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  1. marie
    July 13, 2009

    hey can i have your online account??
    i am a student here in the philippines..i am currently under a study on making a guord bread..i think you can help me regarding with my studies.. thanks for the infomation you pposted here..

    • Sanjana Shenoy
      Sanjana – Dietitian
      July 14, 2009

      You can contact me on Skype.

  2. Sameera
    October 31, 2009

    Is bitter gourd juice also good for weight loss ? someone suggested it mixed with cucumber juice to reduce bitterness .

    • Sanjana Shenoy
      Sanjana – Dietitian
      November 10, 2009

      Yes it may dilute the taste….

  3. TANIII
    November 18, 2009

    I EAT STEAMED BITTER GUARD DAILY EMPTY STOMACH WILL THIS HELP IN REDUCING MY WAIST SIZE…..

    • Sanjana Shenoy
      Sanjana – Dietitian
      November 18, 2009

      Tanii,

      I love the idea of steaming. You are getting the most out of it. Club this along with a low calorie diet and regular exercise.

  4. T.S.SUNDARAM
    November 21, 2009

    I am a regular user of Bitter guard. Pretty old in age I have no sugar problem so far.In spite of the bitter taste, I like and enjoy eating Bitter guard as much as I can . It is a regular routine for me. How do I take it.? Here is the recipe:-

    Bitter guard, after washing well is cut into circular pieces, 4 rings in 2 cms length, soak them for quite some time in medium thick Tamarind water, which contains turmeric powder, salt to taste and a small quantity of Asafoetida powder.In a frying pan with little oil heated, add dry chilly and mustard seeds. After the splutter of Mustard, transfer the cut bitter guard pieces and Tamarind water entirely into the frying pan and allow them to cook for quite some time till it becomes soft and the tamarind water evaporates away. Your Bitter guard rings are ready. If the seeds are very tender let it remain . Otherwise discard the seeds. Not a difficult dish to prepare.And the bitter taste will not come in your way.

  5. Oats
    April 10, 2010

    Dear Sanjana,

    I landed accidentallly on your blog but found the contennts brilliant & very informative. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

    Here’s my first question: I have read at multiple places about health benefits of Oats. I try to eat atleast 100 grams of Oats a day with milk. Can you please confirm that this much is ok or am I overdoing it?

    • Sanjana Shenoy
      Sanjana – Dietitian
      May 6, 2010

      Hi Vikas,

      Oats is good for health but you are overdoing it. Take not more than 25 grams of oats per day…

  6. chophelkama
    March 14, 2011

    i am bp patient normally having 140/120 and taking regular medicines but now a days i feel a kgs of weight on my head and neck and feel uneasy to stand my head right up. is it because of my bp

  7. Jennifer Dsilva
    July 20, 2011

    Hi Sanjana,

    You look so cute with your smiling face. Your topics on how to maintain good health is great. The fruits, vegetables and cereals mentioned if taken in the right manner will carry oneself in good health and we will always feel young in body and at heart. Keep up your good advice many will benefit from it if they follow the instruction properly. I have come across people who say that if beetroot is taken on a daily basis will end up in getting a cold. Is this true? because I have not felt it that way all I was told by my mum that all vegetable are good if taken properly. Continue your good advice. I will pray for you to do the right thing always and help the common man. God bless you.

  8. Sanjoy
    July 30, 2011

    I am 32 years, i am suffering from gas and faty liver problem. My friend avdice me to take regular raw turmeric in the morning. will it work for my problem.

  9. maria
    April 27, 2012

    dear sanjana
    i am 27 year old n my weight is 63kg i m married i have three babies i dont have time to exercise i cant diet plz suggest me some tips for reducing weght

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