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10 productive ways to celebrate the World Veterinary Day 2018

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The World Veterinary Day has been in the full glare of publicity over the recent years in honour of Veterinarians, from across the globe. Whether you are a poultry person or a pet owner, there’s one thing common for all, and that’s the incredible work carried out by the veterinarians. Although it may not sound loud like that of how we celebrate some infamous observations, it has widespread support from animal and bird lovers, owners of livestock farms and aquaculture farms. If you are one of them and still wondering how to celebrate the World Veterinary Day 2018, here are 10 productive ways you can do it.

1. Help to spread the thought:

If you are active on social media, you will come across many campaigns organized by animal welfare centers or NGOs. Your participation in such campaigns may help in spreading the thought and might attract your circle of friends in participating as well. It allows you to use the promotional hashtags driven to run such campaigns by which it accounts in gaining public interests.

2. Be Expressive:

Share your story on social media or in your friend circle about how the veterinarian took care of your pet when you have lost hopes. Be expressive with every little measure taken by him from controlling your patience level to healing your pet.

3. Offer Gratitude:

A vet is one who understands the health issues of the pet, animal or bird even where they are unable to express it in words. It’s the day to offer gratitude to your vet by sending them gifts, bouquet or an email telling her/him how much you appreciate what they do to keep the animals in your life healthy.

4. Pay a visit to your veterinarian:

It’s needless that you have to pay a visit to your veterinarian only when you need to visit for health check-ups of your pet or at the time of vaccinations. A casual visit to your veterinarian on such a special day enhances the mutual bond as well as the relationship between the pet and the vet. On the other hand, a surprise visit with a gift might make your vet’s day a special one as well.

5. Shoutout on Social Media:

If paying a casual visit to your veterinarian is a hassle for you, express your gratitude on social media channels and be loud. Shoot a video by sharing your story, publish it on youtube and share it on your timeline by tagging your vet. Not only you will make your vet’s day, you will help him in enhancing his network as well.

6. Connect to a veterinarian:

If you are a new pet owner, an amateur in livestock farming or owning a start-up aquaculture farm, the World Veterinary Day is the best time for you to connect to a veterinarian.

7. Learn more about vaccinations:

Feeling homesick? Stay back at home and research about vaccinations. It will help you to keep an update on the same. On the other hand, learn the benefits of keeping your pets’ vaccinations current alongside DIY remedies for your pets’ when your vet is not around.

8. Aid the needy:

Over the years, the government has initiated many private NGOs for the welfare of the animals and birds. Get connected with such NGOs and be a team player in aiding the needy animals living in your society.

9. Assist the rural farmers by referring a veterinarian you know:

A large part of the rural population needs people like you to refer good vets for their poultry farms, aquaculture farms or livestock farms.

10. Know about the best feed:

The World Veterinary Day 2018 is all about sustainable development to improve livelihoods, food security, and safety of animals. The veterinary profession is responsible for the control and inspection of animal products at all stages “from farm to fork” to guarantee safe food to the world population. It is important for you to know about the best animal feed i.e. poultry feed, pet food, cattle feed or aqua feed.

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Protein will not make you fat!

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Myth: Excess protein just turns to fat

We find this myth the most amusing.  Even if you knew nothing about nutrition, you’d probably assume it was quite difficult to turn a piece of muscle tissue into the fat that sometimes surrounds it. Just look at a piece of marbled steak. Intuitively, you’d probably think it would be some kind of magic to turn the red tissue into the white tissue.

You’d be right. It isn’t necessarily magic, but it is a very long and metabolically costly process to turn protein into fat. Protein needs to be broken down into amino acids and absorbed. That process alone burns about five times as many calories as the process of breaking down carbohydrates to glucose. Once the amino acids are available, they can be used for growth and repair or converted to glucose. If they are to be converted, that requires some energy again. The body will turn protein to glucose when necessary, but it prefers not to. If the glucose isn’t needed, it can then be converted to fat.

