7 Life Hacks for Making Daily Diabetes Care a Breeze

We all lead busy lives. Add in the demands of diabetes, and you might start to feel overwhelmed. Fortunately there’s good news! By making one small change at a time, you can improve your blood glucose levels and overall life with diabetes. Check out our tips and tricks to help you live and thrive every […]

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Is Too Much Protein Bad For You?

First things first. Proteins are great for your body. You need them to build and repair muscles, process nutrients and boost immunity. They are also the building blocks of body tissues, including muscles, blood vessels, hair, skin, and nails. They take a while to digest, making you feel full for longer and curbing untimely cravings. […]

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How to prepare Ghanaian vegetable stew

Ingredients Large Onions Green Bell Peppers 2 Red Bell Peppers 4 Carrots 6 green chillies Ginger 3 Garlic Cloves Tomatoes and tomato paste Salmon Vegetable Oil All purpose spices Method Wash vegetables and cut into chunks Blend the ginger, onions, chillies, garlic and tomatoes. Saute onion in vegetable oil under medium heat. Add two tablespoons […]

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Loss of microbial gut diversity a threat to health?

Our bodies are made up of nearly equal numbers of human and microbial cells. These tiny passengers are vital for our health but are dwindling in number. The human gut is home to bacteria, viruses, fungi, and small worms in some parts of the world. While the average person’s body contains 30 to 40 trillion human […]

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Fit Cop: This Gurgaon Police officer is a role model for his peers and civilians

Assistant sub-inspector (ASI) of Gurgaon Police, Rajbir Singh Siwach says, “I can’t live without gymming!” The fitness-freak has recently won two gold medals for Bench Press (140 kg) at Bodysterone National Body Building Association’s Mr North India, in two categories — Newcomers and Masters. Hailing from Faridabad, the 37-year-old officer, with his 18.1 inch biceps […]

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Losing your sense of smell? You may be at risk of Alzheimer’s disease

People who are unable to distinguish between different smells, such as lemons and petrol, may be at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, a study warns. Damage to brain associated with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) occurs up to 20 years before symptoms start showing. Scientists now believe that simple odour identification tests may help track the […]

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