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Super Nutritious Baby Food – “How to make Jaulo” जाउलो – Virtual Nepali

May 25, 2016 virtualnepali Nepali Healthy Meals, Nepali Recipes 0

Today, I am going to show you how to make “homemade baby food,” also called “Jaulo” in its native Nepali language.  I am preparing this meal for my two-years old.

In comparison to processed baby foods from stores, homemade baby foods are very nutritious and fresh.  Due to its high nutritional value, “Jaulo” is good for adults of any age and is also served to hospital patients in Nepal.

I have been preparing this delicious meal since my child turned eight months old.

Here are my ingredients.  Again, adjust per your taste or dish size.

  1. Mix of four lentils and a white rice.
  2. First one is Split Yellow Pigeon Peas (रहर दाल)
  3. Second, Split Yellow Mung Beans (पहेलो मुङ्ग दाल)
  4. Third, Split Green Mung Beans (हरियो मुङ्ग दाल)
  5. Lastly, Split Red Lentils (रातो मुसुरो दाल)
  6. I have used Jasmine rice (सेतो ज्यास्मीन चामल), but you can substitute it with other fast cooking white rice.
  7. This mix of rice and lentils are about 1 whole cup (200 grams).
  8. After rinsing both rice and lentils, let them soak in 2 cups of warm water for about 3 to 4 hours.

Here are the vegetables:

  1. Broccoli (हरियो काउली) – 3 oz
  2. Garlic – (लसुन) – 3 cloves, crushed
  3. Ginger (अदुवा) – 1 small piece, crushed
  4. Carrot (गाजर) – 3 oz, shredded
  5. Green Sweet Peas (हरियो केराउ) – 1 oz
  6. Spinach (हरियो साग) – 2 oz
  7. Baby Bella Mushroom (च्याउ) – 3 oz, chopped
  8. Potato (आलु) – 1 medium sized, chopped

Here are the spices:

  1. 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 ml) Cumin Seeds (जिरा)
  2. 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 ml) Fenugreek Seeds (मेथी)
  3. 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 ml) Turmeric Powder (बेसार)
  4. 1 tablespoon mix of Cumin and Coriander Powder (जिरा र धनियाको धुलो )
  5. Salt, according to your taste or 1/2 teaspoon (नून)
  6. 1 tablespoon Butter (नौनी)
  7. Lastly, 1 tablespoon Olive Oil (जैतूनको तेल)

How to properly reheat baby food “Jaulo” from the freeze (Eng subtitle):

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Medical assistance in Nepal -

Medical assistance in Nepal is of interest to all tourists who plan to go trekking in Nepal. After all, in emergency situations, even a healthy person may urgently need the help of a doctor.

Nepal is one of the least economically developed countries. The annual per capita income is only $220, so almost half of the population lives below the poverty line. The government of this country allocates about 1.5% of GDP for the health care of the population. This is much less than the cost of military needs. Today in Nepal there are few hospitals, there are not enough medical staff. There is not a single higher medical educational institution in the country. Doctors are trained in India. There are 25,000 patients per Nepalese doctor, while a doctor in Germany serves only 335 patients. Most often Nepalese suffer from endemic goiter caused by iodine deficiency, diseases of the upper respiratory tract, polio, typhoid, amoebic dysentery and tuberculosis. Thanks to the use of special medical programs, the incidence of malaria and smallpox, observed in the Terai region, has recently decreased. nine0003

Foreign travelers are very little affected by local health issues. Firstly, tourists do not stay in Nepal for a long time. Secondly, they are vaccinated against many local diseases. Thirdly, they are accustomed to observe the rules of hygiene.

Recommended vaccinations for trekking in Nepal

No vaccination certificate is required to visit Nepal. However, doctors have compiled a long list of recommended immunizations. You must consult your doctor. He will recommend choosing the necessary vaccinations, focusing on the season and the duration of your stay in the country. For example, when planning a long stay in Terai during the monsoon period, you should take care of complete anti-infective protection. And you can completely do without vaccinations if trekking takes place in the Kathmandu Valley during the dry season for one to two weeks. In other words, vaccinations are not required if you decide to do the Annapurna Base Camp Trek or the Explore Nepal Trek. nine0003

Dangerous infections to be vaccinated in the first place:

  • tetanus and diphtheria;
  • poliomyelitis - for adults who received such vaccinations in childhood;
  • hepatitis A - administration of gamma globulin, two or more injections, depending on the planned length of stay in Nepal;
  • typhoid - recommended for tourists planning long trekking with accommodation in Nepalese villages;
  • meningococcal infection - recommended for all trekkers; nine0020
  • Japanese encephalitis is a mandatory vaccination for tourists planning to travel to the southern regions of Nepal for a long period.

With any vaccination, it should be remembered that immunity does not occur earlier than 2-4 weeks after vaccination.

Serious outbreaks of malaria have not been observed in Nepal for a long time. However, if you plan to stay in the tropical part of the country for a long time and do not want to need medical assistance in Nepal, take care of protection against malaria! There is no vaccination against this disease, but chemoprophylaxis is carried out. Two weeks before departure, you should start taking special medications. Malaria is carried by mosquitoes. In this regard, with the onset of twilight, put on clothing that hides the body. In addition, use mosquito repellent ointments, repellents, special smoldering spirals.

