A healthy lifestyle assures a healthy heart, is the health mantra for Trina Remedios. Trained at the Times School of Journalism, she went on to write about the glamorous side of food and lifestyle. But she hit the brakes and swerved towards a goal for a happy heart, which includes mental and physical well-being. Positivism, exercise and a balanced diet is her game. Going by her looks, you may think age has defied her, but it all has to do with her care-free spirit.
Menstruation, menopause, obesity, irregular periods, acne, anaemia are some of the problems that are commonly faced by women. Here are some natural remedies and ayurvedic herbs that can help prevent and control these problems. We break...Read more »
Alcohol tends to makes you put on weight and can give you a mind splitting hangover. But if you like to enjoy a drink without getting a hangover here are some tips. Nutritionist Neelanjana Singh with Heinz Nutri Life Clinic from Delhi...Read more »
In 2011, 6.7 million children did not receive vaccination for measles in India. This could be the cause of the measles outbreak that lead to a registered number of 29,339 measles cases in India. But measles is not strictly restricted to...Read more »
Instead of drinking water we tend to quench our thirst with coffee or aerated drinks, since it energises us too... or so we think! During summer, it is important to have plenty of fluids to prevent sunstroke, heat exhaustion, prickly heat...Read more »
This is not your conventional biryani! Food writer Anjali Shah shows you how to make a healthy vegetarian biryani (well, somewhat!). Relish this baked biryani dish only if you have worked out really hard this week!Read more »
Walking barefoot may be liberating but it can cause cracked heels. Whether it is at home or outdoors, walking barefoot or in chappals or flip flops can cause fissures around the heel. If you feel that your skin around the heel is...Read more »
Organic food and organic products are slowly growing in popularity in India. Though most of the western countries are looking for organic and naturally grown produce, most Indians are still sceptical about organic food. We spoke with the...Read more »
Diabetes control is governed by following the right diabetic diet. What to eat and what not to eat is important for diabetes control and diabetes cure or diabetes reversal. These are the top 15 diabetes diet tips from diabetologists and...Read more »
Most often than not, we take for granted this simple and important ancient technique of meditation and how it can improve your health. Since stress is the major cause of 21st century lifestyle diseases, the age-old technique of meditation...Read more »
Rajma is a good source of energy, controls blood sugar, and provides essential vitamins and nutrients to the brain. Rajma has a low calorie count and it helps improve cardiovascular-related problems. Rajma is also great for digestion and...Read more »
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