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Using a certain amount of palm oil is not going to cause much trouble. But it is good to know who can use it and who may not.

Vitamin E is high in palm oil. It plays an important role in giving the body a youthful appearance. Regular use of palm oil will alleviate all other wrinkles on the face. Also, it is a powerful antioxidant.Using a little amount of palm oil is not going to cause much trouble.

The fat content in all oil's is same. Oil is fat, of course. 100g of all oil contains the same amount of fat (ie 100g). Otherwise it means there is some contamination.

Advantage and disadvantage of using palm oil:

Palm oil is one of the most commonly used oils for cooking. But, it also has unhealthy issues. Some research suggests that it is good to use, while some others say it is bad.

Using a certain amount of palm oil is not going to cause much trouble. But it is good to know who can use it and who may not.

  • Palm oil is rich in fat. Eating it may increase your risk of heart disease.
  • Avoid the use of palm oil if you have a heart disease or if anyone in your family has heart disease.
  • Excess fat in palm oil may increase weight gain. But when you consume palm oil daily, it gradually removes fat cells from the body.
  • Excess cholesterol in palm oil can cause metabolism related diseases.
  • Palmitic in palm oil may reduce fat level from the body. Therefore, it may slow down the metabolism and cause the possibility of metabolic syndrome.
  • When cooking palm oil it is more likely to cause health problems. The study results also suggest that reusing cooked palm oil again may increase blood pressure. But, it is said that using uncooked palm oil does not cause any problems.
  • Tocopherol in palm oil act as natural antioxidants. This will destroy any abnormal cells in the body. Furthermore, it transform cancer cells into normal cells.
  • Beta carotene in palm oil can enhance your eyesight. Beta carotene plays an important role in improving of eyesight. Beta carotene is a precursor to the formation of vitamin A (Retinol). Vitamin A is important for good vision and eye health.
  • Beta carotene in palm oil plays an important role in balancing hormones. People with hormone problems are better to use refrigerated palm oil.
  • Vitamin E is high in palm oil. It plays an important role in giving the body a youthful appearance. Regular use of palm oil will alleviate all the wrinkles on the face. Also, it is a powerful antioxidant.
  • If you are deficient in vitamin A, you can use palm oil without hesitation. When you add palm oil to your daily diet, your body gets enough vitamin A. It is one of the best qualities of palm oil.

When my mother buy palm oil, she poured 1 ltr of oil into the skillet and fry a lemon size tamarind with salt in it and take out.  May be some people have allergy by using this oil,  Doing so would not be a problem

We can realize its advantage or disadvantages according to the usage level. People with heart disease should avoid it. The fat in it will increase its intensity.


The corona virus has spread since last December from a seafood vendor in the historic town of Wuhan, central China. The virus is currently threatening the world. More than 3,000 people have died by corona virus worldwide. Over 2,500 people have died in China alone. Currently, Corona is also started threatening India.

Coronal virus clusters found like a crown through a microscope, "corona" means crown in Latin language. Hence, it is named as Corona virus. Doctors who divide the corona virus into six categories say that they are usually found in animals and this is the first time that they have become the deadliest killer virus in humans.

What is a coronavirus?

The novel corona virus, named 2019-nCoV, was discovered in December last year in the province of Wuhan, China. The National Health Council has confirmed that the virus can be transmitted from animals to humans.

Since the Chinese are more close to the animals, the virus has started spreading rapidly in Wuhan. The virus has also spread to others from Wuhan province to other parts of the country.

How corona virus spread?

Health experts say the corona virus is spreading mostly through sneezing and coughing. Thus, the virus can be easily transmitted from one person to another. The China Health Department has confirmed that the corona virus spreads between humans.

What impact does it create?

People who are infected with the corona virus first get the flu. Thereafter, dryness causes coughing, which leads to wheezing after a week. About one in four people infected with the virus seem to be getting worse. The virus is known to cause organ failure, including pneumonia, and maximum likelihood of death.

Corona virus Symptoms:

Doctors say that it has the symptoms of cough, sore throat, headache and fever, as well as asthma symptoms, like regular colds, which can easily infect the elderly and young adults and people with less immunity.

Is there medicine ...?

To date, there have been no immunity drugs available for humans to prevent the corona virus.

Therefore, the only option at the moment is to prevent the spread of corona virus from one person to another. Thus, the corona virus is treated in isolation of the victim.

