Monsoon is a time of overcast skies, pleasant breeze and refreshing showers. It’s also a time when one gets to see the beauty of nature in full bloom. The season brings with it a dazzling range of seasonal fruits and vegetables that are enriched with essential vitamins and minerals required
The world of food is swamped with superfoods like quinoa, oats and kale. These foods earned this title because of their high nutritional value, as they contain almost all of the essential nutrients. More and more superfoods are coming to fore and being recognised for their various health benefits; the
But intuitive eating’s a lot more nuanced than that. It’s not about noshing on pizza and ice cream every day—intuitive eating helps you tap into your body’s instinctive knowledge to feed yourself exactly what you need to feel your best. Sometimes that’s a soft serve with rainbow sprinkles (no shame!),
The authors proposed putting government-sponsored warning labels on ‘risky’ foods Scientists and researchers around the globe are finding links between cancer and diet. According to a latest study, consuming a poor diet may give rise to a number of health issues, one of them being cancer. The study published in
MUMBAI—Kinshuk Vaidya has been on a spree, exploring several diverse roles on the small screen. From making every kid believe in the ability and beauty of magic as the young and adorable Sanju, to charming the audience as a royal warrior, Vaidya has swiftly moved from one role to another.
Evidence indicates that following a Mediterranean-style diet, rich in fruit, vegetables, nuts, and cereals, can bring many health benefits, including protection against cardiovascular and metabolic problems. Now, a study also presents a link between this diet and a lower risk of depression later in life. New research finds a link
Afew years ago, the word “adulting” seemed to reach its peak. I’d see it referenced everywhere – in ad campaigns, in real-life conversations, on mass-produced gifts like the mug that reads: “Coffee, because adulting is hard.” As a hashtag suffix to the truly mundane and simple, it saturated social media
Health experts have long touted the benefits of a low-fat diet for preventing heart disease, but now a large study suggests it might do the same against breast cancer. Researchers found that eating low-fat foods reduced a woman’s risk of dying from breast cancer by 21%. What’s more, the women on low-fat diets