- Did you know Xanthan Gum, the wallpaper glue has health benefits too?
Do you know the wallpaper glue at your home and salad dressing at your kitchen has something in common? It's the xanthan gum, a food additive that you have been eating several times a week, but probably you don't know.Ayurveda says 'lunch is the important meal of the day': Here's why
Going throuh the several theories of diet, we lastly had words with our Ayurveda experts. They say that the ancient Hindu discipline of healthy and natural living recommends considering lunch as the biggest meal of the day. According to the eating rules, proper digestion is key to our healthy life. People suffering from unhealthy digestion is said to cause weight gain, constipation, bloating, acidity etcDiabetes: These 5 bitter foods may help you
In today’s world, diabetes comes to be big threat to healthy life. WHO (World Health Organisation) records a global data which indicates that the prevalence of diabetes among adults over 18 years of age has risen from 4.7% in 1980 to 8.5% in 2014. Possibly, the problem may emerge to be the seventh leading cause of death in 2030.Eat chocolate to lose weight: Study
If you are all set for a major weight loss plan, then here is a trick for you. Do add chocolate into your daily diet and see the magic. Yes, a German study concluded that eating chocolate can reduce your waistline, lower your cholesterol and help you sleep.A pill to end diabetic patients pain of insulins
Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a 'holy grail' of insulin in a pill that could help diabetics keep their blood sugar levels in check.Diabetes: These early signs can help you to reduce your risk
Talk about diabetes and you will find one in every family. This one health condition is increasing at alarming rate and now, it has become a serious matter of concern. Official data states that over 50.8 million people suffer from diabetes and India is considered as the ‘diabetes capital” of India. According to the International Diabetes Federation, nearly 9% of the India’s population is likely to be affected from diabetes by 2030.Top Stories