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    Weight Management Issues: Frequent Travel

    The biggest problem with dieting while on the move is that you may not be able to plan your next meal. Its important to make a conscious decision to eat healthy wherever you stop over.
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    Tags: Calcium, Selenium, Fatty Acid, Hat, Iron, Vitamin


    Diwali

    The word Diwali has its origin from the Sanskrit word "Deepavali" which means "rows of light". Diwali is the festival that falls on the night of "Amavasya" (no moon) but the "diyas" we light gives us the message of spreading light and driving the darkness
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    Tags: Poaching, Steaming, Stew, Nutrition, Boil, Diwali


    Kids and Vegetables and Colors!

    Most parents realize that different kinds of vegetables should be a significant part of their kid's daily diet because vegetables are a good source of dietary fiber, vitamins as well as minerals.
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    Go Bananas? Were Monkeys really our ancestors?

    Bananas might be one of the few fruits which can be eaten raw, deep fried, baked in their skin in a split bamboo
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    Tags: Meditation, Calcium, Selenium, Fatty Acid, Iron, Nutrition


    Diabetes: What You Eat Affects Your Body Functions

    It has been discovered that eating 5 to 6 small meals a day, is healthier than eating loads of food at one sitting. Here are some more tips to help you prevent Diabetes.
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    Tags: Homeopathy, Dehydration, Insulin, Nausea, Cancer, Cholesterol


    Vegetable Fried Rice

    Serves: 2   Ingredients:   2 cups cooked rice, long grained, preferably one day old 1 tsp. garlic puree 1/2 tsp. ginger puree 2 tsp. vegetable oil 1/2 tsp. sesame oil 1 tsp. sambal oeleck (or any hot sauce - optional) 1 cup mixed
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    Chicken Fried Rice

    Serves: 2 Ingredients: 0.5 cup uncooked white rice 1 tablespoon butter 200 g skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - cubed Salt (depending upon the amount of sodium restriction) 2 eggs, beaten 3/4 cup sliced mushrooms 2 green onions,
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    Oven Fried Fish

    Serves: 2   Ingredients:   2 Pomfret fillets 1 Egg 2 tablespoon Skim Milk 1/2 cup Potato Flakes 1/4 teaspoon Black Pepper   Method:   Mix egg and milk together. Stir together potatoes and pepper. Dip fish in
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    Oven Fried (Low Sodium) Fish

    Serves: 2   Ingredients:   2 Pomfret fillets 1 Egg 2 tablespoon Skim Milk 1/2 cup Potato Flakes 1/4 teaspoon Black Pepper   Method:   Mix egg and milk together. Stir together potatoes and pepper. Dip fish in
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    Fried Fish and Chips


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    Diabetes

    Diabetes is characterized by an abnormally high level of blood glucose in the urine. It results from relative lack of insulin which leads to abnormalities in carbohydrate metabolism and the metabolism of protein and fat. Ancient scholars of Ayurveda
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    Acidity

    Acidity is a common problem now-a-days. The excess production of acid by the gastric glands of the stomach, results in the condition known as acidity. It occurs when hydrochloric acid, an important constituent of digestive juices, makes its way upwa
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    Insomnia

    Insomnia literally means a complete lack of sleep. However, in practice it is used to denote a relative inability to sleep. In other words, it is difficulty in falling asleep or difficulty in remaining asleep, early final awakening or combination of
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    Painful Menstruation

    Also known as dysmenorrhoea, menstrual cramps can affect as many as eight out of ten women at some point of their lives. Medical science proposes that primarily dysmenorrhoea is caused by excess production of prostaglandins (a hormone which regulates
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    Gall Bladder Stone

    The main problem which affects the gall bladder is an inflammatory condition known as cholecystitis and the presence of gallstones in the gall bladder, which is called cholelithiasis. The former often leads to the latter. Gallstones are usually cause
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    Injera-a traditional Ethiopian crepe/dosa

    When we first tried Ethiopian food, we were surprised at how similar it is to Indian cuisine. The food is spicy and there are a lot of stir-fried vegetables/green leafy vegetables and even a kind of ‘dal’ along with meat/poultry. Traditi
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    Happy HEALTHY Easter

    The DesiDieter team would like to wish everyone a Hop, hop, hoppy & Healthy Easter! In our endeavor to make your (and our own) life healthier, here are some ideas to make this Easter a little healthy for all: For the Easter egg hunt: Kids love t
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    Ask The Diet Expert

    On account of Health Awareness Campiagn At DesiDieter, We Answer All Your Queries And Share Them With All Our Readers. Bringing You Some Interesting Q & A's What is the ideal way to start a day? Start your day with a combination of carbohydrate
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    It is Time To Spring Clean Your Diet

    With spring just around the corner, people are getting ready to welcome the warmer months by clearing the junk, dust and dirt accumulated over the past few months and storing away the woollies for the next winter. This year along with spring cleaning
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    New Year Weight Loss Tips

    New Year Weight Loss Tips It’s that time of the year when everyone one tends to make resolutions for the New Year. If like always, losing weight is on the top of your list, then here are some tips to keep in mind:   Exercise-the lates
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