, The Washington Post, March 19, 2016 12:41 IST Casey Seidenberg
Caffeine, one of the more common substances people rely on for energy, does its job by blocking a chemical that calms the brain.
, Zester Daily, March 18, 2016 16:01 IST Amy Halloran
Kissing Kucek and her colleagues reviewed more than 200 scientific research papers to see what is known about how different wheat varieties and our processing methods affect people's sensitivity to wheat.
, March 18, 2016 14:41 IST Anoothi Vishal
Indian food history not only glosses over the foods of ancient Indiawhat really did people eat when spices were fewer and techniques more basic but also what happened to our cuisines ...
March 17, 2016 11:42 IST
While mindful eating is scientifically proven to help prevent overeating and obesity, a new psychological study suggests that it may also forestall eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia.
, The Washington Post, March 16, 2016 12:45 IST Ariana Eunjung Cha
A study looked at how well Siri, Google Now, S Voice from Samsung and Cortana from Microsoft respond to simple questions related to mental and physical health and violence.
, March 16, 2016 12:10 IST Meher Mirza
There's something tremendously comforting about a chicken escalope swathed in a cloak of crunchy breadcrumbs and fried.
, The Washington Post, March 16, 2016 12:03 IST Roberto A. Ferdman
In the heart of what might be the most celebrated cuisine in the world, a curious thing is happening: people are clamoring for an unglamorous American food. "Le hamburger," as it's called ...
, March 14, 2016 14:39 IST Priyadarshini Nandy
Every now and then, especially if we had unexpected guests at home, the chicken chaap would make an appearance.
, March 14, 2016 13:24 IST Ashwin Rajagopalan
Is rasam the one dish that binds all of South India? We bring you simply delicious rasam recipes you and your family will love.
, March 14, 2016 11:51 IST Kalyan Karmakar
I saw dhoklas everywhere after I moved into Mumbai in the late 1990s.
, NDTV, March 13, 2016 12:52 IST Shivangana Vasudeva
She swapped designer wear for chefs whites and the glamorous spotlight for the heat in the kitchen, Amrita Raichand shares her journey and talks about her second brilliant career which she never ...
, The Washington Post, March 10, 2016 16:41 IST Ellie Krieger
It is important to keep in mind that just because a food has a low GI/GL (or is low in calories and high in vitamin C, for that matter) doesn't mean it ...
, March 09, 2016 16:16 IST IANS
The word spices have been used as a misnomer to describe hot food. In actual terms, spices provide different aromas and flavours.
, NDTV, March 08, 2016 13:09 IST Sparshita Saxena
What can be more empowering that witnessing thousands of women taking to the road and running for their health and the world stopping for them and letting them run past?
, NDTV, March 08, 2016 11:30 IST Harnoor Channi-Tiwary
Say no to body shaming. The only way to change the course of this tide is to change our own perceptions. Slim does not necessarily equal healthy.
, March 07, 2016 11:29 IST Ashwin Rajagopalan
Here's a list of Bengaluru's best military hotels from an era when Bengaluru was still Bangalore.
, March 04, 2016 11:08 IST Meher Mirza
I believe that it is entirely possible to dine only on the spring onion. Nonsense, you say, merely eating spring onions for a meal does not sound satisfactory at all.
, The Washington Post, March 02, 2016 16:19 IST Kristen Hartke
For many people without good vision, navigating a kitchen can be a daunting prospect that can dramatically affect daily living.
, The Washington Post, March 02, 2016 16:09 IST Roberto A. Ferdman
In late 1984, The New York Times published a piece that was, at least indirectly, about a word I could do without.
, March 01, 2016 11:10 IST Kalyan Karmakar
It goes without saying, that if you come to Mumbai, you must have the Misal Pav here. Like Vada Pav, Misal Pav is very popular among the locals.