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SAMIKSHA HEART AND DIABETIC CARE IN YELAHANKA NEW TOWN BANGALORE .
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Sources of Calcium in Food | Any dietary source of calcium will count toward the child’s daily intake, but low-fat milk is clearly the most efficient and readily available. Lactose-free milk, soy and rice drinks have recently become more easily obtainable and less expensive.: Dairy foods Milk, yogurt, cheese Leafy green vegetables Broccoli, kale, spinach Fruits Oranges Beans and peas Tofu, peanuts, peas, black beans, baked beans Fish Salmon, sardines Miscellaneous Sesame seeds, blackstrap molasses, corn tortillas, almonds, brown sugar
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Symptoms of a Vitamin C Deficiency Fatigue - Early on, someone with a vitamin C deficiency will tend to get tired easily and experience reduced energy. Because chronic fatigue is a symptom of so many illnesses, it c Mood Changes - Individuals with a vitamin C deficiency may become irritable or short tempered. Weight Loss - As with other "wasting conditions" someone with a vitamin C deficiency may experience sudden weight loss. Joint and Muscle Aches - Chronic pain in the limbs or joints can be a symptom of a vitamin deficiency. Bruising - Individuals with a vitamin C deficiency will tend to bruise easily. Excessive bruising is a sign that the body's chemistry needs to be improved. Dental Conditions - Just as a healthy daily dose of vitamin C contributes to healthy teeth and gums, a deficiency can cause deterioration of the gums. Periodontal problems are a symptom of a vitamin C deficiency that has been allowed to develop to a hazardous level. This kind of deficiency was classically called "scurvy" when it happened to mariners who had no access to nutrients (or sometimes even fresh water) on long trips at sea. In today's world, it is a rare but frightening condition. Dry Hair and Skin - A change in hair and skin conditions can also signal that the body is not getting enough of vitamin C and other essential vitamins and minerals. Infections - When an individual does not have enough vitamin C over time, this can have a negative impact on general healing of wounds and the fighting of infections. Generally, the body's immune system will be compromised.
2017-08-08T14:44:00
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VIT D Symptoms and Health Risks of Vitamin D Deficiency Symptoms of bone pain and muscle weakness can mean you have a vitamin D deficiency. However, for many people, the symptoms are subtle. Yet, even without symptoms, too little vitamin D can pose health risks. Low blood levels of the vitamin have been associated with the following: 1. Increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease 2. Cognitive impairment in older adults 3. Severe asthma in children 4 Cancer
2017-08-08T06:49:08
treatment for diabetes in Yelahanka Bangalore Study Links High Dietary Sodium To Subclinical Cardiac Dysfunction. Medscape (8/4, Styles, 239K) reports a study published in the August 8, 2017 issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that “an estimated sodium intake exceeding 3.7 g/day was associated with echocardiographic measures of subclinical cardiac remodeling and dysfunction, ” based on 2996 subjects followed by echo in the Hypertension Genetic Epidemiology Network (HyperGEN) study. The investigators said, in Medscape’s words, that “most of the significant association was not explained by dietary sodium effects on systolic blood pressure” and proposed “that sodium effects on aldosterone and therefore myocardial fibrosis may also be involved.” In an accompanying editorial, Dr. Thomas H Marwick wrote that the study’s primary finding of a link between sodium intake and myocardial mechanics “is more than just a curiosity; myocardial strain is an important predictor of adverse outcome, probably stronger than ejection fraction, especially at normal or nearly normal ejection fractions.” To view the full JACC article, click 
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