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When the little girl sang ‘somewhere over the rainbow’ in the classic MGM musical, The Wizard of Oz, she certainly wasn’t referring to food. However, filling your plate with wholesome natural foods that reflect the colours of a rainbow, not only makes a meal more appealing, but healthy too. Here is a primer on a few colours and their association with healthy eating.
We begin with blue....
What’s common between turmeric, tuna, soybean and Mozart? They all boost your brain power, says Tanushee kar
Alzheimer’s disease, the neuro-degenerative disorder characterised by
dementia, hits most people between the ages of 60-80. The lowest incidence of the disease in the world is among residents of rural India: 4.4 times lower than that of Americans. Why is this so? The secret to this...
The benefits are more widespread reports Tanushree Kar, quoting recent studies
Supplementing the diet with folic acid can cut a person’s risk of suffering a stroke by almost 20%; this is what a fresh look at cumulative published research suggests. Although doctors and health authorities have always recommended folic acid supplements and advocated fortifying routine foods with this...