Prevention of infectious diseases while trekking in Nepal

As in most tropical countries, gastrointestinal diseases such as diarrhea and dysentery are common in Nepal. The infection is transmitted through water or food contaminated with disease-causing microbes. nine0003

Diarrhea is a digestive disorder caused by the appearance of a new E. coli in the body of a tourist, unfamiliar to him. To get rid of this disease, you should follow a diet. We recommend eating boiled rice, bananas, crackers, low-fat soup and plenty of fluids. Diarrhea usually resolves within five days and does not require major medical treatment.

Dysentery is accompanied by other symptoms: abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, high fever, weakness. The cause of this disease is the penetration of pathogenic microorganisms into the body. Namely, such as amoeba, intestinal giardia, self-reproducing viruses. Severe dehydration of the body with dysentery can lead to serious complications. In this case, it is recommended to contact Nepalese doctors who have extensive experience in treating such diseases. nine0003

Contaminated water and street food are the main causes of illness while trekking in Nepal

All water in Nepal is highly contaminated with pathogens. When making long tours in Nepal, such as Annapurna Trekking or Everest Base Camp Trekking, every precaution should be taken. It is contaminated water that leads to the fact that trekkers need medical attention in Nepal. It is strictly forbidden to drink water not only from the tap in the hotel, but also from crystal-clear springs in the mountains. We recommend using treated or bottled water for drinking and brushing your teeth. On a track where there is no bottled water, boil the water for at least 10 minutes. It is also quite dangerous to drink Nepalese beer, unboiled milk and freshly squeezed juices. nine0003

Be very careful about what you eat as soon as you arrive in Kathmandu, otherwise you will get sick during the hike! Don't buy street food! Despite the ugliness of some Nepalese cafes, food processing rules are more followed there. Refrain from eating fresh herbs! The greatest number of microbes is found on the surface of lettuce and other leafy vegetables. Fruits can be eaten only those that are peeled. The Indian antiseptic "Himalaya" can be of great benefit. This inexpensive remedy after application to the hands instantly kills 99% bacteria. Buy it in Nepalese haberdashery stores or pharmacies!

Prevention of altitude sickness and sunburn

Altitude sickness, or hypoxia, is a serious threat to tourists trekking in Nepal at high altitude. In the past, due to hypoxia, 2% of the total number of trekkers who visited the Everest region died. The main cause of this disease is the lack of oxygen in the air. Already at an altitude of more than 2500 m, the air is very rarefied. At this point, trekkers may experience a severe headache, weakness, loss of appetite, and poor sleep. Ignoring the initial symptoms and continuing to climb can quickly lead to cerebral edema and other serious complications. Moreover, age, physical condition, gender and previous high-altitude experience do not matter. Anyone can become a victim of altitude sickness. In order to go on a trekking tour in Nepal and avoid hypoxia, it is necessary to correctly plan the trip with the required number of days for acclimatization and a uniform climb. nine0003

Sunburn is a real danger for trekkers in Nepal. The proximity to the equator explains the great solar intensity in this country. Moreover, with a climb, ultraviolet radiation increases significantly due to a decrease in the atmospheric layer. In addition, snow and ice reflect 75% of the sun's rays, creating almost double the dose of radiation. In this regard, a prerequisite for trekking in Nepal is the use of sunscreen with high UV protection. Lips are severely affected by solar radiation. Don't forget to apply hygienic lipstick on them! nine0003

On the snow-covered slopes of the Nepalese peaks, even on a cloudy day, the retina suffers greatly. To prevent snow blindness, wear good dark glass glasses with UV protection. Typically, climbing goggles have a degree of UV protection from I to IV. The higher the height, the higher the protection value should be. To make the glasses fit snugly to your face, tie them with laces, which are sold in stores in Kathmandu.

Where can I get medical help in Nepal? nine0013

In many cities and district centers of Nepal, there are government and private clinics where you can get medical care. Doctors working in Kathmandu, Patan and Pokhara have a fairly high level of qualification. Treatment in all clinics is paid. Moreover, the cost of medical services for foreigners is always much higher than the cost of such services for Nepalese. In Nepalese villages, there are often no health posts, and in working hospitals, medical staff can provide only minimal assistance. In the tourist regions of Annapurna and Solukhumbu, there is a network of medical stations run by the Himalayan Rescue Association. These stations are equipped with the necessary modern equipment to help trekkers with symptoms of altitude sickness. During the spring and summer season, volunteer doctors work in Perich, Machermo and Manang. They go around all the lodges on the track, give medical advice, help with medicines. nine0003

The network of pharmacies in Nepal is relatively well developed. Pharmacies in large cities have a fairly large range of drugs. While in remote areas of the country it is not always possible to buy the right medicine.

Trekking in Nepal is distinguished by many different routes. Many of them are of long duration and pass through mountain shelters and sparsely populated villages where there are no first-aid posts and doctors. In such cases, medical care in Nepal becomes the work of the tourists themselves. In this regard, when planning a trip to Nepal, take a first aid kit with the necessary medicines and learn how to use them! nine0003

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