Vikas Khanna teaches you how to make a mouth watering shahi tukda stuffed with apricots and topped with rabdi.
Medicines and massages are definitely effective for healing, but there are enough dietary measures too that you could use for stronger bones.
Exercise that puts greater strain on bones, like running, may help in improving bone health more effectively than non-weight bearing activities like cycling.
Several studies have also associated a higher intake of vitamin C with greater bone density.
Older adults who take Vitamin D supplements along with specific dairy foods such as milk, yogurt and cheese may have higher bone mineral density in their spine, says a study.
Malaika Arora shared a list of nutritious foods that promote bone health and strengthen the joints.
Ragi and bajra are loaded with anti-inflammatory properties that help prevent inflammation and soothe joint and arthritis related pains.
The study also stated that the risk of fracture partly reduced with higher intake of dietary calcium and dietary protein and when Body Mass Index (BMI) was taken into account.
Vitamin K contributes a great deal in strengthening bones and muscles, and it's time we should know the importance of including this nutrient in our diet.
Osteoporosis is a chronic condition associated with a reduction in bone strength and an increased risk of bone fracture. Yogurt can help, says a new study.
A Mediterranean style diet, one rich in fruits and vegetables, supplemented with olive oil for two years, may have a protective effect on your bones, suggests a Spanish study.Age-related bone mass loss and decreased bone ...