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Study Shows Less Sugar May Assist In Muscle Repair

A diet low on sugar may help keep our muscles healthier for longer, suggests a study. Healthy muscles are an important part of a...

High Intake Of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages During Adolescence Can Affect Brain

High intake of sugar-sweetened beverages during adolescence can affect brain development and cause impairments in learning and memory in adulthood, shows a study conducted...

Eating Too Much Sugar In Childhood Can Alter Your Microbiome For Life

Eating too much fat and sugar as a child can alter your microbiome for life, even if you later learn to eat healthier, a...

Higher Consumption Of Ultra-Processed Foods Linked To Risk Of Death

Consuming a high amount of ultra-processed foods may increase the risk of death from any cause by 26 percent, and 58 percent specifically from...

Hyaluronic Acid Is An Extraordinary Ingredient And A Boon To Skincare

Hyaluronic acid has recently become such a hyped ingredient, but the popularity is acceptable because the ingredient provides what it claims to -- anti-aging. What...

Diabetes Spreading Drastically in India

Several medical studies have shown that India has fast become the diabetes capital of the world with a large percentage of patients suffering from...

Diabetes Affecting Indians At an Early Age

One in every four individuals under 25 years of age has shown diabetic levels, a condition is usually seen in the age group 40-50...

Six Usual Misconceptions About Diabetes

Amid an ongoing pandemic, various studies have revealed that people with diabetic conditions are at a higher risk of severe clinical outcomes of COVID-19. Practo...

Controlling Diabetes in This Festive Season

From sugar-laden sweets to snacks and feasts heavy on oil and salt, especially with the delicacies in India, festive eating tends to tip towards...

This Festive Season Replace Your Table Sugar By A Shrub

With the festivities kicking in, first Dussehra and Navratri, Diwali round the corner, and it's only a matter of time before Christmas; the calories...

Sweeten Your Food With Low Calorie Sweeteners

The pandemic might be overstaying its welcome, but the past few months have taught us to prioritise our health and well-being to ensure fitness...

Smartly Manage Your Sweet Cravings Amid the Lockdown

They say tough times don't last, tough people do. With the Covid-19 pandemic restricting ones day-to-day movement outdoors, it is extremely crucial to set...

Here are Some Uncommon Reasons for High Blood Pressure

We all know diet, age and genetic history are common risk factors for high blood pressure. Dr Praveen Gupta, Director, Neurology, Fortis Memorial Research Institute...

Ways to Ensure Proper Nutrition in Your Diet

Monitoring whats on your plate is a good way to tell if you are just filling yourself up with empty calories or getting healthy...

Sweeten Your Lockdown With Interesting Fruit Recipes

With the COVID-19 situation, your summer may appear to be a tad dull, but it doesnt have to be! Cooking seems to have hit the...

Common Myths and Facts About Low-Calorie Sweeteners

With the desire to stay fit and ensure a healthy lifestyle there has been an inclination towards choosing food that is low in calories....

Most People Find Living Without Sugar Uncomfortable: Survey

What is the one thing in the world that can unify the Indians? It's sugar, honey! Yes in a country like ours which is...

Here’s How Sugar Relates to Cancer

Its commonly heard that sugar causes cancer or makes it grow faster. In some ways, this makes sense. Every cell in your body uses...

This AI can Detect Low-Sugar Levels Without any Fingerprick Tests

Researchers have developed a new Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based technique that can detect low-sugar levels from raw ECG signals via wearable sensors without any fingerprint...

Women Take More Sugar Than Men: Survey

The average intake of added sugar is more among women than in men said a survey report on Monday. A survey was undertaken by Indian...

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