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Coconut Custard by Pantry Half Full

Coconut Custard by Pantry Half Full

Stuck for dessert? Make a delicious yet simple Coconut Custard at home as Grow features Panty Half Full’s recipe:   For the full recipe, go to http://pantryhalffull.com/vattiliappam-watalappam-recipe/ Pantry Half Full is a food vlog featuring videos of simple recipes, made using ingredients that are easily available or already in your pantry. Started by Safrina Nishad, an Indian-born food enthusiast who currently resides in London, her aim is to put everyday recipes under the limelight. She has a background in food writing,…

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Hypothyroidism by Nikisha Mewada, Clinical Nutritionist

Hypothyroidism by Nikisha Mewada, Clinical Nutritionist

Hypothyroidism is a disease which has targeted a massive population in the last decade like a wildfire. It’s a condition in which the body lacks sufficient hormone function and can’t make enough thyroid hormones for normal metabolism in the body. When the thyroid hormone levels are too low and the body’s cells can’t get enough of them, the body’s processes start slowing down, leading to fatigue, dry skin, constipation and even forgetfulness and depression.

Is Your Diet And Fitness Plan Right For Your Body Type?

Is Your Diet And Fitness Plan Right For Your Body Type?

  You already know that genes have a role to play in your body structure. But don’t let that excuse come in the way of looking and feeling the best you can. In this post, we’ll talk about the three main body types: ectomorphs, endomorphs and mesomorphs, and how by understanding more about the characteristics of the three, you can customise your diet and fitness routine to get maximum results.  

Why You Need Superfoods In Your Daily Diet

Why You Need Superfoods In Your Daily Diet

Almost a decade ago, the World Health Organisation had sounded a warning on the increasing rate of urban mortality in India. It was estimated that by 2020, almost 65% of urban deaths will be due to “lifestyle diseases” such as diabetes, obesity, stroke, cancer and depression, among so many others.

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