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  • What are the health benefits of eat Banana daily  title=
    What are the health benefits of eat Banana daily

    Bananas are blessing to mankind. This naturally sweet fruit is loaded with lots of health benefits. They taste so good that you may either have them alone or pair them with other fruits to make dessert, sweet dish, snacks etc.

  • How to keep nutrients intact in food  title=
    How to keep nutrients intact in food

    Raw foods are said to be the healthiest for the body as cooking through traditional methods such as frying or baking causes a significant nutrient loss. However, there are a few other methods through which you can enjoy your favourite foods while deriving considerable health benefits from them.

  • Do’s and Dont’s in Haemorrhoids: Diet for piles patients  title=
    Do’s and Dont’s in Haemorrhoids: Diet for piles patients

    A person with haemorrhoids suffers a lot and so special care should be taken to cure piles, especially in terms of food habit. A proper diet and some exercises can help him/her to get rid of this serious health problem.

  • Healthy diet may not prevent effects of high salt intake  title=
    Healthy diet may not prevent effects of high salt intake

    If you tend to consume a healthy diet just to thwart the effects of high salt intake, think twice. A diet rich in fruits, whole grains and green leafy vegetables, might not balance out the risks caused by foods with higher salt content, researchers have warned.

  • TB drug becomes more effective with Vitamin C: Study  title=
    TB drug becomes more effective with Vitamin C: Study

    Vitamin C can be very beneficial for the human body as it immunes us from several diseases. In a recent study, the scientists have claimed that TB drugs become more effective if they get Vitamin C boost in our body.

  • High-fiber diet helps in increasing immune system, may cure diabetes  title=
    High-fiber diet helps in increasing immune system, may cure diabetes

    A diet rich in high-fiber foods - such as fruits, vegetables, legumes and whole grains - encourage the production of short-chain fatty acids that are beneficial for the immune system and may help protect against the onset of Type 1 diabetes, a study shows.