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    Cancer Fighting Foods

    Diet plays a vital role in reducing cancer risks and there are also foods that can alleviate the symptoms if cancer is already present in individuals. These food sources are rich in nutrients and other agents that inhibit abnormal cell growth and reproduc
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    Tags: Selenium, Fatty Acid, Hat, Iron, Nutrition, HDL


    HEALTH BENEFITS OF VARIOUS VEGETABLES

    The human body requires a balance of nutrients to keep it going at a normal pace
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    Bone Up to Health

    With proper nutrition, physical activity, regular checkups and screening we can have strong bones and live longer.
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    Tags: Heartburn, Potassium, Power, Vitamin, Overweight, bones


    Rainbow Diet

    Human life is incomplete without the colors. Have you ever thought of the importance and role of color in our daily life? Psychologically there are four prime colors - red, blue, yellow and green.
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    Cancer Fighting Vegetables

    Researcher says that 90% cancers can be prevented with the help of proper nutrition, life style modification and regular exercise. Today we are exposed to pollution, stress, and cigarette smoke, industrial waste which is increasing chances of getting canc
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    Shrimp with Vegetables

    Serves: 2 Ingredients: 100 g Medium Shrimp 5-10 Beans 250 g Pumpkin 1 medium Carrots 1 medium Potato 3 to 4 small Zucchini 2 cup flowers Broccoli 1/2 medium Cabbage 1 large Onion For Masala 1 teaspoon Panchphoran - (Panchphoran is a mix
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    Broccoli & Mushroom Steamed Rice


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    Crunchy Vegetable Salad


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    Broccoli mushroom stew with croutons and alfalfa sprouts


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    Tawa Vegetables

    Serves: 2 Ingredients: 50 g ladies finger (bhindi) 50 g Baigan 50 g Karela 50 g beans 50 g cauliflower 50 g broccoli 1 tbsp Oil 1 tbsp Lemon juice 1/2 tsp Red chilli powder 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp Dhaniya powder Salt to tast
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    Peptic Ulcer

    A peptic ulcer is an area of erosion in the mucous membranes of the stomach or duodenum, the upper portion of the intestine, directly below the stomach. Ulcers are in part caused (and can be worsened) by the corrosive action of the gastric acids. Gas
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    Flatulence

    Flatulence is the emission of gases present in the intestine. The mixture of gases 'flatus' is released under pressure and creates a sound accompanied by a foul odor. Apart from causing discomfort and pain due to bloating, it also causes social embar
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    Low Immunity

    In medical terms, having immunity means that you have resistance to infection or a specified disease. So if you have low immunity, it means your immune system isn't up to par and that you have a greater chance of getting the germ-du-jour. There are m
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    10 Ways to Sneak more Vegetables into your Diet

    The benefits of eating a diet rich in vegetables are many - from lowering cholesterol, controlling sugar levels, aiding in weight loss and fighting cancer to relieving constipation. However, most dietitians still feel that the common man is not eatin
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    A Family that Eats Together Stays Healthy

    We love our family. We earn for our family. We cook for our family. We should EAT one meal with our family daily. A family that eats at least one meal together has many health benefits to it: Improves Family Bond - Sitting and sharing a meal in
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    Brocolli salad

      This easy antioxidant packed salad is perfect to take for a picnic or to be included along with any light meal.   Ingredients: Serves 4 Broccoli: 1 small (cut into little flowerets) Hung curd/ Greek yogurt (fat-free)-1 cup Raisins:
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    Kareena Kapoor Likes This 'Green'

    Broccoli Broccoli is very low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It is also a good source of Protein, Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), Thiamin, Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Selenium, and a very good source of Di
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    Reduce the Stroke and Heart Disease Risk with Potassium Rich Foods

    As per the latest reports the Potassium rich foods reduce the Stroke and Heart disease risk. "The average dietary potassium intake in most countries worldwide is much lower than recommended by health authorities, and increasing potassium inta
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Veg Wholesome Meal

1.5 cup Ven pongal + 1/2 katori Spring onion chutney +

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