For your well-being: Having more walnuts improves gut and heart health
A study, published in the Journal of Nutrition, said walnuts may be a heart and gut-healthy snack.
Let kids enjoy a glass of juice, it may improve their diet
While juices do lack fibre, they retain health-promoting nutrients.
FSSAI calls for colour-coded labels on products with high fat, sugar content
The food industry has expressed its concerns over the draft of t...
Saturated fats could actually be good for you
London, Dec 4 (IANS) The long-held belief that saturated fats are unhealthy has been challenged by researchers at University of Bergen in Norway in a new study.
How 'ghee' made a comeback after research showed that saturated fats have no link to obesity
For decades, the jar of ghee on our kitchen shelves came with a huge dollop of guilt. Now, it's making a comeback as a superfood!
Unhealthy coconut oil, beef ban, Maggi row: Food controversies that didn’t fail to amuse us this decade
Indians love a good food controversy.
Regulations may prove to be another Patanjali for FMCG firms
Proposed bans on single-use plastic and on sale of junk foods may prompt FMCG companies to change.
Food regulator slaps notice on McDonald's for disparaging 'ghiya-tori' ad
McDonald's had over the last weekend carried advertisements in newspapers seeking to get traffic at its outlets by allegedly disparaging home cooked food and healthy vegetables. A full page advertisement by McDonald's in newspapers had said, "Stuck with Ghiya-Tori Again? Make the 1+1 Combo you love".
Lose weight and build muscle health: Peanut butter is new superfood
Peanut butter is making it big in India due to increasing health consciousness and rising disposable incomes.
Heart-healthy? Soy protein may help lower cholesterol
Soy protein can reduce LDL cholesterol by three to four per cent in adults.
Stock up your kitchen cabinet with nuts: Eating them twice a week can lower risk of heart attack
Nuts are a good source of unsaturated fat, and benefit heart health.
Nestlé says it can be virtuous and profitable. Is that even possible?
The demands on Nestlé and other corporations are growing as consumers pay more attention to the environmental effect of what they eat. Agri accounts for more than a fifth of greenhouse gas emissions, and plastic production and incineration account for an additional 10% or so. There is no way to avoid climate change without action by the food industry.
What's on your plate? Paleo diet may increase risk of heart disease
The controversial diet excludes grains, legumes, dairy, salt, refined sugar and processed oils.
Do you have food neophobia? You may be at higher risk of type 2 diabetes
The fear of new foods may lower the quality of a person's dietary intake.
Don't skip breakfast; it can increase chance of diabetes by 33 per cent
People who skip the first meal of the day at least four times a week are at a 55% higher risk of contracting the disease.
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