddly, bread becomes even less satisfying when toasted.

Saturday, September 7, 2019

Coffee, Tea, Cocoa And Soft Drinks

Coffee and tea can never make you fat. Your reducing diet allows you to consume them, if you wish, until you splash when you walk. But note that this sky's-the-limit attitude applies only to black coffee or clear tea. Drunk in this form, these inspiring infusions rate a flat zero for calories. Add cream and sugar, however, and the calories go Spitfiring heavenward. It's the fixin's that make you fat.

One teaspoon of sugar and two tablespoons of coffee cream give a cup of coffee a rating of 85 calories—largely fat calories, exactly the type the reducer needs least. Many a sparkling-eyed and clear-headed coffee drunkard thinks nothing of consuming five or six cups a day. The cream and sugar in these cups of coffee represent about an even trade for the calories where you can eat your pie à la mode. This is a case where you can eat your pie and have your coffee too, if you take it black.


Tongue is a muscular organ associated with the function of deglutition,taste and speech.It acts as an easily
accessible organ for the assessment of  health of an individual and shows the state of hydration of the body.It is said that tongue is the mirror of the gastrointestinal system and any abnormal functioning of the stomach and intestines will be reflected on the tongue.

Some characteristic changes occur in the tongue in some particular diseases.That is why the examination of the tongue is very essential and will give some clues for diagnosis.All doctors examine the tongue and they consider the changes in size,shape,,colour,moisture,coating,nature of papillae and movements ect.

Appearance of tongue in some abnormal conditions:-

1) Movements of the tongue:-

a) In one sided paralysis of the body(hemiplegia)tongue moves towards the parylised side when protruded.