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200 Kg of spurios milk cake stock seized in Udaipur

9 mins ago in UDAIPUR Leave a comment Udaipur : Under the ongoing special Deepwali vigilance, to check adulteration in eatable commodities,  the food safety cell of the medical and health department on sunday seized a large stock of spurious milk cake from a godam in Bhupalpura area of the city. The sprious sweets had been transported from Alwar and was ... Read More »

Live and Eat at The Nation’s Kitchen, Osaka

If you’re planning on making your first visit to Japan, Tokyo may be your first choice and Kyoto may come a close second. Believe it or not, Osaka seldom appears when it comes to the number of places on tourist’s Japan bucket list. As a matter of fact, Osaka is Japan’s second largest city after Tokyo and it is also ... Read More »

Does Alkaline Water Really Help?

You may or may not heard of alkaline water, which is supposedly a healthier alternative to plain water that is gaining all the hype in town. So what exactly is alkaline water? You may remember the pH scale that you learned in high school, which with a value of 0 to 14, 7 is neutral. A value lower than 7 ... Read More »

Bananas may help prevent strokes and heart attacks, suggests study

Melbourne : Bananas are extremely healthy and delicious in taste too. It does not just gives a great taste but also have benefits in digestion, heart health and weight loss. But now it has been found Bananas can help prevent heart attacks and strokes, according to a study. The scientists found that potassium in the fruit combats the hardening and ­narrowing of arteries. Other good sources ... Read More »

Is Gluten Avoidance All It’s Made Out To Be? Experts Say ‘No”

Diet trends may come and go, but a recent dietary practice has emerged and gained plenty of tractionamong health enthusiasts, and it’s all about gluten. Gluten is a type of protein usually found in grains,wheat, barley, and rye. Most healthy individuals have no problem ingesting gluten, but a smallpercentage of the human population suffers from what is known as Celiac ... Read More »

Grow From Inside Out: Go On A Spiritual Journey

In every spiritual journey, we often set out to discover something. And not just anything but what life is about and who we truly are. It’s a quest to answer the big uncomfortable questions in life. Spiritual travel provides us with mental and spiritual sources to deal with suffering which we encounter in our common day-to-day lives. According to Camille ... Read More »

Depression: A Real World Problem

Given the increasingly high social standards and many other factors, the number of depression cases seems to be on the rise as well. At any given time, depression impacts about one in fifteen adults. That will be 6.7% in terms of percentage. In addition, the percentage is even higher in terms of people who are affected by depression at some ... Read More »

It’s the Happiest Place on Earth, But It’s Not Where You Think It Is

In 1972, King Jigme Singye Wangchuck announced that rather than measure progress merely through GDP; Bhutan would instead pursue happiness as its path towards development. As a result of the king’s decision, now there’s no place like Bhutan. Disney’s claim to being “The Magic Kingdom” or “Happiest Place on Earth” gets a run for its money from Bhutan. The result ... Read More »