Food

Healthy recipe: Green tomato relish

Green tomatoes contain an alkaloid called tomatine, which may effectively fight cancer cell while this B-complex vitamin rich vegetable help your body use protein, fat and carbohydrates to produce energy.

Try it! Healthy Holiday Sip

Cinnamon, Turmeric-spiced drinks may be Instagram gold, but the smells, tastes, and looks of fall are far more than just a festive ploy for "likes": Winter's spices possess health powers too.

TIPS: Make your Christmas cake a bit different

Decorating a Christmas cake isn’t a difficult task, especially if you have kids. Yeah true! with all of the shopping, cooking and cleaning, may be you don’t have enough time to think of the ways to make your Christmas cake more unique and delicious.

Slow cooker Chicken and Dumplings

This is an easy slow cooker recipe that cooks while you are at work! It is wonderful on a cold day. The children who are picky eaters will love this! Enjoy!

Apple, a storehouse of vitamins and minerals

‘An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is certainly no exaggeration, for the mighty apple is indeed a storehouse of vitamins, minerals and many other valuable substances. In fact, apple consumption has been associated with reduced risk for a number of diseases, including cancer, particularly lung cancer, as well as cardiovascular diseases, asthma and type 2 diabetes.

Wintry recipe: Chicken Rice Casserole

Chicken pieces and rice baked slowly in milk and cream of chicken soup. A simple, creamy casserole. You can also use a whole (2 to 3 pound) chicken, cut into pieces. The choice is yours so choose and choose well! Then enjoy!

Christmas Special : Melting snowman biscuits

Get little ones in the kitchen to assemble these cute Christmas Special biscuits - sticky fun for a wintry afternoon.

Shun midnight snacking to ward off obesity

It is not just a high-fat diet, but the extended eating time - a consequence of people consuming midnight snacks - that may contribute to your body weight, a study co-authored by an Indian-origin scientist suggests.

Eggnogg cake for Christmas

You can really taste the eggnog in this lovely, rich, moist cake. No eggnog? No problem. You can make enough for the recipe in a jiffy. Nothing says Southern hospitality like this impressive cake. If you like, set aside and tint 1/4 cup of the frosting to your desired shade for decorating the top.

Take vitamin C if exercise makes you cough: Study

If you show symptoms of respiratory disorders such as cough or sore throat after a session of vigorous exercise, increasing your vitamin C intake could offer relief, says a study.

Why we don’t need milk

Almost no one will dispute that when a baby is born, breast milk is the best nutrition a mother can provide. All mammals nurse their young, and breast milk benefits a newborn infant in ways above and beyond nutrition. In fact, until 1 to 2 years of age, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the World Health Organization, the Institute of Medicine and more promote breast-feeding as optimal.

Organic recipes for diabetics

Diabetics needn't restrict themselves to boring soups and fat-free snacks.

Exposure to loud noise can damage hearing

An Indian-origin audiologist in the US has warned about the impending dangers to hearing because of loud noise.

Rely on garlic to fend off cold

With the season changing in the city, flu, cough and fever are on the rise. Raw garlic is one of the most essential natural remedies to fend off these common ailments.

Pitha fad during winter

Pitha is a local version of cakes. Among the many variations and choices, Bhapa, Chitoi, Puli are the common ones. These are found in almost all the regions of the country. Adding new ingredients to the basic recipe creates mouth watering varieties.

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