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  • Unbelievable Goodies in Camel's Milk

    Unbelievable Goodies in Camel's Milk

    When someone first mentioned camel milk to me, I thought they were joking. I asked myself, "Why would anyone want to consume a drink from an animal that lives in a parched dessert." This was much before I woke up to the fact that it is now being considered as the newest health tonic. Ages ago, bedou...

  • Syringes Found in Indian Athletes' 2014 Commonwealth Games Rooms, No Evidence of Doping: Report

    Syringes Found in Indian Athletes' 2014 Commonwealth Games Rooms, No Evidence of Doping: Report

    Injections were found in rooms occupied by some of the Indian athletes during Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.? India's chef de mission Raj Singh says they were for vitamin doses and that the contingent was given a clean chit after a hearing.

  • Amle ka Achaar (Gooseberry Relish)

    Amle ka Achaar (Gooseberry Relish)

    A sweet and sour pickle made with gooseberries. Gooseberries are a great source of Vitamin C.

  • Can You Suggest Some Vitamin C Rich Foods That I Can Include in My Diet?

    Bell peppers, citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables and berries, all of them are rich in Vitamin C. Lime juice and Indian gooseberries are also great sources of Vitamin C.

  • 'Super Banana' Could Save Millions of People

    'Super Banana' Could Save Millions of People

    A super-enriched banana genetically engineered to improve the lives of millions of people in Africa will soon have its first human trial, which will test its effect on vitamin A levels, Australian researchers said Monday. The project plans to have the special banana varieties - enriched with alpha a...

  • 'Super' Banana to Face First Human Trial

    A super-enriched banana genetically engineered to improve the lives of millions of people in Africa will soon have its first human trial, which will test its effect on vitamin A levels.

  • Food for Your Ears - Prevent Hearing Loss

    Food for Your Ears - Prevent Hearing Loss

    There are many recommended ways to prevent loss of hearing. Protect your ears from hazardous noise exposure, keep your ears clean and all infections at bay. However, following a balanced diet can also go a long way to help prevent loss of hearing. What you eat can have a big impact on how well you h...

  • Vitamin D deficiency may lead to prostate cancer: study

    Vitamin D deficiency may lead to prostate cancer: study

    A vitamin D deficiency has now been linked to aggressive prostate cancer. "Vitamin D deficiency could be a biomarker of advanced prostate tumour progression in large segments of the general population," said Adam B. Murphy, Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine.More research is neede...

  • Vitamin D Deficiency May Lead To Prostate Cancer: Study

    Vitamin D Deficiency May Lead To Prostate Cancer: Study

    Get under the morning sun sooner rather than later as vitamin D deficiency has now been linked to aggressive prostate cancer, an alarming study indicated.

  • Mother's low vitamin D linked to toddler's risk of cavities

    Mother's low vitamin D linked to toddler's risk of cavities

    Women's low vitamin D levels during pregnancy are linked to a higher risk of cavities in the teeth of their toddlers, according to a new study done in Canada.Previous studies have shown that vitamin D deficiency among mothers can lead to defects in the enamel of their toddlers' teeth - which have al...

  • Vitamin supplements or natural foods, what works better?

    Vitamin supplements or natural foods, what works better?

    Natural foods provide the best nutrition to the human body and there is no evidence to prove that vitamin supplements can better a person's health, medical experts have claimed. "All kinds of natural food if taken in moderation are good for health. It is better to have natural foods than tablets sup...

  • Vitamin D rich diet can help fight breast cancer

    Vitamin D rich diet can help fight breast cancer

    Breast cancer patients with high levels of vitamin D in their blood are twice as likely to survive the disease as women with low levels of this nutrient, scientists have found. In previous studies, Cedric F Garland, professor in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of C...

  • Vitamin E, beta-carotene no help for heart disease, cancer

    Vitamin E, beta-carotene no help for heart disease, cancer

    In yet another blow to the $28 billion vitamin industry, a US task force on Monday urged against taking Vitamin E and beta-carotene to ward off heart disease or cancer.The latest guidelines from the US Preventive Services Task Force update the 2003 edition by adding Vitamin E to beta-carotene, a sup...

  • A diet rich in Vitamin A essential during pregnancy

    A diet rich in Vitamin A essential during pregnancy

    In a significant breakthrough, the short-term deficit of vitamin A while the lungs are being formed in the baby during pregnancy has been linked to asthma later in life. A team of Columbia University researchers has found the first direct evidence of a link between prenatal vitamin A deficiency and ...

  • Vitamin C can help fight cancer, says study

    Vitamin C can help fight cancer, says study

    High doses of Vitamin C can help boost the ability of the chemotherapy process to kill cancer cells, says a new research. According to US scientists from University of Kansas, if Vitamic C is given by injection then it could be a potentially safe, effective and low-cost treatment for ovarian and oth...

  • 4 foods that kill bad breath

    4 foods that kill bad breath

    Have bad breath? You can stop embarrassing yourself by staying hydrated, eating vitamin C rich food items and drinking tea. Nutritionist and weight management expert Amrapali Patil shares tips on how to keep your breath fresh:* Water: Just swish and swirl some water in the mouth like gargling (but s...

  • Dietary supplements for kids exceed vitamin doses: Study

    Dietary supplements for kids exceed vitamin doses: Study

    Take stock if your kid is on vitamin supplements as he/she may be consuming a greater amount than recommended. According to a new study, a child's body may lack the ability to handle excess amounts of certain vitamins.For the research, scientists reviewed the labels of nearly 200 dietary supplements...

  • Should you pop vitamin D pills regularly?

    Should you pop vitamin D pills regularly?

    Vitamin D supplements have no significant effect on preventing heart attack, stroke, cancer or bone fractures, according to a review of scientific evidence published Friday.Researchers led by Mark Bolland of the University of Auckland in New Zealand looked at 40 high-quality trials to see if supplem...

  • Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell blames therapist for failing drug test

    Jamaican sprinter Asafa Powell blames therapist for failing drug test

    The 31-year-old Jamaican sprint star said he received "four injections," including vitamin B12, from Christopher Xuereb, who Powell had been working with for two months.

  • Kundru ki Sabzi

    Kundru ki Sabzi

    Kundru is a green vegetable also called tendli, tindora or ivy gourd. It is a great source of soluble fiber and is also rich in Vitamin A and C.

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