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Blood Type Diet: Guidelines, Foods, Benefits, Risks
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Blood Type Diet: Guidelines, Foods, Benefits, Risks

The blood type diet suggests that eating certain foods based on your blood type can improve your health and help with weight management. Dr. Peter D’Adamo, a naturopathic physician, introduced the idea of the blood type diet in his 1996 book Eat Right 4 Your Type.  D’Adamo believes that as humans have developed different blood […]

Is Sushi Healthy? Benefits, Risks of Eating It
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Is Sushi Healthy? Benefits, Risks of Eating It

Certain foods have an undeniable health halo, but it can be tricky to know whether that reputation is earned. That can lead to you wondering if what you’ve heard is legitimate. Case in point: Is sushi healthy? The answer, like many things, is slightly complicated. “Sushi can be a healthy choice or fall more into […]

Vidya Balan Says She Follows ‘No Raw’ Food, Gluten Free Diet: These Are Its Benefits And Health Risks
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Vidya Balan Says She Follows ‘No Raw’ Food, Gluten Free Diet: These Are Its Benefits And Health Risks

In a recent interview, Bollywood actress Vidya Balan shed light on her dietary preferences. She shared that she mostly sticks to home-cooked meals and avoids raw foods and gluten. The ‘no raw food’ diet involves food that is consumed cooked. Proponents claim it offers many benefits, while critics raise concerns about its limitations. Here are […]

Is Kimchi Good for You? Health Benefits and Nutrition
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Is Kimchi Good for You? Health Benefits and Nutrition

Kimchi, a traditional fermented food from Korea, is now a global favorite in salads, sandwiches, stir-fries, soups and many more! If you make a trip to Asian grocery stores, health food stores and many supermarkets, you will find often kimchi near the tofu in the refrigerated section. Often containing cabbage, kimchi can also be made […]

Sourdough: Benefits, Nutrition, and Uses
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Sourdough: Benefits, Nutrition, and Uses

Sourdough is a type of bread first made in Ancient Egypt over 5,000 years ago. It’s considered the earliest form of leavened bread, or bread made with a rising agent. Until the development of commercial yeasts in the 1800s, sourdough, made with naturally occurring yeasts and lactic acid bacteria, was the main type of leavened […]