Put these 7 healthy foods on your daily menu to get a trimmer tummy

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Does the new health fad live up to the hype? Here’s all you need to know about cold-pressed juice.

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Ever wondered why you aren’t losing weight in spite of eating at regular intervals, not cheating on your diet, and limiting your calorie intake? Chances are that the sides you indulge in are packing on the calories. And you thought they were harmless, right? We give you 5 sides that most people love, but should avoid if they want to lose weight!

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We are pretty sure you can recall collagen as an ingredient in some of your favourite skin products or from the various beauty related articles that you might have come across. But what exactly is collagen you might wonder. Collagen is the most abundantly found main structural protein in our bodies, in fact in mammals it makes up for 25%-35% of the protein content of the whole body. Collagen is found in the innermost layer of our skin and is best known for keeping our skin looking radiant and youthful. It is also found in hair, nails and intestinal tissue.

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A new study shows that healthy fat intake does not translate into weight gain

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Vegan diet? Give yourself a health boost with this list of vegan superfoods.

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The right foods can help facilitate muscular development and lean tissue growth

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We all have sugar cravings at some time or another. But there are healthier alternatives to get that sugar fix without compromising your health. Read more.

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On Dussehra, allow good choices to outweigh the bad in your diet by learning to differentiate between good fat and bad fat.

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Learn how to activate glutes to ensure the right set of muscles are used during your workout and prevent the occurrence of injuries

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From promoting heart health to weight loss, Coconut and Olive oil both carry a wealth of benefits

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Rich in beneficial nutrients, quinoa is a superfood that can help improve heart, metabolic and immune health

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Apart from keeping your digestive system ship-shape, fibre can protect against cancer and heart disease

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Eating healthy aimed at long term well being is the goal of health conscious foodies. Though there are several diet types that are popular which include many fad diets, there are fewer diets that really do matter and make a positive impact on the health issue in focus. Consuming healthy and avoiding unhealthy eating is the core concept of any diet we choose, with an emphasis on the objective that we want to achieve through a particular kind of diet. Here are the chosen 4 types of diets that you must know about.

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Crash Diets are quick fixes that work in the short term, but eventually lead to weight gain and larger health problems

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You don’t need to binge on eggs and meat to pack on muscle. Try these protein rich vegetarian food items to build muscle

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Some people may prefer the taste of white, but brown rice scores better when it comes to nutritional value and digestion

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Eating out, attending parties or hosting few, especially when you are a foodie- might add in significant amount of heaviness and laze to the body. This is usually due to over consumption of nutrition than the body requires. This laze and heaviness affects most to those who maintain a healthy lifestyle otherwise, by having a cautious eye on what they consume everyday. The need to get all the over loaded proteins and fat out of our body gets shown in the decreased ease to perform normal activities of the day, or eruption on skin, or gastritis. Also, it is good for the body to go through the detox routine once in a month just to keep our bodies rejuvenated and fresh.

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The leftover liquid when the curdled milk is strained (or milk solids separated) is called whey. Whey is blessed with easily absorbable proteins than milk, like α-lactalbumin & β-lactoglobulin. Whey can be the leftover of hung yogurt, chena (paneer), or clabbered raw milk (Clabbered milk is the unboiled milk for 18-24 hours and allowing milk to naturally coagulate).

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Boosting digestive function and improving immunity, probiotic drinks are the new health beverages to indulge in.

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Superfoods rich in Omega 3 and soluble fiber must be incorporated in your weekly menu to keep your heart healthy and strong

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With the local food movement gaining steam across the world, we suggest you opt for Indian Superfoods over exotic ones

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Dried beans, lentils, and peas – more commonly known as beans and dal – are widely used in Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean cuisine. Lentils and dry beans are the product of pulses which have two cotyledons (can be split into two). Various delicious sweet and savory recipes including appetizers, main course, and even desserts are prepared with dals and beans. Especially dals are next only to their staple food – rice and wheat – to the Indian, Pakistani and Middle Eastern cuisine.

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Eggs are the go to breakfast in most of the families all around the world. There are so many dishes that you can make using eggs with other day-to-day ingredients. From boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, omelets to curries, there are a variety of dishes which you can cook for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

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