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Ghee vs Oil: Which is better for consumption?


Commonly referred to as clarified butter, ghee is a natural and traditional source of fat often used in Indian kitchen for cooking especially in winters. But these days to maintain fitness, people have started cutting down on ghee and have started to include refined oils in their kitchen which are much more harmful than ghee.

Refined oils are obtained after treating natural oils with various chemicals and thus oil has disadvantages that can turn out to be harmful in the long run. Nickel (chemical) is used in the refinement proces...

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Harmful side effects of Drinking Soda


Do you often drink soda? Do you know it can have a serious impact on health and further leads to cancer?

Sodas are full of sugar, chemicals and have zero nutrition value. Before trying to quench your thirst with it, take a look at the harmful effects of soda drinks on the human body here:

High Sugar ContentOne 12-ounce can of soda contains close to 50 grams of added sugar that counts 13 teaspoons. And, thus exceeds the daily limit of 9 teaspoons of sugar for men and 6 for women. Therefore, an increased level of sugar consump...

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Best and Worst Foods for Diabetics


Have you recently been diagnosed with diabetes? Wanting to know the best food to eat for diabetes? No doubt that the market is flooded with sugar-free food products for diabetes, but doesn’t mean you have to completely give up on eating good tasty food altogether.You can still enjoy having a wide range of delicious food but only when you know what food to avoid with diabetes and what to have.

Here we bring you the list of best and worst foods for diabetics that will help you to keep blood sugar level in the safe range witho...

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Healthy Food Items to include in your Summer Diet


The soaring temperature in summers outside raises the internal body temperature thus increasing the heart rate and making the blood vessels to expand. And, when this blood is pushed outside towards the body surface for cooling, the muscles, brain and other internal; organs are not supplied with enough of blood. This causes heat strokes, heat cramps, severe headaches, diarrhoea, vomiting and in extreme cases it may even lead to death. So drinking ample water is a must! Apart from that fluid with electrolytes should also be consumed dai...

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