Are your everyday “healthy” foods secretly making you fat? Watch
Ramadan (also known as Ramadhan or Ramzan), the ninth month in the Islamic calendar is a time when Muslims around the world focus on prayer, fasting, giving to charity and religious devotion. Here are a few tips for a healthy Ramadan this year:
They seem innocuous enough and form part of one meal or the other every single day. And yet, they’re exactly what’s stopping us from shedding the excess flab. Here are five everyday foods that make us fat:
What kind of food do you eat when you are dieting? Do you shy away from ghee, fats and oils? What if we told you that eating fat in healthy quantities, in lieu of sugars, might actually help you LOSE weight? Read on to find out.
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.