Taking Care of Your Nails

The root cause of most nail problems is abuse or overuse of chemicals, everything from biting and picking to overuse of nail paint removers, artificial nails, acrylic nail paints, glues, and other harmful chemicals. In some instances, however, unhealthy both and healthy nails actually reflect a nutritional deficiency or an underlined medical issue. Even though the nails are mostly…

Fad Diets and Women’s Health

National Nutrition Week 2018 is around the corner and we all know how important is nutrition to stay healthy and fit. While there is a lot of nutrition myths and information available on nutrition and weight loss diet, not everything is true or good for your health. In this spree of staying fit and healthy,…

Why Cow’s Milk is better Over Regular Milk

All of us know that babies can be fed only breast milk till they turn 6 months old. Between 6 – 12 months, supplementing with solids (instead of breastmilk and formula) or very small amounts of cow, goat, soy or rice milk can be given taking into consideration baby is not allergic to any of…

Keto Diets May Increase The Risk of Diabetes

In the fast-forward world most of us want to get quick fixes to all our problems. In this pursuit of finding solutions, we often end up choosing something which may be good for that moment but can be harmful to the longer run. Most of us have followed a fad diet to lose weight, and…

Rajma Pakodas

Originally posted on Taniya Chadha:
? Sitting beside the window last evening with my cup of steaming green tea and enjoying the downpour, I got reminded of those childhood days where just a mere drizzle would create an atmosphere of joy in the family. We would make paper boats and wait for the puddles to…

Novel Foods – A Boon to the Community

A novel food is defined as a type of food that does not have a significant history of consumption or is produced by a method that has not previously been used for food or the food produced using the new technologies and production processes. The agricultural products from third countries, such as chia seeds, new…

Body Shapes and Diabetes Risk

Where do you carry your extra weight? The answer may have implications for your type 2 diabetes risk. Did you actually know that being an apple shape (more fat around the abdomen) rather than a pear shape (more fat around the hips and thighs) puts you at a greater risk of type 2 diabetes and…

Common Nutrition Myths About Weightloss

Weight loss is surrounded by myths and gimmicks. So much is said about losing weight that it can be hard to sort fact from fiction. Here’s the truth about 7 common weight loss myths. Myth 1 – Snacking Is Always a Bad Idea The good news is you don’t need to starve to lose weight. “The idea…