Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Good tips to Lower your Cholesterol Naturally.

3  Good tips to Lower your Cholesterol Naturally.
The best way to avoid heart attack is by working hard to lower your LDL cholesterol. Getting your cholesterol level below 100mg/dl is very ok but striving to keep it below 80mg/dl is the best.
Below are 3 tips you can apply to get your LDL cholesterol level to the best normal range.
(1)   Foods full of saturated fats, trans fats, and dietary cholesterol should be limited.
Examples of these foods are baked foods, fried foods, fatty beef, lamb, pork, chicken with skin, whole milk, cream, cheese and ice cream.

(2)   Eat fiber rich foods like OATS, Beans, Barley, yams, peas, potatoes fruits and Vegetables. Foods with soluble fibers has been proven to knock down Cholesterol.
(3)   Choose protein rich- plant foods like Beans, Oat, Seeds and Nuts over MEAT.
Nuts and seed have been proven to moderately lower LDL cholesterol levels. To avoid blood – pressure raising salt, choose raw or dry-roasted, unsalted varieties.
Also to avoid gaining weight, please go with 1 ounce daily since nuts and seeds are dense with calories.

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Sunday, 21 August 2016

How Tshally Oat Meal helps to prevent and manage Diabetes

Whether you've been diagnosed with type I or type II diabetes, chances are you're facing the same challenges: how to manage your blood glucose levels and reduce your weight. Fortunately, there are a number of easy, effective ways to manage both, and they don't require a lot of expense, time or energy. It all starts at the breakfast table.
Blood Glucose and Hyperglycemia
The challenge for most diabetics is how to manage their blood glucose levels. The normal range of blood sugar is 70 to 110 mg/dl. While glucose levels can fluctuate throughout the day, blood sugar levels that remain over 110 to 130 mg/dl can mean that you are pre-diabetic--a dangerous disease that affects the kidneys, heart, eyes and many other organs. Newly diagnosed diabetics learn that one of the most important ways to manage blood glucose is by eating complex carbohydrates--carbohydrates that break down slowly in the bloodstream, preventing blood glucose levels from spiking.

The Glycemic Index

One of the easiest ways to manage your blood glucose is to eat foods that rate low on the glycemic index. The glycemic index (GI) is a rating system that is assigned to all carbohydrates and defines how quickly they cause blood glucose levels to spike. Spiking glucose levels can cause a number of complications in diabetes like dizziness, nausea, muscle tremors and lack of consciousness. Using the glycemic index, diabetics can choose foods that keep their blood glucose levels stable and avoid serious complications. 

Foods rated lower than 54 on the GI are considered low. Foods rated between 55 and 70 are medium-GI foods. Foods rated over 70 are high GI foods. The goal is to eat low-GI foods, or combine high-GI foods with low-GI foods or fat and protein to limit blood glucose spiking. Traditional oats (Oat meal from steel cut oats) rate low at 51, so you can eat as much of them as you want.

Added Benefits

 Oats are also high in soluble fiber. That means that not only do they digest slowly, keeping blood sugar levels low, they also help to prevent certain types of colon cancer. Oats also help to lower low-density lipoproteins by grabbing onto them and excreting them from the body before they have an opportunity to accumulate on the inside of the coronary arteries, which can lead to a heart attack…. Livestrong
With our TSHALLY OAT MEAL (which has low GI) combined with a good vegetable or egusi or bitter leave soup, you can now enjoy your swallow foods and at the same time prevent and manage your diabetes. The issue of Cholesterol will also be defeated with constant consumption of TSHALLY OAT MEAL.
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Sunday, 31 July 2016


Lets talk a little about heart disease.
Men and women may experience different types of symptoms for heart disease, and the severity of the symptoms vary. Therefore, it is very important that people are aware of the symptoms of heart disease and learn how they can help prevent it. The severity of symptoms in men and women vary and it is therefore very important that people are aware of these symptoms as this will help us to learn how to prevent it
 Signs to Look out for
In some cases, people may not experience any symptoms at all before suffering heart attack. Some will experience mild and infrequent chest pain to signal them to a problem. The severity of Coronary heart disease symptoms varies from person to another. While some people experience mild infrequent chest pain, some experience severe chest pains. These symptoms usually make every day activities difficult for people that experiences them.
We have two major warning signs of heart diseases. They are shortness of breath and chest pain(angina). In some cases, people with heart disease may experience difficulties breathing while at rest or performing physical tasks. Chest pain which is called Angina includes pain, squeezing or burning in the chest and feeling of heaviness in the heart. The burning sensation sometimes travel into neck, left arm or jaw. Most times doctors and physician’s mistakes Angina for indigestion in women and this causes it to be dictated late in some cases. It is advised especially for women, whenever you feel these symptoms and you are told that it is indigestion. Please don’t hesitate to go for further heart checkups if the symptoms persist after the treatment for indigestion.
Warning Signs may also include
  • Cold Sweats
  • Nausea and dizziness that cannot be explained by other causes
  • Light-headedness
  • Swelling of the ankles or legs
  •  Fluttering, rapid heartbeats
  • Feeling fatigued for an extended period of time
Risk Factors
The important step to take is to know the risk factors. This will help you to take steps to address the ones that can be changed. There are two major risk factors for heart disease. They are controllable and uncontrollable risk factors. Uncontrollable risk factors, just like the name sounds cannot be changed but there is a way you can reduce the chances of developing heart disease. Let’s talk a little bit of these Controllable and Uncontrollable hearts disease risk factors and ways we can reduce the chances of developing full blown heart diseases.

