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HEALING, MEDITATION AND SPIRITUALITY => Fitness, General Well Being and Home Decor => Topic started by: poori on May 07, 2009, 11:43:39 AM

Title: food habits in menstrual days
Post by: poori on May 07, 2009, 11:43:39 AM

as women knew mensus is the best process for women which keeps them out of bad n dirt in blood n body.

to make this process result in good and strengthen nerves n organs, there are very few but important food habits to follow. dnt worry they are very simple to take up ;)

well..

women are supposed to eat onli

1) boiled n mashed moong dal(pesarapappu) with a pinch of salt + ghee in rice.

2) avoid spices completely.

3) avoid buttermilk/curd extremly for unstinkingness.

4) do not eat papaya or pineapple for those it bleeds heavy.

5) make a habit of having 1 sunni unda(urad daal laddu)/chimli every day

isnt it simple..???  :cool:
Title: food habits in menstral days
Post by: pallavi on May 08, 2009, 11:00:33 AM
also drink milk (cow preferable) with sugar/misri powder twice a day during those 3 days
Title: food habits in menstral days
Post by: Star Dust on May 10, 2009, 10:16:20 AM
this is useful post
many women who think they are modern are actually outdated
Title: food habits in menstral days
Post by: poori on May 10, 2009, 05:51:23 PM
yea..

having cow milk in those days keeps women fit, destressed..

it rily works well on weak head nerves
Title: food habits in menstral days
Post by: Anoo on May 11, 2009, 05:24:26 PM
i think its the most neglected aspect of today\'s women
they constantly consume these pills and take excuses of marriages, parties, work, festivals, holidays with family, temples etc

i think using indian cow\'s milk is much better than jersey cow
Title: food habits in menstral days
Post by: SaSirEkha on May 26, 2009, 10:11:30 AM
am not sure how many indian gals know about this :(
mothers even dont know and they dont even bother to let thier kids know
Title: food habits in menstral days
Post by: tostosbe on February 03, 2011, 11:40:41 AM
A couple of days is nothing to worry about. It\'s possible that the stress of losing and then gaining quickly might\'ve been responsible for it, or it could just be a natural variance. Cycle length is rarely set in stone, stress can affect it, too much exercise, not eating properly, or your body can simply be responding to natural fluctuations in its own cycles.