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Nutrition

Nutrition is the supply of ‘food’ required by organisms and cells to stay alive. The benefits of good nutrition are many; they range from helping you maintain a healthy weight and help in enhancing body functions all over the body. Click on the following links to read HealthMeUp.com stories about nutrition, nutrition facts, calorie in food and nutritional label and much more...

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healthmeup - 10/21/2014 10:00:00

You Are What You Eat

You Are What You Eat This is a saying that you’ve probably heard at one point or another, without fully realising what it means. When you think about it, it can seem unlikely, because when you eat a piece of broccoli you don’t sprout branches and start looking like a tree. But though it may be difficult to see, you... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 10/17/2014 11:00:00

Is Soy Milk Good For You?

Is Soy Milk Good For You? Soy milk is made by processing soybeans and is consumed by vegans, vegetarians and people who suffer from lactose intolerance. Soy milk is loaded with nutrients, but do the benefits of consuming soy milk outweigh its potential drawbacks? Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 10/14/2014 07:00:00

The Super Indian Spice

The Super Indian Spice Turmeric is native to India and is commonly known as ‘haldi’. It is a spice that has been used in South Asian cuisine for centuries. Turmeric powder is prepared by boiling, drying and grinding turmeric stems. Turmeric is popular in Indian culture as a herbal remedy, owing to its... Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 10/09/2014 13:15:50

How to Make Healthy Banana Walnut Muffin [Video]

How to Make Healthy Banana Walnut Muffin [Video] Do your little ones love munching on unhealthy, extra sweet delicacies that you’d wish they stay away from? Cakes, pastries and muffins top the list when it comes to their favourite snacks. We bring you a decadent banana walnut muffin recipe that’s made healthy with the addition of oats,... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 10/09/2014 07:00:00

5 Delicious Ways to Make Kale More Edible

5 Delicious Ways to Make Kale More Edible We know that this green leafy vegetable is extremely good for our health, but how many of us willingly eat kale (karam sag)? Kale has a slightly bitter flavour which makes it quite challenging to eat on a daily basis, it takes people months to get used to its taste. Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 09/24/2014 19:03:41

Why Switch from Sugar to Jaggery

Why Switch from Sugar to Jaggery The sugar rush that we crave on dull days is what gets our calorie count high and out of hand. Well, people with a sweet tooth will vouch for their love of all things sugary and wouldn't mind going overboard on sweetness. But wouldn't it be awesome to have a substitute that would also impart some... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/24/2014 10:00:00

Do You Really Need Multivitamins?

Multivitamin: Do You Really Need One? If you think you are at a risk of vitamin or mineral deficiencies and have an unhealthy diet, then your body could use a multivitamin. Multivitamins are not useful for people who eat regular and balanced meals, as there is no need to provide supplementary nutrition. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/18/2014 13:00:00

Healthy Recipe: Black-Eyed Bean and Mint Burgers

Healthy Recipe: Black-Eyed Bean and Mint Burgers Burgers are usually associated with fast food, but they can be made healthy as well. Try making these healthy burgers that substitute boiled lentils for fried potato, green chutney for mayonnaise and whole-wheat buns for regular buns. Add in some oats, plenty of veggies and a dash of mint and your... Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 09/15/2014 18:22:27

Recipe: Healthy Moong Palak Bhaji

Recipe: Healthy Moong Palak Bhaji Amidst all the fancy fare, the one thing we crave is a simple home-cooked meal with minimal spices and maximum taste. Sprouts are a healthy ingredient rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and amino acids. It can be had raw and cooked, but mixed with an iron-rich ingredient like spinach, this dish... Continue Reading »

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