Diet in C-Suite – keep fit a short Series

Diet in C-Suite - keep fit a short Series

Dhananjay Parkhe

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Diet in C-Suite – keep fit a short Series

Diet in C-Suite –

The Stress on the professionals who make it to the C Suite is very high.  
Many of us tend to avoid Medical check ups, dread when the Company sends us to mandatory Annual health checks and the TMT and other tests.
I have noticed that most of us if we are benefitted by the prescriptions and recipes of the Doctors – we don’t tend to share the Doctor’s name as Referral but tend to offer the medicine itself if we find similar symptoms in others. It is said, that Humans can not find new weaknesses in others – they can only see the reflection/ magnification of their own into others ( Author : Me – make this go viral please 🙂  ). 
So what I decided to offer is some common cures to the Stress and other weaknesses I found and the simple, non-toxic, herbal medicines I used over the years to keep fit.  Now if you call a 120Kg guy with near 40+ BMI – you may doubt me but I worked  and overworked between 14-16 hours daily in my past 25 years of work life (of course, I include the travelling hours as work as determined by one of the Supreme Courts in some country) which makes me an authority to write on the subject. 
This will be a short series of articles focused on what a typical Executive in C Suite undergoes and what they can do from my experiences. 

I recommend Use of Cloves: Just One or two a day. I usually have them with my Morning and evening Cuppa Tea. 

They are tiny, yet cloves are giants when it comes to nutrition and natural health.
I first realised this about 12 years ago when I was having a root canal done. I noticed that whenever I drank the clove oil  my mouth would stop smarting. 
Here are six great uses for cloves, culled from an Ayurvedic tradition:
1. Temporarily treat a toothache.  2. Relieve upper respiratory infections.  3. Reduce inflammation. 4. Treat scrapes and bruises. 5. Improve digestion6. Enhance sexual health 

Other Names:

Bourgeon Floral de Clou de Girofle, Bouton Floral de Clou de Girofle, Caryophylli Flos, Caryophyllum, Caryophyllus aromaticus, Clavo de Olor, Clous de Girolfe, Clove Flower, Clove Flowerbud, Clove Leaf, Clove Oil, Clove Stem, Cloves, Cloves Bud,.

Culinary uses

Safety profile

Consumption of dishes prepared with large quantity of clove can cause gastrointestinal irritation, central nervous system disorders. Recipes prepared with this spice should be avoided in individuals with stomach ulcers, ulcerative colitis, and diverticulitis conditions. Eating cloves is also avoided during pregnancy. Medical disclaimer
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My Tea is a decoction and apart from a Tea Mix (bags) I try which include
either TajMahal or Darjeeling Tea with Red or Yellow Label Tea I also include in it Two Cloves ++ What is the ++ please read in the two forthcoming articles of this short series.
I have found this decoction useful for me. I am no scientist so usual amateur’s disclaimers apply such as each one has a unique taste, digestion system etc. etc. – so it is not a universal solution I suggest. This is my experience and it has been working for me. Try at your own risk and stop if it is not working for you.
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