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National Nutrition Week 2019: Why rainbow diet matters?

With the rainbow diet, you will be consuming a variety of colourful foods that will boost both your mental, as well as physical health.

High-fibre diet may promote healthy pregnancy, says study

The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, found that in humans, reduced levels of acetate, which is mainly produced by fibre fermentation in the gut, is associated with the common and serious pregnancy-related condition preeclampsia.

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How do diet, water intake and beverage like coffee affect children's brain

Children showed improvements in their hydration levels and working memory after consuming a higher amount of water--2.5 litres daily--than when instructed to drink just half a litre per day.

Count on these healthy habits for a easy day at work

If your day starts with restlessness and ends with fatigue, then the reason is a poor and neglected diet pattern. Here's how you can increase productivity at work.

Premature ageing? It's time to focus on the right diet

Beat premature ageing by making these healthy food choices a part of your regular diet and lifestyle.

Is cheat day allowed on the Keto diet?

The Ketogenic Diet, fondly called Keto Diet, is a low carb diet, where the body produces ketones in the liver which is then used as energy.

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What is Keto diet and what are the foods you can eat

The Keto diet is not for the faint-hearted, nor for those who consider it another 'in-fashion' or trendy diet to lose some weight. The diet has protocols and regimens that need to be followed.

Meat-based diet could lead to early death; study

“It isn’t necessary to completely stop eating meat,”Jyrki K Virtanen, senior author of the study said, adding, "but keeping it in moderation is important. Some people eat meat every day, and that’s not a good idea”.

Unhealthy diet plan is more hazardous than smoking cigarettes: Study

The study revealed that poor diet plans was the reason for deaths of over 10.9 million people among adults in the year 2017, while smoking was responsible for 8.0 million deaths.

'Cheat day' during Keto diet may damage blood vessels

Researchers found just one 75-gramme dose of glucose - the equivalent a large bottle of soda or a plate of fries - while on a high fat, low carbohydrate diet can lead to damaged blood vessels.

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