Keto Desserts: 13 Simple No Bake Ketogenic Diet Desserts

One thing that I really love about the ketogenic diet is that it doesn’t make me try to ignore my sweet tooth. Keto desserts are always around to save the day. When your body enters ketosis, you often find that the craving for sweets disappears. However, if you’ve been eating sweet your whole life, like me, then something…

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How safe are probiotics?

Amid the increasing rise of probiotic use in Western society, a recent journal article asks whether we should evaluate the products’ safety with a little more scrutiny. For millennia, humans have consumed foods rich with live bacteria. Yogurt, for instance, dates back to at least 5000 B.C., and in Korea, kimchi — fermented vegetables — has…

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Dieting? 9 Desserts You Can Still Have

Jamun Mint Popsicles-Blend the tarty summer fruit into an ice-y delight. Sprinkle some black salt or chat masala, and lick away your lolly  till your tongue’s purple. Fresh Fruit Parfait– Made with the goodness of fresh fruits, fruit juice, yogurtand nuts, this parfait is the perfect dessert to indulge in while you’re on a diet. Gluten Free Chocolate Cake– This gluten-free chocolate cake is made with almond flour,…

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What Are The Benefits of Controlling Your Emotions?

Emotions are the language of everyone’s mental and emotional state of being. They are normally tied to a person’s social and physical sensory feelings. Emotions are the type of feelings used to react to fear, joy, love, sadness, hate, disgust, and pleasure. However, there are times when people need to control or suppress their emotions…

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Are there good and bad sugars?

Don’t sugar quote it ! Sugar consumption is at its highest level in history. Global consumption of added sugar has increased by a whopping 46% per person per day in the last 30 years. We are born with a preference for sweet foods and sugar has played a vital role in our survival at times…

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Living in a room without air conditioning can impact your memory

Living in dormitories without air conditioning (AC) during a heat wave can lower students’ ability to focus, harm their working memory and increase reaction times, a Harvard study has found. The field study, the first to demonstrate the detrimental cognitive effects of indoor temperatures during a heat wave in a group of young healthy individuals,…

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World Is Dealing With a Massive Sugar Glut. India Is Big Contributor

Sugar stockpiles are poised for a record as slowing demand growth and surging production creates the worst-performing commodity of 2018. Consumers have become increasingly wary of the health impact of their sweet tooth, and companies from canned-fruit maker Del Monte Foods Inc. to snack-food seller Mondelez International Inc. are touting products made with less sugar….

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Shut Chinese companies hit desi pharma players

The shakeup in Chinese factories in the wake of environmental concerns is sending shivers down the spine of the domestic drug industry, with many fearing there will be supply disruptions and inflationary pressures. The environmental disruption in China has led to a massive increase — as high as 120 per cent — in prices of…

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Childhood stress makes your brain mature faster

Stress in early childhood due to negative experiences — such as illness or divorce of parents — may lead to faster maturation of certain brain regions,during adolescence, a new study suggests. The study found that these experiences cause faster maturation of the prefrontal cortex and amygdala — that also play a role in the control…

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8 desserts to help you lose weight

Quick and healthy diet-friendly desserts When you’re trying to cut calories, it seems like dessert is always the first thing to go. While it may be a bad idea to cozy up to a bag of cookies after a hard day at the office, enjoying a sweet, healthy treat now and then is no crime. In fact, the…

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Novel imaging technique can capture over 10k genes at once

In a breakthrough, scientists have developed a new technique that enables them to image 10,421 genes at once within individual cells. The technique, called intron seqFISH (sequential fluorescence in situ hybridisation), is a major advance in being able to identify what goes on across the genome in hundreds of different cells at once. “This technique can be applied to any…

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Here’s The Exact Amount Of Calories In Your Favourite Summer Fruits!

Summers are here in full force and any respite from the incessant heat is welcome. All across the Indian subcontinent, people are adding seasonal vegetables and fruits to their daily diets, either in the solid or juice form. Summer fruits are replete with a number of invaluable nutrients, dietary fibres and electrolytes, which are needed…

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Cockroach Milk Is the Disgusting Superfood Trend That Just Won’t Die

In 2016, scientists discovered that cockroach milk could be a nutritious food source for people. Now, reports are claiming that cockroach milk is the next big superfood trend. One South African company is already offering ice cream made of insect milk. Filed under things you never wanted to hear about again: cockroach milk is apparently…

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Fostering innovation for improved health

Indian medical device industry is dominated by large multinationals with extensive service networks. With the entry of new global players and the growing presence of existing ones, import of medical devices, equipment and consumables witnessed a CAGR of around 6.8% during 2010-2015 in USD terms. Consequently, in 2015, imports accounted for nearly 72% of the market….

