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Keep your heart healthy, here are 6 tips to cut salt in your diet

Salt forms an integral part of every meal and is a necessity for a heart healthy diet. However, excessive amounts of salt in diets can put you at risk of several lifestyle disorders such as high blood pressure. It can lead to water retention and can result in life threatening ailments like cardiovascular disease …

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Sports

FIFA World Cup 2018: Home grief for Novak Djokovic for backing Croatia

Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic has come under fire for voicing support for neighbours Croatia at the World Cup, with one centre right lawmaker dubbing his stance “idiotic”. “Only idiots can support Croatia. Aren’t you ashamed Novak?”, tweeted Vladimir Djukanovic of President Aleksandar Vucic’s ruling Serbian Progressive Party. “I am …

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‘Real Madrid will always be Cristiano Ronaldo’s home’

Real Madrid paid tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo in a statement on their website on Tuesday after the Portuguese forward joined Juventus to end his nine-year stay with the Spanish giants. “Real Madrid announces that it has agreed to transfer Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus FC due to the will and desire …

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Food

11 dishes that you never knew can also be made in a slow cooker

1. The taste of slow cooking While slow cooking is avoided because of the lengthy time duration involved, there are professionals who recommend this cooking method over others for all good reasons. Chef Kunal Arolkar who runs a bakery shop says, “Slow cooking not only enriches the taste of the …

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Health

This cancer drug can repair lung damages done by cigarette smoke

A new study has suggested that a drug used in stem cell therapy for certain cancers may also protect against cigarette smoke-induced lung injuries. We know that smoke from cigarettes, even in the case of secondary smoking, can be injurious to our lungs. The cancer drug, plerixafor, stimulates the immune …

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Food

OUR 20 BEST MEXICAN COMFORT FOOD RECIPES FOR AN AUTHENTIC MEXICAN FEAST

Can’t make it to Mexico this year? No worries, just spend a few weeks cooking authentic Mexican comfort food for dinner. Cool salsas and creamy guacamole help make Mexican food a warm-weather staple, but the country’s homey stews and flavorful braised meats are among our favorites when the days get cooler. Add in satisfying Tex-Mex classics …

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Food

THE SECRETS OF LIMA’S CUTTING EDGE CEVICHE

Walking around Lima, where there are cevicherías in every neighborhood and each one is bursting with locals, you would never know that ceviche—a citrus-­marinated seafood starter—wasn’t invented in Peru. Crude forms of the dish—at its most basic, raw fish marinated in a lime, fish stock, and ají chile mixture—are found all along …

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Food

Perfect Baked Cod

If you’re someone who’s afraid of cooking seafood at home, cod is the fish for you. It’s basically impossible to mess up: It cooks quickly, is hard to overcook (unless you really forget about it), and is easy to flavor however you want. INGREDIENTS 4 cod filets, about 1-inch thick Kosher …

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Slow-Cooker Chicken Breast

Slow-cooking chicken breasts is our favorite meal prep hack: You throw several in on a Sunday morning, let them go, and then shred up the chicken for meals throughout the week. We love keeping things simple with potatoes, rosemary, and lemon. INGREDIENTS 1 red onion, coarsely chopped 1 lb. small red potatoes, halved 1 lemon …

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Health

Water: Drinking how much is enough on a daily basis?

The newest trend sweeping sunny California is people drinking untreated ‘raw’ water from unfiltered sources packed with natural ions, minerals, chemicals and organic matter. The fad will, sooner than later, wreck their health. Along with ions and minerals, untreated water comes laced with bacteria, viruses, parasites, pesticides and heavy metals …

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