5 tips to make a healthy fruit juice

July 1st, 2011 by Dr. Subba Rao | No Comments | Filed in Recipe, Wellness

We all love to drink juice. But I am not sure whether many of us know how to make a healthy fruit juice. Many of us guess that fruit juice is always healthy. In this days fruits are also exposed to contamination. There are many small such thinks which will help you to make a healthy fruit juice. (more…)

Red Chillies and Potassium content, health benefits and importance of chilly, Green chillies for health

March 21st, 2011 by Dr. Subba Rao | No Comments | Filed in Recipe, Wellness

Fiery chillies still scare some people. But chillies bring more to the table that just heat and spice. The burn comes with a compound called capsaicin, which binds with nervous system receptors in the tongue and throat, triggering a sensation of heat. At high concentrations, the brain responds to this stimuli by releasing endorphins, which may explain some of the attraction for chilly-lovers. (more…)

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Importance of Barley, Health benefits of Barley, Protein and fibre content food

March 20th, 2011 by Dr. Subba Rao | No Comments | Filed in Recipe, Wellness

Barley is on par with oats as a great source of fibre and is also a good source of protein and B vitamins. Its rich in tocotrienols, a powerful antioxidants found in vitamin E that help prevent heart disease and cancer. Barley also high in beta glucan, a cholesterol clobbering soluble fibre. Whole hulled barley is the least processed type of barley, but it also takes a lot more time to cook and may be some what coarse to the palate. (more…)

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Importance of Sesame oil, sesame recipe, sesame rice chutney, health tips, skin, blood pressure

March 7th, 2011 by Dr. Subba Rao | No Comments | Filed in Recipe, Wellness

Sesame seeds are a very good source of iron magnesium , zinc , copper, manganese, calcium and vitamin B. They help to maintain skin moisture. Sesame oil is an antioxidant and prevents the onset of high blood pressure. Sesame oil is a rich source of antioxidants and hence it is a blessing for skin. Sesame oil regulates the free radicals underneath the skin and gets penetrated into the skin sooner than other oils. Toasted sesame oil nutrition facts actually let us to a fascinating discovery that it can be a great cell growth regulator and cell growth replication. Sesame oil also heals skin burns and itches, sunburns, and dandruff causing bacteria. Sesame oil is a natural ultraviolet rays protector available for us. (more…)

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How to make Veg American Chopsuey at home

November 28th, 2010 by Dr. Subba Rao | No Comments | Filed in Recipe

How to make Veg American Chopsuey at home (more…)

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