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Dr. Bimal Chhajer's Talk

We have been publishing monthly magazine of Saaol for more than past twenty years – initially as “Heart Talk” and then as Saaol Times (and Saaol Samachar in Hindi). We stopped it a few years back during Corona Epidemic. This new news Bulletin will be maned a “Saaol News Bulletin” and will be published every month from May 2023. Every month we shall launch it on 15th day. This will be send to you and our subscribers by email, Whats app and other digital tools. Please feel free to pass it to your near and dear one’s if you like it.

Saaol, your own organization was started in 1995 with a vision of treating heart disease without surgical procedures - by removing the causes of heart disease by lifestyle, diet changes along with medical therapy. We can call it a conservative therapy without any alteration of the natural structure of the body. It worked well and for huge number of our patients. We basically could spread ourselves because of the word of mouth. We have now grown to 110 centers in 22 states of India and 4 centers abroad. We have now successfully treated about 5 lacs heart patients successfully. Saaol now offers four kinds of treatments – Lifestyle changes, Medical management, Natural Bypass (ECP) and Saaol Detox Therapy. Plus we offer Ayurvda and Homeopathic medicines to heart patients as an additional treatment. Saaol is also manufacturing all allopathic heart related medicines of a very high quality for its patients. Since there are no middle men or advertisement expenses these medicines are almost half the market cost. SAAOL also has two more NGOs – Saaol Heart and Research Foundation Trust (SHARFT) and Punyya Heart Foundation. The aim of these organizations are to get Heart care knowledge to people in general or masses.

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Food chapter

Breakfast | Chana Dosa and Chutney with Mix Juice


  • Soaked chana dal
  • Grated ginger
  • Finely cut green chilies
  • Dhaniya (coriander) powder
  • Salt for taste
  • Lal mirch (red chili) powder


  1. Blend soaked chana dal into a paste, adding ginger, green chilies, coriander powder, red chili powder, and salt.
  2. Pour the chana dosa paste onto a non-stick pan, similar to dosa or pancake batter, and cook both sides evenly.
  3. chutney
  4. Ingredients
    • Spinach
    • Pomegranate
    • Green apple
    • Beetroot
    • Amla (Indian gooseberry)
  5. Juice spinach, pomegranate, green apple, beetroot, and amla.
  6. Strain the mixture to separate juice from solids.

Lunch | Chawal, Mix Dal, Roti, Bhindi with Mix Veg Raita


  • Urad dal (black gram split)
  • Chana dal (chickpeas split)
  • Arhar (yellow split pigeon peas)
  • Chilka moong (green gram split)
  • Dhuli moong (green gram with skin)
  • Jeera (cumin seeds)
  • Haldi (turmeric) powder
  • Dhaniya (coriander) powder
  • Lal mirch (red chili) powder
  • Salt for taste
  • Uncooked tomatoes


  1. Pressure cook mixed dals with jeera, haldi powder, dhaniya powder, red chili powder, salt, and uncooked tomatoes.
  2. Whistle twice to cook mix dal.
  3. Bhindi:
  4. Ingredients
    • Bhindi (ladyfingers)
    • Jeera (cumin seeds)
    • Garam masala
    • Haldi (turmeric) powder
    • Dhaniya (coriander) powder
    • Lal mirch (red chili) powder
    • Salt for taste
  5. Sauté jeera, add water, bhindi, garam masala, haldi powder, dhaniya powder, red chili powder, and salt.
  6. Cover and cook for 5 minutes.
  7. Mix Veg Raita:
  8. Ingredients
    • Dahi (yogurt)
    • Grated carrot and cucumber
    • Kala namak (black salt)
  9. Whisk dahi and add grated carrot and cucumber with kala namak.