You can’t turn protein directly into fat. At some wildly excessive point, you might be able to eat so much protein that it could become useless and get stored as fat. However, protein has such a potent effect on reducing appetite, you wouldn’t be able to eat that excessive level on a daily basis. You’d also expend a lot of energy as heat with the excessive protein intake.

Source: https://healthylivinghowto.com/5-myths-about-protein-intake/

 

Myth: Vegetable protein is just as good as animal protein

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Myth: Vegetable protein is just as good as animal protein

Just to be clear, we’re not opposed to getting some protein through plant sources. However, we would not rely only on plant-based protein sources, especially without using nutritional supplements.

A higher protein diet typically has 30% or more of its calories from protein. Put another way, protein intake is often 1 gram per pound lean mass to 1 gram per pound body weight, depending on one’s body composition. To achieve protein intakes that high without supplementation would be difficult with only plants, unless someone ate an enormous amount of soy. 

Aside from the difficulty in getting enough protein from plants alone, most are deficient in certain amino acids. It’s possible to combine them, but it takes some practice. Frankly, other than observational studies comparing one country’s food consumption against another’s, it’s hard to find a reason to recommend plant-based proteins over high-quality animal proteins.

For now, we just want to point out that the quality of proteins, and the amount per serving, in vegetable foods and animal foods is dramatically different. We recommend  all for eating plenty of vegetables and fruit each day, but it’s for the vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytonutrients, not for the protein they contain.

Source: https://healthylivinghowto.com/5-myths-about-protein-intake/

 

Are Boiled eggs more healthy than Omelette?

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Love eggs? Does it matter if it is boiled egg, fried egg or Omelette? Truth is it does matter. The love of eating eggs is part of our staple diet and may have a lasting good or bad effect depending on our eating pattern.

While we choose egg as a main source of our nutrients, it is even more important to choose how we consume eggs. Most popular egg consumption pattern in India is hard boiled eggs and omelettes. Let us check on the facts about eggs.  How many calories does an boiled egg and egg omelette have it? Are Boiled eggs more healthy than Omelette? Is there a difference in egg nutrition between Omelette and boiled eggs.

Without much of logic and analysis, between boiled eggs and omelette both of them are the same. The difference starts only by the cooking procedure. Nutrients of both type of eggs are almost same and does not change much depending on how it is used. But cooking methods makes a big impact on the fat, calorie and other nutrients.

Boiled eggs are straight forward and does not have added calories or fat from cheese or other ingredient while cooking. Hard boiled eggs are simply eggs boiled in water with its shells. So between the option given, Hard boiled eggs are a good choice from health perspective.

How Healthy Is Omelette

How healthy is Omelette depends on how we cook them. The health factors of omelette depends on the ingredients added while preparing the dish. If we just add veggies it adds the nutrition and makes it more healthier than plain boiled eggs. On contrary if we add it with more oil, cheese and unhealthy fat then your delicious omelette is your worst enemy for your body.

Macronutrients – Each large hard-boiled egg provides 78 calories, 6.3 grams of protein, 0.6 gram of carbohydrates and 5.3 grams of fat, including 1.6 grams of saturated fat. Fry that egg and you’ll increase the calories to 90 and the fat to 6.8 grams, including 2 grams of saturated fat, or 10 percent of the daily value for both fat and saturated fat.

Vitamins- Eat a large boiled egg and you’ll be getting 15 percent of the DV for riboflavin, 10 percent of the DV for vitamin B-12 and 11 percent of the DV for vitamin D. Fried eggs have a similar vitamin content, although the amounts are slightly less. Riboflavin helps produce red blood cells and turn carbohydrates into energy. You need vitamin B-12 for nervous system and brain function and vitamin D plays a role in immune function and calcium absorption.

Minerals- Fried eggs have a slightly higher mineral content than hard-boiled eggs. However, the only mineral they contain in significant amounts is phosphorus, with each large fried egg providing 10 percent of the DV. Hard-boiled eggs provide about 9 percent of the DV for this mineral. Phosphorus is essential for strong bones, producing DNA and kidney function.

