It’s another day at the office. Sue, a 58 year old postmenopausal female patient wants to know why she has mental fog and a thickening waist. Her skin is breaking out, hot flashes awaken her every night at 3 am leaving her tired and depressed for the day. “I never thought getting old was […]
About Rose Kumar M.D.
Dr. Kumar is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine. She graduated from Albert Einstein School of Medicine in New York City, completed an internship at UC San Francisco, and a residency at Stanford University in Internal Medicine.
Entries by Rose Kumar M.D.
Print Garbanzo Bean Curry Course Main Course Cuisine Indian Servings 4 Author Rose Kumar M.D. Ingredients 1 cup dry garbanzo beans or 3 cans cooked 1 can chopped stewed tomatoes or 2 med tomatoes roughly chopped 1 large onion, finely chopped 3 cloves garlic, chopped and rested for 10 min 3/4 tsp turmeric powder […]
Cilantro as an herb and coriander as the whole or ground seed of the cilantro plant have many medicinal qualities. The powder is used as a spice in Indian curries and as a garnish in most Indian dishes. Mexican food also uses cilantro liberally in salsa and guacamole, and many Mexican dishes. The leaves taste […]
We can all agree that Medicine is not what is used to be. Public opinion has replaced scientific evidence, and in the current medical system, even science is not given the regard that is expected. If it was, the traditional health care system would pay attention to the scientific evidence accumulated over decades, about […]
Print Rajma A wonderful, timeless, kidney bean dish. Course Side Dish Cuisine Indian Prep Time 8 hours Cook Time 20 minutes Total Time 8 hours 20 minutes Servings 4 Author Rose Kumar M.D. Ingredients 1 cup dry kidney beans washed and soaked overnight in 4 cups water 4 cup water 1 med red onion […]
Plant protein is a powerful source of nutrition. Plant protein helps our body repair breaks in DNA caused by carcinogens on a daily basis (animal protein inhibits this repair process). Avocados are a great source of plant protein as well as lower cholesterol, increase HDL, lower LDL and reduce blood triglycerides. Avocados have been shown […]
Print Guacamole with Pecans and Candied Ginger This is my very favorite guacamole recipe, power packed with mustard seeds, pecans and candied ginger! Servings 4 servings Author Rose Kumar M.D. Ingredients 2 ripe avocadoes, cubed 1/3 cup chopped, roasted pecans 1/4 cup crystallized ginger, chopped finely 1 tsp mustard seeds 1 tsp cumin seeds 1 […]
Many women suffer with thyroid imbalances that go unrecognized by the traditional medical system; leaving them tired and overweight with a significant decrease in mental clarity. The patients I see with thyroid disorders are currently asking for more detailed information about this hormonal condition, and I thought it would be beneficial for me to update […]
Fermented foods are foods where bacteria feed on the sugar and starch in the food through a process of lacto-fermentation creating lactic acid and making food more digestible and its nutrients easier to absorb. These foods have been eaten for centuries throughout the world. Foods such as sauerkraut in Germany and kimchi in Korea are […]
Print Kanji Use this as a tasty side dish or add some to your salad. You can drink a 1/2 cup daily as a refreshing fermented, probiotic drink. Prep Time 15 minutes Total Time 15 minutes Servings 12 Ingredients 1 T black mustard seeds 4-5 carrots, julienned or cut into strips 1 large beet, julienned […]