7 healthy foods that support mental and mental health, according to nutritionists

There is no doubt that a healthy and balanced diet contributes greatly to improving the functions of many organs in the body and increasing the level of physical fitness, but did you know that the diet may also have an effect on mental health? According to Uma Naidoo, a certified psychiatrist and


5 Expert Tips To Give Your Meal A Nutritional Boost

World Nutrition Day is celebrated on 28th May every year. It is an initiative supported by many institutions across the world including the Spanish Federation of Societies of Nutrition, Food and Dietetics (FESNAD). Nutrition is of the utmost importance, especially in the times that we are living t


Should You Be Worried About the Sugar in Fruit?

What is Fructose?Trying every diet but finding no luck? Take a look at your fructose intake. This can be a bit complex, but here are the basics about fructose, so you can read nutrition labels better and understand what you’re eating. Fructose is a type of simple sugar or monosaccharide. Si


The Benefits of Lentils and Creative Ways to Use Them

Lentils are often overlooked, but few superfoods compare to them. Let’s get down to the lentil basics. The lentil is a cousin to the bean, related to legumes like chickpeas and soybeans. Lentils are never eaten off the vine though, they are always dried first. You’re probably most fam


Six ways to cut back on salt and keep the flavour

By Becky Krystal  Salt is everywhere. It serves an important function in keeping our bodies operating, but with modern convenience food and dining habits, it can be easy to overdo it. Limiting sodium intake is a real dietary concern for many people. The best way to do that is to avoid process


Pringles Introduces Limited-Edition Ramen Chip Flavor

After releasing Sour Cream & Onion instant noodles, Pringles‘ Japan division is now introducing a limited-edition ramen chip flavor.The new Kanto Dashi Shoyu Ramen Pringles celebrates the eastern Kanto region of Japan, an area famous for the soy flavored seafood dashi soup base. Drawing


8 Surprising Foods That Prevent Tooth Decay

Dentists reveal what leads to tooth decay and some surprising foods, such as eggs, that can lead to better oral and dental health. Surprising foods that prevent tooth decay You may go for a cup of coffee or tea in the morning followed by a glass of wine in the evening. And perhaps you’re goo


Pumpkin flavored Kit-Kats to hit store shelves in July

Is July too early to break off a piece of pumpkin? Even though fall and Halloween are still several months away, autumnal candies are starting to appear on store shelves. This includes the surprise return on a limited edition Kit-Kat flavor. Pumpkin Pie Kit Kats are starting to


Humans Digestive Systems Can Handle 84 Hot Dogs in 10 Minutes

It's human nature to test our physical limits, but some of us have taken that impulse to the extreme. Athletes spend huge chunks of their lives honing their bodies to swim the fastest or jump the furthest. And it turns out eating is no exception. Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating contest is the ulti


Fight a cold by ... eating yogurt?

This winter, there's a good chance you might be looking for anything and everything to rid yourself of an annoying, lingering and sometimes debilitating cold. You may want to add yogurt to your list of cold-fighting remedies."When it comes to yogurt specifically, I'd say there's not a lot of resear


5 reasons to add walnuts to your diet

Devinder Bains, personal trainer and nutrition coach at Fit Squad DXB, shares her expert advice on the superfood that will help you lead a longer and healthier life.Walnuts are available at most supermarkets and are a cost-effective way to add some real health benefits to your daily diet. They are d


How can some people eat and not get fat, a slimming gene is responsible: Scientists

Scientists have discovered a ‘thinness’ gene that may be the reason why some people can eat and not gain weight, according to new research. A study published by University of British Columbia (UBC) scientist Dr. Josef Penninger and a team of researchers identified a gene called Anaplast


Ramadan: 10 tips for healthy eating during holy month

Ramadan is a joyful time of the year - think Christmas and Thanksgiving rolled into one. Such holidays are always associated with speciality food. Like turkey for Thanksgiving, the holy month - when Muslims abstain from all food and drink from dawn till sunset before marking the completion of the f


Here are the top 10 fastest growing goods online during the coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has prompted authorities around the world to mandate lockdowns with most public areas closed in a bid to prevent the spread of the deadly virus. With people told to stay home, consumers have taken to shopping online. Jeff Bezos, founder of e-commerce-giant Amazon, has seen


Aspirin does not prevent dementia or slow down cognitive decline

Past studies have suggested that the humble aspirin can benefit cardiovascular health. For this reason, some researchers had hypothesized that this drug might also help prevent dementia or at least slow down cognitive decline. A new study, however, now disproves this notion.Historically, doctors hav


How caloric restriction prevents negative effects of aging in cells

If you want to reduce levels of inflammation throughout your body, delay the onset of age-related diseases, and live longer, eat less food. That's the conclusion of a new study by scientists from the US and China that provides the most detailed report to date of the cellular effects of a calorie-res


Healthy eating becomes bread and butter for MENA entrepreneurs

DUBAI - An epidemic of obesity and diabetes is prompting Middle Eastern consumers to embrace healthy eating habits.“There’s a growth in awareness among the region’s health-conscious people who want nutrition-rich food,” said Mitun De Sarkar, a UAE-based nutritionist and found


Scrap 'quick-fix diets and tea-toxes' this New Year

Diet pills, "tea-toxes" and appetite suppressant products are no quick fix, says Prof Stephen Powis, NHS medical director. Products making this claim can have side-effects, including diarrhoea and heart issues, he warns. Getting in shape safely takes time and requires eating sensibly, and exerci



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