Category Archives: ketogenic

Myo-inositol for PCOS (urdu)

Myo – inositol improves all parameters of PCOS (poly cystic ovary syndrome). Heres a rsearch based discussion. Order your myo-inositol online in Pakistan by calling at 0333-4271754. Recent research recommends combination of myo-inositol and mehylfolate for any woman with PCOS, regardless of age or fertility. New research is starting to compare the benefits of inositol to metformin in women with PCOS. The results may surprise you! Improving menstrual irregularity and infertility, anxiety, hirsutism, weight gain ,depression, blood pressure and diabetes in cases of PCOS Also beneficial in other conditions of […]

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What is ketoadaptation/fat adaptation? (Urdu) dr Eric Berg translated by Dr Asma Mahmood

Beginners on Ketogenic diet might not see results before 6 weeks! This is the time required by the body to become “ketoadapted”! Ketosis is a situation where your body is producing ketones. There are three ketone bodies: acetone, acetoacetate, and beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB). Ketones are produced hepatically (which is a fancy way of saying “by the liver”) as a product of breaking down fatty acids. But there’s a bit of a problem with this simple definition of ketosis. You see, your liver is constantly breaking down fatty acids, […]

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Effect of Sugar on Health (urdu) part2

Sugar is known as white poison due to variety of effects on human health! Sugar has a bittersweet reputation when it comes to health. Sugar occurs naturally in all foods that contain carbohydrates, such as fruits and vegetables, grains, and dairy. Plant foods also have high amounts of fiber, essential minerals, and antioxidants, and dairy foods contain protein and calcium. However, problems occur when you consume too much added sugar — that is, sugar that food manufacturers add to products to increase flavor or extend shelf life. […]

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Effect of Sugar on Health part1 (urdu)

Sugar is known as white poison due to variety of effects on human health! Sugar has a bittersweet reputation when it comes to health. Sugar occurs naturally in all foods that contain carbohydrates, such as fruits and vegetables, grains, and dairy. Plant foods also have high amounts of fiber, essential minerals, and antioxidants, and dairy foods contain protein and calcium. However, problems occur when you consume too much added sugar — that is, sugar that food manufacturers add to products to increase flavor or extend shelf life. […]

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