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7 healthy habits to adopt

Ishi Khosla/ Prevention Get social We tell you of ways to eat to stay fit and healthy. Watch your carbs All this while it was fat, now it's carbohydrates that have earned a bad reputation among weight-watchers. Not all carbs ... InToday, 6 days ago
Salads: An evergreen recipe to stay healthy Indian Express, 1 month ago

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The right fasting foods

Ishi Khosla Get social Navratras' the nine-day fasting period, rooted in the Hindu religion, offers some great opportunities to re-focus on your diet and take corrective measures. However, if made into a feast it can be more damaging ...
 InToday2 weeks ago These navratras, switch to healthier diet of pseudo grains  Indian Express2 weeks ago
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Diet for kids appearing in exam

Ishi Khosla/ Prevention Get social As a parent, you need to understand that there could be a change in the nutritional need of your child during exams, simply because physical activity takes a beating during this period. If your ...
 InToday2 weeks ago
New Delhi Pioneer

For the love of food

n of love comes loaded with calories. Just watch what you eat and dismiss all your worries, says Ishi Khosla Soups, seeds, cheese and wine — the four make for great comfort foods in winter. While the first two are largely rated as healthy, the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Follow a FODMAP diet to ease digestion

Summary The low FODMAP diet is not a No FODMAP diet, as some FODMAPs are important for gut health. Digestive disturbances seem to be on the rise. The reasons are diverse but the most of these disorders turn out to be food related.
 Indian Express4 days ago

Japanese firm teams up with hospitals, practitioners to promote use of barley in India

Japan-based Hakubau Inc has teamed up with different hospitals and a vast number of medical practitioners in India to promote the use of barley, which can fight diabetes and lower cholesterol level as a food supplement. The company, which is ...
 PharmaBiz1 week ago
The Hindu

Consumed by the quest

We all know that eating healthy and minimising the intake of calorie-rich items guarantees a longer and better life. But when people become total health freaks, it can lead to an eating disorder called Orthorexia an unhealthy preoccupation with ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Krill a fish oil alternative

Summary They are an important family of healthy fats as they play a key role in several metabolic functions of our body. Omega-3 fatty acids have been found to be deficient in our diet, thanks to changing food habits and increased dependence ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

Internet can help youth achieve their dreams: Gopalakrishnan

Advising the country's youth to develop entrepreneurial skills, industry body CII's President Kris Gopalakrishnan said Internet and technology can help them realise their dreams. "Technology today has opened several avenues, something we did not ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
Femina

Femina Style Diva North: Day 2

The second day started with the Femina Style Diva North 2014 contestants taking lessons from chief mentor Achla Sachdev on ramp walking. Achla, who has choreographed fashion shows for many ace designers, accessed the participants individually and ...
 Femina1 month ago
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