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Almonds : The King of Superfoods

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Why are the superfood almonds superior when compared to other nuts? One handful of almonds have the highest concentration of overall nutrients – 3.5 grams fibre, 6 grams protein, 13 grams of unsaturated fats. They are also a good source of calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E, potassium, magnesium and iron. Since almost all the of the fat content in […]

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Jaggery Instead of Sugar, The Right Choice?

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What is the right choice : Jaggery instead of sugar? Our cup of tea or coffee or a sweet dish is never complete without sugar or jaggery. Sugar and jaggery are the most commonly used sweeteners across the country. They contain the same amount of calories and both are made from sugarcane. Jaggery sometimes is also made from palm. Jaggery […]

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Can We Manage Stress with Nutrition?

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Can We Manage Stress with Nutrition

Each one of us experience Stress at various levels. Eating right or eating nutritious foods is the last thing on our minds. Sometimes eating incorrectly also adds to stress. Majority of us either skip meals, overeat or look for comfort foods without being mindful of the same. Have you ever given nutrition a thought or a try to […]

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Learn How To Decode Your Food Cravings

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We need not be a foodie to crave for certain foods. Food cravings can be individualistic and each of us has our preferences. These need not be only during a weak moment. We may crave for certain foods on a regular basis. Have you ever wondered what these cravings indicate? Why do we salivate when […]

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Leaky Gut: What Is It and How To Manage It?

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Leaky gut is the new commonly used terminology in the medical field. It is also the most misunderstood and misinterpreted condition as well. Read below to know more about leaky gut, what it means to you and how to manage the same. What does leaky gut syndrome mean? Leaky gut syndrome is related to your […]

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Empty Calories – Let us Understand this

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Empty Calories

Foods are supposed to give calories and Empty Calories sounds like a paradox right? We need calories to function our day-to-day activities. These are the energy providers for sustenance and we get them through the food we eat. So, empty calorie foods are those which contain calories but lack essential nutrients like protein, essential fatty […]

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Tips to Reduce Sugar And Salt in your Diet

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Sugar and Salt are the most important and common ingredients of any cuisine. While following the “everything in moderation” guideline, we feel a bit helpless in managing the quantities of sugar and salt. The dietary guidelines for salt is 2,300 mg (1tsp) a day as defined by FDA, and 6 tsp of sugar a day for an adult with […]

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Are You Falling For The Big Junk Food Trap

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Don’t Be A Junk Food Zombie! Go to any fast food restaurant. Can you resist ordering the wonderfully crispy fries? Do you repeatedly tend to eat unhealthy foods, even when you have previously decided not to eat them? Do you feel  you’re falling for the big junk food trap? Read below to understand how junk foods become an […]

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Turn Your Guilt Foods Into Good Foods

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Turn Your Guilt Foods Into Good Foods

We all have our guilty pleasures with Guilt Foods, especially the sugary, fattening, bloating kinds. Don’t we all love the roadside foods loaded with saturated fats, or the pav bhaji with an extra serving of cheese? How do we still enjoy our guilt foods ? We all have faced these situations which later leave us […]

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Speeding up metabolism for PCOS

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Speeding Up Metabolism for PCOS

PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome) is a set of symptoms due to elevated androgens (male hormones) in women. PCOS can slow down your metabolic rate and eventually lead to weight gain. The minimum amount of energy a body requires to carry out the biochemical processes is called the basal metabolic rate (BMR).Purposes of metabolism are the conversion of […]