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Why you should try avocados (and how to buy them)

Many people shy away from buying avocados considering them to be unpalatable. But with its many health benefits, the humble ‘butterfruit’ is on its way to becoming a superfood
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Don’t be misled by what’s on the food label

Understanding a product's nutrition label can be confusing. Here are some pointers to help you out
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The two cardinal rules of eating

Getting the most out of your diet means knowing not just what to eat, but when to eat it, says an accomplished fitness expert
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The correct and incorrect way to eat at work

Most people eat the wrong way and for the wrong reasons, especially at work
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10 amazing reasons to eat oranges this season

Orange, we know, is loaded with vitamin C. But it also contains other essential nutrients like vitamin B, potassium, zinc, manganese, natural sugar and pectin. Let’s look at how this juicy fruit can help us
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A dietician shares her tips for newly married women

If you’ve tied the knot recently, chances are that your diet has gone for a toss. Here’s how you can keep yourself from losing your mind [and your weighing scales from tipping]
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When and what to eat the whole day for optimum health

When you eat is as important as what you eat
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It’s always tea time

Across the cultures of the world, tea is relished—as a refreshing beverage that packs in several health benefits
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Food culture by the roots

A critical look at the revival of hunter-gatherer food culture
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7 health benefits of sprouts + how and what to sprout

Sprouts are a convenient way to augment the nutrition quotient of your meals

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