Considerations- Oiled and fried eggs are similar in nutrition, with small differences due to the cooking method and the addition of oil to the fried egg. You can improve the nutrition of your eggs, regardless of your cooking method. While in healthy individuals moderate egg consumption doesn’t necessarily increase heart disease risk, it does appear to affect the risk for mortality more in people with diabetes.

Source: http://squapl.com/blog/boiled-eggs-or-omelette-which-is-healthy-to-eat-350

http://www.livestrong.com/article/544479-nutrition-of-boiled-eggs-vs-fried-eggs/

 

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Eat Chicken- It’s rich in Selenium, an anti-inflammatory !


March 11th, 2016

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Chicken is richest in selenium, a trace element that has been shown to fight cancer. Selenium is also thought to have a positive effect on the incidence of other degenerative diseases, including inflammatory diseases, cardiovascular disease, neurological diseases and infections. Selenium is an antioxidant and has positive affect on the activity of vitamins C and E in their ability to fight cancer-promoting free radicals. Chicken contains 24 micrograms of selenium per 3-ounce portion, or 44 percent of the selenium you need daily.

Here’s six different selenium deficiency symptoms and a simple and tasty way to avoid them, while potentially bringing more energy back into your day at the same time.

  • Hair Loss and Skin and Fingernail Discoloration– Hair loss that comes on relatively quickly and is evenly distributed may be a sign of selenium deficiency. Skin discoloration and particularly the fingernails, with heavy whitening of the fingernail beds often reported, are also signs of chronically low selenium intake.
  • Low Immunity- Selenium is needed for your body’s master antioxidant glutathione peroxidase. Without a good production of this substance, you are likely to have low defenses against colds and flu and other viral infections.
  • Constant Tiredness and Fatigue – Unusual lethargy, tiredness and a lack of energy over several days could all be symptoms and it would be worth getting tested for vitamin and mineral deficiencies by a knowledgeable health care professional if you are experiencing ongoing diminished energy.
  • Brain Fog and Difficulty Concentrating -Reduce mental function with poor ability to concentrate and recall information has been associated with a deficiency in selenium. Supplemental selenium has also been reported to help with anxiety, irritability, mental fatigue and even some cases of depression.
  • Reproductive Problems – Low selenium may be a factor in reoccurring miscarriages according to some studies. Lack of this trace mineral can also cause changes in menstruation for women. For men, a deficiency in selenium can harm sperm motility, therefore reducing male fertility.
  • Hypothyroidism – Chronic cases of selenium deficiency can lead to hypothyroidism. This is a serious health disorder where your thyroid doesn’t produce enough hormones and fatigue, depression and weight gain often result from this condition.

The health benefits of selenium are numerous and impact your overall well-being:

Acts as a an anti-inflammatory (many diseases are results of inflammation in the body)

  • Boosts your immune system by increasing the effectiveness of white blood cells, which are responsible for warding off infection and viruses.
  • Helps alleviate dandruff problems.
  • Regulates the thyroid by enabling the less active form of thyroid hormone to be converted into the active form that is used by your body.
  • Protects your heart by decreasing the risk of blood clotting, reducing your bad cholesterol levels and increasing your good cholesterol level.
  • Aids in sperm motility, thus enhancing male fertility.
  • Fights against free radical damage and cancer, as studies have shown that the amount of deaths due to cancer are less in those that have adequate levels of selenium.

Untreated selenium deficiency can result in diseases like Keshan’s disease (a cardiomyopathy) and male infertility. With long term deficiency, you make yourself more prone to developing Hashimoto’s disease, a condition in which your body’s own immune system attacks the thyroid. So, eat Chicken its great source of Selenium and full of essential nutrients that your body needs.

Source: www.livestrong.com and www.healthambition.com

 

Team IB wishes a very Happy Makar Sankranti & Pongal to all!


