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Rasam is a spiced gravy that is a staple in every south Indian home. If you haven’t quite figured out how to make it just right, try this spicy rasam recipe. Rich in Vitamins A and C, folic acid, iron, calcium and fibre, it is both healthy and delicious. Continue Reading »
Instead of following one fad diet after another, experts recommend that you eat real food. To put it simply, real food is the opposite of fake and processed food. It is minimally processed and still retains its nutritional integrity. Read on to find out what real food comprises of and how you can include more of it in your diet. Continue Reading »
LASIK surgery is a good alternative for people who wear spectacles or contact lenses. But as one ages, the formation of cataracts in one or both eyes is quite common. We all know that cataracts can be easily removed through surgery, and that patients get their normal vision back. But often, people get confused about whether they can get a cataract surgery done after undergoing LASIK surgery. Continue Reading »
Chain smoking, unhealthy eating habits, acne, hormonal imbalances, and excessive sun exposure damages the skin and causes premature ageing. In case you're looking for a quick fix to replenish your skin, there are cosmetic treatments you can try. Dr. Simal Soin, a dermatologist at Aayna Clinic in New Delhi lists out three skin treatments that can repair damaged skin. View Slideshow »
Low in calories, high in fibre and power packed with a host of nutrients, spinach is truly a superfood among veggies. This dark leafy green has a number of benefits that range from skin health to hair health and bone health among others. It is a good source of dietary potassium, iron, magnesium and Vitamins A, K, D and E. You can use spinach in your salads, side dishes and even your smoothies. So, add this versatile ingredient to your diet to reap all its health benefits. Here are five reasons to eat spinach more regularly. Continue Reading »
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 semi finals are on and your lame excuses of 'falling sick', 'dentist appointment', and ‘personal work' fell flat in front of your smarty pants boss. But I am sure there is one TV screen on the floor or in the cafeteria (that's ignored every other day) that will offer what you wished for. All you need is to time yourself well. Continue Reading »
A study in the American Heart Association journal Circulati finds that children who are exposed to secondhand smoke are at an increased risk of developing harmful carotid plaque later in adulthood. Continue Reading »
The health benefits of seafood far surpass the strong taste and smell it is notorious for. Specially recommended for people who are looking to get fitter this year, fish is highly recommended for children and adults alike for a daily dose of proteins, essential oils, omega 3 fatty acids, calcium and other minerals. Continue Reading »
Taking care of your heart is not just about taking prescribed medicines and striking out foods from your daily routine; it's about adding heart healthy foods to your diet regime. You can protect your heart by changing your eating habits and watching what you eat and drink. Continue Reading »
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