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    Have been asked so many times about the balanced diet I advice in my practice of homoeopathy. A diet which infuses energy and improves the immunity and helps one increase resistance against disease. A diet to prevents constipation and keeps IBS in control. A healthy body helps one recover really fast from illness/ surgery. I have been a follower of a particular simple diet plan. Writing down what one eats and measuring the portions is my first advice. Sharing this for my homeopathy students / fans / followers of a good diet plan for healthy living and wellness. 1.. I start the day with a glass of lemon juice with honey instead of sugar. (At times I would advise a methi seeds infused water kept overnight to patients with acid reflux) . A good cleanse and detox helps kickstart the mornings. 2. A good workout of Pilates/ cardio followed by an ABC juice. 3. Breakfast : very Indian. Nothing packaged. Upma/poha/ idlis / dosa 4. A mid morning snack of fibre rich fruits at 11 am. Papaya /guava / a seasonal fruit. 5. Lunch with brown rice and dal and sabji with a sprout salad and a cup of curd( pro biotic and non sweetened ) 6. A mid evening snack of fistful of nuts ( a fig/ date , almonds , walnuts , pistachios ) with a warm green tea ( chamomile to gear up for the evening) at 4 pm 7. A late evening bowl of salad with olives and flax seeds at 7 pm 8. Dinner by 8. Again a round of veggies (greens) and chappati with a glass of buttermilk. 9. A glass of milk with no sugar at bed time. Important tip: I always eat fruits bought from the local growers. Keep the walnuts and powdered flax seeds in the fridge to prevent them from becoming rancid. Try setting curd at home and prepare buttermilk using this organic dahi. Drink enough water through the day and chew into an apple when hungry !! 😊😊
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    A simple dietary additive plan for women. Helps in boosting the feel- good chemicals during PMS and to reduce peri and post menopausal symptoms. Symptoms troubling women during PMS are: fatigue, irritability, aches and pains, lethargy, mood swings and sleep disturbances. Along with specific constitutional remedy and a heart to heart talk session, routines of stretches and slow yet strong pace of workout is what I advice. The changes in diet and lifestyle at least ten days ahead of the expected cycle works like magic. The skeleton of additives is: Eating an extra portion of papaya helps in regulating the cycle and helps prevent cramps in PMS. Try a raw papaya sabji for variety. Half a cup of pomegranate juice gives much needed antioxidants. (Eating the fruit is equally beneficial ) Early morning and evening detox with a glass of soaked methi sprouts water Load up with potassium. To relieve bloating and body aches. Bananas, figs , leafy veggies and tender coconut water. Freshly squeezed undiluted grape juice helps in preventing migraines in PMS phase Sesame seeds ( til laddoo/ chickee) and flaxseeds help woth their fibre rich and omega 3 properties. A little amount of Soya helps. Add soya flour in the atta or eat the soya nuggets or drink a cup of soya milk Avoid rich foods and processed foods. Stay off sugar as much as possible. Keep caffeine to the minimum. Mostly important : take it easy. Ask for help. Go for nature walks and listen to music. Meditate . Breathe. Relax.
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