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  • World Vegetarian Day: Classic Meat Dishes get a Vegetarian Makeover

    World Vegetarian Day: Classic Meat Dishes get a Vegetarian Makeover

    Till a few years ago, if you flipped through the vegetarian section of a food menu, you were bound to be disappointed. It lacked creativity, spunk and imagination. Your options were restricted to a sorry range of greasy junk food, the Indian curry or Chindian takeaway and the idea of healthy and fin...

  • Include Olive Oil in Your Diet to Prevent Heart Failure: Study

    Include Olive Oil in Your Diet to Prevent Heart Failure: Study

    Drizzle it over your salad, use it as a dip for freshly-baked bread or cook with it - olive oil works like a dream every time. It's thick, consistent, silky and the core ingredient of the calorie-friendly Mediterranean diet. It's got many rivals on the market shelf but its distinct taste and string ...

  • The Menu at Barack Obama's Dinner for Narendra Modi

    The Menu at Barack Obama's Dinner for Narendra Modi

    Though it was expected that the menu at President Barack Obama's dinner would all be a vegetarian affair, the royal feast was a balanced mixed of food items. According to sources, the Indian side had expressed a desire not to include non-vegetarian dishes during the private dinner keeping in mind se...

  • Foods That Help Increase Muscle Tone

    Foods That Help Increase Muscle Tone

    As many experts have said before, good nutrition is of utmost importance for a healthy body. Health experts have for long stressed on the need to maintain healthy body weight. With the increasing obsession for a perfectly toned and chiseled body, many youngsters are hitting the gym like never before...

  • Wine Bacteria May Have Probiotic Benefits

    Wine Bacteria May Have Probiotic Benefits

    Wine has long been under the scanner of health experts and researchers to test it for prospective benefits to human health. Many recent studies have claimed how moderate consumption of wine, especially red wine can be beneficial for us. From fighting cavities, maintaining proper brain and heart heal...

  • World Heart Day 2014: How to Survive a Heart Attack

    World Heart Day 2014: How to Survive a Heart Attack

    Cardiovascular disease was once considered an old-age ailment but has now become a common lifestyle concern. Statistics show that the rate of heart diseases in India is double that of the national averages of western countries. ?While a person's genetic disposition and family history remain as ...

  • How Exercise Can Keep Depression at Bay

    How Exercise Can Keep Depression at Bay

    What can you do when you're feeling low or down in the dumps? How do you shake off that gnawing depression without having to consider therapy or some form of medication? According to a new research that was published in the journal 'Cell', one way to snap out of stress-induced depression is by exerc...

  • 25,000 Crores Worth of Food Lying Wasted

    25,000 Crores Worth of Food Lying Wasted

    The story of 25,000 crores worth of food lying unused across the ports of India is one waiting to be told. We got in touch with people from the food industry to understand the current scenario regarding packaging and labeling of imported food products.Over 200 tonnes of chocolates, olives, alcoholic...

  • Turmeric May Help Treat Brain Disorders

    Turmeric May Help Treat Brain Disorders

    You would have never known that your spice cabinet secretly holds the best remedies for some of the most common ailments. Spices can not only turn around a boring meal but they can also heal your body naturally. A latest study throws the spotlight on one such spice that is commonly use in almost eve...

  • Long Working Hours May Trigger Diabetes

    Long Working Hours May Trigger Diabetes

    Long working hours have recently been on the radar of health experts and researchers. Previously, it has been linked to increased smoking and coronary heart disease. (More: Long Working Hours Linked to Increased Smoking)A new study conducted by a team at University College London has found that long...

  • Daily Intake of Fruits and Vegetables Can Improve Your Mental Health

    Daily Intake of Fruits and Vegetables Can Improve Your Mental Health

    Health experts and nutritionists have always stressed on the importance fruits and vegetables in our diet. They replenish our body with essential vitamins and minerals, aid in building resistance and strengthen immunity. According to recent study conducted by the University of Warwick's Medical Scho...

  • The Key to Lower Risk of Heart Attack in Men

    The Key to Lower Risk of Heart Attack in Men

    Experts will tell you that healthy living is more of a necessity rather than a choice. Amidst our busy lives we conveniently ignore our health which has made chronic ailments like diabetes, obesity and heart disease common lifestyle problems.A latest study published in the Journal of American Colleg...

  • People Drink More Alcohol When They Exercise, Says Study

    People Drink More Alcohol When They Exercise, Says Study

    It seems that hitting the bar after a day of heavy exercise is the new trend. At least according to researchers from Northwestern University who found that on days when people exercise more - typically Thursdays to Sundays - they also drink more alcohol. The study was published in Health Psychology...

  • Iron Deficiency in Pregnant Women Linked to Autism in Kids, Study

    Iron Deficiency in Pregnant Women Linked to Autism in Kids, Study

    This may come as a huge surprise to many pregnant women, but low iron intake can put your child at risk. A latest study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology is the first to examine the relationship between iron deficiency and having a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It reveal...

  • How to Keep Your Brain Sharp as You Age

    How to Keep Your Brain Sharp as You Age

    Old age comes with its own set of inevitable problems and one of them happens to be the rate at which the brain functions. Certain parts of the brain, especially the area of the frontal lobe (prefrontal cortex) and the hippocampus start to shrink. Both these areas are key to learning, memory and oth...

  • Junk Food Scandal: Fast Food Giants Respond

    Junk Food Scandal: Fast Food Giants Respond

    Just a few days ago we had published an opinion piece by a food consultant who revealed what goes on behind the scenes in the fast food industry, where quality takes a beating and cheaper ingredients that can seek for a good price is all that matters. (More: The Shocking Secrets about the Junk Food ...

  • World Alzheimer's Day: Risk Factors & Prevention

    World Alzheimer's Day: Risk Factors & Prevention

    Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia. The cause and progress of the disease have not been understood well yet. There is no available cure for the disease and it worsens over time. But certain treatments can help in slowing down the progression of the disease. It is a terminal illn...

  • Regular Exercise Can Help Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy

    Regular Exercise Can Help Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy

    Regular exercise can not only help you with fitness and weight management but it can also help in reducing the risk of certain chronic ailments like heart disease and diabetes. Recently, a team of American researchers have found another benefit of exercising regularly.According to a study conducted ...

  • 10 Best Wraps & Rolls Recipes

    10 Best Wraps & Rolls Recipes

    Wraps and rolls make for the easiest on-the go grub. These quick meals are so versatile that different cultures have enthusiastically experimented with them and created their very own versions.The history of wraps and rolls is rather obscure but it was probably the need of something quick and easy t...

  • 10 Best Chinese Chicken Recipes

    10 Best Chinese Chicken Recipes

    An old Chinese proverb says - "To the ruler, people are heaven; to the people, food is heaven"Chinese food isn't just sweet, light and understated. It's also bold, bright and aromatic. Salt and pepper squid, a basket of steaming hot dimsums and mind-numbing chilli chicken are some of the most loved ...

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