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For longevity, take a leaf out of centenarians’ book

Monday 18 March '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...
Sweet basil seeds are nutritious, have medicinal value

Saturday 9 March '13

The rediscovery of a different variety of seeds from diverse cultures is always an exciting development
Broccoli: Fighter of cancers, the original superfood

Saturday 2 March '13

Sulforphane and glucosinolates are known to possess natural cancer fighting properties.
When it comes to cured meat, have smaller portions

Wednesday 27 February '13

With Westernisation of diets, cured meats are becoming increasingly popular.
Vitamin D deficiency a worry in India

Saturday 9 February '13

It has now been recognised as an epidemic even in countries abundant in sunlight, such as India.
Almonds: Good source of protein, fibre and calcium

Saturday 2 February '13

Almonds contain high amounts of protein, fibre, calcium and vitamin E.
Coenzyme Q10 boosts immune system, energy levels

Saturday 26 January '13

It helps break down fats and carbohydrates to provide energy.
Poppy seeds are nutritious, but don’t eat too many

Saturday 19 January '13

Poppy seeds are kidney-shaped, and have a blue-gray colour and are used in various baked goods, salad dressings and West Asian cuisine.
Pistachio helps fight heart disease, obesity

Saturday 12 January '13

With pale green flesh and reddish purple skin, pistachio nuts are a part of traditional Indian culinary art.
More to coconut than meets the eye

Saturday 5 January '13

Most studies were done on hydrogenated coconut oil.
How to deal with hangovers

Saturday 29 December '12

Hangovers may even last a couple of days.
Weight loss: As you sow, so shall you reap

Saturday 22 December '12

The drive to lose weight can be your reflection or a rude remark, but many remain apprehensive of attaining their goals.
Winter may cause much more than just the blues

Saturday 15 December '12

As the daily hustle slows and people put on winter pounds, risk of arthritis, asthma grows
Wheat intolerant? It may not always be celiac disease

Saturday 8 December '12

A protein called gluten in wheat, oats, barley and rye (European cereal) is known to cause a condition called celiac disease.
People who eat rice have 44% higher arsenic levels: Report

Saturday 1 December '12

Rice has been considered one of the safest and easily digestible nutritious foods.
Sweet potato is recommended for diabetics

Saturday 17 November '12

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...
Vitamin D deficiency not uncommon in India

Saturday 10 November '12

The role of Vitamin D in the growth of bones and formation of teeth is well known.
In festive season, limit portions to keep weight in check

Saturday 3 November '12

Here are tips to protect people from health problems during festive season.
Papaya leaf juice helps fight dengue fever

Saturday 27 October '12

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...
Cucumber: Vital part of low-cal diet

Saturday 13 October '12

With its cleansing, restorative properties, cucumber a day serve as useful addition to healthy diet.

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