Diabetes Diet: 4 Millet Recipes For A Diabetic-Friendly Filling Breakfast

Diabetes Diet: This jowar medley is rich in fibre, protein and vitamins (representational image) Highlights Breakfast is an important meal for those with erratic blood sugar Millets are rich in protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals Jowar, ragi, bajra etc. can be included in healthy breakfast recipes Breakfast is one of the most important meals of…

Healthy Diet: 4 Soothing Savoury And Sweet Porridge Recipes To Try

Healthy Diet: 4 porridge recipes to help you sail through all seasons Highlights Porridge is considered a boring and mushy meal Porridges are underrated bowl meals, both delicious and nutritious You can make porridge from a whole range of cereals We have all known porridge as that boring, mushy breakfast dish that no one really…

Healthy Diet: 4 Fruits That Are Relatively Rich In Protein

Healthy Diet: Although fruits are not traditionally rich in protein, there do have some protein Highlights Healthy sources of protein should be low in cholesterol and fats Fruits are traditionally not rich in protein Raisins have 3 gm of protein per 100 gram portion When it comes to dietary sources of protein, there is always…

Ketogenic Diet Offers Solution To Obesity Problem In Armed Forces: Study

The high-fat low carb ketogenic diet has been gaining popularity around the world. The diet that was invented to help deal with symptoms of epileptic seizures is now being marketed as a possible quick weight loss solution for millions of people around the world. Although scientific community seems to be divided on whether or not…

From Gut Health to Hemp: These 7 Diet Trends Will Dominate 2019

At least one dietitian hopes people will stop dieting altogether this year, but eating plans appear to be here to stay. The start of a new year is when everyone starts making predictions about what’s to come. In the health arena, that means trying to foresee which diets and nutrition fads will be trendsetters in…

All you need to know about reverse dieting

Reverse dieting, it sounds like a diet turned upside-down. But reverse diet actually means to eat more and do less. Basically, it is a diet where you increase your metabolism by adding calories back into your diet while reducing cardio session instead of cutting calories and spending too much time on the treadmill. However, there is more…