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Subhasree Ray

Subhasree Ray is a Doctoral Scholar of the Ketogenic Diet and Refractory Epilepsy, Certified Diabetes Educator from International Diabetes Federation, Clinical and Public Health Nutrition Specialist. She tweets from @DrSubhasree.

Life in 50s: Weight loss is challenging, but not impossible
Sat, Jan 15, 2022

Guide to eat right: After 50, many people find it difficult to maintain a healthy weight. Ageing makes it more difficult to lose excess body fat. Sedentary lifestyles, metabolic changes, and poor diets are some of the factors that contribute to weight gain.

Guide to eat right: Start your 2022 without ‘blood-type diet’, ‘egg only diet’, and other fads from 2021
Tue, Jan 04, 2022

Let’s check out some popular diet fads from 2021 and how to avoid them by adopting a wholesome, balanced, sustainable eating habit.

The 5:2 diet: A popular way of intermittent fasting to lose weight
Thu, Dec 23, 2021

The 5:2 diet involves eating normally for five days a week without thinking about calories and consuming no more than 500 to 600 calories on the remaining two days.

Guide to eat right: The truth about ‘detox’ juices – more fad, less nutrition
Wed, Dec 01, 2021

Detox juices or drinks contain multiple unknown ingredients in significantly higher quantities that make them unsafe

Guide to eat right: Here’s why full-fat milk is a healthier choice for weight loss and overall health
Thu, Nov 18, 2021

Most people steer clear of full-fat milk, believing the fat and calories contained in the milk will lead to weight gain. Research, however, supports the opposite

Guide to eat right: Intuitive eating, an anti-diet approach to good health
Thu, Nov 18, 2021

There are several psychological benefits of intuitive eating, the most important being you won't be held hostage by your emotions

Guide to eat right: 5 delicious, healthy white rice alternatives for Indians
Mon, Jan 10, 2022

There are multiple alternatives to white rice that can help you with overall positive health outcomes

Guide to eat right: Fruits are good but how much is too much?
Tue, Jan 11, 2022

Fruits are also high in fructose sugar that is found to bring harmful outcomes if eaten in excess according to a considerable body of evidence

Guide to eat right: Does soy affect men’s sexual health? Research says no
Sat, Sep 25, 2021

Research suggests that soy isoflavones and estrogen have very different mechanisms of action and scanty evidence is available to connect disrupted male fertility with isoflavone intake, most of which are scientifically flawed too.

Guide to eat right: Cutting through the cholesterol confusion
Sun, Sep 12, 2021

Risk factors for cholesterol include lack of physical activity, being overweight or obese, smoking, eating processed and junk foods, presence of diabetes type 2, kidney disease or hypothyroidism

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