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Tea has many healthy properties. Tanushree Kar describes some of them
Whether cutting chai or full cup – an average Indian consumes about five cups of tea per day; so it might be a good idea to talk about the health benefits of tea. Tea is the most commonly consumed beverage in the world after water. Whether it is black, green, or red (oolong) tea, they all contain polyphenols which give tea...
It is an economical source of vegetable protein, complex carbohydrates, dietary fibre and vitamins, points out Tanushree Kar
Ever wondered why the labourer’s little son is healthier than the little rich kid who gorges on burgers and pizzas? Perhaps the answer lies in the diet of dal-chawal which the poor kid survives on and which is the staple diet of many lower middle class households in...
Beware of the expanding midriff in your middle age, advises
If wrinkles and creaky joints were not bad enough, once you cross your 45th birthday, weight begins to accumulate around your waistline. No one is spared - even ectomorphs, the naturally skinny people who have spent their entire life eating what they like without gaining any weight, develop a spare tyre around their...