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High calcium intake may not mean healthier bones

Saturday 5 May '12

Calcium is a critical nutrient for many body functions, and getting enough calcium reduces the risk of osteoporosis.
To lose weight, get family and friends on board

Saturday 28 April '12

Through your weight loss journey, you may have encountered many social situations which make it difficult to follow healthy and constructive eating habits.
When eyes get bigger than the stomach

Saturday 21 April '12

External cues are often hidden and are known to influence our appetites and have very little to do with hunger
Body fuel: No need to cut carbs to stay healthy

Saturday 14 April '12

In reality, some carbohydrates might be less healthy than others.
Body fuel: No need to cut carbs to stay healthy

Saturday 14 April '12

In reality, some carbohydrates might be less healthy than others.
Omega-3 fats critical during pregnancy

Saturday 7 April '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...
Camel milk: Healthier than buffalo, cow

Saturday 31 March '12

Recently a news item reported that Gujarat is all set to have the country’s first ever dairy for processing camel milk.
Spices, herbs for a healthier heart

Saturday 24 March '12

It is not surprising that spices were some of the most valuable trade items in ancient and medieval times.
Always sleepy at work? You may have sleep apnoea

Monday 19 March '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...
Red meat may not necessarily be in red zone

Saturday 10 March '12

Red meat has acquired a negative reputation.
Get the best of olive oils

Saturday 25 February '12

Olive oil is different from other types of oil due to high concentrations of polyphenols and vitamin E.
Get the best of olive oils

Saturday 25 February '12

As regular readers will no doubt remember, this column spoke about the benefits of olive oil two weeks ago.
The healthy way to better marks

Saturday 18 February '12

While memory pills are best avoided, simple improvements in diet, lifestyle and increased activity can certainly help.
The healthy way to better marks

Saturday 18 February '12

While memory pills are best avoided, simple improvements in diet, lifestyle and increased activity can certainly help.
‘Liquid gold’: Olive oil and its benefits

Saturday 11 February '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...
Dark temptation: How much is too much?

Saturday 4 February '12

Chocolates have long been a universal expression of love, goodwill and festivity.
Campaign for milk in schools

Saturday 28 January '12

It must be the goal of the school health programme to provide dairy products to pupils and encouraging them to eat healthy
Fighting inflammation

Saturday 21 January '12

Inflammation is one of the body’s natural ways of protecting itself, characterised by heat, redness, swelling and pain at the injury site
Seeds of good health

Saturday 14 January '12

Seeds are the embryo and the food supply of plants.
Walnut a day keeps the doctor away

Saturday 7 January '12

Studies reveal walnuts enriched diets have lowered cholesterol and lowered cardio-vascular risk.

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