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Health Benefits of Gardening

Health Benefits of Gardening

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We find tranquillity and healing in nature, and...

Healthy Tips for Kids This Summer

Healthy Tips for Kids This Summer

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It's summer time! For children, it is just...

Health Benefits of Tapioca (Sabudana)

Health Benefits of Tapioca (Sabudana)

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Sabudana, or tapioca, is a favourite breakfast...

Egg Substitutes for Cooking and Baking

Egg Substitutes for Cooking and Baking

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Avoiding eggs in cooking and baking can be...

6 Essential Nutrients for Athletes

By  posted Apr 21st 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

When you exercise hard and strong, especially at a high intensity that requires a lot of endurance, your body needs a diet that will help you perform at your peak and recover swiftly afterward.  Continue Reading »

Reasons to Eat Walnuts Every Day

By  posted Apr 21st 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

A fistful of walnuts makes for a healthy snack. Not only do they help you feel fuller, but an American study also suggests that a handful of walnuts a day could keep the fertility specialist at bay.  Continue Reading »

How to Store Cut Vegetables

By  posted Apr 20th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

Vegetables are best used fresh, chopped right before they are cooked. However, sometimes you chop vegetables and realise that you don’t need all of them, so you need to store the remaining ones in the fridge until you can use them. Other times, you know you’re going to be pressed for time while you’re cooking, so you may find it easier to chop your veggies in advance. Read on to find out the best way to store each type of vegetable.  View Slideshow »

15 Funny Memes

By  posted Apr 18th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

Weight loss routines or any fitness regimes can get boring, but don't give up yet. Get motivated and laugh yourself to the gym with these insanely funny memes.  View Slideshow »

8 Foods for Weight Gain in Babies and Toddlers

By  posted Apr 18th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

One of the main concerns of mothers is the low weight of their baby or toddler. The truth is that if a baby is healthy and develops properly, then there is nothing to be worried about. But if you’re concerned that your child is underweight, then certain foods can promote weight-gain. The key is to provide high calorie foods that are nutritious, too. Check out these seven foods to promote weight gain in babies.  View Slideshow »

Pop-Up Dining Experience with Chef Giovanni D’Amato

By  posted Apr 17th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

With several pop-ups having popped up around the country in the last few years, it’s no surprise that India is now attracting internationally renowned chefs. This week, the JW Marriot Mumbai is hosting Michelin starred Chef Giovanni D’Amato, from Italy. Chef D’Amato uses fresh, natural ingredients, many of them raw, to create elaborate masterpieces that look like they belong in an episode of Masterchef.  Continue Reading »

8 Delicious and Fun Ways to Use Pineapples This Summer

By  posted Apr 16th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

Summer is here, and it’s the best time to take advantage of this versatile fruit. To add a punch of tropical flair to your summer, try these simple pineapple recipes.  Continue Reading »

The Benefits of Soft Exercises

By  posted Apr 16th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

Better blood circulation, improved metabolism and balanced hormones are just a few of the many benefits of exercise. Now the question is, what exercise should you do to achieve these benefits? Exercise does not always have to be intensive or exhausting. You can include several soft exercises in your routine to get the desired results.  Continue Reading »

Why You Should Eat Dinner Early

By  posted Apr 14th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

Do you often eat dinner after 9 or 10 p.m.? This is a bad habit that affects not just your health but your weight as well. Here are three reasons why you start eating dinner earlier.  Continue Reading »

Eat Light, Eat Right: 7 Healthy Summer Foods & Drinks

By  posted Apr 14th 2015 | IN Diet & Fitness

The rising temperatures of summer cause intense thirst and heat. According to Ayurveda, this is pitta season, where the digestive fire is low and appetite is reduced. It is important that we eat the right foods to balance the three doshas. Here is a list of foods that you should eat in summer.  Continue Reading »

 
 

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