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Calcium plays a major role in our bodies. Sufficient calcium present in our body helps in strengthening bones and teeth. Click on the following HealthMeUp.com links to know stories about calcium rich foods, what is calcium, calcium supplement, sources of calcium, benefits of calcium, calcium in milk and calcium deficiency.

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healthmeup - 07/29/2014 09:00:00

Beauty Benefits of Milk

milk Milk is a powerhouse of numerous essential nutrients that can benefit you immensely. A tall glass of milk is filled with calcium, iron, potassium, vitamin A, D and B6, B12, protein etc. But who said you have to drink it to reap all the benefits from these nutrients. You can use milk in your beauty... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/29/2014 08:00:00

Healthy Eid Recipe: Sevaiiyan

Healthy Eid Recipe: Sevaiiyan If you have a sweet tooth and crave for desserts after a meal, here's a fast and healthy sweet. This nutritious version of the traditional recipe of seviiyan skips the use of full fat milk, condensed milk and dry fruits. The vermicelli thickens the milk effortlessly to create a creamy concoction... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 07/23/2014 12:00:00

Quinoa and Oats Dhokla Recipe for Instant Energy

Quinoa and Oats Dhokla Recipe for Instant Energy Quinoa has twice the protein content of rice or barley; it is also a rich source of calcium, magnesium and manganese. Quinoa also possesses good levels of several B vitamins, vitamin E and dietary fibre. Quinoa and oats dhokla is so healthy and you can make it instantly. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 06/15/2014 08:00:00

Diabetic Diet : Baked Omelette

Diabetic Diet : Baked Omelette Low fat and very low cholesterol, good protein and calcium source; Baked Omlette is a good option for breakfast or as a mid meal/filler and since it requires very little rice, this dish is even helpful as a diabetes recipe. Added vegetables in the omelet take care that the sugar raising capacity... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 06/10/2014 13:00:00

Heathy Dessert Recipe: Sweet Potato Halwa

Heathy Dessert Recipe: Sweet Potato Halwa Sweet potato halwa is an all-time favourite traditional Indian sweet that is an ideal accompaniment with any Indian meal. Usually, it is laden with loads of ghee and that is the reason dieters steer clear from it. Make a mouth-watering sweet potato halwa minus the fat, but rich in fibre, potassium... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 05/25/2014 07:00:00

Health Benefits of Mangoes

Health Benefits of Mangoes Mangoes are packed with vitamin A and vitamin C and potassium, calcium and phosphorus. They are also full of fibre and antioxidants. Mangoes can also treat acidity and poor digestion because of a specific enzyme found in the fruit, which soothes the stomach. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 05/24/2014 08:00:00

Dental Problems: How to Prevent Tooth to Break

Dental Problems: How to Prevent Tooth to Break Broken tooth or a chipped tooth can cause a dental problem. If you are eating calcium rich foods and are still a victim of a broken tooth, here’s what you are doing wrong. Dr. Puneet Ahuja, Senior Consultant in Dentistry from Delhi based Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute gives us tips on how to... Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 05/21/2014 18:31:41

The 20-Day Rule & Other Amazing Diet Tips for Kids

The 20-Day Rule & Other Amazing Diet Tips for Kids Did you know that almond milk is more beneficial than cow's milk simply because it has calcium and magnesium, both of which are required for your little ones bones to absorb the minerals? Well, this is just a tad bit of info that inspired us to make some amazingly healthy choices. Here's bringing... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 05/15/2014 15:00:00

Health Benefits of Amla

Health Benefits of Amla Amla is loaded with vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene and vitamin B complex. It is also a rich source of carbohydrates and dietary fibre. Amla can reduce cholesterol, and keep heart disease at bay, is good for digestion and can give you a healthy, glowing complexion and thick hair. Continue Reading »

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