The primary goal is to prevent the virus from spreading to others. Scientists are also working on finding drugs by using HIV medicine that can kill corona virus.

How to defend yourself?

Get news about the virus and the appropriate medical treatment announcement only through the government media and other official media. Don't rely on unsubstantiated messages spread on social networks, including whats app, and don't share them with others.

Check with doctors for Cough, sneezing, cold, dry throat, fever, etc. Continue for more than two days.

It is best to go out wearing a nose - mouth mask.

Take nutritious food and safe drinking water. Avoid going to crowded places.

Always wash your hands and keep your surroundings clean. It is also necessary to cover the nose and mouth during coughing and sneezing.

Previouslywe used ground nut oil and sesame oil for cooking. We used coconut oil for hair and cluster oil and need oil for medicines.

Currently, in the name of refined oilwe are eating the dregs.

Refined oil causes lots of harmful diseases for us.So soon death in bed. 

For about 25 years after globalization, canola, vegetable, soy, safflower, sunflower, corn and palm oil have been marketed. Naturalistic doctors say that refined oils, opens the door to a wide range of diseases for whom are very healthy. Until 25 and 30 years ago, people with blood pressure and heart disease were very few. The current statistics are staggering.

Heart attacks are the leading cause of death in India. Nearly 17 lakh people die due to heart attacks annually. This is 53 percent higher than in 2005. Despite the fact that this might be cause of smoking and alcohol. Refined oil is still one of the root causes.

Sunflower in first place

Mainly refined sun flower is flagged by many trade names. Approximately 4 lakh hectares of the sunflower are grown in India. India ranks 9th globally in sunflower yields. Karnataka state top in the list.

Approximately 1.3 kg of sunflower seed is required to produce one liter of sunflower oil. One kg of sunflower seed is 60 INR. But, the question of how all companies are able to market oil at the same price without fluctuations is the million dollar question. Because the price of sunflower seeds is not stable.

How oil is made

Business purpose refined oil will not have any nutrition's for sure. How is oil extracted from the seed, and what are the stages of refining? Let's see. 

The seeds are washed, cleaned, crushed and boiled. Then they extract the oil by crushing the seeds through the machines. In this process, they mix the hexane (the waste that comes out of the purification of crude oil) to evaporate the residual oil. Then the phosphate is mixed to separate oil and the other ingredients.

Refining work started from here. Some chemicals are mixed with water to remove the fat in the oil. This fat is then sent to make soap.

In the second stage, phosphate gum, natural pigments, waxes are removed by adding caustic soda or lime with oil. This changes the color of the oil and reduces the viscosity.

Third, the oil is boiled with clay and carbon. The oil loses its natural color. Natural Antioxidants and nutrients are removed with the contaminants in the oil.

Finally, the oil is heated to 500 degrees Centigrade. Thereby the volatile products mixed with oil are expelled. Then the smell and taste are imposed by chemicals.

Why does it is unhealthy?

Fatty Acid becomes a Trans fat because of the high pressure of hydrogen being passed in this oil. Refined Oil contains PUFA (Poly Unsaturated Fatty Acid - Chemical unfrozen Fat). They are divided into N3 and N6. According to the study, refined oils sold in our country are high in PUFA N6 which is unhealthy for us. The medical world claims that this is leading factor for obesity, blood cholesterol, heart diseasediabetes, and breast cancer. The main reason for the health hazard is that as the oil is extracted by machinery over high heat, it becomes fully chemical.

Although refined oil is advertised as reducing bad cholesterol, manufacturers are removing the good fats.

The refined oil is marketed in plastic bags, bottles, in the form of chemicals, which lose their natural properties completely. The intake of this oil is too high as this is not much concentrated. This oil preventing the accumulation of good cholesterol in the body.

What is good oil?

Cold press oil which has density, rich in natural color and smell, rich in nutrients is best oil. It contains various vitamins. Iron, zinc, magnesium, copper, and calcium are naturally available in cold press oil. Lipids are essential for joints, gastrointestinal tract, intestinal function, nervesblood vesselsglands, skin smoothness, and production of essential enzymes. It is available in one tablespoon i.e. 20 ml of natural oil.

Do not reuse

Do not reuse oil once used over high heat. Using it will produce more pressured oxygen molecules, will cause increasing the risk of heart attack and cancer.

So stop using refined oil and use cold press oils. 


