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Foods that fight cholesterol
Times of India

Foods that fight cholesterol

Take to healthy foods that fight cholesterol and keep the heart healthy, urges dietician Ishi Khosla Oats: Dietary fibre plays an important role in maintaining our health and protecting us against many diseases like diabetes, heart disease. Oats, ... Times of India, 4 days ago

Eat a banana to help blood pressure

"Bananas help restore normal bowel activity, rich in non digestible fibres, help with constipation and diarrhoea and normalise the colon's function to absorb large amounts of water for regular bowel movements. Bananas have long been recognised for ...
 Fresh Plaza1 month ago
Huffington Post Canada

We May All Be Vitamin D Deficient, Because Science Messed Up

We need far more vitamin D than previously thought, according to two teams of researchers from Canada and the U.S. The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for vitamin D is ten times lower than what we actually need, say two teams of researchers ...
 Huffington Post Canada1 week ago

Pulses and Beans - A Tasty Alternative to meat?

A recent visit to India opened my eyes to the fact that in the UK we rely heavily on meat as a primary source of protein. Pulses, including lentils, beans and peas, are not generally nearly so popular and some people don't eat them at all. This is ...
 Huffington Post UK3 weeks ago

Is It Safe To Eat Cereal Again?

During the industrial revolution, the rich ate meat and eggs for breakfast and the poor ate gruel. Neither extreme is a fully nourishing way to start a day so physician and eccentric Midwesterner, Dr John Harvey Kellogg had his own ideas about how ...
 Huffington Post Canada3 weeks ago

- Healthier bakery at breakfast

The nature of breakfast is changing rapidly particularly among the young and in major urban centres, where the demanding lifestyles of busy professional workers leave people with inadequate time for a traditional breakfast at home. These very ...
 FnBnews.com1 month ago
Mind Food

10 reasons to eat chocolate this Valentine's Day

Chocolate is actually very nutritious If you buy quality dark chocolate with a high cocoa content, then it is actually quite nutritious no, seriously! Chocolate contains a decent amount of soluble fibre and is packed with minerals. To give you ...
 Mind Food1 month ago

Dairy diary: the lowdown and the heads-up

Lagos - Since time immemorial dairy has been an important part of the human diet and yet the question whether dairy products are indeed a healthy addition to our diet is a constant topic of discussion. Confused? We give you the lowdown and the ...
 News241 month ago
Social Dashboard

Recipe : Bright and Crunchy Cauliflower Tabbouleh

(Healthcastle.com) Finding new ways to squeeze extra plant power in to your day shouldn't be difficult. This recipe for cauliflower tabbouleh is packed full of bright flavours and crunchy satisfaction. Not to mention it is pumped full of some ...
 Social Dashboard1 month ago

Eating of banana helps blood pressure ­ Nutritionist

Miss Yemisi Olowokere, a nutritionist with Garki Hospital, Abuja, on Tuesday, said consumption of banana is ideal for the maintenance of normal blood pressure and heart function. Olowokere told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja that ...
 Nigeria Daily Independent2 months ago
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