About Baked Multigrain Murukku Recipe: A savoury, crunchy South Indian snack, Murukku is a popular snack down south and in parts of Sri Lanka. The name murukku is derived from a Tamil word which actually ...
About Mixed Vegetable Soup: An ideal way to add vegetables in a diabetic meal, especially for the elderly. An ideal mid meal snack, this soup recipe is specially curated by Ms. Priyam Naik, Officer Dietetics, ...
A crunchy healthy snack. Made from carrots and some flavorsome spices. Coupled with a cup of coffee, this is something known as bliss!
Aditya Bal along with the Olive's chef cook up a quick, easy and healthy whole wheat pasta with a mild tomato flavored sauce.
Seema Jindal Jijodia - the 'cereal' killer experiments with buckwheat and tosses up a traditional middle eastern salad called Tabbouleh.
Age-related changes can affect how your body processes food that further influence your dietary needs and affects your appetite. Here are some changes every elderly will experience as s/he ages
The Academy of Eating Disorders has released a list of things they say people should know about eating disorders.
Eating healthy is not a one-time affair. It wont do you much good if you eat one healthy meal and then follow it up with a week of indulgence.
Healthy eating is not always about strict diet limitations or depriving yourself of the foods you love.
Mindfulness-based eating awareness training may encourage adolescents to eat healthier, exercise more and marginalise their tendency to gain weight, a new study has found.
With fast food restaurants mushrooming in your neighbourhood it has become difficult to convince children to eat healthy.
In order to lead a healthy life, it is essential to follow a balanced diet. Balanced diet is associated with good health, prevention of diseases and recovery from illnesses. A healthy and balanced diet protects ...
Fitness studios are taking a holistic approach to health with greater emphasis on nutrition. Some are compiling recipes to keep members from derailing their fitness goals with poor eating habits.
A recent study says, one can lead a longer and disease-free life if they give up five risk factors of life.
Here, in six easy steps, is our advice for the new year: what we think dietary guidelines ought to say.