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10 High-Protein Indian Lunch Dishes For Office

Looking to lose weight while managing office tiffin options, here is a list of high protein lunch recipes that you can easily make and pack for ... View article...

8 Indian Snacks That Keep Your Cholesterol In Check

​Moong Dal Cheela is a pure vegetarian and a gluten-free dish made from lentils. It is rich in proteins and dietary fibres which aid in bowel ... View article...

Why less is more for women?

' Women are the pivots in our households, so if she works out, the whole family is likely to do so,' says Dr Rakesh Yadav, professor of cardiology ... View article...

10 foods to avoid if you have Hypothyroidism

Soy contains compounds called goitrogens that can interfere with thyroid function. Broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, ... View article...

World's First Aqueous Vitamin D Injection Launched In India

Dietary Sources. Add Vitamin D-rich foods into your diet , including fatty fish (like salmon, mackerel, and sardines), egg yolks, liver and ... View article...

Heart disease and heart failure: How to recognise them through symptoms

The heart can be understood as a part of our body that delivers the fuel, i.e., blood, for smooth functioning. In recent years, there has been a considerable rise in patients suffering from different heart diseases. View article...

Have this drink daily in the morning to reduce diabetes risk

Initially, studies painted a negative picture, associating coffee consumption with spikes in adrenaline, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels, as well as a decrease in insulin sensitivity. However, as Harvard T.H. ... View article...

Ready to eat food, ice cream, processed snacks linked to 32 diseases, finds new study

Exposure to ultra-processed foods is associated with higher risks of mortality, cancer, mental disorders, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes. The study recommends implementing various public policies to reduce the consumption of these ... View article...