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Short-term diets lead to long-term weight gain

Saturday 3 August '13

you may not always lose weight if you follow the diet that helped you shed a few kilograms recently
Magnesium deficiency leads to insulin resistance

Saturday 20 July '13

Over-nutrition and obesity are not the only causes of insulin resistance, which leads to abdominal fat and other health risks like diabetes, hypertension and coronary heart disease.
Flavour is just one of salt's many positives

Saturday 13 July '13

There are several varieties of salt and it may be worth knowing their benefits.
During monsoon, avoid street food to keep infections away

Saturday 29 June '13

The simplest way to boost immunity is through a good diet, plenty of exercise and yoga.
Cherry on top: Fewer joint pains, strong bones

Saturday 22 June '13

"To be healthy should be the ultimate goal for all"
Dairy products can help you lose weight

Saturday 15 June '13

Ishi Khosla is a former senior nutritionist at Escorts. She heads the Centre of Dietary Counselling and also runs a health food store. She feels that for complete well-being, one should integrate phys...
Homemade beverages best for beating the heat

Saturday 8 June '13

Inadequate fluid intake could lead to dehydration.
Western diet, dairy products may raise acne risk

Saturday 1 June '13

Acne vulgaris, commonly called pimples, has anecdotally been attributed to diet.
Energy bars are nutritious, but think before you pick

Saturday 25 May '13

They usually do not have flour but have added fats and sugars.
Healthy diet and lifestyle essential to battle the bulge

Saturday 18 May '13

Body awareness and health have assumed importance, like never before.
Mangoes are good for health, but don't eat too many

Saturday 11 May '13

When consuming your favourite fruit is forbidden by your dietician, it is time to find out why.
Third millennium grain: High-protein amaranth is rich in iron, calcium

Saturday 4 May '13

The American amaranth underwent a remarkable migration to Asia.
Nutrient-rich kiwi good for the anaemic

Saturday 27 April '13

The fruit’s popularity is also increasing, owing to its unique tart taste and texture.
Food allergy: Constant vigilance the best treatment

Saturday 20 April '13

For complete well-being, one should integrate physical, mental and spiritual health.
To tackle hypertension, keep a check on diet

Saturday 13 April '13

For complete well-being, one should integrate physical, mental and spiritual health, say Khosla.
To tackle hypertension, keep a check on diet

Saturday 13 April '13

Ishi Khosla is a former senior nutritionist at Escorts. She heads the Centre of Dietary Counselling and also runs a health food store. She feels that for complete well-being, one should integrate phys...
A pinch of salt might just be a pinch too much

Saturday 30 March '13

You may be surprised to know that salt may also be a culprit behind your weight gain.
A pinch of salt might just be a pinch too much

Saturday 30 March '13

You may be surprised to know that salt may also be a culprit behind your weight gain.
Black pepper: King of spices, enemy of ailments

Saturday 23 March '13

Black pepper has been used as a folk medicine in a variety of cultures.
Black pepper: King of spices, enemy of ailments

Saturday 23 March '13

My curiosity about this spice was triggered, when I took a mixture of black pepper and black cardamom and it worked as an instant remedy for diarrhoea.

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