Childhood nutrition: Gateway to Adult Health

As mothers or caregivers the only thought which keeps us preoccupied is the well being of our children. Being a mother of a toddler, a school age child or an adolescent; the thought which haunts you and keeps you worried all the time is your child’s eating habits. But the burden of studies and co-curricular […]

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Flavour without Fat

Fat apart from adding on calories also adds on to taste to our dishes. Dollops of butter melting on pao bhaji or saag make them all the more delicious. Many of us find it difficult to cook or add flavors when fat is restricted. But trust me it is not so tough. Try alternate flavoring […]

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Nutrition on the go…

A frequent traveler always has an excuse when it comes to follow a diet or eating healthy… what is the use of starting when I will not be able to maintain it? A person living out of the suitcases finds it really difficult to follow a certain diet schedule which can be because of many reasons, not enough […]

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Resolve to be a Healthier You

Year-end has just gone around the bend and as we all glance over our achievements in the past year; it is also the time when we try and make ourselves a better, organised and healthier human being. For this we make lots of resolutions, but all or most of them are abandoned even before the […]

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Tired all the Time

A morning should always be good; but when it starts with a headache or fatigue you tend to say what is so good about this morning. It not only kills our morale to get up from the bed but also makes us less productive at work. Long time fatigue or in medical terms Tired All […]

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Work-out while Working

Bound to desk for a big chunk of your waking hours you would often have wondered; how can I possibly reduce the mal-effects of my sedentary job. For those of us who find it difficult to allot a specific time of the day to exercise, desk job further adds on to the woes. But by […]

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Be Healthy: Add fiber to your diet

The word fiber comes from the Latin word fibra, meaning fiber, thread, string or filament and dietary fiber refers to nutrients in the diet that are not digested by gastrointestinal enzymes. Fiber is also known as roughage. It is the indigestible part of plant foods that pushes through our digestive system, absorbing water along the way and […]

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How good is your egg?

While buying an eatable the first prerequisite for all of us is its quality. We can gauge the quality of vegetables and fruits by looking at them, packed goods carry best before dates but eggs…. It is really a question difficult to answer. Although there are lots of industrial measures by which eggs are graded […]

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Blood or lack of it

Anemia, the most common disorder when it comes to females in the reproductive age group, has always been considered a disease of iron deficiency. Not quite so…. it is actually a condition in which the total quantity of hemoglobin in the circulating blood is less than normal. And this can be due to a number […]

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