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3 Foods That Aren’t Actually Helping You Lose Weight (And The Alternatives)

Weight loss is something that everyone is talking about these days. In times where obesity and heart diseases are increasingly on the rise, health and weight issues are becoming a prime concern for everyone. But more than losing weight, one should focus on maintaining a healthy weight and losing fat. And although youngsters are turning…

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Research warns almost a quarter of the world will be obese by 2045

In 27 years from now, almost a quarter of the global population will be obese, researchers said Wednesday, warning of the mounting medical bill. If current trends continue, 22% of people in the world will be obese by 2045, up from 14% in 2017, according to a research. The startling projections, presented at 2018 European…

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For older adults, a better diet may prevent brain shrinkage

People who eat a diet rich in vegetables, fruit, nuts and fish may have bigger brains, according to a study published in the May 16, 2018, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. “People with greater brain volume have been shown in other studies to have better cognitive abilities, so…

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Regulating salt intake key to prevent hypertension: Experts

Regulating salt consumption is key to prevent hypertension, which is associated with an increased risk of heart disease, heart attack, stroke and heart failure, say experts. Hypertension, also known as high or raised blood pressure, is a condition in which the blood vessels have persistently raised pressure. To lower the risk of heart disease, adults…

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Weight loss diet tip fitness experts swear by, have your breakfast on time

  Your weight loss and fitness plans depend a lot on a healthy diet. Concentrate on your breakfast, fitness experts say. If you delay your morning meal, you could end up gaining weight. Missing out on your breakfast is not good for the system and can actually lead to weight gain, studies have shown. By skipping…

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Ditch cranberry juice for urine infections

Drinking lots of cranberry juice is no way to fix a urine infection, say new draft guidelines from health body the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. Although some studies have claimed it may help, NICE says there is not enough good evidence to recommend it. Instead, people should drink plenty of water or fluids…

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Go Ahead, Treat Yourself… Dark Chocolate Improves Memory, Reduces Stress

Researchers say eating dark chocolate can change your brain wave frequency, providing benefits in memory improvement and stress reduction. It’s well-known to most people with a sweet tooth that dark chocolate can be a healthier indulgence. The sweet treat is packed with fiber and antioxidants, which help prevent cell damage from free radicals. It may…

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Which country has the best food?

(CNN) — We love to write about food. We love to celebrate the good stuff and lambaste the bad. This is our take on some of the best food cultures and destinations, but of course it’s subjective. It’s time to find out once and for all, which cuisine is king as you plan where you’ll travel next. United States…

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ATA18: Why ‘Connected Care’ Is Vital to Evolving Senior Care

The perception that older people are technophobes must change. That was the message from AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins during a keynote address Tuesday morning at the American Telemedicine Association’s annual conference in Chicago. Jenkins said her organization’s mission is to empower seniors as they age, and believes technology — and telemedicine, in particular — will…

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Why Losing Weight Is So Difficult After You Turn 40

Even well-toned actresses like Charlize Theron have discovered that losing weight is tougher as you get older. Here’s the science and what you can do about it. It’s going to be harder to lose weight as you get older. That’s just a fact of life. But what if you’re over the age of 40 and…

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10 desserts you won’t believe are actually healthy

When it comes to dessert, “healthy” is generally not the adjective most people look for. “Decadent,” “creamy,” “chocolatey,” and maybe even “sinful” are probably more enticing when the dessert menu appears. However, what if you could have your cake and eat it too, so to speak? Well, according to ten registered dietitian nutritionists, maybe you…

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Fight non-alcoholic fatty liver disease with these foods in your diet

Due to the increasing incidence of obesity other lifestyle related diseases, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) has emerged as a rising problem. We tell you how to cut down on your risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease by inculcating certain foods as part of your daily diet. But what is non-alcoholic fatty liver disease? It is a term…

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Magnetic fields in electric cars don’t seem to cause pacemaker problems

Electromagnetic fields produced by motors in electric cars don’t appear strong enough to interfere with implanted heart devices like pacemakers and defibrillators, a small German study suggests. All electric motors can produce electromagnetic fields. If these fields are strong enough, they have the potential to disrupt the normal function of implanted heart devices, researchers note…

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