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Diabetic diet no longer boring with DiaSavior

Team L&M A lifestyle disease, diabetes, has a major impact on the way we lead our lives, particularly in terms of food. Most diabetic people have to come down to a basic diet, which is boring and bland, to ensure good health. NutriParadise, a pioneering Nutraceutical company, is introducing DiaSavior, a special beverage exclusively for […]Read More

How black salt aids in boosting your health

Team L&M Black salt (kala namak) is a common ingredient in most of the Indian homes. Though called black salt, when seen by naked eye it appears to be pinkish in colour. This is due to presence of iron and other minerals in it. You all must be using it in your fruit chats and […]Read More

Don’t set very high targets for yourself in workplace

Team L&M Do you suffer from constant fatigue, stress, have low threshold to pain and find it difficult to sleep at night? Well, you are not alone. There are scores of people like you. In fact, nearly 56 per cent of corporate employees face these issues. According to a study done by the Associated Chambers […]Read More

Why should you include mushrooms in your daily diet

Team L&M Do you know mushrooms are not fruits or vegetables but fungi. Though considered a delicacy, particularly in Chinese cuisine, only a few varieties of mushrooms are edible. Some are poisonous, so care must be taken before consuming them. Edible mushrooms have high nutritional value, and are increasingly being used in Indian and inter-continental […]Read More

Diabetes and ways to tackle it

As per estimates, about 415 million people the world over are living with diabetes, which means one in 11 adult persons has it. Over 46% of people with diabetes go undiagnosed. The figure is expected to rise to 642 million people living with diabetes worldwide by 2040. In India, over 30 million people have now […]Read More

How to control diabetes in summers

Summer is the time when people suffer from many diseases and its complications due to heat waves and high humidity and it is very common for patients of type 2 diabetes as these people can suffer from dehydration, heat exhaustion and feet problems. Noted Dietician Ms Sheela Seharawat, tells us how to keep diabetes under […]Read More