Food is important to everyone in our lives. We do a lot of things in the food and fun game at some point. Some people do not even have time to eat and behave like no relation to food
Sometimes people are forced to eat fast. It has become a habit of some people. Eating fast causes many illnesses. By swallowing food fast, we lose sight of what we are eating. Even that is a bad habit. So if you have a fast eating habit, you need to change it immediately.
Eating fast can lead to excessive eating, obesity, indigestion, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome.

Studies show that men's sperm quality is likely to decrease if they consume too much sugar. It is also reported that the quality of sperm is affected by the environment and their lifestyle.

RNA fragments in sperm appear to be affected by the intake of excess sugar. The study was carried out with 15 non-smoking men. They are given 3.5 liters of high sugar drinks daily. Consequently, the movement of sperm began to decrease when drinking it.
But it has been suggested that this is easy to resolve. Problem can be resolved if the couple takes a low sugar intake.

All of us know the history of Maida. We also know why Maida was first used. Let me start my answer with a little explanation, though.

Due to the shortage of wheat during the Second World War, food made by Maida flour became widely spread in Tamil Nadu.Some of the wastes of wheat and flour of the cassava tuber are used for making the maida that time. Even today, When the wheat is not wid
ely available, cassava flour and some chemicals used for making the maida. The Paratha made using Maida flour became very popular.

One of the main reasons for the popularity of Paratha was the easily available, taste, and the way it was made.Particularly it becomes popularity among women, as they can't make the perfect at home and easy to buy them when the food is not cooked.

The kurma (the salna) served with paratha taste, sticks in the tongue when the parotta is eaten with it. That is why we cannot leave eating paratha. Sowe are easily addicted to it.

We make a wide variety of food products through raw material, Maida. For examplecakes made on our birthdays are made by Maida.

How is Maida made?

Finely ground wheat flour will be in slight yellow in color. It is bleached with a chemical called benzoyl peroxide. This is called Maida.

Benzoyl peroxide is a chemical, and we have in our hair dye. This chemical along with the protein is one of the most important causes of diabetes.

Alloxan is also used to smooth the flour to make soften dough. This Alloxan is used to create diabetes in rats in the labs.

Maida has no fiber. Food which does not have fiber will reduce our digestive power. So the things made in Maida are not suitable for our body. They can also cause digestive problems.

There are no significant health benefits or vitamins in maida. So this is not going to benefit the children growth. Therefore, it is best to avoid food items made with maida for the kids. Especially cakesbiscuits, bakery items.

Biscuits made with maida slow down children's appetite. If you trust, eat four biscuits equals to one cup of milk as shown in the ad, then child's condition is awful.

Countries such as the European Union, London and China have banned the sale of Maida-made goods. RecentlyKerala state in India also started raising awareness about Maida products.

When we eat things made of maida, there is a risk of diseases such as kidney stones, heart disease and diabetes.

India is the biggest business market for commercial companies. We are all just a consumer like goats, who believe in what they say in the ad and eat.

There are many government departments for food products in all the countries. They can take care of making awareness and ban these kinds of products, perhaps they understand that we are human beings.

Usually, the taste of the food varies depending on the type of vessel we are using. The taste of the food made from aluminum pan differs from that of the silverware. Similarly the food made from clay pot tastes very well than all other vessels. 

Clay pot getting popular in terms of taste.

However, I will share a few things about how the flavor of the dish enhanced.

1. Vegetables and greens that are cooked in clay pots retain its nutrients without being wasted, and its color remains unchanged.

2. When cooked in clay pots, it absorbs the heat of the oven/stove and keeps it on for a long time. Food is being cooked in the absorbed heat. This will make sure the food cooked even or uniform and improve the taste of the food.

3. Even though the heat is well absorbed, the outside is not overheated. This makes it easier for us to handle the cookware easily.

4. As clay pot using absorbed heat to cook the vegetables or other recipes, we do not need to be kept in the stove until they are completely cooked. It may be unloaded a little earlier and close with the lid. After 10 to 15 minutes, food will be cooked automatically. This way we can save cooking gas.

5. Foods cooked otherly than pottery, should be taken immediately and store in hot packs for retaining the heat for some time. But when we cook in earthenware, it stays hot for a long time.

This is the reason for the taste.

Try cooking ordinary wheat brine upma and fish curry, the pepper chicken and the pepper mutton curry in clay pot. Its flavor is in next level.

