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15 Popular Nutrition Myths that we all grew up with..

1) Eggs more than 3-4 a week is bad for you   2) Always veggie options are much better than meats.   3) Oils are better than butter for cooking   4) Do not leave stuff on your plate. Always good to clear it completely.   6) Fat is bad. Avoid all fats.   7) Protein is bad. Will damage your kidneys.   8) Rice and chapati with thin gruel of dal, sambar, rasam is the best lunch/dinner.   9) Fruit juice is a healthy option. Drink your fill.   10) Fasting is bad for health. Do not skip meals....


Know Your Calories in Movie Theatre Popcorn (with butter)

Everybody wants to splurge and gobble up popcorn at a movie. But have you ever wondered, how many calories it adds up to your body. Find the nutritional information for the popcorn that was collected...

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Egg Puff Calories - Is Egg Puff Good for Health ?

Indian Snack - Egg Puffs  The quintessential go-to snack on any Indian roadside bakery/sweetmeat store - egg puff with chai is something most Indian office goer will swear by for a mid-meal snack. But few...

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Calories in Maggi Instant Noodles

Maggi has been always an off-beat and mind-blowing treat for breakfast or evening snack. Have we ever thought the Calories in Maggi Instant Noodles and the side-effects caused from this stored food? Since these instant...

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Almonds and its health benefits

When it comes to nutrients, almonds really know how to shine! It is rich in nutritional qualities which help the body to boost energy anytime. It is generally consumed in raw form, but people also...

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Know Your Calories – Toast Butter

In today’s fast paced life, everybody wants fast packed food. For a quick breakfast people usually rely on Toast Butter. It also goes well with coffee/tea in the evenings. No doubt, it is one of...

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Know Your Calories – Pani Puri

Pani Puri is one of the known street snack, which is craved by most of us in the evenings. The mixture of tamarind chutney, chili, chaat masala, potato, onion and chickpeas with the crispy puri...

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