Is Caffeine Good or Bad?
Many of us, follow the morning ritual of getting that cup of coffee/ tea religiously. And when someone tells you otherwise, we say that, I can’t work without my morning fix. The FDA states that 80% of adults take caffeine in the form of coffees, teas, sodas or perhaps energy drinks. Dr. Stephen Juraschek, states that although caffeine can give a temporary boost to your body, the impact of the caffeine depends on the source and quantity.
Time your Carbohydrate Intake Wisely
Carbohydrates are an important part of a balanced diet. But due to unhealthy carbs (like refined, polished ones- maida, white rice, sugars), they’ve got a bad reputation.
Health Challenges of being Underweight
While obesity is a serious public health issue, being underweight is also a challenge that many people deal with. Since weight loss is an issue in the limelight, we may not be aware that there are those who also struggle to gain weight.
The Dangers of Going Gluten Free When You Don?t Need To
Some health gurus and fitness freaks are increasingly on the anti-gluten warpath. Usually gluten free foods were found in health food stores if they were stocked at all. But these days our supermarkets contain food products that carry a ‘gluten- free’ label. But is gluten really all that bad for us?
Phosphorous - The Calcium Partner
Phosphorous is needed to make protein for all the cells and tissues, for their growth, maintenance and repair.
Stand Up Against The Sitting Disease!
Are you comfortable, sitting down.. reading this? Well, don’t be!
Make Way for Macadamia!
You can get the health benefits of Macadamia in many ways-
Mood and Energy Boosters for the New Mother
Postpartum nutrition plays an important role for a new mother. She needs healthy food and all the energy she can get.
10 Nutrition Guidelines for your Child's Health
When it comes to healthy eating for children, some parents are at a loss of what exactly constitutes a balanced and healthy diet.
12 Nutrition Tips for Marathon Runners
While preparing for a marathon, a good training regimen is important and starts months ahead. In addition, a runner needs adequate nutrition to provide sufficient energy and foods that aid in recovery and fitness.