eating habits

70% of Indians prioritise dietary changes over going to gym: Survey

70% of Indians prioritise dietary changes over going to gym: Survey

A majority of Indians - 71 per cent, felt that their health is worse off today than pre Covid-19 due to broken eating and fitness habits.

How to stay fit and fab during festive season

How to stay fit and fab during festive season

Subhasree Ray shares smart tips to cut down your risk of putting on extra kilos and make way for wise eating habits

2 meals a day, morning walk help reduce diabetes, obesity: Expert

2 meals a day, morning walk help reduce diabetes, obesity: Expert

Mumbai: With the rising numbers of citizens becoming obese, the brand ambassador of anti-obesity and diabetes drive, Maharashtra and also...Read More

Regional food home delivered in Mumbai

Regional food home delivered in Mumbai

The demand for region only food delivery services is growing in tandem with the urban lifestyles, finds out Misbaah Mansuri.

Play this game to resist fast food cravings

Play this game to resist fast food cravings

New York: Researchers at Drexel University have developed a computer game and smartphone app to help people control unhealthy eating habi...Read More

Eating greens may help prevent blindness: study

Eating greens may help prevent blindness: study

Boston: A diet high in green leafy vegetables may lower the risk of the most common type of glaucoma which can gradually lead to loss of ...Read More

Smaller food portion sizes could help tackle obesity: study

Smaller food portion sizes could help tackle obesity: study

London: Reducing the size of large food portions, packaging and tableware could help tackle obesity, a new Cambridge study has claimed. R...Read More

The exact kilos you need to drop to look more attractive

The exact kilos you need to drop to look more attractive

Washington DC: Taking the weight-loss conundrum one step further, a team of researchers has revealed the exact kilos you need to drop to ...Read More

Distracted dining may lead to overeating, obesity: study

Distracted dining may lead to overeating, obesity: study

Washington: Distracted dining may lead to overeating and obesity and could be as dangerous to your health as distracted driving is to you...Read More

Eating French fries may put your health at risk

Eating French fries may put your health at risk

New York : French fry lovers, beware! A chemical in your favourite snacks – more commonly associated with heavy industry than crispy frie...Read More

Dad’s diet key to wellbeing of offspring

Dad’s diet key to wellbeing of offspring

Melbourne: The kind of food your father relished may have a direct impact on your health and overall wellbeing, according to new research.

New app can help improve your erratic eating habits

New app can help improve your erratic eating habits

Washington: Two Indian-origin scientists in the US have designed an app that records patterns of food intake and provides a personalised ...Read More

Large tableware may make you obese

Large tableware may make you obese

London: Large-sized tableware, portions,and packages lead to people consuming more than they actually wish to, a new study suggests.

Emotions can dictate how you eat

Emotions can dictate how you eat

London: A new book has observed that emotions can dictate how you eat and also demonstrates what kind of eater one is. Hypnotherapist Mar...Read More

No point curbing year-end eating

No point curbing year-end eating

New York : In the holiday season, women should not curb their eating temptations just to stay slim as this may lead to eating disorders, ...Read More

Why some people choose junk snacks at midnight

Why some people choose junk snacks at midnight

Washington :  A new study has shed light on why some people pick junk over healthy food when it comes to midnight snacking.

Adopt healthy eating habits to stay fit

Adopt healthy eating habits to stay fit

Los Angeles: Eating healthy does not have to be difficult. If you develop a routine of adopting positive healthy practices, eating health...Read More

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