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Healthy by choice: 33.2 per cent women always check nutritional value of foods; breakfast favourite meal for 41.5 per cent

Most women prefer to cook their meals in sunflower oil.

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Nov 27, 2018, 02.14 PM IST
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Most women consider breakfast to be the most important meal of the day, according to a survey done by SHEROES, a women-only online community platform that helps women with career guidance, health and lifestyle.

Among 900 respondents in the survey on eating habits, almost 43% said they consumed fruits more than once a week, 33.6% of women said they tend to eat frozen foods at least once a month.


Snacks followed by instant noodles featured high in the ready-to-eat category. Here are more findings:


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Diet food contains fewer calories, and serves as a healthier alternative to conventional snacks such as potato chips, burgers and other fast food. Experts at have listed some of the healthy diet snacks and food that could be consumed on different days of the week.

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