Food & Health Archives - Page 4 of 6 - India Today News

Around 6 million Europeans have quit smoking with e-cigarette use
The study also found that the use e-cigarettes has largely been confined to smokers, with minimal use by non-smokers. (Source: Pixabay/inspired images) Use of electronic cigarettes, [...]
9
Like
Save
Nigella Lawson tells UK court she took cocaine
Celebrity cook Nigella Lawson told a court she had taken cocaine several times including when being subjected to “intimate terrorism” by her millionaire ex-husband Charles Saatchi,in the latest dramatic twist in a trial that has gripped Britai [...]
5
Like
Save
Japan food seeks heritage gong as young spurn rice
Washoku,the traditional cuisine of Japan,is being considered for designation as part of the world’s priceless cultural heritage by the U.N. this week. But even as sushi and sake booms worldwide,purists say its finer points are candidates for the end [...]
15
Like
Save
Walnuts beneficial for curing inflammation, improving metabolism
Walnuts are the only nut which contains a significant amount of alpha linolenic acid, plant-based omega-3 fatty acid required by the human body that must to be obtained through the diet, says [...]
8
Like
Save
Flight of Fancy
This restaurant boasts of having the largest bar in the city with a menu that resembles a culinary atlas. Epicuria, in Nehru Place, is creating quite a buzz in Delhi’s culinary ci [...]
12
Like
Save
Drinking ample water, healthy diet the best ways to detox
Ishi Khosla Drinking copious amounts of water, juices, gorging on salads and laxatives, along with enemas, colonic irrigation along with fasts to detox is the new age mantra to get you in shape. The word ‘detox’ is being heard far more often than ever [...]
13
Like
Save
New device launched to detect colorectal cancer
Cancer cells (Above)(representational Photo/File photo) Colorectal cancer, which is gradually turning to be a major health-concern among the Indian population, can be prevented with [...]
11
Like
Save
Texting million people in India improves diabetes prevention
A man receiving text. (Representational image/Source: Flickr.com) One million people in India who received text messages twice a week advising them to exercise, eat less fat, and [...]
12
Like
Save
Vikas Khanna gears up for new show ‘Coastal Curries’
  In the new season of Twist of Taste, celebrity chef Vikas Khanna discovers something more to seafood. Fishing  nets and coconut trees, colourful people and terrific tales, s [...]
10
Like
Save
Dubai food festival to showcase Kerala’s cuisines
The festival which will start on Friday will witness the presence of over 26 celebrity chefs including Indian Chef Sanjeev Kapoor. Kerala’s rich culture and cuisines will be s [...]
5
Like
Save
Meat is equal to sugar in regard to obesity: Study
The study differs from previous research into links between meat and obesity, which have linked meat’s fat content to weight problems. A new study says that meat intake is as harm [...]
13
Like
Save
Consumption of Soy may prevent diabetes, heart disease in women with PCOS
  Soy isoflavones are naturally occurring, plant-based estrogens found in the soybean plant. According to a recent study, consuming soy may be beneficial to improving metabolic [...]
13
Like
Save
Four Delhi restaurants among Asia’s best 50
ITC Maurya’s famed Bukhara features at number 27 and is well known for Daal Bukhara. (Express Archive) Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants awards, organised by William Reed Media, ha [...]
12
Like
Save
Vegans have lower death rates than meat-eaters: Study
Every three percent increase in calories from plant protein was found to reduce risk of death by 10 percent. A study finds out that not having any kind of animal products may lower [...]
7
Like
Save
Salads: An evergreen recipe to stay healthy
Salads are synonymous with health foods. A colorful combination of fresh greens, vegetables, fruits, fragrant herbs, beans, sprouts, tofu, cheese, rice, pasta, meats, fish or poultry, nuts and seeds — salads can be a perfect accompaniment or a complete [...]
9
Like
Save
Less is More
Fish curry, cooked in the Manipuri way; limited seating inside the restaurant. As the mercury rises and going to Dilli Haat becomes a Herculean task, we stumble into a new Northeast [...]
10
Like
Save
Health tips: 7 ways to prevent liver diseases
Liver diseases can kill you! (Source: Thinkstock Images) With changing lifestyle, there’s been a sharp rise in liver diseases. Alcohol and obesity are the most common causes [...]
13
Like
Save
Sleep disorders may increase risk of stroke
The findings suggest that people who have had a stroke or a mini-stroke, called a transient ischemic attack, be screened for sleep disorders. People with sleep disorders like insomn [...]
9
Like
Save
Mumbai’s Ronak Nanda wins Culinary Clash in US
Ronak’s three-course menu impressed diners, guest judges, and Luce’s Michelin-star Chef Daniel Corey. Mumbai-born Ronak Nanda has won this year’s Culinary Clash, a coo [...]
12
Like
Save
Now enjoy cuisine of Indian Railways in Abu Dhabi
In a unique opportunity for the UAE foodies to savour diverse Indian cuisines, a local restaurant has come up with sumptuous meals served on Indian Railways over hundreds of years. Indigo restaurant offers the best from across India in three set menus, ea [...]
9
Like
Save
Diet diary:  Wrong diet may up risk of dementia, Alzheimer’s
According to US data in 2013, the number of people suffering from Alzheimer’s is expected to triple by 2050. Longevity has increased steadily over the years and so has the bur [...]
9
Like
Save
Traditional cholesterol testing may not predict heart disease
Researchers found the more small and medium “good cholesterol” particles were found in the blood vessels, the less was the arterial calcification present. (Representational)[/capt [...]
8
Like
Save
LOL: A Mango a Day…
It’s mango season!! It’s May, which means… no, not elections. No, not IPL. It’s Mango season! The king of fruits is here to bless us all, and it should suffice to say th [...]
5
Like
Save
Organic food may not lower cancer risk
scientists found no evidence that regularly eating a diet that was grown free from pesticides reduced a woman’s overall risk of cancer. Eating organic foods may not lower the risk of dev [...]
8
Like
Save
Yes, there is a condition that lets you write on your skin (video)
UK-based Louise Sarah, who has dermatographia, has uploaded a series of videos to explain the condition. A very mild version of the condition can actually be the source of much amusement. Ima [...]
8
Like
Save
Researchers identify protein that boosts memory
The researchers also found that study participants with more years of education showed higher levels of the protein. (Source: Thinkstock Images) Researchers have discovered a link b [...]
6
Like
Save
Who says vegetarian food can’t be sumptuous?
Delhi too, like Mumbai, has seen an increase in the number of restaurants serving pure vegetarian food. Earlier this year, there was a strong rumour that chef Joël Robuchon, who ha [...]
7
Like
Save
Did you know that dental root tip infection can up heart disease risk?
Dental root tip infections are connected with a high level of serum antibodies. (Source: Thinkstock Images) Untreated infection of the root tip of a tooth – which is common an [...]
5
Like
Save