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Why You Should Maintain Adequate Magnesium Levels
Asia Net India

Why You Should Maintain Adequate Magnesium Levels

We need minerals along with other nutrients in order to survive.Foods like spinach, seeds, lentils, cheese, beans, quinoa and other dark leafy greens provide this mineral.Here are some reasons behind you should maintain adequate magnesium levels Reasons ... Asia Net India, 1 month ago

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Eat spinach, avacados in 30's to counter cognitive

Lutein accumulates in brain tissues, but also accumulates in the eye, which allows researchers to measure levels without relying on invasive techniques.
 DNA1 month ago
Mathrubhumi

Police plant vegetables; Robber steals them

Kuravilangad: Police officers of Kuravilangad police station might have never imagined that a thief would dare to reap what they sowed. The police had cultivated vegetables in the land behind the police station, as part of Haritha Keralam mission of the ...
 Mathrubhumi20 hours ago
The Telegraph UK

Jeremy Corbyn says having an allotment makes him a better politician - after bringing home 'vast quantities of beans and spinach'

The Labour leader lit up when he was asked about his allotment Credit: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire J eremy Corbyn claimed tending to his allotment makes him a better politician because it "helps you think about things and understand the natural process". The ...
 The Telegraph UK1 week ago

Couple turns barren land into lush green farm in Mangaluru

A couple has turned the barren, laterite land in their backyard and around their house into a lush green paddy field. Hard work, a keen interest in farming and perseverance have helped Mark Sera and Suguna, of Mary Hill, become self-sufficient in rice and ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Sumeru rolls out paratha range

Food processing major Innovative Foods (IFL) on Thursday launched a new line-up of frozen parathas, under its Sumeru brand. The new range of parathas are beetroot and jeera, turmeric and ajwain, methi and spinach, and multigrain, and will be available in a ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Oddity Central

Student Survives Mostly on 150 Bananas a Week, as Part of “Fruitarian” Diet

21-year-old Dane Nash, from Bristol, UK, gets around 80% of his daily calorie intake from bananas, consuming up to 150 yellow fruits every week. Despite doctors’ warnings, the young “fruitarian” claims that the banana-heavy diet ...
 Oddity Central1 month ago
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Want quality sperm? Eat garlic, honey

Did you know that garlic reduces the chance of miscarriage in women? IMAGE: Honey is a super food that helps boost fertility. Photograph: Kind courtesy Scott Bauer, USDA ARS/Wikimedia Creative Commons If you are having trouble conceiving, there's no need to rush to the doctor immediately. There is better, effective and economical way to rev up your fertility. There are many foods that are not only rich in key nutrients, but can also improve your fertility and consequently your chances of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Cheese and meat are good for your teeth

Cheese increases the pH scale in your mouth and effectively prevents tooth decay. Dental care is of utmost importance. What you eat is a sign of good or poor hygiene. Poor dental health can cause you several problems -- from a mild toothache to severe pain. Include these 10 foods in your diet to help maintain healthy teeth. Cheese Cheese, particularly aged cheese like cheddar, swiss and such are beneficial for your teeth. They increase the pH scale in your mouth and effectively prevent ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The boy who ate everything: Only eating people is wrong

What is the right thing to do? What isn’t the right thing to do? These questions lie at the heart of a branch of philosophy called Ethics. But let me not bore you with sermons from the Gita, or passages from GE Moore’s big yawn, the Principia ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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