My Doc M Health Hamper

This hamper is ideal for anyone looking for a complete meal with a glycemic index of 100 or below. Glycemic index is the measure of how high the sugar peaks after a meal is consumed. The hamper consists of red rice and harsil Rajma, to help you meet your daily protein requirements. Almonds provide all the essential good fats to the body. Hibiscus tea helps calm the mind and body and helps increase concentration. Lakadong turmeric, a powerful antioxidant, helps increase immunity. This wholesome package provides all the necessary micro and macronutrients required for longevity and wellbeing.

GI or Glycemic Index of a food is the rise in blood sugar that is seen after consuming it. It is an important marker of how our blood sugar will respond to the meal. Having high GI foods for a prolonged period of time can predispose one to Diabetes and all other associated co-morbidities. It is also associated with dependant behaviour patterns wherein after consuming a high GI meal, the urge to consume more and more persists. This is why after having one chocolate, you feel like eating more. This overall creates a negative impact on health as well as eating behaviours which can get difficult to manage. To live longer and better, it is important we consume meals and foods with low GI, like this health package. The meal as a whole will have a GI of below 100 per serve, as compared to traditional Indian diets which have a GI of anywhere between 300-500.

Munsyari Rajma

Munsyari Rajma comes from the lap of Milam Glacier in Uttarakhand and is commonly cultivated at high altitudes of 7800 feet. This variety of Rajma is white in colour, deliciously buttery in taste, and a great source of is rich in molybdenum, iron, copper, folate, manganese, potassium and Vitamin K1. Of these, iron aids in several important functions of the body, while Vitamin K1 is important for blood coagulation.

Naurangi Dal

Naurangi or Nine-coloured dal is a traditional staple food of Uttarakhand. Loaded with protein, dietary fibre and many important minerals like manganese, phosphorus, potassium, iron and copper – not to mention folates and the B-vitamins. Include it in your regular diet to promote regular digestive health and improve metabolism for energy!

Red Rice

Grown with traditional methods, the flavor of this rice is rich and complex, just as you’d expect from the topography of where they come from. Red rice happens to be one of the healthiest varieties known to man because of its high count of essential fiber, minerals, ingredients that help protect cells against oxidative damage (antioxidants) and B1 vitamins that keep your nervous system healthy! This red rice makes delicious milk “kheer” and “jeera” flavored rice due to its taste, look and texture!

Mamra Almonds

Our Mamra Almonds are brought to you directly from farms of Kashmir. The almonds are hand-plucked from a single tree and are specially selected for their superior taste, outstanding power-packed wholesome nutrition and highest oil content amongst all almonds. Mamra Almonds are a wealthy source of minerals, proteins and vitamins. It avoids coronary artery disease and strokes by favouring a strong blood lipid profile.

Wild Green Tea with Hibiscus

As breath-taking bits of bright red in a sea of green, these wild hibiscus flowers bring beauty and vibrant color to nature’s precious landscapes. Our wild trees aren’t your typical tea bushes – they are keepers of history and have aged like fine wine. The distinctive tang and aroma of the Hibiscus will energize you’re being while the Wild Green Tea leaves unfold their antioxidants into your cup.

Lakadong Turmeric

Also known as “Indian Saffron,” it’s no surprise that turmeric has been around for thousands of years since antiquity. From its medicinal uses spanning throughout generations to its importance in several religious ceremonies in South-East Asia, the significance of turmeric transcends far beyond that of simply being a spice or medicinal herb. What makes our Lakadong Turmeric even more remarkable is the fact that its curcumin content is as high as 8.3% (Certified by SGS, India), making its quality a cut above the rest.

This basket is curated in collaboration with Dr Marcus Ranney:

From sick care to longevity, Dr. Marcus Ranney's career over the past two decades have led him from the patient's bedside to a wider stage as he now creates global impact via systemic change by championing wellbeing.
After practicing clinical medicine in London, in 2010, he made the transition to Mumbai where he has worked within the Healthcare and Life-sciences industry as a Strategic advisor and Investor with a range of MNC and national bellwether firms. Augmenting his contributions towards planetary health, the Covid-19 pandemic brought Marcus back to the front-lines, first as a medical volunteer and then via his not-for-profit social initiave MedsForMore. He has authored a best selling book, ‘At The Human Edge’, is a regular keynote speaker, hosts a popular digital talk show and regularly contributes as a public health commentator. Marcus has been a World Economic Forum’s Global Shaper and a Senior Fellow to the Atlantic Council.
A champion of wellbeing, Marcus is a big believer of leveraging the power of digital biomarkers to hack the human operating system primed for longevity; allowing us to reach our fullest potential - health, brain and body - via his latest investor backed venture, HumanEdge.
Marcus is a keen athlete and long distance marathon runner, he holds a Guinness World Record for backwards running(!) and thoroughly enjoys being a father to his two young children. 
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