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Local oil is beneficial for health:
The diversity in food for me comes from the variety of cuisines made in different parts of India.  Not only the different ingredients in the dish, but also choosing the right kind of oil is very important because the oil changes the entire taste of the dish.  There are many misconceptions about some oils, such as mustard oil, coconut oil, sesame oil, etc., contain many calories, but 1 gram of any oil has only 9 calories.  Climate and geographical conditions have a major impact on oils.  

I grew up in North India and I have eaten food cooked in mustard oil there, while my daughters in Mumbai mostly eat cooked food in peanuts and sunflower oil.  According to me, you should consume oil according to the place where you are, because various factors affect your digestion.  So whenever I travel I try to make different dishes using local cooking oils from the same region.  Therefore, I am going to share with you some oil information.  

Mustard Oil - It contains essential vitamins and minerals.  If you are from North or East India, then this is the best option for you as it is available in large quantities.  It tastes pungent, so heat it until till it becomes smokey then use it as required.  Coconut Oil - It is already a staple in South India.  It contains fats that can help you lose weight and increase your metabolism.  Nowadays, cold pressed coconut oil is popular due to its various health benefits.  

Peanut oil - People of western India usually use this oil because the best peanuts come from Gujarat.  It contains rich antioxidants that fight harmful particles.  Sesame oil - It is also called gingelly oil.  It is rich in omega 6 fatty acids that help reduce the risk of heart diseases.  It is commonly used in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and many different South Asian countries.  I personally like this oil because of its taste and aroma.  This does not mean that you cannot choose oils that do not belong to your region.  Of course, you can also consume various other oils such as olive oil, rice bran oil, sunflower oil etc.  However, local people are advised to use local oil for maximum health benefits.


Take vitamin A to avoid glaucoma:
Worldwide, from 8 to 14 March, he says, more than a thousand BPL are being done in his hospital World Glaucoma Week Celebrate.  Saturday was the last day of the card-holders' free off this week.  Cost treatment has been done.  

Glaucoma is an eye disease, even those doctors who see Kalamotiya in the common language, who treat other patients or also called Kalapani.  He told, he goes.  According to doctors, a total of 29 branches of this hospital are of blindness after cataract, in which there are three in Bihar.  The second big reason is to take care of such eyes: Kalamotia.  On this subject, people are apprehensive about ASG Eye from corona virus Bhaskar around the world.  The ophthalmologist of every hospital has no chance of avoiding this disease.  

Sanjay Kumar Sinha is looking for a solution.  Talked to avoid it.  They say, for people are saying that you are a glaucoma silent killer.  Do not touch your eyes, mouth, nose in the beginning without washing your hands.  They do not show symptoms, he says.  If it is identified at the right time, eye or nose, infection is always at risk.  In this case, you can prevent vitamin A from taking vitamin A.  is .  They say, take omega three fatty acids to be common.

write by MD MAHMOOD ALAM

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Haris said...

Glaucoma appears to have a hereditary component. In other words, a family history of glaucoma generally puts one at a higher risk of developing the disease. You usually don’t get its symptoms until later in life.
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