5 daily food items to boost your mental and physical health

Image Source : INSTAGRAM/AGGERYWALE Jaggery, or gur is high on nutritional value Highlights Jaggery boosts immunity and can be eaten raw or put in meals for added flavor Dates are great for brain health. Date palm fruits reduces the risk for Alzheimer’s disease Coconut can help you increase the intake of the micronutrients each day … Read more

From sourdough to white loaf: Nutritionist’s ultimate guide to best and worst supermarket breads

Bread has been a dietary staple for thousands of years, and is a significant source of carbohydrates and B group vitamins which play important roles in energy production. Less processed varieties of bread such as rye, wholegrain and artisan sourdough also offer a range of other nutrients – including dietary fibre, vitamin E, zinc and … Read more

How to make your diet more sustainable, healthy or cheap — without giving up nutrients

People choose certain foods or change their diets for a range of reasons: to improve their health, lose weightsave money or due to concerns about sustainability or the way food is produced. Consider the trend towards low-fat products in the 1980s and low-carb diets in the 1990s, and now, the rise in plant-based protein products … Read more

2 Nutritional Reasons Sunlight Isn’t Turning Your Brain Productivity On

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. What’s all the recent rave about light viewing for productivity? I’ve been feeling like a plant lately, chasing the sun in the morning, closing my petals to bright light at night — all for the sake of high performance. Related: 3 Ways Executive Leaders Can Cultivate a … Read more

A nutritionist shares the cooking spice she ‘always keeps in the kitchen’ for a healthy immune system

1. Swap out salt for turmeric on vegetables Cutting back on sodium is always a good idea, and turmeric can pack a ton of flavor and seasoning. A teaspoon of turmeric has less than one milligram of sodium, according to the USDA. In comparison, one teaspoon of table salt has 2,360 milligrams of sodium — … Read more

Is coffee good for your memory? A Harvard brain expert shares how she maximizes its health benefits

Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages in the world. And with today’s massive amount of research on how what we consume affects our health, it’s no surprise that these ground seeds are being investigated. The question is: To what extent is drinking coffee good for your brain? In 2017, Boukje van Gelder and … Read more

What to Know About the American Heart Association’s New Dietary Guidelines

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New Research Says Eating Prunes May Prevent Bone Loss in Older Women

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5 Foods that give your immune system a much-needed boost

Do you find yourself falling sick as the season changes? Or every time a new variant comes up? Or there is a viral fever going around in your social circle and immediately you find yourself coughing and catching a cold? No worries! Most often than not, it is your body’s defense mechanism trying to take … Read more

School lunch rules updated to help ease pandemic disruptions

Low-fat chocolate milk instead of only non-fat. Fewer whole-grain offerings. Less severe salt limits. The Biden administration issued transitional standards for school lunches Friday that are meant to ease the path for cafeterias to get back on a more healthful course as they recover from pandemic and supply chain disruptions. Schools have struggled to meet … Read more