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Home Remedies For Backache

Backache is the most common problem and here are few home remedies to cure it

Stressful life, travelling, workouts or aging — all these lead to one most common health problem i.e. backache. It is one health issue which makes us restless and if not taken care of results in making our routine terrible. Here are a few home remedies to get rid of that backache:

1. Mix camphor in coconut oil and boil it for 5 minutes. Cool it and store it in a bottle.Massage it twice in a week before going to sleep to get rid of backache.

2. In a bucket of lukewarm or slightly hot water, add few drops of eucalyptus oil. Taking a bath with this water will help you get rid of backache as well as body pain. Not just that, it makes you feel stress-free.

3. While you're spending some time watching TV, put a hot-water bag on back supported by a cushion. The heat based treatment will help you recover backache.

4. Massage your back with mustard oil an hour prior to going for a shower. Make sure you take a hot water shower.

5. In a warm glass of milk, add a pinch of turmeric and few drops of honey. Make it a habit to have this regularly to get rid of backache, body pain as well as cough and cold too.

6. Add ginger while brewing your tea, it will help you lower the chances of backache.

7. Using a herbal oil for massaging your back also ensures a quick recovery.

8. Take a tube sock and fill it with rice.(make sure to tie off end of the sock). Heat in microwave for 3-5 minutes, then just lay it wherever you have the pain. It works wonders for lower back pain.

Celeb Moms Raveena, Karishma and Malaika Share Health Diet Tips For Kids

Raveena Tandon


Importance of a healthy diet

When I started working in movies, I never went on a crash diet or put myself through stress because my mother had inculcated good eating habits in me since I was a child. That’s why you’ve never heard stories about me fainting on the set of a film. I’ve done the same for my kids. Rasha and Ranbir (daughter and son) don’t touch aerated drinks. I’ve told them it’s unhealthy and they are okay with it. They know they can have it but only occasionally.

Create awareness

Once in a while, if I have an aerated drink, Rasha scolds me saying it’s unhealthy. She also fears that my teeth will turn black.

Yummy nutritional food

I am always concerned about the nutrition my kids are getting. So I make food which is tasty and nutritious. Generally, I serve them one interesting dish with two boring dishes. But I keep oily, fried stuff and everything that is made of maida, away from them.

Personal favourites

My kids love Chinese and Indian food. Palak paneer and butter naan are their favourite foods. They enjoy Indian food at Urban Tadka in Andheri, Mumbai. For Chinese food, it alternates.

Raveena’s easy-to-implement tips for moms

Let fruit and vegetables reign in your house. Keep them washed, peeled, cut and available in plain sight such as the front of the fridge, on kitchen countertops, on the dining table, etc. Keep chips and pretzels out of sight. Better still, limit the buying of too many processed snacks.
Do not solely rely on sneaking vegetables into every dish. While this may seem like a good tactic, if used regularly, it will backfire. Your kids will think of vegetables as something so awful they that need to be camouflaged. Instead, offer vegetables in various textures, colours and forms – cooked and uncooked, with and without dips. Try raw sweet bell peppers and other crunchy veggies at first.

Breakfast is brain power. Few examples of a good breakfast include: yoghurt, fruit and nuts, milk and banana slices, eggs and whole grain toast, oatmeal with cinnamon and fruit. Yum!

Karisma Kapoor


Making food interesting
It’s important to make food interesting for children. So I’m always doing that for my daughter Samaira and son Kiaan. I cut vegetables in different kinds of shapes. Just recently, I did that with broccoli and carrots. My kids love to eat vegetables when they are cut like that because they look interesting.

Healthy habits

I’ve encouraged healthy eating habits in my children right from the beginning. But I don’t deprive them of anything. So I generally treat them to junk food over the weekend. But I make sure they don’t over-indulge. Also, I keep them away from artificial flavours, coloured food and aerated drinks.

Story sessions

My kids are not fussy but I definitely like them to eat healthy and be disciplined. So to make them eat uninteresting khana, I tell them stories while they are eating. At times, I even use a sweet treat like a cupcake or a donut as a reward if Samaira accomplishes something at school.

Dishes they love

Though I cook a lot of interesting things for them, my kids love the dal chaawal and bhindi I make. However, they hate it when I make baingan and karela. I always get the looks when I cook it. Besides home-cooked Indian food, Samaira loves Chinese and Italian, just like me. I guess good taste runs in the family.

Karisma’s food fundas for kids

Children need to eat every three to four hours. Three meals, two snacks and lots of fluids. If you plan these, your child’s diet will be much more balanced and he or she’ll be less cranky because they won't be famished.
If your kids won’t eat vegetables, experiment with dips. They always help.
The more creative the meal is, the greater the variety of food they can choose from. I often use cookie cutters to turn toast into hearts and stars, which they love.

Malaika Arora Khan


Good eating habits

It’s important to develop good eating habits early on in life because they stay with you when you grow up. If you grow up with bad eating habits, you generally end up gorging on junk food, which is unhealthy. I have tried to inculcate good eating habits in my son Arhan as much as I can.

Favourite cuisine

Arhan’s favourite cuisine is South Indian and Italian. He can eat any South Indian dish and any kind of pasta. But he likes it best when I cook for him. So I try making something for him every day. There’s always a special sauce with a dish. I even try and add new ingredients to the food so that it becomes tastier.

Always innovating

Kids generally like doosron ke ghar ka khana. It’s natural. So if he has liked a particular dish at his friend’s house, I get the recipe and make it.

Restaurants Arhan loves

Arhan’s favourite restaurants are Salt Water CafĂ©, Copper Chimney and Spaghetti Kitchen in Bandra, Mumbai. I also like visiting these restaurants with Arhan because they are hygienic.

Malaika’s healthy eating practices every mother should follow

Maintain regular meal times and discourage your kids from random snacking.
Serve meals only at the dining table and make sure he/she doesn’t eat alone or while watching television.
Always offer your child a range of healthy foods to choose from.
Be aware of what your children eat outside.
Discourage your children from buying unhygienic food from street stalls.
Teach them to discriminate between places that are safe to buy food from and those that aren’t.

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