Uncontrollable Risk Factors
We have three major Uncontrollable risk factors. they are:
  • Aging. Nine out of 10 people that died from coronary heart diseases are over 65 years of age. The coronary heart diseases factor increase as you age.
  • Gender. Once a woman has gone through menopause, the risk of heart disease increases. Generally, Men have a greater risk of heart disease than women. They develop it earlier in life when compared with their female folks.
  • Heredity. If several members of your family have had heart disease, there is a high possibility of you developing heart disease.
Controllable Risk Factors
Changes in Life style can help you to reduce the chances of developing heart disease even if you have Uncontrollable risk factors. That is where the Controllable risk factors comes in.
Below are ways to control and reduce the chances of developing heart disease:
  • Limit alcohol use; Too much of alcohol consumption can cause a spike in your blood pressure thereby putting you at the risk of developing high blood pressure which is one of the risk factor that causes heart disease.
  • Stop Smoking. Dropping your smoking habit will reduce the chance of developing heart disease.
  • Keep a healthy weight. Too much of weight can add more pressure to your heart.
  • Ensure that you eat healthy foods that are low in saturated fats and sodium and high in fiber.
  • Have your blood pressure checked two times daily. You can do this by yourself by using digital blood pressure checker. You can procure this equipment online or any pharmacy shop around you.
  • Regular Exercise. Exercising at least 4 times in a week will help out in controlling the risk factors. Getting up to 30minutes in each exercise routine is very important. Please consult your doctor on the exercise routine that is best for you.
  • If you are diabetic, please strive to keep it under control with proper medications, diet and exercise.
  • Always get medical checkup as that will help to know the situation of things at every point in time.
  • Get your Cholesterol level checked at least once in a year. High level of LDL (bad Cholesterol) is very dangerous to heart and can lead to heart disease.
  • Inculcate TSHALLY OAT MEAL into your meal plan. Tshally oat Meal is a swallow food that is very heart friendly. It is the most nutritious swallow food when compared with wheat, Poundo, Amala, Akpu and Eba because of its high FIBER content. It is a swallow food specifically design to help diabetic, hypertensive and heart disease patients. Tshally Oat Meal is also good for any one that wants to eat and live healthy as constant use of this product will see you preventing the chances of developing heart disease.
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Thursday, 5 May 2016

Oatmeal Benefits Blood Pressure

Eating a diet high in fiber and whole grains helps your body maintain a healthy blood pressure. Oatmeal satisfies both of those dietary requirements. According to the USDA National Nutrient Database, 100 grams of fortified oats has 10 grams of fiber, as well as 352 milligrams of calcium and 359 grams of potassium. In some studies, both calcium and potassium supplementation have effectively lowered blood pressure numbers.
Eating oatmeal can reduce both your systolic and diastolic pressure. A blood pressure reading yields two numbers, such as 120/80. The first number is your systolic pressure, the second number is your diastolic pressure. In a study reported in the April 2002 issue of "The Journal of Family Practice," researchers noted that eating oatmeal can reduce systolic pressure by as much as 7.5 points and diastolic pressure by 5.5 points. Adding oat cereals to your daily diet can reduce your risk of developing high blood pressure and help treat it if you already have the condition, according to the research
Tshally Foods Limited have developed an Oat meal which will give you more fibers as the product is whole oat grain which is processed with 100% oat with no additives.The product was designed with people that love eating healthy in mind.Seen that Nigerians love swallow foods.We believe that this product will go a long way to make Nigerians eats and lives healthy.
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The Benefits of Oat

