Rewind 2019: Indians loved keto diet & frowned at paleo; brought brown rice, quinoa on their plates
Indians also tried to incorporate green tea, chia seeds and tumeric into their diet.
Beat the flu: Ketogenic diet may improve body's ability to fight virus
Keto diet, containing high fat and low carbohydrates, activates a subs...
Healthy food brand Binge Baefikar unveiled in Kolkata
The startup would operate through a cloud kitchen format and will be available exclusiv...
Truffle makers, keto counters & gin bars: Super-rich spare no expense on food options during big, fat Indian weddings
The great Indian wedding spread remains well and truly insulated despite economic slowdown.
Don't turn to carbs on cheat days; it can spike blood sugar levels and increase risk of heart disease
The ketogenic diet promotes weight loss as well.
Filter coffee is passé: Bulletproof coffee with a keto twist is taking over Bengaluru
The drink is catching on as a breakfast substitute for low carb high fat diet.
Why cheat days are a big no if you are following the keto diet
The keto diet has become very common for weight loss or to manage diseases like type 2 diabetes.
Neither keto nor paleo: Experts recommend a high-fibre, low-fat diet for PCOS management
Weight loss is found to improve all the features of PCOS.
Three things that keep Rohan Oza on his toes: Food, friends, fitness
The American businessman relies on spinning, boxing Training Mate for fitness.
The age old tradition, fasting is now making a big comeback in India
Fasting has become a trendy fitness and lifestyle practice in the West.
How the keto diet could improve efficiency of a new cancer drug
If insulin is kept down with the ketogenic diet, it dramatically improves the effectiveness of these cancer drugs.
Keep your platter local and fresh: Why traditional foods benefit more than imported 'superfoods'
The ideal food is one that keeps your prakriti balanced, makes you feel energetic and satisfies your hunger as well as your mind.
A keto diet won't just help you lose weight, but also protect eyesight
Higher rates of glaucoma in people with diabetes suggests a potential connection between the eye disease and metabolic stress.
Recollecting India's frantic efforts to end starvation after independence
The nature of hunger has changed, but at a basic level, India still struggles to feed its people adequately.
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