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K'taka Health Dept Dec 9
Contrary to popular perception, a handful of Cashews taken daily don’t increase weight. In fact, Cashew raises good cholesterol in the body, reduces systolic BP & reduces risk of heart disease. Eat 20-25 gm kajus daily !
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FSSAI Dec 3
Dr. Shikha Sharma, Founder, Dr. Shikha's NutriHealth, at LBSNAA, Mussoorie, today, which has been identified by FSSAI as an Eat Right Campus. She discussed the importance of healthy eating to avoid non-communicable diseases, in alignment with the Movement.
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SandeepVarma Dec 8
But despite already selling margarine, you have also started to sell a based spread? How healthy is it for people?
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K'taka Health Dept Dec 5
Grab a few orange-coloured sweet potatoes, boil & make a yummy ‘chaat’! Packed with Vitamin A & C, shakarkandis are far more nutritious than the ordinary potatoes. Since they have a low glycemic index, diabetics too can enjoy them.
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FSSAI Dec 9
Besides being an excellent source of potassium and other nutrients, bananas offer different health benefits on consuming them at different stages of ripeness. Choose one & surprise yourself with its nutritional value!
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Dr Harsh Vardhan Dec 7
Beetroot is a root veggie packed with essential nutrients like Iron, Manganese,Vitamin C, Folate & Fibre. Great in salads, beet is rich in nitrate which ensures heart health. It also lowers blood pressure.
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Dr.Vital Tooth 17h
Eating seasonal fruits ensure to boost an Individual's body defense mechanism against bacterial infections ....
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K'taka Health Dept Dec 3
Feel like a healthy snack or a quick fix dessert?A handful of Raisins is a brilliant idea !Kishmish is packed with vitamins & minerals & has great healing properties. You may even soak them overnight and drink the water. It’s healthy!
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FSSAI Dec 8
Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) values have been standardized for various vitamins & minerals for different age groups, gender, work type, weight, etc. and are available at
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FSSAI Dec 6
Here’s one of the most important lessons from Dr. Harald Stossier, Founder & Director, VIVAMAYR Medi Clinic, Austria at the “Public Lecture - Eat Right, Eat Sustainable,” at FSSAI headquarters today.
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Sugarmedown Dec 6
: From Weight Loss to Diabetes, Here Are 5 Perks Of Eating Dried Apricots
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Ashok Tripathi Dec 3
Please watch video what milk companies are feeding our kids... Take action..
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Renuka Mainde Dec 4
Food Matters because Life Runs on Food Healthy soil are basis for healthy food plants need to grow and flourish. also serve as a buffer to protect delicate plant roots from drastic fluctuations in temperature# Healthy food
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@Arpit Tiwari Dec 6
Garnish your salads and soups liberally with these Calcium-packed ‘Til’ or sesame seeds ! Sesame seeds contain substances that protect the liver & improve skin health. Til and its oil also help in oral and bone health.
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Ministry of Health 14h
Eating a variety of foods and consuming less salt, sugar & saturated and industrially-produced trans-fats, are essential for diet. Morning Yoga session & counselling on healthy diet at HWC Devka in .
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Dr Harsh Vardhan 23h
Switch to a Wholegrains diet! Wholegrains are packed with protein,fiber, B complexes, antioxidants & trace minerals (iron, zinc,copper,magnesium) This diet reduces risk of heart disease,Type 2 diabetes, obesity & some forms of cancer
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CAG Chennai Dec 8
What is and why is it a silent killer? This blog explains how trans fat came to be produced and how it can affect your health.
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CNBC-TV18 News Dec 8
| FSSAI () gives Western Railway's Mumbai Central a 4-star for its standard of food
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Onlymyhealth Dec 7
: Eating a handful of dried apricots daily can provide you with ample benefits. Get complete details in this article.
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