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Try: To Stay Slim And Trim, Stick To Veggies

A study published in the journal Nutrients says lesser the animal products someone consumes, the lower will be his body mass index (BMI) on an average, and he will also tend to be less extrovert.

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Want To Build Your Immunity? Trust Your Gut

Here’s a simple explanation of how our immunity system works, and some natural ways and means to ensure that it runs in top gear

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This Diet Checks Your Cholesterol, Naturally

Here are some diet tips to keep bad cholesterol and heart disease at bay

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Hunger Games: Simple Tips To Feel Full

Try these easy methods to avoid feeling hungry all the time

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In These Troubled Times, The Tough Get Going

These Poshan Champions use a simple instrument, the cellphone, to help pregnant and lactating women

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Lifestyle Tips For A Healthy Monsoon

Monsoon may increase our chances of falling ill quite often. Here are some essential tips to protect ourselves from several infections and diseases during rainy season.

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After Cyclone Amphan Shattered Hopes Of Many In Sundarban, This NGO Comes To Their Rescue

Cyclone Amphan last month caused widespread damage to several parts of Bengal, especially the Sundarban area that left the locals crying in despair. It is then, a local NGO named Calcutta Foodies Club came to their aid.

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Indian-American Soil Scientist Wins World Food Prize For Work To Increase Global Food Supply

Dr Rattan Lal has promoted innovative soil-saving techniques benefiting the livelihoods of more than 500 million small farmers.

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Fatty Liver Disease? Here's How To Reverse It

Reversing fatty liver disease Grade II is rare, but not impossible. Satyendra Garg narrates how he managed to reverse the condition through intermittent fasting and sticking to a proper diet

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Nutrition In The Context Of The COVID-19 Pandemic In India

Here are 6 steps the government must take to ensure that the nutrition needs of vulnerable women and children are not compromised by the pandemic and its fallout.

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