Post comments if there are mistakes.


When the egg is spoiled, the decomposition becomes. So the molecules in it turn into gas.

As everyone thinks, should there be gas in it, the spoiled eggs are floating? But it doesn't. The gas is discharged through the microscopic holes in the eggshells. This will reduce the density of the egg. So it starts floating. Good eggs submerge in water.

Some eggs will be spoiled even if there is an expiration date. The reason for that is too much heat.

Well, you are going to a super market. Will you take a tumbler with water in it to test good eggs?You can't right? There is a way to check good eggs. Keep the egg in your ear and gently shake it. If you hear too much water, it means that egg is spoiled.

A calorie is a unit of energy. In nutrition, calories refer to the energy people get from the food and drink they consume, and the energy they use in physical activity. Calories are listed in the nutritional information on all food packaging. Many weight loss programs center around reducing the intake of calories.

An average woman needs to eat about 2000 calories per day to maintain, and 1500 calories to lose one pound of weight per week. An average man needs 2500 calories to maintain, and 2000 to lose one pound of weight per week. However, this depends on numerous factors. These include age, height, current weight, activity levels, metabolic health and several others

Lets see how much calories we have in south Indian food items.

Vegetarian food and its calories
Tamarind Rice - 150g - 415 calories
Vegetable makkani - 150g - 130 calories
Paneer kalimirch - 150g - 346 calories
Parotta - 1 - 80 calories
Chappathi - 2 - 80 calories
Curd rice - 300g - 433 calories
Bisibelabath - 300g - 535 calories
Papad - 1 - 160 calories
Salad - 5 pieces - 60 to 70 calories
Curd pachadi - 80 ml - 112 calories
Gulab jamoon - 40g - 143 calories
Paneer / Butter - 100/60g - 110 to 150 calories
Vegetables side dishes (Aloo gobi, Aloo mutter etc..) - 150g - 306 calories
Sambar - 150g - 199g
Garlic Rasam- 150g - 36 calories
Banana poriyal - 100g - 353 calories
Bottle gaurd - 150g - 415 calories

Dry sweets - 1 pieces or 60 to 80g - 100 to 130 calories
Kheer/ Payasam - 100g - 95 to 120 calories
Salad - 5 vegetable’s pieces - 60 to 70 calories
Fried Rice / Bisebelabath / Vegetable pulav / Vangibath - 100 or 60 g - 75 to 100 calories
Fryums - 5 pieces - 100 calories
Stuffed Parota - 2 - 110 calories
Vegetable soup without cream-100g - 30 to 50 calories
White rice - 60g - 55 calories
Dal/grams products - 60g - 50 to 70g
Rasam - 100ml - 30 calories
Sambar (1 or 2 vegetables) - 100g - 60 calories
Vegetable kootu - 60g - 80 to 100 calories
Curd - 100g - 112 calories
Butter - 100g - 56 calories
Pickle - 1 spoon - 7 to 9 calories
Papad fried - 1 - 160 calories
Jeera pulav - 150g - 388 calories
Jilebi - 100g - 380 calories
Vegetable noodles - 150g - 316 calories

Non veg items
Egg fried rice - 1 plate or 200g - 340 calories
Egg masala - 150g - 343 calories
Garlic chicken - 150g - 314 calories
Chicken Briyani - 1 plate or 200g - 470 calories
Mutton briyani - 1 plate or 200g - 450 calories
Kadai chicken - 200g - 350 calories
Chicken hydrabad - 1 plate or 200g - 700 calories
Chicken lollypop- 1 piece or 60-70g - 100 calories
Chicken chilly fry - 200g - 300 calories
Egg omelette - 1 - 130 calories
Egg and plate curry - 200g - 300 calories
Fish Fry - 100g - 240 calories
Fish curry - 200g - 460 calories
Egg burji masala - 150g - 258 calories


The Food safety and Quality Commission of India has tested 6,432 milk samples from 1,103 cities across the country.

Pawan Agarwal, chief executive officer of the commission, speaking on the results of the study!

When testing 6,432 milk samples across the country, he said the unwanted chemicals and pesticides mixed with cows fodder and provided to cow. In addition, he added that it is high in fats and sugars. Considering all this, 38 percent of processed milk is non-standard.

As such, there is a deadline for milk to be produced according to the rules. He said that if the inferior milk is produced in violation of the norm, strict action will be taken.

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