Diets with better asthma outcomes are characterized by being healthier, with greater consumption of fruits, vegetables and whole grain cereals.
The government has asked people to "stop consumption of raw date palm sap" and take special precaution when it comes to consuming mangoes that have fallen off trees and lying under them this season.
Juicy fruits like watermelon, oranges, tomatoes can help get rid of summer woes but also eradicating skin related problems.
On World Asthma Day today, here we provide you with useful and smart diet recommendations to ensure that you live longer and keep that Asthma at bay.
Consuming raw fruits and vegetables in their unmodified form can help you in lowering symptoms of several mental health related issues.
Eating citrus fruits like grapefruits, lemon and oranges can reduce the risk of dementia by almost a quarter
Consumption of two or three foods which are counted in the Mediterranean diet can cut the risk of colorectal cancer by half,
There are many fruits which not only keep us hydrated in summer but also helps in making our skin glow.
Eating enough fruits and vegetables regularly could be the mantra to achieve a good looking and attractive skin
You must have heard it plenty a times that an apple a day keeps a doctor away. But do you know that fresh fruits can reduce the risk of diabetes by 12%?
Eating potassium rich foods like sweet potatoes, avocados, beans, spinach, bananas can help lowering the blood pressure, a study says.
If you are a woman and want to cut out on stress, add 5-7 servings of fruit and vegetables daily to your plate, a new study has revealed. This habit may lead to a 23
researchers, after a lot of struggle, claim to have identified the cause of the distressing illness and it’s shocking.
Emphasising on the importance of fruit diet, Celebrity chef Ranveer Brar said that a human body can survive on fruit diet for a lifetime. It is the only food habit that can do such thing.
Researchers at MIT, including one of Indian origin, have created a new handheld device to analyse whether a fruit is ripe or not. Using a small sensor, this gadget measures the glow of chlorophyll
It is believed that about one third of the food produced annually in the world for human consumption goes to waste. The problem could be solved with the coming of this new technique developed
New Delhi: Besides following a hydrating and high fibre diet that will help to stay cool, also indulge in power-packed foods to stay energised, says an expert. Dolly Kumar, health expert, founder and Director at