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Want to keep oesophageal cancer at bay? Eat this not that

Cancer that occurs in the oesophagus which is a long, hollow tube from your throat to your stomach, is called as oesophageal cancer. It can help you to move the food you sallow from behind your throat to your stomach which has to be digested. You may get cancer in …

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How to maintain a regular sleep schedule

A new study has revealed that irregular sleep/wake patterns were related to reduced physical activity, increased daytime sleep and sleepiness, and reduced light exposure. The study by Duke Health and the Duke Clinical Research Institute also shows ‘significant relationships between sleep irregularity and indices of cardiometabolic risk, including obesity and higher levels …

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3 home remedies to tackle burning mouth syndrome

Burning mouth syndrome is an ongoing (chronic) or recurrent burning in the mouth without any known reason. You will feel uncomfortable and it can affect your tongue, gums, lips, inside of your cheeks and the roof of your mouth. It can be severe and you will find it difficult to …

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Want to grill your fat? Drink black pepper tea

Next time when you spot that mighty black pepper in you currie, sabzi, raita, or pulao, do thank it. This wonder spice is abundant in minerals and antioxidants and can help you to improve your overall well-being. Black pepper or kali mirch is loaded with magnesium, vitamin K, iron, and …

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The untold story of Gulab Jamun

1. Most popular dessert If you conduct a survey among Indians and ask about their favourite Indian sweet dish, then the dessert that will top the list will certainly be the most popular and loved ‘Gulab Jamun’. This traditional dessert is the centre of attraction in every festival and occasion …

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10 recipes to pack for your lunch dabba

1. Best Indian lunch recipes! If you are looking for some yummy yet easy-to-make Indian recipes for lunch, then these dishes will make you drool over them. These Indian lunch recipes are absolutely divine and prepared using ingredients that are easily available in your kitchen. From Punjabi Kadhi and Paneer …

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Monsoon snacks craving: Whip up this spinach and corn sandwich recipe in no time

Monsoon is here and the sound of rain makes it only better. Apart from the romanticism associated with the season, monsoon is also the time when the craving for fried food, especially crispy fries, samosas and pakodas along with a cup of hot steaming chai (tea) increases. In case the hunger pangs …

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These late night snacks are actually good for you

There are times when our body behaves rather funnily – it craves for food right before bedtime. Most people end up indulging themselves, even if they know that the idea of a late night snack is not good news for their waistline. As a cure to your hunger pangs, here are …

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La Tomatina festival: 4 easy tomato recipes to add zest and flavour to your celebrations

It needs no retelling that Indians need a reason to celebrate. There are a plethora of festivals all around the year and each has something to make it more special. Apart from the Indian favourites, the list is growing with some international ones too — La Tomatina has been a recent …

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Paneer and Aloo Kofta Curry

Paneer and potato both are amongst the most versatile ingredients in the kitchen. They are used in snacks, in mains, in parathas, and sometimes also in desserts! In this delicious curry, they come together to make totally yum, soft, and spicy koftas. In fact, don’t be surprised if half of …

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