Dinner | Palak Stuffed Roti


  • Finely chopped palak (spinach)
  • Finely chopped onions
  • Salt for taste
  • Dhaniya (coriander) powder
  • Lal mirch (red chili) powder
  • Jeera (cumin seeds)
  • Atta (wheat flour dough)
  • Dahi (yogurt) or ketchup


  1. Mix palak, onions, salt, coriander powder, red chili powder, and cumin seeds.
  2. Create a thick flat roti from atta dough and stuff with the mixture.
  3. Cook the stuffed roti on a non-stick pan.
  4. Serve with dahi or ketchup.

Improve Heart Health with the Power of Protein

In the world of nutritional science, protein emerges as an essential macronutrient, orchestrating a symphony of functions critical to our physiological well-being. Beyond its renowned role in tissue repair and muscular development, protein wields a host of remarkable abilities, with its influence extending significantly to the realm of cardiovascular health. Delve into the intricate tapestry of protein’s attributes, properly explaining it profound impact on improving heart wellness.

The Resourcefulness of Protein for Nourishment

In the complex way our inner body works, protein plays a major role, influencing a range of functions. We often recognize it for its role in healing tissues and supporting our immune system, but its impact goes even deeper, especially in our heart's intricate machinery. Beyond the basics, protein becomes a crucial part of heart health when we include protein-rich foods like lean meats, legumes, and nuts. This choice brings about a host of advantages that make a significant impact on our cardiovascular well-being.

Protein to Increase Heart Muscles and Function

  • At the very core of our cardiovascular system resides the heart's strong muscles, conducting the rhythmic beats that drive life's energy. Protein's importance goes beyond just nourishment – consuming protein actually helps strengthen and maintain these heart muscles. This strength plays a crucial role in preventing heart issues, especially heart failure, where weakened muscles result in reduced pumping power.
  • Arranging the Perfect Balance of Hemodynamics The serious concern of high blood pressure casts a shadow on heart health. In this context, protein becomes a strong supporter by helping blood vessels expand, improving the flow of blood, and creating a favorable environment for smooth circulation. A well-balanced diet, with plenty of protein, plays a vital role in maintaining healthy blood pressure levels, reducing the pressure on the heart.

Supporting Lipid Management The complex pathways of heart health are closely intertwined with the levels of fats in our blood, which affect the health of our arteries. When cholesterol levels rise, it signals the potential development of atherosclerosis, a condition that hinders smooth blood flow. Here, protein steps in as a key player, skillfully navigating this intricate landscape. It works to lower harmful LDL cholesterol levels while simultaneously safeguarding or increasing the beneficial HDL cholesterol. This balanced harmony creates an environment that consistently nurtures our heart's well-being. Heart Health with SAAOL Heart Center The wonderful goal of SAAOL Heart Center aligns with the core ideas that support the active role of protein in heart health. Guided by the visionary leadership of Dr. Bimal Chhajer, an expert in non-invasive cardiac care in India, the center promotes a complete approach to heart well-being. Their dedication to natural bypass therapy and non-invasive heart treatment beautifully connects with the nutritional strength of protein in nurturing heart health.

Improve Cardiovascular Resilience

As we reach the conclusion, the power of protein goes beyond its usual roles, unfolding as a crucial element in strengthening heart health. Its benefits extend to heart muscles, maintaining balanced blood flow, and managing cholesterol levels, all working together to create a shield against heart issues. As we move towards a healthier heart, including protein-rich foods becomes essential. Alongside establishments like SAAOL Heart Center, we are ready to step into a future filled with heart wellness, backed by the nutritional strength of protein.


Blockages in three arteries had me at a crossroads, until SAAOL Heart Center's EECP and BCA treatments turned my life around. Since October 16, my RCA, LCx, and LAD blockages have cleared, granting me a renewed lease on life. A booster dose during treatment brought exceptional well-being, stabilizing my blood pressure at an impressive 120/80 mmHg. Today, I walk 2-4 kilometers daily, embracing the vitality of a healthy heart. My heartfelt gratitude to the SAAOL Heart Center for this transformation.

Dayanand Singh

Location: Ghazipur, Varanasi