In the last few years, India has become one of the world’s largest milk producers with the production of more than 150 million tonnes. India ensures that more than 300 grams of milk per person are available daily. World Milk Day is celebrated all over the world. Here are some things you need to know about its importance.
Did you know, humans require more than 20 mineral elements for the body to function properly?
On the National Walnut Day, that falls on May 17 every year, let’s remember the goodness of these crunchy ol’ nuts
Cooking food is no longer a scheduled task just about cooking and eating, there is awareness, conscience awakening and science attached to it today.
The study investigated whether people who regularly ate higher quantities of nitrate-rich vegetables, such as leafy greens and beetroot, had lower blood pressure
Seema, who had travelled extensively for her blog had documented both street food and other places where people could try out the best kind of cuisine from wherever she travelled.
Most parties and gatherings are usually always accompanied with fizzy beverages. The sugar levels in these drinks are very high. Try replacing these drinks with natural immunity-boosting juices, green tea and butter milk.
According to World Health Organization (WHO), hidden hunger occurs when the quality of food people eat does not meet their nutrient requirements, so the food is deficient in micronutrients such as the vitamins and minerals that they need for their growth and development. Deficiencies in iron, vitamin A and iodine are the most common around the world, particularly in children and pregnant women.
The team found that to improve mental well-being of young men, dietary and lifestyle approaches include frequent exercise, moderate dairy consumption, high meat intake, as well as low consumption of caffeine and abstinence from fast food.
Every year, World Idli Day is celebrated on 30 March. This day was first celebrated in 2015 through Chennai Idli Caterer Anniavan.
The delicious South Indian staple, Idli that can be served in any meal has become a staple for the entire country and the reason is its simple recipe and many health benefits.
Dahi vada are soft lentil fritters soaked in creamy yogurt.
Popularly known as festival of colours, Holi is celebrated in myriad ways around the country.
Gujiya is a North Indian sweet made with ingredients like Khoya, sugar, almonds, green cardamom, semolina and flour. It is then fried in oil and ready to be served.
A new study found that eating just one rasher of bacon a day could increase your chances of developing the disease by 44 per cent.
The research, published in the journal Nutrients, confirms and expands on a 2019 study which found that a daily snack of almonds in place of other nut-free snacks improved measures of wrinkle width and severity in postmenopausal women.
For the study, published in the journal Neurology, the team analyzed health data from 209,508 men and women, who did not have cardiovascular disease or cancer at the start of their participation.
Many devotees on this day keep vrat to get blessings from Lord Shiva. Considering the vrat tomorrow, the Sabudana Khichdi will be the perfect comfort food for the devotees.
With Shivratri comes the Vrat dishes. Here are top 3 Vrat dishes you can prepare at home.