January 14th, 2016

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Let the vibrancy and color of this Festive Season brighten up your life.On this auspicious day we wish you all good fortune and happiness.

Makar Sankranti  – it marks the beginning of harvest season !

The term ‘Sankranti’ means movement and ‘Makara’ represents Capricorn. Thus, it defines the movement of sun into the zodiac sign of ‘Makara’. It is a solar event that marks the beginning of the spring season, which makes the day longer and symbolizes the end of winter solstice.

The day marks the auspicious phase of Hindu culture which is considered sacred to perform rituals. Many people considered the day to be the beginning of the month of Mah of the Hindu Solar calendar.

The festival is celebrated to mark the beginning of the harvest season. It is addressed by different names in various parts of the country:

People in Punjab perform this festival as Lohri by lighting up a bonfire.

Bihar and Jharkhand celebrate ‘Khichdi’ by offering sesame seeds and oil to the bonfire.

On Sankranti people in Haryana and Delhi newly wedded couples are greeted and blessed by elders in the family.

In Andhra Pradesh people feed animals to highlight the importance of sharing and caring.

‘Uttarayan’ is celebrated in Gujarat, where people fly kites on the terrace and playgrounds.

‘Pongal’ is celebrated in Tamil Nadu, where people cook rice and milk in a pot until they overflow.

‘Suggi’ is celebrated in Karnataka, where people make rangolis and enjoy kite flying.

‘Poush Sankranti’ is celebrated in West Bengal, where people perform Baharlaxmi puja.

The festival of ‘Makar Sankranti’ is also celebrated in other states like Rajasthan, Assam, Odisha, Maharashtra etc with great zeal and much celebrations.

 

Team IB wishes a very Happy New Year to all !


January 1st, 2016

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We wish you a year of inspiration and excellence.

May you be blessed with joy, success and good fortune.

Team IB wishes a very happy birthday to our Beloved leaders !!!


October 15th, 2015

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APJ and Raman Singh Birthday ADs (1)

A very Happy Birthday to a true legend and Inspiration for the world, our beloved leader Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and we extend our warm greetings to the great serving dynamic man, Dr.Raman Singh. We wish his compassion and wisdom will take Chhattisgarh to greater heights of growth & development.

 

Team IB wishes a very Happy Birthday to our Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi.


September 17th, 2015

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ABIS Dairy presents POLA Special- Puran Poli Recipe with ABIS Ghee!


September 12th, 2015

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Puran Poli Post (1)ABIS GHEE Puran Poli Recipe –

INGREDIENTS-

  • Split Bengal gram (chana dal)   1 1/4 cups
  • Jaggery (gur) grated                      1 1/2 cups
  • Saffron (kesar)                                a pinch
  • Green cardamom powder          1/4 teaspoon
  • Nutmeg powder                              a pinch
    FOR THE DOUGH
  • Refined flour (maida)                   1 1/2 cups
  • Salt                                                      a pinch
  • Pure ABIS Ghee                                1/2 cup

    Method

    Step 1

    Wash and boil chana dal. Drain and coarsely grind it. In a pan add the dal, grated jaggery, saffron, cardamom powder and nutmeg powder and mix well.

    Step 2

    Cook, stirring all the time till dry. It should resemble a soft ball. Remove and cool. Divide the stuffing into sixteen to twenty equal portions and roll into balls.

    Step 3

    Mix maida and salt. Add three tablespoons of ghee and sufficient water to make a soft dough. Cover with a damp cloth and keep aside for one hour.

    Step 4

    Divide dough into sixteen to twenty equal portions and roll into balls. Flatten each ball in your palm, stuff with one portion of  puran (stuffing), cover and seal the edges.

    Step 5

    Dust it with flour and roll out into four to five inches diameter disk of medium thickness. Heat a tawa and cook puran poli until done on both sides

    Step 6

    Remove. Serve hot with  pure ABIS Ghee on it and with ABIS cold milk.

     

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