National Nutrition Week

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National Nutrition Week: Superfoods for every new mother for better nutrition

It is very important that your diet supplies the nutrients you need during breastfeeding to ensure the well-being of both you and your little one.

National Nutrition Week 2019: Simple ways to boost your immune system

What we eat definitely plays a major role in shaping our health, but it is also important to pay attention to how we eat. Food should be consumed slowly and attentively, with a peaceful mind.

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National Nutrition Week: Is your family meeting its nutritional needs? Check this list!

Some indigenous sources of vitamins and minerals include vegetables and fruits. Consuming them raw is more beneficial.

National Nutrition Week 2018: Three balanced diets which promote a healthy lifestyle

The Flexitarian, DASH and Mediterranean diets allow users to eat whatever they want, with a little restriction and no counting of calories! Health bhi, taste bhi.

The million-dollar question: Is a vegetarian diet as nutritious as a non-vegetarian one?

While vegetables provide vital nutrients, is there a case for including a limited portion of lean meat to get the required amount of protein in our body?

National Nutrition Week 2018: Macrobiotics — more than a diet! It's a lifestyle change.

While dieting is only limited to food, a Macrobiotic regime needs you to make changes to your food, how you eat it, how you cook it, how much you exercise and more.

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National Nutrition Week 2018: Blend, dehydrate, soak, sprout – just don’t cook that food. Understanding the Raw Food Diet

The diet includes any form of uncooked food that is not refined or heated. But is eating raw food, really healthier than eating cooked food?

National Nutrition Week 2018: The Intermittent Diet lets you eat & fast on the same day

The alternate cycles of fasting and eating allegedly help in losing weight. But what about the slackening metabolism rate as a result of the fasting?

National Nutrition Week 2018: Everything you need to know about the Paleolithic diet

The Paleo Diet will take you back to prehistoric days and expects you to eat only those foods which our ancestors used to hunt for.

National Nutrition Week: The story of India’s stunted growth

Stunting is a major manifestation of undernutrition, and while the lack of nutritious food contributes to undernutrition, WHO estimates that half of all undernutrition is associated with diarrhoea and infections resulting from inadequate access to clean drinking water, decent toilets and good hygiene.

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