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    Does anyone know of desi(gharelu) substitutes for multivitamins?

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  • #2
    Applying the rule of cause n effect, you have to tell why were you suggested multivitamins at first. Desi totkas kick in for the symptoms.
    My degree of sarcasm is directly related with your level of stupidity.
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    • #3

      That semolina dish with butter , nuts etc


      • redvelvet
        redvelvet commented
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        Panjeeri is typically given to women post-delivery.

    • #4
      LP, go full blown Vegetarian. That includes fruits as well. Lot of it.

      Mashallah you are educated. you can pick which vitamins you need and which veges offer it
      We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star." -- Stephen Hawking


      • #5
        Originally posted by LP View Post
        Does anyone know of desi(gharelu) substitutes for multivitamins?
        The two most important vitamins one needs on a daily basis are Vitamin C and Vitamin E, because they build/rebuild the connective tissue in the body

        Like SID_NY said best source of Vitamin C and E is fruits and Veggies=

        Here are the top foods that are high in vitamin C.
        • Broccoli. ...
        • Brussels Sprouts. ...
        • Lemons. ...
        • Lychees. ...
        • American Persimmons. ...
        • Papayas (Pawpaws) ...
        • Strawberries. ...
        • Oranges. One medium-sized orange provides 70 mg of vitamin C, which is 78% of the DV (55).

        Foods High in Vitamin E
        • Wheat Germ Oil ? 135% DV per serving. ...(instead of Oil take the wheat Germ)
        • Sunflower Seeds ? 66% DV per serving. ...
        • Almonds ? 48% DV per serving. ...
        • Hazelnut Oil ? 43% DV per serving. ...
        • Mamey Sapote ? 39% DV per serving. ...
        • Sunflower Oil ? 37% DV per serving. ...
        • Almond Oil ? 36% DV per serving. ...
        • Hazelnuts ? 28% DV per serving.
        • Salmon 14% DV per serving

        Also stay away from Processed Foods!
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        • #6
          May I suggest some Phakki ?

          “Every son of Adam sins, and the best of those who sin are those who repent.” Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 2499; classed as hasan by al-Albaani.


          • redvelvet
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            Good grief. Name aside, shakal se hi it looks shady.

            Please no phakki-shakki, LP.