It is no more secret that Nigerians love swallow foods. Swallow foods in Nigeria ranges from Eba, Fufu, Amala, Pounded yam, Semovita and corn flour. Nigeria with a population of 140million (2006 Census) depends mainly on swallow foods. Our people love swallow to the point that they are unable to regulate the amount of starch intake. All efforts by health and dieticians to get our people to reduce the rate at which they consume these foods seem not to be yielding results.
With constant consuming of these swallows, there are always deposits of starch that even though small, a cumulative effect is a major health concern. High cumulative of these can and lead to DIABETES. From W.H.O report, statistics shows that 60% of death arising from non-communicable diseases in Nigeria now is caused by chronic disease such as DIABETES and HEART FAILURE. Patience with DIABETES suffers disabilities like amputation of limbs, impotence, kidney failures and still births.
There is also problem of High Cholesterol among Nigerians. High Cholesterol (Bad Cholesterol(LDL) also leads to deadly disease like high blood pressure and heart failure .Most of the foods which we eat that is supposed to help to keep our Cholesterol in check are not doing that.
Health Reform foundation of Nigeria (2015) stated that diabetes tops the list of cause of deaths arising from non-communicable diseases. For some that are so lucky by not developing diabetes, they tend to gain so much weight.
In a way to solve these issue enumerated here, Health professionals and Dieticians introduced wheat which is very good for diabetes patients. Wheat has more fiber when compared with our regular Nigeria swallows. Wheat also has a beter glucan than our normal swallows.
However wheat still lacks nutrients which will help to regulate our blood sugar level. Further studies have shown that there is another product which is far better than wheat. This is where our new product comes in.
There is a saying that you cannot eat your cake and have it, but with our new product TSHALLY OAT MEAL. We in TSHALLY FOOD LIMITED are saying that you can enjoy your swallow as you want, and still live a very healthy. Our slogan here is EATING HEALTHY.
TSHALLY OAT MEAL is a product that is certified by NAFDAC with registration number 08-3697L. It is produced and processed under a stringent hygienic environment. THE PRODUCT IS 100% WHOLE OAT GRAIN with NO ADDITIVES. The product was designed to help alleviate health challenges enumerated in this article.
Below are the benefits of TSHALLY OAT MEAL and how it can help us to eat and leave healthy.
TSHALLY OAT MEAL is a significant source of dietary fiber. This fiber contains a mixture of about half soluble and half insoluble fibers. One component of the soluble fiber found in TSHALLY OATMEAL is beta-glucans, a soluble fiber which has proven effective in lowering blood cholesterol.
Eating TSHALLY OAT MEAL can spread the rise in blood sugar over a longer time period. Control of blood glucose and insulin levels is essential in preventing many of the complications associated with diabetes. TSHALLY OAT MEAL beta-glucan slows the rise in blood glucose levels following a meal and delays its decline to pre-meal levels.

TSHALLY OAT MEAL, like other grains and vegetables, contain hundreds of phytochemicals (plant chemicals). Many phytochemicals are thought to reduce a person's risk of getting cancer. Phytoestrogen compounds, called lignans, in oats have been linked to decreased risk of hormone-related diseases such as breast cancer.
A daily serving of whole oats rich in soluble fiber can reduce hypertension, or high blood pressure, and so reduce the need for anti-hypertensive medication
TSHALLY OAT MEAL has high fiber content. Fiber is necessary in keeping bowel movements regular. Oats are high in both soluble and insoluble fiber. Insoluble fiber does not dissolve in water. It is spongy and absorbs many times its own weight of liquid. It makes stools heavier and speeds their passage through the gut, relieving constipation.
As the soluble fiber of TSHALLY OAT MEAL is digested, it forms a gel, which causes the viscosity of the contents of the stomach and small intestine to be increased. The gel delays stomach emptying, making you feel full longer which helps with weight loss.
TSHALLY OAT MEAL has a higher concentration of well-balanced protein than other cereals. TSHALLY OATMEAL contains phytochemicals (plant chemicals) which have been associated with protection from chronic disease such as cancer. They contain a good balance of essential fatty acids, which have been linked with longevity and general good health, and also have one of the best amino acid profiles of any grain.
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Distributors for Tshally oat meal flour wanted nationwide

A new food processing company with its office at ikorodu is looking for an independent distributors for their product.The product is TSHALLY OAT MEAL.It is a swallow food which can be enjoyed with any soup of your choice.The product is nafdac certified and registered.It is the latest buzz in food industry.The first set of distributors will enjoy the market as they can secure exclusive rights for the product.

To become the distributor,these are the requirements.
1. Purchase of minimum of 20 cartons of TSHALLY OAT MEAL which amounts to. -N-150,150
2.A copy of registered business name with corporate affairs commission.
3.The location of your business.i.e your address.

For those that don't have up to the required amount.kindly contact us as we can put you into a group and still register you.The only difference is that you might not have exclusive rights of the product.

You can market the product through shopping malls,super markets,Hospitals,Eatries,Restaurants,Big Hotels and flour distributors.

The product is specifically meant for people that are health conscious.It is also good for diabetic and hypertensive patients.

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Oatmeal helps Reduce Insulin Dosages

Oatmeal Helps Reduce Insulin Dosages
Nutrition is an essential part of diabetes treatment and control and can help reduce the need for treatment with medications and insulin. According to a 2008 study published in the journal "Clinical Endocrinology and Diabetes," diabetic patients who maintained a diabetes diet in a hospital setting were able to control their blood glucose levels at approximately 158 mg/dl. Adding oatmeal to their diet further decreased their average blood glucose levels to approximately 118 mg/dl. The researched further reported that this nutritional approach to diabetes resulted in almost a 40 percent reduction in the insulin dosage necessary to achieve these controlled blood glucose levels .......
Tshally oat meal is designed to help diabetic patients. It is processed from whole grain oat with no additive. It is also good for hypertensive patients.
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