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While December tends to be the time we splurge on chocolate for breakfast and wine for dinner, January is the time when we bemoan the festivities and try to get back on track But with every one try...
The world's oldest woman has revealed the diet she believes is behind her good health - and it's certainly unconventional. Emma Morano, who turns 117 later this month, said eating two raw eggs every d...
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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a metabolic condition that can lead to several complications, ranging from infertility to cancer of the endometrium. Here are the symptoms you should be aware of, as well as measures you should take.
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In a world where contradictory diet styles exist and we are constantly bombarded with advice (often unsolicited) on nutrition, how do we even begin to improve the way we eat?
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Mothers can get hungry easily while breastfeeding. This is because breastfeeding uses up extra calories--up to 500 a day. Aim for regular meals and two to three light snacks a day as part of your lactation diet. This sample chart will give you an idea of what a day's eating should look like.
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In this day and age when so much information about food and nutrition is freely available, suddenly everyone is an expert. As a nutrition specialist, it often makes me laugh (and sometimes even cringe) to hear some of the myths which are perpetuated. Since the first step towards achieving your goals effectively is to differentiate the facts from misinterpreted and false claims, here are some tips to get you started.
There is no doubt that we Indians are genetically and ethnically susceptible to diabetes and heart disease but like a tree to bloom you need 'nurturing' for diabetes to manifest into its full blown syndrome. These factors include inactivity, lack of physical exercise, faulty nutrition (starting from your mother's diet when you were in the womb!) and severe mental and physical stress.
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Towards the end of 2015, actor Randeep Hooda lost 18 kg in a span of 28 days for Omung Kumar's upcoming Sarbjit. The film, which also features Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Richa Chadha in key roles, has...
A diet of almond, cashews and minced meat, healthy exercise, and occasional injections of muscle-building hormones and antibiotics — this is what it takes to nurture a bada rooster. Cockfights, a com...
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Now that the festive lights have been packed away, it's time for a reality check. It's time to bid adieu to copious quantities of sugar and fats and welcome some real food in our lives. Your body wants to get back to normal and is probably screaming for a cleanse. Below are some simple steps you can use to get back on track. The best part is that you can use these clean eating habits any time of year.
As we wrap up 2015 and open our arms to 2016, we are filled with optimism and motivation to make it our best year yet. While health-related resolutions tend to be the norm, it's important that such goals go beyond achieving a certain number on the scale.